Paul Skah

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Use consumer psychology to build a stronger brand

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'Paul Skah' provides mostly long articles which may indicate the channel’s devotion to elaborated content.

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'Paul Skah' provides texts of a basic readability level which can be quite comfortable for a wide audience to read and understand.

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