In today’s competitive business climate, made even more challenging by the economic downturn, businesses must seek every advantage possible. One of the best ways to maintain a competitive edge and stay ahead of your rivals is to invest in your employees. Businesses with the most experienced, knowledgeable, effective, and, most importantly, well trained employees can often succeed where competitors with inferior staff will fail. Studies have proven that employees who receive extensive training… Continue
Added by Arik Paran on May 31, 2009 at 9:04am —
Bing.com Search Engine from Microsoft
Microsoft's new search engine will be named Bing.com. Microsoft is planning a huge advertising campaign to launch Bing.com. It is reported that it will be as large as $80-$100 million on TV, Online and radio! Microsoft is hoping this huge advertising push for Bing.com will point some light towards them and gain some buzz.
Check out the New Bing.com Search Engine Community Bing.comHub.com
In spite… Continue
Added by knolstuff on May 29, 2009 at 11:53am —
After you've worked long and hard on your masterpiece, you are finally ready to self-publish it and get it out into the world. Before you take that step, though, it would be wise for you to copyright your work even if it is "only" a book of family recipes. While many people don't realize that most works created after April 1, 1989 have copyright protection, taking the extra step of officially obtaining a copyright gives you a record that is traceable if you ever need to sue for copyright… Continue
Added by Roger Wildermuth on May 29, 2009 at 7:30am —
Identify your employees and club members with name tags.
We are all making cutbacks due to the financial crunch. A smart way to go in order to keep your employees and members identifiable while keeping your spending down are reusable name tags.
Offering blank name tags and tags with your company logo are a sure fire way to keep your costs down while still providing a friendlier customer service atmosphere.
Name tags break down the initial barrier of putting a name to the face,… Continue
Added by Joseph McVeigh on May 27, 2009 at 12:06pm —
What wardrobe essentials does every man should have in his closet? What are the essentials needed to attain a practical and functional wardrobe? When it comes to building a functional wardrobe, the first thing men should do is to assess his lifestyle. Does he in a casual setting at work? If so, then he needs more khakis or jeans than suits or trousers. Is he in need to wear a suit every day? If so, then he will need several suits. No matter what the particular situation though, there are things… Continue
Added by leandro boxeman on May 27, 2009 at 11:00am —
I have recently launched a social networking site in Tucson for profit and non profit businesses. I have also joined a slew of social media sites this year as part of The 109 Day Link Building Explosion program
. The program is based on what I call “scratch my back marketing. The whole idea is to make networking and branding the cornerstones of any social media effort.
If you are looking for… Continue
Added by Urban A Local SEO on May 26, 2009 at 11:00pm —
Bing Search Engine from Microsoft
Microsoft's new search engine will be named Bing. Microsoft is planning a huge advertising campaign to launch Bing. It is reported that it will be as large as $80-$100 million on TV, Online and radio! Microsoft is hoping this huge advertising push for Bing will point some light towards them and gain some buzz.
Check out the New Bing Search Engine Community BingHub.com
In spite of the progress… Continue
Added by knolstuff on May 26, 2009 at 2:26pm —
One of the key skills in Internet Marketing is knowing how to build a squeeze page that works. In case you don't know, a squeeze page is a webpage where there's only one option for the visitor, usually to fill out an opt-in email form
. They either do that, or hit the back button and leave. In other words, you give your visitor no option. You "squeeze" them into either "fishing or cutting bait".
Some marketers feel like squeeze… Continue
Added by Iron1 on May 26, 2009 at 12:24pm —
is hands down on of the best ways to get targeted, ready-to-buy traffic to your website. Not everyone has success with article marketing
, however. In this article, we’re going to look at what separates winning… Continue
Added by Iron1 on May 26, 2009 at 12:00pm —
A lot of Internet marketers think that driving traffic to a website is all there is to it. Knowing how to create traffic is critical, but that’s only step one. It’s like you’re playing baseball, and you’ve gotten on base. Better than striking out, but there’s still a lot to do to get the runner home, or in your case to get money in your PayPal account.
Once your visitors get to your site, they have to want to stay there long enough to actually take some sort of action. You want them… Continue
Added by Iron1 on May 26, 2009 at 11:52am —
Just about anyway that you would search for Do Follow blogs and lists you'll find my website. It is usually in the top 3 and it has been there a long time. But Comment spam destroyed these lists. I would like to invite you to read The Demise of the Do Follow Lists.
It is a good example of how selfless actions of a few can hurt many!
Tucson SEO… Continue
Added by Urban A Local SEO on May 24, 2009 at 11:30pm —
As a writer, you will always be in constant need of fresh ideas to write
about. I find that writing away from my home a least once or twice a week helps. I go to a book stories, and grab a cup of coffee and just listen to life. Real life is always the best inspiration.
Here are a few questions you should be asking yourself before you every start writing.What words will express what I am trying to say? What imagery… Continue
Added by Luke on May 24, 2009 at 12:47pm —
Sure, anyone can put words down on paper, but are they conveying a message, are you saying something worth begin read. The best advice I could give a beginner is to use a basic form like iambic pentameter.
Just remember the more you do it the better you will get at it. At first, the word may not come as quickly or as easily as you would like, but if you stick with it and practice, you will be writing heart tugging poems in no time. There are six elements that go into… Continue
Added by Luke on May 24, 2009 at 12:28pm —
Après la voiture, voici le vélo Google Street View
La polémique entourant l'opération européenne de Google Street View ne risque pas de cesser rapidement, car après la voiture, voici que Google utilise le vélo Google Trike pour prendre des photos. L'équipe de cartographie de Google veut pousser encore plus loin l'expérience et demande au public britannique de choisir trois endroits inaccessibles en voiture pour aller… Continue
Added by le berrigaud on May 22, 2009 at 10:01am —
You've spent untold hours (years?) writing your book and have poured your heart and soul into rewrites and editing. You've finally gotten to that magic moment when you can start thinking about getting it into print. There are so many details for a self-publishing author to think about, but one of the most important decisions any author needs to make is whether or not to go about getting an ISBN
number. Do you really need one? The short answer is: yes! You need an ISBN number… Continue
Added by Roger Wildermuth on May 22, 2009 at 8:30am —
Visit us: http://www.gadgetchargingstation.com/HOME.html
The gadget charging station allows you to charge all portable devices from one convenient location. the simultaneously with ease and convenience.
Three exist port at the back allows you to feed cables all the way to the… Continue
Added by Zuphel Baguiio on May 20, 2009 at 4:30am —
Finding a characters voice, knowing what drives him/her to do what they do, the back story of the character, and making the main character real as you and I. All of these things are very important, the character should be leaping off the page.
If the reader does not believe the character could be real, if they do not feel for the character in some way they will most likely stop reading. Learning to write… Continue
Added by Luke on May 19, 2009 at 1:17pm —
What’s the difference between a regular weight program and a functional strength program. One of the major differences is weights, you don’t have to have them. The second is the the functional program focuses on working the muscles that we use most during our day to day activities. The third difference is you can use what you already have lying around the house. You use counters to do push ups off, milk cartons to do curls, back of chairs to do squats etc.… Continue
Added by Luke on May 17, 2009 at 1:19pm —
Who says name tags have to be boring? Who says name badges have to be the same day in and day out, year after year? Maybe they could be spiced up a little and brought into the 21st century? Well, they have! The newest nametags out there are the digital name tags!
We're all used to the standard version of a name tag - the plastic or metal name badge that can be plain or can carry the company logo. These name tags have been engraved either digitally or by etching the… Continue
Added by Mickey Arledge on May 14, 2009 at 7:13pm —
President Obama has the remarkable ability to make headlines around the world with every move he makes. Between the First Dog, the First Kids, and the President’s famed basketball skills, the world can’t seem to get enough detail about the First Life. When Mr. Obama took a recent trip to England, he faced a sticky dilemma that boggles many heads of state: what to buy the queen? What gift can impress and satisfy such an august persona?
Mr. Obama, known for his deep familiarity with… Continue
Added by Arik Paran on May 14, 2009 at 7:00pm —