Name tags are are a basic necessity for every employer. They help customers and employees know the person they are dealing with is a company representative and the logo that can be engraved on a name tag subtly reminds the client of the name of the business and helps "implant" your brand into their subconscious. In these days of a tough economy and decreasing sales figures, businesses need all the help they can get with sales. People have been known to walk out of a store if they can't find an… Continue
Added by Mickey Arledge on January 30, 2009 at 7:32pm —
Remember years ago when companies would spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on getting information about their demographics? Well, if the demographics you're targeting happens to include the Gen-Y group (those born between 1980 and 1995) - you're in luck! Why? Because they've pretty much grown up with the Internet and have been participating in the growth of the Internet their entire lives. So, what they do, what they like, who they know, etc. is all recorded, on the… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 30, 2009 at 5:30pm —
‘River of Gods’ is a recent and much talked about science fiction novel by Ian McDonald which envisions India of 2047 –India in its centenary year of independence with a main focus on holy and profane city of Varanasi. ‘River of Gods‘s is set in 2047 i.e. not in a far distant future so that the reader can easily perceive some extremely possible developments of today's Indian society not just in technology but in politics, social structure and sexual relations as well.
Added by Dr.Arvind Mishra on January 29, 2009 at 8:15pm —
Okay, so you MUST have heard about Twitter
by now. But, just in case you haven't, Twitter is a micro-blogging tool that seems to have taken over the Internet. It's one of, if not THE fastest growing social media type of program currently available.
Basically, the idea is you sign up for an account, you begin "micro blogging" which means that your "post" can't be any longer than 140 characters. So basically, you're just shouting… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 26, 2009 at 2:25pm —
Latest Google project is “Knol”, a unit of knowledge. You will think that Knol is a some kind of blog. But it offers more functionality than a simple blog. Because it allows users to develop their knowledge through a collaborative task. For an example, you can allow people to edit your articles and rate your article. Not only that Knol allows you to express your ideas in different languages.
Visit knol is the better way to get the real feeling.
Visit – Google… Continue
Added by Janaka Sooriyaarachchi on January 26, 2009 at 12:25am —
Many of us have old photos laying around the house and many of those treasured pictures haven't been treated very well over the years. We tend to lump them into a box with other pictures, store them downstairs in the basement, or even in a dresser drawer, hoping we'll someday find the time to put them in order. Even if they've been put into photos albums with loving care, the chemicals in the pages of the album can cause the pictures to turn colors or stain. How any times have you dragged out… Continue
Added by Arik Paran on January 24, 2009 at 1:30pm —
I hope everyone enjoyed their Obama Day!
I woke up this morning to some interesting news. If you haven't yet heard, the official website for the White House (www.whitehouse.gov) has been changed! And I'm not talking about just the photos!!
President Obama used the Internet to his advantage during his campaign. He continues to surround himself with the young and talented minds he needs to continue this venture. Hence, the overhaul of Whitehouse.gov. Now, mind you, these… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 21, 2009 at 11:10am —
I know, I know, everyone is talking about social media, twitter this and facebook that! What's it all about? Why is everyone so interested in the minutiae of our lives? Well, I don't know the answer to that but I DO know that participating in social media is very much like participating in business and social networking groups. At first, you meet a lot of people, you shake hands, you engage in small talk and you get to know a little about each other. But after several meetings you become more… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 20, 2009 at 9:54am —
Reusable name tags are a great option for businesses that are trying to save money in these hard economic times. They work well for the company that has a high rate of staff turnover because they allow the company to reuse the name tags many times over. These types of name badges also work well if your company has a large number of employees, because the badges can be made right on-site, by the employee (who uses a Sharpie-type pen to write his or her name on the reusable name… Continue
Added by Mickey Arledge on January 20, 2009 at 6:10am —
Go to Bernard-Madoff-Trial.com
Bernard Lawrence Madoff ,born April 29, 1938, is an American businessman, and former chairman of the NASDAQ stock exchange. He founded the Wall Street firm Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC in 1960 and was its chairman until December 11, 2008, when he was charged with perpetrating what may be the largest investor fraud ever committed. He is free under house arrest until his indictment… Continue
Added by knolstuff on January 15, 2009 at 1:00pm —
It was predicted to be 34F degrees last night, 32Fdegrees tonight and 28F degrees Friday night. Luckily it rained recently, which is good, because cold weather is less dangerous for plants if the soil is not dry. Yesterday we brought some frost- sensitive plants that were in containers indoors. These included some out of season tomatoes, zucchini, small turnip and onion plants, some basil, oregano, a starfish cactus, an unusual orchid, the begonias, some small pepper plants, the avocado trees… Continue
Added by Stephanie Fischetti on January 15, 2009 at 11:30am —
So many colleagues, friends and family are out of work these days, it seems everyone is looking for some tools to help them get an edge on getting that next job. The author of Me 2.0: Build a Power Brand to Achieve Career Success
, Dan Schawbel
, wrote a… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 14, 2009 at 12:26pm —
If you're a small business and you're trying to market your website, you may find it difficult to compete with the larger companies. You know, the companies that have triple the number of employees that you have, the companies that have 10 more websites than you have, the companies with deeper pockets than you have.
So, how can you, as a small business, compete on the Internet? Easy - Long Tail Marketing!
Long Tail Marketing is the concept of targeting keyword phrases that… Continue
Added by Esther Kane on January 13, 2009 at 11:52am —
2009 will bring.
I got the message that:
Cholera will spread in Africa and thousands will die.
An attempt on Obama"s life
What will it bring for you?
Mugabe will be forced to step down.
The British Pound and the Euro will be 1:1
An earthquake disaster in the USA, in the ring of fire.
A natural disaster in Canada.
Saturn turns… Continue
Added by Anne Stander on January 6, 2009 at 11:27pm —