Thomas Edison Teaching Tip
Do you know who invented the talking doll? How about the electric vote-recorder? Would you be surprised to learn it was the same man who invented the phonograph and the electric incandescent light bulb? None other than Thomas Alva Edison, whose...
Why You Must Ensure Your School Is Correctly Accredited
If you are studying a common academic subject (Math, English, or History, for example), your best bet is to make sure that your school is accredited by one of the six regional accrediting agencies recognized by the National Board of Education. ...
How Many Sales Have You Made After Your Advertising Campaign?
When you start your online business, you will go through a series of steps like:
==>Website designing and installing your inventory and order links
==>Advertising about your products or service
Pop-Ups Still Work. At Least For The Time Being
Do you remember playing with the jack-in-the-box toy as a child? You knew that if you kept winding it up, eventually jack was going to burst out of the top and startle you!
Many of you found old jack-in-the-box an annoying toy and confined...
The Most Valuable Asset in Marketing - Do YOU have It?
The single most important attribute for a successful Network Marketer is often lacking, and yet it is the easiest to possess. Do YOU have it?
INTEGRITY - The quality of possessing and steadfastly adhering to high moral principles or...
A Winning Domain Name
The domain name is one of the most important decisions you will make when trying to win over the search engine dilemma. Try using at least one of your best keywords within your domain name.
The search engine and the directories give higher...
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The market for home loans has never been this hot
Where before, about a decade ago, owning your dream house seemed like a
daunting task, today, however, it's as easy as pie. More and more people are
now getting home loans in order to buy houses. However, along with this rise in
You can turn your idea into an invention
Ever wonder who first thought of the microwave, or whose
idea it was to use a keyless entry on a car? Someone had to
have an idea and turn that idea into an invention. People
have ideas, every day. The thing to do is present those ...
Warning - This Lease Might Explode Any Minute
Mike Caringi, owner of a small New Jersey business that sells pumps, found himself facing a gut-wrenching dilemma last summer. Should he continue paying $ 1,500 each month for essential telecommunications services he no longer receives and for...
Time Management Tips for Solo Entrepreneurs
Does it seem like everyone and everything is vying for your attention all at once? It can be hard for solo entrepreneurs to know what to do first, let alone try to find the time to get caught up. Here are some time management tips that will help...
How To Set Goals Like Bill Gates
I just got back from a seminar I spoke at in Texas this weekend and I want to share with you a 'theme' I heard from
3 coaching clients I was able to get together with there.
What was so interesting to me is that ALL 3 of them said the EXACT ...
2 Ways to Really Connect With Your Customer in Your Copywriting
Copyright © 2005 by Bruce Carlson
One of the least talked-about areas in copywriting education is
voice. This is probably because itís tough to set general rules
for something thatís so personal to each of us. After all, the
Buying Radio? Read This and Don't Waste Your Money
Buying radio? Then find out how to make the most of your investment.
No doubt youíve listened to, and then quickly deleted, messages from account execs from your local radio stations. Maybe youíve even entertained them in your office....
Five Ideas for Unique (and Cheap) Marketing
Home-based businesses generally lack the large marketing budgets of bigger companies, but a smaller budget doesn't have to stop you from engaging in clever and effective campaigns.
When marketing on a budget, you need to "think outside the box"...
Long Sales Letters vs. Short Sales Letters
Everywhere I turn, I'm being asked to weigh in on the issue of whether copy should be long or short in a sales letter. I receive countless newsletters on copywriting and marketing, and they are all still debating the issue.
I doubt that the...