Pumpkin Teaching Tip
At this time of year, try using a REAL pumpkin when making your pies, bread, etc. Why? 1. Children will see what the inside of a pumpkin really looks like. Have them use adjectives to describe what they see, smell, and feel. Depending upon the...
In Leadership, The Eight Ways Of Right Action. (Part 2)
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10 Ways to Market Your Web Site and Have it Market You
Once your web site is done, it does you little good to have it sitting static on the net waiting for those visitor “clicks.” High numbers of visits to your site from potential customers or clients rarely happen by accident. They are a result of...
Triple Your Website Traffic Every 90 Days!
Proper Use Of Meta tags For A High Google Ranking
Google is currently the web's most popular search engine. Getting a high Google ranking is a must if you want your website to succeed! In addition to being the most used search engine in its...
Search Engine Optimization --- An Overview
Search engine optimization is one of most popular online marketing tool for any website. With most websites looking forward to increasing the online sales of their products/services, search engine optimization can be a very cost-effective tool...
Link Exchanges - What they can do for your business (PART 2)
If you haven't read (part 1), please go here: http://www.smartads.info/articles/le/10.html
TO AUTOMATE OR NOT TO?
For those of you who are trying to figure out if you should use an automated link promoter or just simply doing everything...
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What Is Your Greatest Weakness?
The fastest way to make a good interview go bad is to avoid questions posed by the hiring manager. The one question candidates love to avoid is, “What is your greatest weakness?” Most candidates are quick to respond with superficial answers such...
How To Realistically Set Your Fees - Part 2
Effect of Expenses The last article examined how to calculate your realistic billable hours. If you remember, we arrived at approximately 1100 hours in a year. To earn our mythical $46,000 per year, you needed to bill at a rate of $42 per...
Ten Ways to Save a Bundle on Your Next Lease
According to the Equipment Leasing Association (“ELA”), U.S. businesses lease every thing from laptop computers to commercial airplanes, racking up more than $ 200 billion in equipment leased each year. Although four out of five U.S. companies...
Real Estate Investors - Don't Close Your Eyes To Closing Costs.
When buying or selling real estate closing costs can come as
a shock. Here's an explanation of the various expenses:
Most lenders require a down payment of from zero to 20% for
a normal home purchase.
Not So Stationary Stationery
The elements and functionality of the basic stationery system is changing. With the advent of email, fax, web and cell phones, stationery systems must be adjusted to meet the needs of today’s business.
The biggest change by...
The Language of Color
In a world already full of acronyms and codes, who would have thought that something as simple as color could join in the confusion? Knowing the different color models and how they are used is not only helpful in getting the visual results you...
Shift to Full Power Marketing
Marketing should run like a car’s engine. Give it the right fuel and you'll enjoy steady acceleration when you step on the gas, but let the tank run dry or put in diesel when your engine runs on gas and it will sputter and stall. If you’re...
Why Search Engine Marketing Is Way Overblown!
by Jack Humphrey
I just had a customer contact me with a question that reminded
me just how badly misinformed good people are about search
engines and their true role in marketing their websites.