What Do You Prize Most in Mid-life?
The big question: What’s really important? The message I deliver most to mid-life professionals is that a key ingredient of happiness is finding vocational passion. It’s finding the perfect alignment of interests and abilities that make going to...
Holistic Junction's Featured School of the Week: Samra University of Oriental Medicine
Holistic Junction's featured school of the week is premiere teaching institution, Samra University of Oriental Medicine. Situated in beautiful Los Angeles, California; Samra University of Oriental Medicine is a private, non-profit school of Oriental...
Buzzwords vs Effective SEO Keywords
Ever see a website that seems to speak a foreign language...in English? We encounter many SEO client websites that rely on buzzwords in the page copy to get the word out about their product. The problem lies with visitors who may not be familiar...
A Novel Free-For All Idea
Almost anyone who has tried submitting to free-for-all sites will say that they are no longer worth the effort as a traffic generating tool.
Automated FFA submissions to "millions" of sites are also not that useful as most of these sites are...
Does Your Ezine Publisher Try To Rape Your Pocket?
If you have been online for a while, one of the most well know ways of selling online is to build an optin email list or ezine. So now there are thousands of email ezines on just about every possible topic.
Hey- it is a proven tool, so you...
Build Your Site’s Link Value
Link Value is the perceived value another site will derive from linking to you. The more value they see, the more likely they will be to link.
At its basic level, the most immediate value most sites see is a reciprocal link. “You link to me...
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How We Eluded The Bear Of 2000
The date October 13, 2000 will forever be embedded in my mind. It was the day after our mutual fund trend tracking indicator had broken its long-term trend line and I sold 100% of my clients’ invested positions (and my own) and moved the...
The Importance of Background Verification
Today's society has created an environment that requires business owners to be armed with numerous tools. Many employers currently spend little time verifying the accuracy of employment applications and the cost of not doing normal due diligence...
The Wonders of Compound Interest
Albert Einstein called compound interest “the greatest invention of all time.” It has even been referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” The trick is to get this tremendous force working for you rather than against you. Is compound...
Lotto's - It Is All About Trust, and Honesty !
This week I received e-mails from a lady who participated in the match 5 competition, the match 5 competition is behind the link "Win 1000£" on the VWD website. ...
PR: Behavior Modification Specialist
While awaiting economic recovery, business needs to attract the attention of its most important external audiences in a more targeted and focused way. Primarily to impact the perceptions of those key outsiders so that resulting behaviors help...
Revealing the Roots: The Process of Building Brand
How is branding different than marketing?
Branding is not so much different from marketing as it is an element of marketing. We think of marketing as a tree; the brand is the roots, holding the tree in place and providing constant energy. The...
Contextual Advertising: Is it Right for You?
If online advertising had fads, contextual ads would be the latest "in thing." Also known as "content targeting," they seem to be "popping up" (no pun intended) all over the Web. From news sites to privately owned websites, everyone and his...
Is Your Domain Costing You Traffic?
You visited a great website some time ago that had some fantastic information on it. It is not easily found in search engines results so you decide to type the domain name into your favorite browser. The problem is that the url spells out...
Chicken Little and the Disintermediation Myth
If Chicken Little were alive today he wouldn’t be running around forewarning us of the sky that was about to fall. He’d be too preoccupied alerting everyone about another potential disaster - which may in the end prove to be just as erroneous as...