According to the Oxford Dictionary of Current English , to speak with one's tongue in one's cheek is to speak insincerely or ironically. This phrase dates back to 1748 when it was cool to show disdain or disrespect for someone by putting your...
Healthcare Management: A Burgeoning Industry
In an uncertain economic climate, job security is a valuable commodity. But many careers that previously seemed recession-proof have been downsized, outsourced or shipped off to foreign countries. The trick is to find an industry in which the...
The Most Useful Way To Utilize Traffic Exchanges
If you advertise through click-exchange traffic programs or GPTR programs, then you should have an idea of what a timed visit is. Basically, people have to view your page for a certain amount of seconds before they can get credit and move on....
Link Exchanges - What they can do for your business (PART 1)
For those of you who don't know the definition: Link Exchanges are 2 links back and forth between 2 individual companies that have linked to each other.
What is the purpose? To build "link popularity" within Search Engines!
How Does That...
Dollars In The Details!
When it comes to your marketing message, the little things count. Trouble is, you’ll never come to respect how much, until you make a commitment to science.
Let me ask you something. Do you practice Kaizen?
Kaizen is a...
THREE ways You can Use the Ezines to Increase Your Sales
***1. FIRST PROMOTIONAL METHOD: Write ezine articles and submit to ezine publishers-
Writing ezine articles is one of the three best promotional methods that I'd ever know. (search engines and free ebooks are other two in my experience)....
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What You Need To Know About Credit Cards
What is a credit card? A credit card is a card that allows you to borrow money to pay for things. There will be a limit to how much you can spend called your credit limit. At the end of each month you can either pay off the whole of the...
The REAL Secret to Success
I used to see a chiropractor who handed out a little leaflet entitled “Dr. Hickman’s Guide to Success in Business.” It was very nice, had his picture on the front and was professionally printed. On the inside it said, “Get a job and go to work...
Why consider a Personal Loan
Back in the days where banks were the only lenders in the business,
getting a loan meant putting on your best clothes to go to a nervy appointment
with the bank manager. You'd sit there for some minutes, feeling like you're
Interview Preparation Made Easy: Create An Interview Preparation List
Here's a quick way to compare your own job experience and qualifications with those that your prospective employer is looking for in a specific job position. Make an “Interview Preparation List”. When you prepare for a job interview, it's good...
Sealing The Deal Over The Business Meal
Doing business over meals is a ritual that has existed for centuries. Taking clients to breakfast, lunch or dinner has long been an effective way to build relationships, make the sale or seal the deal. These business meals are essentially business...
Direct Mail Marketing Now As Easy As Email
Is the United States Postal Service (USPS) a marketing innovator? As it turns out, the kind folks in the blue shorts are in fact making it easy for even the smallest business to duke it out with their biggest competitors by using the USPS new...
E-commerce - Booming in the 21st Century
What really is e-commerce? Undoubtedly, you have heard
so many "e" words; e-mail, e-book, e-trade and more. "E"
stands for electronic. E-commerce is carried out over the
internet, electronically. We can say it is B2B, business to
Lumpy Mail Gets Your Message Through
When it comes to your gravy, lumps are bad. When it comes to getting your marketing message through the mail room, past the gate keepers, and onto your buyer’s desk, lumps are just the ticket. I love direct mail for small business marketing and I’m...
Get More Clients using Pull then Push Marketing
Marketing is like rowing. You pull hard on the oars to go forward, then lift them out of the water and push them back to finish the stroke and get ready for the next pull. Once you’ve got the sequence of the stroke right, you and your boat...