April 10, 2013 § 3 Comments
Originally posted on bhutan chronicles:
“Stop running. Happiness has been chasing you all this time…”
Moving to Bhutan does funny things for one’s happiness. Increasingly famous for developing the concept of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan is the first country many people think of when asked to name the happiest place on earth. This has even led the Tourism Council of Bhutan to adopt the slogan, “Happiness is a Place”. Happiness is much more than a place, but indeed, Bhutan has been a great place for me to learn about my own happiness.
April 10, 2013 § Leave a comment
This is so true…
Originally posted on Fit, Feminist, and (almost) Fifty:
Recently, in response to a comment I made about the calories in fruit juice, a friend said to me that fruit juice is “evil.” I am a philosopher who does a lot of ethics. So “evil” means something quite severe to me. Hitler and Pol Pot were evil. Fruit juice, not so much.
I checked back with my friend. No, he didn’t mean it was literally evil. Just that it’s as bad as a can of Coke. Still pretty bad, if not downright evil. It’s a “sometimes” food, not an everyday food. Other anti-juice people jumped in to clarify further. Juice is really, really bad FOR you. Harley Pasternak demonized it the other day in his talk too. He said that a cup and half of OJ has 240 calories. That’s not quite right, since a cup has 112 calories.
But I don’t want to quibble about orange juice in particular. It’s this whole notion of good foods and bad foods that really gets under my skin. Very few foods, eaten in moderate quantities, are actually bad for you. I ate a big and delicious piece of vegan chocolate cake yesterday. I don’t believe it was in the least bad for me. Why? Because I don’t eat cake every day. I eat it about once or twice a month.
February 26, 2013 § Leave a comment
Originally posted on Wailings Of A Work At Home Mom:
Are you a work at home mom and you’d like to have some opportunities to travel? For WAHMs with older kids, this could be a great job for you.
Jewelry Channel, a television shopping channel, broadcast via Thaicom5 Satellite is looking for the Business Coordinator/Executive Assistant.
October 28, 2012 § 2 Comments
Originally posted on florarosereviews:
Just a quick one to let you know that I have found the best thing for cleaning make up brushes. I use Johnson’s Baby Shampoo, it’s £1 for 300ml so its pretty cheap and as its for babies you’re not going to have some sort of weird reaction to it.
Seriously, top knotch.
October 24, 2012 § 3 Comments
Originally posted on Gabor Olah's Internet Marketing Blog:
Looking for a (near) guaranteed way to make money online? Choose a topic that is almost always guaranteed to make money!
If you’re searching for a niche to start your own info marketing business you might be overwhelmed by the amount of topics out there. By narrowing your focus to only the ones that are in demand and profitable you can be sure to pick one that will make money for you.
Here are the top seven niches you should choose from:
September 19, 2012 § 3 Comments
Originally posted on sjc copywriting solutions:
The benefits of copywriting services include the ability to further your brand, drive traffic, and increase visibility through SEO efforts. Once your business has decided to use this powerful promotional medium, the next decision is whether to use a copywriting services company or to enlist the help of a freelance agent.
The current market trend supports hiring an outside copywriting services company to ensure professional and effective communications that drive results. It used to be more cost-effective for companies to maintain a team whose sole purpose was to handle promotions rather than enlist the help of a pricy PR firm. Nowadays, though, it’s usually less expensive to hire a company specializing in copywriting services than to maintain a full-time staff of content writers.
All companies out there, regardless of how much revenue is generated are looking for ways to cut costs. In a down economy when sales aren’t always as strong as we’d like them to be, cutting costs is a surefire way to help boost profits. By hiring independent contractors who work remotely, companies that provide copywriting services are able to reduce their overhead and pass along savings to their clients.
September 19, 2012 § 2 Comments
Originally posted on Writing article book:
People have included all kinds of sales pitch in their sales letter but sometimes still wouldn’t achieve the results they want. The importance of a sales letter is likened to having a shop to sell cars. If the looks of your shop isn’t delivering a good impression, no one will be going to buy your cars.
Thus, you must make sure that your sales letter have answers to the most basic questions, and instill interest in your visitors towards your product just with these five specific questions:
1. What’s in it for me?
The number one rule of salesmanship – people only buy for one reason, which is for getting the results from a product, what they will receive out of it. To achieve this, you must be quick in catching their attention since the beginning with your headline. Create a very convincing headline and tell your visitors what they will get in one shot through your headline.
September 19, 2012 § Leave a comment
Originally posted on Star & Philly:
P is for Proofread
Make sure to proofread all of your print materials, website copy, Facebook status updates, etc. It should be completely free of spelling or gramatical errors and it should make sense! Have someone that does not work in your industry proofread your material to make sure that your point gets across to any type of reader. You and your business can instantly lose credibility by using the wrong their/there or your/you’re.
Check out this cool infographic on grammer goofs that explains some of the most common grammer errors.