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The Link Factor : The Link Factor By: Gareth MailerThere are many different approaches and techniques required when optimising a website for a high ranking in your chosen search engine. In most cases loads of informative, relevant content is required as well as plenty of outgoing links to separate you from the cat like competition.
added on 12.12.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

What To Do When Successful Training Fails : Why Successful Training FailedElizabeth M., Human Resources Director for a mid-sized furniture manufacturer, earnestly shared with me her hopes for developing a skilled cadre of supervisory personnel who would effectively lead their work groups by positive example and, thereby, maximize the contributions to company profitability.
added on 27.07.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Take Charge Of Your Career : Two years ago, I had a job in the corporate world. I had an office, a good salary, and the privilege of being known and respected for consistently doing a job well done.
added on 26.04.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Interview with EXPERTS - PART 1 : Interview with EXPERTS - PART 1by Gary Durkin(c) 2004 - All Rights Reserved Worldwide.As you will know, one key method of producing information products is to create an eBook / Report with articles or interviews from Top industry experts.
added on 11.04.2014. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Fail to Plan....or Plan to Fail? : Fail to Plan..
added on 12.04.2014. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Ezine Publishing As A Business : Ezine Publishing As A Business Copyright 2002 Elena Fawkner If you have your own website, or are planning to create one soon, in the course of your research you will have read about the importance of publishing an ezine (electronic newsletter) as a way of generating traffic to your site. -- Note to purists: yes I DO understand there is, strictly speaking, a difference between ezines and electronic newsletters but for our purposes it doesn't matter so don't write me.
added on 19.05.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Seven Deadly Trading Mistakes - Part Seven : Seven Deadly Trading Mistakes - Part Seven By: Harvey Walsh In this last article of the series, I'm going to look at what is perhaps the biggest mistake of all, and yet should be the easiest to overcome. Mistake Number Seven - Not Taking Action For every trader who opens a brokerage account and starts placing trades, there must be a hundred more who had every intention of doing so, but for one reason or another, never actually took that step.
added on 23.06.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

So You'd Like To... Learn More About Living on a Farm : So You'd Like To. .
added on 27.11.2014. 05:00 in Family

Electric Melons! : Electric Melons! By: Ed Williams Know what one of my favorite summer pastimes is? Eatin' watermelon. That's right, just eatin' some cold, juicy watermelon.
added on 24.05.2015. 00:00 in Food and Drink

Four Stages of Breaking an Addiction : Four Stages of Breaking an Addiction By: Caryl Ehrlich Nowhere do the Four Stages of Addiction come into play more powerfully than they do when you resist changing a habit relating to the foods with which you self-medicate. For most of us those foods are the instant, and easily available - Bread, Beverage, Dessert, or Alcohol.
added on 22.06.2015. 05:00 in Food and Drink

The Harmony between Wine and Food : The Harmony between Wine and Food By: Dan Philipe Wine is a social drink which should be enjoyed in the company of friends and . .
added on 24.08.2015. 20:00 in Food and Drink

Growing Your Own Herbs for Tea : Growing Your Own Herbs for Tea By: Cyndi Roberts If you love herbal teas, as I do, you know they are just a little bit pricey. However, growing your own herbs is easy and so much fun! Here are just a few of the herbs you might want to consider for a tea garden: Chamomile: Remember the favorite tea of Peter Rabbit? Only the flowers of this fragrant herb are used when making tea.
added on 05.01.2016. 10:00 in Food and Drink

Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy A Beer - It's Good For You! : Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy A Beer - It's Good For You! By: News Canada (NC) - Summer is often a time of unabashed enjoyment, when sitting on a patio soaking up the sun makes us forget our long, cold winter. But for some, summer can also be a time of watching waistlines and getting into shape.
added on 15.03.2016. 07:00 in Food and Drink

Fanning the Flames of the Diabetes Epidemic : Fanning the Flames of the Diabetes Epidemic By: Lyndia Grant-Briggs INTRODUCTION It is my pleasure to introduce to you, a new Diabetes Prevention Education, Public Relations Campaign established under the name Fannie Estelle Hill Grant, started by me, Lyndia Grant-Briggs, after the loss of my mother who succumbed to Type 2 Diabetes on Christmas Day, December 25, 2000. I noticed a fire burning in the Diabetes health arena, and it is still burning out of control.
added on 07.05.2015. 07:00 in Health

6 Steps To Get "Slightly" Famous : 6 Steps To Get "Slightly" Famous By: Steven Van Yoder A few years ago, Bruce Smith experienced a slowdown in his Salt Lake City-based travel agency. Airlines had eliminated his sales commissions.
added on 05.03.2016. 13:00 in Marketing

When the Chips are Down, Encouragement Goes a Long Way : When the Chips are Down, Encouragement Goes a Long Way By: Denise Hall Have you ever been so discouraged that you were ready to give up? Do your dreams of a profitable home business seem very far away at times? I think we all go through it. We work into the wee hours of the morning, day after day, night after night.
added on 13.04.2014. 17:00 in Online Business

Born With Instructions : Born With Instructions By: Carol M. Welsh We finally seem to get parenting techniques that work with the first child only to find out that they don't work with the next child.
added on 17.01.2016. 08:00 in Parenting

The Biography of Sensei Derek Eastman - Part 2 of 2 : The Biography of Sensei Derek Eastman - Part 2 of 2 By: Henry Ellis Q-DW: With all the years of hard training and instruction going up through the kyu grades what was the final path to your first dan ? A-SE: I was always fortunate that not only did I receive personal instruction and guidance directly from Sensei Williams and my own Sensei, and all the dan grades previously mentioned. I also think that being assistant instructor to the beginners class from 7th to 4th kyu, I was able to form a good practicing relationship with a small select group of students who all later became the second generation of " HUT" dan grades.
added on 24.09.2016. 18:00 in Recreation and Sports

The Biography of Sensei Derek Eastman - Part 1 of 2 : The Biography of Sensei Derek Eastman - Part 1 of 2 By: Henry Ellis I have known Sensei Eastman for some 12 years and during those years I have heard so many stories about both Sensei Eastman and Sensei Ellis and their dedication to the early promotion of UK Aikido, some of the history highlights their hard training and appreciation of a true martial art, yet there are many amusing anecdotes. Sensei Eastman is the only Aikido student from 1950's "Hut " dojo who has never given an interview stating that "Sensei Ellis's story is more interesting than mine".
added on 28.09.2016. 22:00 in Recreation and Sports

How To Shoot Video Of Your Kids Sports Team So That Anyone Else Will Watch It! : How To Shoot Video Of Your Kids Sports Team So That Anyone Else Will Watch It! By: Kevin Rockwell 1. You bought a video camera 2.
added on 22.01.2015. 21:00 in Recreation and Sports

He Was Either The Most Romantic Man In The World - Or A Complete Idiot : He Was Either The Most Romantic Man In The World - Or A Complete Idiot By: Marguerite Bonneville Heather had been dating Ben for a little over two months. She quite enjoyed his company but was beginning to realize he was not the man for her.
added on 26.04.2014. 06:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Turn Your Passion into Business and Marketing Success : Turn Your Passion into Business and Marketing Success By: Beth Woodward Words I have heard repeated consistently from successful entrepreneurs are '. .
added on 19.05.2014. 05:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

The Choice : The Choice By: ilimow " Cheers! To all of us for making this day happen! Today all three of us have reached a stage where we can write our own Destiny " - Tushar spoke in his usual confident tone raising his glass to the other two fresh Law graduates who were quietly listening to him. " Indeed! Now on we will never have to look back.
added on 20.07.2015. 09:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Memorial Day Tribute : Memorial Day Tribute By: Steven Boaze Memorial Day is their day, isn't it? It supposed to be the day a grateful nation pauses to quietly thank the more than one million men and women who have died in military service to their country since the revolutionary war. Or is it the day the beach resorts kick into high gear for the summer season, the day the strand is covered by fish-belly white people bastings themselves in coconut oil, the day the off season rates end and the weekend you can't get in a seaside seafood restaurant with anything less than a hour wait.
added on 15.01.2016. 20:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Busy, Busy, Busy... : Busy, Busy, Busy. .
added on 05.11.2016. 02:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

An Unexpected Letter : An Unexpected Letter By: LeAnn R. Ralph It was a couple of weeks after Christmas, and I was standing by my mailbox in the vestibule of the apartment building where I lived in Lexington, Kentucky, holding a letter I had just received.
added on 01.08.2014. 07:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

What is the Meaning of Life : A young man in search of enlightenment had traveled to Tibet at great expense and more than a little consternation amongst his family and friends. It was a week before he was allowed to speak with a red-capped administrator of the Dalai Lama's personal staff; in the meantime he enjoyed the wondrous sights of the Himalayas.
added on 17.07.2016. 11:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Going it Alone: The Waterfall at Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska : Going it Alone: The Waterfall at Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska By: Theresa Gabriel I stood at the observation point on the balcony at the Visitor Center overlooking the great Mendenhall Glacier at Juneau, Alaska. Before me was a beautiful scene.
added on 11.09.2014. 00:00 in Travel and Leisure

Across the High Sierra : Across the High Sierra By: Sandin Phillipson I have always enjoyed long road trips across the country, perhaps because they have all the elements of a Homeric adventure. After completing basic training for the Army, I was ready for assignment to my permanent duty station.
added on 14.01.2016. 05:00 in Travel and Leisure

Miracle In Yokosuka : Sometimes things happen and we wonder why. Till this very day I think about the strange night in Yokosuka and wonder why.
added on 31.05.2015. 07:00 in Travel and Leisure

So You'd Like to. . .Learn More About Living on a Farm : Forty years ago when I was a little girl growing up on our dairy farm in west central Wisconsin, I thought everyone lived on a farm. Then again, many of my kindergarten classmates lived on farms, too, so maybe I wasn't completely off base.
added on 06.12.2015. 04:00 in Travel and Leisure

The Fountain of Youth - Right in Front of Us All This Time! : The Fountain of Youth - Right in Front of Us All This Time! By: Danna Schneider Can we really stop the aging process, slow it down, or even reverse the effects of aging on our skin and body? It is an enigma for which so many have searched the answers to for years. Now, with advanced modern science making breakthroughs and discoveries every day, the answers have become apparent to the age-old quest for the proverbial fountain of youth.
added on 25.10.2016. 15:00 in Women

Moving On to Much Better Things After Leaving an Abusive Relationship : Moving On to Much Better Things After Leaving an Abusive Relationship By: Terry Hernon MacDonald Leaving an abusive relationship is difficult, but being alone can feel worse. All your happily married friends are still happily married, and here you are suddenly single.
added on 22.02.2014. 15:00 in Women

The Paradox of Sarah Kane : The Paradox of Sarah Kane By: Paula Bardell There are some who believe that the world lost one of its finest late 20th century dramatists when Sarah Kane committed suicide in 1999. Her work produced extreme reactions in critics and audiences alike but many failed to appreciate the pure poetry of her writing until it was too late.
added on 21.06.2015. 04:00 in Writing

Forbidden - An Author Interview : Forbidden - Author Interview with Wilma WallBy Lisa M. HendeyA war is on between two bitter and powerful enemy nations.
added on 21.01.2016. 02:00 in Family

The Health Benefits of Chocolate : With the New Year come and gone, many of us are making good on a resolution to eat healthier. So what's a chocolate lover to do?Good news.
added on 23.09.2016. 07:00 in Family

An *Ntertaining Evening : This year, on my daughter's 5th birthday, we gave her something different. She couldn't open it, it wasn't wrapped, there was no box.
added on 23.07.2014. 22:00 in Family

The Harmony between Food and Wine : Wine is a social drink which should be enjoyed in the company of friends and . .
added on 18.06.2016. 16:00 in Food and Drink

What Is The Best Video Game System ? : Certainly the Playstation One has had a number of game hits and sold millions of units with tough competition from both Sega (Dreamcast) and Nintendo (N64), but no game system has enjoyed more exclusive game titles and more old-school gameplay than the Super Nintendo. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) did not dominate the hardware sales charts (selling over 49 million units) like Nintendo was able to accomplish with the original NES console (over 60 million units sold) due to increased competition from the Sega Genesis, but the sheer number of quality games for the SNES was outstanding for a system that contained over 700 games in its game library.
added on 23.03.2016. 15:00 in Recreation and Sports

Coffee Brewin' Civil War Style : Coffee Brewin' - Civil War Style by: Paula McCoachThe Coffee Customer Spoiler!!Even though there was a war between the states, both Confederate and Union soldiers still drank their morning coffee. But how did they make it? Obviously, being in the 1860's and in the open fields and battlegrounds, there were no electric coffee makers, cappuccino machines, and not even latte! Jim McCoach, a Civil War reenactor for 25 years, has recreated the method they used and named it Open-Pot Brewin'.
added on 03.06.2016. 15:00 in Recreation and Sports

Live the Life of a Civil War Soldier when You Drink your Mornin' Coffee : Live the Life of a Civil War Soldier When you Drink your Mornin' Coffeeby Paula McCoachThe Coffee Customer Spoiler Civil War soldiers, Confederate and Union, used to make their coffee in pots. But on the march, they just used their boilers.
added on 04.06.2016. 16:00 in Recreation and Sports

Interview with EXPERTS - PART 2 : Interview with EXPERTS - PART 2by Gary Durkin(c) 2004 - All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Following on the PART 1, where I outlined the basis and reasons for doing a project like this, here is a list of 12 questions which you could use when contacting the Experts.
added on 25.06.2014. 18:00 in Computers and The Internet

Don't Get Mad About Viral Marketing : Copyright Copyright 2004 Chris BrownSometimes we get an idea, but when we begin to develop our creation we become overwhelmed with the efforts that we are going to have to supply. It's also ordinary to get so caught up in development that we get sidetracked into other ideas.
added on 07.03.2016. 23:00 in Marketing

6 Steps To Get "Slightly" Famous : A few years ago, Bruce Smith experienced a slowdown in his Salt Lake City-based travel agency. Airlines had eliminated his sales commissions.
added on 29.04.2014. 09:00 in Marketing

A TASTE OF ENCHANTMENT - Accessing Wonderful Memories : THE ENCHANTED SELF is about focusing on your memories, talents, and capacities for joy and happiness. You may not realize that one of your most precious gifts, in terms of accessing joy, is your capacity to utilize your memory in positive ways.
added on 06.09.2014. 19:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

INCREASE YOUR SALES BY INCREASING YOUR BELIEVABILITY : People won't buy from you until they're confident you will deliver exactly what they expect to get. You can help them develop that confidence by making certain every claim you make about your product or service is fully believable.
added on 29.12.2016. 18:00 in Marketing

Growing Up Introverted : We recently asked some introverts about their childhood, elementary and high school experiences so we could give you a good idea of the dynamics of introversion from real people rather than the opinion of experts. Their answers may surprise you.
added on 29.10.2014. 00:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Enjoy the Ride : Letters on Life #11 November 2003 Enjoy the RideMany people have been saying this era is different, that there's more stress and more to worry about. While it is true we have major concerns so did past generations.
added on 28.01.2016. 19:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Aikido : The Derek Eastman Sensei Biography : Part Three : Part Three:Q-DW: With all the years of hard training and instruction going up through the kyu grades what was the final path to your first dan ? A-SE: I was always fortunate that not only did I receive personal instruction and guidance directly from Sensei Williams and my own Sensei, and all the dan grades previously mentioned. I also think that being assistant instructor to the beginners class from 7th to 4th kyu, I was able to form a good practicing relationship with a small select group of students who all later became the second generation of " HUT" dan grades.
added on 03.07.2015. 16:00 in Sports and Recreation

Kimberley - a diamond in the wilderness! : On the border of the Northern Cape and Free State, 177km west of Bloemfontein, lies Kimberley, the capital of the of the Northern Cape. When you think of Kimberley and its Diamond fields, it is easy to imagine a wonderland of romance and riches.
added on 13.08.2016. 14:00 in Travel and Leisure

A 7 day vaction in Kodaikanal : Hai! My name is Vijay and I live in Chennai. Chennai, though a very pleasant city in many other ways, gets intolerably hot in summer.
added on 23.03.2014. 20:00 in Travel and Leisure

What If You Could Buy a Stairway to Heaven for only $1 ? : It's going to be over 100 degrees Fahrenheit all week in Iraq. Just like it was last week and the week before.
added on 08.05.2016. 13:00 in Women

PERFECT PITCH - Query Letters that Kill : If you are reading this then you are either looking for information on how to write a query letter or your curiosity has been exited by the heading. Either way, the article has grabbed your attention and hopefully what you will read here will live up to your expectations and that in a nutshell is what a good query letter is all about!Grabbing the editor's attention, full-filling his expectations and making it easy for him to say "yes" is what we should be aiming for.
added on 09.08.2014. 15:00 in Writing

Suite Luxury at Cobblers Cove in Barbados : Suite Luxury at Cobblers Cove in BarbadosRead Jetsetters Magazine at www. jetsettersmagazine.
added on 06.07.2015. 19:00 in Travel and Leisure

Super Tan at SuperClub in Negril, Jamaica : Super Tan at SuperClub in Negril, JamaicaRead Jetsetters Magazine at www. jetsettersmagazine.
added on 13.08.2015. 09:00 in Travel and Leisure

All Around Trinidad, Colorado : ALL AROUND TRNINIDAD, COLORADOThe Trinidad History Society's booklet, " A Walk Through the History of Trinidad " has as good an introduction to this town as anyone could write:Trinidad has an amazing amount of history . .
added on 20.09.2016. 04:00 in Travel and Leisure

All Around Breckenridge, Colorado : ALL AROUND BRECKENRIDGE, COLORADOSummit County: Breckenridge, Frisco and Keystone, with a brief mention of FairplayI've never skied in my life, so why was I going back to the ski capital of America?The allure of Summit County - Breckenridge, Frisco, Keystone, Dillon and several other high-altitude towns along the Continental Divide in the Colorado Rockies - came to me on the last hike of my most recent trip to the area. The hike started at over 12,000 feet.
added on 21.09.2016. 05:00 in Travel and Leisure

WARNING! Beware of Sveerz Deluxe : Sveerz Deluxehttp://www. deprice.
added on 02.05.2015. 02:00 in Computers and The Internet

Weight Loss : One Day At A Time : Most of us are aware of the AA axiom of "One day at a time. " It speaks to the secret of any long term goal - concentrate on taking the right step and the journey will take care of itself.
added on 25.04.2016. 00:00 in Health

La Jolla's Coastal Jewel, Hilton Torrey Pines : La Jolla's Coastal Jewel, Hilton Torrey PinesRead Jetsetters Magazine at www. jetsettersmagazine.
added on 14.04.2016. 23:00 in Travel and Leisure

Mr Jefferson's Land - Keswick Hall Resort : Mr Jefferson's Land - Keswick Hall ResortRead Jetsetters Magazine at www. jetsettersmagazine.
added on 26.04.2016. 11:00 in Travel and Leisure

Interested In Free Targeted Traffic : Interested In Free Targeted Traffic By: Jason Paris How to Get Free Targeted Internet Traffic to Your Website No matter what opportunity or product you promote via the internet you do not have a business unless you have customers. One way to increase sales is to increase your customer base, this means more visitor traffic.
added on 07.08.2016. 00:00 in Online Business

Life Experiment in Wealth and Abundance : Life Experiment in Wealth and Abundance By: VNinette Wheatley Earlier in 2005 I had a huge moment of clarity. To help you understand all of this I will have to explain a little about the events of my life in 2004.
added on 01.12.2015. 23:00 in Self Improvement and Motivation

Taking A Paddleboat Cruise : Taking A Paddleboat Cruise By: Mary Hanna In May my husband and I took a wonderful steamboat trip on the Colombia River, 1,240 miles long, and Snake River, 1,038 miles long, aboard the American West's Empress of the North. This is the first time we had ever done a " niche " type cruise and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
added on 15.08.2016. 16:00 in Travel and Leisure

Pro Football's NFL - The Largest American Pro Football League Has Significant Rivalries : Pro Football's NFL - The Largest American Pro Football League Has Significant Rivalries By: Larry Woods The National Football League or the NFL is the biggest professional football league in the United States. The NFL has thirty-two teams that are based in a variety of cities across the country.
added on 01.07.2016. 05:00 in Recreation and Sports

Why Students Turn To Custom Writing Services : Plagiarism has been condemned lately by all types of experts, including scholars, university board members and even commercial parties, such as TurnItIn, which sells plagiarism detection software righteously claiming that plagiarism should be combated through the most efficient and up to date tools. Well, if such company ever reaches its ultimate goal of eliminating plagiarism, it will go out of business, since there will be no more need for plagiarism detection.
added on 29.08.2016. 06:00 in College Articles