some 2017-2019 copywritten articles

Online Selling Alternatives

Posted on October 24, 2017  Looking around for lucrative online marketplaces? Here are the top four! #4. Amazon Amazon is the only network comparable to eBay in size. Amazon’s massive customer base ensures huge traffic volume, and Amazon’s built-in algorithm markets for you, recommending your products to the most interested people, based on their search histories. Amazon is a more…
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Reaching Your Full Potential in Business

Harvard Business Review states: To begin to see if you are reaching your current potential Step back and take an accurate assessment of your current skills. Create a list of two or three of your greatest strengths and your two or three of your most significant weaknesses. Solicit views of people who will tell you the…
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Read on to have every depiction of pirates you have ever had dissolved.

Posted on October 27, 2017  Business lessons learned from … pirates? Research reveals that pirates were one of the first groups to establish a democracy, create “common funds” and develop incentive plans! Governance_in_18th-Century_Piracy [Wikipedia] Seeking legendary or historical instances of the captain protecting the crew proved difficult for this journalist, and led from pre-imagined Maritime Laws to…
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Did You Know? 1930s Gold Confiscation by U.S. Government.

Posted on October 30, 2017 The Government Raided Safe-Deposit Boxes to Confiscate Gold During the 1930s TheStreet reminds us how President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Executive Order 6102 prohibited the “hoarding” of gold bullion. Citizens were ordered to surrender their gold bullion in exchange for cash. Relying on voluntary compliance, government agents were not authorized to conduct random sweeps of…
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Cold Calling Sales Marketing

Posted on November 3, 2017  Revealing Stats About Interruption Marketing In researching the statistic for “cold calling” this author ran into two reoccurring themes. 1. Auto dialers, call centers, CRM (Customer Relationship Management) companies and companies selling “leads” in form of our names and phone numbers – promoting cold calling that ran very optimistic and encouraging…
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Why Telemarketers Are Ringing Your Mobile Number

Posted on November 8, 2017    It is illegal to make automated calls or send texts without your permission. Cold callers must put you on their “Do Not Call” list if you ask. How You Ended Up on THE LIST You Answered the Phone Normally the phone rings and you inadvertently pick up. In frustration you hear an automated message and…
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Weird Stats: What We Do Online

Posted on November 10, 2017  Freaky Facts About All of Us Apparently, we have no attention span, we decide company’s credibility based purely on web design, and we are really not into Groupon or discount programs. More than a quarter of us don’t interact on our social media at all… we just watch… we LOVE to watch…
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An Often-Overlooked Step in Network Development

Posted on November 15, 2017  Identifying Your Network A simple and frequently overlooked step in network development is recognizing that people within your network are not all in tandem. It’s important to break your network into tiers so you can begin to address them all at a level of intimacy appropriate to their relationship with you…
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Did You Understand the Net Neutrality / Open Internet Debate?

Posted on November 30, 2017  The Open Internet debate was simple. Side 1: Internet access is like a public utility. This is what is called: Net Neutrality. From the consumer viewpoint: Local electric utilities are tied to how much energy we use and current price per kilowatt hour. The electric company does not know or control, the…
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How do you charge your cell phone quicker?

Posted on December 19, 2017 Nothing is worse than noticing your cell phone battery is running low right before time to make those business calls! Hopefully you will catch it ahead of time and when you do, employing the following methods can help you get that charge faster and possibly get you out of a pinch…
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Osteoporosis Facts – Part II

Posted on January 8, 2018  What is the danger of osteoporosis? Fractures! The most common osteoporotic fractures are of the wrist, spine, shoulder and hip. Most hip fractures are caused by falls. A hip fracture is more than a broken bone. Breaking your hip is usually a major life change. You will probably need surgery, which can take…
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Osteoporosis Facts – Part I

Posted on January 5, 2018 The word “osteoporosis” is from the Greek terms for “porous bones”. Osteoporosis is a part of frailty syndrome. Who is most at risk? Those with a family history of osteoporosis, or a history of family members who have had broken bones from minor injuries. Women with lower estrogen levels. Two reasons for lower…
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