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Month: April 2012

Practical Tips For Small Businesses – Tip #9 Facebook’s Free Guide To Success – Pages

Practical Tips For Small Businesses – Tip #9 Facebook’s Free Guide To Success – Pages

If you’ve been following our Practical Tips you’ll know that Facebook Pages are a great way to make contacts and grow your business. But did you know Facebook has a free resource section with Guides to Success, Best Practices for Page Success, Social Blueprints, and details of the new premium products. As well as in English these materials and resources are available in various languages around the world: French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, and Portugese. If you want to…

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A Walking Tour Of Melbourne

A Walking Tour Of Melbourne

Welcome to Melbourne – consistently voted one of the world’s most liveable cities.   Your tour begins at the corner of Swanston and La Trobe Streets. This unofficially marks the northern boundary of the city. All you’ll need from here are good walking shoes, and regular coffee stops. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/australia/melbourne/travel-tips-and-articles/76516?affil=twit#ixzz1tPmb8QZl Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com

Melbourne’s City Circle Free Tram Service …

Melbourne’s City Circle Free Tram Service …

Yep … It’s free Each year, the City Circle tram takes visitors to many attractions and places of interest including Melbourne Aquarium, Old Melbourne Gaol, Parliament House, the Immigration Museum, Etihad Stadium and Federation Square. Clockwise service: Flinders Street > Harbour Esplanade > Docklands Drive > La Trobe Street > Victoria Street > Nicholson Street > Spring Street > Flinders Street Anti-clockwise service: Flinders Street > Spring Street > Nicholson Street > Victoria Parade > La Trobe Street > Docklands…

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California’s top 5 secret weekend escapes

California’s top 5 secret weekend escapes

Over a long weekend from San Francisco or Los Angeles, visit five of ntattractions of California’s central coast: Monterey Bay Aquarium, Carmel-By-The-Sea, Big Sur’s McWay Falls, Hearst Castle and Santa Barbara’s wine country. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/california/travel-tips-and-articles/77138 Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com

Please Note: traveljunkies.com not Travel-Junkies.com

Please Note: traveljunkies.com not Travel-Junkies.com

Please note this important difference . . . www.traveljunkies.com began in 2002 and now has more than 3000 clients worldwide. We have seen an advertising campaign by Travel-Junkies, a blog by a family who plan to travel, and the very best of luck to them. But please note there is no connection with the long established advertising and promotion business traveljunkies.com traveljunkies started as a newsletter for scuba divers and skydivers in Australia and has since grown to become one of the…

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Click Your Flag For This Weeks Top Travel Deals From Travelzoo

Click Your Flag For This Weeks Top Travel Deals From Travelzoo

Click Your Flag For This Weeks Top Travel Deals From Travelzoo      USA top 20 travel deals       UK top 20 travel deals     Australia top 20 travel deals      Spain top 20 travel deals      Japan top 20 travel deals      Canada top 20 travel deals      France top 20 travel deals      Hong Kong top 20 travel deals      Germany top 20 travel deals      China top 20 travel deals…

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These Boots Weren’t Made For Walking – They Are Now!!

These Boots Weren’t Made For Walking – They Are Now!!

My 12 year old boots were only worn for 1-2 weeks a year when I went skiing, but they split …             After a brief chat (on Twitter) with Mr Berghaus they agreed to replace them free of charge, and my new boots arrived today.             Thank you.  Good customer service Mr Berghaus Cliff  Chapman traveljunkies