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*** We Are All Different ***

*** We Are All Different ***

We are all different Helping you understand the major and significant differences between East and West to ensure your worldwide marketing really works. No marketer can afford to ignore this See more … http://www.slideshare.net/cxpartners/your-mobile-experience-is-not-theirs-18356203?

*** Your Blog ***

*** Your Blog ***

If you don’t have a Blog that’s another story for another time, If you do have a Blog then you’ll know it can be a lot of work and take a lot of time maintaining it. We’ve all heard “Content is King” and this suggests you must continually add content but … Here’s what Derek Halpern, the Founder of Social Triggers has to say … “Much of the “common sense” wisdom that “experts” share about building a readership is, at…

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It’s A Visual World.

It’s A Visual World.

Why You Should Use Pinterest For Your Business The brain  processes pictures 60,000 times faster than it processes text.   FACT:  The life of a Pinterest pin is 1600 times longer than a Facebook post. FACT:  The average Pinterest user spends 14.2 minutes every time they log in. FACT:  Pinterest was the fastest growing social network in 2014, growing by a whopping 97 percent! With numbers like this, you can see what a powerhouse Pinterest has become. Things you may have…

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Why Pictures Work And What You Can Do Easily

Why Pictures Work And What You Can Do Easily

A short while ago I posted this and had a lot of positve comments saying how effective a simple picture like this is.                             So I asked these three questions 1.  Are you using your pictures to help grow the number of visitors to your website? 2.  Do you include a picture in all your Tweets? 3.  Do you have the pictures you need to include in…

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Do you have a blog? If not, why not?

Do you have a blog? If not, why not?

27 Awesome Blogs about Blogging Written by: Eric Brantner on May 24, 2010 – 7:52 am Rating: 9.3/10 (3 votes cast) So, you want to be a better blogger, eh? Well, you can either try to go out there and learn everything on your own, or you can pick up some helpful tips from these 27 awesome blogs about blogging. I’ve included a short quote from each blog’s about page so you can learn a little more about them. 1. Problogger—”This site is…

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How To Leave A Group On Linkedin

How To Leave A Group On Linkedin

Maybe you’ve decidided that a group you belong to isn’t right for you any more and you want to leave. Linkedin doesn’t make it easy, until you know how. 1.  Go to the LinkedIn sign in page and login using the email address and password associated with your account. 2.  Click the “Interests” tab at the top of the screen and click on “Groups”. You will be taken directly to the “Your Groups”. 3.  Click the group that you want…

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Beware And Be Careful About This …

Beware And Be Careful About This …

We have been getting an increasing number of requests to remove adverts in traveljunkies and we’re not alone. These are often emails with businesslike names claiming to be webmasters and using Gmail, AOL or similar general use email addresses. The most frequently given reason is that Google are penalising companies that advertise referring to Google’s backlink policy and the effect on Search Engine Optimisation. Whereas this my be a genuine concern for some businesses it isn’t the case for the…

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Why You Should Blog

Why You Should Blog

I’m not promoting the company but watch this 2 min video for good reasons why you should blog >>>>>>  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EusJGuoq_iI And here’s some help to get started >>>>>>> http://www.slideshare.net/kcclaveria/how-to-rock-blogging-the-beginners-guide #blog #blogging Cliff traveljunkies

Are Facebook’s Days Numbered – Another Viewpoint

Are Facebook’s Days Numbered – Another Viewpoint

I’m 15 and All My Friends Use Facebook Whew! 13 – 15. What a Time Warp for Teenagers Ruby Karp and I are not all that different. She’s a teenager, and I’m a teenager. So why should our opinions on teens and Facebook be so different? Quite simply, it’s empirical evidence: I’m 15, and all my friends use Facebook. What do you think? http://mashable.com/2013/08/13/teens-facebook-response/ Article by Adora Svitak ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com Great travel deals around the world