Sep
22
Copyright 2005 Robert Evans Are you a good or bad planner? Do you cringe at the very mention of the word 'plan'? If you do then you are not alone. Thousands of online (and offline) marketers find themselves in the same position. A good many of these people may well have never considered a plan of action as part of their daily marketing activities. Others may think they are too busy to spare any time for planning. Still others may feel they do need to plan, can see the benefits to be gained ...
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Sep
21
Do you have children in school - or are you planning for it soon? Have you asked yourself if public schools are really doing all they can to improve your child and educate him or her for the real world? Do you try to stifle desires to send them to private schools because of the cost or the perceived 'elitist' mentality? Have you ever had a day arrive when your child comes home worn out, agitated and frustrated and thought to yourself "I'd love to keep my child home and teach him myself - if ...
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Sep
20
by Karon Thackston © 2003 http://www.ktamarketing.com Ask Bobette Kyle about building a Web business on a small business budget, and you’ll be amazed what she’ll tell you about planning and coordination. By getting to the heart of the online business structure, Bobette saves small businesses lots of time and money. She’s agreed to talk with us today and to share a little of her wealth of knowledge. KARON: Hi Bobette. I’m excited about our time together. BOBETTE: Thanks, Karon. Me, ...
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Sep
19
At Indiana Wesleyan University Online, a Christian-based institution, the type of distance that’s most important to their students is not measured in miles. Instead, students enroll in the program to gain the benefits of a quality education in a community of individuals who are allowed the opportunity to incorporate a faith-based worldview. IWU supports a self-described •world changer” initiative -- a commitment to preparing students •to be agents of change on a global ...
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Sep
18
When you enter the world of event planning, the one thing you realize very quickly is that flexibility is a necessity. Your event planning software will need to track appointments you have set, events you are planning, your journal or diary entries you are writing, projects you are working on, and the tasks on your to-do list. In this beginner's guide article series, you will receive insights into each of these categories and some productive ways to use them. First, let's take a look at ...
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Sep
17
I have 2 motorcycles. One is a NTV 600 Revere, the other a SLR 650. The NTV is 15 years old and the SLR is 8 years old. I insure both bike third party fire and theft for £154.00. I think this is a very reasonable price that I am quite happy to pay. I am frustrated with the cost of petrol though. Both bikes will return 50 to 55 mpg which compared to a car and some sports bikes is better than average, but I travel approximately 15,000 miles per year which costs around £1300 each year in fuel. ...
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Sep
16
Below are some tips to reduce your auto insurance bill, prevent substantial premium increases and avoid becoming assigned risk. Claim Reports: You know about credit reports, you should also know about claim reports. C.L.U.E.® (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange), is a claim report service provided by ChoicePoint, Inc. ChoicePoint, Inc. states on their web site "C.L.U.E. is a claim history information exchange that enables insurance companies to access prior claim information in ...
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Sep
15
If you have picked up a paper or turned on a TV then you know that journalists, newscasters and economists alike, are all speculating on the stability of the global economy and the crises many industries are facing. Let’s face the facts, ‘Recession has become a reality for developed countries such as Italy, Ireland, Germany, Japan, Iceland, Denmark, New Zealand, UK, USA, France and many more. The instability of these economies has started a domino effect and many more countries are facing ...
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Sep
14
Whether you’re a business or individual it’s more important than ever to be able to recover from it as quickly as possible and with minimum data loss.  Understanding this Microsoft Vista Ultimate and Business editions are now bundled with a good and easy to use Backup and Restore service.  However it’s surprising just how many people no so little about it and are not using it.  This article outlines this useful service and how to get the best out of it so you can feel secure in the ...
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Sep
13
MLS is the Multiple Listing Service. The MLS is a database - an extremely convenient way to know what properties are for sale at any given moment. This makes it very useful to real estate agents and brokers. Basically, the MLS is like a huge property warehouse. When a property is available for sale, it enters the warehouse. When it is sold, it leaves the warehouse. The MLS only contains information since real estate cannot actually be stored in a warehouse. This information comes from the ...
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