Submitted by chrisgaynor on Wed, 02/06/2013 - 09:12
Valentine’s Day looms again, and it’s that time of year where lonely singles drown their sorrows either craving hardcore romance, or are desperate to rekindle an old flame. If you were once happy in a relationship that failed, but are pining for that lost romance and passion with him or her, then now’s a good a time as any to consider to get back together with your ex boyfriend or girlfriend. Maybe your ex boyfriend or girlfriend is yearning for the same thing?
Submitted by chrisgaynor on Tue, 02/05/2013 - 10:08
Want to know how to avoid writers block? Every writer suffers the occasional writers block and wakes up one day thinking, just what can I write today? Sometimes writers tend to think too hard about what to write instead of just getting down and writing something. Let me give you an example. HOW TO AVOID WRITERS BLOCK TIP 1: JUST WRITE! Last weekend, I was researching keywords for articles, and I had chosen my keyword but wasn't sure whether I had enough to write an article on that keyword.
Submitted by chrisgaynor on Fri, 02/01/2013 - 10:20
In the era of technological advancement, where mobile devices outweigh PCs 4:1, it is important that your business keeps up to speed with the latest marketing tools – this is a major reason already why video marketing is important for you in 2013 and beyond. If you are a local business, and haven't yet implemented a key video marketing campaign, then now's the time to stop procrastinating and start. Video marketing is not difficult to do, and can really skyrocket your business if done properly. So why is video marketing so important if you run a local business?
Traffic jams, rude customers, unkind co-workers, critical employers, ungrateful children, an insensitive mate all can make us mad; some with very little effort. How you express your anger will determine whether these important relationships will bloom or wilt, strengthen or weaken?
Submitted by BethanyMccollom on Sat, 01/19/2013 - 06:33
Due to the hard times that we now have, it would be very difficult to make some one laugh. This is because peoples minds are occupied and overloaded and they have very many things to attend to . People had come up with some words that may amuse them when they are printed on the t-shirts. They may not really have some meaning but will attract passers by to read it, even if you had no intention of people reading it.
Submitted by chrisgaynor on Wed, 01/16/2013 - 11:14
Can you land a hot date and play hard to get with women? In the mainstream dating game, dating coaches and pick up artists are always sending out mixed messages to guys on whether playing hard to get with a girl is the right way to attract her. Ask a woman in public, and she will probably say that she doesn’t like a man playing hard to get.
Submitted by chrisgaynor on Tue, 01/15/2013 - 15:11
Whether you are in the journalism business of gathering news, or the article marketing business of writing how to's, or, in the copywriting business of trying to sell products or services, they all have one thing in common. They are trying to persuade you to take action with something. There is one key reason why so many writers, copywriters, journalists fail to get their articles read, and that is because of this. They fail to write a catchy title that the reader will click on to read. Also, they fail to optimise their post for SEO.
Submitted by dchaitanya on Wed, 01/09/2013 - 00:44
Notwithstanding the public impulse and unbridled mass uproar demanding lynching of the rape accused in the sensational Delhi Rape case, by stating that ‘a swift-trial for Rape accused should not be at the cost of a fair trial and can not overwhelm the due process of law’, the Chief Justice of Republic of India Lord Justice Altmas Kabir has acquired the image of Judge of international standards, like Lord Justice Leveson of U.K and Justice Markendeya Katju who are known for their outspokenness within the Judicial ambit.
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