5th March
2015
I know that this sounds very funny at first. After all, you wouldn't send your secretary to attend your local Chamber of Commerce event. But, you might have her put the event on your calendar and send follow up thank you cards to the people you met there. She might set up a system for you to follow up with the people you met at the event. Social networking is the same way. There is no reason why you can't outsource a very large part of your social networking busy work so that you have more time ...
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Internet
4th March
2015
Parent's Involvement in Children's Education ABSTRACT The importance of parental involvement as an accelerating and motivating factor in their children's education is a worldwide-accepted fact. This research project provides an in depth explanation along with specific reasons, the importance of parents' involvement in their children's education. It also discusses the parenting techniques, their types and their consequences if neglected. It also describes the ways to measure the outcome of the ...
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Education
3rd March
2015
Will e-readers mean the end of paper books? Only time will tell. Amazon and Barnes & Noble seem to have positioned themselves to benefit either way- when a company is selling paper books, e-readers and content for e-readers; there is a sale opportunity for everyone, no matter which format they prefer. Apple, on the other hand, is reliant on device and device content sales with the iPad.The push seems to be on for e-readers with all these marketing giants involved. It is easy to forget all ...
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Technology
2nd March
2015
Is Your Web site..'Over-stocked'?..'Under-stocked'? Or 'Just Right'? copyright 2002 John Evans Is your website selling? When it comes to selling on the internet, we've all heard many ideas on "The Only" way to do it. Some say to have a "Direct Sale" web site, with just 1 or 2 sales pages, and an order page. The idea being that if you put too many choices in front of your visitors, they could become 'information over-loaded', and make only one choice - Leave! But, with only 1 or 2 items to ...
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Internet
1st March
2015
I think most people would be shocked at how little online privacy people have.   When you realise that every single web site you visit, every email you send and every forum you hang out on is logged and recorded for years it can make you feel quite uncomfortable. Sure you can log on to your favourite web site or online forum and search for their privacy policy.  You'll find lots of legal talk mainly designed to cover their backs as they record and monitor your favourite web pages, upload ...
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Internet
28th February
2015
Windows XP Safe Mode was designed to help users troubleshoot boot up and system issues. There are actually three versions of Safe Mode. Depending on your problem, you may choose one over another. Safe Mode essentially boots up your computer with minimal functionality, not loading all the different drivers or system functions to allow you to make changes. If your computer fails to boot up, gives you an error message, or just hangs, the first step in troubleshooting is to try to get into Safe ...
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Computers
27th February
2015
b>MPOG - Microbial Prospection for Oil and Gas MPOG is a surface oil exploration technology based on the detection of anomalies in microbial distribution in soil samples. Microbial Prospection is a unique, stand-alone method which has proved itself effective even in complex geological reservoir conditions. Its effective application and the high level of accuracy attained is the result of many years of practical experience. The use of specialized microbiological techniques to detect the presence ...
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Technology
25th February
2015
With higher education tuition increasing at double digit year over year percentages an effective saving plan for your kid's education is becoming much more important than it has been before. Most families will discover that their future higher education costs will be much more than they have saved for their kid's education. This leaves many kids to be faced with obtaining financial aid to pay for a portion of their college education. The goal of this article is to explore the pros and cons of 4 ...
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Education
23rd February
2015
When the words "distance learning" are used, it's often with the idea of achieving a degree or attaining a specific certificate. But what if your company needs specialized learning opportunities? Or what if you are a small company and simply don't have the means to hire a teacher to help your employees gain a specific skill? The answer could very well be an elearning class from one of the companies that offer special course work. Managers around the country need some basic skills that are ...
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Education
21st February
2015
Students are always on the lookout for ways to help pay or offset the cost of their tuition. There are various government grants and scholarships available to you if you qualify. But what if you don't qualify for these government programs? Don't loose hope there are still options available to you that can help offset those tuition bills. Did you know that tax credits are another way that Uncle Sam can help you finance your college education? Well it's true and it has come to my attention that ...
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