Whether you are in sales, marketing or are the owner of a startup company, you will need to give presentations from time to time. Putting together a compelling presentation can take some time, especially if you want to include research and statistics that help you prove your points. You will also need to find a way to present these facts and figures in a way that will keep your audience interested, not put them to sleep. When you want more audience engagement, a PowerPoint presentation can be the key. Continue reading
Local online marketing refers to focusing on SEO tactics that will optimize your website based not just on the products and services you offer, but on your physical location. This type of marketing is also referred to as local SEO or location-specific SEO, but all of these terms mean the same thing: optimizing your website so that it beats out your local competition, as well as your online competition. Continue reading
Tomography refers to imaging underground formations by sections or sectioning, through the use of any kind of penetrating wave. When companies or individuals shop for EarthImager software, they will find that they have the chance to make the most of the land that they are studying or have purchased. Continue reading
This article is contributed by Max Cooper.
If you’re planning on opening a restaurant or you already run one, then there’s a good chance that this has been your dream for a long time and that you’re pinning a lot on that business being a success. Unfortunately though running a restaurant and generally entering the catering industry just so happens to be one of the most stressful things you can possibly do and one of the most challenging types of business to run. Continue reading
This article is contributed by Jim Taylor.
If you’re one of those people that want to know what the big deal about ergonomic office chairs is, you need look no further than your own body. Without even knowing it, many individuals suffer needless negative health effects due to posture or sitting problems in the office. Continue reading
This article is contributed by Jackson Mosby.
The job market is changing fast and the careers of today will definitely not be the careers of tomorrow. If you want to ensure your future is secure you might need to look at the kinds of jobs that will be in high demand a few years from now. Don’t just choose something because it was popular in the past. Obviously some careers will always be great choices, but let’s look at some of the dark horses you might want to think about if you want to have a great life. Continue reading
With advancing years, some seniors seem to be concerned that their gray hairs could confirm that they are past their prime. However, there is another side to this issue. Anyone who displays gray hair clearly accepts life for what it is and accepts what aging implies. Indeed, many would feel that getting older means getting better. Continue reading
Most markets are seeing increasing competition. Provided you are ensuring your customers are completely satisfied and may even be grateful for the service they have received, they may very well be the best possible “sales people” you might have.
Among the most powerful ways to gain an immediate boost in sales is to include online marketing testimonials in your marketing strategy. Testimonials from customers work so well because they provide the two things that spur sales: credibility and trust. Continue reading
This article is contributed by Aileen Galsim.
As “The Boss”, you set the tone for everything that goes on at your place of business. Socially, culturally, productivity-wise, it all comes down to you. The level of success your business achieves is directly related to the atmosphere you create. Continue reading
The United Kingdom has gained prominence in setting world clocks due to its Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) standard, but the country’s most popular clock is probably “Big Ben.” Since 1858, “Big Ben” has helped the citizens of London, England keep time. Located at the Palace of Westminster, this clock is the largest four-faced chiming clock and third-tallest free-standing time-keeping tower in the world. Amazingly, the time clock is not really very old compared to the long history of the City of London.
Augustus Pugin designed the “Big Ben” tower and clock in the Gothic Revival style making it stand 315 feet (96 meters). The base of the clock is Anston Limestone with 334 limestone stairs to the top (there is no elevator or lift). The “hour” hand measures 9 feet (2.7 meters) and the “minute” hand measures 14 feet (4.3 meters) long. Like a stained-glass church window, the clock dials are surrounded by 312 pieces of opal glass. Continue reading
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