June 2017

It’s just not good enough to have a good content marketing strategy because with all the competition, you need to find a way to really stand out. Next, with social media marketing growing, bloggers are finding it very easy to get their content in front of people quickly with so much more ease. However, it’s NOT too difficult making the transition from a “good” to “great” content marketing strategy. Over the years, I’ve been able to experiment with different marketing strategies utilizing PPC, banners, email, and content marketing. It’s important you test and tweak along the way to ensure you...
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Children’s lying evolves with their age, often beginning with simple and obvious lies and gradually becoming more sophisticated. They may lie to win an argument with a sibling, get out of doing their homework or deal with a difficult situation. You can tell if your child is lying by observing their body language, listening to the nuances of dialogue and using your emotional intelligence.[1] Responding to your child's lies with an emotionally mature attitude will help to provide them with a good model for future behavior and improve your relationship with them moving forward.[2] EditSteps...
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When you think of using Facebook for your blog, what comes to mind? Declining organic reach? Pay to play? Sharing endless memes just to get engagement? Posting your latest blog post only to hear crickets? But hang on, didn’t all the conversation move from our blog comments to Facebook? Well, yes, that’s where a lot of conversation is happening because that’s where a lot of our audience hangs out now, somewhere among the 1.28 billion people who login to Facebook daily to spend their (on average) 20 minutes. 3 days ago Facebook ticked over the major milestone of 2 billion monthly users, over...
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A hot spot, or what veterinarians term "acute moist dermatitis," is a painful and inflamed area of the skin that is often accompanied by discharge and a bad odor. Hot spots occur via allergic reactions to bacterial skin infections often caused by a lesion or wound. Skin breaks, lesions, and wounds can have a variety of causes, including flea bites, scratches, scrapes or nicks, anal gland problems, and underlying allergies. Dogs often itch and scratch skin breaks and wounds to such an extent that wet scabs form on the fur.[1] Hot spots can be painful for dogs and can become very large quite...
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On this episode of Talking with John Chow, I explains some of the perks of MOBE (other than making money). While I do make a lot of money with MOBE (over $200K last month), there are other perks available when you’re part of the company. Find out what they are by watching the video below. Want to enjoy some of the perks for yourself? Then go apply for my Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle coaching program. This is a 21 step program designed to help you make your first $1,250, $3,300, $5,500, and even $10,000 online. As part of the program, you’ll get a one on one coach to work with you...
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