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Internet Marketing Blog by kandi111777

Monday, October 26, 2009

Japanese Candlesticks - Subscribe to our Newsletters with Japanese Candlestick Stock Charting reviews from twice a week to five days a week

Who knew there was such an easy way to understand the stock market? I love patterns, it's what I look for every day. Now I can apply that technique to the stock market. The technique is called Japanese Candlesticks. There are too many patterns for me to explain here but check out this website and get more information. Their monthly subscription starts as low as $12 per month. This will get you two pdfs per week full of great information. I can't wait to start making money!!

Japanese Candlesticks - Subscribe to our Newsletters with Japanese Candlestick Stock Charting reviews from twice a week to five days a week

Monday, August 31, 2009

Five Best Disk Defragmenters - Defragment - Lifehacker

  1. Auslogics Disk Defrag (Windows, Free)
  2. MyDefrag (Formerly JKDefrag) (Windows, Free)
  3. PerfectDisk (Windows, $29.99)
  4. Defraggler (Windows, Free)
  5. Diskeeper (Windows, $29.99)

Five Best Disk Defragmenters - Defragment - Lifehacker

Friday, June 26, 2009

Google Team gives presentation on Search Engine Optimization (SEO)



Thanks to PageTraffic Blog!

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Friday, June 19, 2009

How to send an email to undisclosed recipients

This may seem pretty straightforward to other people but I figured if I needed to look it up maybe someone else needs the info as well.
  • Launch Outlook 2007, and click the button to create a new email message.

  • In the 'To' address field enter 'Undisclosed Recipients' followed by your e-mail address in braces.

    • For example: 'Undisclosed Recipients youremailaddress@gmail.com'

    • Side note: If you leave the TO: field blank, the email may bounce as some service providers may filter mark the mail as spam.

  • In the BCC field, enter the e-mail addresses of those to whom you are sending the message.

  • Write your message and send your e-mail.
Thank you to Carol's Corner Office at infopackets for the great tips!

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Online Video Marketing

Jivox is an interesting addition to your pay-per-click marketing. They offer online video marketing in a different way.
  1. According to their website, step one is to create your free online video ads. Jivox offers a step-by-step builder and library of videos, images and music that are royalty-free. Our use their QuickStart templates to create your ads. You can also upload your own images or videos of your products or storefronts and create video slide show ads. Then add your headline or special offer and your video ad is ready for online distribution.
  2. Step two is to select your target audience. You can target the whole country or narrow it down to your state or even your city. Geo-targeting capability makes the exact target audience you want to reach possible. Or use Jivox's interactive map to combine multiple geographies to match your requirements.
  3. Step three is the easiest. Tell Jivox how much you want to spend over what time frame. They also offer subscription packages for more savings. For as little as $300, you can get 15,000 full video views on the Jivox Online Publisher Network.
I'd love to hear what anybody else has to say about this service! Have you tried it? If so, did you like it?

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