Soda Ash Market In 2014

The worldwide markets for soda ash in thousand metric tons can be analysed through thorough research. Basically there are several end-use segments that can determine the analysis of soda ash in the market today. These include the following elements: Glass (Container Glass, Flat Glass, Fiber Glass, & Others) Chemicals Soaps & Detergents Pulp & Paper […]

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World Cup Content Marketing: the Winners, Losers and Yellow Cards

RebelMouse gives us a roundup of the best and worst of World Cup–themed content marketing: RebelMouse Blog – World Cup Content Marketing: the Winners, Losers and Yellow Cards. Related articles World Cup 2014: Winners and Losers from Day 24 Boncha Boncha Launches Limited Edition National Flag Candies, Just in… Man United, Liverpool… who are the […]

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5 Ways to Ensure Blogging Failure and How to Avoid Them – Yahoo Small Business Advisor

New to blogging? Be wary of these “don’t”s! 5 Ways to Ensure Blogging Failure and How to Avoid Them – Yahoo Small Business Advisor. Related articles What Can B2B Learn from TripAdvisor? What successful people do in the morning – Yahoo! Small Business Advisor How to Save for Multiple Financial Goals

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When You Gotta Go, and Other Strange Toilet Stuff

There may be worse ones somewhere, but the toilet from that scene in Trainspotting was uber-disgusting. We all have to use them, even Oprah and LeBron James. We joke about bodily functions, practice bad habits when we’re not at home (like the people who have gone in before me), but when have we really had […]

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The Zombie Apocalypse Is Already Here

You don’t have to travel far inside or outside your computer to find a zombie  or zombie killer around the corner. In fact, if I turn my head to the right, I can see Daryl Dixon with his bike staring out of his McFarlane box. Let’s face it. We’re obsessed with zombies. From zombie erotica […]

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Bitch is the New Black, Ya’all

Oh the controversy of it all. Remember when the movie “Thelma & Louise” hit the screens? Women loved it. Men hated it. Seriously, if you’re an enlightened female, how many times have you seen that flick? Yea, me, too. Too many times to count. Enough to recite the entire movie from start to finish. Female […]

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July in Mexico – GALVÁN REAL ESTATE AND SERVICES NEWSLETTER

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July is a hot month in Mexico.  The rains have started, but… it is still humid every day. There is a house to buy for $69,000 usd.  Mexico continues to be affordable. For those not ready to buy there are fabulous places to stay on the water.  You can choose from a number of options. […]

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The Benefits of Telemarketing Services for Software Industry Events

The Benefits of Telemarketing Services for Software Industry Events

The software industry is a fast-paced world that blossoms on a constant flow of new products being launched into the public every now and then. Considering the multitude of software companies out in the market, the battle centers on how each of them would attract their audiences through product launches, updates and events. This is […]

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Without the Skin, There is No Business (or Jobs)

I find this article from Forbes: Starting a Business Requires Sacrifice a bit fluffy. The writer, who may have been blessed otherwise in his own business building, assumes that balance is something that anyone can achieve and that you can hire an employee at the drop of a hat to take the pressure off so […]

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7 Quick Ways to Curate Industry Content for Your Blog

This happens to be a topic I know a little something about. This author has listed a few ways you can curate content for your company blog. Let’s also add Prismatic, and Scoop.it. A nice article, let me also just add that you can also use your social media accounts to curate content from, and […]

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Your Aging Cat Isn’t Being Bad, He Has Dementia

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I don’t know how much time we have left, but I’m going to appreciate every moment, even the ones I am cleaning puke or poop off the carpet. Luke is 18, which is 88 in human years. It’s only been in the last few weeks that he has really begun to show his age. He’s […]

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How to Determine the ROI of Anything

How to Determine the ROI of Anything

Hopefully this will put the whole “what’s the ROI of social media?” debate to rest. Thanks, Gary Vaynerchuk! How to Determine the ROI of Anything. Related articles What’s the ROI of Your Mom? Search Marketers Need to Evolve: Google is Rewarding Marketing Strategists What Is The Value Of Social Media Engagement?

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American Textile Industry: Moving Ahead with Time

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If you think that all the textile products in your home are imported from third world countries, then you are in for a surprise. The next time you use that lovely table runner, or move the curtain on your window, just give it a closer look… it may have been produced right here, in America. […]

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Some Motivational Google Plus Posts To Get You Going

If you are not using Google Plus, you really need to check it out. The quality of the engagements there and the content are wonderful. Enjoy these motivational Google Plus Posts. You can fully interact with them here. Related articles It took Google’s Web crawlers 15 years to come to terms with JavaScript Shutterstock Stories: […]

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The Heartbreak of a Broken City: Detroit

How does the corrupt leadership of a city go unchecked for so long, that by the time there is hope, it’s almost too late? It’s infuriating that a major city — one that created an industry that helped bankroll a country — could file for bankruptcy. What killed Detroit? Let’s not forget who. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-leadership/wp/2013/07/19/what-killed-detroit-lets-not-forget-the-who/ The Detroit […]

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God Bless Our Troops, Until They Need Healthcare

My memory is haunted with thought about a veteran I met on the streets of Phoenix. After getting off the #41 bus along Indian School Road to transfer to the #7 bus stop on the corner of 7th Avenue East in Phoenix, Arizona, because I had just missed the connection, I settled in for the long wait. […]

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