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Poor Or Good Economy, Advertising Can Help You Bring In Customers

Posted by 104Inc.com on February 27, 2009

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Poor Or Good Economy, Advertising Can Help You Bring In Customers

I understand that a slow cash flow is hard to cope with and the first inclination is to cut out the overhead. Unfortunately, they think of advertising as overhead. I considered it an extra salesperson that never slept, needed no health benefits, but always worked hard to bring in business. Advertising should be the last thing to go especially if you can cut cost and get more leads in the process. Now doesn’t that sound like a win-win? Read: Poor Or Good Economy, Advertising Can Help You Bring In Customers Read

By: 104inc.com | 25/02/2009 | Advertising

How To Advertising Online For Free!

Advertising online is big business nowadays. Since the medium is quite cheap to maintain, some other options have become open to earn while advertising online. By being observant online, one can find the ways to make money on online advertising. You can either be the host or the source, and here some ways one can utilize this business for personal revenue. Read: How To Advertising Online For Free! Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Advertising

A Less Costly Way Of Going Green And Promoting Your Brand With 104Inc

All companies and businesses know the importance of spreading the word about what they sell and offer in order for people to know that their products or services exist in the market. And they know that target consumers will only try out a certain brand when they are aware of it or, as is most often the case, when they have heard of it repeatedly. This is the reason why businesses need all the advertising and promotion they can get…and afford. Read: A Less Costly Way Of Going Green And Promoting Your Brand With 104Inc Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Advertising

Are The Yellow Pages Still Useful In This Internet Age?

I grew up before microwave ovens, fax machines, cell phones and personal computers. I finally got a Mac in 1984. Ten years later, a cell phone. I started working a sales consultant for the Yellow Pages in 1980 and figured that they would be around forever. But look at us now. We are hooked on Google searches and Blackberries as our PDA’s. What a difference a generation has made. So, do I or anyone else I know, still use the old printed directory? Read: Are The Yellow Pages Still Useful In This Internet Age? Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Advertising

Why Don’T You Have A Sidewalk Or Window Sign For Your Small Business?

Advertising is so important for any business to survive. If you want people coming in your store then you have to advertise right? s a small business owner, I am sure you are always looking for an inexpensive yet very effective way to attract customers and make more money. Am I still right? Well I just have one question. Why don’t you have a sidewalk sign? Sidewalk signs have been proven to increase walk ins and sales but yet you still haven’t bought one. Again I ask why? Read: Why Don'T You Have A Sidewalk Or Window Sign For Your Small Business? Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Advertising

How To Advertise Your Business On A Budget

With the unemployment rates going up, market ratings going down, and an overall gloomy outlook for the next few months, every business needs to cut costs. We all need to ride out this economic storm and wait for those clearer skies beyond. Hence, the norm usually these days is that you need to fit a small budget for a big objective. Advertising for example is one of the key investments that may suffer some budget cuts but still has some big shoes to fill. Read: How To Advertise Your Business On A Budget Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Advertising

The Power Of Action Learning

I learned recently about The Freedom Class, a laptop seminar with Tim Brocklehurst. He claims that with just 2 days, he can set you up with your own Internet Business set to earn over $66,000 in eight months – and over $100,000 in a year. The theory is based around the phenomenon of exponential growth, and there are numerous examples of people who have experienced it using effective viral marketing on The Internet. Read: The Power Of Action Learning Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Internet

How People Get Back Together After A Break Up

It might seem impossible right now to think that there is anyway for you to get back together with your ex. You maybe thinking that there is no way that your ex will take you back. The fact is that regardless of the reason you have been given by your ex, the true nature and reasons why they left can be right in front of you. Read: How People Get Back Together After A Break Up Read

By: 104inc.com | 20/02/2009 | Relationships

Internet Marketing Provides A Way For You To Earn Your Living Online!

An internet marketing seminar can be your ticket to learning everything you need to get started making money online. If you are like the thousands of people who have been laid off or “sacked” recently as they say in the U.K., you should look to learning a skill that no one can take away from you now. Read: Internet Marketing Provides A Way For You To Earn Your Living Online! Read

By: 104inc.com | 19/02/2009 | Advertising

Free Internet Marketing: 104 Online Marketing Strategies

Remember: You can’t put up a terrific web site on-line and “hope” that people will just arrive. You have to let your prospects know, IN EVERY POSSIBLE WAY, that your web site is there. This HAS to be part of any Internet Marketing Strategy you develop. This is actually a basic marketing principle. Unless you have something as needed and wanted as the original and authentic Fountain of Youth, your customers are not going to look for you; you have to look for them. Read: Free Internet Marketing: 104 Online Marketing Strategies Read

By: 104inc.com | 19/02/2009 | Advertising

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Obama address renews audacity to hope

Posted by 104Inc.com on February 25, 2009

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama gave America the audacity to hope again.

After describing the U.S. economy in nearly apocalyptic terms for weeks, pushing his $787 billion stimulus plan through Congress, the president used his address to Congress on Tuesday night to tap the deep well of American optimism — the never-say-die spirit that every president tries to capture in words. And great presidents embody.

“We will rebuild. We will recover, and the United States of America will emerge stronger than before,” Obama said, echoing Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan.

“The answers to our problems don’t lie beyond our reach,” Obama said. “What is required now is for this country is to pull together, confront boldly the challenges we face, and take responsibility for our future once more.”

The themes of responsibility, accountability and, above all, national community rang throughout an address carefully balanced by the gravity of its times. Job losses. Home foreclosures. Credit crisis. Rising health care costs. Declining trust in government. Obama touched all those bases.

“The impact of this recession is real, and it is everywhere,” he said.

It seemed that the president might be sticking to the dour talking points of the stimulus debate, when he warned that failure to pass the legislation would lead to a catastrophe “as deep and dire as any since the Great Depression,” one that “we may be unable to reverse.”

Fearing (and hearing) the worst, Americans supported Obama’s package and lawmakers passed it. But his rhetoric carried a risk.

None other than former President Bill Clinton, husband of Obama’s former rival and now the secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton, complained that the president’s words were too much of a downer. The president from Hope, Ark., told the author of “The Audacity of Hope” to get back on message.

“I just want the American people to know that he’s confident that we are going to get out of this and he feels good about the long run,” Clinton told ABC’s “Good Morning America” last Friday.

Obama didn’t need Clinton’s advice. While his advisers privately criticized Clinton for second-guessing their strategy, Obama said a president must be both a realist and a cheerleader. “I’m constantly trying to thread the needle between sounding alarmist but also letting the American people know the circumstances that we’re in,” Obama told ABC News on Feb. 10.

Indeed, advisers said at the time that Obama had already written much of his address, and they predicted that it would mark a rhetorical pivot — from selling fear to raising hopes.

And that he did.

“You should also know,” Obama told millions of viewers Tuesday night, “that the money you’ve deposited in banks across the country is safe; your insurance is secure; you can rely on the continued operation of our financial system.”

He sounded like Roosevelt who, after closing banks briefly in the first days of his presidency, stoked the embers of American optimism. “Confidence and courage are the essentials of success in carrying out our plan,” Roosevelt said. “Let us unite in banishing fear. We have provided the machinery to restore our financial system. It is up to you to support and make it work. It is your problem no less than it is mine. Together we cannot fail.”

Like Roosevelt, Obama asked Americans to unite against pessimism. “We are a nation that has seen promise amid peril, and claimed opportunity from ordeal,” Obama said. “Now we must be that nation again.”

Like Roosevelt, Obama said his government had already provided the machinery to create jobs, improve access to health care, free up credit and help struggling homeowners.

And, like Roosevelt, he challenged Americans to help fix the nation’s woes. Obama even challenged his fellow citizens to recognize their role in creating the problem. “People bought homes they knew they couldn’t afford,” Obama said, “from banks and lenders who pushed those bad loans anyway.”

He was blunt but bullish on America.

“None of this will come without cost, nor will it be easy,” he said after spelling out his agenda. “But this is America. We don’t do what’s easy. We do what is necessary to move this country forward.”

In short, he reminded people that America has always seen itself as a “shining city upon a hill,” as one of its earliest leaders, John Winthrop, put it — a metaphor that Ronald Reagan reintroduced effectively in the 1980s.

When he addressed Congress, Reagan liked to pepper the audience with average people who did extraordinary things and epitomized the American spirit. Obama borrowed that device, inviting Ty’Sheoma Bethea to join first lady Michelle Obama in the crowd.

Bethea is an eighth-grade student who wrote Congress for help in repairing her dilapidated school, telling lawmakers that she and her fellow students will rise above their conditions because, “We are not quitters.”

And that was Obama’s bottom-line message to a shaken nation. We are not quitters.

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YOU MUST MAKE YOUR OWN OPPORTUNITIES

Posted by 104Inc.com on February 20, 2009

Success doesn’t come to you.
You must go to it.
You don’t need more strength or more ability or greater opportunity.
What you need is to use what you have.
 
The golden opportunity you’re seeking is in yourself.
It’s not in your environment.
It’s not in luck or chance or the help of others.
It’s in you.
 
There will always be a new opportunity
where there is an open mind and a willing hand.
 
Open your own door to opportunity.

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Ill. Gov. arrested in Obama successor probe

Posted by 104Inc.com on December 9, 2008

CHICAGO – Federal authorities arrested Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich Tuesday on charges that he brazenly conspired to sell or trade the Senate seat left vacant by President-elect Barack Obama to the highest bidder.

Blagojevich also was charged with illegally threatening to withhold state assistance to Tribune Co., the owner of the Chicago Tribune, in the sale of Wrigley Field, according to a federal criminal complaint. In return for state assistance, Blagojevich allegedly wanted members of the paper’s editorial board who had been critical of him fired.

A 76-page FBI affidavit said the 51-year-old Democratic governor was intercepted on court-authorized wiretaps over the last month conspiring to sell or trade the vacant Senate seat for personal benefits for himself and his wife, Patti.

Otherwise, Blagojevich considered appointing himself. The affidavit said that as late as Nov. 3, he told his deputy governor that if “they’re not going to offer me anything of value I might as well take it.”

“I’m going to keep this Senate option for me a real possibility, you know, and therefore I can drive a hard bargain,” Blagojevich allegedly said later that day, according to the affidavit, which also quoted him as saying in a remark punctuated by profanity that the seat was “a valuable thing — you just don’t give it away for nothing.”

The affidavit said Blagojevich also discussed getting a substantial salary for himself at a nonprofit foundation or an organization affiliated with labor unions.

It said Blagojevich also talked about getting his wife placed on corporate boards where she might get $150,000 a year in director’s fees.

He also allegedly discussed getting campaign funds for himself or possibly a post in the president’s cabinet or an ambassadorship once he left the governor’s office. He noted becoming a U.S. senator might remake his image for a possible presidential run in 2016, according to the affidavit. And he allegedly said a Senate seat would also provide him with corporate contacts if he needed a job and present an opportunity for his wife to work as a lobbyist.

“I want to make money,” the affidavit quotes him as saying in one conversation.

The affidavit said Blagojevich expressed frustration at being “stuck” as governor and that he would have access to greater resources if he were indicted while in the U.S. Senate than while sitting as governor.

U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald said in a statement that “the breadth of corruption laid out in these charges is staggering.”

“They allege that Blagojevich put a for sale sign on the naming of a United States senator,” Fitzgerald said.”

Among those being considered for the post include U.S. Reps. Danny Davis and Jesse Jackson Jr.

Blagojevich also was charged with using his authority as governor in an attempt to squeeze out campaign contributions.

His chief of staff, John Harris, also was arrested.

Corruption in the Blagojevich administration has been the focus of a federal investigation involving an alleged $7 million scheme aimed at squeezing kickbacks out of companies seeking business from the state. Federal prosecutors have acknowledged they’re also investigating “serious allegations of endemic hiring fraud” under Blagojevich.

Political fundraiser Antoin “Tony” Rezko who raised money for the campaigns of both Blagojevich and Obama is awaiting sentencing after being convicted of fraud and other charges. Blagojevich’s chief fundraiser, Christopher G. Kelly, is due to stand trial early next year on charges of obstructing the Internal Revenue Service.

According to Tuesday’s complaint, Blagojevich schemed with Rezko, millionaire-fundraiser turned federal witness Stuart Levine and others to get financial benefits for himself and his campaign committee.

Federal prosecutors said Blagojevich and the chairman of his campaign committee have been speeding up corrupt fundraising activities in the last month to get as much money as possible before the end of the year when a new law would curtail his ability to raise contributions from companies with state contracts worth more than $50,000.

According to the affidavit, agents learned Blagojevich was seeking $2.5 million in campaign contributions by the end of the year, with a large part allegedly to come from companies and individuals who have gotten state contracts or appointments.

Blagojevich took the chief executive’s office in 2003 as a reformer promising to clean up former Gov. George Ryan’s mess.

Ryan, a Republican, is serving a 6-year prison sentence after being convicted on racketeering and fraud charges. A decade-long investigation began with the sale of driver’s licenses for bribes and led to the conviction of dozens of people who worked for Ryan when he was secretary of state and governor.

FBI spokesman Frank Bochte said federal agents arrested the governor and Harris simultaneously at their homes at 6:15 a.m. and took them to the Chicago FBI headquarters.

Bochte said he did not know if either man was handcuffed or if the governor’s family was their North Side home at the time of his arrest. He did say Blagojevich and Harris both were given time to get dressed before being taken to the headquarters.

He also did not have any details about Blagojevich’s arrest, only that he was cooperative with federal agents.

“It was a very calm setting,” he said.

The governor was to appear later Tuesday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Nan Nolan to answer the charges. The time was not immediately set.

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George, we’ve got just the job for you (Funny)!

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 5, 2008

He’s had a crack at being president – but a man of George W Bush’s talents will now surely be looking for his next big challenge. I have some ideas!

As of today, George W Bush has exactly 77 days left to put his resume in order, a difficult task complicated by the fact that whatever he’s done as president, he hasn’t done much of it lately. There aren’t many positions out there suited to a former world leader and professional lame duck, but a few high-profile vacancies have presented themselves in recent weeks, and more are bound to arise as the year draws to a close. There must be some job the man can do competently. He still has so much to give.

Leader, North Korea

It’s just possible that this position will open up soon – if it hasn’t already. Bush would no doubt enjoy the constant sabre-rattling that comes with being a key player in the axis of evil (though he should bear in mind they don’t call it that), but he might have trouble adjusting to the unstinting adulation.

Tour guide, presidential library

Yes, it’s a tradition in America to establish commemorative repositories in the home state of every former commander-in-chief, regardless of reading age or standing in the worst-presidents-of-all-time table. Since this particular library is liable to be little more than a collection of cowboy hats and signed baseballs, Bush should have no trouble showing people around. It would be highly irregular for him to walk up to the front desk and say, “Hello, my name is George Bush, this is my library, and I would like an application form,” but what are they gonna do? Say no?

Star, W: the Musical

This seemingly insane scenario is predicated on the twin suppositions that the Oliver Stone biopic will translate readily to the stage and that Bush can sing. But lots of unlikely films have been turned into musicals, and if Bush turns out to be tone deaf he can always rap his way through like Rex Harrison did in My Fair Lady. Still, it would be weird. A bit like getting Jerry Springer to star in Jerry Springer: The Opera. Actually, that isn’t such a bad idea either. Or maybe Bush could play Springer. Think of the protests.

Host, MTV Awards

There are two positions to be filled here – Russell Brand already looks doubtful for next year, and Lindsay Lohan has just been fired from hosting the MTV World Music Awards, a slightly less glamorous appointment which doesn’t require much more than the ability to read from an autocue in a hesitant and uncomprehending manner. He’s a shoo-in.

Interior minister, Iran

In the old days, the only qualification for the post was a fake degree from a made-up British institution – the previous incumbent, Ali Kordan, possessed a forged certificate for an honorary degree from “London Oxford University” – but Bush has two real degrees, a BA from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School (I know – he wears it lightly, doesn’t he?). In fact this may be the first time Bush has gone for a job for which he is supremely overqualified, but he still has some hearts and minds to win in Tehran.

Paris Hilton’s new best friend

This has never been considered a job for life, or even long-term employment, but Paris is currently in the market for someone who is “hot, who can keep up with me, and most of all, who is real, and won’t be a backstabber”. She’s also looking in London, unfortunately. But if he can do the accent well enough to fool Paris Hilton (and how hard will that be, do you think?), he might also be able to convince her that he is both hot and real. And he’s the former president of the United States of America, so it’s not as if she’ll recognise him.

Sarah Palin’s running mate, 2012

A Palin-Bush partnership could provide the Republicans with the ultimate “maverick-anti-maverick” ticket four years from now. The 22nd amendment constitution prevents a two-term president from seeking the office again, but does the US constitution say anything about him becoming vice president and then acceding to the office through the sudden incapacitation of a phenomenally unpopular president? Actually it does – the 12th amendment states that “no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States” – but does Sarah Palin know that? No. Is she going to read about it in the Times? No.

Biographer, George Bush Sr

A thorough trashing of his father’s legacy could one day see Dubya become widely regarded as only the second-worst president of the US, but he’ll need someone to check his spelling.

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A Hard Worker Knows That He Has Much To Be Grateful For

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 5, 2008

A Hard worker knows that he has much to be grateful for.

He was helped in his struggle by the angels; celestial forces placed each thing in its place, thus allowing him to give of his best.  His companions say: ‘He’s so lucky!’ And the hard worker does sometimes achieve things far beyond his capabilities.  That is why, at sunset, he kneels and gives thanks for the Protective Cloak surrounding him.

His gratitude, however, is not limited to the spiritual world; he never forgets his friends, for their blood mingled with his on the battlefield.  A hard worker does not need to be reminded of the help given him by others; he is the first to remember and he makes sure to share with them any rewards he receives.

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LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 5, 2008

I don’t know the key to success but the key to failure is to try to please everyone.   Bill Cosby

No one can cheat you out of ultimate success but you.

You must choose the thoughts and actions that will lead you on to success.
You must set your own standards.

Nothing meaningful happens by itself.  It will all come your way, once you understand that you have to make it come your way, by your own efforts.

Only you can hold yourself back, or stand in your own way.  Only you can help yourself.

Not in time, place or circumstances, but in you lies success

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ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 4, 2008

Remember to Exercise your Right to Vote

Today…….Many great men & women lost their

lives to give you this important right!      

Freedom is NOT Free!

Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.   Robert F. Kennedy

You determine your attitude.
You can respond positively or negatively to any situation.
Your attitude is not determined by circumstances,
but by how you respond to your circumstances.

Any challenge facing you is not as important as your attitude towards it,
for that will determine your success or failure.

It’s how you react to events, not the events themselves,
that determines your attitude.

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Dear Red States: From Blue States

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 4, 2008

Dear Red States:

We’ve decided we’re leaving. We intend to form our own country, and we’re taking the other Blue States with us. In case you aren’t aware, that includes California , Hawaii , Oregon , Washington , Minnesota , Wisconsin , Michigan , Illinois and the entire Northeast. We believe this split will be beneficial to the nation, and especially to the people of the new country of New California.

To sum up briefly: You get Texas , Oklahoma and all the slave states. We get stem cell research and the best beaches. We get the Statue of Liberty. You get Dollywood. We get Intel and Microsoft. You get WorldCom. We get Harvard. You get Ole’ Miss. We get 85 percent of America ‘s venture capital and entrepreneurs. You get Alabama . We get two-thirds of the tax revenue; you get to make the red states pay their fair share.

Since our aggregate divorce rate is 22 percent lower than the Christian Coalition‘s, we get a bunch of happy families. You get a bunch of single moms. Please be aware that Nuevo California will be pro-choice and anti-war, and we’re going to want all our citizens back from Iraq at once. If you need people to fight, ask your evangelicals. They have kids they’re apparently willing to send to their deaths for no purpose, and they don’t care if you don’t show pictures of their children’s caskets coming home. We do wish you success in Iraq , and hope that the WMDs turn up, but we’re not willing to spend our resources in Bush’s Quagmire.

With the Blue States in hand, we will have firm control of 80 percent of the country’s fresh water, more than 90 percent of the pineapple and lettuce, 92 percent of the nation’s fresh fruit, 95 percent of America’s quality wines, 90 percent of all cheese, 90 percent of the high tech industry, most of the U.S. low-sulfur coal, all living redwoods, sequoias and condors, all the Ivy and Seven Sister schools plus Stanford, Cal Tech and MIT. With the Red States, on the other hand, you will have to cope with 88 percent of all obese Americans (and their projected health care costs), 92 percent of all U.S. mosquitoes, nearly 100 percent of the tornadoes, 90 percent of the hurricanes, 99 percent of all Southern Baptists, virtually 100 percent of all televangelists, Rush Limbaugh, Bob Jones University, Clemson and the University of Georgia. We get Hollywood and Yosemite , thank you.

Additionally, 38 percent of those in the Red states believe Jonah was actually swallowed by a whale, 62 percent believe life is sacred unless we’re discussing the war, the death penalty or gun laws, 44 percent say that evolution is only a theory, 53 percent that Saddam was involved in 9/11 and 61 percent of you crazy bastards believe you are people with higher morals then we lefties. Finally, we’re taking the good pot, too. You can have that dirt weed they grow in Mexico .

Peace out,

Blue States

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MASTER LIFE, DON’T LET IT MASTER YOU

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 3, 2008

He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.   Tao Te Ch’ing

Some people are successful in mastering life,
while others permit life to master them.

There is a split in you that is very clear.
There is part of you that knows what you should do,
and a part of you that does what it feels like doing.

Don’t let passion drive you, let reason hold the reins.

Once you understand these opposing forces warring within you,
with this knowledge of the truth: you no longer remain a slave.
A clear understanding of this will make you the master of your life.

Resistance is your thoughts transformed into feelings.
Change the thoughts that create the resistance,
and there is no more resistance.

Are you controlled by your thoughts or are you controlling your thoughts?
If you do not conquer self, you will be conquered by self.

If you are ruled by your mind, you are a king, if by your body, a slave.

 

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