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Take action: Send a butterfly of hope to women and girls in Nicaragua

“The butterfly (la mariposa) for us is a symbol of the desire to realise our dreams, spread our wings… fighting with the strength of our rights.” Martha Munguiá, Nicaraguan Alliance of Women’s Centres Rape and sexual abuse is widespread in Nicaragua, and two-thirds of reported rapes are against girls and young women under the age […]

Neotrope Joins Sponsors of Self-Publishers Online Conference 2010

Edited by Debra Tone Authors Receive Self-Publisher Education and Book Promotion Discounts at Virtual Conference. TORRANCE, Calif., April 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Neotrope today announced it has joined in sponsoring the second annual Self-Publishers Online Conference (SPOC), a three-day virtual event that features a total of 15 expert speakers, and which will take place May […]

How to interact with Twitter

A lot of people, and that includes me, do not exactly understand how Twitter works, as it is quite confusing in many ways.  But I stumbled upon an interesting article that more or less explains the various types of conversations that go on and how to blend in. That said, I’m a couple of months […]

A fun message is viral

On the site of American Small business is an article from Paul Boomer with an video example how to get your message effectively across the internet with. It is all about creating a compelling, fun video commercial which people will want to share with their friends and colleagues.  Let’s face it, most commercials are dead […]

Elevator Pitch: how to present yourself in 1 minute

Excellent video on how to present yourself and your business in a minute.  The setting in this video is an elevator where an entrepreneur gets the chance to convince investors to buy into his idea to a couple of experts. John Daymond, co-founder of FUBU, is now an experienced advisor on both business and positive […]

Miracle Tutorials organizes a Video Watermark Contest

Watermarking videos ensures that wherever a video is pulled in, the viewer knows who made it.  Therefore, if your video has important information, viewers will be able to find you and visit your site. That is why watermarking, or rather burn marking is important if you put videos on the internet. To celebrate Spring after […]

Be contagious, be yourself on video

Krizia, a regular contributor to articles on beauty and fashion for WomenCorp has created such a joyous video that I really have to show you.  This is a prime example of a being-yourself-video. It is genuine, it is funny and therefore it is real and convincing.  I haven’t even seen the show she is talking […]

You want to know who steals your copywriting?

Plagiarism is becoming a big problem.  Especially since blogging is now big business, entrepreneurs are driven to post articles nearly on a daily basis and that doesn’t always work out so easy.  As a result, some of them resort to “lending” some good content somewhere else.  As long as they mention the source or at […]

Unbiased review on WordPress & Joomla

If you ever wanted to know what the fuss is about content management systems and which of the popular ones you are supposed to pick out, here is an unbiased review of Joomla vs WordPress from Miracle Tutorials.  This is not one of those techno speak articles, this is an approach from the viewpoint of […]

BlogtalkRadio: social, free and easy

There is a wonderful social network called BlogTalkRadio.  Basically, you can record your own radio talkshow with just a phone and a computer.  The service records your talk show through the phone with a number of guests/listeners (max 5) and that show is then automatically published on BlogTalk Radio.  Yet, you can also publish the […]

How to surf cost-effective on the internet

It is quite common these days that you need to have several websites open at the same time do to your tasks.  The tabbed window feature is therefore a great gift from the creators of Firefox who introduced this functionality quite some years ago. And now, there is a tool that remembers the tabs and […]

For video an extra hard drive is no luxury – part II

Since there is still an enormous evolution in external hard drives, information becomes stale while you write it, so here is an update on the subject that starts with a question from one of my pupils: “I didn’t know hard drives can die on me so quickly” Any piece of hardware can die on you […]

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