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How to Write a Press Release?

December 28th, 2012

Marketing

What is a press release? News to the media, prepared in a journalistic manner and from the point of view of the media. A press release is structured as follows: header, headline, lead, body copy, and boilerplate. Press releases are distributed simultaneously to all selected media by mail, fax, and increasingly by e-mail. Commercial press-release distribution services are also used to distribute press releases. How to write a press release? Decide why you are writing a press release ...
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Are You Trading Future/option and Currency With the Right Charting Service?

December 26th, 2012

Business

Fact: If 100 people were to start trading for the first time today,only 20 of them would be trading after 1 year. After 5 years there would be 5 left. Why: Because the single most difficult decision a trader must make is when to pull the trigger - and most traders simply do not have the experience, or the nerve, to get it right more often than not. Technical Analysts need charting services to help them make confident decisions, and giving themselves the BEST possible chance of identifying an ...
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L.a. Web Designers: Two Dimensions of Interactive

December 25th, 2012

Marketing

Once upon a time, in the Neanderthal age of web marketing, a "designer" was a guy who could scan and post a few pages of a company's brochure and annual report, adding a button that offered "click here for more information." In its next evolution, web design developed from internet cave painting to sophisticated graphic art, and designers added drop-down menus that offered "a, b, c, and all of the above." The majority of corporate websites still emphasize visual appeal, the "wow" factor, over ...
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Buffett's Value Investing Style

December 12th, 2012

Business

Warren Buffett is the world famous stock market guru. Recently, he bought stakes of General Electric Co (GE) and Goldman Sachs Group. General Electric Co (GE) is a technology and services giant company which is listed in Dow Jones board; whereas, Goldman Sachs Group (GS) is a financial heavyweight company, which is listed in New York Security Exchange (NYSE). Through his famous investment company; Bershire Hathaway, Buffett invested US$8bil in these two companies. His action startled many ...
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Free Instant Credit Report: Appropriate Way to Know Your Financial Condition

December 10th, 2012

Finance

How and when you will know about the status of your financial condition? The answer obviously is simple; you will opt for credit reports. A credit report essentially keeps a track on all your financial dealings of a particular year. The report generally is prepared by the credit bureaus, which constantly monitor your financial activities. Free instant credit report too is meant to provide you a detailed report about how to maintain your financial well being. This report is absolutely free and ...
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Rating the Insurance Companies

December 8th, 2012

Finance

Has it occurred to you that it’s not very fair when insurance companies start poking around your life. They want to know how well you drive your vehicle, what you have in your home worth protecting, how likely you are to fall sick and, most cheerfully, when you think you’re going to die. There’s no part of your life they don’t investigate and build into their models for deciding how much to charge you as a premium in your latest policy. So you retaliate. Instead of blindly picking a ...
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The Three-ingredient Recipe for Cooking Up Profits

December 2nd, 2012

Finance

Natalie's Three-Ingredient Investment Recipe for Cooking Up Profits 1. Start with what you know and love. 2. Pick the leader in the sector (in real estate, it's location, location, location). 3. Buy low; sell high (easy to say; hard to do). Any time a potential investment seems too complicated and twists your mind into endless debates, go back to the simplicity of this formula. If it doesn't pass this test, just say, "Not now." You still need more information before you can make a well-informed ...
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