November 2008 Blog Posts (50)

Bruce Lee plays ping pong with nunchuck.flv

WOW!! Bruce Lee plays ping pong with… Continue

Added by Vincent Wright on November 29, 2008 at 11:13pm — No Comments

Transform your desktop into a training tool with Jing Project

One of things that I do on regular basis is use screen capture software to capture portions of my computer desktop which then I can embed into presentations, videos, training materials, information products, and more.



Today I wanted to share a powerful, easy to use tool that I use to capture images from my desktop and create narrated video. If you do any sort of presentations, software demonstrations, or support, then this tool is fantastic. Best of all, it is free.



The… Continue

Added by Tim Fahndrich on November 29, 2008 at 6:00pm — No Comments

E-Mail direct marketing ad attack.

Yesterday newsletters, today e-mail advertisements.



If you have ever dabbled in direct mail marketing attacks you can easily apply the same basic principles to an e-mail marketing attack but the time-line results will be that much shorter and less expensive. Then of course e-mail is fast. Production time is minimal, receiving time is instant and response to your message will either be in 24 hours or less or it’s not coming.



All these things are important in a down-turned… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 26, 2008 at 10:49am — No Comments

Just a thought

Why is is that the people who complain about spending tooo much money will not entertain any ideas about SAVING MONEY.

Added by Kellie Lynne on November 25, 2008 at 1:53pm — No Comments

What You Can Do to Survive the Credit Crunch!

Review the financials and balance sheets of key suppliers

Expand purchasing/finance risk assessment projects

Intensify supplier audits

Tighten supplier-rating programs

Tighten credit policies with suppliers

Reevaluate in-house inventory and future stock needs

Reopen new-supplier development programs

Reopen/rewrite supply agreements for 2009

Initiate new materials-cost reduction efforts

Review and revise manufacturing and buying… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 25, 2008 at 9:48am — No Comments

Free Teleclass: Network Your Way through the Holidays

Free Teleclass: Network Your Way through the Holidays



Please join me:



"Network Your Way through the Holidays --

With style, class and ease!"




- Entrepreneurs - Small Business Owners - Network Merketers -

- Home-based Businesses - Direct Sales Professionals -





Register here:… Continue

Added by Jason Rosado on November 24, 2008 at 11:31am — No Comments

Interesting Idea for Twitter

I just had a strange idea for Twitter, but I don't really know *how* to implement or *why*... There should be a reason to do it. Maybe someone can help me with that.



My idea: Have a virtual 'treasure hunt' through Twitter, going through different posts to find keywords or phrases, or even just different Twitter members... It would be fun, but again, it should be more than just 'fun.' There should be maybe a prize at the end, for the person who wins (finds all of the posts first). I… Continue

Added by Robin Burgoon on November 22, 2008 at 7:34am — 1 Comment

How to Keep The Creative Juices Flowing

Cold weather tip: Letting the Faucet Drip Will Prevent Freeze-up



When you live up north, a faucet that was not dripping was the sign of a frozen pipe in the possible near future. The same goes for advertising and marketing work. You have to keep the creative faucet dripping. You have to keep ideas moving and your psyche motivated. When we feel our ideas can't flow, we will literally stop trying. It got me to wondering, if cold weather freezes pipes, what freezes up… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 21, 2008 at 2:00pm — No Comments

A Day in the life of Larson

How do I do what I do?



What does your day look like? Is it a freefall or highly structured. Do you work off of a list or run out off the seat of your pants?



For me, I usually wake up at somewhere between 4:30 and 5:00 am. The coffee is ready thanks to a timer on the coffee pot.



My day starts with the reading of 1 Trade Magazine or Journal in a clients industry (not my own) by then my paper boy the famous Channo Banardo (do you know the name of your paper boy?)… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 21, 2008 at 12:37pm — No Comments

Why Use Email Marketing

Companies across all industries are devoting more of their time, resources, and budgets to email marketing. Email typically costs less than other direct marketing channels and the return exceeds most other initiatives. This year, the average return for every dollar spent on email marketing was $45.06. Compared to non-email Internet marketing's return of $19.94, direct response newspaper advertising's $16.86, non-catalog direct mail's $15.55, telemarketing's $8.61, and catalog marketing's $7.28,… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 21, 2008 at 9:59am — No Comments

Brand American and Barack Obama

During the last eight years, "Brand America" has taken a bit of a beating. With two wars being waged under the Bush administration, some in other countries have come to see the U.S. as a global bully, uninterested in what the rest of the world has to say. At times, that attitude has rubbed off on U.S.-based companies, making their jobs harder. With the rest of the world quite obviously pulling for Barack Obama in the recent presidential race, will his election change perceptions… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 21, 2008 at 9:56am — No Comments

Best Weight Loss Plan Review - Strip That Fat

Are You Living Through Diet “Hell”...Really, What Does it Take to Finally Achieve the Weight Loss Goals That You Have Always Wanted?



When you think of weight loss and losing weight, the first things that probably come to your mind are either those "lose weight overnight!!" articles that are in every magazine and newspaper in the world that never work and are written by some personal training idiot that has no idea what they're talking about...



Or maybe… Continue

Added by Louis Jeffries on November 21, 2008 at 8:59am — No Comments

Do You Need a Perfect Gift ? Do You Need a Last Minute Gift?

Gifts.com Gift Cards



The Gifts.com Gift Card is the perfect gift—fast, easy, personalized, and sure to please since it offers the choice of more than a hundred premier merchants. Perfect for any occasion such as holidays, birthdays, weddings, showers and just about anything else! They are quick, convenient and can be emailed, so they are perfect for last-minute shopping! With the gift.com gift card, the opportunities are endless!… Continue

Added by Louis Jeffries on November 20, 2008 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Your Path to Financial Freedom

I have GREAT and POSITIVE news to share with you!



You can take 5 bucks (the same cost of a foot-long, as seen on TV), and place a one-time investment into the The Bold Approach, Suceess Systems for Life and end up with a lifetime residual income.



I know it sounds CRAZY, but check it out yourself!



STEP 1.) is to join up and pay your $5.00 (One-Time Payment) and get 3 friends to do the same!



The Bold… Continue

Added by Jodee on November 20, 2008 at 2:15pm — No Comments

A Better "L-Word": Calling All Learners (Correcting The "Lurkers" Misnomer)

Ahem!

One of the blessings of being Founder/Moderator/Chief Encouragement Officer of www.MyVirtualPowerForum.com is that not only do I get a chance to share my thoughts with lots of great people from around the world BUT ALSO I get a chance TO LEARN A LOT!



Sometimes, learning a lot from the power forum comes in a

straightforward introduction to new, previously unknown facts about business, careers, life, etc.



And, um, sometimes learning comes in the form of being… Continue

Added by Vincent Wright on November 20, 2008 at 11:49am — No Comments

Why wait for a new President?

Happily, President-elect Obama has already co-sponsored trade laws to hold China accountable for its currency transgressions.



Obama's Blueprint For Change http://www.barackobama.com/pdf/ObamaBlueprintForChange.pdf includes renegotiating free trade agreements to include environmental and safety standards on par with the U.S. to level the playing field for U.S. manufacturers.



The plan includes reducing the U.S.' dependence on foreign oil by broadening the country's energy… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 20, 2008 at 10:16am — No Comments

P&G Executive Not Sure Marketers Belong on Facebook

Social networks may never find the ad dollars they're hunting for because they don't really have a right to them, said Ted McConnell, general manager-interactive marketing and innovation at Procter & Gamble Co.



In a talk to the Digital Non-Conference, a program by Cincinnati's Digital Hub Initiative presented by the Ad Club of Cincinnati and attended by about 190 people, Mr. McConnell pointed to the drumbeat of complaints about social networks being unable to monetize their… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 19, 2008 at 10:03am — No Comments

UPS releases new rates for 2009

UPS announced its new shipping rates for 2009, which will include an average 5.9% increase for group packages, as well as an average increase of 4.9% on air express and US Shipments sent abroad. The new rates take effect on January 5, 2009. UPS Freight announced a general rate increase of 5.9% which customers will be able to download the new rates and service guide at ups.com/rates beginning on December 18th.



Last month FedEx announced it Express package and freight rates will… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 18, 2008 at 9:40am — No Comments

The Week Ahead for November 17-20, 2008

Monday: October Industrial Production

Tuesday: October Producer Price Index

Wednesday: October Consumer Price Index, Federal Reserve Meeting Minutes, October Housing Starts

Thursday: Weekly Initial Jobless Claims, October Leading Economic Indicators

Friday:



Larson note: Big reporting week to say the least. Look for positives in pricing and negative in production and housing. Then go back and look at your short term business plan… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on November 17, 2008 at 9:56am — No Comments

Merging Social Media Sites...

With so very many, many, many sites there are some small sites with very good ideas but, budgets and, therefore, memberships are too small. So, to me, it stands to reason that since founders of social media sites are likely pretty good at networking they'd consider merging their social media sites in order to stimulate greater growth.



Ever hear of small social media sites merging?



+Thanks, and Keep STRONG!!…



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Added by Vincent Wright on November 15, 2008 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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