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Blog Author: Terri Pattio
Are you worried about spelling and grammar when you post blogs and ads?
Maybe you should be.
Remember your teachers and mothers giving you "the look" when you made a mistake?
Well, many people are giving you that look, but since they're viewing it online, you can't see it, so you don't know it. Whenever you make a mistake in grammar, spelling, or punctuation, you're making someone cringe. You're giving the impression of either an inadequate education or a bad…Continue
Do you find yourself doing the same thing day in and day out? Plugging away at your job, then coming home and plugging away at your online business. Plug, plug, plug; you feel like a plumber. And where is it getting you? Nowhere, if your online business website isn't making you memorable. Other people are just as tired when they get home, so they might…Continue
I see people who come to Syndication Express, post a few blogs, then disappear. They don't read, let alone comment, on other people's blogs, but expect everyone else to read, comment and share their blogs so their ranking will go up.
This reminds me of an off-line networking system, sometimes known as the cocktail party. There's always one guy who comes in, starts talking and won't let anyone else talk. He assumes that everyone else should pay attention to what he has to say, since he…Continue
Another chapter in the ongoing saga of being a mom. Sometimes my son will look at me and tell me not to bother saying it, because he knows what I'm going to say, and I tell him, consider it said. We always offer our kids advice about life in hopes they'll learn from our mistakes and not have to make them all themselves.
Let me know what your mom always told you!
1. Just do it!
2. If you've been given a talent, it's your responsibility to use it.
I'm glad you liked the first part of my book. Here's another installment for your viewing pleasure.
Things you mother told you: See how many sayings our moms had in common!
1. If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all.
2. If everyone else jumped off a cliff, would you jump too?
3. Money doesn't grow on trees.
4. You can do anything you set your mind to, and work hard enough.
5. I'm sure she had a good…
I don't know about you, but even when I could see better I had trouble with navy and black. For one thing, black does not always match other blacks. There are brownish blacks, purplish blacks and really black blacks. Just try putting them together in bright sunshine. Navy has the same problem. Purplish navy, grayish navy, greenish navy- you see what I mean? A color which would look good with black doesn't always look good with navy, and you want to make sure you wear the navy suit or…
OK, you have started an online marketing business selling a product or service. The company gave you a splash page for free! Hold on - let’s talk about splash pages. Open it up and take a good long look. You may see lots of moving words, large words, and large pictures. But look at the part that is unique to you: a little picture of you (maybe) and your name. Your name is probably in the smallest letter size of the whole page.
Now imagine the customer. Someone suggested this site or…Continue
I'm not sure where I picked up this little clipping, but I have it on my fridge. I thought it might remind you of things your mom used to tell you, which I call Momisms.
Don’t hit people.
Put things back where you found them.
Clean up your own mess.
Don’t take things that don’t belong to you.
Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody.
Wash your hands before you eat.
Warm cookies and cold…Continue
Many people are turned off by blogs and texts with bad grammar and spelling. With the abundance of texting on smartphones and the new contractions created for it, the stigma of "bad grammar=low intelligence" is not as persuasive as before, yet it still remains. If you want to be taken seriously in the highly competitive world of network marketing, you need to be a cut above the rest. One way to do this is to use good spelling and good grammar. English is a very…Continue
Having been legally blind for eleven years now and still owning all my fingers, I thought I'd share some of my ideas to help others, not just the blind ones either, to keep their fingers and still use sharp knives.
Of course the name of the game is protection, without compromising performance whenever possible. If it gets too frustrating to use, the best safety gizmo stays in the drawer. Keeping your attention on what you're doing is important as well; start thinking about…