The Myth of Forgiveness by Dr John Demartini

By Dr Demartini > Source Have you ever noticed that anything you say ‘I forgive you’ for you keep attracting into your life, and anything you say ‘I’m sorry’ for, you keep doing? Whenever you say, “I’m sorry I’m late, honey,” you’ll continue doing it. Why? Because anything you apologize…

Read more »

Offline Traffic Tactics :: Part 5

Post ads on bulletin boards Bulletin boards are underused tools. They are simple to use and free. Post a flyer on one for a boost in sales. Make sure you get permission, though, and follow the rules. Be a part of the Sunday paper The Sunday newspaper is the most…

Read more »

Offline Traffic Tactics :: Part 4

Team up with a local business Find a local business that complements your business and see if the owner wouldn’t mind working with you. You can give the business an online presence and you can use them offline. You can trade business cards and even team up for package deals….

Read more »

Offline Traffic Tactics :: Part 3

Print up tee shirts Tee shirts are great advertising tools. Think about how many times you have stopped to read someone’s t-shit. Now think about how amazing that could be for your business. Pass out bumper stickers Bumper stickers are a cheap way to get your business name out there….

Read more »

Offline Traffic Tactics :: Part 2

Use direct mailings Direct mail is a proven method of advertising. You can make highly targeted mailings and reach your customers with a fairly inexpensive method of marketing. Start up a telemarketing campaign Telemarketing is a very effective. It is also something you can do on your own so it…

Read more »

Offline Traffic Tactics :: Part 1

Here are some great ways to create traffic using offline methods Guest star on a radio talk show Radio talk shows are hot these days and make a great platform for you to get your name out there. Get yourself on television Do a local television show as a guest….

Read more »

Mobile phones get cyborg vision

WATCH THE VIDEO! Augmented Reality (AR) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8193951.stm Zoe Kleinman tries out software that uses a phone’s camera to tell you where the nearest London Underground station is. Acrossair processes GPS data and information from an iPhone’s accelerometer – the component that measures the amount that a device is tilted. It…

Read more »

The iPhone 3G Review

The iPhone is one of the most popular tools to date. It was first released in 2007 and was one of the most advanced touch screen phones available. Other companies also followed, using relatively the same features to contend with the iPhone. Recently, iPhone 3G was also launched, taking the…

Read more »