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Creating a Realistic Wedding Budget While Still Having the Wedding of Your Dreams by Mia LeCron
... What this list is meant to show you are the areas you need to give consideration to in your planning. You have to make a list of all of the things that you will need to get in order to fulfill your wedding hopes. This is necessary in order to know if what you dream of can even be afforded within your set budget. If it can’t, you will have to do any or all of the following: Lower the guest list, Forego some of the services, Lessen the wedding party, or Forget the extras like limos.

3 Ways to Increase Conversion Rates by Nick Usborne
... Or free gift wrapping. Guarantee it Direct marketers know that buyers are often nervous about buying over the phone or by mailing an envelope. So they wrap everything up in a guarantee. Be delighted or get your money back. Online we also know that many people feel nervous about parting with their money over the Internet, particularly if it is the first time they have bought something at our site. But where are our guarantees? Too often they are found in the small print somewhere, ...

Get Indexed by Google's Googlebot Right Away, the Right Way by Andrei Smith
... Give every single page on the site a complete and meaningful title. This is also directly from Google's Webmaster Guidelines. See Rule #1. Incidentally, for those who are fascinated by the debates on the death of the Meta Tags, thetag is not a Meta Tag, but a required element for every page. The "title" tag is supported by every web creation tool out there, and goes in the header of a web page (between the "head" and the "/head" tags). Google offers the 'allintitle' syntax, which lets users ...

How Do I Know If I've Been Bugged? by Monty Henry
... Be very suspicious of any kind of pen, marker, briefcase, calculator, "post-it" dispenser, power adapter, pager, cell phone, cordless phone, clock, radio, lamp, and so on that is given as a gift. That little gift the salesman left for you may be a serious hazard. 17. A small bump or deformation has appeared on the vinyl baseboard near the floor. Strong indicator that someone may have concealed covert wiring or a microphone imbedded into the adhesive which holds the molding to the wall.

Do Your Kids a Favor - Take Away the Calculator by Joe Pagano
... Moreover, the exercise the brain gets from doing mental arithmetic is well worth any effort expended as such activity pays very nice dividends in the form of a sharper wit. So do your kids a favor, parents. Take away the calculator and let your kids do their math homework without it. They may struggle at first, and they may not like this deal; but before long they will be thanking you for giving them the gift of a lifetime: the ability to succeed at math and the joy that comes from doing so.

Wedding Planning: Benefits of Online Wedding RSVPs by Jennifer Benson
... 2) No more worries about lost or delayed RSVP cards in the mail. There's a variety of online wedding RSVP systems available on the internet, varying in price and features, which gives you a wide selection to choose from! Some companies offer advanced online options, while others provide basic but functional RSVP forms. Take advantage of the flexible and accessible options that online wedding RSVPs offer to directly benefit you and your wedding guests!

5 Paths To $100,000 Per Year Part 2: Fast Freddie's Way by Sean Farrington
... To Freddie’s’ dismay he finds that his 2500 fans giving him $15 each yields him a fat $37,500 per year just for joining his well thought out Insiders Club. In case you are following along on the math – Freddy took the yearly due of $15 and multiplied it by the total number of fans that Freddy had in his club, which is 2500 fans. When you hit the “equal” button your calculator would undoubtedly show $37,500. Now as good as Freddie is at getting people to join his club, he was not as good at ...

The Jewelry Drawer by Helen Brown
... I long to see them because they belonged to people I loved, yet each one of them plunges a skewer in my heart: a dress ring that belonged to a beloved aunt; chunky necklaces Mum looked great in but nobody has been able to wear with her aplomb since; Dad’s old watch; a plastic tiki, the last gift received from a child before he suddenly died. Impossible to throw away, these relics are placed in their own special box. Perhaps one day, someone will glance at them, assume they have no value and ...

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