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Forum Marketing – Using Forums To Market Your Products And Services

June 11th, 2009

Forum marketing is a great way for instant visitors. It is possible to make sales directly from a forum board, but only in certain situations. You can probably get instant sales by posting ads within the forum where it is allowed. In most cases however, it is a good idea to setup your signature to flow the traffic to your info site first. Word of mouth will generate much more quickly for a free and useful web site.

It is profitable compare to any other marketing services. What you should do when first joined a new forum such as creating a good profile. Warnings telling you that posting too much can be a lost for you. Moreover, the steps to make forum marketing successful and the importance of forum based marketplaces will be told. It also reveal why you should first start selling your products in forums and what technique you should use. Tips for forum based marketplaces such as try to give resale rights, some special offer only for that forum. How can you produce more quality products and how to keep your previous consumer to support on your next products.

To do forum marketing, you find good, well populated forums that relate to your niche. You simply participate in those forums, and include a signature file at the bottom of all of your posts, that lead people to your website. Forum marketing does not take much time at all, once you’ve found the forums that you want to participate in. Again, these are slow, but effective (and free) ways to generate traffic. But no matter how slow they are, they are essential to your overall online business because of the virility of these techniques, and the credibility that it gives you.

Forum marketing is an awesome way to get free traffic, there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it. Visitors (Read more ...)

Neuroliminal: A New Tool for Solving Brain Problems

June 11th, 2009

Neuroliminal – A New Tool for Solving Brain Problems

By Phil Bate PhD

There’s a new kid on the block. I invented it, and named it “Neuroliminal”. It’s simple to use and costs a small fraction of the cost of clinical Neurofeedback (AKA EEG and HEG Biofeedback).

Neurofeedback (aka EEG biofeedback) has over the past 40 years been proven to be the most effective “brain training” for virtually allmental or brain problems, including::

ADD/ADHD//Autism
Depression
Insomnia
Epilepsy
Anxiety
Schizophrenia
Addictions
PTSD
Fibromyalgia

When combined with HEG Biofeedback, the results for Autism, Stroke Recovery, and Brain Damage are considerably improved. (Many of the more serious ADD/ADHD cases are closer to the Autism area and misdiagnosed).

Such a biofeedback combination (called Neurofeedback) is now used by many clinicians for all the above. The only real drawback is cost. The EEG and HEG electronic machines are expensive, and clinicians charge from a low of $75 up to $250 per half hour session. Typical number of sessions for ADD/ADHD is 40-60. with an average cost of $4000.

Some Autism cases have required up to 200 sessions for good improvement. The same (or more) holds true for HEG BF added. While this therapy is definitely the best, it is also completely out of the range of mid and low income families. Their only economical choice is Ritalin and other dangerous drugs, as Neurofeedback is not usually covered by insurance.

What does EEG Biofeedback actually do?

In actual practice it’s absurdly simple. Brain waves are obtained by contact sensors, amplified a million or so times, then filtered to separate out various (Read more ...)

JFK Airport Shuttle Advice for Booking Cheap Flights Online

June 11th, 2009

The internet has made it a lot easier to find your own flight, hotel room, car rental and detailed information on activities offered in a specific destination. Rather than calling the airline directly, you can do a bit of browsing online to get up to date, relevant information on all kinds of vacation destinations.

It also makes sense to book online. Not only are the fares often lower, but you avoid the booking fee which is now assessed by most of the airlines if you book over the phone with an agent. This fee usually varies from $5 to $15 per transaction. Even basic trips with frequent flyer miles can now be booked online, thus avoiding the booking fee.

The biggest and most well known of the travel websites still account for much of the online airfare business and are all fairly easy to use. You input your departure and destination city, dates of travel and number of passengers. In just a moment, you have your results on the screen in front of you. In some cases, several pages of results appear so be sure to check them carefully; the cheapest of the options is usually the first one in the display.

Although it???s easy to find and book cheap flights online, there are some strategies that can help you get an even lower fare. Flexibility is important to getting the lowest airfare. Not only the time of year and the day of the week you travel, but even the time of day can make a difference. Traveling at inconvenient times such as early morning or overnight can lower the airfare; and in many international markets, midweek travel is cheaper than weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) travel. Combining airlines or flying in and out of two different cities is nearly always more expensive.

When searching for cheap flights online, always indicate (Read more ...)

Programming with VCL objects

June 11th, 2009

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a natural extension of structured programming. OOP requires that you use good programming practices and makes it very easy for you to do so. The result is clean code that is easy to extend and simple to maintain.

Once you create an object for an application, you and other programmers can then use that same object in other applications. Reusing objects can greatly cut your development time and increase productivity for yourself and others.

This section explains what you need to know about objects to use C++Builder effectively. If you want to create new components and put them on the C++Builder Component palette, see the Creating custom components section of the Developer’s guide.

These are the primary topics discussed in this section:

What is an object?
Inheriting data and code from a class
Object scope
Assigning values to object variables
Creating nonvisual objects

Before reading this section, you should know how to design a user interface for your application using the C++Builder tools, how a C++Builder project is structured, and how to handle events.

What is an object?
An object is an instance of a class that wraps up data and code all into one bundle. Before OOP, code and data were treated as separate elements.

Think of the work involved to assemble a bicycle if you have all the bicycle parts and a list of instructions for the assembly process. This is analogous to writing a Windows program from scratch without using objects. C++Builder gives you a head start on “building your bicycle” because it already gives you many of the “preassembled bicycle parts”–the C++Builder forms and components.

An object is a specific (Read more ...)

5 Unique Ways to Market with Postcards

June 11th, 2009

Postcards are a popular way for businesses to market themselves. They are inexpensive, easy to mail out, and can get your message across almost instantly. But even these days, so many marketing options are overdone. Thankfully, here is a look at some ways that you can market yourself effectively using postcards.

Promote a Show

If you are an entertainer, then you know how important it is to get people to see your shows. Much of your revenue will come from the show itself and whatever products you sell as souvenirs. Therefore, you want to get the word out as much as possible so you can strive for a sold out show. If you have a mailing list, send out postcards to fans who have been to your show before and that live within the area. If your mailing list is small, then you can send postcards out to all of your fans.

Go for Wholesale

If your product is something that can be sold wholesale, then you need to find a way to professionally present your product in a unique fashion that will help it to stand out from other businesses. While a full color product catalog would be anyone???s first choice for displaying their wares, this can be a very expensive project and out of the realm of possibility for an upcoming business.

Postcards, on the other hand, are very inexpensive to produce and can highlight products and prices. You can also use postcards as a way to screen readers to find those who would actually buy from your catalog. Send the postcard to the entire mailing list, but then only send the catalog to those people who actually respond. This way, you will know that your advertising dollars are going to the right people.

Showcase Your Work

If you are an artist and have work being shown in a gallery, then (Read more ...)