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Someone You Know is an Addict

Someone You Know is an Addict

• May 2, 2012 • Comments (0)

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It’s estimated that approximately one in five people are born with an addictive personality – meaning they are vulnerable to becoming addicted to a substance or behavior.  This means that there is an excellent chance that someone you know – a friend or family member – is suffering, perhaps secretly, with an addiction problem.
The most [...]

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Category: Addiction

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Lucid SEO 2012 – Free For The First Time

Lucid SEO 2012 – Free For The First Time

• May 2, 2012 • Comments (0)

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The Strategy That Attracted Over 1.6 Million Visitors!

A short while ago I update the Lucid SEO manual – it’s got some new links, some updated info, and I’ve streamlined it even further to make it as simple and straightforward as possible.
I quietly placed it on sale a couple of days ago for $27, but that’s [...]

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Category: SEO

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Blog Management

Blog Management

• April 24, 2012 • Comments (0)

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It’s common practice these days for business owners to hire someone to install a customized blog, only to let the finished product languish as the struggle to create new content is realized.
My solution is to provide, not just a blog installation and setup service, but also ongoing management and blog post creation.
For more information give [...]

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Category: Blogging, Ghostwriting, Outsourcing

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Ghostwriting Service

Ghostwriting Service

• April 24, 2012 • Comments (0)

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Writing on someone else’s behalf is a privilege I take very seriously.
The first step is to collate the client’s store of knowledge through email exchanges, telephone conversations, or seminar transcripts.
After that I study the client’s existing content (video, blog posts, emails, etc.) to get a sense of their style and speech patterns.
After writing the article, [...]

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Category: Ghostwriting, Outsourcing

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Digital Publishing (Apple, Kindle, Android)

Digital Publishing (Apple, Kindle, Android)

• April 24, 2012 • Comments (0)

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I don’t like to say “no” to a client.
So when I was asked if I could arrange for MDC to appear on the Amazon Kindle and Apple Newsstands, despite having no experience in this area, I said…
“I’ll see what I can do.”
Just over two months later, the Kindle version of MDC appeared on the Amazon [...]

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Category: Ghostwriting, Outsourcing

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Magazine Production and Management

Magazine Production and Management

• April 24, 2012 • Comments (0)

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Producing a magazine is easy.
Producing a new magazine every month, from scratch, and to the same high standard as your first issue . . .
That’s much more difficult.
When I first became involved with MDC, the magazine was produced entirely in-house and was taking up time and resources that needed to be focused elsewhere.  After a [...]

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Category: Ghostwriting, Outsourcing

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Product Creation Service

Product Creation Service

• April 24, 2012 • Comments (0)

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If you’ve ever tried your hand at outsourcing then you’d be forgiven for wondering what the fuss is about.
Although it’s often described as a productivity solution that will free up your time for more important things, the reality is usually a time sucking headache as you struggle to find reliable suppliers and effectively co-ordinate their [...]

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Category: Articles, Outsourcing

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Should I Hire a Professional Writer?

Should I Hire a Professional Writer?

• March 7, 2012 • Comments (1)

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Elance and the like are full of people who want to hire English-speaking, University-educated, highly-verbose, lightning-fast, professional writers… for $0.01 per word.
Writers, who preferably, also have hands-on experience in some niche skill, with which they could earn hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, but that they’ve given up to pursue a career in writing [...]

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Category: Articles, Ghostwriting, Outsourcing

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Do What You Love

Do What You Love

• November 1, 2011 • Comments (1)

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Sometimes you have no choice but to do jobs that you don’t enjoy, but if you have a choice you’re far better doing what you love.
Some will argue that, first and foremost, you should do what you’re good at, but most of the time that’s the same thing.  If we’re good at something it’s often [...]

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Category: Entrepreneurialism, Success

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I Want to Queue…

I Want to Queue…

• July 25, 2011 • Comments (2)

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It’s a long-standing stereotype that British people love to queue.
It’s not so much that we love it – we moan about it as much as anyone else – more that we accept the polite conventions of queuing, such as maintaining a healthy distance from the person in front of you, tutting quietly (while inwardly seething) [...]

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Category: Articles, Just For Fun

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