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The Housing Bust Is Still Kicking

By Charles Delvalle | 03/22/2008

The biggest drag on the stock market this year can be summed up in one word: Housing. And though many gurus are trying to call a bottom in the housing market, they’re dead wrong.

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How to Get Your Sweet Fix Without Sabotaging Your Health

By Ellison, M.Sc. | 03/22/2008

By Shane “The People’s Chemist” Ellison If you could make one simple change in your diet to help you melt fat, sleep better, and improve your memory … wouldn’t you do it? What if that same simple dietary change could increase your energy, conquer depression, save your eyesight, restore your…

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The Language Perfectionist: A Comprise Winner

By Don Hauptman | 03/22/2008

Among the many misused words in the English language, one of the most common is surely comprise.

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Learning About Charts

By Rick Pendergraft | 03/21/2008

When it comes to short-term trading, I base most of my decisions on technical analysis, and then use sentiment analysis as a secondary driver.

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Creating Your Site’s Personality to Turbo-Charge Sales

By Yanik Silver | 03/21/2008

Most people’s websites are B-O-R-I-N-G! I’m talking zzzzzzzzz city! That’s no way to distinguish yourself in a competitive market. If you want people to remember your site and keep coming back to it again and again, it has to project a unique personality. Two of my favorite examples: Demotivation.com and…

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Coffee Ain’t So Bad After All!

By Dr. Jonny Bowden | 03/20/2008

People who already drink a lot of coffee don’t have to feel ‘guilty’ as long as coffee does not affect their daily life.

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How to Grow an Event-Promotion Business

By Paul Lawrence | 02/14/2008

You can start an event promotion business for as little as $100, and it can make thousands in a single night, while offering opportunities for expansion.

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The Trouble With Cold-Calling

By Bob Bly | 02/13/2008

I won’t deny that cold-calling can work. Yet in 99 out of 100 cases, my advice is never to do it.

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The Most Important Part of Marketing

By Bob Bly | 01/29/2008

The “most important” part of marketing will have the greatest effect on sales, and it’s not the copy, the offer, or the budget.

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Dear ETR: “I would like to expand my business and create a website”

By Mark Morgan Ford | 01/25/2008

Dear ETR: “I would like to expand my business and create a website.” “Michael, I am one of many who have read your e-letter from the beginning. I listened to your advice and started a very small business that brings in a small amount of money. Now I would like…

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A Powerful Persuasion Tool That’s as Simple as “Imagine This…”

By Larry Fredericks | 12/27/2007

When you know how to create the kind of image that will get an emotional response from your prospect… and you get that prospect to accept the image as a potential reality… you will have no trouble at all persuading him to do what you want.

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How to Spot Undervalued and Overvalued Real Estate Markets

By Justin Ford | 12/11/2007

The best value and growth markets tend to have the following characteristics, which can help you spot real estate markets best for investing in.

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