Question by Kenneth: How do I tell my parents and family I am getting a divorce?
Don’t know how to tell them about the news. It is unexpected and final. Should I make separate calls or is just one email with everyone cc’d better? Decision to divorce is not mutual and infidelity related. I want to get ahead of the story and tell my family first b/c my soon to be ex wife is not going to have a positive spin to her version of the events.
Answer by Live Lovely
Definitely call your friends.. and I would tell my parents in person, but that’s just me. No emails, please.
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Question by Danielle S: can anyone tell me what is the best way to advertise a computer company?
we already have business cards, i just want to know like flyers or stuff like that what would be best for advertising.
Answer by shalveen sharma
Play a commercial and put flyers at local coffee shops. Get in touch with news station t.v. #1 way is t.v..
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Question by randecustoms: Can anybody tell me any free or low cost ways to promote and advertise my business and website?
I own a performance speed shop located near Salem, Oregon. I have a website and a conventional store and would like some ideas on how to market, promote and advertise my business. I’m open to anything and am willing to get aggressive in doing so. If anybody has any tips, tricks, or anything else that is free or fairly low cost please let me know. thanks
Answer by Asher Heimermann
You could advertise on my website (www.AsherHeimermann.com). I charge $ 15/month for a banner on my website or $ 10/month for a link on the Marketplace page. My website adverages well over 1,500 visitors per month and 95% of the traffic comes within the United States of America. For 2008, my website had over 24,000 visitors. Contact me thru my website for more information.
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Tell Your Parents Where to Go
Image by Enokson
The government poster “Tell Your Boss Where to Go” was my inspiration for this poster I created to advertise our school board website information portal for our library and school hallways. (White boxes cover specific info. only in this photo.)
As our school, and eventually our entire district school system, moves to being more eco-friendly and cost efficient, we no longer print out progress reports (report cards), school newsletters, consent forms for events and field trips, etc., our students and parents need to sign up for usernames and passwords to access the web portal.
Steal This File Sharing Book tackles the thorny issue of file sharing networks such as Kazaa, Morpheus, and Usenet. It explains how these networks work and how to use them. It exposes the dangers of using file sharing networks–including viruses, spyware, and lawsuits–and tells how to avoid them.
In addition to covering how people use file sharing networks to share everything from music and video files to books and pornography, it also reveals how people use them to share secrets and censored information banned by their governments. Includes coverage of the ongoing battle between the software, video, and music pirates and the industries that are trying to stop them.
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