How To Steal Your Competitor’s Customers On Facebook Have you been spending all of your Facebook Advertising dollars trying to reach people in your target demographic? Why don’t you strip out some of that effort and just go directly for your competitor’s fans? This technique will surely boost your fan base while simultaneously annoy the heck out of your competitor! Read on to learn more.
Strand 3: Article 5: Start Investing Today: An Amazing Comparison of 25 vs 35 Year Old Starters When I was in my late teens, my father shared with me some retirement savings advice that was so compelling that I said, “I need to start investing today!” and I while I didn’t really know how to start investing, I did some basic research with “Value Line”, sought out an actual broker (this was before you could invest online) and bought my first stock (Philip Morris if you can believe it). What he said sounded too good to be true, and counter intuitive, for a highschooler who had been well-versed in math and calculus, but completely naive to real world investing and financial modeling. He said, “If you started investing at age 25 and put the same amount of money into stocks until age 35, you’d have more money at retirement than if you started saving at 35 and invested the same amount of money in stocks EVERY YEAR until retirement”
Coolest Websites and Online Tools 2012 Each year I try to compile a list of my favorite websites and tools to share with friends. In this post you’ll find a little something for everyone. It has taken me most of the year to find, discover, research, and gather all the information and links to the sites and online tools below in hopes that you’ll find something useful for you, your business, your fun and enjoyment, or that will simply contribute to your personal success. Most are FREE, but a couple are “pay-after-trail” if you find them worthy. Divorce: 10 Lessons I've Learned I was thinking about divorce today. Surprisingly it's not a topic I think about often. I think about being single all of the time, but not about divorce itself.
Moneydance - Personal Finance Manager for Mac, Windows, and Linux "Viable alternative to Quicken" 4 Stars "Moneydance is...fast, well-designed, regularly updated, and well supported, and which seems to have a very satisfied user base—superlatives not often used in conjunction with Quicken, the major player in the Macintosh personal finance market. — Macworld review "A much more solid contender" "Moneydance...is a much more solid contender. This program manages to replicate much of Quicken's functionality -- but in some cases a bit more elegantly...On a Windows PC with a moderately new processor it was strikingly fast." — Washington Post - Challenging the Finance Software Giants
Strand 2: Article 4: Worst Jobs for the Future 2017 Total number of jobs: 56,514 Projected job growth, 2016-2026: 1.5% Median annual salary: $20,500 Typical education: Bachelor's degree It's an ugly time to be in politics. The number of positions for local, state and federal legislators rarely changes, so competition can be fierce as we've all seen on the national stage. Religious Factors and Hippocampal Atrophy in Late Life Despite a growing interest in the ways spiritual beliefs and practices are reflected in brain activity, there have been relatively few studies using neuroimaging data to assess potential relationships between religious factors and structural neuroanatomy. This study examined prospective relationships between religious factors and hippocampal volume change using high-resolution MRI data of a sample of 268 older adults. Religious factors assessed included life-changing religious experiences, spiritual practices, and religious group membership.
Pack for Android: Our List of the Best Android Apps SExpand The Android Market isn't always an easy place to get around. Our first edition of the Lifehacker Pack for Android rounds up essential Android apps—our personal favorites for productivity, multimedia, internet life, and just plain usefulness.P Lots of people are picking up new Android phones these days—nearly 200,000 per day, at last count. Google's default apps are pretty handy, but the Market has many great apps, most of them free.
Strand 3: Article 11a: How to Invest 13 Steps to Investing Foolishly You may not realize it yet, but you are staring at a ticket to financial independence. That's right; this little guide is your one-way pass to the financial future of your dreams. Read the 13 Steps We believe that the best way to invest your money in stocks is to buy great companies and hold them for the long term. Free Legal Letters Rocket Lawyer members can edit these legal letters online as well as create, save or even print them - online, any time. #ad-agencies) #advertising) #announcements) #communication) #community-service) #credit-collections) #customer-affairs) #dealing-with-complaints) #discipline) #employee-development) #human-relations-from-subordinates-) #human-relations-to-subordinates-) #internal-affairs) #job-application) #legal) #management) #notices) #personnel-issues) #professional-relations) #promotional) #proposals) #prospecting-new-customers) #public-relations)
Video: Insane 100-mph Crash Caught On Tape Brendan S. Eden is the luckiest man on the planet right now. The 19-year-old Mason, Ohio, man reportedly was speeding at more than 100 mph when he hit a guardrail, went airborne and slammed into an overpass. The car broke into three pieces and threw him from the wreckage.