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Boost Business with Better Blogging Tactics

Posted on April 19th, 2014
The way things are going, we're going to have robots taking over all of our jobs. That's because robots can do things much more efficiently than humans in most cases. But there's one job in particular that's safe from any robotic takeover. That's sales. That's because people would rather buy from a person with real human emotions than a robot any day. When someone buys something online, it's usually to solve a problem. People like to know that they're buying a product or service from someone ...
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Video Marketing - Video Marketing Tips

Posted on April 12th, 2014
Some people would see it as sad that most people today would rather watch a how-to video on how to repair a dishwasher than read the instructions on the screen or on paper. And people would rather watch a video on the history of the civil war rather than sit down for any extended period of time to read a book on the subject. It is sad, but it's true. We, as the human race, have developed extremely short attention spans. It started with TV and flipping through the channels with the remote ...
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Internet Marketing - The Vital Components Of Internet Marketing

Posted on April 5th, 2014
Marketing is not just about selling products or services with door to door selling or by convincing the prospective buyer with verbal convincing. Internet marketing is ruling the roster presently with almost everything being sold over Internet. Various businesses can derive optimum benefits if they have significant presence over web. And here comes the significance of Internet Marketing. It can reach huge client base that gets transformed ultimately into lucrative returns. Here we bring some of ...
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Lonely in Australia on Valentine's Day? 3 Top Places to Meet Singles

Posted on March 29th, 2014
Will yours be a happy Valentine's Day or will you be lonely and looking for a partner? Many singles, particularly those in the iGeneration and backpacker age group, visit Australia during the freezing Northern Hemisphere winter to escape the cold and enjoy the warmth, beaches and sunshine of Australia. In fact, during the summer, Australia is a backpackers and singles paradise. But where do you go to meet partners and even find love? I put this question to many backpackers and singles during my ...
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Experience The Australian Outdoors in Geelong

Posted on March 22nd, 2014
Geelong is the 2nd largest city in the state of Victoria, Australia. It lies on the Barwon River and the beautiful Corio Bay and is about 47 miles from the state's capital, Melbourne. It has become a hub for tourists, both local and international. Accommodation is plentiful, shopping facilities are excellent and there is lots to see and do.The first non-aboriginal inhabitants were a group of European settlers led by Lieutenant John Murray. This was in 1802. Thirty-five years later, Governor ...
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How to Play Golf With Kangaroos. Only in Australia

Posted on March 15th, 2014
 Picture this.  You're playing golf on a beautiful, scenic course. It's a balmy summer's day, the course is uncrowded and everything is going well until you reach the dogleg par 5. Your group's path is blocked by a slow moving group of four and your ball has stopped in the middle of them. The male in the group, standing over a metre tall is obviously annoyed because he is scratching his chest and eyeing you menacingly. Normally you would apologise, but these are not golfers. They're kangaroos ...
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How Prince William Charmed the Ladies of Australia

Posted on March 8th, 2014
It was like the visit of a British pop star. Women young and old swooned, marriage proposals were made and the handsome young heir to the British Throne loved it all. He even talked about living in Sydney. But it was more than that. It was a chance for Prince William to visit a country he last saw when he was a baby. To discover the essence of Australia's 2 largest cities in a land that is torn between the love of the Monarchy and desire to become a republic. He did all the things a royal ...
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Major Sporting Events in Brisbane

Posted on March 1st, 2014
When you think of the Gold Coast, you think of the golden sandy beaches, nature trails and amazing shopping. You would think of driving down tree lined roads that lead you to untouched patches of nature. However, there is more to this stunning part of the globe. When taking a holiday in Queensland the one thing you can expect are some great sporting events. As one of the leading cities for major sporting events, Brisbane and its neighbouring cities host some of the best. From the Australian ...
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Summer camp at Mt. Hotham the Ultimate Getaway

Posted on February 22nd, 2014
Are you ready for an ultimate Aussie summer experience? If yes, gear yourself up for Rate this Article: ...
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Sydney - History Rocks

Posted on February 15th, 2014
As the site of Australia's original old town and the home of the Indigenous Cadigal people for thousands of years, The Rocks - in the heart of Sydney CBD - offers a beautifully preserved narrative of Australia's; history with a delightful contemporary flavour. Dotted with early colonial architecture, modern restaurant, exciting shopping and fantastic attraction - not forgetting the city's' best vistas of magnificent Sydney Harbour - The Rocks offers a vibrant blend of history, culture and style ...
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