A weblog, or “blog” started out as a personal journal on the Web. They have evolved far beyond that initial concept. Now, weblogs cover as many different topics as there are people writing them. Some blogs are highly influential and have readership which exceeds most traditional newspapers, while others are mainly intended as personal journals […]
One of the most powerful ways for small businesses to increase sales and keep customers coming back for more is to mail them a newsletter periodically.
IT’S NO LONGER NEWS THAT CHINA IS BECOMING A MAJOR player on the world economic scene. Yet, as we’ve noted in past editions, investing in China is fraught with uncertainty, due to a still un-free political situation, and insecure property rights. Despite our current lack of interest in Chinese stocks, China’s renaissance clearly has implications […]
Several correspondents to our newsletter, AdBriefing, say that they are having trouble writing body copy for ads. Their problem seems to be the age-old one of how to kick things off
I am going to let you in on a secret? The successful entrepreneurs are not successful because they know things that you don’t know. They are successful because they TEST every advertising campaign they embark on first before they start spending “big” money on effective forms of newsletter and ezine ads.
Lately In my email newsletters (available for FREE at http://www.ChristThroughMe.com ) I’ve been talking about how Jesus has experienced everything that we will ever go through here on earth.