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January 26, 2018

Bookmarking on Social Networking Sites

In this article you are going to find out how to get more traffic to our website or blog through social networking sites. Almost every people uses those sites for dating, romance or friendship, yet you can have many viewes at the same time as well.   Create an account in Facebook. The basic tactic […]

March 25, 2015

How Sites Like Facebook Can Ruin Your Chance of Getting Back Your Ex

Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, Hi5, whichever social network you prefer, all have the possibility of sabotaging your chances of getting back together with your ex girlfriend or ex boyfriend. If you make common mistakes on these sites you could lose your ex forever. I am going to focus mainly on Facebook in this article because it’s […]

March 11, 2015

Free Car Classifieds Sites

Many people put a lot of work and love in their cars. For some people, a car is not just a way to get from one place to another. The car can sometimes feel like a part of the family, so it’s hard to let go in the future. These people often want to find […]

March 4, 2015

A Tough Lesson for College Textbook Publishers

A Tough Lesson for College Textbook Publishers "It's so easy to find somebody posting a scanned copy" on online sites like Scribd, an e-book subscription service that allows members to upload materials, says Ms. McQueen, a North Carolina native working toward a master-of-public-health degree. Read more on Wall Street Journal

January 21, 2015

TOP get paid to write sites

For anyone who is into writing you need to know which sites to use and which sites to stay away from, otherwise you can waste a great deal of time on the wrong ones. There are hundreds of sites to choose from and I have trawled through all of them to save you the bother. […]

Danielle E.
Hi, I'm Danielle Eubanks! I'm an entrepreneurial and for the past 10 years I’ve been studying the Digital Publishing Landscape and it seemed a natural progression into a “helping” profession.