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Friday, April 8, 2011

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011


These days, most people have at least heard of the Law of Attraction.
For many, their first introduction to LOA came about due to the phenomenal popularity of The Secret in 2006. There was so much buzz about this topic at the time that many long-time personal development gurus jumped on the LOA bandwagon, as if they had been there all along.
The next mass wave came a couple years after The Secret when Oprah dedicated two shows to the Law of Attraction.
Along with extraordinary interest in this topic, came great misunderstanding. In fact, many of those who watched The Secret wrote off the Law of Attraction as materialistic and shallow.  If asked to define the Law of Attraction, the majority of people might call up the familiar "like attracts like" definition. Others might say it's about attracting what you think about or they might cite phrases such as "what you focus on expands" or "thoughts become things" - that sort of thing. As Abraham-Hicks explains, the Law of Attraction is so much more than most people realize.
The Law of Attraction is really about understanding and accepting (remembering) Who You Really Are and then doing your best to BE Who You Really Are. It's about aligning your physical self with your non-physical self and living as a Blended Being. Being Who You Really Are is about connecting with Source / God / your Inner Being and receiving guidance, intuition, and inspiration in every moment while at the same time enjoying all aspects of physical life experience. It truly is the best of both worlds. Successfully applying the Law of Attraction REQUIRES a deep connection to Source and, thus, is the exact opposite of materialistic and shallow.
Try this. Find something to be happy about, focus on it and be happy. Then find something else to be happy about, focus on that and be happy. As you continue with this simple process, you will release resistance, raise your vibration and reconnect with Who You Really Are.
The key to successfully applying the Law of Attraction is to connect with Source and be Who You Really Are. Connecting with Source and being Who You Really Are is also the path to all the joy, all the love - and yes - all the stuff you could ever desire.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

21 Ways To Raise Cash Fast

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Method #7: Become a Freelance Writer
Before we get into this one, it’s important to keep in mind that freelance writing is
not for everyone. If, today, you don’t feel comfortable with your writing skills, then
using them to make money is perhaps not the best way to go. Even if you work
very hard, it is unlikely that you will be able to transform your skills significantly
enough to make money with your writing in the short run. In the long run,
however, this might be a viable strategy.
On the other hand, if you feel comfortable with your writing, then freelancing is an
excellent way to make money fast online. With that said, let’s take at your two
major options when it comes to sources of freelance writing jobs.
Sites for Freelancers
If you decide to become a freelance writer, there are two important sites you
should join: and These sites allow freelancers
to post bids on tens of thousands of writing, translation, graphic design,
programming, and administrative assistant projects.
Although you can join both sites for free, you will quickly see why it is a good idea
to upgrade your account for at least one of the sites. Upgrading will enable you to
bid on more categories of projects and also to bid on more projects within each
category. It will also demonstrate your credibility to project posters.
If you decide to upgrade your Elance account, you may want to consider adding
the “writing and translation” category, as well as the “marketing and advertising”
category. Even though “marketing and advertising” includes many non-writing
projects, it includes things such as special report-writing, salesletter-writing, and
ad-writing. If you’re a good writer and have a background in IM, you’ll be
especially well suited to these types of jobs.
When using Elance and Guru, it is important to note that individuals with good
reputations tend to receive the most projects. And there’s a good reason for this:
they have the most credibility; and this is what project posters want in freelancers.
When you first start off, there’s little you can do to immediately project credibility.
So, if you want to compete, you will have to do it along other margins—namely,
price and completion time. If you can offer low prices and fast delivery times,
there’s a good chance you’ll get selected every once in a while.
Another important thing to keep in mind is that you will not be selected for most of
the projects you bid on. In fact, when you start, you can expect to get rejected at
least 75% of the time. Don’t use this as a reason to give up. Instead, continue to
post on all projects that seem reasonable, given your skills; and get comfortable
with the idea that you won’t always be selected. As you complete more projects
and get more feedback, your acceptance rate will improve.
As a final note, it is always a good idea spend some time sorting through projects
before you settle on any one in particular. Personally, I would recommend
browsing through all relevant projects closing within 2-3 days. Each time you find
one that looks good to you, add it to your watch list. When you have completed
this process, go back and look at each project carefully. Take a look at the high
and low bids, the promised completion times of the other bidders, and the work
involved. Decide whether it’s something you can do well; and, if so, whether you
could complete it at a competitive price and within a reasonable amount of time.
If you decide that all of your criteria are satisfied, then bid on the project. By the
end of the process, you will probably bid on multiple projects at the same time,
but keep in mind that most will reject you, anyway, so this is unlikely to be a
If you want to ensure that your bids have a high chance of being successful, then
you should spend time reading the project description and writing a good, detailoriented
proposal. Most project posters won’t selected a generic proposal, but
instead will opt for a proposal that demonstrates that the bidder was paying
attention to the project, has the relevant skills, and can make a case for his being
able to do the work described.
Of course, there’s a lot more you can do with freelancing sites, but for now, I will
leave it at that. If you want to make cash with them fast, you should immediately
begin implementing the steps I’ve mentioned above.
There’s no need for a detailed description here. Finding freelancing jobs on
Craigslist is relatively simple, since there’s no way to receive feedback or develop
a reputation through the site. All you have to do is search in the “jobs” and “gigs”
sections. Whenever you see something that lines up with your skills, email the
poster with a copy of your resume and a brief, but detailed proposal. Try to make
a strong case for why you would be the best candidate for the position.
Internet Marketing Forums
Since good marketing involves a lot of writing, Internet marketers often hire
freelance writers to complete projects. These projects include things such as ebooks,
reports, articles, salesletters, text ads, and site content.
There are a number of places where you can connect with Internet marketers to
find projects; however, one of the better places is probably on Internet marketing
forums, such as There, you will find tens of thousands of
Internet marketers, many of whom need writing done.
Of course, simply showing up and posting on the forum won’t necessarily result
in your getting jobs. Instead, you will need to make a reputation for yourself, so
that marketers begin to actively seek you out as a source for content.
For starters, a good way to get your name out there and circulating among
Internet marketers is to demonstrate that you can produce high-quality work in a
way that doesn’t cost them anything. One way you can do this is to post a special
offer in the trade/sales portion of the IM forum. Instead of simply posting a “good
deal,” offer something that is truly irresistible. For instance, you might offer to
write articles for half the going market rate for a limited period of time. This will
probably flood you with work, but will be worth it in the long run, as you may gain
may new clients.
Finally, remember that your success will be heavily dependent on word-of-mouth
advertising among Internet marketers. This means that if you do a poor job on
projects, you could permanently damage your reputation; and make it
exceedingly hard to get new projects. And, on the other hand, if you do good
work, it could reap dividends for years to come.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Gear Giveaway!

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Honesty is a spiritual quality that cannot be evaluated in terms of money.

There are many practical reasons to practice honesty. It requires far less effort to be truthful than to be deceitful, and in the long term the risks are fewer and the rewards greater. But in today's complex society, the boundaries of acceptable behavior have been blurred until they are sometimes indistinguishable. Laws and codes of ethics establish minimum standards of behavior. Make sure you establish standards for yourself that exceed such minimums, a standard below which you will not allow yourself to fall, regardless of what others may do or say. Your own set of standards will allow you to decide quickly and easily upon an appropriate course of action when faced with a difficult problem.

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Sunday, April 3, 2011

How to limit the impact of negative online reviews

You're finally ranking on page 1 for your key search terms, your list of repeat customers is growing and you are building a trusted brand online. One morning you wake up, wander over to your kitchen iMac and notice through blurry eyes that someone has posted a negative review about your business. What should you do to prepare for this and how can you make sure negative comments don't rank #1 in search results?
Preparing for the inevitable
Once you start growing and attracting the right kind of attention online, it's only a matter of time until a competitor or a disgruntled customer writes something negative about your company online. It can come in many forms: A negative product review on a retail website, a negative service review on a scam checking website or you could even show up as a false positive on McAfee's SiteAdvisor as a dangerous website.
The best way to prepare for this event is to build a strong positive foundation for your brand's online reputation before the storm arrives. Here are a few proactive steps you can take:
•Encourage every customer to write a positive review on a relevant review website. There are several sites that allow businesses to post a rebuttal to negative reviews and that include a rebuttal process. I would give these websites a strong preference when choosing where to direct your customers.
•Post your company profile to relevant websites. If you're a web startup, make sure you're listed on Techcrunch's Crunchbase. List your business on Find any other relevant directories and get listed in them. There are many free options, so don't feel obliged to pay for a listing.
•Link to each profile you create for your company, either from your company website or another website with a reasonable search engine ranking. That will ensure Google finds these profiles and ranks them higher than any negative reviews.
•Create a Twitter account for your company using your company name and link to it from external websites. Then post at least a handful of tweets each week and respond to any @replies you may get. Use Twitter's search engine to find users discussing things relevant to your brand and engage them in conversation by posting @replies to their posts.
•Create a company page for your business on Facebook and link to it from an external website.
Daily reputation management
Google your brand every day to see if any positive or negative reviews are being posted. Use Google's advanced search feature and limit the results to items posted in the last 24 hours. Also use Twitter's search engine to check for negative tweets, although Google will probably pick these up eventually.
When you see a positive blog comment, tweet, forum post or blog entry make sure you post a response thanking the author and try to encourage a dialog. By doing this you are adding more content to an already positive review that will increase the likelihood of this item ranking higher in search results. Make sure you include your brand name in the positive response to increase keyword density for your brand on that page. If the blogger responds, try to keep the conversation going without coming across as obnoxious or psychotic.
When you see a negative item posted online, think very carefully about whether you want to respond publicly or privately. When you post a public response you are feeding the SEO machine and will probably cause the item to rank even higher in search results. If the item is already ranking highly in search results, or if there are several posts already from multiple users, your comments will have less influence on the page's ranking and you should be more open to responding.
Posting a response to a negative customer comment or review
I recommend one simple rule when responding to angry customers either privately or publicly: Before I hit the send button I make sure that I'm comfortable with my email or comment appearing on the front page of the New York Times. (I also apply this rule to daily business emails.)
Always assume that if you send a private response to a public comment, the original author will post your reply publicly.
Always be courteous and professional and you'll begin to notice a strange phenomenon: The angrier a customer is, the more polite they are once you make things right. There's nothing more gratifying than having a customer who started out furious send you a thank you note once you've resolved their issue.
I recommend a zero tolerance policy toward obscene language. Angry emails and online comments are an unfortunate reality and something you need to get used to, but never respond if the comments contain threats or obscenities.
Dealing with a false positive on a safe-browsing or anti-virus website
All good safe-browsing websites like SiteAdvisor have a process whereby websites who have been listed as unsafe can submit a request for reconsideration. Many sites take months to reconsider or re-crawl your site so if you're unlucky enough to be listed as dangerous, you may be dealing with this issue for months.
Legal threats don't work. Sites like SiteAdvisor by McAfee get legal threats all day long and unless you're a large company employing one of the top 3 law firms in the country, they won't budge.
I recommend going through their standard reconsideration process. Then get on the phone and start working your way up the customer service food chain. Call at least every few days for an update.
In the mean time, many safe-browsing sites have room for comments and on some you can register as a company owner and post owner comments. Post comments explaining what has occurred and how you're dealing with the issue. Encourage your customers to post their own positive comments.
Then wait. The solid foundation you built for your reputation, your list of happy customers and their comments and your own professionalism will get you through a temporary hiccup in your online reputation.
In summary:
•Start by setting up a solid foundation for your reputation
•Check the status of your reputation daily or at least several times a week
•Always respond to positive comments
•Think carefully about responding to negative comments. Don't feed the machine unless you have to.
•Always assume your private or public responses will end up on the NY TImes front page.