10 Ways To Relieve Stress

Stress is not a very pleasant experience but unfortunately life throws situations full of incongruence at us that challenge our ability to remain calm. The reasons are endless from the noisy neighbor to the pizza boy whom keeps delivering a pepperoni pizza when I asked for a Hawaiian pizza with extra cheese and?..well, you get my drift. The solution centers on focus and relaxation. These 10 ways to relieve stress will help you maintain a balance between keeping your blood pressure down and blowing a gasket at work, at home or during other social times.

1. Don?t focus on the problem, focus on the solution. Replace a negative thought with something positive like a funny moment recently or something personally enlightening e.g. birth of a baby.

2. If at work, change your seating position or go for a stroll around the office if stress is hitting you.

3. Try some yoga as this teaches you through an exercise to focus on being calm.

4. Go for a walk in the park or go for a swim, activities like these help to relieve stress.

5. Get a head massage or do it yourself. Gentle rubbing of the scalp is a very effective way to put you at ease. Meditation and also massage techniques offer great therapy. A great way to meditate is to close your eyes and focus on one thing such as your controlled breathing.

6. Play a game (if allowed while at work) or do a crossword. Activities like these allow you to easily find at least 10 ways to relieve stress so shift your focus away from whatever is stressing you. It’s a known fact that computer game lovers enjoy obliterating aliens or whatever as a means to alleviate stress.

7. This is an issue at work though if you can, play some music. Perhaps your employer will allow headphones. The sound that invokes feelings of serenity such as sea waves or forests can act as an excellent reliever.

8. Perhaps, you have heard the song? the drugs don’t work? from The Verve and it’s all true. Being lethargic or stressed should not mean reaching for the pharmaceutical cupboard. Stimulants cannot remove the problem or help to forget it. Grab a huge drink of water instead and enjoy the feeling of refreshment.

9. Try Humor! As part of this list explaining 10 ways to relieve stress, this is probably the most effective method. Laughing brings you into the brighter side of your daily life. Read some jokes, or tell them to colleagues.

10. Try to sleep for at least 7 or 8 hours every night. More early nights and a proper sleep pattern will allow you to feel more relaxed each day and less prone to procrastination and lethargic behavior. Follow these 10 ways to relieve stress to start leading a healthy life and improve your ways of tackling daily stress to feel better each day.

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Did you check your Spam Folder?

While watching a recent episode of The Office, I couldn’t help but laugh out loud. During a meeting, the character Andy says to his co-workers, "Ok, I have emailed you all the critical data so be sure to check your spam folder." Oh, if only I had a dime for everytime, we said to someone in our office, or to a customer, "Did you check your spam folder?" It’s so much of an accepted problem now, companies anticipate that the information a customer requests may be filtered to spam. So in response, websites, sales material, new customer information and often telephone staff are briefed to include information on how to whiltelist, or mark email as acceptable. For the most part we love our email don’t we? We rely on it to communicate with customers, family members, co-workers and conduct business. Email is better than voice mail, you can send it when convenient for you, from anywhere in the world.

But will the person you are sending it to actually get it? Maybe. If you don’t know that someone sent you something, how will you know that you didn’t get it? Despite the best efforts and money invested by ISP’s and Mail Service providers, the spam still gets through. You can’t find that important email from your customer, and you swear you never got the flight confirmation for your next trip. You check your email, then check again. Still nothing, but the "enhancement" emails still get through.

Amazing! It seems the spammers have won the war on junk email. Yes, some serial spammers have been caught, but take one look in your junk or spam email box and it’s busting with all kinds of offers and tidbits, malware, phishing schemes, and more. The simple task of opening an email attachment can unleash hell on your computer, harvest it and turn it into a Bot. Almost makes you want to watch The Terminator movie again. What was that Sarah Connor said about Skynet and self-aware computers taking over the human race? I guess a positive way to look at it is this. The spammers, and the baddies of the Internet are helping to create jobs. As they release viruses and malware through email that infect computers it increases sales of Virus Protection Software, and increases calls to the Geek Squad at your local computer shop. The spammers keep the Internet police occupied and are contributing to economic recovery. Most of us know to check our spam folder when an expected emailed does not arrive. Sometimes Email providers like Google’s Gmail, make it a little difficult to check for misdirected email.

For some reason, Gmail, (which otherwise is a great program) has hidden the Spam folder under the MORE tab. Rather than having a very obvious folder called Spam that users can see clearly then check, instead users have to click on MORE, than on the Spam sub-folder. Only then can users see what legitimate email has been filtered unnecessarily. Some ISP’s block the spam before it even gets to your email box. This cuts down on spam but also means you may not get an email that you actually DO want to receive, but your provider has deemed it not worthy for delivery or has blacklisted a domain. Yes, spam is a fact if life. Just like we hate junk faxes, and telemarketers, and flyers in our mailboxes, we now we find our email boxes crammed with junk. For most of us in an office environment, we have come to accept junk email, as annoying but a part of life. The delete button is always a click away. It’s just not worth getting upset about. ** What do you think? Is spam the problem it once was? Submit a comment below we’d like to know what you think. About the Author Sandi Hunter is the Director of Website Development at Worldprofit Inc. Worldprofit provides a number of services for the small and home-based business community including hosting, design, web conferencing, traffic, advertising, SEO, safelists, traffic exchanges, training and resources. This year Worldprofit marks their 17th year in business. Republished with author’s permission by Howard Martell http://HomeProfitCoach.com/silver

Sales Tip: Always Be Closing (ABC). The one simple rule that will help increase your sales.

I don’t know who came up with the phrase, "Always Be Closing" but it’s brilliant. In sales circles it’s known more simply as ABC. If you are in sales, this simple catchy phrase will help keep you on track to making sales. Here’s some insight into sales and how to increase the number of sales YOU make. Buyers like to get the sales person off track. They like to ask questions, lots of questions. They ask: Does it come in blue? What’s the guarantee?

Buyers like to stall, hedge, avoid. They say: I have to ask my wife. I want to look around. I think I can get a better deal somewhere else. Buyers like to know that their business matters, that they are getting some personal attention to earn their business. But sales people, know the ABC’s of sales – Always Be Closing. Smart, successful sales people know that happy customers and good sales people go hand in hand. They know that spending a little extra time with a serious buyer, or creating a personalized offer can be exactly what is needed to clinch a sale. The buyer wants their questions answered so they can make the decision to buy. The smart salesperson wants to answer those questions and move the person ever closer to buying.

My colleague, Dr. Jeffrey Lant talks about the sales dance. He likens the sales process to a type of courtship. The sales person approaches, the buyer is shy, aloof. The sales person comes closer, offers the right words, and assurances. The buyer plays hard to get but shows interest. The sales person is more engaging, tries harder with a better offer, always moving toward the close. ABC – Always be Closing means this: Answering relevant questions, eliminating obstacles to the sale being made, helping with payment plans, reassuring the buyer, making special offers, sweetening the deal, whatever it takes to get the sale.

Closing the sale means finding out from the customer, what it will take to get them to buy NOW, not next week, or next month. The best sales people are listeners. They listen to what the buyer wants and they determine a way to get it for them so the sale is made, today. You can HEAR someone who wants to buy if you stop talking long enough to listen. ABC means doing your job right so the customer gets a great deal and you make a great sale! Most of us have been on the receiving end of a poor salesperson, and we also remember that warm happy feeling when you’ve made a purchase that you feel good about. We like to feel special, a good salesperson can make that happen or alternatively with the wrong approach can make you walk away. Happy customer’s who feel they got a good deal can be a repeat customer or a customer for life. Unhappy customers help you learn what you could perhaps be doing better.

The right approach with an unhappy customer can convert them into a happy one! In fact, they may end up being your best customer because they see you actually cared and tried to make better a problem situation. Got a sticky note? Write ABC on a sticky note, and post it on your computer. It will help remind you when you are talking to a customer, or answering an email, or sending a quote, or posting an offer, remember to Always Be Closing. *** We invite your comments below. About the Author Sandi Hunter is the Director of Website Development at Worldprofit Inc. Worldprofit provides a number of services for the small and home-based business community including hosting, design, web conferencing, traffic, advertising, SEO, safelists, traffic exchanges, training and resources. This year Worldprofit marks their 25th year in business. Republished with author’s permission by Howard Martell http://HomeProfitCoach.com/silver

Relationship Building is Good Business, here’s why.

If you want to set your business apart from your competitors spend some time creating and fostering relationships with your current and prospective customers. Strong business relationship lead to long term customers and this is good for your bottom line. If you have been ignoring social media it’s time to recognize that you are turning your back on a vital direct connection to the people who have supported your business and those people who may be your next customers.

Your customers are a vital source of information for any company. They can help you understand how to better meet their needs and therefore, retain their business while attracting new business. One of the most powerful ways to tap this valuable resource is by finding more ways to connect with your customers and build lasting relationships. Relationship building is an ongoing process on and offline. Social media makes it easier to start and build relationships with current and prospective customers all over the world. Your marketing plan should include dedicating resources for building your online presence through posts, blogs, backlinks, bookmarks, commenting and more. Your website is simply not enough any more. If you want to speak to your customers and grow your sales you will need to connect with them using popular social media. Social media makes it easy to build relationships with your customers, here’s how. – Instantly create connections –

Expand your reach to new markets – Ability to jump on customer service issues right away – Better identify gaps in your service provision – Know what people are saying about your company – Increase awareness of what your business offers – Increase referrals and sales – Generate new sales with offers – Post Product or Service Reviews – Improve customer experiences with your company – Generate fresh online frequent content that you control What to do next: Have a look at some of the popular Social Media sites to see which ones are the best fit for your company, products or services. Don’t limit yourself to just the large sites, if you can find niche sites directly related to your purposes this can be ideal and easily found with a Google search.

Here are just a few of the top ones ranked by Alexa.com YouTube.com Facebook.com Twitter.com LinkedIn.com MySpace.com Yelp.com StumbleUpon Tumblr.com Reddit.com Flickr.com Digg.com Metacafe.com del.icio.us segnalo.com BlogCatalog.com technorati.com mixx.com Rojo.com Kaboodle.com gather.com Folkd.com KillerStartups.com Newsvine.com Faves.com BlinkList.com BuddyMarks.com WireFan.com Mister-Wong.com

Before the Internet, building business relationships meant greeting your customer by name when they came into your store. Today, it means using social media to better connect with your customers and in the process of helping them you help your own company grow stronger. Companies and their customers are connected in a way never seen before and it’s your job as a business owner to facilitate this process. About the Author Sandi Hunter is the Director of Website Development at Worldprofit Inc., a company providing a wide range of online services for small and-home based businesses. Services include home business training, affiliate marketing training, earn-at-home programs, traffic tools, advertising, webcasting, hosting, design, WordPress Blogs and more.

Find out why Worldprofit is considered the # 1 online Home Business Training program by getting a free Associate Membership today. Republished with author’s permission by Howard Martell http://HomeProfitCoach.com/silver .

Are You Ready To Become Self-Employed

If you are interested in starting a business, or taking over one, you face a daunting task that carries a level of risk and excitement not possible in the ’employee’ world. If the financial independence of self-employment appeals to you – no boss, no income limits as to time and wage, and the ability to let your personal drive determine your compensation – then you will no doubt be eagerly going over the many options available to release you from your current job. However, the rush of financial excitement must be tempered by the necessary cost of time, money and effort in properly setting yourself up independently. Despite income claims made by business opportunity companies, or competing businesses, you must be ready to accept the reality of not seeing personal income for several months – or even years.

Starting a self-employed business on the side, while keeping regular employment as your financial security, is a wise method of ensuring your income. Another option is to have substantial savings that permit you the freedom to pursue your dreams unencumbered with other employment. However, the savings must also be capable of carrying the costs of developing a business along with providing for your material needs. Do you also recognize the time that is required in starting your own business? In some ways, it is almost unnecessary to bring up the point since your passion will likely drive you to spend many hours in your pursuits.

If you have other obligations; family, job, social etc. then you will have to consider if you CAN devote the time needed to get your business off the ground. Having discussed both money and time, you must recognize that there is much more effort extended BEFORE a business is profitable than at any other time in your business. Yes, once you are getting work and are satisfied with the income level you may be very busy indeed but you will then be compensated for it. When you are still cultivating you’re business – marketing, doing free jobs, searching for clients and customers – you may not be seeing any income, or a very meager one, which makes your EFFORTS seem immense. Do not falter!

If you come to the point when you are working your hardest and doing everything your business requires but still not seeing monetary results, you may hit a psychological wall. This is where truly entrepreneurial individuals see an obstacle to overcome as opposed to a dead-end to their hard work. Passion for their work and the strong desire to work for themselves overcomes any perceived barriers and moves them to keep going and ultimately becoming very successful. By persevering, you will certainly see the fine fruits of your labors and prove to yourself and others that the benefits of self-employment far outweigh the mediocre status quo of the typical worker’s daily grind.

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Basics Tips On Government Foreclosure Homes

As the term implies, government foreclosure homes are sold by the government (or the Housing and Urban Development – HUD). Why would the government be selling a home? It will sometimes seize a property because the owner has not paid the required taxes on the property. In this case, the government repossess the property in the hopes of reselling it in order to cut its losses. There are other cases in which the government will take a home such as in the instance of a property owner who commits a crime on the property (the most common instances of this include drug manufacturing or sales). Whatever the case may be, the government is eager to get back its money and as in many other foreclosures, government foreclosure homes are often sold below the market value price.

Tax sale homes are the most sought-after deals in the foreclosure industry and are usually held between April and June. You can get extremely good deals on these types of homes because you may only need to pay off the property taxes that the owner of the home neglected to pay. This can end up being significantly lower than the worth of the home itself. Homes that were previously involved in some sort of criminal activity are often sold at a public auction to the highest bidder and the opening bid for these types of homes can be very low. The government has compiled a list of homes that are in foreclosure and it’s completely free to take a look at. Some things you want to keep in mind. . . HUD Homes are sold "as-is", no matter what. So you need to figure out if it’s worth your time, money and effort to invest in a home.

The necessary repairs may be more trouble than the home is worth. Buyers have 15 days (starting at the time the buyer signs the contract) to get the home inspection. You must also obtain written permission from the HUD to have the utilities turned on. Property condition reports provided by the HUD can be helpful in getting a superficial look at homes, but these should in no way be used as a substitute for a home inspection. The good news is that not all HUD homes need complete renovation. In fact, some may need only the carpet and/or fresh paint. It is possible to buy a HUD home that is in move-in condition. No matter what the state of the home, most buyers decide that new carpet or flooring and paint are the universal fixes that everyone wants on their homes. However, extensive renovation projects usually only appeal to the handy do-it-yourselfers. Renovation can easily take up to a year to complete. Buying government foreclosure homes can be a little risky. The most important factor to consider is that these homes come as they are–so you need to fully understand the condition they are in.

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Bad Business Vs No Business For Small Business Owners

Should we turn business away as compared to getting into business deals, which are bad? The truth to this is that some business is always better as compared to no business. What we need to do within this article is define what is actually ?bad?. What is bad business? Bad business is essentially what costs small business owners dearly. This could possibly mean that these bad transactions could end up costing more than it is worth in the end. If you have shelled out money for materials, time, labor and money only to receive something not up to your company standard, then you have lost money on that particular job.

Taking these, types of deals incur more money than you received for the finished product or service. Follow your gut instinct More times to none, business owners take on more work than they feel comfortable with in the beginning. Some will have a bad feeling about the transaction or maybe even suspect they will not receive payment or the customer has such unrealistic expectations that the business owners knows will not be fulfilled. Make sure there is communication between both parties involved You should make every effort to make sure that no matter the transaction, the deal is precise and profitable with the terms and conditions made clear as well as understood by both parties involved.

This will ensure that both parties will be happy. One cannot avoid bad business deals from never happening but a little common sense can aid greatly with these ventures. Do not believe that bad business is better than no business Today our nation is experiencing very difficult times. Some will even state that although you lost money on a particular job that your name is still out there being networked and this makes the loss worth it, this is not always true in my book. Generally, the people who state this have very deep pockets and can afford the losses but for a struggling small business owner who has just started their business, jobs such as this can lead the company to failure.

What causes bad business? Bad small businesses come out of a breakdown in the relationship between you and your small business. Through the misunderstanding of an expectation, you come to realize that often the expensive lawsuits result from jobs or transactions such as this; it is not worth it, in the end, to continually deal with bad business. You must adjust and learn from these deals, which have turned bad. It is obvious that no business is preferable to bad business. Bad business turns costly over time as well as time-consuming and the bad publicity gained from this is horribly bad for business. Through determination on the part of your small business, you should never leave details up for the chance. You must ensure all parties involved with business deals are in full agreement unless you want these dealings to minimize your customers as well as your income.

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Can Your Business Survive

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door." But when you’re starting your own business, there’s no guarantee that your "mousetrap" is going to survive, especially in today’s fast-paced business world. Nearly half of all small businesses fail within the first two years of operation. The number one reason for business failure is inadequate planning. The second reason is under-capitalization. So before you mortgage your house, or go into debt financing your business, you need to know if your business is going to do more than survive — you want to know if it’s good enough to thrive! Here are three things successful businesses that have stayed in business for five years or longer have in common:

1. The idea. A successful business start-up always starts with an idea. Something that makes your business stand out from all the rest. So how do you know if you’ve got a good idea? You’ve probably got a good idea if you can answer yes to any of the following questions: Does your idea provide the solution to a significant problem for your target market? Does it satisfy a need or want? Does it create an opportunity? The most successful businesses either fix problems (either real or perceived), or they increase your customer’s pleasure. They create a repeat need for a product or service among the target market.

2. The market. Your chances of survival are better if you can answer the following questions with a yes: Is there already a market for your product or service? (It’s much easier to fill a need than trying to create an entirely new market.) Can your target market afford to buy your products or services? (If they can’t afford it, it doesn’t matter how great it is, you won’t sell any!) Will your target market perceive your product or service as valuable? (If they want it, but don’t think it’s worth what you’re selling it for, you won’t make any sales.)

3. Your ability. Do you have the people, the resources and the knowledge to be able to consistently provide your products or services to your target market? Can you maintain a competitive advantage? Do you have enough manpower? Can you purchase the supplies and materials you need over the long run? Your first step always is to create a solid business plan. Your business plan is more than an essay on "Why I deserve to get funding for my idea" however. Don’t spend all the time creating a business plan and then toss it in the bottom drawer of your desk. Your business plan should be a living, breathing roadmap that helps you make sure you’re on course and reaching the goals that you set for your business. The second step to business survival is getting enough financing. Although the term "bootstrap entrepreneur" describes most small business owners, having enough capital to be able to keep your business afloat is vital to your survival. When you’re creating your financial analysis of your business, make sure you’re being realistic about costs and expenditures, so that you give yourself the cushion you need to succeed. If finding financing is a problem, either because you don’t have enough credit or equity, or there are other problems, take the time to look into the resources that are available in your community.

There are a wide variety of grants and loans (including microloans) for entrepreneurs, if you know where to look. Some great resources will be: -The Small Business Administration -Local Small Business Development Centers -Women’s Organizations -Local University or Community College -Chamber of Commerce -SCORE (The Association for Retired Executives) -Nonprofit organizations that work on economic development in your area Use other successful business models as a guide. When you’re getting started, look around. What businesses are successful? Why? What is it they’re doing that is working? What attributes do you admire, and why? You stand a better chance of succeeding if you’re modeling someone who is already successful. Find a mentor. Most entrepreneurs have great skills and abilities, but no one does everything well. You probably already know what your strengths and weaknesses are. (If not, there are many resources and tools that can help you figure it out!) Rather than ignoring your weaknesses, find a mentor who can help you either build your skills in your weaker areas, or offer advice for getting what you need. If you take the time to plan to succeed, you could be creating a legacy that will be enjoyed by future generations, and that other entrepreneurs will look at as a model for building their own businesses.

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Aida And Dagmar – Models For An Advertising Agency

An ad agency or advertising agency is a business or service dedicated to planning, handling and creating advertising for clients. These agencies are independent of clients and provide their skills and views to sell client?s services or products. Advertising agencies can also manage branding strategies, marketing and sales promotions for its clients. For an advertising agency, it is very important to realize that they can increase sales with their effort. Truly speaking, advertising agencies are minds working on the other side of the internet to increase sales. For a person working as an advertising agent, it is very important to know about the buyer?s psychology. Those who are working in an advertising agency should know about the various thought processes that go in the mind of a reader or a viewer, a potential buyer. This will definitely help to build your business better. There are ample of theories to explain the process that goes in the buyer?s mind when he/she goes to purchase anything. The process is not the same for each buyer and it is sequential.

One of the popular features followed by ad agencies is AIDA. AIDA is a acronym stands for: A ? Attention I ? Interest D ? Desire A ? Action The AIDA model states that advertising agency should know how to draw attention of a buyer to get the customer interested by exhibiting its advantages, benefits and features. Interest is followed by desire. It is advertising agency?s duty to create a desire in a buyer to buy a specific product. All three steps of the AIDA policy will help you to stimulate the action towards the purchase of a product. AIDA theory guides and leads you to build a better advertising business.

BIG B?s of advertising world have followed AIDA to generate good advertisement campaigns. Another model called DAGMAR has now increasingly become more popular and comprehensive than AIDA. DAGMAR steps are more defined and easy to apply. Term DAGMAR is an acronym for: Defining Advertising Goals for Measured Advertising Results According to DAGMAR, a sale must carry a potential customer through four stages: I. Awareness II. Comprehension III. Conviction IV.

Action Suppose you are having a service or product and your customer knows nothing about the product. As your client is unaware of the product, the first step is to make him aware of your product by posting advertisement regarding your product on respective websites. Comprehension is the second step of DAGMAR. Try to know the answers to these following questions. a) What is your product about? b) What are product?s potential features and benefits of product? c) What will your customer get from your product? And how? Answers to all these questions will help you to get a potential customer. Next stage is conviction and this is very important.

Convince your customer by telling him the benefits of your product. After convincing, your next step starts i.e. action, which is not controlled by you. You have to depend on the customer. However, your previous actions will have a major role to play. If you have been able to convince the customer and have answered him satisfactorily then you will definitely be the winner of the day.

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Tips To Avoiding Many Email Marketing Scams

There are many fantastic benefits to having a solid e-mail marketing strategy. E-mail marketing is cost-effective, and allows you to reach a vast audience. It is also a wonderful way to keep in touch with your current customer base. This article offers several great tips that can help you implement or improve your e-mail marketing efforts.

Provide exclusive content in your marketing emails. By providing those on your mailing list with information not available on your site, your customers are more likely to read each message, and begin looking forward to them. Your customers will feel special and appreciated when they receive relevant information in your emails. Have a strong call to action in your email marketing campaign and position it to be seen. You shouldn’t make it difficult for your email readers to know exactly what you want from them. If it’s too hard to figure out, then your email will most likely be quickly deleted. Instead, offer a clear call to action and deliver it in a way that can’t be missed. Insert a link to your subscription form into your marketing newsletters.

That way, if your customers forward marketing emails to their friends, their friends can easily subscribe to your list too. Using this strategy makes it easy for you to build a large list of potential customers who have agreed to receive your marketing emails. Have an exit strategy for customers that stop responding to your mailings. If a customer is no longer interested in the products you have to sell, they’re going to be irritated and even angered by continued contact. Determine the number of messages or a length of time that you’ll keep sending messages, then if the customer doesn’t respond, remove them from your mailing list. Make your email messages tell the reader a story.

Storytelling is one of the most powerful advertising techniques. Each installment of your newsletter or mailing should tell the next bit of the advertising message "story". They need to be connected in some way, for example by having each message ends with a tip or a testimonial. Use auto responding messages to your advantage in your email marketing campaign. These can help you stay in touch with your recipients. They can be effective if your subscribers sign up for emails about various things you offer. You can tailor these to correspond with the information they signed up for. It also allows you an easier way to stay in touch.

To avoid complications resulting from being identified as a spammer, notify your ISP of your email marketing intentions in advance. If any unhappy reader ever reports you, this will give your ISP the head’s up that your marketing efforts are legitimate. Your ISP may also be able to suggest an upgraded account that eases your email marketing operations. E-mail marketing offers several great advantages.

It is a very cost-effective way to promote your business to a wide audience. It also enables your business to keep in contact with current customers, and form relationships. Use the tips that have been provided in this article, and make sure that your business has the best e-mail marketing program possible.

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