Monday, October 11, 2010
Your company, such as our travel marketing solutions offers online, probably has a Twitter account. You read the how-to guides, and the entries are in the right mixture of fun and informative, but how do you know anyone who reads the links? Bit. ly is a response, not only shorten the URL address to a la TinyURL but also statistics you exactly how many people clicked on the link you've tweeted. In this way, you can ensure that the links work and which are not. In one of our clients we have found that posts information about upcoming fiestas and items in a very limited number of clicks received from Festivals.One of the posts which we had written News stories and current affairs received a lot of analyzing the Click throughs clicks. and we have also seen how many people are posting on our Facebook or Twitter accounts, links, and also what country the majority of click-throughs are coming from.
Analyze our data, the bit. ly we've found that almost all of the selected through to our 4.52, and 4.57 pm connections. This definitely shows that for most people to log on to the Twitter accounts working days during the last ten minutes. therefore, the move to our customer's posts on the basis of this time, we had the opportunity to get a lot more clicks.
A company that provides solutions to the travel trade network we write blogs on behalf of the many of our customers. But this is a frightening statistic: more than 57 million blogs in the network.So how do you work out which are are worth reading?Blogs by specialised search engine and that is precisely the Technorati is. make sure that you include on your blog to Technorati and not only the people can find you, but you'll also start to reap the benefits of. one thing that many SEO agencies Technorati data irks is that posts are not sorted by keyword and, on the other hand, is located in a timely manner, which they have been updated. But even if the keyword is not important, the words that you add tags are all as indexing tool is based on how the bloggers tag to their blogs. So if you want to be updated on a regular basis to your blog and more traffic, make sure that the list of Technorati page.
3.Analytical purposes, trending topics/Hot trends
Offers solutions to the number of clients from the Internet for travel, we need to know what works and what people are talking about. We use Google for additional topics that the clients of the HotTrends are looking for on a weekly basis, we then try to include these terms and conditions set forth in the blog posts.For example, today's Hot topics are pigs and titillation of the blog post, how do we write about that? Titillating, the pigs are to be determined according to the extra traffic for you;Well that is the theory anyway!
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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
On the other hand, Organizations such as the National Cancer Institute, the American Dental Association and the American Dietetic Association have stated that popcorn is a sensible snack that fits with any fitness plan.
Here are some nutritional information about Popcorn (courtesy popcorn.org )
Air-popped popcorn has only 31 calories per cup; oil-popped popcorn has only 55 calories per cup.
When lightly buttered, popcorn contains about 133 calories per cup.
Popcorn provides energy-producing complex carbohydrates
Popcorn contains fiber, providing roughage the body needs in the daily diet.
Popcorn is naturally low in fat and calories.
Popcorn has no artificial additives or preservatives, and is sugar-free.
Popcorn is ideal for between meal snacking since it satisfies and doesn't spoil the appetite.
3 cups of popcorn equal one serving from the grain group.
Americans today consume 17 billion quarts of popped popcorn each year. The average American eats about 54 quarts.
I personally love caramel popcorn myself, but National Caramel Popcorn Day isn’t until April 7th. (No Kidding).
Don’t think I’ll be waiting till then though.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
There are a lot of mixed reactions out there about “National Chocolate Covered Anything Day.”
Some love it and go after it with a sense of humor.
Others think it stupid and go after it with a sense of humor. http://www.chocablog.com/news/national-chocolate-covered-anything-day/
Me. I love chocolate every day. Just a little to melt in my mouth and taste. I’ve mentioned this just a few days ago. But here we are now and I didn’t know that this day was coming. What a great surprise!
Personally I like to keep my chocolate in the freezer. It gives me a nice crunch when I eat it. I use to be able to keep chocolate in my freezer for months at a time and eat it slowly. That is until I go married. Our first Christmas together my wife bought me a candy cane filled with M&Ms. I was at the end of my need for chocolate for the holidays faze, so I put it in the freezer. In March I was craving and went to look for it. I emptied out the freezer and could not find my chocolate. So I went to my wife. She said it was gone the first period she had after Christmas.
Now I hide my chocolate in many places around the house. My wife and kids are always trying to look for it. They think it is a game. I just want my daily chocolate fix in peace. I do share so it is not as if I’m a scrooge hiding my treats away for just me. I just get ticked when I go for my treat and what should have been a month supply is gone.
Back to National Chocolate Covered Anything Day. If you try any crazy chocolate covered something, let me know.
My favorite always will be chocolate covered strawberries, followed be chocolate covered bacon, and of course chocolate covered Ritz crackers and pretzels.
Enjoy National Chocolate Covered Anything Day today and tomorrow, and maybe a little the day after that.