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Online Advertising Traffic and the First Law of Web Surfing

Posted on January 25th, 2015
Hint: don't send send your online advertising traffic to your homepage. How do you convert online advertising traffic into customers? The key is a phenomenon of human behavior that only comes into play on the web. You won't read about this phenomenon in books or articles on general principles of advertising or direct marketing. In fact, traditional advertising professionals and direct marketers often create only so-so online advertising campaigns simply because they've never heard of this ...
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Web accessibility and the law in the UK

Posted on January 24th, 2015
There has been widespread speculation about the new legislation that is being introduced, which will ensure that websites are accessible to disabled users. Trenton Moss, Managing Director of Webcredible (, a web accessibility and usability consultant, says, •No seems to know what these new law require you to do. Try to find specific information about the requirements on the Internet and chances are you’ll come up empty handed.” He has a point. The RNIB ...
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Posted on January 23rd, 2015
THERE AWTAABEA LAW! BY LINDA LANDRY (c) We have rules for everything from grammar and spelling to traffic and behavior. The Internet is becoming 'ruled' as well. You become a SPA'MMER if you solicit your wares without permission. You are YELLING if you use capital letters to send your message and you are rude and inconsiderate if you expose your email list to everyone in your mailbox when you forward a little ditty or two. Now I am convinced that everyone also had rules at the dinner table. ...
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Medical Malpractice Law

Posted on January 22nd, 2015
Medical malpractice law is a branch of personal injury law that deals with pain and suffering coming as a result of gross mistakes, negligence or bad judgment on the part of a doctor, hospital or other care provider. There are a number of issues the courts will address before deciding whether medical malpractice has occurred. For example, they must determine whether the care provider was actually responsible for providing treatment, whether he or she failed to provide this treatment, whether ...
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What You Need to Know about a Mesothelioma Law Suit,

Posted on January 21st, 2015
There is some important information you should be aware of if you are considering pursuing a Mesothelioma Law Suit. Prior to pursuing a Mesothelioma Law Suit you should seek advice from a reputable Mesothelioma Law Firm and gain an understanding of Mesothelioma Law. A Mesothelioma Law suit can be costly, but it can also provide you with adequate compensation that will help cover your legal, medical and ongoing expenses, related to your Mesothelioma Cancer. Previously, there have been cases in ...
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Thought and The Law of Attraction

Posted on January 20th, 2015
We have all heard the expression, "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again." But to carry on without thinking about why you failed only leads to more failure. The ability to create is a God given gift. A gift given to everyone without exception. Thought is the first step to manifesting any creation. Thoughts are energy, they are real. Your thoughts act as magnets and attract other thoughts, people, and circumstances that harmonize with them. Thoughts operate and adhere to certain ...
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Natural Health -- The First Law

Posted on January 19th, 2015
Health is a measure of how well your cells function. To be at your best means that each cell must be functioning at its best. Do you know what it takes to have all your cells fully operational? There is a direct connection between the vitality of your cells and the things you put into your body. Your body was made to receive the nutrients it needs from the foods you eat. The availability of nutrients at the cellular level determines your overall health. This is the first law of natural ...
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Life Insurance And The Law. A Layman's Introduction.

Posted on January 18th, 2015
There are no laws in the UK that require a person to have life insurance. It's an entirely voluntary insurance. About 40% of the UK's working population are covered by life insurance either through their own policy or via an arrangement through their employer. So the simple things first. You have to be a UK resident in order to buy a life insurance policy from a UK based insurance company. This is not a requirement laid down in UK law, but UK laws and tax arrangements make it impossible for a ...
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The New Bankruptcy Law "Means Test" Explained in Plain English

Posted on January 17th, 2015
With the new bankruptcy law in effect as of October 17, 2005, there is a lot of confusion with regard to the new "means test" requirement. The means test will be used by the courts to determine eligibility for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The purpose of this article is to explain in plain language how the means test works, so that consumers can get a better idea of how they will be affected under the new rules. When most people think of bankruptcy, they think in terms of Chapter 7, where ...
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Bankruptcy and Debt - New Law May Hurt Katrina Victims

Posted on January 16th, 2015
The world remains horrified at the tremendous destruction caused throughout the Gulf Coast recently by Hurricane Katrina. An unknown number of people are dead and thousands more are homeless, jobless and completely destitute. It may be months before the city of New Orleans is inhabitable again, and in the meantime, most residents of the city will have little or no income. This is a problem, as most people will continue to have payments due for credit cards, auto loans and mortgages. A number of ...
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