Worker Autonomy and the Rampant Rise of Remote Work

This article is contributed by Drew Heikkila.

It used to be that the idea of working from home was reserved for the lucky few: the aloof artist who wakes up late and paints into the night, or the dedicated writer who spends every morning banging away at a typewriter. However, modern technology, ever the great equalizer, has eliminated such an antiquated notion.
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The Best Money Tricks For Smart People

budget This article is contributed by Frank Litt. Budgeting well and saving every pittance of your income is not all there is to smart money management. If you really want to be clever with your cash then you should also be looking at the way you invest your cash, the way you take out loans and the rewards you seek out. Being smart with money means taking the time to learn about your finances so that you are in a better position to take advantage of offers and tricks that other people would miss; it means playing the financial institutions at their own games, avoiding the traps that people fall into out of complacency, and generally not just ‘going with the flow’ when it comes to money matters. Continue reading “The Best Money Tricks For Smart People”

6 Ways You Can Stay Away From Danger While You’re At Work

watch your handsThis article is contributed by Robin Peters.

We’re lucky we have certain rules in place otherwise a lot more people would die every year from work-related injuries. Maybe you won’t die when you’re at work but there is every chance you could get hurt, so let’s look at a few ways you can look after yourself properly from now on.

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Look At My Horse

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That phrase, Look at my horse, was possibly first uttered in the Ukraine as early as 3000 B.C. A person with a horse often develops a special relationship and a particular pride in their steed. That manifests itself in a wish to show others what it is about the horse that is so attractive. A horse is a free spirit. It is much larger than a human, it is powerful and can move with great speed. Yet by patient training and working together, the rider and the horse can move as one. It is not at all surprising that if you have that relationship with a horse, then you wish to present that to the world. Continue reading “Look At My Horse”

Texting Apps for Windows Phone 8

young text messagerThis article is contributed by Natalia David.

Text messaging has basically taken the entire phone related world by storm. In a text a person can communicate with someone through easy, singularly sent packets of data. Just within 160 characters, an entire wide array of information can be exchanged. And through all of these benefits, the chief features of texts would have to be that they are cheap and instant.

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The Real Reason Why Pinterest Is Growing So Fast

To a few, perhaps the name Pinterest is somewhat unknown.  This is basically an online social media website where you can create your own online photo albums or boards.   These are not your own pictures, but rather are images you may have seen as you wander around the Web.  Other people can see the images you are pinning on your boards.  If they like them, they may repin them to a board of their own.  It’s a very simple concept but seems to be taking the world by storm.  Some reasons for this are clear but there is an underlying reason which seems to have not been commented on but is much more fundamental. Continue reading “The Real Reason Why Pinterest Is Growing So Fast”

Social Media Marketing to Millennials: Do’s and Don’ts

This article is contributed by Angelita Williams.

Millennials are young consumers that roughly fall between the ages of 18 and 29. They’re just getting out of college (some are still in school) but one thing is certain: they have a $170 billion per year purchasing power. Thus, this age demographic really needs your attention. However, marketing to millennials can be a little tricky—they can easily get turned off by the tiniest slip up. To ensure that your efforts to market to millennials on social media sites don’t go to waste, follow these tips below. Continue reading “Social Media Marketing to Millennials: Do’s and Don’ts”

Avoid burnout and defeat job fatigue

This article is contributed by Amelia Wood.

Today I’d like to offer some words of wisdom to those of you who find yourself struggling against the cynicism and defeatist mentality that dogs you on the job day in and day out. I’m talking about the readers out there suffering from fatigue brought on by hard economic times and seemingly insurmountable life obstacles. I’ve been there and I feel your pain. Continue reading “Avoid burnout and defeat job fatigue”

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If you’re here to buy a SMM blog, they are on auction at Click on either of the two panels to the right to go directly to the relevant auction page. Alternatively contact Barry Welford on any questions you may have.

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