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Archive for August, 2009

A Blogger’s Rant

By bloggerexpert On August 26, 2009 No Comments

I’m in the blogging clan. That’s just plain mean.

I’m #1 in this area. or least I would like to think so. This was a dramatic discovery fo rme. Based upon the given criteria, I would say blogging passes. I want to avoid feeling dumb about it.

When blogging I suggest starting smaller and simpler. If you thought that article marketing was a necessity because of traffic then try this.   I’m using some tight security on this one. You can’t see it now, but you don’t want to skip this. I’m hopping mad about  social bookmarking. With my last post about  social bookmarking we got to go a bit old school. I found this really great site that solved my problem. If and when I remember it I will post the link to it here. Since I already offer unique and new solutions to blogging!


Shopping For A Home Base Business?

By bloggerexpert On August 19, 2009 No Comments

If you are an up and coming blogger and haven’t quite yet hit the financial goal you need to go full time then you may want to consider one of the many home based business opportunities available right now. Basically you want that business to have three main criteria.  of course you can add more as you see fit but I think the most essential ones are

1) Low barrier of entry (Cost and Specialized knowledge)

2) Scalable (You should be able to grow it easily in a repeatable, predictable manner)

3) Quality service/products (You should believe in them 100%)

Of course you can always add to a list like this. But I think if you stick to these three as your main cut-off then you will come out better in the long run. Click here for more information on a home based Ardyss International opportunity


Looking For An Online Pain Relief Source?

By bloggerexpert On August 17, 2009 No Comments

It can be hard to find inexpensive but reliable pain relief drugs online. I know this doesn’t have a lot to do with blogging concerns at the moment but I came across a situation where I had to spend a significant amount of time looking for this myself and I came across a pretty reliable place as far as I can tell. I didn’t do an exhaustive test of all known sources but I did look at enough to get an idea of what you should and shouldn’t expect as far as quality of product, customer service and related concerns. Of course a lot of these are present whenever you have any type of online transaction that involves money. In any case read more about the origin of pain relief products here.


Can Omega 3s Fix Our Eyes MNTP230

By bloggerexpert On August 9, 2009 No Comments

Can a diet rich in Omega 3 fatty acids help our vision?  I found and interesting article (exerpt below) that discusses the positive nature of Omega 3 fatty acids when added to the diet of mice.  Now whether one study of mice is enough for us to add more Omega 3 to our diets is questionable.  However, there has been plenty of other research supporting many healthy benefits of Omega 3s.  So go ahead and have that Salmon - it is good for you.


The August 2009 issue of the American Journal of Pathology presents findings from a study conducted by the National Eye Institute in Bethesda, MD that examined the direct effect of omega-3 fatty acids on the prevention of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The scientists found that mice fed a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids had slower progression of the leisons in the eye and some improvement. They also found that the mice had lower levels of inflammatory molecules and higher levels of anti-inflammatory molecules, which they suggest may explain their findings.


Blogging is the new news?

By bloggerexpert On August 5, 2009 No Comments

If you were like me and were glued to the TV as the post Iran election fallout was shown around the clock on CNN then you also saw how important things like social media can be in being able to diseminate information even among the oppressed. Who would have ever thought that it could happen in a nation like Iran?

The greater ramifications are that if it can happen there then how exactly has our society been molded by it in the near past and future? Most statistics would indicate a continued rise in the number of people that use the Internet in a daily if not hourly basis. What does that mean to traditional ways of communication? Is it better or worse? And why?