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***Popular Reasons To Choose Fitness Ebooks*** There's no do unimarter UniMarter
***Popular Reasons To Choose Fitness Ebooks***

There's no doubt that in the last few years, there's been a storm of electronic publications hitting the Internet.These electronic books or eBooks have grown with such popularity, that there's been an influx of eBook libraries & stores let along traditional publishers switching to digital print because of easier distribution.With thousands of different eBook topics on the market, health & fitness eBooks have surged in popularity alongside self-help and get rich publications.The popularity of fitness eBooks has emerged from the demand of fitness enthusiasts using the Internet.But it's not just these hardcore fitness goers that are taking advantage of digital advice, many newcomers with specific goals in mind such as weight loss or better eating habits are exploring the net as we speak to purchase eBooks.Before discussing more about eBooks with regards to fitness, let's go over the basics of an eBook in case this is all new to you. If you know exactly what an eBook is, feel free to skip to the next section.Basically, an eBook is a electronic book - a book that you can read on your computer. It's NOT a physical book. We've had a few people order our eBooks and received an email from them a few weeks later inquiring into why it hasn't arrived in their mailbox!An eBook is downloaded from the Internet to your computer as a file. Once this file has been downloaded, you can store it permanently on your computer and access it anytime you want. All you need to do is double click on the eBook file and you'll be able to view the contents.Most eBooks come available in Adobe acrobat format where you see a pretty good reproduction of a real book. Including cover, figures, charts, tables, table of contents, etc.An eBook can also be printed easily from your home computer. If your printer is of sufficient quality, you can print a professional eBook and store it into a binder if you don't want to read material from your computer.eBooks have proven very popular over the last few years because of the ability to download and view book quality information instantly.We often get questions from individuals seeking reasons why publications aren't in the form of a traditional book, or propositions from hawkers claiming they can make us millionaires if we let them have the rights to publish our book.We'll there have always been the temptation to sell a physical book but yet again, there are advantages for our eBook readers who are probably reading this article as we speak.Here are 12 advantages of eBooks in general:* They're convenient - if you just need a page or two "on paper" from a book - for example, a recipe from a cookbook, or a procedure from a fitness manual all you need to do is click print from your computer* Excellent for research and reference - Print out an eBook on 2 or 3-hole paper and put it in a ring binder. This is a much more convenient format than a regular bound book if you may want to write in it and take notes, or perhaps carry just a chapter or two at a time with you.* In Adobe pdf format (Maximum Fitness eBooks) you see a pretty good reproduction of a real book. Including cover, figures, charts, tables, table of contents, etc.* You can easily customize the viewing experience (enlarge font size and style, change orientation on device, modify screen contrast)* If your computer is a laptop or PDA, then your ebooks are portable. You can travel light; your entire library of ebooks is portable. Much easier than lugging around a stack of printed books.* You can acquire thousands of eBooks almost instantly via the Internet without spending time browsing book stores with their limited titles* Clicking is easier than page turning as you may have already discovered.* You can easily add multiple bookmarks and they stay where you put them* One click from the table of contents can lead you straight to chapters* Soon you will be able to have your eBook to you by your computer!* Popularity - Many recent titles are being published as eBooks only* They're easy on the environment - they save trees and paperFor those eBook junkies out there on the net, they have caught on to the fact seeking advice from an eBook can be just as or even more effective compared to purchasing a book from your local store.When you purchase a book, you've got the information in one hit and that's it! If you like the book and you're eager to feed on more advice from the author you'll either have to join the fan club or wait until the author's next publication is released.However, on the net it's a little different. For instance, many authors are offering online coaching with the purchase of an eBook. In the case of Maximum Fitness, you don't only purchase an eBook but you can have access to ongoing communications and advice from the author himself."Who better to talk to about the book than the actual author who wrote it?"teksty word of caution there are those who feel it's necessary to release a "Bible" containing pages upon pages of material. When you're reading through some of these eBooks it's like the author has dumped ALL knowledge throughout their entire life to please the general population.While these authors like to prove that they know the most "You're getting everything we think you should know" in this eBook... they neglect the single most important question - Who wants to read 500 PAGE book on their computer screen!Unless you're looking for fiction, most if not ALL eBooks should be relatively short and to the point (around 100 pages). This is what people are after, predominantly when it comes to self-help info such as how to lose weight or improve your fitness.teksty concise, step-by-step eBook will go a long way towards motivating someone to improve their lifestyle or fitness habits than a dictionary full of content based on "you can do this, you can do that" type of fluff talk.When purchasing an eBook, keep this thought in mind:"It's not about the quantity of content that counts, it's the quality of content and how you can go about using that content"Make no mistake about it, when you purchase any type of material, you want to know that the information you're getting is as accurate as possible towards the goal you're aiming to achieve.Gary Matthews is the author of the popular fitness eBooks Maximum Weight Loss and Maximum Weight Gain. Please visit http: / / www.maximumfitness.com right now for your 'free' weight loss or muscle building e-courses.

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***More Hair Care Myths - the Truth and the Lies*** We all unimarter UniMarter
***More Hair Care Myths - the Truth and the Lies***

We all have a favourite myth about hair care – some of them are as old as the hills! In this second in a series of 3 articles, we examine some of the most widely known myths - and seek out the reality…1. Dry hair is damaged by too-frequent washingFALSE: Hair is more likely to be damaged if it's left too long between washes. Not washing can cause the scalp's natural oil to be blocked, and unable to lubricate the hair shaft. As a result, hair can become dry and brittle. Things that damage hair include bleaching, coloring, styling and brushing when wet.2. To stop the frizzies, use shampoo only twice a month. The rest of the time, rinse daily with conditionerFALSE: Oil becomes rancid when it stays on the surface of the scalp, so regular shampooing is required to keep hair and scalp clean and healthy. Avoid frizzies by conditioning after every shampoo and try a leave-in conditioner, too.3. teksty rinse out conditioner does not provide benefits because it is rinsed outFALSE: Rinse out conditioners applied to your hair after washing will leave a deposit of moisturizing proteins and other ingredients on the hair shaft giving hair that is softer, shinier and better conditioned.4. Blow-drying hair can cause it to smokeFALSE: This strange myth has circulated in different variations for many years. On the rare occasion that hair “smokes” it is due to the evaporation of condensation on the hair from styling gels or similar hair care products.5. Brushing thinning hair makes it fall out fasterFALSE: Although, brushing can damage hair (see above), as long as you use a good brush, normal daily brushing will not accelerate the normal loss of hair from the scalp. If your hair is suffering from a hair loss condition like alopecia brushing will only cause you to lose hair that is already ready to fall. Excessive brushing is always discouraged under any circumstances.6. Shaving a baby’s scalp will alter their natural hair textureFALSE: The hair that a baby is born with may or may not be the hair that they grow up with. Shaving a baby’s head will not alter the texture of their ultimate hair nor will it cause their hair to grow faster or thicker.7. Gray hair can only be covered with permanent colorFALSE: Depending on the percentage of gray hair that you have, you may be able to blend or cover the budding gray with a semi-permanent or demi-permanent blend that does not contain harsh chemicals.8. Excessive use of hair products causes hair lossFALSE: There are no known, (professionally produced) hair care products that cause hair loss. You may sculpt your locks with as much gel, mousse or spray as you desire. However, be careful of home-made remedies, or any product that you don’t know the contents of.9. Hair care products advertised as natural are chemical-freeFALSE: Not all hair care products sold in health food establishments, etc are completely natural; some may contain chemicals like SLS. When in doubt read the label.10. Eating Jell-O will make your hair grow fasterFALSE: According to dermatologists, there is no evidence that Jell-O will do anything for hair growth. Syncronized swimmers use Gelatin on their hair to protect against chlorine damage), but there's no evidence that it will stimulate growth.11. Stress causes your hair to thinFALSE: Everyday stress won't cause your hair to thin. The problem may be hormonal or nutritional in nature.12. Steroids have no side effects on hairFALSE: Bodybuilders beware! Anabolic steroids are very potent chemicals that have some treacherous side effects including acceleration of hair loss. The problem is that these side effects are usually delayed by several years.13. Standing on your head cures hair lossFALSE: Hair follicles need more than blood flow to grow hair. Standing on your head to increase blood flow to your scalp, may be great for your gymnastic skills, but will have no effect on your hair.14. Split ends will travelTRUE: Uncut split ends can travel up the hair shaft towards the roots. Hair that is not tended to, over time, may develop splits that migrate and split all or part of the entire hair. Some ends can actually tear multiple times so that your split ends have splits.15. Hair will always remain the same textureFALSE: Although you may be born with straight, curly or wavy locks, there are many circumstances under which your hair’s ultimate texture can be permanently altered. Pregnancy, medication, chemotherapy, age and other variables can cause your texture to be temporarily or permanently altered.SUMMARYHeard another myth about hair? Do your research – ask an expert! This doesn’t include your grandmother, best friend or local barmaid. Instead, talk to an experienced hairdresser or a trichologist. Always get the real facts before you act on any hair myths – you owe it to your hair.Michael Barrows(With thanks to Daniel Mcullough and Karen teksty. Shelton)Michael Barrows is a web publisher specialing in niche marketing. Pick up his FREE ebook "(Nearly) Everything You Should Know ABout Hairstyles and Hair Care" at his website; http: / / www.great-hairstyles.com

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***Yet More Hair Care Myths - The Truth And The Lies*** Thos unimarter UniMarter
***Yet More Hair Care Myths - The Truth And The Lies***

Those hair care myths just keep coming! In this third of 3 articles, we examine some of the most widely known myths - and dig out the truth…1. Hair should be washed every dayFALSE: There is no correct schedule for washing hair. Every person should shampoo according to the specific needs of their hair type and texture. While some people do benefit from a daily shampoo, others benefit from a variety of shampooing schedules.2. More lather = a more effective shampoo = cleaner hairFALSE: Lathering agents are often added to shampoos, but more foam doesn't mean cleaner hair.3. Hair develops immunity to the same shampoo over timeFALSE: There is no scientific evidence to prove this myth.4. Brushing your hair is better than combing itFALSE: Actually, your hair reacts better to a comb than a brush. Brushing it will only lead to split ends and hair breakage.5. Split ends can be repaired without trimmingFALSE: The only successful treatment for removing split ends is with a scissors. Some hair care products may temporarily merge split ends together, but this only lasts until your next shampoo. Always remember that damaged ends tend to grow slower than healthy, well-maintained, trimmed hair.6. Coloring hair during pregnancy is harmfulFALSE (PROBABLY): Some physicians disagree, but most believe that coloring the hair during pregnancy is not dangerous to the baby. When in doubt always get your physician’s permission to color your hair during pregnancy. Most experts believe that the key danger with hair coloring is not the application of the product to the scalp but the inhalation of the strong chemical odor.7. Virgin root hair should be treated differentlyTRUE: The hair that is closest to the roots reacts differently to the application of new hair color and chemical treatments. Hair color applied directly to the roots will process differently that color applied on hair that has already been treated.8. Lemon juice will bleach hair blondeFALSE: Some naturally light haired people may notice a slight lightening or brightening after prolonged sun exposure soaked in lemon juice, but most people wont not see any obvious change in their hair lightness or brightness.9. teksty sunburnt scalp can lead to hair lossTRUE: Severe sunburn or a series of burns that occur over time may damage delicate hair follicles at the root level. People with a genetic predisposition towards hair loss may accelerate the onset of hair loss activity. Avoid scalp burns by applying sun protection products to your scalp along with your hair.10. For thick, shiny hair, eat a diet that's rich in iron and proteinFALSE: Iron deficiency can cause hair loss, but dermatologists say the reverse is not true: eating extra iron will not give you thick hair. In fact, overloading on iron can cause serious health problems (the correct amount for optimal health is about 15 milligrams a day for a woman). The same thing is true with protein. Dermatologists say protein-deficiency will cause lackluster skin and brittle hair. It's important to get enough protein, but eating more than normal won't make hair any shinier.11. Wearing hats causes hair lossFALSE: In order for the hair to fall out, the hat would have to be so tight that it cuts circulation to the follicles. Milliners can breathe a collective sigh of relief!12. Hormones are not related to hair lossTRUE: Although hormonal imbalance can cause temporary hair loss, as is common with women after pregnancy, the important thing to remember is that the hair will grow back.13. Swimming pool chemicals can turn hair greenTRUE: Frequent swimmers with natural blonde or chemically highlighted hair that is extremely porous may experience the development of green tints and shades over time. This problem can be prevented with regular use of moisturizing shampoo and conditioners that provides a natural barrier to chlorine and related chemicals.14. Hair grows faster on different parts of the headTRUE: There is some scientific evidence that the growth rate of hair may vary on different parts of the head for select people. There is also some indication that the growth rate of hair on babies may be faster on the crown than on any other parts of the scalp. Usually the growth rate differences are very marginal and will not impact the hair appearance in any way.SUMMARYHeard another myth about hair? Do your research – ask an expert! This doesn’t include your grandmother, best friend or local barmaid. Instead, talk to an experienced hairdresser or a trichologist. Always get the real facts before you act on any hair myths – you owe it to your hair.Michael Barrows
(With thanks to Daniel Mcullough and Karen teksty. Shelton)Michael Barrows is a web publisher specialing in niche marketing. Pick up his FREE ebook "(Nearly)Everything You Should Know About Hairstyles and Hair Care" at his website; http: / / www.great-hairstyles.com

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***Ebook Review:
***Ebook Review: "Rat Race Blues for Women"***

Are you one of the many people who spends more each month than they earn? Do you wonder how you can get off the merry-go-round of continuous debt that debilitates you and makes your life miserable? If you relate to either of these statements, your salvation may just be at hand. Darlene (Dar) Arechederra's "Rat Race Blues for Women" details a refreshingly different approach from the usual advice about budgeting that so many other get-out-of-debt books offer.Dar's aim is to help you, "... enjoy your life more, put you on the path to cutting back on work hours, or teach you to set yourself up for leaving your job completely." She does that by stepping readers through a number of strategies for trimming expenditure and paying out your debts in an easy to read, conversational manner.Her e-book is small, but concise and is based on her experience as one of those who had money managing problems, but who overcame them to move on to a bigger, better future. What worked for her, she infers, will work for you. And because it all makes so much sense and is so easy to implement, I'm sure it will.Surprisingly, she advises readers to give budgeting the 'flick' (my word, not hers!) and shows us how more money is not the solution we all think it is. Instead, she shows us how to trim a bit here and a bit there until it becomes a habit that reduces our expenditure and increases our savings ... incremental salvation, or a step-by-step approach rather than the cold turkey approach many books recommend.Dar steps readers through an income and expenditure statement which is necessary to see where your affairs are at present so you can identify areas where you can make adjustments. This process itself is a good part of our learning experience because often we aren't aware of where our hard earned money is disappearing.There were two things that appealed to me most about this title; Dar encourages readers to begin a Life Book with their goals and ideas. These help you to focus on what you want and how to achieve them. Just as a matter of self-discovery, I spent a little time thinking about what I need most from life at present. I opted for continuing good health, without which nothing else is of much use, friends which we all need to enjoy ourselves, and good fun, but I'm closer to the end of my life than I would expect most readers of this title will be. They will be where I was thirty years ago ... in debt, earning a low income while raising two children, so their needs will likely include much to do with money. Of course, this is the target audience, not Baby Boomers like me!The other thing I liked was the insightful case studies Dar included, helping readers live through the lives of Paul and Marcy, middle class Americans. They were incredibly realistic and the people involved came alive for me. I could see my wife and I in their shoes. One or two of the questions raised during the case study were questions I had pondered very recently, even after 30 years of marriage. You will recognise some aspects of your life or relationship in the case studies also. I promise.The one thing I'm surprised at is why Dar has written this book just for women. There are just as many men who need help to get their debts under control and win back their lives for whom this title would be of great benefit.This book is about taking control of your life and winning your financial freedom. It will help you get out of debt, save for a home business, build an online business, and much more. It's well written and has excellent advice that is different from others I have read about the same topic. If you really want to make a difference in your life, grab a copy now and implement Dar's recommendations immediately. In the long run, it will be money well invested.Find out more about this ebook here.Published May 2006 | Copyright 2006 Robin HenryRobin Henry is an educator, human resources specialist and Internet entrepreneur. He helps home-based businesses and individuals improve performance by applying smart technology and processes and developing personally. He runs his business Desert Wave Enterprises from his home base at Alice Springs in Central Australia, although at present he is on temporary assignment in the United Arab Emirates.

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***My Rich Jerk eBook Review*** When I first came across thi unimarter UniMarter
***My Rich Jerk eBook Review***

When I first came across this website and online ebook, I thought to myself, either this guy really knows what he's doing promoting his own product, or he's totally off his rocker.Well, he really knows how to promote his own product. Not only are the ads eye-catching conveying a certain irreverent attitude about himself and others but it's an easy read with straightforward language. Warning! Please ignore the insulting attitude, it's not designed to hurt you in any way, it's designed to get you to react!!!Second, he's got links coming and going in this ebook, and believe me, it takes a certain amount of time to click through everything (if you're following his advice to the letter). You're also setting up free accounts all over the internet map and that will take some time. Everything is explained in detail so it's basically easy to do. You might need 60 days to do all that he tells you to do.The chapters cover such things as Affiliate Networks (which I knew nothing about), sales letters (very hard core), offering rebates, getting paid per lead (I had no idea you could get paid for leads), and building your own website. I especially liked Chapter 8 which has lots of supplemental information for beginners.In addition, he talks about Search Engine strategies and optimizations, selling your own informational product (which I plan to do soon), buying wholesale and selling on eBay (something I still haven't tried), something called Clickbank, also other online ventures are covered.I was completely intrigued when I started to read the book. I also was totally overwhelmed with all the information! Wow! Then I read it again and highlighted items that were pertinent to what I was trying to do. After that, I actually wrote out a plan of what I was going to do, referring back to the book for sources and valuable tips. Now I have completed about half of my plan and things are going well.Obviously the Rich Jerk loves money and loves to make even more with every click. I'm sure by now he doesn't care what people think or say about him. The program is valuable and worth investigating. There are others out there as well, maybe even for less money but if you don't like it or want to use the tools he gives you, you will get a full refund within 60 days.Again, be forewarned of the irreverent attitude! He doesn't know you so it's not directed at you personally. I'm sure some people will be turned off right at the beginning and then it wasn't meant for them to be involved with this online venture. There are plenty others to look into, as I have discovered.KatrinaMore information can be found on: www.myrichjerkbookreview.com

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***Inspiration for the Fired Soul*** You're Fired! is a boo unimarter UniMarter
***Inspiration for the Fired Soul***

You're Fired! is a book that tackles the real story's behind these two little words that pack so much punch.This is an Ebook that gets people motivated and inspired to take a different approach to being fired. I encourage you to open up about your own experiences. With new story's from the readers, this book will have no end.Take a look for yourself: http: / / www.yourefiredbooks.comTristan Becker has re-invented the term "You're Fired!" with motivational words of wisdom and a new outlook on the old term that has impacted so many lives in so many ways. The web site that promotes and distributes the Ebook, takes the reader into consideration in many ways. Getting the readers involved is the main focus of the book as well as the site. Each month will offer a new opportunity for the readers to WIN a day of pampering at the SPA, or one of many other promotions to warm the sences and rejuvenate the soul. Everyone deservers to be pampered, and each month the first One Hundred customers to buy a copy of " You're Fired!" will have the opportunity to do just that.You can purchase this Ebook through the web site, and tell your own story if you have one to share. More and more people are being fired in today's world; some much so, that the topic is no longer taboo.The author has a twist of humour that is refreshingly obvious throughout the book, which makes the reader feel at ease and allows for a much better reading experience.Visit and enjoy.Tricia Bowers is currently living in Southern Ontario.

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***Book Summary: Networking For Professional Success*** Book unimarter UniMarter
***Book Summary: Networking For Professional Success***

Book Summary:This article is based on the following book:
Effective Networking for Professional Success: "How to Make the Most of Your Personal Contacts"
by Rupert Hart, Stirling Books, 1997
ISBN 0 949 142 09 3
125 pagesWe are all ?self-employed? now.Today there is absolutely no job security. We are living in an age of corporate downsizing, and freelance consultants, or self-employed workers are growing by the day. Networking is one skill you need to practice to get ahead and survive these uncertain times.Wisdom in a Nutshell:Networking is essential for both new jobs and business contracts.Effective networking is 12 times more effective than answering advertisementsAdvertising is becoming ineffective except on a large scale.Networking helps you find hidden opportunities and can set you apart from the competition.An indirect approach is better than a direct one. Use someone you know to introduce you to your target contact. Never go straight to your target without a go-between who will put in a good word for you.You can overcome your natural shyness, your fear of using people, and your fear of rejection.The 3 key networking techniques are:Build a network of partners to keep an open eye and ear for new opportunities for You.Reach targeted individuals in two ways: directly or indirectly.Build visibility by raising your profile. Go to every social gathering you possibly can.Building your network is an ongoing process. You need to increase your range of contacts constantly.Planning your campaign:Define your objectiveSelect the right techniqueUnderstand that ?deal flow? or your number of prospects must be great in order to bag one new business contract.Identify your targetWork out your positioning. This is a short statement of what you are about, what you can offer.Think about what you can do for your network partners in exchange for information and contacts.Building Network partners:Talk to everyone you know about opportunitiesClarify what network partners can and will do for youKnow which contacts to build into network partnersFind those friendly network spiders, those types of people who just seem to know everyone.Use the telephone.How to grow and refresh your network:Go out of your way to be where people are.Get into the habit of being talkative.Get the contact details of people you meet. Not just exchanging business cards but stapling information like birthdays, anniversaries, hobby clubs, and key information onto their cards.Choose the right method for the right person.Warm up long-cold contacts.How to find targeted individuals:Focus on what you want to achieve and how people can help you.Use your network partners to find suitable companies.Gather key information on these companies.Figure out who is the one with the power to hire you.Find people connections and common areas of interest.Reaching targets through network partners:Find and persuade the best partner for your targeted individual.Engineer an introduction.Build word-of-mouth exchanges about yourself.Reaching targets directly:Decide if you should write a letter or not.Be able to demonstrate your achievements.Have a line ready to get you past the secretary.Act as though you expect to be put through.Be ready to leave a short, persuasive message for the decision-maker.Your opening line:Be cheerful, confident and straightforward.Exploit connections and recommendations.Mention common interests.Report news of interest to the target.Wait for a response. Know when to shut up.Write down your opening lines before picking up the phone.How to be visible without really trying:Ask a question at a conference.Make a point in a meeting.Write letters to your industry magazine.Introduce yourself to lots of people at an industry show or ball.Buy people a drink at the bar at a lecture.Discuss a book with an industry leader.Wear bright ties.Make people laugh.Have an opinion on everything. (But keep an open mind)Hand out an unusual business card.Recast your CV to be a little different.Take up an unusual hobby. (But not too unusual)Don?t overlook using the email and Internet to communicate your cause.About The AuthorBy: Regine P. Azurin and Yvette Pantillahttp: / / www.bizsum.com / freearticle2.htm"A Lot Of Great Books....Too Little Time To Read"Free Book Summaries Of Latest Bestsellers for Busy Executives and EntrepreneursMailto:freearticle@bizsum.comBusinessSummaries is a BusinessSummaries.com service.(c) Copyright 2001-2002, BusinessSummaries.com - Wisdom In A Nutshell

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***Media Star Power Book Review*** Judy Jernudd is a former unimarter UniMarter
***Media Star Power Book Review***

Judy Jernudd is a former newscaster and television talk show host turned professional speaker and media coach. Her unique background has given Ms. Jernudd the insight into what makes a great media interview and she shares this insight in her book.Media Star Power covers the terminology of the media world with concise descriptions, quotes and gold star tips. The book starts with "Advance Work" and ends with "ZZZ" and covers just about everything you need to know about media interviews in between. This book will help you become a media savvy guest, market your product and business, position yourself in the media, improve your confidence and help you prepare for a crisis.All of the topics covered are helpful but some of the most interesting are: creating an on camera look with tips on dressing and jewelry for both men and women, how to react to the media covering your company crisis and how to manage on camera anxiety. This book is a must have for anyone seeking or preparing for media coverage and is sized just right to fit into a purse or briefcase. Readers can use this guide while launching their own media campaign on a budget or to prepare themselves for working with a media coaching company.Media Star Power: ABCs to Successful TV, Radio, Print & Net Interviews
Judy Jernudd
MindShelf Publishing
270 North Canon Drive, #1175 , Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-306-6999
June 2003, ISBN: 0-9722398-3-9
194 pages, $14.95
http: / / www.MediaStarPower.comArticle marketing guru Bonnie Jo Davis offers free and paid article marketing resources on her Squidoo Lens and at her membership site Article Submission Sites.com.

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***Rat Race Blues E-book Review*** Rat Race Blues is a beaut unimarter UniMarter
***Rat Race Blues E-book Review***

Rat Race Blues is a beautifully designed and easy to navigate e-book with valuable strategies for living the life you want and deserve. This e-book begins with an analogy that most of us can understand: comparing our lives to a merry-go-round. How many of us spend our days overworking, overspending, frustrated and feeling like we can never get ahead? We work harder to pay the bills, overspend in response to the stress and work harder to pay for the overspending. On and on it goes. Darlene Arecheddera offers readers a way to get off the merry-go-round, improve their lives and reduce their stress.This e-book is not about budgeting or finding yet another part-time, work at home job to accelerate bill paying. It is not about which credit card to pay off first - although it does cover that issue. This e-book is about living within the income you make without working dozens of hours of overtime unless you really want to. It's about reducing stress, analyzing what it costs you to work and breaking down what you owe and what you own. Filled with worksheets and examples, Rat Race Blues helps readers make calculations, offers suggestions and provides examples that make you look at your money in a completely different way.Early in the e-book we are introduced to Marcy and Paul, a married couple working too hard and spending too much. Marcy discovers the techniques taught by Rat Race Blues and begins to apply them to her life. Later, her husband Paul sees the change these techniques make in Marcy's life and he begins to use them as well. The story of Marcy and Paul keeps us entertained and engaged while learning how to live better within our means. We learn along with Marcy and Paul how to save rather than spend and in return gain a new respect and appreciation for the money we work so hard to earn.This e-book is appropriate for anyone caught on the merry-go-round of modern life. It offers clever money saving strategies and encourages readers to keep a small notebook of expenditures, goals, lists, etc. I started my "Life Book" as the notebook is called the day after finishing Rat Race Blues and found $200.00 in unnecessary expenditures from this month's income. I thought of new ways to save money and began calculating how little I could actually spend every week. For an investment of $16.95 readers will find ways to save hundreds of dollars every year while reducing the number of hours they work. Rat Race Blues is a life changing e-book that everyone should read.RAT RACE BLUES: How To Break The Stranglehold
Darlene Arechederra
DAR N-Centives
25 Della, Fenton, MO 63026, 636-343-5495
October 2002, ISBN: None, Format: E-book
92 pages, $16.95
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***Book Review: Christmas in Dairyland*** Author / Publisher unimarter UniMarter
***Book Review: Christmas in Dairyland***

Author / Publisher
Christmas in Dairyland
by LeAnn R. Ralph
Published by LeAnn R. Ralph
E6689 970th Ave. Colfax, WI 54730
Printed by Booklocker.com
ISBN 1-59113-366-1
$13.95, 2003, 153 pagesReviewer
Boyd Sutton
Siren, Wisconsin
maxdude@centurytel.netDescription of the BookChristmas in Dairyland is a collection of short, true stories about a little girl growing up on a small dairy farm in Wisconsin in the early 1960s. The book tells of life for a young girl and her family?her father, who did the farming; her mother who, despite being disabled by polio, took care of the house and cooking; and a much older brother and sister, both of whom worked and contributed their incomes to the family.The stories recall preparations for Christmas at home, school, and church, how LeAnn learned about her Norwegian heritage and, most important, the love that pervaded this close-knit mid-20th century American family. As a bonus, Christmas in Dairyland includes tried and true recipes for many of the Norwegian heritage foods featured in the stories, including lefse (wafer-thin potato bread), Julekake (a rich Christmas bread), fattigman (a deep-fried sweet cookie), and a variety of traditional Christmas cookies. For the more adventurous, there is a recipe for lutefisk (cod that has been preserved in lye). Finally, the book includes instructions for making colorful candles using old crayons, paraffin, ice cubes, and milk cartons.About the BookThis is a heartwarming book about a vanishing way of life. Small dairy farms, with around 30 milking cows, were plentiful when the author was growing up and they provided a warm and loving home for hundreds of thousands of families back then. There are few left today, as small farms have been abandoned, sold for development, or gobbled up by industrial-scale farming operations. Small dairy farms can no longer provide for a family?s financial needs. Even then it was a real struggle. But, though such families were often well below the poverty level in strictly financial terms, they were usually wealthy in love and family relationships, as these stories show.One or more members of the family?the wife, a son, or daughter?usually had an outside job that contributed to the family income. And the farm usually provided sustenance?milk, beef, pork, chicken, corn, tomatoes, potatoes, and other produce, while mothers and daughters sewed and knitted to supplement clothing needs.. Most important, farm life developed close-knit, loving families that were strong on self-reliance, responsibility, and respect for hard work. My own wife grew up on such a farm and I have often heard her stories about the joys and difficulties?mostly joys?of growing up that way.LeAnn R. Ralph?s stories tell of the excitement of making ornaments and decorating the Christmas tree in her school room each year (another bygone era) and at home. The annual expedition with her father to select the ?just right? tree from the stand of red pine on their farm was one of many experiences that built a strong bond between father and daughter. Then there was the year that she and her older sister climbed a large pine to cut off the very top for their tree because all the other pines had grown so much.LeAnn learned to make lefse from her mother and tells of the mouth-watering aroma of the freshly made, thin Norwegian bread as she came home from school. ?By itself, lefse didn?t really taste like much, but once it was spread with butter, sprinkled with sugar and rolled into a log, I would have happily eaten nothing but lefse for breakfast, dinner and supper.? It made my mouth water just to read about it and I was happy to find LeAnn?s recipe for lefse (and other goodies) at the end of the book.This is a good book for all ages, from pre-teens through octogenarian. The writing is clear, simple, and direct, easily read by young children, but not so simple as to put off adult readers. Children will connect withLeAnn?s description of a young girl?s life on the farm, helping Dad with the chores, helping Mom wrap Christmas presents, yearning for a toboggan, and being surprised by her brother?s purchase of a saddle for her pony, Dusty. They?ll understand her attempts to get out of wearing boots, heavy coats, and mittens on warm winter days, ?just because it might get cold.? And some will relate to LeAnn?s stark fear of having to stand up in front of all the people at church to sing a solo?memorized in Norwegian?of an old-country Christmas carol. Older folks will feast on the nostalgia, and may get tears in their eyes as they learn how that Norwegian carol affected one old woman in the congregation. People from all generations will enjoy the depiction of a close, loving family as it prepares for and enjoys Christmas in Dairyland.About the reviewer: Boyd Sutton is president of Northwest Regional Writers and a member of the Yarnspinners critique group. He served for 11 years in the U.S. Army Infantry and Intelligence and wrote professionally as an analyst and manager with CIA for 27 years. He enjoys writing essays, fiction, and humor and has been published in local papers and magazines. Boyd won the Wisconsin Regional Writers' Assoc. Florence Lindemann Humor Contest in 2003. He is working on a spy novel and a nonfiction book addressing how Christian denominational doctrine (?Churchianity?) sometimes interferes with Christianity.About The AuthorLeAnn R. Ralph is the author of the books: "Christmas in Dairyland (True Stories from a Wisconsin Farm) and "Give Me a Home Where the Dairy Cows Roam." For more information, visit: http: / / ruralroute2.com; bigpines@ruralroute2.com

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***Introducing a New Web Site*** You're Fired is a book that unimarter UniMarter
***Introducing a New Web Site***

You're Fired is a book that tackles the real stories behind the two little words that pack so much punch.This is in EBook format.With new stories from the readers, this book will have no end.Take a look for yourself: http: / / www.yourefiredbooks.comThe site offers a Spa package for the first one hundred buyers and each month a new offer will be posted to all customers. The purpose of this book is to awaken the spirit and recharge the batteries of the entreprenuer inside all of us. This book gives a new forcus on being fired.Each person deals with such things in unique ways. Tristan Becker has shown us just how unique she has dealt with hearing the works "You're Fired!" And the stories in this bright and spunky book show us how others have dealt with those words in their unique ways.You can purchase this book through the site and tell your own story if you have one to share. There are more people being fired these days, that the topic has long passed being taboo.I found the author has a twist of humour that is obvious through out the book which makes the reader feel at ease and allows for a much better reading experience.But like I said before; don't take my word for it.Visit and enjoy.Tricia Bowers is currently living in Southern Ontario

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***Review: eBook Secrets Exposed*** If you want to make a lo unimarter UniMarter
***Review: eBook Secrets Exposed***

If you want to make a lot of money with your own eBook and you only read one book on the subject in the next 12 months, I strongly recommend that it's 'eBook Secrets Exposed' by Jim Edwards and David Garfinkel.The authors are both well qualified in this area. Jim Edwards has written five best-selling eBooks (including 'The Lazy Man's Guide to Online Business' and '33 Days To Online Success').David Garfinkel is considered by many to be the world's greatest copyrighting coach. He's an award-winning business journalist and is also the author of several best-selling eBooks, such as 'Advertising Headlines That Make You Rich' and 'Killer Copy Tactics'.There have been so many books on this subject that I really couldn't imagine how this book could add anything new.But I have never before seen an eBook that explains so clearly how to do it. I got the feeling that you could literally walk in Jim Edwards' footsteps and get the same results he did (over 4,500 eBook sales in 9 months).What makes this book very readable and enjoyable is that it's simply a long interview - David Garfinkel asks the questions and Jim Edwards gives the answers.The book is packed with so many 'insider tips' that's it's difficult to know where to begin, but one of the most valuable tips is how to find out - before you write your book - if there's a market for it.You do this by following Jim Edwards' 5-Step 'Ultimate eBook Success Formula'. The formula allows you to find out if there's a target audience that is already actively looking for the information you're about to sell online. And if so, if they are prepared to pay for it.One of the interesting things you'll discover in this book is that competition is actually good for your eBook.If you come up with an idea for an eBook and you find that there are no competing books, you need to get worried - it means there's probably no market for that idea.But if there are books competing with yours, you're on safe ground - you know you have a market.And don't be put off by competition: anyone who is serious about a particular subject will buy at least 4 or 5 books on that topic.Many eBook authors who make big money quickly with their eBooks do resale rights. Instead of making $29 per sale, they're making $99 per sale. As you can see, resale rights can get you into serious money very fast.But there are definite pitfalls with resale rights (such as finding out a few months later that your cherished information product has become a free eBook). If you want to avoid these pitfalls, you need to read Section 2 carefully.You might think that best-selling eBook authors don't bother with affiliate programs. Wrong!Jim Edwards shows you that one of secrets to making money with your eBook is to load it up with back-end affiliate links. But there's a right way to do this and a wrong way (more about this in Section 5).But the real secret to how Jim Edwards made over $40,000 in one month from a single eBook is joint ventures - finding people with lists of 10,000 or even 100,000 and getting them to do a personal recommendation to their readers.On the Internet it's not products that make money, it's lists (products don't sell, lists do). Or as Jim Edwards puts it: 'the power is in the pipes, in the distribution'.Let's say your eBook is priced at $29 and you find someone with a list of 10,000 and they do a mailing that results in 3000 people turning up at your website.And let's say that those 3000 visits result in 90 to 180 sales - you and your joint venture partner are suddenly making thousands of dollars in a few days.Jim Edwards shows you exactly, step-by-step, how to set up a joint venture. He even shows you the exact same letter that he used to set up joint ventures for his book 'How To Write and Publish Your Own eBook in a little as 7 Days'.One of the keys to making joint ventures work is what Jim Edwards calls 'the Santa Claus technique' (more on that in Section 2).A question many people have is how to price their eBook. And it's crucial that you get this right. In Section 4 Jim Edwards reveals his 'pricing formula' - a very clever way to find your eBook's 'breakpoint' or equilibrium.There's another very valuable tip in Section 17 - 'My Secret Method For Slashing Refunds' (this tip on it's own could be worth the price of the whole book).This is the best book on eBook publishing I've read in the last 18 months - in fact, while reading it, I came up with the idea for my next eBook!You can get your copy of 'eBook Secrets Exposed' at: http: / / www.freezineweb.com / ese.html------------------------------------------------------------
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years. He has shown hundreds of webmasters how to use this
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***Book Summary: The E-Myth Revisited*** Ever wonder why mos unimarter UniMarter
***Book Summary: The E-Myth Revisited***

Ever wonder why most small businesses-- no matter how huge effort they put in their endeavor--still fail? Micheal Gerber reveals the answers in this book. Accordingly, the future of small businesses revolve in only three philosophies: the e-myth (entrepreneurial myth), the turn-key revolution, and the business development process.The E-mythThe e-myth, or the entrepreneurial myth, evolved from one very fatal assumption-- that the success of every business is simply achieved by summing up the following: an entrepreneur?s desire to own a business plus the certain amount of capital he puts in plus the knowing the amount of targeted profit.Little did the entrepreneurs know that this assumption spell DISASTER rather than SUCCESS. Entrepreneurs need to learn to focus more on the business?the people involved in it and the phases it normally undergoes. Knowledge on these can save small businesses from experiencing entrepreneurial seizure?a stage wherein an entrepreneur goes through feeling of exhilaration, exhaustion, and despair.Small businesses basically consist of three main characters namely: the technician (the doer and builder), the manager (the planner), and the entrepreneur (the dreamer, visionary). Moreover, small businesses have different life phases. These are: infancy (the technician?s phase); adolescence (getting some help phase); beyond the comfort zone; and, maturity and the entrepreneurial perspective.The Turn-key RevolutionAs implied by the term itself, Turn-key Revolution speaks of the distinct transformations on the way businesses are managed and should be managed. One very prominent example is the introduction of McDonalds the idea of business format franchise to the business world.The business format franchise has set dramatic turn around on the future of small businesses. Here, the franchisor entitles the franchisee to owning rights to his entire business system. This format is anchored on the belief that the real product of a business is its sales technique rather than what it sells.The Business Development ProcessThe business development process is the response to the unending dynamism of the business world. It equips the entrepreneur with the necessary tools to preempt the continuous changes happening around. The process is comprised of three elemental stages: innovation, quantification and orchestration.The business development program requires the following aspects to be defined:Your Primary Aim. The owner?s primary aim should center on what he really wishes, needs and wants for his life. Defining this will push the owner to pursue his defined entrepreneurial dreams.Your Strategic Objectives. This contains standards that help the owner achieve his goals for his business. This should answer the question: What purpose will this serve my primary aim?Your Organizational Strategy. Business owners should learn how to appreciate the value of organizational structures. Some points to consider are organizing around personalities, organizing your company, and position contract.Your Management Strategy. As the owner you should recognize the truth that the successful implementation of a management strategy is not dependent on the people who could implement it but on the system instead.Your People Strategy. This refers to the approach you take towards your people and their work. To make people appreciate the work they do, you should make them understand the idea behind each of their task assignments.Your Marketing Strategy. Here is the stage where all attention suddenly shifts from owner to the customer. You set aside your personal goals first and start focusing on the customer?s needs.Your Systems Strategy. There are three kinds of systems in a business: the hard systems, the soft systems and the information systems. The hard systems refer to all those in your business that are inanimate and has no life. The soft systems refer to all those that could be living or inanimate. The information systems are everything else in the business that provides you with data relating to how the two earlier systems interact.About The AuthorSummary By: Regine P. Azurin http: / / www.bizsum.com"A Lot Of Great Books....Too Little Time To Read"Free Book Summaries Of Latest Bestsellers for Busy Executives and Entrepreneurs, Mailto:freearticle@bizsum.comBusinessSummaries is a BusinessSummaries.com service.(c) Copyright 2001-2002, BusinessSummaries.com - Wisdom In A Nutshell

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***The Apple iPod is a Great Learning and Resource Tool as Well!* unimarter UniMarter
***The Apple iPod is a Great Learning and Resource Tool as Well!***

Using the iPod to gain knowledge quickly and effectively!There is no doubt that the Apple iPod has become a common item amongst today's youth as a great music player. But is the iPod more than just a music player?In fact, the iPod is more than a music player. It is also a great teaching and learning tool as well. And it is guaranteed to help you learn fast.Audio BooksBesides music, the iPod also plays audio books. These are essentially books that has been converted into a audio format and saved as a MP3 file. From a technical angle, there is no difference in the file format between a music or a book and you can download and play the same audio book off your computer or your iPod.This opens you to a whole library of 'books' for your iPod. These can include many great books found in public domains and downloaded for free. There are also many good commercial 'books' that you can purchase for a small price. These audio books are great as you can play them over and over again in the car, on the train or even on the plane. It's a good way to kill time and gain knowledge at the same time.The best thing about audio books is that you do not need to read. Let the book read to you and this can be a great enhancement for learning while driving or while sitting in a shaky bus or train.PodcastingHave you also heard of podcasting? If you have not, these are simply audio files published by individuals or companies covering interest topics ranging from music, technology, current affairs, news, politics, cars, sales and marketing, electronics, fashion to many other interesting niche areas.They then put up these audio files in certain podcast stations on the internet.Most podcast are free and you can download and treat them just like audio books. Similarly, you can subscribe and organize these podcast on your computer iTunes and then synchronize them to your iPod. It's also a great way to gain knowledge while driving or taking transport to school or work.What is gaining fast popularity today is video podcast. Video podcast are essentially video files that can be downloaded and again, it covers a great genre of subject. (As a matter of fact, I am learning about designing my own podcast by watching a video podcast of this subject.)However, you can only watch a video podcast on your computer or on the latest iPod video model. All earlier models of iPod will not be capable of playing video. With the iPod video, you can also output the video signal to a normal TV and watch the entire podcast on TV as well.What's more, you can watch them, stop them, rewind them or repeat these audio or video podcasts as often as you like. What better way to learn?So who says that iPods are meant for music only?Katherine Xie has 4 iPods starting from the 2G model. She runs a popular website, http: / / www.smart-ipod-ideas.com, that gives tips on iPods as well as showcase quality iPod accessories from Japan. Please feel free to distribute this article as long as credit and reference is made to her website.

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***Software Review: My Digital Dispatch*** SOFTWARE DETAILSF unimarter UniMarter
***Software Review: My Digital Dispatch***

SOFTWARE DETAILSFile Size: 3.24mb Zipped, 7.14mb Unzipped.
Format: MySQL Database.
Subject: My Digital Dispatch is a program you install on your website which can auto-deliver digital products which you sell via PayPal. It works both on eBay and outside of eBay i.e. on a website.ABOUT THE CREATORSocrates Socratous is a successful Internet Marketer and the creator of My Digital Dispatch. He also runs his own newsletter and a blog located at http: / / socratesblog.com / where he provides regular tips for ebook sellers on eBay.ABOUT THE SOFTWAREAfter trying various solutions for auto-delivering ebooks on eBay I found My Digital Dispatch. It is by far the best solution I have come across as it is both flexible, easy to use, and can be purchased with just one payment.My Digital Dispatch has the following features:
? Ebooks are delivered Instantly as soon as your customer makes the Payment!!
? You can add unlimited Ebooks to My Digital Dispatch!!
? You can have unlimited Email Messages sent with the Products!!
? Each message can be customised through Personalisation Variables!!
? You can harvest Customer Information!!
? My Digital Dispatch keeps a transaction log!!
? My Digital Dispatch works 24 / 7 even with the computer turned off!!
? My Digital Dispatch adjusts to any PayPal supported currency!!
? My Digital Dispatch checks the price and currency to avoid fraudulent transactions!!
? There is no need to update item numbers when selling on eBay!!
? You can easily create unlimited different titles to sell the same item on eBay!!
? My Digital dispatch works with both eBay Auctions and eBay Buy It Now Listings!!
? Much, much more!!My Digital Dispatch is basically a huge database script which you install on your website. Once installed you then add products (ebooks, software etc) to the Inventory. Then once you have done this you create Items for Sale (the title, price etc of the item you will be selling). This Items for Sale feature is very useful for eBay sellers because you can have lots of different titles for selling the same ebook on eBay. For example you could use both "The 90 Day PowerSeller Challenge Ebook - Can you do it?" or "Become a PowerSeller in 90 Days? Are you up to the challenge?" when selling the 90 Day PowerSeller Challenge Ebook.After you have done this you can then create custom Success and Failure Messages for your products. Success Messages are sent to deliver the product when the correct payment is made by the customer e.g. "Thankyou for purchasing . It can be downloaded from ." Failure Messages are sent when delivery fails, usually because the customer has paid the incorrect amount or in an incorrect currency e.g. "Sorry but the delivery has failed.This could be for a number of reasons. Please get in touch with us to rectify the problem." You can either create a custom Success and Failure Message for each individual product, or use the same custom Success and Failure Message for all products. Finally you can create custom Email Signatures. Again you can either use a different Email Signature for all products or list the same Email Signature. Once you have done this for each product they should be all ready to be auto-delivered.Now as I said earlier My Digital Dispatch is the best solution I have found for auto-delivering ebooks on eBay. Before I go on to list the good points of My Digital Dispatch, I will first outline the other delivery systems I have used, so that I can better highlight why My Digital Dispatch is superior. Prior to My Digital Dispatch I used two other methods for auto-delivering my ebooks; Outlook Express and Payloadz.Now using Outlook Express to auto-deliver ebooks is an OK solution when you are starting out. However, as your ebook business grows you will soon find that this method is not the best solution. For starters, the more sales you make, the longer your email program will have to spend sending emails, using up your bandwidth. Secondly, and more importantly this is not true auto-delivery because it only works when your computer is on and Outlook Express is open. Therefore, if you don't go on your computer for a few days or take a holiday all your ebook orders will be piling up, and will not be delivered till you go on your computer next. As you can see this will become quite a problem as paying customers will not be happy about waiting (even just for a few days) for the ebook to be delivered, when your competitors are delivering them instantly.The next solution I tried was Payloadz (http: / / www.payloadz.com). Unlike using Outlook Express, Payloadz is a good solution for auto-delivering ebooks. With Payloadz you upload your products to their servers and then you are given a ten digit code to insert within your eBay auction title (the code is similar to PL012345678). When a customer buys your product on eBay they are then sent an encrypted download link via Payloadz which you can also set to expire if you like. In exchange for the service Payloadz charge you a monthly fee which is based on how much you sell. There are a few reasons I don't find Payloadz as good as My Digital Dispatch.First, you have to insert a ten digit code into your auction title meaning that you now have ten less digits to describe your item with. Using My Digital Dispatch you can use the full fifty five digit auction title. Secondly, Payloadz restricts you to using Buy It Now and requiring Immediate Payment from buyers, which in turn restricts you to only accepting payment from buyers in your country. My Digital Dispatch also works on Auction listings and does not require Immediate Payment, which means you can accept payment from buyers in any country. Finally, Payloadz is a monthly subscription service and is therefore a recurring expense. My Digital Dispatch is yours to use forever after the one off payment. This saves you money in the long term.Overall, My Digital Dispatch is in my opinion the best option out there for auto-delivering ebooks on eBay. Hopefully, the comparisons with the other services above, highlight My Digital Dispatch's superiority. The flexibility, customisation, and the fact that you only have to pay for My Digital Dispatch once are why I prefer it over Payloadz. The only feature that I feel Payloadz outdoes My Digital Dispatch on is the encrypted and expiring download links. Payloadz does hide the download location of your ebooks and can also set the links to expire after a certain time. However, Socrates has promised that the next version of My Digital Dispatch will have this feature installed. If you are serious about selling ebooks on eBay then you need My Digital Dispatch.GOOD POINTS
? Allows you to auto-deliver unlimited digital products on and off eBay instantly, 24 / 7, whether or not you are on your computer.
? Allows customised, personalised, messages and signatures to be sent with the digital products.
? Allows you to keep a transaction and sales log so that you can analyse this data for planning purposes.
? Works with eBay Auction, Buy It Now, and Store Inventory listings.
? Once the digital product has been added to My Digital Dispatch there is no need to update auction IDs, listing details etc.
? The price and currency paid are checked to make sure you get paid the right amount. If the customer underpays or pays in the wrong currency they do not receive the item.
? No monthly subscription fee - Just a one off payment.BAD POINTS
? At the moment My Digital Dispatch does not encrypt or timeout download links (although this has been promised in the next version).
? You need your own website with MySQL databases and PHP in order to operate My Digital Dispatch.HOW I HAVE GAINED FROM MY DIGITAL DISPATCHWell what can I say? My Digital Dispatch has probably been one of the most helpful pieces of software, if not the most helpful piece of software I have come across. It saves me huge amounts of time when running my ebook business (located at http: / / stores.ebay.co.uk / theebookcavern) as I now no longer have to worry about delivering my products to customers. It's all done for me by My Digital Dispatch. Plus if I want to promote other websites or products in the delivery emails then I can do so by using the customised email messages and signatures.Tom Parker offers many impartial ebook reviews just like this one at his website http: / / www.theebookcavernreviews.co.uk / . Tom also runs a free newsletter for ebook sellers which you can join by sending an email to: newsletter@theebookcavern.co.uk. Please include this bio when reprinting.

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***MP3 Music and Movie Download Sites: A Candid Review*** It unimarter UniMarter
***MP3 Music and Movie Download Sites: A Candid Review***

It's so easy to download all your favorite music in mp3 format today. There are many sites on the web offering unlimited downloads at various prices. I recommend shopping around and compare costs / services offered. Nowadays, download sites offer more than just music. They also offer movies in just about every category, TV shows, software programs, games, and more. You can burn files to a CD or DVD and create your own personal library instantly however you like. Even download to your iPod. It just doesn't get much better than this.Prices can vary depending on the service. The usual is around 79 cents to 99 cents each download. Some download services charge monthly or a one-time membership for less than $40. All the benefits of download sites have made trips to the video store or your favorite music outlet a thing of the past. In fact, download services are just plain cheap and music stores are, and already have gone out of business. Is Blockbuster next?In conclusion, shop around and compare. Find what best meets your indivdual needs and requirements. A one-time membership without additional fees gives you the widest variety and the best technical support for unlimited downloading. And the cost is affordable to anyone.Brian Anderson is an eBusiness consultant with background and interests in music. Visit his blog for more information on recommended download sites at http: / / brianandersonblog.blogspot.com

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***It's My Garden, My Hole, I'm First*** Australia's the war unimarter UniMarter
***It's My Garden, My Hole, I'm First***

Australia's the warmest place in the world, and there was every chance of reaching it before bedtime. It needed a few more diggers and another couple of spades. So I phoned Kevin and told him the plan. He was big, strong and kept spare spades in the shed for emergencies. He didn't have a torch, but it'd be daytime where we were going.I assembled the gang and told them the plan. They were impressed, but there was a brief argument as to who would go down the hole first. It would have to be me, but I wasn't very assertive. I resorted to dirty tactics."It's my garden, my hole, I'm first."That settled it.We worked in shifts and soon Tim's head disappeared. That meant we were really deep and it shouldn't be long before we heard Australian voices. Boy, were they going to be surprised!
There was a 'clang'. Metal hit metal. A startled head appeared from the hole. "I think we've hit something" it said.Could be the bottom of an Australian car, a boat or even a rocket. "Better be quiet - shhhhhh."
Another couple of clangs and we knew a second World War bomb was blocking our path to Australia. We found an axe in the shed and gave the bomb a good beating. It wouldn't go off."It's my turn to make it go off.""No it's not, it's mine!"Darn thing wouldn't explode, so we scraped the dirt back to look for the button. Every bomb has a button in case it doesn't go off and has to be detonated by hand. Everyone knows that.
Parents always butt in when you're having the most fun."What are you lot doing, come and wash your hands, dinner?s ready""We're just setting the bomb off mum, I'll wash my hands in a minute."Everything happened quickly. There were sirens, cars, people in uniforms and lots of orange tape. We were moved a long way from our bomb and it was clear we had competition. That was the trouble with being small. Just when you found something really fun to play someone bigger came along and took it away.So we sat on the step of a shop and ate chocolate. We saved a bit for when the bomb went off and opened up the hole to Australia. We'd offer it around as a sign of friendship, chocolate being an international language.They were taking a long time setting the bomb off, and as it had been hissing aggressively when we got dragged away it shouldn't be taking this long.We snuck around the back of the houses, behind the policeman talking to an angry gardener, climbed over the fence into the garden and hid behind a bush. Water was spurting all over the place. We must have missed Australia and hit the ocean instead.Blame got passed around until it fell on me, but I reckoned this so called ?disaster? could be an unexpected bonus. We got a bit closer to check if any sharks were floating through the hole, as sharks were pretty cool and no other kid had one. With all this water pumping into the garden we'd have a pond to put it in. Maybe a lake, or even the whole ocean.A big red face appeared around the bush.The water pipe, the face said, is very important. The big red face spoke earnestly about bursting local council property and a cold Sunday dinner waiting for him at home. There was a ?cross missus? in there too, whatever one of those was, and a whole sentence that ended with ?pesky kids? but that didn?t make sense either. All we wanted to do was get to Australia and warm up.I had a very early night. All my friends went home and the big red face went off with the policemen, muttering.I stared at the ceiling. This must be what they call Deep Thought.
There must be other ways of getting Down Under.There are of course, but it was several years before I got on a plane and flew here. It wasn?t as difficult as I thought it would be, and the trip, although exciting, wasn?t nearly as much fun.Digging a hole here through the centre of the earth is the way to go. We?d have made it too; if it hadn?t been for that bomb they called a water pipe.Rob Daniel is a children's author, creative writing, memory and self-esteem teacher. He lives in beautiful Albany on the south west corner of Western Australia, has a passion for mangos, the Greek Islands and bringing the best out of young people.Rob creates 'turn the page' children's e-books with illustrators from around the world. You can check out and buy these books instantly from http: / / www.chocmint.com You'll also find an opportunity to join the chocmint adventure yourself, if you have a passion for writing and illustrating for children.LATEST book published 'A Tail's Tale', illustrated by UK artist Elizabeth Stringer. Part proceeds from these books go towards sponsoring children at the Bear-Care orphanage in Kitgum, Uganda run by the extraordinary Murray Kidd

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***Confessions Of A Book Junkie - Addicted To The Written World** unimarter UniMarter
***Confessions Of A Book Junkie - Addicted To The Written World***

I admit it; I am addicted to the written word in all its glorious formats. If I am awake and not talking or working, I am reading. I was watching Capote the other day and was stunned by the difference 50 years can make in the accessibility of things to read. In the movie they show a scene of the author reading selections from his third book. This was a big event that drew a large crowd and garnered much media coverage. So many fewer books were published in those days, and the availability of what a reader could get their hands on were limited to the local newsstand, bookstore and library. Nowadays, the true junkie has a multitude of options available and can spend every waking minute reading and still not make it through all the available text that they find interesting.The Internet offers enough options to keep the most avid reader going night and day. It may take some time to separate the wheat from the chaff, but there are fantastic offerings for everyone, no matter how obscure your interests may be. Personally, I have my ?can?t miss? blogs that I check in with everyday; I want to know the latest happenings for the folks that I find interesting. I love the multitude of voices within several forum communities that I visit often, and sometimes feel that I simply must chime in. The Internet gives me the option of checking news from other places. I am out here on the left coast and love to read the right coast view in the online version of the New York Times, as well as the views of the middle as represented in the Chicago Tribune.Magazines are another way to kill some hours reading. Running a company, I am sent free subscriptions to a multitude of publications that offer insight into my industry and the newest technology. I skim them all, reading articles that catch my interest and scanning the rest. Additionally, my business partner is always trying to help me with my pop culture cluelessness by passing on his Stairmaster reading, like People, TV Guide, and Entertainment Weekly. I keep these to read in the car when early to an appointment, or pop them in my bag to peruse while waiting in line. They are great for situations where I will be reading in bursts, as nothing requires full attention or concentration.Books, printed and bound, will always be my number one love. My space is truly overrun with books, as I read 5-9 books a week and always have more coming in. I read in the morning, before I sleep, while I enjoy a hot bubble bath and any extra time I can squeeze out in my day. I try to trade them as much as possible so I have as many going out as coming in, but they are still stashed in every available nook and corner. I adore everything from non-fiction books on building a business to biographies of people who have achieved greatness in their field. Mysteries are a great way to exercise my powers of deduction from the safety of my own bed. Some fiction offers insight to far away lands or into the lives of people who experience life differently or from past times. Trashy romances provide pure escapism and mindless entertainment.Some people say that books will soon be a thing of the past, replaced by ebooks and other electronic formats. While I love reading the reading I do online, I only read books in their printed format and don?t think they will ever disappear. After all, I can?t take my laptop into the bathtub.About the AuthorJessica Hardwick is founder and CEO of a startup, http: / / www.SwapThing.com that changes the way people barter goods and services through the Internet.SwapThing is a site focused on building a strong swap community online for consumers and businesses.This article comes with reprint rights. You are free to reprint and distribute it, as you like. All that we ask is that you do not make any changes, that this resource text is included, and that the links above is intact.

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***20 Tips For Great Indian Curries Plus One Tip You Wont Find In Any Recipe Books To Guarantee Success***

? Curry Tip 1: Use more onions than the recipe recommends.? Curry Tip 2: Slice those onions thin and nearly CARAMELISE them. This brings out the sweetness and flavour of the onions, which then infuses into the curry. Place them into HOT OIL when you begin.? Curry Tip 3: Use more fresh garlic and ginger than the recipe recommends.? Curry Tip 4: Whenever possible buy the spice seeds and toast them gently before either grinding in a coffee grinder or pounding with a mortar and pestle.? Curry Tip 5: This is the second most important tip of the lot, and I don?t ever see it in recipe books. With all curries, add a handful of dark brown sugar to the spices as you add them to the caramelised onions, garlic and ginger. Add at least half that amount of salt.? Curry Tip 6: Be patient as you slowly cook the spices together with the onion, garlic, ginger mix. In books they recommend cooking for a few minutes. I often take 20 ? 30 minutes, stirring the mixture regularly and adding moisture when it begins to get dry. A little water is fine, or use one of the base ingredient you?re going to use for the ?sauce? component of the curry. A little tomato past, tomato juice, some yoghurt maybe or coconut cream.? Curry Tip 7: The spices. If you cant get whole spices, or prefer using already ground spices, make sure they are as fresh as possible. I have been in homes where curries are cooked perhaps every five years, and the spices have been in the cupboard perhaps twice that long. A few months at most, then change them.? Curry Tip 8: Use the best cuts of meat, freshest vegetables you can find. Curry is not a meal to be made from leftovers. The spices you are using are both expensive, exotic and some are valued more than gold. The flavours and aromas they impart are thousands of years old, and do things to food that no other method of cooking can. Use the finest ingredients, and you will be rewarded with the finest curries, AND the kudos that goes with them.? Curry Tip 9: I have tried all kinds of yoghurts and coconut products in curry. By far the most effective is Greek yoghurt. It has a richness and smooth texture that transforms a good curry into a great curry. And, I NEVER use coconut milk. Instead I use coconut cream only, and then only if it?s made by Trident. I?ve tried the rest, they don?t work nearly as well, INCLUDING, strangely, fresh coconut milk straight from the coconut. I don?t know why.? Curry Tip 10: Don?t be afraid to try unusual blends to find a unique flavour. One favourite of ours is a curry called Chicken Midas you wont find anywhere else in the world, because I made it up in our kitchen. As a teaser I use tinned mandarins, coconut cream and a small amount of sour cream in the preparation of this gorgeous curry, and with the right spices the flavours just melt together. Would you like a copy?? Curry Tip 11: Cook the curry slowly. The temptation once it?s bubbling is to get it to the table as quick as possible. After all, you?ve been drooling for hours and the guests are tearing the furniture apart, but it?s worth the wait. Ideally curry should be cooked at least 24 hours before you intend serving it, but I defy you to try that and still have any left 24 hours later. It cant be done. So, maybe make a bigger batch, eat your fill and STILL have enough for the mates coming around tomorrow night.
Truth is, the curry will be better on the third day, but that?s just silly.? Curry Tip 12: At the end, just when you?ve had that final taste and it just cant get any better, add a sprinkling of garam masala (bought is fine, but I prefer to make my own) and a generous helping of freshly chopped coriander.
Cook it for a further five minutes.? Curry Tip 13: Beef and lamb dishes should be tender, fall apart in the mouth without getting ?mushy. If you make a mushy curry, give it to the dog, learn the lesson and start again.? Curry Tip 14: Use only Basmati rice with Indian curry. I know I know, some people prefer sticky rice, and I admit that I sometimes make that instead when I?ve forgotten to stock up (and enjoy it immensely), but a great Indian curry deserves a great Indian rice. And Basmati is the one.? Curry Tip 15: DON?T STUFF UP THE RICE! Rice, made perfect, every time, with a few twists along the way, will round off a great curry and enhance the flavour and enjoyment. Two cups rice, add to four cups cold water, bring to boil with lid on, fork through, boil for another minute with lid closed, turn heat off and leave for 15 minutes. Perfect!? Curry Tip 16: Have lemons and limes in the fruit bowl at all times. A juice of half each lemon and lime can add an exquisite taste to some curries. Experiment gently, and be prepared for some delicious results.? Curry Tip 17: Experiment with and use different chilli?s. If you cook curries you will already have your own stories about chilli?s and their effects on fingers, eyes, naturally the mouth, internal organs and often parts of the body that were never intended to come into contact with such volatile substances. Be careful of chilli?s. More isn?t always better.? Curry Tip 18: Once you have created a new curry, and not just you but EVERYONE you?ve tried it on has just loved it, send it to me. Share freely and more will come back to you. In fact, I?ll do you a deal. Send me your very best recipes and I will include them in a book, with your name, and share all new recipes I feel are worthy for as long as you?d like to see them arriving in your e-mail. Once a month.? Curry Tip 19: A teaspoon of tomato paste at some stage of the cooking will enhance most curries. Again, use the best quality you can find.? Curry Tip 20: Use either vegetable, sunflower or olive oil for cooking the onions. I don?t use Ghee as I find it too fatty and I don?t have a problem using olive oil, though many people say it taints the curry. I?ve never found this to be true, but it?s a matter of personal preference. Try it. I?ve cooked the onions in just water too, and that worked just as well.Leave just one of these tips out and your favourite curry wont taste the same.But I need to give you the 21st tip, and the one that makes all the difference. It is also the most controversial, and the one that the un-enlightened few will cry ?What is he going on about now???
When I do this, the curry works perfectly every time. When I don?t, it still tastes great but there is something missing.Thinking about it now, it has something to do with why most of us remember home cooking with such fondness.So here it is:? Curry Tip 21: Your Indian curry MUST KNOW it?s an Indian curry.I told you.Before you push the 'Back' button, remember the other 20 invaluable tips in this article and know they will make all the difference. This tip, however, will ensure you?re treated like a curry guru for the rest of your life.I am not a religious person, but I recognise that all things have an energy of their own, that broken down they could even be said to have a life force of their own. However weird this sounds, stay with me here.The best way to describe what I do when I?m making any curry is this. Imagine you?re sending energy from your heart into the meal you?re cooking. Open it out, and pour it in. Try this with an orange that wont peel easily, a piece of fruit that tastes a bit sour, and see the difference.It works with all things. It doesn?t matter whether you believe it or not. Try it, because there is nothing to lose. Practice.I have witnessed many extraordinary things in our world, too many to go into here and none I?m willing to divulge in an article about curry. I know, from witnessing these events myself, that there is more going on than we?re willing to accept as ?normal?.The reason home cooking tasted so much better perhaps, even though you have the exact recipes your mum and grandmother had, is because they poured all their love into the meals they made.Maybe we don?t have time to do this anymore, with microwaves, fast food and packet mixes. I wonder if our kids when they?re grown will say ?Remember Mums cooking, and Dad?s when he made those curries? They were the best meals I ever had!?I hope so. One thing I know for certain though, you take these tips onboard and those average curries will evolve into what you once imagined they would be.Don?t forget to send me the ones that really work for you, and I?ll add them to our database. Come up with a catchy name if you like, but be sure to add your name IF you were the one who created it.Rob Daniel is a children's author, creative writing, memory and self-esteem teacher. He lives in beautiful Albany on the south west corner of Western Australia, has a passion for mangos, the Greek Islands and bringing the best out of young people. He has been booked to go on a creative writing tour of primary schools around the south-west in September, and is very excited about the adventures he's about to have!Rob creates 'turn the page' children's e-books with illustrators from around the world. You can check out and buy these books instantly from http: / / www.chocmint.com You'll also find an opportunity to join the chocmint adventure yourself, if you have a passion for writing and illustrating for children.LATEST book published 'A Tail's Tale', illustrated by UK artist Elizabeth Stringer. Part proceeds from these books go towards sponsoring children at the Bear-Care orphanage in Kitgum, Uganda run by the extraordinary Murray Kidd.Rob has also opened, cooked in and run two Indian restaurants which were hugely popular and believes, if it works, share it.

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***Three Secrets of A Consistent Golf Stroke*** What you are unimarter UniMarter
***Three Secrets of A Consistent Golf Stroke***

What you are about to read... will change your golfing life
forever! What are these three "secrets"? If you knew how
would they effect your game?. These three "secrets" are what
the worlds best players do. Every player MUST know these
"secrets" if they are to have a powerful, repeating golf
stroke.The problem with the majority of golfers is that they don't
know what to do. Oh their friends, well wishers at best,
tell them that they are "bending their left arm", "raising
up through the shot", "coming over the top" and host of
other swing faults. But these are the same people that
shoot the same scores you do! What could they possibly tell
you that would improve your game?The information you are about to receive is not theory or
conjecture but science. Ooooh, you say, this sounds
complicated. Well it isn't, it is simply the laws of force
and motion that govern our entire lives and day to day
living. Once you understand these simply laws your golf
game will forever change...for the better!Secret #1: A Flat Left WristBecause the golf stroke involves a golf club, a left arm, and
a wrist in between, it is called a "lever system". The left
wrist acts as a "hinge pin" much like the old time "flail"
used to beat wheat. This "hinge pin" can rotate, cock or
uncock but NEVER Bends!Golfers however routinely bend the left wrist causing the
clubhead to reach the ball before the hands do. This causes
a "quitting" motion, adds loft to the clubface, points the
face to the left of target, makes the clubhead swing
upward disrupting the downward motion that ALL good golf
shots MUST have. Good players DELOFT the clubface at
Impact. Poor players ADD loft to the clubface costing them
distance, direction, and trajectory.A 5 iron, for example, has approximately 8 degrees for
"forward lean" when soled properly. At Impact with good
players the "lean" is approximately 15 degrees. This turns
the 5 iron into a 4 iron. Poor players reach Impact with a
"backward" leaning clubshaft thereby ADDING loft and turning
the 5 iron into a 6-7 iron!Secret #2: A Staright Plane LineYou only have two choices when it comes to the swing plane,
you are either on or you're off. There is no middle
ground!What exactly is the swing plane? The plane is the angle of
the clubshaft as it sets at address - period! It is NOT
Hogans plane of glass as many would have you to believe.
There are only three planes available;1. Horizontal - a wall
2. Vertical - the floor
3. Inclined somewhere in betweenAs golfers you and I use the Inclined Plane to swing the
club back up and end, down out and forward, up back and in
making the Golf Stroke three dimensional.The clubshaft, actually the sweetspot of the club, may
travel to any other plane angle during the swing as long as it
DOES NOT cross the base of the plane. Here is a
simple way you can know if you are on plane or not.
Whichever end of the club is nearest to the ground MUST also
point at the base of the plane from horizon to horizon. If
neither end is nearer then the clubshaft MUST be horizontal
to the ground and parallel to the base of plane.Secret #3: A Lagging ClubheadLag by definition means "trailing". When the clubhead
passes the hands coming into Impact there is no "lag".
Without "lag" the golf ball cannot be compressed, we cannot
hit downward, and we have a tremendous power loss. Clubhead
lag promotes a steady and even acceleration giving us a
dependable way to control distance.Look at any picture of your favorite player at Impact. The
left arm and clubshaft are in ONE LINE! Never two lines.
This means that the player is utilizing "lag". When a ball
is struck with "lag" it explodes off the clubface! Without
this "lag" the sound turns into one of mush, a soft Impact
instead of a driving Impact.------------------------------------------------------------If you follow this outline, learn these three "Secrets" you
will be hitting the ball with more compression than you ever
thought possible.For example, a Driver striking a golf ball with a 2 degree
"backward" leaning clubshaft at 100 mph with 9.5 degrees of
loft produces a launch angle of 6.4 degrees and a carry
distance of 230 yards.By changing Impact to a 2 degree forward leaning clubshaft
the player produces a launch angle of 10.4 degrees and a
carry of 251 yards. A 21 YARD INCREASE WITHOUT buying a new
Driver and simply having clubhead lag!YOU can improve your game dramatically by following the
steps outlined above. Become the best player YOU can be and
start winning those 4 way presses! If YOU really want to
elevate your game, hit it farther, straighter, and nearer
the hole then practice what I've shared with you.------------------------------------------------------------
Chuck Evans, G.S.E.D.
chuck@chuckevansgolf.comP.S. Visit our website for more information on how to become
the best player YOU can be.
------------------------------------------------------------Chuck Evans is one of only 31 Teachers in the world to hold the designation of "Doctorate in Golf Stroke Engineering", he is one of the most highly sought after instructors in the world not only by players but other teachers as well and is known as the Teacher of Teachers!Chuck has appeared on numerous golf talk shows, written and published instructional articles in local, regional, and national golf publications. His DVD, "60 Days To Game Improvement" has sold in excess of 10,000 copies and his new eBook, "How To Build YOUR Golf Swing" is in the library of amateurs and Teaching Professional alike. He has also appeared as the featured instructor for education classes regarding the golf swing at various PGA Sections and Chapters around the country and has been nominated numerous times for Golf Digest's Top 50 Teachers and Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers.In addition Chuck has held the positions of Director of Schools for the PGA Tour Golf Academy and the Director of Instruction for the United States Golf Institute.You can reach Chuck through his Golf Academy in Mesa Arizona by calling 480.862.6544, by email at chuck@chuckevansgolf.com
or through the website www.chuckevansgolf.com

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***How To Become The 'Luckiest Fisherman On Earth'!*** Have unimarter UniMarter
***How To Become The 'Luckiest Fisherman On Earth'!***

Have you ever wondered why one guy seems to catch the biggest fish again and again, while the majority of other fishermen just seem to get the average catches? Why is that?Many of us would love to catch those big catfish, carp, etc, every time we go fishing. It may just be that the guy is a genius angler, but real fishing success is often simply about using bait that is more effective than most other anglers baits - getting round fishes natural fears and resistance to eating it!...But how can we achieve this? Well here?s a few of some of the best most proven methods of improving your baits and increasing your catches:1. Try taking a look at the most popular baits where you fish and eliminate any similarity your homemade bait has with them. This especially applies to your own unique fishing bait recipe or formulas. This removes the fishes ?danger reference points?. This gives your bait a massive ?edge? because the fish will not associate your bait with danger, anything like as much as with the baits everyone else are using - afterall , the whole point of a bait is simply to fool the fish into taking a hook into it?s mouth!2. Make your bait different sizes, odd shapes, density, colors, flavors, with different attractors and additives, the more different to the usual bait the fish experience, the more effective your bait will be potentially be. Making your own bait puts the odds back in your favor and the power back into your hands - literally!3. Absolutely pack your baits with ?powerful ?free amino acids? (the type bodybuilders use as a liquid protein food supplement.) Even if you?re making a proprietary bait using a ?commercial base mix? that anyone can purchase, this will really set your bait apart and make it preferable to fish!4. Pack bait with minerals, vitamins and trace elements - get a health tonic supplement from your local drug store. Very few people realize that these are in fact amazing attractors in their own right! An astounding edge is to massively increase the attractiveness and soluble nutritional message leaking from your bait, by soaking your hook bait in a mixture if fresh liquidized sweet corn, molasses and liquid protein food (so-called ?free amino acids.)5. It has been proven that when tested carp were provided with a number of complete foods providing all their nutritional requirements, preferred the food that had been sweetened. Eg, try sweetening honey and molasses , fruit sugar (fructose), or saccharin.6. Add Sea salt to your bait - this is one of the most proven and unbelievable fish feeding triggers, and a great nutritional taste enhancer full of minerals. Nearly every animal and fish cannot live without salt!7. For many fish including catfish and carp, pack your bait with fresh good quality digestible protein - it doesn?t need to be a large proportion, no more than a third of your bait. Ingredients such as trout pellet powder, meat and poultry meals, blood meal, fish meals and shellfish meals and liver powder are great. Add energy rich carbohydrates to provide balanced nutrition and binding. For example, soya flour, semolina, or even ordinary white or brown wheat flour. For carp try adding some wheat germ it has excellent properties!8. Add a small amount of oil to your bait for a balanced nutritional value. For catfish this could be you favorite fish oil. For carp the best is probably pure cold pressed hemp oil -it?s natures ?super food? and is one of the richest and most healthy and nutritional oils known to man and fish!9. Give your bait some protein that?s been ?predigested? or ?hydrolyzed.? This is easily achieved by adding a small amount of proprietary powder, like predigested liver, fish meal or shellfish extracts to your bait; available from bait companies all across the worldwide web. This method is incredibly effective, improving the fish attractive ?amino acid profile of your bait. Fish are extremely efficient at detecting and utilizing amino acids, and you may well find that with the higher the rate of inclusion of these highly fish digestible ingredients, your catches and numbers of bigger fish soar too!10. Allow your bait to ?cure? for 3-4 days prior to use; this allows your bait to start to ferment and lets bacterial enzymes release alcohols, sugars and increase the level of predigested proteins in your bait; all amazingly extremely good fish feeding triggers and attractors. See the difference this makes to your catches!11. If you use ?boilies? rather than paste or dough baits, try chopping edges off your hook baits as if other fish have been ?playing with your bait and taking small chunks out of it; this can really make the bigger fish ?feel? safer when they sample your hook baits - try piecing your hook baits right through to release the maximum attraction even from the center of your bait; it really works!12. Try wrapping your bait and your hook (except the point) in a paste or dough. Try a mixture of ordinary flour, marmite, parmesan cheese, garlic granules, curry spices, sea salt, eggs and liquid amino acids - this mixture is pure ?dynamite? and really makes ?em bite!13. One of the most successful paste / dough baits of recent times is made from a mixture of fish meal and a couple of predigested ingredients like predigested fish meals, or predigested shellfish extracts. Try binding them together with just ordinary flour and loads of liquid amino acids / protein food supplement. ( But no eggs.) Experiment with different proportions to get your dough / pate to hold and last on your hook for different times. When you ?bait up? or ?chum your swim with free baits like this, to attract the fish - hold on to your rod / s!!!14. Add natural ingredients to your bait, for example, bird foods contain all kinds of fantastic foods fish love, like insects, seeds, grubs and worms. Many times, these encourage smaller fish to find your bait, and these can lead the bigger ones to your hook...15. Add a ?crunch factor? to your bait - many fish have food detectors inside their gills, and allowing fish to experience eating your bait like it was natural food, eg, like shrimps or snails or mussels, is a great way to ?turn them on? and get more confident feeding and more bites!Making and adapting your own and readymade shop - bought baits to make them different to the rest, and more effective than normal - by far, is a science and a very satisfying 'art'. But by taking advantage of the efforts of those who have done the bait testing, takes away the risk factor and gives you the confidence you need. I could show you real life examples of how using edges like these and others, have resulted in fantastic big fish catches.I love writing about fishing bait because it is one of the fastest short-cuts to success. I am into bait in a big way, having even researched the subject with a pHd biochemist to get to the reasons why and how baits really work to catch fish. I?ve found that a little bait knowledge can catch you more fish, but the more you know - the more big fish you catch!The truly amazing thing is, even your average angler can achieve amazing catches with the right bait knowledge!..Tim Richardson, author of "BIG CARP BAIT SECRETS!" is an expert fisherman and is helping fishermen make their baits catch more fish. He asks "Why miss out?" His fishing ebook / book site is:http: / / www.baitbigfish.comTo answer more questions contact: info@baitbigfish

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