Welcome to the November 30, 2012 edition of working at home blog carnival. This weeks Carnival has, as always, some really good articles. So, Sit Back and Enjoy.
And Here We Go…
Jocelyn Scott presents How to Monitor Your Nanny Without a Nanny Cam posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, “Entrusting the health and well-being of your children into the care of a relative stranger is difficult, regardless of how great her references are and how glowing her recommendations may be.”
Kevin Giffin presents 10 iPhone Apps That Can Help You When You’re Lost posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “Few things are as nerve-wracking as realizing that you’re lost, whether you’re in a completely unfamiliar city or simply a neighborhood in your hometown that you don’t know very well.”
Tristan Loo presents The Reality of Making Money Online With Your Website posted at Copywriting & Marketing Blog, saying, “Making money online with your blog or website is a very real possibility for anyone willing to put in the time and effort; however, you should know the reality of some of the “make money” models out there so you can make a wise and informed decision.”
Bill Smith presents Matt Cutts Shares His Views On Guest BloggingAuthority Articles posted at Authority Articles, saying, “Matt Cutts discussed guest posting and its influence on links on Google’s Webmaster Help video released last month. Now he appears in a new video answering a related question.”
Shamelle presents How To Use YouTube Videos To Turn Prospects Into Customers And Increase Sales posted at Promote Youtube Videos, saying, “On-line video has become the hub for marketing professionals over the past few years. From YouTube to various other media sites, there are many ways that you can reach your target audience and many benefits of implementing video as part of your marketing strategy.”
Shelby Martin presents 10 Things Your Toddler Can Do to Help Around the House posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “Parents may have great intentions of getting their children involved in chores around the house, but life can frequently get in the way of even the best of intentions.”
Kaylee Adams presents 10 Bits of Personal Info Your Nanny Doesn’t Need to Know posted at Find A Nanny.
Biz Tips presents 10 Shocking Ways To Energize Your Sales posted at Make Friends And Money Sharing Your Biz Tips, saying, “Sales management, for an employer, it means learning how to effectively hire, train and manage people for a sales team. For a sole proprietor, it means managing every aspect of selling products and services. These 10 easy to implement tips will just skyrocket your sales … overnight!”
David Leonhardt presents REVIEW: Comparing Social-sharing Co-op Services posted at David Leonhardt’s SEO and Social Media Marketing, saying, “I have been using three popular social sharing co-op services for a while now: JustRetweet, ViralContentBuzz and EasyRetweet. These help spread your content across social networks like Twitter and FaceBook. Here is my review, including the similarities, the differences and the pros and cons of each one.”
Michelle Brown presents How Nannies Can Screen Families posted at Nanny, saying, “There’s been much talk about how parents can screen the nannies they are considering hiring to care for their children, but when it comes to the nannies screening the parents whom they are considering working for, we mostly hear dead air.”
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