Welcome to the July 19, 2013 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…
Andy Schmitt presents Considering a Remote Virtual Work Environment? Remember These 8 Features of Your Remote Virtual Work Agreement posted at Remote Virtual Rock Stars – Remote Virtual Blog, saying, “This is a short article about the 8 essential features you should consider when creating a remote work policy. This article will assist both employees and employers who desire to create remote virtual work agreement.”
Bill Smith presents Technology Startup Funding Sources – Captured Technology posted at Captured Technology, saying, “Any startup business or company, from fine arts to music to technology, will require some major funding to launch.”
Steve Faber presents Why Your Email Newsletter Isn’t Working – 10 Campaign Killing Newsletter Mistakes posted at Steve Faber, saying, “Your email newsletter is one of your most important customer relationship tools. No, it’s not dead, despite reports to the contrary. Here are some important tips to ensure it stays alive and well.”
Bryan Chau presents Freelance Isn’t All Romance – Prerequisites For Success! posted at Success Pen Pal, saying, “freelance, business, writing, marketing, entrepreneurship, prerequisites for success, etc.”
Kurt Kazmierczak presents Is Network Marketing right for you? updated Sun Jul 14 2013 3:19 pm EDT posted at kazmrczk’s lenses, saying, “This may not be a fit as it is a squidoo lens vs a straight blog. The page does have great information for people who are trying to analyze any network marketing opportunities. I DO NOT recommend or offer an MLM/Network marketing opportunities on this site. It is simply a pool of information that people should consider if they are considering any.”
Martin Poldma presents How to Be a Successful Entrepreneur posted at Success and Personal Development Blog, saying, “Hi, I wrote this post about how to be a successful entrepreneur, who can truly make a difference in people’s lives by providing wonderful products and services to the clients and also at the same time being able to make a good amount of money from it as well. Best regards, Martin”
Michelle Brown presents 10 iPhone Apps to Help Keep You Eating GMO Free posted at Nanny, saying, “These apps all have multiple features for identifying different types of ingredients, which means installing a combination of apps will keep you better informed.”
Jessica Clark presents 10 Ways to Calculate and Track Calories You’ve Burned posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “When it comes to losing weight or maintaining your current size, one of the most reliable methods is simply to ensure that you’re burning more calories than you’re taking in each day.”
Sylvia A. Mayfield presents Holiday Promotion Tips For Your Online Business posted at Online Sellers Tools, saying, “This post gives 10 tips for promoting an online business, whether it’s online auctions, direct sales or other ecommerce. Marketing for holiday sales should be planned ahead of time for optimal reach during the competitive holiday shopping seasons.”
Brittany Harris presents What to Pack When Taking a Toddler on a Cruise posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “Cruise lines offer plenty of entertainment and fun in the sun for the entire family, but it’s necessary to put some forethought into the packing process when there will be little ones on board.”
Sydney Bell presents How Not to Get Addicted to Social Media posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “While a social media addiction isn’t likely to cause the physical destruction that comes with substance abuse or alcoholism, it can very easily become an impediment to living a normal, productive life. There are very real repercussions stemming from behavioral addictions which can dramatically impact the life of not only an addict, but also those around them. These tips can help you spot a budding addiction and cut it off at the pass, as well as address the issue with loved ones that are becoming unhealthily fixated on the Internet and social networking sites, in particular.”
Shelby Martin presents How to Work As Part of a Household Staff posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “While having a co-worker can be a welcome relief to the isolation that often comes with having a household job, it can be challenging to work alongside other employers in the home environment. Here are some tips for being successful when you’re part of a household staff.”
MITCHELL MORRIS presents Things To Avoid Saying to Your Child posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Even when you’re clear about what you want to say, the words don’t always come out the way you intended or wanted. Although there are no hard and fast rules for communicating with kids, here are some things to avoid saying.”
Lisa Williams presents How to Foster a Love of Animals in Children posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “Kids that are taught to look after animals and to treat them with respect are learning the fundamentals of social interaction by understanding that it’s not okay to be a bully or to take advantage of weaker beings. Instilling that love and compassion, however, can be a bit of a challenge if you don’t know where to start.”
David Thompsonn presents How to Save a Tooth That Gets Accidentally Knocked Out posted at Backup Care, saying, “Maybe it was a sports injury, a bite from an apple or your child’s head slamming into your mouth, but whatever the cause, you find yourself holding your tooth in your hand. Before you panic, know that in many cases a knocked out tooth can be saved and reimplanted. You just have to act fast.”
John Wilson presents 4 Ways to Spin a Bad Nanny Job Ending posted at NannyResume.org, saying, “It’s almost always possible to end employment on amicable terms, even friendly ones, that can benefit your long-term career goals. Some jobs, though, end badly, whether that means termination, resignation or tension between the nanny and family.”
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