Remember that Your YouTube Video Need Be Nothing Fancy

May 31, 2013 in Internet Marketing by Robert Yetman

In your quest to build traffic, you’re missing out on a large audience if you don’t go to the (very minor) trouble of getting your message out through the use of video. The world is composed of people who like to receive information in a variety of different ways, and the advent of the “new media” allows an audience to read, listen to audio, and view video all via the mechanism of the Internet. If you’re not taking advantage of the YouTube craze (which is more than a craze and likely Full Article [...]

Enhancing Customer Loyalty (and Sales) by Getting Out and Meeting Your People

May 28, 2013 in Internet Marketing by Robert Yetman

One of the attractions to developing an Internet based business is, admittedly, the ability to be able to stay put. You can get up in the morning, work from home, retire for the evening, and never once have to leave the house to go anywhere. That is awfully convenient, to be sure. That said, if you are serious about making your Internet marketing efforts pay off for you, you might want to think about actually getting out there and in front of people “live,” for the purpose of enhancing Full Article [...]

More Thoughts on the Mental Component of Survival

May 27, 2013 in Survival by Robert Yetman

A few articles back, I discussed how the will to survive, or lack thereof, can prove to be the biggest impediment to actually persisting through a survival environment. At one point, I mentioned that simulating survival conditions as a means by which to become accustomed to them is one key way to strengthen that will. It’s an important point, and one worth reiterating. If you have ever taken the time to read The Art of War by Sun Tzu, a Chinese military strategist who was active in the sixth Full Article [...]

Simple Water Purification

May 25, 2013 in Survival by Robert Yetman

The human body is made up of roughly 90 percent water, which means that regular ingestion of water is essential to maintaining the body’s efficiency. The human body needs a little over two quarts of water each day to function properly, and that need increases under more stressful conditions. The bottom line is that water is very important, and you need to be able to access potable (drinkable) water one way or another in your survival situation. If there isn’t any potable water occurring naturally Full Article [...]

How To Settle With The IRS

May 25, 2013 in Finance by James L. Paris

Author Daniel Pilla joins Jim Paris to discuss how to settle your IRS debt. Pilla has appeared on hundreds of talk shows and is the author of the first book teaching people how to settle IRS debts for a fraction of the original amount.