In Business Since 2001 We accept Paypal
Home Article Directory
More from Bill Platt
"Bill Platt for Book Authors" Youtube Channel
Training for Book Authors
Sites Owned by Bill Platt

 


Unique Marketing Strategies

Copyright (c) 2006-2019 , All Rights Reserved

As an online marketer I have learned a variety of techniques for attracting traffic. However, sometimes I stumble upon marketing strategies that are truly unique. They include becoming a syndicated columnist, coupon marketing, and using Ebay for leads. If you haven't heard about these underground marketing techniques, I urge you to read on.

Using Ebay for Leads

Ebay recently added their 200-millionth registered user. They have millions of paying customers and they are one of the cheapest sources of traffic on the Internet. This makes eBay the perfect advertising spot and one of the best places to build a big opt-in list quickly and easily.

Simply create a downloadable report and sell it on Ebay for 99 cents. This report will introduce them to what you have to offer. You must provide valuable information inside, but it should also pre-sell your main product.

Once you have created a valuable report and set it up to sell on Ebay, then you can instantly tap into a stream of qualified buyers who are looking for the information you have to offer. You can use this technique to build a list of prospects. You are not trying to make money off of the initial sale of the report. Instead, you are looking to build a targeted list of prospects that you can put into an autoresponder and begin selling your higher-end related products. This technique will enable you to quickly place targeted prospects in your marketing funnel.

Become a Syndicated Columnist

As you probably know, article marketing can be an extremely effective marketing technique online. By engaging in an active article marketing campaign, you can increase your web site traffic, establish yourself as an expert in your field, and improve your search engine rankings.

However, if you have succeeded with your writing online, why not continue that same kind of promotion offline. This can be done through your very own syndicated column. There are a number of steps you must take to becoming a syndicated columnist. However, once you have been picked up, your message can reach a number of newspapers, magazines, and other publications. Writing a syndicated column is like getting a free advertisement nationwide and makes you the expert in your field. This in itself will cause your business to grow.

Becoming a syndicated columnist involves 3 steps.

1. To get started, you must first write your column.

2. Send both a query letter and a sample column to prospective editors.

3. Your entire package/proposal should be sent via email to make the editors' life easier.

Each of these steps require you to dedicate quite a bit of time to getting it just right. To get further information on how to become a syndicated columnist, check out http://www.market2editors.com. They will teach you how to write a newspaper column, show you how to find newspaper editors who will want to buy your column, and then email your column to over 2,500 newspaper editors.

You may also want to look into doing some freelance writing for magazines before you take the leap into becoming a syndicated columnist. There are a number of magazines looking for submissions from freelance writers. Here is a list to get you started.

  • http://www.entrepreneur.com/contactus/writersguidelines/index.html
  • http://www.timeinc.net/b2/web/information/Pressroom/faq.html
  • http://www.mybusinessmag.com/about/guide.php

    Use Coupons

    Coupons are a form of promotional marketing designed to stimulate a customer to take action towards a buying decision. They are a very affordable marketing strategy for small businesses.

    Unfortunately, coupons are an often-ignored marketing vehicle. Let's not make the same mistake.

    Online shoppers are looking for good deals. In fact, according to DoublClick Inc.'s Consumer E-mail Study conducted in 2005, 72% of consumers have redeemed an online coupon during an online purchase.

    So, why do coupons work? Simply because consumers who visit your website in order to use a coupon generally end up spending more than they'd planned. This makes coupons the perfect marketing vehicle for increasing sales and committing people to certain brands. Having a coupon also establishes credibility and awareness of your company, even if the coupons aren't actually redeemed.

    These statistics show that by creating an online coupon strategy, you can stimulate additional online and offline purchases. 70% of consumers believe coupons save them a lot of money. By providing your prospective customers with exceptional deals in your online coupons, you will trigger higher redemption rates.

    So, where should you place your coupon advertisements? Your best response rates will be found on very targeted web sites and newsletters. If you are selling cycling gear, don't place your ads in an outdoor magazine. Instead, specify "15 percent off cycling equipment" on an adventure cycling website. This level of targeting will improve your conversion rate and lower your customer acquisition cost.

    You should also partner up with coupon companies because they specifically market to people who already shop online using coupons. These companies include CoolSavings, CouponMountain, DealCatcher, and FatWallet. These companies will help connect you to your prospective customers.

    Affiliate Marketing

    Affiliate programs can enlist hundreds, even thousands of web sites to promote your product or service with zero risk on your part. Much like a franchise, an affiliate program allows you to duplicate yourself many times over.

    This form of marketing can drastically reduce your advertising costs and increase your brand exposure as you enroll thousands of highly motivated affiliates to advertise your product or service.

    As for the affiliate, they receive an opportunity to earn a substantial income without the risk of developing a proven product, fulfilling orders, handling customer service or merchant accounts. They simply promote the product and receive a portion of the revenues while you get increased exposure all over the Web. It's a win-win situation for both parties involved.

    However, to develop a truly successful program, you must create an optimized system that can be easily duplicated, recruit hundreds of affiliates, and keep your affiliates highly motivated. Read on to find out how you can succeed in each of these steps.

    To create a successful affiliate program your website must be built around a proven product and excellent customer support.

    You must also set high commissions. To keep your affiliates motivated, you should pay them at least 50% of your profits per sale.

    Thirdly, ensure that your sales page converts well before you start your affiliate program. Your sales page must convert at a rate of at least 2% or better. If it does not, then what reason would people have for promoting your products?

    You must also provide your affiliates with all of the materials they will need to promote your product or service. This includes sample:

  • emails
  • banners
  • text links
  • articles
  • interviews
  • ezine ads
  • press releases
  • self-branding ebooks
  • and more...

    You must also show them exactly where to advertise. I suggest using Camtasia videos to teach your affiliates step-by-step how to market your product down to the smallest detail.

    John Reese does a great job of training his affiliates to promote his product at http://www.auctionsecrets.com/affiliateprogram.html.

    Offer your affiliates a very simple, step-by-step process.

    In fact, you should tell them exactly what to do and in what order they should do it.

    Here's an example:

  • Step One - Send this email to your subscribers
  • Step Two - Add this article to your site
  • Step Three - Add this review to your site
  • Step Four - Send out this ezine ad to the following newsletters
  • Step Five - Change Your Email Signature to this
  • Step Six - Change Your Forum Signature to This
  • Step Seven - Offer this branded ebook to your newsletter subscribers

    So, why does this tactic work? It is basic psychology. Our brains hate to see any step go unfinished. We feel as though things are incomplete when we don't complete all of the steps. If you use this simple aspect of psychology within your affiliate program, you can greatly improve your income.

    In addition, you are also creating a very systematized approach for your affiliate program. Affiliates should never have to ask how they can be successful promoting your product. You must have a system set up that provides them with all of the training and tools they need to be successful.

    This is how you duplicate yourself. You teach others to promote your products and services. This is why affiliate programs are so effective, they allow you to duplicate your products or services all over the Internet.

    The last step in creating a successful affiliate program is recruiting super affiliates to spread your message to every corner of the Web. You can do this in a number of ways. I'll show you 4 of the most successful practices in place today.

    1. Go to the search engines and begin searching for the top web sites within your industry. Look for web sites that have a large list that targets your particular visitor demographics. Once you have found these web sites, send them an email and tell them why you feel that they would make for a great affiliate and how they stand to benefit. Remember to make it personal. Get to know them and their website before you attempt to send them an email.

    Better yet, why not give them a call. With today's spam filters it can be extremely hard to get through to someone's email. If you really want someone to take you seriously, contact them on the phone with a personal invitation to join your affiliate program.

    2. Send out a press release announcing the release of your affiliate program.

    3. Advertise your affiliate program in newsletters that serve your target market.

    4. Get your affiliate program listed in affiliate program directories.

    I hope you see the amazing opportunities that can be found in an affiliate program. They will reduce your advertising costs, dramatically increase your brand exposure, and explode your income when used correctly.


    About The Author: Shop Amazon - Top Gift Ideas
    Kim Roach is a staff writer and editor for the SiteProNews and SEO-News newsletters. You can also find additional tips and news on webmaster and SEO topics by Kim at the SiteProNews blog (http://blog.sitepronews.com/). Kim's email is: kim @ seo-news.com

    This article may be freely distributed without modification and provided that the copyright notice and author information remain intact.

    VOTE ON THIS ARTICLE
    Needs Work >> 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 << Excellent Article

    Tell our authors what you think about their article.



    Top-Level Category: Business Online Articles

    10 Most Recent Articles Written by Kim Roach

    Google Gets Personalized
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-12-08 | Word Count: 942 | Page Views: 2693 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.17
    Traditional algorithmic search engines have reached their peak. Personalized search is a natural and necessary progression for Google and other search engines as well.

    7 Online Marketing Tools for the Smart Webmaster
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-12-06 | Word Count: 1144 | Page Views: 3439 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.57
    As an online marketer, it's hard to wade through all of the misleading information that is running rampant on the Internet. Who do you trust? Where do you go for the very best information in online marketing? Well, this article was written to answer those very questions.

    Going Broke on Google Adwords?
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-12-05 | Word Count: 1229 | Page Views: 7020 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.80
    You've heard the stories. Click fraud has run rampant on Google, Yahoo, and MSN. This is evidenced by the numerous law suits that have been filed.

    Creating Your Own Online Radio Station
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-11-27 | Word Count: 1138 | Page Views: 5260 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 1.75
    Podcasting has leveled the playing field for people around the world. With just a few tools, you can quickly and easily set up your own talk show on the topic of your choice. All you need is a computer, a microphone, and a passion to share your knowledge with others.

    Smart Webmasters are Wasting Online Real Estate
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-11-24 | Word Count: 1307 | Page Views: 3094 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.71
    Many webmasters are not using their websites' traffic to full potential. The Web is full of wasted advertising space. Chances are that even your website has some virtual wasteland. These are areas that often go unnoticed by even the most experienced marketers, resulting in the loss of thousands of dollars of potential revenue.

    Hidden Market Research on Ebay, Amazon, and Others
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-10-12 | Word Count: 1489 | Page Views: 7704 | Votes: 21 | Rating: 1.86
    Are you looking to provide interesting content to your visitors? How about popular in-demand products? Do you know what your target customer is really searching for online? No worries. You are about to discover that there are literally thousands of untapped markets just waiting at your fingertips. To get started, let's go on a little virtual journey.

    Web Marketing 2.0
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-10-10 | Word Count: 1645 | Page Views: 4968 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.67
    If you're like me, then you are probably tired of hearing the word Web 2.0 passed around the net like a buzz word on steroids. Google alone currently shows 126,000,000 results for the search term "web 2.0" at the time of this writing. However, although this term may be overblown, it does have significant influence on the current changes taking place on the Internet. Most importantly, it has many implications for the online marketer.

    Franchising Your Online Business
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-09-29 | Word Count: 1833 | Page Views: 3301 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.44
    Franchises have proven to be much more successful than the traditional small business. Almost 80% of new business start-ups fail each year. Franchising, on the other hand, allows an entrepreneur to open up a new business based upon a proven brand and business model.

    Essential Programs For Your Virtual Toolbox
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-09-28 | Word Count: 947 | Page Views: 4216 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.36
    As an online marketer and webmaster, there are a number of tools that you will want in your virtual toolbox. To get you started, I have scoured the net to find some of the best programs to help webmasters improve their sites, their rankings, and their productivity. Best of all, each one of these tools is free.

    See Your Website Through Your Visitors Eyes
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-09-26 | Word Count: 1325 | Page Views: 6056 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 2.27
    Every time a visitor comes to your site, they take a particular path. Their eyes move in quick motion, hopping from one hotspot to the next. If you don't know how your visitors are traveling, your conversion rates will suffer dramatically. Fortunately, there is a company who has performed in-depth testing for you, revealing the common behaviors of people viewing web pages.

    All of Author's Articles on this site:

    Most Recent "Business Online" Articles

    Four Tips For Creating An Effective Authors' Resource Box
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-08-27 | Word Count: 1669 | Page Views: 5018 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.11
    In article marketing, there are many factors that will affect your articles' ability to promote your website in the most effective manner. In this article, we will briefly discuss a couple those factors, before we dive into how to create an effective Authors' Resource Box, also known as the About The Author Information.

    Website Traffic Generation: Winning the Love of the Traffic Fairy
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-08-24 | Word Count: 1149 | Page Views: 5696 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.57
    Some people still believe that all they have to do is build a website and customers will magically appear on their site... Once they have built their websites, they wait anxiously for the "Traffic Fairy" to come and sprinkle its magic dust on their website too, so that they can make lots of money like other success website owners.

    What Kind Of Backlinks Are Best At Helping Your Website In Google?
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-08-21 | Word Count: 439 | Page Views: 6928 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 3.20
    I was in the Warrior Forum, and someone asked what kinds of Backlinks are worth pursuing. This is my answer to that query.

    Understanding the Mechanics of Effective Article Marketing and Article Syndication
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-08-01 | Word Count: 1399 | Page Views: 3624 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
    Visit several marketing blogs or marketing forums, and you will find dozens of people proclaiming the death of article marketing as an effective marketing tool. Before we start agreeing with them, consider this...

    Top 10 Reasons Why Online Marketers Fail With Article Marketing
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-07-31 | Word Count: 1025 | Page Views: 4755 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.29
    If you've been marketing products online for any length of time, you've likely heard people talk about the power and promise of article marketing for the promotion of your online business. Unfortunately, many online marketers have tried to utilize article marketing to benefit their online business and failed. In this article, I document the top ten reasons why people fail to find success with article marketing... And how to fix your article marketing campaigns...

    Article Marketing Tip: Stop Trying To Sell From Within Your Articles
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-07-30 | Word Count: 1229 | Page Views: 3123 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.50
    The basic premise of article marketing is to present people information that will be important to them, then at the end of the article, present information "about the author" and offer to the reader a means to see how the author can help the reader further. When done well, article marketing continues to be one of the most effective methods of promotion that one could employ online.

    The Six Degrees of Internet Marketing
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-07-30 | Word Count: 991 | Page Views: 5451 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.25
    The theory behind the Six Degrees of Separation is that all people on earth can be connected together in as little as six steps. Now, I know what you might be thinking at this juncture... That sounds fun and interesting, but what does that have to do with Internet Marketing? That is a great question that I am going to answer for you in this article...

    How To Win More Eyeballs for Your Offers and Websites
    Written by: Bruce Lansing | Distributed: 2013-07-29 | Word Count: 1373 | Page Views: 3119 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.25
    Most people using search engines on the Internet are looking for answers to questions and solutions to problems. If you can give people what the answers they want, you will be able to position your business as one worth hiring today or tomorrow.

    How To Increase Your Rates and Earnings As a Freelance Writer
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-07-29 | Word Count: 1191 | Page Views: 3217 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.25
    Freelance writers fill a very important role in today's business marketplace. They create the on-demand, customized content that business owners everywhere need to push their businesses forward. In this article, the author explains what freelance writers should do to ensure that employers will pay them well for their services.

    Promoting Your Business With Content:: Defining Your Writing Strategy
    Written by: Bruce Lansing | Distributed: 2013-07-25 | Word Count: 677 | Page Views: 2906 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
    Many people suggest that you should write articles on the basis of the benefits that people will get from reading your articles. I'd like to suggest that there is a better reason, and that is to write your articles on the basis of what problem people will be able to solve, as a result of reading your articles.

    Most Viewed "Business Online" Articles

    Attracting Readers to your Book
    Written by: Alastair Hall | Distributed: 2006-05-18 | Word Count: 708 | Page Views: 45383 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.90
    One of the common and obvious ways to market a self-published book is having your own website. The harder part is how to attract your target audience and then convert the sale.

    How To Make Visitors Bookmark Your Site
    Written by: Cheryl Miller | Distributed: 2006-10-10 | Word Count: 536 | Page Views: 37726 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.21
    When visitors bookmark your site it is a sign that you have built a great website and are pleasing them. Visitors think highly enough of your site to want to return and possibly tell others about it. You are not only increasing traffic from your existing clientele you are encouraging new traffic by means of viral marketing.

    Treat Online 'Guests' With Respect
    Written by: Rick Sloboda | Distributed: 2007-07-27 | Word Count: 472 | Page Views: 29203 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 3.62
    Does your website show your customers lack of respect? Review the following checklist to find out.

    How I Got 70,000 Useless Visitors To My Site In One Day! (One Internet Marketer's Analysis of Social Bookmark Traffic)
    Written by: Titus Hoskins | Distributed: 2007-11-06 | Word Count: 1545 | Page Views: 26725 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.89
    Is social bookmark traffic useless? Is it even worth cultivating for your site? Can it be used from an online marketing perspective? Read to discover one Internet Marketer's analysis of social bookmark/media traffic...

    Successful Article Marketers Help Readers Solve Problems
    Written by: Bill Platt | Distributed: 2013-07-24 | Word Count: 816 | Page Views: 23244 | Votes: 27 | Rating: 2.93
    Every week, I have the opportunity to speak with people about the benefits and challenges of using article marketing to promote an online business. Article marketing is about getting your sales message in front of potential customers and to get links to your website. Many interpret this to mean that an article should directly promote a website within the article, but that approach is wrong and will reduce one's success using this methodology.

    Tips For Building Your First Website
    Written by: Benny Tsabba | Distributed: 2007-05-30 | Word Count: 1511 | Page Views: 18483 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.09
    New people are coming online everyday. And many of those people desire to turn their spare time into spare cash. So begins their journey.

    The Importance Of Effective Follow-up
    Written by: Kate Smalley | Distributed: 2007-01-15 | Word Count: 493 | Page Views: 13129 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.91
    Marketing experts say that following up with clients is crucial to successful selling because most prospects do not buy the first time, according to Aweber, a leading autoresponder company. People must encounter a marketing message multiple times before making a purchasing decision.

    Today's Google Bots and What They Do
    Written by: Kim Roach | Distributed: 2006-08-02 | Word Count: 1061 | Page Views: 12891 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.89
    Google currently indexes over 8 billion web pages. However, before these pages were placed in the index, they were each crawled by a special spider known as the GoogleBot. Unfortunately, many web masters do not know about the internal workings of this virtual robot. This article will attempt to reveal some of the most important Google spiders, their function, and how they affect you as a web master. We'll start with the well-known GoogleBot.

    Successful Forum JVs and How To Get Them
    Written by: Diana Barnum | Distributed: 2006-06-15 | Word Count: 648 | Page Views: 10124 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.00
    The forming of common alliances, also referred to as a joint venture (JV), happens nearly every day in the business world. One of the most popular means of linking people up online of so that they can work together on their projects is via forums, where people of all levels of business and expertise post in common threads.

    Ten Tips For User Friendly Online Registration Forms
    Written by: Jim Romanik | Distributed: 2009-02-24 | Word Count: 775 | Page Views: 9815 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 0.93
    Have you ever registered or attempted to register for an event and spent half an hour trying to figure out what you needed to do? Or have you used an online registration form that lost your data or was so complicated that it seemed like more work than faxing the form?

    Highest Ranked "Business Online" Articles

    Is Your Business 'Out Of Site'? Employ The Ultimate Marketing Tool
    Written by: Rick Sloboda | Distributed: 2007-01-09 | Word Count: 445 | Page Views: 4298 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 3.95
    With the rapid expansion of the digital economy, the web site is conceivably the most powerful marketing and sales tool you can employ. Find out what a web site can do for you.

    How To Use Your Race To Get Rich
    Written by: Herbert Harris | Distributed: 2009-07-07 | Word Count: 1407 | Page Views: 4783 | Votes: 41 | Rating: 3.95
    Amid recent news reports that there continues to be an ongoing and substantial gap between the net worth of Whites and other racial groups, it is easy to be distracted and overwhelmed by the raw data. However, I am immediately reminded of a quote offered by an economic expert from the past... "There are lies, damned lies, and statistics!"

    How to Keep Your Article Content Fresh and Interesting
    Written by: Craig Ritsema | Distributed: 2006-08-29 | Word Count: 699 | Page Views: 4254 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 3.94
    Webmasters everywhere are constantly on the lookout for fresh and interesting content for their website. Along with these content qualities is the requirement that it be unique. Everyone wants their website to stand out above the others in the search engine results. So what is the trick for you to keep a steady supply of this quality content coming your way?

    Why I'm A 'B-Level Marketer!'
    Written by: Willie Crawford | Distributed: 2007-07-16 | Word Count: 917 | Page Views: 4948 | Votes: 25 | Rating: 3.68
    At a recent Internet marketing seminar, I was sitting around the hotel lobby with approximately 20 other seminar attendees and speakers. The seminar's host was in attendance, and the conversation covered a range of internet marketing topics with extreme frankness. Our proximity to the hotel bar certainly contributed to our 'conviviality.'

    The Most Important Ingredient for Info Product Success (is You)
    Written by: Judy Murdoch | Distributed: 2008-04-15 | Word Count: 981 | Page Views: 4449 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 3.64
    Last week I was attending a conference and mentioned to someone I help small business owners create information products. The other person was very friendly until I said "information products." Then the temperature in the room dropped about 10-degrees

    Treat Online 'Guests' With Respect
    Written by: Rick Sloboda | Distributed: 2007-07-27 | Word Count: 472 | Page Views: 29203 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 3.62
    Does your website show your customers lack of respect? Review the following checklist to find out.

    Increasing Productivity In Your Online Business
    Written by: Willie Crawford | Distributed: 2006-06-14 | Word Count: 1407 | Page Views: 5781 | Votes: 33 | Rating: 3.61
    Running an online "empire" of approximately 1600 websites and blogs, selling a variety of products, services and ideas, I have to be much more productive than the average person in a "regular job."

    15 fixes for a failing website
    Written by: Rick Sloboda | Distributed: 2007-02-07 | Word Count: 593 | Page Views: 2368 | Votes: 24 | Rating: 3.58
    Employ these 15 tactics to improve your search engine rankings, engage visitors and convert more sales.

    Is Your Web Content Self-Centered?
    Written by: Rick Sloboda | Distributed: 2007-07-30 | Word Count: 354 | Page Views: 2765 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 3.54
    Too many businesses turn people off with self-absorbed websites. The following guidelines will help you avoid this common pitfall.

    3 Amazing but little known Secrets to make your Website Blast to the top of Search Engines!
    Written by: Jim Corkern | Distributed: 2006-10-25 | Word Count: 646 | Page Views: 2617 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 3.53
    I know you hear all of the squabble about links being the number 1 factor in getting your website top search engine positions. I have had many clients come to me and say, I have hundreds more links than the top 10 sites for the keywords I am targeting, and all of my links are from related sites, Why is my site not in the top 10?











    Download an eBook today
  •  
    Directory Navigation
    Locate By Category:

    ALL Categories
    Arts & Crafts
    Arts & Entertainment
    Automotive
    Business - Offline
    Business - Online
    Career
    Computers
    Education
    Family
    Finance
    Food & Drink
    Health & Wellness
    Home & Garden
    Humor
    Internet
    Nature & Pets
    Real Estate
    Religion
    Self Improvement
    Shopping
    Society
    Sports & Recreation
    Technology
    Travel & Leisure
    Uncategorized
    World Events
    Writing & Speaking

    Change Number of Results:
    50 - 100 - 200 - 500
    Article Reprint Rights
    Creative Commons License

    This work is
    licensed under a
    Creative Commons
    License


    You are not required to show the creative commons license notice when you reprint this work.
    Article Statistics
    Word Count: 1629

    Total Views: 6278

    Article Rating: 1.60 of 5
    Votes Cast: 15

    More Articles By Author:



    Last Distribution Date:
    2006-10-11 12:00:00

    Internal ID: #3703





    All Articles are Copyright © 2001-2019 of the Defined Authors.

    All other material and images on this site are:
    Copyright © 2001-2019, ThePhantomWriters.com