Monthly Archives: October 2010

Call For Moderators

The call for moderators is now open. If you work within the Australian Newsagency industry then you are welcome to become one of the moderators for the Australian Newsagency Forums. Your main responsibility is to ensure all┬áparticipants follow the rules. All you need to do is register and send me a private message….Read More

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Product Placement Produces Sales, Not Scarcity

I’ve stumbled upon a blog by Seth Godin discussing that ubiquitous distribution is overrated and scarcity creates value. To a certain extend, Seth is correct. However, I would warn readers of this post to be careful in applying such an idea in a general form. Diamond and oil are good examples of scarcity creates value.

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How to integrate WordPress and Zen Cart

After many weeks of researching, we have finally integrated WordPress and Zen Cart into a seamless site at Bright Intellect. WordPress is well known for its easy to use open source blogging system with plenty of free plugins and addons. Zen Cart is a matured open source shopping cart with many features and it is

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How to have your own business on the web for $57

Yesterday, I discuss a simple way to have your promote your business online for free. Today, I will take you further in your web marketing. The free blogging sites discussed is a great start but having your own web address or domain name is more professional. Your own domain name would give you more credibility

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How to build a website for free within 5 minutes

How do you like creating your own website for your business for free. In this article, I will discuss briefly the most common forms of website and how you can have one for free. There’s nothing better than free. For many businesses believe getting online presence for their businesses is an expensive exercise that require

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Business Continuity Planning – Backup Your Business To Survive

All businesses exist for one sole purpose. Making profit is only a by-product doing one and only one thing well – that is serving the customers. To serve the customer well, your business must continuosly perform at your best all the time regardless any disruptions. Business Continiuity Planning (BCP) is not just for the big

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