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Dante's Simplified: Top 7 Ways for Creating a Catchy Business Name

27th January 2012
If you want to start a new business, you’d definitely want to create a business name that is not only catchy but is also unique from the competition. After all, coming up with a unique and catchy business name will help you outshine the others. Making you... Read >
Author: Dante Wong

What does AFRDI Testing for Office Chairs Mean?

05th October 2011
When looking around on the internet for new furniture purchases for your office, it is quite common to come across a number of incomprehensible acronyms and codes for standards you have never heard of. Some descriptions for office chairs you find will dec... Read >
Author: John k. Taylor

SEO Basics: The Differences Between SEM, SMO, SMM, and SEO

25th January 2011
SEO basics teach us that search engine optimization is really a specialized part of SEM, or search engine marketing. One must use SEO in an effort to achieve results with SEM. Likewise, SMO- or social media optimization, must be used to be successful with... Read >
Author: CfCSEO

How to Remember Guitar String Names

17th August 2010
Learning guitar may not be easy at the initial stage. You will most likely face various kinds of challenges at first. Most of the guitar beginner get confuse or find it difficult to remember guitar strings names. For them, all strings seem like quite iden... Read >
Author: Lester

Online Marketing & SEO Tips: CPA, CPC & CPM – Definition, Differences and Benefits

13th April 2010
Before we begin this article, let us first define our terms. CPA is "Cost-per-Action" (also known as Cost-per-Acquisition, or alternatively referred to as PPA, Pay-per-Action). CPC is "Cost-per-Click" (commonly referred to as PPC, Pay-per-Click) ... Read >
Author: Tim Kennedy

Frame Relay End-To-End Keepalives

21st January 2010
One of the first things you learned about Frame is that the LMI also serves as a keepalive, or a heartbeat - and if three consecutive LMIs are missed, the line protocol goes down. There's a limitation to LMI as a keepalive, though. The LMI is exchanged on... Read >
Author: Galen Bass

International Shipping Terms and Definitions - Part 1

12th June 2009
Have you noticed when you talk to an international moving company that there is a unique set of terms and acronyms that are used in this industry? Sometimes it is confusing to compare apples to apples because you are not even sure what the international m... Read >
Author: John Jo

What Is RSS? RSS Computer Term Of The Day.

02nd April 2009
RSS (Rich Site Summery - Really Simple Syndication) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, blogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it. RSS allows you to easi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

DU’s Study Tip 8: HOW TO MEMORIZE (PART 2)

26th June 2008
DU's Study Tip 8: HOW TO MEMORIZE (PART 2) Memory is the most important tool of learning. Even when you're being spontaneous and creative, you're probably utilizing your memory. Let's look at another way to improve your memory. TIP EIGHT: HOW TO MEM... Read >
Author: DUPublishers

Determining a Professional Speaker's ROI

16th February 2006
One of the great debates within the meetings industry (and specifically the speaking industry) deals with the ability to calculate the ROI for an event…and/or its various components. (geez Dan, only the first sentence and you are already throwing around a... Read >
Author: Dan Sims, CMP
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