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Five Steps To Flip an Internet site Successfully

25th January 2013
If you are looking to flip it for higher profit within a short time frame, determining a rewarding internet site is not simple specifically. However, with the correct steps and treatments, it is feasible even for a novice to get a great website with terri... Read >
Author: Jason Yagoat

Duck Farming Guide - 5 Important Steps To Make Raising Ducks An Enjoyable Endeavour

18th June 2010
Duck farming is one of the most thriving livelihoods there is because of rewards that can be reaped from raising them. Ducks are usually reared for business purposes because the products that can be derived can be sold off in the market. Ducks are also of... Read >
Author: Mary Louise

Kolkata importers

01st July 2009
Kolkata is the home to billions of people who earn their livelihoods from different types of occupations. A significant percentage of the population of Kolkata is engaged in government services while some are employees of private companies. The new IT sec... Read >
Author: asishdutta

Stunning ‘East meets West’ design wedding invitations now available free!

13th March 2009
In the 21st Century, it is almost commonplace to spend thousands of pounds to create the perfect wedding. Every single detail is planned and researched and the bride and groom usually know exactly what they want, and what overall theme and atmosphere the... Read >
Author: ServicePR

Bad Eco-Tourism Does More Harm Than Good

27th October 2008
Tourism is a booming industry. With many travellers flocking to different destinations around the globe, tourism is becoming one of the most viable business markets in the world. However, air travel, car travel and other aspects of tourism are adding to t... Read >
Author: Rosemary Grace Brooks

Did You Know? -- 10 Bonsai Facts

03rd June 2008
Did you know...1 - That the origin of Bonsai, while often attributed to the Japanese, is actually Chinese in derivation? Many experts agree that bonsai, know as Pensai in China, was practiced by scholars, monks and the noble classes of China as far back a... Read >
Author: Michael Rotch
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