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Interactive Marketing Approaches : Developing Marketing Trends and the Insurance Industry

10th January 2012
Customers have been bombarded with "one-size-fits-all" marketing for years by popular marketing efforts such as television, telemarketing, radio, and yellow page ads. Many purchasers have implemented ways that impede customary marketing forces from gettin... Read >
Author: Insurance Website Builder

Customized Powerpoint Templates And Backgrounds

30th March 2011
PowerPoint backgrounds cause your presentation turn on, and people take notice. Before PowerPoint's were used, nearly all people when conducting presentations either used blackboards, white boards or many bits of poster board, and did everything by hand. ... Read >
Author: GregBlack

How To Set Up A Webinar Quickly!

23rd March 2010
Webinars are one of the most effective communication tools of all time. Imagine creating your own webinar and presenting your ideas, products or services to hundreds (even thousands) of people at the same time! You are just a few easy steps away from maxi... Read >
Author: Stephen Beck

ToonUps Animated Clip Art Brings Classroom Lessons to Life For Teachers, Students, and Parents!

10th September 2009
How do you capture the attention of the most important people in your students' lives - their parents? I asked myself this question as I began my 16th year in education. I wanted to find better and more creative ways to communicate with the families of my... Read >
Author: Internet Consultant

Nine Mistakes To Avoid When Negotiating Settlement With Your Insurance Company

07th May 2009
I am not an insurance adjuster, I am a courtroom lawyer that represents only policyholders in cases against insurance companies. Here are some of the mistakes and problems I see people make over and over that hurt their own case. 1. Don't take their w... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Basic steps for creating a good website

31st July 2007
The first point you should consider is understanding what information your website should contain. In most cases your website should have at least the following basic structure: Home page - An introduction to your business, services and / or products ... Read >
Author: www.dcpweb.co.uk
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