Sunday, 22 July 2012

Strategic Marketing Planning Made Simple - The 4P Business Thinking System

An effective strategic marketing planning framework is a must-have element for any small business that wants to become a big business "when it grows up". Unfortunately, many small business owners have as much interest in strategic marketing planning as a turkey has for thanksgiving. They avoid it.
Part of the reason why they avoid this very important process is because consultants and MBAs have conspired to make it a topic that only egg heads could love.
In working with my consulting clients, I

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3 Day Diet Plans - How To Transform Your Body In 3 Days

Can a 3 day diet plan yield substantial weight loss? People normally don't like to make long weight loss commitments. It indeed can and in the process will teach you how to incorporate new eating habits into your regular and random daily life. It also makes it easier for people to warm up to this lifestyle, even if it's just for a couple of days. For just a short amount of time those who have become accustomed to eating just how they usually do, can easily discover how and what foods will burn

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Saturday, 21 July 2012

Food Safety Legislation in the UK

Washing facilities
It is a legal requirement for all food businesses to have hand washing facilities. Hand washing facilities must be for hand washing only and have adequate access for staff to wash their hands. The hand wash sinks must have hot and cold running water, soap and drying facilities. It is also recommended, although not a legal requirement, to have separate food and equipment sinks with hot and cold running water.
UK food legislation includes:
The food safety act

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How to Recover From Over Eating During the Holidays

Did you eat too much during the holidays? Don't feel so bad, most of us eat too much every holiday season. Our clothes fit a little too snugly and we start feeling the guilt and disappointment of letting ourselves get out of control.
Our forefathers did not face the same problem because their diet for most of the year consisted mainly of fruits, vegetables, bread and occasionally a little meat. By living most of the year with such a diet they could afford to indulge in turkey, dressing with

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Thursday, 19 July 2012

A Classical View - Why Do People Commit Crimes?

A Classical View: Why Do People Commit Crimes?
People commit crimes because that is what they want to do. Criminal behavior is a matter of choices. Today, there are many excuses cloaked as reasons for criminal behavior. The misguided nature of these assertions has a serious impact upon crime control strategies. The classical approach to crime control strategies deals with direct intervention tactics. Law enforcement, within this rubric, takes an aggressive posture toward criminal acts. The

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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Confusion With British TV on the Costa Blanca

Many UK ex pats and holiday makers in the Costa Blanca have for many years now been able to enjoy transmissions of both terrestrial TV and satellite TV to their TV sets either to their holiday home, or even main home.
These broadcasts have not been legal, in fact the TV signals are received using high-powered equipment and then re-transmitted to the Costa Blanca either on a subscription basis or sometimes for a one off fee. The fact that these companies do not have permission to broadcast these

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Paris, France - The Conciergerie

If the French Revolution is a period of history that fascinates you, then a trip to the Conciergerie is a must. This former palace became Paris' first prison, where thousands were jailed in the late 18th century, most of whom were executed by guillotine.
The building has a dramatic, if unpleasant past. Its most prominent resident was Queen Marie Antoinette, but it also held George Danton, a lawyer involved in the removal of the royal court from Versailles, the romantic poet Andre Chenier, in

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Monday, 16 July 2012

How to Check Passport Status

Apply for a passport and want to check the status of your passport application? Well, it can be done in just 3 easy steps. Of course, you have to wait up to 7 days after you submit the application form. This allows sufficient time for it to be input into the system and appear in the status checker. Read on to get step-by-step instructions.
Visit the Online Passport Application Status Checker
You can check the status of your passport application online. There is no need to call nor email the

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How to Stay Out of Trouble When Traveling

Each year, hundreds and thousands of Americans go on vacation, either to other cities in the United States or to international locations. Many times, tourists get themselves into a lot of trouble because they do not know the laws or they do understand or realize the crime that goes on in the area. People can easily get themselves kidnapped, mugged, or in trouble with the law when they do not pay attention to their surroundings or the laws of the city where they are traveling. For example, the

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Sunday, 15 July 2012

Owning a Piece of Paradise

The only thing better than visiting paradise, is owning a piece of it, and every year many of the visitors who step off planes in Bali leave thinking how fantastic it would be to own a property here. This trend is evidenced by the large number of real estate developers which has mushroomed up all over the island and the dizzying array of schemes now available to eager buyers. So where do you start and how do you go about buying a property? Well the first thing not to do is to rush it. I have

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Friday, 13 July 2012

A Pardons Process for a Moose: Animal Trials

There is a humorous tradition in Washington DC that involves a pardons process by the President for one turkey at Thanksgiving. The bird, which is donated by a hatchery, is introduced to the President, who gives it a last-minute reprieve and sends it to live out its life in a petting zoo or sanctuary. Recently, Pete the Moose, who had been raised on an elk farm in Vermont, was the subject of his own "pardons process" when Governor Peter Shumlin gave ownership of the moose to the farm; normally,

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Terrorism Law Held Constitutional

Founded in 1974, the Partiya Karkeran Kurdistan (PKK) was established as a Marxist-Leninist insurgent group composed of Turkish Kurds who formed to seek Kurdish independence from Turkey. By the late 1990s the group had had morphed from a rural-based insurgent group into a full-fledged terrorist organization, sometimes using suicide bombings on civilian targets.
Founded in 1976, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) became one of the most lethal and well organized terrorist groups in the

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Thursday, 12 July 2012

One Easy Holiday Trick To Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Holiday weight gain does not have to be a given. You can avoid holiday weight gain by actually eating more food when you grasp the easy trick of eating more fiber.
High fiber foods do not digest fully in your system and because of this they bind to fats and other foods to help keep blood sugar and cholesterol under control.
High fiber foods also act as a scrub brush for your digestive tract getting rid of excess food and waste that would otherwise sit in your digestive tract. Also, because many

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Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Photography Business - Facts About Aerial Photography

Pictures of the ground taken from high altitudes belong to what is often called as aerial photography. All kinds of platforms may be employed here; from kites, poles and parachutes to helicopters, dirigibles, balloons and planes. The history of this type of photography business started in the mid-19th century France with the balloonist Gaspard Felix Tournachon. In time, all kinds of motion picture cameras were mounted on aircraft, especially for the army and security purposes.
This kind of

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Turkey Will Revise Its Reciprocity Law to Boost Foreign Direct Investment in Real Estate

In 2002, Turkey opened its real estate market to foreign nationals. Prior to 2002, acquisition of real estate in Turkey by foreign nationals was not permitted. When the government passed the bill in 2002 allowing foreign nationals to acquire property in Turkey, necessary ticks and checks that should have been in place were not implemented.
It gave rights to most foreign nationals to purchase property in pretty much all areas of Turkey with very little restriction as to region and size,

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Law and Legal system!

Law and Legal system!
Article by Solicitors Exeter

Law is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutes to govern wherever possible. It shapes political, economics and society in very many ways. Civil law is a legal system. A legal case is a dispute between opposing parties resolved by a court, or by some equivalent legal process. A legal case may by civil or criminal. All legal systems deal with

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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Syria

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Marc Perelman meets Ahmet Davutoglu, who is calling on the international community to act more firmly to usher in a transition in Syria without Assad. He accuses the Syrian leader of perpetrating crimes against humanity and warns Turkey will respond in kind to the recent plane downing. The Turkish Foreign Minister also expresses confidence relations between Turkey and France are back on the

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Sunday, 8 July 2012


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Daha Fazla: -- Dailymotion -- Video: -- Twitter: -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues his 4-day trip in China. He's the first Turkish Prime Minister to visit the country in 27 years. With a large business delegation, the visit is expected to push the bilateral collaborations to a new level. CCTV's Lv Yao

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