Welcome to the holiday edition of Business, Technology and Knowledge.
Once again, we had a flood of great submissions — thanks to all who submitted an article. Here is a selection of the best posts and articles we received for our holiday edition.
Due to the massive amount of submissions we received, we’re once again forced to publish a few days early. If you’re still interested in getting a submission into the next issue, send it in now for the next edition that will out early in the new year.
We’ve all been overwhelmed by the popularity of this carnival! Another big thank you and happy holidays to all you readers (and article submitters).
Matthew Paulson offers us Of Diets and Dollars posted at Getting Green, saying, “This article compares the average person’s financial life with their dieting. Most people know what to do, it’s just a matter of doing it!”
Murad Ali presents Diversity Brings Profits: No longer a feel good program. posted at The New Business World.
Julia Dorofeeva lets us know about Online Presents for Christmas and the New Year! posted at Online Dating Blog, saying, “This article covers some business and marketing tips on how to organize sharing presents at your Dating Site!”
GameProducer.net tells us to Refer to This Rule When You Are About to Reduce Your Product Price posted at Game Producer.
Murad Ali presents The Pecking Order Theory of Finance: How do I Finance My Business? posted at The New Business World.
Laura Young gives us some insight into the Top 10 Things I Had to Learn on the Road to Full-Time Self-Employment posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “Planning on launching your own venture in 2007 or strengthening an existing business? Here are some tips to help smooth the road ahead.”
John Wesley asks us about The Next Big Thing: Will It Be You?, which has been posted at Pick the Brain – Wit and Wisdom for Your Inspiration, saying, “A look into the future of internet media.”
David offers us some Project Management Techniques for Personal Success Part 1 posted at Worldwide Success.
Jack Yoest takes a very thought-provoking and insightful look into Rocky Balboa: Courage, Integrity, Faith, Victory The Movie posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “Your Business Blogger was in Philly recently and wondered about the Rocky statue that was briefly at the top of the 72 steps to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Since September, the statue is now at the base of the steps. So I decided to ask the man who might know, Sylvester Stallone. Why? I asked him. Rocky Sly says, It’s better where it is — at the base of the steps. At the top was the completion — the end — but it’s not the completion that counts — it’s the journey. The Effort; The Passion.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Search Engine Optimization Gone Mad? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “I’m not sure people are familiar with this practice that goes on in the internet so I thought it would be appropriate as uncommon knowledge. Some humor as well.”
That concludes this edition of Business, Technology and Knowledge. Thanks for reading, and we hope you’ll come back for our next edition which will be published early in the new year.
Happy holidays everyone!
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