Sunday, December 28, 2008

December 28, 2008 Edition

Welcome to the December 28, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.

Ralph Jean-Paul presents Keep Your New Year's Resolutions posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, "“"Start sticking to those New Year’s Resolutions by learning what resolutions really are, why some resolutions don’t work, and how to follow through on them.""

Dr Martin Russell presents Word of Mouth Marketing For Small Business posted at Word of Mouth Marketing, saying, "I just finished speaking with a woman who runs her own studio. She contacted me because she realized one thing. She has lots of happy client …But She Is Getting ZERO Referrals!"

Mike presents Brand, Branded and More Branding! posted at Trade Show Convention Displays Blog, saying, " is a blog dedicated to the trade show industry and was created to discuss new product developments, trends, show marketing, and specific trade show venues throughout the trade show industry."

Great Management presents A Simple Easy To Use Tip To Improve Public Speaking posted at Great Management, saying, "Do you remember your first presentation? Were you nervous, scared? Let me share an easy to use tip in this 'mad' video which will improve your Public speaking..."

Darryl Kimball presents Just Give Me a Home Based Business that Makes Money! posted at Just Give Me a Home Based Business That Makes Money, saying, "This article takes an honest look at the home based business industry and some of the pitfalls waiting for the person starting a new home based business. Many of us have started a new home based business filled with excitement and hope, only to be left with frustration and dismay. After all, we just want a home based business that makes money."

Trisha Wagner presents Why a Graceful Departure is Important posted at Empowering Mom.

debergerac78 presents How ethical is the toy industry? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "How U.S. toy companies are endangering children by allowing high levels of lead and arsenic to contaminate their products."

Dr Martin Russell presents Swap & Drop - A Million-Making Networking Tip posted at Word of Mouth Marketing, saying, "One of the key rules of success has to be 'copy what works' - “Swap & Drop” is a little known, face-to-face networking method that actually works."

Diane Corriette presents Want an easy and low cost way to make money online? Get yourself a blog posted at Online business building with blogs, podcasts and membership sites, saying, "If you are looking for an easy and low cost way to make money online then a blog is one of the easiest ways to get started. Relatively low cost to get started (all you need is a good hosting provider and a domain name) and easy to set up/maintain running your own blog is definitely low investment costs and high potential return"

Darryl Kimball presents My next great Home Based Business Venture posted at Just Give Me a Home Based Business That Makes Money, saying, "Since the time we are small children we are told that if we fail the first time, we should try and try again until we succeed. It doesn't matter what we are doing or trying to accomplish, we only fail when we give up on ourselves."

Raymond presents New Credit Card Rules posted at Money Blue Book.

Isaac Yassar presents Our Quality = Our Value posted at Isaac Yassar .com, saying, "The more quality a corporate has, the more value it'll get. The more value it has, the more support it'll get. And of course, more profit!"

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