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Rare Photos of Tribe Spur Urgent Pleas to Protect It

Posted By GRPAI on Photography

http://www.photographinggod.com - God has created an amazing spectrum of culture that we must protect and cherish. If we grow up thinking that everyone must look and be like us, we miss the blessing of diversity and the sheer potential of man's inventive nature. The post Rare Photos of Tribe Spur Urgent Pleas to Protect It appeared first on photographingGOD.

7 Ways To Build Strong Customer Relationships

Posted By ocasiomarketing on Blogging

https://fivefiguremonths.com - Customers are the lifeblood of any business. They are the reason behind every company’s success. As you grow your business, your priority should be building strong relationships with your customers. That way, they’ll stay with you and help you gain more customers too through positive word of mouth. Strong relationships do not happen overnight. They require regular communication and a constant give-and-take. This simple guide will help you get started with working on the most important aspect of your business. I have put together 7 ways for you to strengthen your customer relationships. Hopefully, by the end of this post, you will The post 7 Ways To Build Strong Customer Relationships appeared first on FiveFigureMonths.com.

5 Critical eCommerce Improvements That Generate Higher Online Profits

Posted By ACUWeb on Business

http://acuwebservices.com - Introduction Online retail sales are estimated to grow to $327 billion in 2016. Steady ecommerce growth has created new revenue stream opportunities for firms that invest in building their online presence. However, problems still exist across the board and especially for smaller firms, by competition from companies that spend more to create more appealing online […]

DID SOMEONE SAY PUMPKIN PIE PUPCAKE? THREE DOG BAKERY

Posted By investmart007 on Food

http://stlrestaurant.news - Thanksgiving Beast Feast for Our Furry Friends – Three Dog Bakery ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) Our furry family members have always had their place in the household but each year, they seem to secure secure that important place even more.  Proof of that is the $34.4 billion that Americans spent on their family animals last […]The post DID SOMEONE SAY PUMPKIN PIE PUPCAKE? THREE DOG BAKERY appeared first on St. Louis Restaurant News.

Simple Hacks To Keep Yourself Motivated To Blog

Posted By ocasiomarketing on Blogging

https://fivefiguremonths.com - Do you sometimes find yourself lazing instead of getting that 1000+ word blog post ready? There is no question that you love your blog and want what’s best for it. The thing is, you feel somewhat exhausted with the thought of having to come up with unique ideas everyday. Let me tell you that what you’re going through is normal. Bloggers experience downtime too. Even the best writers have their not-so-good days! But let this not be an excuse for you to procrastinate. Your readers are expecting from you. Your blog needs regular content for it to grow. So how do you overcome the The post Simple Hacks To Keep Yourself Motivated To Blog appeared first on FiveFigureMonths.com.

Sommers launching new pizza concept in St. Louis

Posted By investmart007 on Food

http://stlrestaurant.news - Chris Sommers, Co-Owner of Pi Pizzeria launching new pizza concept St. Louis, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) Chris Sommers, the Co-Owner of Pi Pizzeria, this week announced he is launching a new pizza concept for all St. Louis residents.  The pizza mogul announced he will roll out a ‘ZZA at 282 N. Skinker Blvd., near Washington University’s campus […]The post Sommers launching new pizza concept in St. Louis appeared first on St. Louis Restaurant News.

Will Travel for Food: 3 Vacation Ideas for the Foodie In You

Posted By urbanswank on Travel

http://urbanswank.com - So what would be the perfect vacation for a foodie? If you believe that it should in some way, shape, or form involve food - and a lot of it - then you've hit the nail on the head! Aside from the occasional need to get my feet wet and soak up a little sun by way of the Caribbean, most of my trips revolve around food. As a matter of fact, one of my last and most memorable vacations was an extended weekend in Seattle. Known to be one of the best cities to partake, I planned my entire…

11 Must-Have Landing Page Elements to Build Your Brand

Posted By emailmonks on Marketing

http://www.emailmonks.com - A well-designed landing page is one of the important junctions on the way to achieving higher conversion rates. However, more than 20% of businesses do not have any strategy to test their landing page. The sole purpose of a landing page is lead generation. It helps subscribers to get detailed information about a specific offer, […]The post 11 Must-Have Landing Page Elements to Build Your Brand appeared first on Email Monks Blog: Email Marketing Tips & Best Practices.

Thanksgiving Style Guide

Posted By stylebybabi on Blogging

http://stylebybabi.com - I experienced my first Thanksgiving dinner at a French restaurant in the Meatpacking District in New York. It was one of the few restaurants open that day, so it was packed! I felt as if I were at a United Nations meeting, so varied were the languages and accents I heard while waiting (for an […]The post Thanksgiving Style Guide appeared first on Style by Babi.

Trick Up Your Sleeve

Posted By stylebybabi on Blogging

http://stylebybabi.com - During the fist half of 2016, off-the-shoulder tops and dresses exploded in popularity.  This season, the attention has shifted to sleeves: whether they are puffy, or extra-long, they are definitely meant to turn heads. This shirt features a single sleeve.  It is puffy, but not overly so, keeping the look balanced despite the asymmetry. Grunge Meets […]The post Trick Up Your Sleeve appeared first on Style by Babi.

Baby on Board: Eight Tips for Traveling with a Baby

Posted By urbanswank on Travel

http://urbanswank.com - Before my daughter was born, her father and I had a long list of things we wanted to continue once we became parents. Travel topped the list, and when she was just eleven weeks old, we braved our first three-hour flight from Houston to Boston. Since that successful trip, she has been on ten more flights, and she isn't even a year old! We learned a few useful things along the way, and I'm excited to share them with you. My overall advice is travel early and often with babies! Paradoxically, the younger they are, the easier travel companions they…