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Proven Ways To Turn Your Small Business Into A Big Business

By Editor, published on Oct 16, 2017

So, you’ve started your small business, invested resources, made sales and hit the ceiling. Now all you can wonder is how to take your small business to the next level and attain its full potential.

It’s true that every dream of establishing a small business is always followed by making it bigger but only a few entrepreneurs are able to make it true. You can read a lot about various ways that can help you scale your business and make it big. But when it comes to a successful growth strategy, you only want to follow the ways that are proven to bring in successful results. Here I have... (more)

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Why Cycling Isn’t Out of Fashion

By Editor, published on Oct 14, 2017

Across the UK, driving a car has long been the symbol of independence and freedom. As people grew up, hordes of teenagers dumped their bicycles in the garage and got driving as soon as they could. However, with the cost of tuition rising for those under 20, many will start to wish for a cheaper mode of transport.

There is one, and it’s called cycling! It’s time to go back to basics and get active, as the benefits of the bicycle far outweigh the costs of the car. So, here’s why you should make the switch!

Slicker City Travel

The city is famous for blaring horns and... (more)

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Hurricane Maria: The Aftermath Facing The People

By Editor, published on Oct 14, 2017

The catastrophic 155 mph winds of Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, leaving the 3.5 million population without power and sending the island straight back to basics. Now, the Caribbean destination has only regained 16% of its power, and the aftermath of the disaster continues to impact the lives of the people. It’s challenging to comprehend what you would do and how you would survive if you and our family were without power for a long period of time. However, that has become the reality for millions of people, and they are still on the island struggling to get by.

So, what are the... (more)

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Why The Giant’s Causeway Guided Bus Tour Is the Best Way to Enjoy The Giant’s Causeway

By Editor, published on Oct 14, 2017

The Giant's Causeway, a World Heritage Site, is one of the greatest natural wonders in the UK. The site came into being due to a volcanic eruption and is today visited by thousands of tourists every year.

Home to around 40,000 basalt columns, the site is in Country Antrim and is best visited by booking a guided bus tour.

There are many companies offering Giant’s Causeway guided bus tours as the demand for such tours is very high. Many experts credit the Giant’s Causeway for the growing number of tourists in the Northern Ireland.

In fact, according to an infographic published... (more)

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7 Fun Things To Do Before You? Move to The Big Apple

By Editor, published on Oct 12, 2017

New York City is waiting for you, and your local movers NYC are going to do a great job getting you there. Before you change zip codes, be sure to take some time to do a few fun things too!

Moving can be an emotional roller coaster – a few well timed, and well thought of, leaving ceremonies will help you. You’ll get a chance to celebrate your current home, and friendships, before setting off for the Big Apple.

Moving to NYC? Top 7 Ideas to Make it a Memorable Experience

1. Plan A Farewell Party

Whether it’s an intimate dinner with a few close friends or a BBQ PARTY... (more)

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Why Dubai Is The Perfect Spot To Get Married

By Editor, published on Oct 12, 2017

Are you looking for the perfect city to have your upcoming wedding? Are you willing to consider locations throughout the world? Do you have your sights set on Dubai?

No matter who you are, nothing changes the fact that you want to plan the perfect Dubai wedding. While this is easier said than done, there are steps you can take to put yourself on the right track.

If you are interested in Dubai as your wedding destination, the first thing you should do is learn more about the city. Doing so is as simple as browsing the internet, taking notes, and comparing the pros and cons.

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How to Protect Your E-Commerce Store from Fraudsters

By Editor, published on Oct 11, 2017

Online fraud is rising. Even if you haven’t been targeted by Russian hackers or Nigerian scammers, at some point, your e-commerce store will become a victim of fraud. It is surprisingly common. As many as 50% of small businesses are affected by fraud and for online stores, the problem is even more widespread. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to minimise the likelihood you fall victim to fraudsters.

Use a Strong E-Commerce Platform

Instead of using a custom-designed e-commerce framework, consider using an e-commerce platform such as Shopify or Magento. These platforms come with... (more)

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How to find a Good Online Poker Room?

By Editor, published on Oct 11, 2017

POKER GAMES AT ITS BEST

Poker games are always been treated as a gambling game. In western parts of the world, the poker games are so popular. People are so much interested in playing the poker games. Earlier people love to go for the poker rooms located on their places. They will enjoy the day with the others on the poker room. Mostly people will play for fun and enjoyment. But there are some people who came to the poker for earning some money. Earning money is not an easy task to do so on poker games. Poker games are having both success and failures frequently. After many developments... (more)

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Why Pumpkin is a Halloween symbol

By Editor, published on Oct 11, 2017

This unusual holiday intertwined different customs: Celtic traditions of praising the dark forces and the Christian tradition of worshiping the saints.

Origin of Halloween

Halloween has been widely celebrated only in the USA and Canada, but now it is gaining popularity in Europe. This holiday has the Celtic roots. Named after pagan creature Samhain “the night of Samhain” marked the end of harvest season and beginning of winter times. Not surprisingly, now the night of Samhain is celebrated everywhere where the foot of the Celts descendants stepped: England, Ireland, Scotland...

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The United States Healthcare Industry’s Improving Technology

By Editor, published on Oct 11, 2017

We’re currently witnessing dramatic changes to the healthcare system, with technology changing the healthcare system from top to bottom, both in small practices and large healthcare systems.

In 2015, US healthcare spending grew by 5.8 per cent. This brought the level to $3.2 trillion, or $9,990 per person, with healthcare spending accounting for 17.8 per cent of GDP. Since 1960, healthcare spending has grown as a percentage of GDP. In 1960, it accounted for only around 5 per cent of GDP, meaning it has since more than trebled. So, how has this money been spent? The answer appears... (more)

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