It is a bit surprising that these days, many new entrepreneurs who start a business focus more on very many things aside from productivity which is vital to success in any enterprise. They tend to hurry through these things and end up becoming victims of the pitfalls which they could have taken steps to avoid right from the outset. The problem is that many of such entrepreneurs really do not take productivity matters very seriously until they start having problems in their businesses.
We’ve just released a new flyer for promoting Pricebenders auctions. And it’s of the very popular tear-off tab variety!
Yes, just download this free flyer from the Marketing Center, make as many copies as you need, cut apart the tabs, and start posting them around town.
Note that your Pricebenders Gateway (with your SFI ID included for crediting) is automatically added to each tab before you print it out.
UPDATE: We are unable to automatically insert your Gateway at this time. Until we can resolve this, you will need to manually add the Pricebenders Gateway URL like this: www.tripleclicks.com/XXXX/pbgw …with XXXX being your SFI ID number
Tear-off flyers work great on public bulletin boards such as in grocery stores, Laundromats, etc. Persons interested simply will tear off a single tab and take it with them so they have the URL to get online and learn more, sign up as a TripleClicks member, and…
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Dictators come in small packages
Russia is blocking websites critical of President Vladimir Putin. The Prosecutor General’s office ordered Russian Internet service providers to cut off access to a handful of websites, including the blog of famed chess champion, Garry Kasparov. “These sites contain incitement to illegal activity and participation in public events held in violation of the established order,” read the announcement (via Google translate).
Kasparaov immediately took to Twitter to denounce the move:
Blocking theses websites is just the latest in a turbulent month for the Russian government. Earlier this month, Russia blocked over a dozen Ukrainian activist websites, protesting their military intervention of Crimea. Last week, a Russia Today anchor quit on-air, saying she could no longer work for a network that “whitewashes” Putin’s image.
Putin has defended his free speech record, claiming that he is preserving order and upholding the law.
Nokia’s transfer of its Indian manufacturing unit and other assets in the country to Microsoft is facing a legal hurdle that could force the Finnish phone maker to take some extreme steps including potential shutdown of the plant.
If the Indian manufacturing plant is not transferred to Microsoft, it could mean less money for Nokia from the Microsoft deal.
After India’s Supreme Court on Friday upheld an earlier ruling asking Nokia to give financial guarantee before transferring any local assets to Microsoft, the mobile phone maker said it’s disappointed and will consider “the next steps.”
“Today, India’s Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by Nokia on how its assets could be unfrozen and transferred to Microsoft. The decision means that the case now reverts to the February 5 Delhi High Court ruling on the asset transfer,” Nokia said in a statement.
“Nokia is disappointed by today’s decision. The company strongly…
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