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Photo Canvas for Small Bedrooms

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 Bruce Markey (May 27, 2014)  The lovely room in any house, which every one of us would like to spend time in, would be the bedroom, whether it is small, big, spacious or cramped. Though it is small or cramped, these areas can be made to look fabulous by hanging a few photo canvas prints and other artwork on canvas. Though photo canvas can be hung anywhere, still there are specific places that it would add elegance .. (Publishing)

Personalised Canvas Printing Ideas for Different Occasions!

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 Bruce Markey (May 19, 2014)  People would have never thought that such exceptional things would come up and technology would improve so much. Technology has improved so much and personalised canvas printing has become easier. Today, converting an old photograph, a painting you love or a famous quote into a canvas print is much easier and affordable. Though you don’t need an occasion to gift your loved one, .. (Publishing)

Instead of throwing people out of work, what if technology could help everyone prosper?

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 Chelsea Hackett (April 09, 2014)  We’ve reached a turning point. We’re building a Digital Earth. What if we take a more positive digital future and accelerate it so we receive its benefits now? Instead of new technology pushing people out of middle class jobs and lowering middle class incomes, suppose we leap ahead, specify future technology that helps everyone succeed, and show how to start that today. We .. (Publishing)

Are we too successful to stop self-caused crises like climate change?

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 Chelsea Hackett (April 09, 2014)  In the last two centuries humanity has soared past every limit: Population rocketed from less than 1 billion to over 7 billion people today. The world’s wealth exploded into large and growing middle classes in many countries. These were caused by an industrial revolution that continues to include more countries, cities and people everywhere ballooning as everyone learns how to get . (Publishing)

Pros and Cons of Photo on Canvas

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 Bruce Markey (April 04, 2014)  A photo canvas print is also known as ‘a stretched canvas print’. This is usually done by printing a selected photo onto a woven canvas and it can also be a personalised photograph or a picture or artwork of one’s choice. The printed canvas is then stretched onto a wooden frame and then nails are applied to keep the printed canvas in its place. It has become the most .. (Publishing)

I Want To Get A Book Published

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 Malli Mantoya (December 31, 2012)  So you want to get a book published; a noble and ever more popular career choice. Do you think is easy to get a book published? Well it is easier than ever to get your book published, but harder than ever to get it published well. Self-publishing is the easiest way to get your book published and gives you the opportunity to publish well if you spend the money. Small presses give you the . (Publishing)

Ways to Know If You Publish Your Article Correctly

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 Alpine Laurel (March 30, 2011)  Article publishing is very important to increase your rankings in the search engines. However, if you don’t do it correctly then you will find that you it isn’t helping you out. There are many places where you can publish articles and you will want to become familiar with their guidelines. For example they may only publish articles that are between 400 and 600 words. If .. (Publishing)

Shoe export in Wenzhou measures value double to rise continuously for two months

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 Emily Ben (January 10, 2011)  On March 23 Xun, . According to examination in Wenzhou quarantine bureau statistics, . Shoe export 24,514,400 pairs in Wenzhou in February, this year, . USD 108,000,000, . Together compared batch, amount of money to increase 6.92% and 6.25% respectively. Is comprehensive this year 1, the exit data in February can see, . The shoe export situation in Wenzhou obviously turns for the .. (Publishing)

Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing

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 Jordan Bailey (November 04, 2010)  One of the questions facing many authors these is days is whether to go the route of traditional publishing or to self-publish. It was not that long ago that self-publishing was considered an inferior option, a last resort for writers who had been turned down by traditional publishers. However, times have changed and self-publishing is often the first choice of many authors. In this .. (Publishing)

Princess Di

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 Andr Iva (July 19, 2010)  A MODERN PRINCESS With the collapse of her marriage in 1992 — separation, followed in 1996 by divorce — Diana set out to find a new life for herself as a single parent. She wanted to create an independent role outside the Royal Family but, as the mother of a future King, she was never completely able to shed her responsibilities, or her imagine throughout the world as .. (Publishing)

Self Publishing and the ISBN

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 Bill Pearce (May 25, 2010)  In these days when any and every aspiring writer can publish their work very simply for themselves on their own website, still nothing compares to seeing their book published in physical form. There is nothing like taking a book in your hands and feeling the cover and touching the pages, especially if it is your own work written within. While the fortunate few authors enjoy being .. (Publishing)

How to write book proposal?

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 Prashant Karhade (April 27, 2010)  You are a first-time writer and you have just finished writing your book, your first book, your dream, your ticket to success, fame, and glory. You feel terrific and on top of the world, don’t you? I know. I have been there, being a writer myself. But hang on. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your job is done. It’s only half done, or maybe even less than that. .. (Publishing)

AdWords Ads Now Totally free?

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 Amin Said (April 14, 2010)  A new innovative strategy is all you now need to be able to get your Google™ AdWords pay-per-clicks FREE! In New York, a gentleman found out what he defines an oversight on the part of 99.9% of all marketing experts that makes it possible for him to have otherwise paid-for advertising at Google™ in addition to all other search engines that allow sponsored ads. Absolutely, .. (Publishing)

How to Discover the Genius in You And Set It Free to Create Hit Newsletters

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 Ronald Ruhle (February 25, 2010)  First We Start With The Backwards Editing Process The backwards editing process is used to spot spelling errors only. You see, when you read something that you’ve written, your mind can’t ‘see’ any errors. It simply ‘sees’ what you meant to say. By reading it backwards you force yourself to look carefully at each and every word. Of course, if you .. (Publishing)

Six Steps to a Quality Editorial Process

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 Zach H. (February 01, 2010)  Nearly everyone involved in publishing would agree that having a standard editorial process in place can help ensure quality in publications. But what does standard mean? Does quality control differ by industry or shop? Or do commonalities—identical steps or close variations on a standard process—exist across publishing worlds? The Eye asked four professionals from three .. (Publishing)

Road Map to Publication 2009

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 Elizabeth Gates (January 13, 2009)  However bad the Old Year - and for some of us 2008 was grim - New Year's Day dawns and the spirits lift because New Year holds infinite possibility. It's a time when we believe we can choose what we'll write on the blank page of the year before us. We dare to hope for better. And, for writers, this could mean the Year of Publication. Why should this be important enough to feature? .. (Publishing)

Reasons For Publishing Unique Content

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 Aritra Basu (July 06, 2008)  There are many people who still don't understand the real purpose of publishing unique content. It is a proven fact that unique content helps in building a site's or a person's credibility to a great extent. Keeping the importance of high quality unique content in mind, below I have listed some of the main reasons why every online publisher should consider publishing unique content. .. (Publishing)

5 Steps to a Perfect Self Published Book

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 Jeanette Mccarthy (June 29, 2008)  1. EDIT, EDIT, EDIT Don't even think about publishing your book until you are absolutely 100% certain it's as good as it can be, and NEVER publish your book as soon as you have finished it. Put it away for a month or so. When you review it again, mistakes and typos will jump out at you. Always use a spell checker. There are also some useful internet sites such as Autocrit, which will .. (Publishing)

Write, Get Published and Promote

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 Joyce Shafer (June 27, 2008)  The title of this article is the reality of writers culled down to five words. You want to see your article available online or in print or hold a copy of your book in your hands. The next desired reality is to see a response to all the energy, time, creativity, and passion you put into what you've written. As a new or aspiring writer, you can feel delightfully excited about writing or . (Publishing)

Why Should You Self Publish Your Book?

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 Gloria Jenkins (June 25, 2008)  So you've written a book, now what? Well you can try to submit it to a publishing house and see if it gets accepted. Publishers can take several months or more to review a manuscript and many have a high turn-down rate for new authors. If your manuscript is accepted, you may still be responsible for the promotion of your work, especially with smaller publishing houses. Some authors find . (Publishing)

How Do I Get Published?

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 Joyce Shafer (June 23, 2008)  This is a question my clients who are new and aspiring writers always ask me. We write for different reasons: Enjoyment, challenge, and to share information or our creative effort. If you're going to share what you've written, you'll need a means or venue to get published. But you knew that, of course. But do you know enough about how to do this? If you're an article writer, you can .. (Publishing)

Self Publishing Without Shame

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 Gurmeet Mattu (June 22, 2008)  Why does self-publishing carry such a stigma? Because the writer feels that it proves that his work is not worthy of being picked up by a publisher and he is forced into publishing himself. He feels he is accused of vanity publishing, but just submitting your book to a mainstream publisher shows some signs of an ego which is actually necessary for a writer. This scenario is flawed and .. (Publishing)

How a Book Writing Coach Helps You Publish Your Nonfiction Book

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 Bobbi Linkemer (April 14, 2008)  Congratulations! You have finished writing your nonfiction book. Now, it is time to have it published. Publishing makes your book “real. " Yet, this is the part of the process that so often derails even the most passionate and determined author. For a novice author, it may seem mysterious and confusing, but a book coach can help dispel the mystery by clarifying available .. (Publishing)

Some Thoughts On How To Write A Novel, By A Recently Published Author

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 Rorie Smith (March 08, 2008)  Writing a novel by taking a course is like learning to fly a plane by reading the instruction manual. . . it can't be done. In the end you just have to take the plunge and jump in and start all by yourself. The problem is that publishing offices are full to bursting with novels that are so WRONG that they will never be published in a million years. There are two basic rules and one .. (Publishing)

Contract Writing - A High Percentage Method to Get Published

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 Robert Markovsky (December 21, 2007)  There are all sorts of ways that writers of one sort or another eventually get published. Some are would-be writers who have something to say but don't feel they have the ability to put together the finished product so they hire a ghost writer. They undertake all kinds of projects from one-time articles and web content to a full blown novel. The writer is called a ghost writer because .. (Publishing)

Whether a Senior or Younger Most Beginners Find the Publishing World Befuddling

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 Charles Jacobs (October 05, 2007)  You were too busy with school or work to fulfill your dream of writing. But once you graduated or retired from your former career, you struggled for months to hone your new book to a level of perfection that you hoped would please even the pickiest literary agent or publisher. But when you proudly offered your masterpiece to the market, you struck out. Some first time authors have .. (Publishing)




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