Monthly Archives: January 2015

Monthly Archives: January 2015

Have a Taste of These Super Spicy Chinese Dishes

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How familiar are you with the five flavours of Chinese cuisine? In addition to salty, sweet, sour, and bitter (the four it shares with the West), Chinese food culture has also included “hot”. It is easy enough to tell that they hold spicy food in high regard, and think of it as an integral part of their cuisine. As a result, every Chinese restaurant worth its salt has at least a few spicy items on the menu. This is true …

Facebook Rethinks How It Track Ads: What Business Owners Need to Know

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Should your business continue to be active on Facebook? Some company owners argue that having social media presence is like owning a website. But, industry professionals explain that there are some notable benefits and opportunities that only Facebook can provide. Apart from being a budget-friendly marketing strategy, its advertising features will allow you to promote your products or services to a specific demographic. If your aim is to create brand awareness, Facebook can be the ideal platform to use, especially …

When Natural Disasters Strike: Filing Your Insurance Claim

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Natural disasters like storms, floods, and earthquakes are unpredictable. Even with the help of technology, authorities may detect or make an estimate, but no one can tell how much damage they might cause.Particularly for those who live near disaster-prone areas, an insurance policy should cover the repairs and other expenses after a disaster. Claiming your insurance, however, can be difficult if you don’t know the right way to prove your loss. Reliance Partners noted that many Australians lose important household …

The Hardness Scale

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Wood goes through a strict grading process based on their hardness. This scale is an easy guide for contractors to determine the best material to use for their projects based on what they need. It is one of the most widely used scales in the world. The system is known as the Janka hardness scale. Janka: It’s not a Game The Janka scale is actually the result of the Janka test, which tests the hardness of a sample block of …

Low Risk Strategies for Dance Studio Success

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You grew up with the passion to dance, and you cannot ignore the itch to teach anymore. You’ve also been secretly planning your first recital theme for the past few years—in fact, you’re planning to open your own dance studio. While your skill and passion for dance are strengths that will undoubtedly come in handy when running a studio, these are not enough to make such business a success. Owning a studio is a commercial venture, and it requires business …

The Healthcare Sector: Where is the Money at?

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The health care industry is in good shape – and this is beneficial for everyone. Thanks to investments in the field, jobs in the sector grew by a large margin. Based on research figures, 2014 saw 50% more jobs in healthcare than what was available in 2013. Given the data, it’s no wonder many continue to look for opportunities in the field. For most people, one question rings without an answer: how do I enter the field and receive a …

You Need More Than Plants to Build a Garden

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Most people assume that as long as you have a certain group of plants, you can call that clump a garden. However, other than your grass, shrubs, and climbers and creepers, you need vases, stones, and other ornaments. If you live in a property with enough space for a decent garden, you need to give some serious thought about some of the other components to complete the space. Here are a few ideas on what you can use to ensure …

Going Local and Mobile: The Paths to Marketing Success

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Other than the growing call to go mobile, marketers are directing their attention and resources to you — the consumer. Consumers drive almost every decision businesses and marketers make. For companies, this means the need to connect with the audience in every manner possible becomes more important. You are more likely to have a hard time succeeding if the customers are not getting what they want. Local and Mobile Experts agree that local and mobile searches are slowly overlapping. To …

Why You Should Use Ceramic Tiles

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Nothing makes a home or bathroom quite as elegant as a good ceramic tile layer. A popular choice for people living in Jacksonville, ceramic tiling can be used for floors and walls, and just might be among most valuable investments you make for the home. About Floors n More breaks down six standout characteristics of ceramic tiles; all reasons to put them in your home: Durable Ceramic tiles can withstand heavy foot traffic, and are very easy to replace. They …

The Keystone XL Pipeline: A Matter of Jobs VS. the Environment?

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The White House recently announced that President Obama is planning to veto a bill that would authorize the construction of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. Understandably, this has reignited the fierce debates, and this matter will be the first high-profile confrontation between the President and the country’s new, Republican-dominated Congress. With the nation’s eye on this issue, it seems like a fitting time to revisit the fundamental ideas that support both sides. Grossly simplified, it boils down to generating more …