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[2002-10-30] Self Sending Spam
When a spammer sends a message, he has several goals. First, the message must make it through one or more spam filters. These filters may scan the message for "spammy keywords" at an ISP, a web host and at the user's own system (and potentially other places as well). An especially annoying type of spam is called a "self sending spam". This is a spam message which you receive and the "From:" address is your own email address, or some variation of it. For example, davesmith@example.com might receive an email with a from of "davesmith@anotherexample.com. Sometimes the email has your exact same email address in the "From:" field, making it appear you've sent the message to yourself. Why do the spammers bother to do this?

[2002-10-23] How to Start Your Own E-zine Without the Tears
For many people, starting an e-zine is the epitome of what online marketing is all about: start up, get subscribers, sell them loads of stuff and retire to the Bahamas.

[2002-10-21] Make Recognizing Employees A Part Of Your Daily Routine
Good managers remember to recognize and motivate employees. Great managers do it every day. Here are some proven methods for making sure that praising employees becomes part of your daily routine:

[2002-10-15] The Four D's of Effective Paper Management
A recent article I came across in the Wall Street Journal reported that the average U.S. executive loses six weeks per year retrieving misplaced information from messy desks and files. The cost in salary and lost productivity is enormous. Paperwork has been voted the biggest burden for businesses. Time spent mishandling paper detracts from the company's ability to service customers, increase sales and improve the bottom line.

[2002-10-11] Increase Sales by Offering
Now that your website is up and running have you give much thought to mail-in orders? Or phone orders?

[2002-10-11] 10 Easy Tips to Improve Your Ezine
Writing and publishing an ezine is a very important part of your online business so you want to make it the best possible ezine you can. I have made mistakes and changed and re-changed my ezine many times to make it the best it can be. I am still always looking for ways to improve MOE. Over the years I have learned a few simple ways to improve my ezine. You can easily implement these tips into your ezine.

[2002-10-09] Can your Powerpoint Presentation rival TV Advertising?
Do you ever wonder why some PowerPoint Presentations are so much better than others? Why do some have amazing powers of persuasion while others simply bore you to death? TV commercials use these techniques to hold and fascinate their viewers. You can too, if you follow these tried and proven techniques.

[2002-10-07] Organizing Your Email
Keeping your email organized is imperative, especially in corporate or small business settings. When you use email for business purposes, you are essentially handling customer files. Because of the importance of this for even the smallest of businesses, those files should stay as organized as possible. You wouldn't just lump all of your paper customer files into a corner would you? Most of us wouldn't, so here are some ways to keep the email files (correspondence) organized as well.

[2002-10-07] Time Management
Wondering where the day has gone? Still not finished with work even though it's nine at night and you were supposed to go home at six? Here are some tips to help you manage your time better. Take brief walks - I know it sounds counter-intuitive, but one of the big secrets to effective time management is simply talking walks. You see, little emergencies and crisis's can suck up your attention, focusing you on unimportant (yet seemingly real and significant) details. By talking a brief, five to ten minute, walk now and then, you can give yourself time to clear your thinking, drive out the cobwebs, and refocus your attention on what is important.

[2002-10-04] 10 Secrets For Writing Killer Complaint Letters
Complaint letters aren't always fun, but sometimes they need to be written. In many cases, if people don't complain, the problem agency at fault (i.e. company or government) won't even know that the problem you and others may have experienced, even exists.

[2002-10-04] 10 TIPS FOR BETTER WRITING
As a proofreader of business writing, I see many of the same errors made again and again. Errors in your writing (be they in advertising copy, correspondence, or a web site) are more serious, I believe, than most people realize.

[2002-10-04] The Perfect Gift for Your Customers
It's almost time for the holidays again and we all want to do something for our customers, right? We want to let them know how much we appreciate them and their business, and we want to wish them and their families a wonderful holiday season. Mostly, though, we'd like to score some big points so they will continue to be our customers! (Maybe we're just afraid we'll look stupid if we don't do anything at all...)

[2002-10-04] The Doís and Doníts of Entertaining Clients over Meals
Business meals, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, are essentially business meetings. The added element of entertaining your client over food means that you not only have to be knowledgeable about your products and services, but you also need to exhibit good conversational skills, show confidence in a social setting and demonstrate that you can eat with civility.

[2002-10-02] The MEAT Inside a Winning Proposal
"Yep!" Preparing proposals is enough to make most people cringe. They take too long to prepare. They're absolutely boring to write and a real pain in the neck. Sound familiar?

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