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Solo in New York

Andrew McNeillie Carcanet Press Ltd. PDF
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3. Getting Started

Jim Burtles, KLJ, MMLJ, FBCI Rothstein Publishing PDF

This comprehensive how-to guide captures the distilled wisdom and experience of Jim Burtles, a founding fellow of the Business Continuity Institute; an internationally renowned figure in business continuity with over 30 years of experience and teaching across 22 countries; and a veteran of practical experience that includes recovery work with victims of events such as bombings, earthquakes, storms and fires, along with technical assistance/ support in more than 90 disasters, and advice/guidance for clients in over 200 emergency situations.

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6. Selling Email to Your Clients

Mathew Patterson SitePoint ePub

You’ve spent time understanding the legalities of email, and learning the technicalities of creating HTML email that looks great across all of the most common email clients. Now it’s time to gain a return on the time you’ve already invested in email!

Selling email services is a logical step forward for freelance web designers and developers. This chapter will look at the practicalities of selling email to existing and new clients. Once we review the reasons you should add email to your service offering, we’ll take a closer look at the variety of email-related services that you can offer, and what is involved in selling email services. We will cover the common approaches to pricing and preparing a folio of email samples, and discuss tips for a winning client pitch.

We’ve spent the last five chapters of this book discussing HTML email from every perspective. So perhaps this section would be more appropriately titled, “Why wouldn’t you sell email services?”

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How many angels are there?

Marianne Lorraine Trouv Fsp Pauline Books and Media ePub

What Else Do We Know About the Angels?

“Just so, I tell you, there is joy

in the presence of the angels of God

over one sinner who repents.”

— Luke 15:10

Thinking About Angels

It’s hard to think about the angels because we can’t see them. We know by our faith that they exist because God created them. But where exactly do they fit into the whole scheme of things? If our faith didn’t tell us that angels exist, we might have guessed it by thinking about the created world.

Imagine going for a walk in the woods. As you walk along a shaded trail, you’re bound to see any number of rocks. The rocks exist but they aren’t alive. As you continue on the trail, you’ll see various types of plants: ferns, weeds, flowers, and trees. Unlike rocks, the plants are alive. They grow and require nutrients. The leaves of the plants bend toward the sun, straining to get the light they need.

Going farther into the woods, you will probably see different types of animals: birds, chipmunks, squirrels, foxes, deer, or even bears. Like plants, they are alive, but unlike plants, they can move around freely and can see, hear, eat, and bark, growl, chirp, or make other sounds. Some even communicate with one another in certain ways.

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Saint Kitts

Leonard Adkins Hunter Publishing ePub

The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide

Leonard M. Adkins



30 Mayfield Ave, Edison, NJ 08818

800-255-0343; Fax 732-417-1744

1220 Nicholson Road, Newmarket, Ontario

Canada L3Y 7V1

800-399-6858; Fax 800-363-2665

The Boundary, Wheatley Road, Garsington

Oxford, OX44 9EJ England

01865-361122; Fax 01865-361133

ISBN 1-55650-848-4

2009 Leonard M. Adkins

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the written permission of the publisher.

This guide focuses on recreational activities. As all such activities contain elements of risk, the publisher, author, affiliated individuals and companies disclaim any responsibility for any injury, harm, or illness that may occur to anyone through, or by use of, the information in this book. Every effort was made to insure the accuracy of information in this book, but the publisher and author do not assume, and hereby disclaim, any liability for any loss or damage caused by errors, omissions, misleading information or potential travel problems caused by this guide, even if such errors or omissions result in negligence, accident or any other cause.

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