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5 Holiday Tips For E – Commerce Sites

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With fewer than six weeks until Christmas, shopping is in full swings. Consumers are breaking out their credit cards both in store and online, and your eCommerce website can benefit from this fact if you make sure that your website is fully prepared for the holidays! What things will make the holiday season a success for your store? 1. Customer …

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Unhealthy food: Makes skin dry and rough


Skin is an important part of the body and needs proper care to maintain its right composition and texture. ‘Beauty comes from inside‘is an age old saying and is relevant in modern world too. Ideal skin care is the first step toward beautification and maintenance of skin should be given adequate attention. The right food can make your skin glow …

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Your Kids Might Have a Self-Driving Car

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While there’s no timeline on a flying car, a self-driving car is certainly in your kids’ future. At least, that’s the direction that many automakers and a few other manufacturers are headed. How soon will these autonomous cars show up in the mainstream marketplace? At least one automaker is saying 2020! The Visionaries Automakers that are developing self-driving cars are …

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My 5 Favorite Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

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Shenandoah National Park shields part of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and is located in the north central area of Virginia. The park itself totals more than 199,000 acres overall and approximately 40 percent of it is considered wilderness and is therefore protected. One well-known aspect of the park that attracts people from all over is Skyline Drive, which is …

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The Best Parks in the USA


When compiling a bucket list or just a list for a memorable vacation, there are at least five must-see parks in the United States. Thanks largely to the National Parks Service that was organized in 1916 under President Woodrow Wilson, the United States has an abundance of beautiful parks to visit. Most, but not all, are in the western states. …

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Is Ello Going to Take Off or What?


Ello, the widely publicized “anti-Facebook” social network has launched. Now what? While there was a surge of media attention about what a big event Ello’s launch was, and how the start-up managed to secure a good amount of funding, the hype train already seems to have slowed down considerably. Let’s be honest, Ello did not reinvent the wheel here. Main …

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Nikon D4s vs. Canon 1Ds Comparison


The Nikon D4s and the Canon 1Ds are two DSLR cameras that are very similar in the features that they offer and the specifications they have. When looking to use a top of the line DSLR, these are two of the primary cameras that you should consider. To make your decision easier, the following will provide you with a quick …

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Where Should Hair Transplantation Be Performed?


Hair transplantation is accepted as a surgical process. In today’s conditions the surgical processes are performed in hygienic standards and hygienic conditions.No matter how good the blood build up in the scalp, the infections and deterioration can occur in case of having different contagious diseases as a result of interaction with environment. The hair transplantation performed in improper conditions can …

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Will Video Conferencing Make Business Travel Extinct


If you were to consider how tight the economy is, you might realize that the majority of companies, especially the most sensible ones, would want to take measures in order to reduce their overall spending. They would want to take up all the opportunities they can to grow, and they have realized that video conferencing systems are a great way …

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Retail Crime Statistics And The Importance Of Store Security


The retail industry is a significant part of the UK’s economy, generating total sales of £321 billion last year, according to a report from the Bristol Retail Consortium (BRC). What’s more, retail is the largest UK private sector employer, with over 3 million workers in the industry. Recently, however, there have been growing concerns over retail-related crime which continues to …

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Requirements for Setting Up HD Video Conferencing


In a business setting, video conferencing would be a more sensible choice than business travel in three ways – cost, productivity versus travel time, and environmentally. Environmental pressures have steadily increased as environmentalists are starting to call out the impact of car trips and business travels on carbon emissions. This has become an additional motivation for businesses to start looking …

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