automatic responder email marketing

Written by Jason Blackston

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Autoresponders help you build trust, establish credibility, and deliver quality...

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Where can you get "Autoresponders?"

I suggest going to Google or Yahoo and typing in Autoresponders. You should receive several results. There are many different systems which range in price.

Do your homework and find what works best for you. However, I can't stress enough how important "Autoresponders" are to doing business online!

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Five Myths and Five Tips for Breaking Into a Career as a Fashion Designer

Written by Jennie S. Bev,

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Myth Four: I cannot draw or sew. Reality: Nobody can atrepparttar beginning. Strong motivation and perseverance are more important than how well you can draw or sew. Such skills can be learned easily (including using some free resources).

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Second, you can choose your design specializations from a long list of classifications. Trivial items, such as beach and leg wears, are highly profitable products and relatively easy to produce compared with haute couture pieces.

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Jennie S. Bev is the editor-in-chief of, a publisher of fashion-related career guidebooks. She has published over 800 articles, ten books and been featured in Entrepreneur, San Franciso Chronicle and The Independent. She can also be found at

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