Marketing One We Site With Perpetual Marketing

Written by Dean Shainin

I describe perpetual marketing as a large number of people promoting one web site so they can all receiverepparttar traffic generated by each other.

For example, you decide to create a free ebook that you will give away to your web site visitors. You ask a large number of e-zine owners to give awayrepparttar 146546 ebook in exchange for their ad inrepparttar 146547 ebook. You can just ask them to link directly to your web site when they promoterepparttar 146548 ebook for marketing. You, of course, will have one of your own ads on that web page that you will also be marketing.

Let's say you get 8 out of 20 e-zine owners that agree to giveawayrepparttar 146549 ebook you are marketing. The 8 e-zines total subscriber base is 75,000.

Now, you can ask more e-zine owners if they would like to promoterepparttar 146550 ebook in exchange for an ad insiderepparttar 146551 ebook. This time you can say, you already have 8 e-zines already promotingrepparttar 146552 ebook with a subscriber base of 75,000.

The next group of e-zine owners you ask will be more tempted to promote your ebook because there is a greater chance they will receive a lot of traffic fromrepparttar 146553 deal. It's win/win situation!

Is Your Business Property Safe and Secure?

Written by Jimmie Newell

Security Professionals providerepparttar products and services necessary to create a safe and secure workplace for you and your employees. Products such as lever hardware, panic and exit devices, desk locks and high security key control systems, as well as security boxes and safes, can help you protect your business and property. In addition, electronic access control systems can be designed to restrict access torepparttar 146516 building or business complex in order to increase security and control.

Security Professionals are also trained to identify potential risk areas in your business. Assets such as computer hardware and office equipment are particularly vulnerable. To assist you in controlling theft, sophisticated equipment locks, loss prevention services and exit alarms are available.

In addition to offering a wide range of products, Security Professionals provide such value-added services as rekeying, key duplicating and consultation on governmental regulations such asrepparttar 146517 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Security Professionals can assist you in complying with these regulations by recommending and installing approved specialized door hardware, automatic door operators, low opening resistance and delayed action door controls.

Contact your local Security Professional, for all your business and residential security needs. They haverepparttar 146518 training, and are equipped to providerepparttar 146519 information, products, services and proper installation to ensure peace of mind for your family, business and property.

Businesses face some unique security risks, some that you may not have considered are:

ADA compliance

The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires "barrier free" entry to and egress from all public and commercial property that handicapped persons could have access to. If your property is not in compliance, you could face fines, and lawsuits. Your Security professional hasrepparttar 146520 knowledge and training to help with this special risk, they will survey your property, and make recommendations, for any non- compliant hardware.

Audit of key control systems

Unauthorized key duplication, is one ofrepparttar 146521 biggest threats to all businesses, and is usually overlooked and very hard to detect. Key control is usually compromised because ofrepparttar 146522 complete lack of, or very poor key control. Crimes committed with duplicate keys are very difficult to detect, and very difficult to prove. There are high security key systems available, that can insure that no one obtains a duplicate key without your authorization. There are access control systems available, that can do away with keys all together, and provide audit trails of who and when someone enters your property.

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