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A Few of My Favorite Recommendations

Instant Teleseminar

Do you know how long prospects hang out on your website? 30 seconds? 60 seconds if you're a good marketer. But visitors happily spend 60 or more MINUTES with you on a teleseminar or webcast. That's why I love teleseminars and webcasts for sharing information. They really add a personal touch. My favorite tool in my marketing arsenal is Instant Teleseminar 2.0. Now it comes fully-loaded with a training system to get you up and running immediately with profit-building teleseminars. And you can try it for free for 21 days. Check it out. Like me, you'll also be a fan of the effortless way it follows up with your peeps and uploads your recordings immediately. Makes online training a breeze!

Website Creation Workshop

Every Year Christina Hills conducts the best ever workshop on creating a Website using WordPress called "Website Creation Workshop". I have attended her Workshop and have found it to be absolutely the most worthy and informative Workshop.

I can highly recommend you join her workshop the next time around.

CopyTalk

I use CopyTalk and couldn’t be happier. I know how easy they make life, especially for a fast-paced, mobile entrepreneur. They are happy to have me. Why? Because they know the quality of people in my community I’ve arranged for them to give you a very special price…one that is normally reserved for big wig corporations only. When you try out CopyTalk, you get the service at a monthly discounted rate of $49.95 rather than the regular rate of $79.95. This service will add so much to your productivity, you won’t believe you ever lived without it.

Language Resource: Nouns,
Adjectives, and Verbal Usage

Nouns, adjectives, and verbs are three examples of the parts of speech used to create a sentence. A noun is a word that represents a person, place, or thing. An adjective is used as a descriptive word. Verbs are used in a sentence to describe action. The parts of speech work together to make a logical sentence.

This page is a good resource for understanding proper grammar http://www.eslpartyland.com/nouns-adjectives-verbal-usage