I was on twitter today and read a cool tweet so I"ll RT @gaksdesigns 20 Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Web Design http://bit.ly/18lM33. During my review of their site I checked out wix free website program and created an online business card. Here is my creation for now. It seems like a fun system and they have other tools I could use to market online and with others. For now I will keep investigation:)
I have been reading through the bible that I found online at Daily Devotions
The Bible has articles that are added for review from Dr Greg Loman and other Doctors. I just read one that I wanted to share its called When Your Way isn't God's Way. Your Estimated transit time Leviticus 3:17
Excessive obesity and the extremely high rates of malnutrition and disease among Americans are related less to "how much" food we eat than to "how processed" those foods are. It is the highly processed fast foods, prepared with an abundance of chemicals, additives, and preservatives not even allowed in other parts of the world -- things that make up such high percentage of the calories consumed by Americans -- that cause us such problems.
Outside of America, meals are more often prepared fresh, from scratch, and with natural food, instead of convenience foods out of a box. Convenient, processed foods contain sugar-based and other types of additives that make food impossible to break down adequately. These foods, which aren't really food at all, stay in your system. The longer anything stays in your system, the more problems it will cause.
There is a digestive trait known as the ETT, which stands for the Estimated Transit Time. The longer it takes for food to get in and out of the system, the less healthy the diet is. Food should be eaten, broken down into its basic nutrients, utilized by the body and quickly eliminated. The edible products created by God are high in fiber and water, the two elements necessary for a speedy and successful ETT. Processed, high fat foods, that contain additives make for slow ETT.
reflect: Consider changing your diet to include more foods high in fiber and water.
Tonight I was putting in my 5 tweets out and browsed a few tweets and found a great book I'd like to get sometime called Crush It. www.crushitbook.com The website offers a review of Chapter 7 and I was able to enjoy the 10 pages and wanted to read more. I'll be heading to Barnes N Noble tomorrow to see if I can find the book. Again I am amazed at how quick my new found person I've meet I want to learn from. I didn't know Gary Vaynerchuk a few seconds ago but the marketing and knowledge he shared provided me with that trust and interest to begin my learning from him and his book. I love how simple life can truly be if we make it simple!
So today I learned about several new websites that I thought I would add to my resources to use sometime in the future. I learned about the sites from a free email I received from Ryan Lee. I find it truly amazing how you might not know someone one second and then you get an email from another person introducing you to them and all of sudden you want to learn and enjoy what this new person has to offer.
I've spent a few hours learning how each site works and so I'll add a review of what I find cool.
I just visited my primary companies new website www.monavieuniversity.com and they have some awesome information and learning tools for distributor support. If you have an interest in amazing Health and wellness send me an email or go directly to www.monavie.com and enroll using my ID #77721
A website called www.disk.com is a great website that can be used to outsource creation of free reports booklet and create an interview disk that you can drop ship to your customer. All you have to do is send them a pdf file of your word document and then they fancy it up and upload to them your data you want on the disk and they will create it. Seems like a pretty cool tool.
The next website I learned about but haven't put much evaluation into is www.membergate.com this website can offer the ability to have a subscription based program that you can charge customers a monthly subscription and they handle all the back office work. That would be nice perhaps sometime in the future.
The last website I have truly enjoyed is www.screentoaster.com which is much better than www.jing.com in my opinion for now. It was so easy to use to video my screen on my computer, I could save my file to my computer or quickly upload it to youtube. They allowed you to add things to the screencast of your computer and I will be using this tool fairly shortly and post my video sometime this next week. As I was checking out screentoaster on twitter I found they have a sister company called www.screenjelly.com and this is a place you can create a quick video and post it quickly on social media or email it to a friend. I like this as you can watch most recent videos that people have made and I found some really great ones. In fact currently I've been learning from this girl named Karen and she made a short video on something called a Voki. Go there and watch it as I want to make one sometime and post it on the blog. Voki Video
So all in all tonight has been an eventful night with much to do for the future and I'm glad I've spent this time blogging about this so I don't forget these cool sites. Hope you enjoy them too.
I really like it because it offers an easy way that others can just click on the link and join you on twitter. It was very easy to set up too which I think is very important. I just went to settings and then add gadget then choose HTML code. I added it to the top left of my gadgets and pasted the code, saved the blog and presto it was done.
I also have been researching a few webinars online The one's I'm looking into are the following...
So I'll be spending sometime seeing which one works the best for me and if you have any suggestions feel free to add a comment. When I have some other sites I find I'll make a post of my latest results.