Profitable Content Creation – Are You Making These 3 Deadly Mistakes Creating Content? (Yes You!)

Content creation is one of the most powerful skills you can master to have a ridiculously successful online business.And you do want a ridiculously successful online business, don’t you?3 Big MistakesAt the same time there are many mistakes beginners and even experienced entrepreneurs make. Here are just 3 of the many mistakes, and more importantly, what to do instead.Content Creation Mistake #1 – Failure to begin – The fear usually shows up as procrastination, perfectionism, or fear of what other will think.What to do instead: Get started dammit! The next time you are tempted to procrastinate, do it now and procrastinate later. People will criticize your stuff – it’s part of being online – it also means you’ve been found, which is a good thing.And this perfectionism stuff, c’mon. It is not noble to be a perfectionist. In fact, it is selfish, because perfectionism deprives the world of you and your life changing message.Content Creation Mistake #2 – Failure to engage your audience – The cardinal sin is to bore your prospects. It is not necessary to bore your audience in order to deliver your message. With online content marketing, you do not have to follow all the picky little rules of order. You can have fun with this…What to so instead: Even if it is not in your nature, find a way to entertain and you will make more money. It’s as simple as that folks. Tell stories, give examples, look at what everyone else is doing and do some things differently.Content Creation Mistake #3 – Failure to ask for an action – That means failure to ask them to take the next success steps. So many people are just glad someone is reading their stuff and shy away from asking them to do anything, to take any action.What to so instead: Always ask for the next action. Always provide another way for your prospects to engage with you, spend money with you, or both. If you have resources that will help them and make a difference in their lives and you don’t offer them to your prospects, you are actually doing them a disservice.And I know you don’t want to do that, right?Avoid these 3 mistakes and get good at what to do instead. Then get ready to profit with your content creation.

Low Income Debt Consolidation Solutions

Low income debt consolidations loans are generally meant to clear the debts of those people with poor credit as well as employment history. Low income debt consolidation loans can easily pay off high interest debts in the form of credit card bills, store cards, and other loans, by merging them into a single, low cost, monthly payment.Low income debt consolidation loans are offered based on certain factors like borrowers? credit history, past earnings, and current earnings. Low rate debt consolidation loans are considered the most suitable solution for low income debt consolidation. This includes secured low rate debt consolidation loans, home equity loans, and unsecured low rate debt consolidation loans. Secured low rate debt consolidation loans are regarded as the safest as well as convenient way for low income debt consolidation. To avail this loan the borrower has to provide a security, which could be anything like a car or a current bank account.Home equity loan is also a kind of secured debt consolidation loan. The borrower has to put his home as collateral to get the loan. For unsecured low rate debt consolidation, no collateral is required. However, a good credit status is required to avail these loans. Low interest personal loans are also available for low income debt consolidation.If a borrower?s mortgage is insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) – an agency governed by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), they take over his mortgage on meeting certain requirements. This enables the low income borrowers to figure out a workable repayment schedule. Sometimes, borrowers also get assistance from HUD-approved agencies.A number of private lenders are also in the scene to provide debt consolidation loans for low income people. Many of them offer services of qualified financial advisors. Firstly, these service providers check your debt-to-income ratios, i.e., comparison of total debt payments with your income. The higher your debt-to-income ratio, the higher is the interest rate and fees.Interest rates of debt consolidation loans fluctuate from lender to lender; research properly to get the best possible deal.

STDs in Film

STDs have played a starring role in many films, and not just to encourage STD testing. Here are four to watch out for.STDs are a subject that most people find it hard to talk about, but they crop up surprisingly often in film. Sometimes they are used in a comical fashion as an embarrassing mishap that happens to one of the main characters, sometimes a character’s struggle against a disease forms the basis for a serious drama. But however they subject is tackled, STDs on film invariably raise awareness and promote discussion about the issues at hand – and anything that encourages sexual health and STD testing can only be a good thing!Here are four films that feature STD testing as an essential part of the plot…The LibertineThis recent film was based on the life of the infamous John Wilmot, renowned as a poet, drunkard, and hugely successful lover of women and men during the rule of Charles II. Like any ladies man in an era before reliable contraception and effective STD treatment, Rochester suffered from an impressive combination of STDs, including gonorrhoea and syphilis. The film doesn’t flinch from the grim realities of the disease, and by the end of the film, Rochester has lost his nose to the degenerative syphilis that would eventually kill him at the age of 33.The film may be accurate in its depiction of the disease, but luckily, advances in STD testing and treatment means that syphilis is now very rare!PhiladelphiaRegarded as the first film to seriously tackle the question of AIDs on film, ‘Philadelphia’ was an enormously successful film, made in 1993 and starring Tom Hanks. Hanks plays a closeted gay lawyer, who is ostracized and then dismissed by his firm after they discover that he has AIDs. He then goes on to sue for unfair dismissal.The film is particularly strong when dealing the prejudice that AIDs and HIV sufferers had to endure at the hand of co-workers, family and friends. In one memorable scene, one of the characters goes to the doctor after shaking Hanks’ hand, fearing that he might have contracted AIDs simply through touching him – this kind of fear and ignorance of the realities of AIDs were widespread when the disease first become prevalent.KidsThis hugely controversial film, made in 1995 by Larry Clark, focuses on the dangers of unprotected sex amongst American teenagers. The main character, Telly, has made a policy of only sleeping with virgins as a way of avoiding STDs. Unfortunately, Telly has already unknowingly contracted HIV, and so is spreading it to everyone that he sleeps with. After one of his partners goes for STD testing and discovers that she has HIV, she sets out to try and track him down and stop him from spreading the disease further.With the film featuring a heady cocktail of underage sex, drugs, rape, and violence, it is easy to see why it provoked such a strong moral outrage when it was released!Plunkett and MacleanLast but not least, a more comic look at STDs! An unnamed STD makes a cameo appearance in this 18th century action comedy, when one of the two highwaymen at the centre of the story catches “the pox” after an intimate encounter with a woman he intends to rob. His partner, an apothecary, manages to cook up an unnamed, explosive and extremely painful cure to “burn away” the infection. It is played for laughs, but both the non-specific diagnosis and the gruesome, painful cure were all too common in the early days of STD testing!

Tips For Saving Money With the 2010 Entertainment Book

The new 2010 Entertainment Book has introduced completely FREE offers from top merchants, and contains more grocery savings. There are still so many great deals from popular merchants where you can save lots of money.Here are some tips on ways to save the most money using your coupon book.1. Don’t buy the entertainment book and lay it down somewhere, only to forget about it. Set aside some time to look through every page for deals that interest you. You’ll be surprised to find many ways to save on places and things that you buy on a regular basis. This will give you an outline of just how much you can save on stuff you buy.2. Keep your book in your purse or the car. An easy way to remember when to use it, is to write down offers and their page number for a particular month in a daily planner. I use the planner on my iphone, so it’s always with me or you could use a small pocket calendar, whatever works for you. Whatever I may be planning for the week, like grocery trips, dining out, clothes shopping, buying birthday presents, etc. I have my selected coupon offers listed so I can quickly pull out my book and go right to the page I need. Most importantly, I remember to use the coupons and save my money!3. Flag all free offers and use them! Maybe you have a free coupon for an ice cream from McDonald’s, or a free movie ticket. Don’t pass up the free stuff! There will probably be some offers that you just don’t care to use. These make great giveaways for family and friends. What you don’t like or need, someone else might be thrilled to get.4. Highlight offers you are CERTAIN to use, because they consist of things you do on a regular basis, such as car washes, dry cleaners, free gas for groceries, places you frequent every week. Not using these is like throwing away free money.5. Some stores may not participate with the Entertainment Book, but if you show them an offer from a competitor in your book, they may match it and you save the same.6. There are many dining out offers in the book where you can buy one entree and get one free, which can come in handy anytime, especially when you want to treat a friend to a nice dinner or try a new restaurant for your next night out.Plan special activities out around the book through out the entire year! Before you buy a present, go on a trip, have dinner out, let’s just say, before you buy anything at all, get into the habit of checking your Entertainment Book first. Remember too you’ll have access to coupons you can print right from your computer and an Entertainment Membership Card for discounts on selected fine dining and when traveling.The 2010 Entertainment Book cost between $25 and $35. If you have a simple plan in place, you can pay off the book in about 2 months, then continue saving money through out the year. Just remember to read the entertainment book information, record the best offers in your monthly planner, share what you won’t be using with friends and family and you’ll come out ahead in more ways than one. 2010 Entertainment Book Information.