Saturday, June 11, 2011
Qittle is a text message marketing software platform for big & small businesses. Communicate with your customers on their mobile phone through text messages.
Aspen, CO, June 13, 2011 - Qittle Launches Text Messaging Marketing Services To Small Businesses.
Text message Marketing is one of the fastest growing marketing mediums worldwide. Like the internet before it, it has unprecedented power and potential to reach its intended market with an immediate message or call to action. Casey McConnell The CEO of Qittle says. the average SMS marketing campaign reaches redemption rates of 20%. Other marketing such as email, direct mail and newspaper rarely reach over 2%-3%. The ROI of text message marketing simply cannot be matched. Within 15 minutes of sending out a text message to your list, 95% of your subscribers will read your message. That's 5 times more than email and 9 times more than direct mail! You don't have to waste money trying to market to your customers McConnell says.
Qittle is a text message marketing software platform for big & small businesses. Communicate with your customers on their mobile phone through text messages. For more information on how Qittle can help your business grow contact Casey McConnell at 866.761.7442 or visit http://www.Qittle.com
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Aspen, CO 81611
Over 15 new commercial construction projects are up for bid with EliteProNet, the fastest growing network for professional contractors in New Jersey.
New Jersey, June 11, 2011 - Over 15 new commercial construction projects are up for bid with EliteProNet, the fastest growing network for professional contractors in New Jersey.
Subcontractors licensed to perform commercial work should register their information with EliteProNet online at www.elitepronet.com or call 877-656-4706. Past references must be provided for all contractors during prequalification. The list of some of the commercial jobs up for bid is as follows:
1.Demolition and renovation of a commercial site in Lawrenceville, NJ
2.New construction of restaurant in Hamilton, NJ
3.Demolition and renovation of retail facility in Pomton Plains, NJ
4.Site renovation and addition in Mountain Lakes , NJ
5.New construction of a commercial site in Sussex, NJ
6.New single family home in Watchung, NJ
7.Addition and demolition of public building in Whippany, NJ
8.New construction of rehab center in North Middletown, NJ
9.Construction of department store in Woodbridge, NJ
10.Renovation and demolition of a restaurant in North Brunswick, NJ
EliteProNet was originally founded in December of 2008 by Dean Cameron and Kevin Priddy as Elite Subcontractors and now provides construction projects up for bid in Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, and Delaware, North Carolina, and Georgia.
EliteProNet corporate headquarters is located at 5589 Okeechobee Blvd., Ste. 202, West Palm Beach, FL 33417. For more information please call (877) 656-4706 or visit www.elitepronet.com.
Erin Crawford MBA
Development & Marketing Director
5589 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 202
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
(561) 656-4701 x105
Contrary to popular belief, being self-centered is, in fact, healthy. When individuals focus on their own needs first, they perform at higher levels and are able to contribute more effectively to others.
Boston, MA, June 11, 2011 (Straight Line PR) -- Throughout life, there is only one constant: YOU. Children may pass away before their parents. Spouses may, in spite of all of the loving, leave. Jobs are only temporary. Instead of centering life on someone or something external, try being self-centered. This provides some level of stability in an unpredictable world.
"I am not suggesting that people should be selfish and 'exclusively concerned with oneself'", says Stephen Shapiro, innovation leader and author of Goal-Free Living - How to Have the Life You Want NOW. ( http://1clik2.com/GoalFreeLiving ). "Centering instead is what you base your life on - what you focus your attention on, be it children, career, spouse or even service to others. Those who focus on their own needs first tend to take better care of themselves, expanding their capacity to more effectively aid and lead others."
The book, Goal-Free Living is a significant departure from Shapiro's hard hitting corporate innovation techniques, and focuses more at an individualistic level. His somewhat unconventional approach to achieving happiness and success gives individuals the ability to break free from the unforeseen shackles that today's rules impose upon us. ( http://SteveShapiro.com )
"In an attempt to shed the self-centered label, I have seen the pendulum swing so far over that there has become a complete disregard for one's own self. A recent study uncovered that 53 percent of people say: 'I sometimes get the feeling that I am living my life in a way that satisfies others more than it satisfies me.' Living life based on the expectations of others leaves individuals demotivated and unproductive," says Shapiro.
To read more about Stephen Shapiro's unusual approach to creating a satisfying life experience, visit http://1clik2.com/BeingSelfCentered
About Stephen Shapiro:
Stephen Shapiro is one of the foremost authorities on innovation and collaboration, and has personally touched hundreds of thousands of lives in over 40 countries. While Stephen's insights apply to virtually any organization, big or small, he has contributed to shifting the innovation culture for such Fortune 500 organization as Staples, GE, BP, Johnson & Johnson, Fidelity Investments, Pearson Education, Nestle, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. As the founder and creator of a 20,000 person internal innovation practice within Accenture, and advisor to hundreds of organizations worldwide, Stephen possesses a rare and extensive arsenal of tools allowing him to arm any organization with the knowledge they need to shift their most threatening challenges.
Stephen can be reached at 617-379-1177 or online at http://SteveShapiro.com
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Family IQ was founded in 2001 by Company President and CEO, Mark Hobbins, offering state-of-the-art family skill building tools to treatment programs and therapists who wanted to improve family relationships.
Eagan, MN, June 12, 2011 - Family IQ Has Launched A New Financing OptionFamily IQ products will be able to apply and qualify for financing under an agreement with a private lending/financing program Nilsson says.This will help so many people who could not invest $1495 to get started with this Top Tier Program. Now everyone can start a home business with $200 down and can start to get paid $600 - $1000 commissions on every sign up. I have never seen a top tier program offer such a huge advantage before Nilsson says. Family IQ was founded in 2001 by Company President and CEO, Mark Hobbins, offering state-of-the-art family skill building tools to treatment programs and therapists who wanted to improve family relationships. Helping families to deal with life experiences is very important in today’s society. And Everyone Is Qualified. Family IQ, announced at a system wide business meeting of Independent Business owners, everyone interested in becoming an Independent Business Owner or purchase any
Nilsson says, after intentionally staying on the fringe of the Home Business/Network Marketing Industry for a dozen years, it was obvious that My Family IQ had the perfect combination of product, leadership, training and appropriate market timing. It’s very rare to have all of these elements come together in one powerful structure all at the same time. Together we can make a huge and important difference in people’s lives.
If you are interested in learning more on how Chad Nilsson can help you, Mr. Nilsson can be reached at 651-330-8032 or visit him online at: Chad.firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.MyFamilyIQ.net