Sunday, July 13, 2014

Facts about Friends:


 Facts about friends:

50% of them know and like us because of the favors you can do or did for them; 
30% of them had seen you at your best:
15% of them had shared your pain; 
but only 
5% knows the real story of your entire life.
Nature's Eye:

Friday, July 11, 2014

Just a Thought

photo: SAC
Just a thought: What if your greatest mistake would be your greater happiness? 
Will you stand your mistake or just hope that you won’t live to regret it? 
Just a thought….
We spend our whole lives telling ourselves that everything that happens for a reason. 
When in reality,
 We just give reasons for everything that happens.
by Nature's Eye: naomispennycom.blogspot.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

We Can be Fine

photo: SAC

We can be fine even when others do not have a good opinion of us but what we think of ourselves.
 Besides, a true intelligent person is the one who can pretend to be a fool in front of a fool who pretends to be intelligent. 
Nature’s Eye:

Monday, July 7, 2014

45 Ways to Avoid Using the Word 'very'


Sunday, July 6, 2014

13 Random Things You Shouldn’t Microwave

Take all the necessary precaution on do's and don't in putting anything in microwave....
     by/credit:Tiffany Lo

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Natural Glow Makeup

Mu note:Whatever or however you place your makeup it is alright even not everything you are using them.Just the basic thing will do.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Marketing Your Tutorial Service

credit/by:Sheldon Armstrong

Are you a tutor looking to attract learners quickly? It can be easier said than done as the market is saturated with willing tutors. There will always be a demand, but it is essential to know how to attract clients specifically to your service. Tutorial services are all about quality and helping students learn in a manner that is effective but profitable for the tutor. There are several methods to market your tutorial service in a bid to acquire new clients on a regular basis. Below is a list of marketing tactics and information about why they’re useful.
Target Local Schools
Your target market is likely sitting in a classroom, waiting to hear about how you can improve their next report card. It is important for any prospective tutor to begin marketing in schools. Schools are the best place to encourage struggling students to seek help from your tutoring service. If you provide high-quality service, parents and students will eventually spread the word around the school. It is a simple and straightforward method of obtaining new clients.
Schools often look to acquire the services of tutors to help students on a consistent basis. Schools are often willing to promote such services, they it emphasizes the concept of learning inside and outside the classroom.
Going to PTA meetings can be a great source of new clients, as well. Parents will attend these meetings and be open to the idea of learning about tutorial services. It is important to have your one-minute speech ready in case a parent inquires about the service.
Parents are the most important part of the tutoring market. After all, they are the ones paying the bills! It is important to communicate with this group. Flyers are a great method of getting parents eager to know more about the service and eventually sign their children up.
Flyers spread across the neighborhood may be sufficient. Tutorial services will often place their ads on the side of mailboxes. Of course, it is important to note these can be removed, and it is important to keep checking back.
Listing Qualifications
Be clear and concise when listing your qualifications as a tutor. Parents and/or student want to be assured of the person they are hiring. Of course, as the tutorial service picks up, word of mouth can get the job done. During the start-up process, however, tutors should list their qualifications on any advertisement. Clients will often look at these before moving forward with their decision. It is the only discerning factor available for them to pick and choose by.
Online Options
Just like any other business, posting advertisements online can pay off. Look to target places like Craigslist and Kijiji to advertise your tutorial service. Most parents will go online to find tutors these days.
It is simple to get the word out about your tutorial service, and listing your qualifications and details about what makes you unique will help you stand out from the crowd!

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