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Bruno Silva is an entrepreneur from Portugal with over 15 years of experience in Online Marketing. He is also a blogger and writes on variety of topics from online marketing to designs, cars to loans, etc.

How to Get Discount on Any Hotel

How to Get Discount on Any Hotel

In this article we will look at how to get the best bargains in hotels. The term hotel covers a very wide range of accommodation from luxurious five-star establishments, to rooms above pubs and bars. Even if you are on a tight budget never think that you won’t be able to afford a hotel. Hotels […]

How to Tidy Up Things Instantly

How to Tidy Up Things Instantly

I was once asked in an interview what I would do if my mother-in-law announced that she was 10 minutes away and my house was in utter chaos. I have to admit that I have occasionally thrown things into the downstairs cupboard on the arrival of an unannounced guest but, for the most part, my […]

How to Teach Children not to play with Match Sticks

How to Teach Children not to play with Match Sticks

Children always like things that can hurt them. The major reason behind it is that they are naturally very curious about things. So when you forbid them to touch anything, they’ll definitely come and touch it. But it’s not the end. You can still teach them not to play with such dangerous things. Following are […]

How to Use a Speed Square

How to Use a Speed Square

This speed square is uncomplicated to utilize. It contains pre-determined marks for point of view cuts as well as roof beam cuts. Also make use of a speed square by marking a straight line transversely a board as well as to be an adage guide while you cut. The glossary of woodwork-speak is besieged with […]

How to Choose a Proper Shoe for Jogging

How to Choose a Proper Shoe for Jogging

The most important investment a prospective jogger can make is to pur­chase quality shoes. Proper selection is important because an appropriate, well-fitting pair of shoes can prevent or alleviate blisters, shin splints, and ankle, knee, and hip-joint injuries. Shoes made especially for jogging have some common characteristics. The heel should be about one-half inch higher […]

How to Get over Someone

How to Get over Someone

The relationships have always been stressful but you cannot make them as harsh as break ups. This is the time when one should get over another person. It is difficult for most of the people but rather easy for some. Every person must be able to cope up with the situation. You should get over […]

How to Spot a Diamond

How to Spot a Diamond

Spotting a raw diamond can be exhilarating. There is a diamond deposit in Arkansas. It’s called Crater of Diamonds. It’s a park that allows the adventurous user to look, dig and keep and diamonds you may find. These diamonds aren’t the easiest to spot in the soil. But you can use your eyeglasses as a […]

How to Stop Foreclosure through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

How to Stop Foreclosure through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

You have a few options left open to you if you face foreclosure on your house. As desperate times call for desperate measure, consider filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. This drastic solution will severely affect your credit score, but today it remains one of the only ways to get out from under said situation. […]

How to Tap a Beer Keg

How to Tap a Beer Keg

You may not be a professional. But an ordinary person can also have a party with a beer keg. The main problem is that of tapping the beer keg. For this you should follow the following steps: Procedure: First of all you should bring a keg. You cannot do anything if you have not got […]

How to Establish an Open Account Credit Policy

How to Establish an Open Account Credit Policy

An open account credit policy allows your customers to charge their purchases from your company. If you decide to offer this policy, you must identify reliable customers and amounts and terms of credit. Some business owners who require payment 30 days from the time of purchase are able to eliminate service or interest charges. If […]

How to Select and Reject Applicants

How to Select and Reject Applicants

Whether you have asked applicants to telephone or send in a letter, curriculum vitae or completed application form, you should adopt the same approach towards the screening process. All written appli­cations should be acknowledged as and when they are received, thus promoting a friendly and caring company image which will appeal to would-be employees. Applicants […]

How to Spend Money when Backpacking in Europe

How to Spend Money when Backpacking in Europe

There are several different ways to take your spending money when backpacking in Europe: Traveller’s cheques: These are available at all banks, post offices and many travel agencies and can simply be exchanged for cash in the local currency in every European country. Sterling cheques are accepted in all European countries. Ask for many small […]

How to Obtain References before the Candidate Begins Work

How to Obtain References before the Candidate Begins Work

Always obtain references before the candidate begins work, but remember not to approach referees until after a job offer has been made and permission has been given by the candidate. References should be regarded as a significant feature of recruitment policy, serving several useful purposes. They allow you to check facts (Is he as experienced […]

How to Repair a Table or Chair

How to Repair a Table or Chair

Repairing chair rungs and legs Broken or split chair rungs or legs can be glued together if all parts are intact. First, clean the broken parts of dirt and grease, then apply woodworkers’ glue to the broken parts. Fit the parts together with transparent tape and bind tightly with strong twine, allowing the unit to […]

How to Lacquer a Plain Wooden Chair

How to Lacquer a Plain Wooden Chair

The imitation of oriental lacquerwork has a long and rich tradition in the West. It is still popular today, and is used as a decorative technique for giving fur­niture a facelift. A number of highly colourful styles were used in the past, but the simplest for the ama­teur to imitate is gold-and-black lacquerwork. In this […]

How to Predict a Hurricane's Damage

How to Predict a Hurricane’s Damage

Wind, rain, and the raging sea can wreak havoc, but their effects vary widely. A hurricane with 135-MPH winds that crossed Texas in 1949, for example, caused two deaths, but it remained in rural areas, destroying crops but not cities. Hurricane Beulah, in 1967, produced winds gusting to more than 100 MPH in Texas, but […]

How to be a Good Grandparent

How to be a Good Grandparent

Becoming a grandparent means that one’s own child has become a parent. This point might seem obvious, except that the combined effect of these two wonder­ed but emotionally charged events can be explosive. For the new grandparents, the birth rekindles their own memories of early parenthood and is an opportunity to relive many of those […]

How to Make Homemade Potassium Perchlorate

How to Make Homemade Potassium Perchlorate

Potassium chlorate is essential when we talk about explosives. It is quite easy to produce. The ingredients involved are also readily available. Metal pans should not be used in making this because the crystal’s moisture together with the crystals themselves will pierce through the metal material. This is sensitive to friction, shock and heat. So […]

How to Promote an Acupuncture Clinic

How to Promote an Acupuncture Clinic

Alternative medicine continues to gain more and more momentum as people start looking for more natural, safe and effective ways of treating their medical conditions. Acupuncture, a popular alternative medicine method, has patients who report positive effects after a few sessions of acupuncture. You should base promoting an acupuncture clinic on classic marketing techniques and […]

How to Enjoy the True Taste of Merlot Wine

How to Enjoy the True Taste of Merlot Wine

The United States consumed a record of more than 20 million cases of Merlot in 2006, making Merlot one of the most sought after and recognized of all the red wines produced certified winemakers produce. Originally produced in Bordeaux, France, today many wineries based in the US produce Merlot—especially in California. Unlike other common red […]