I went shopping the other day at a new supermarket and chose some what looked like fresh punnett of strawberries.
When I got home and put them out and washed them to put in a health drink, I discovered that 5 of them we bad.
The top ones were fine, but was really upset that I had to decide whether or not I would drive all the way back, costing money with fuel, to get another punnett, or to just ignore it and be grumpy for 5 minutes.
Has the same happened to you?
Can you list 5 great things a small business can do to get their website exposed.
We have a fantastic website : http://www.chocolatedownunder.com.au/ and went and did the right thing and through the recommendation of our Bank Manager signed up on a 12 month SEO contract.
After 8 months we asked that we be allowed to get out of our contract as we discovered that the word “chocolate” hadnt been used as a key word.
They said “you never gave us the word chocolate to use”. This Company is American based and Australian based and even gives seminars on how to be number one.
Since then we have relied on google who we think are fantastic and are trying to do as much as we can by blogging, etc.
If thousands of people had the opportunity of visiting our website we know for certain it would be a raging success.
I mean I know so many people like us who are competing with large chocolate companies and we want to “live our dream” as Oprah says but sometimes you need a little help with exposure.
Any comments would be so welcome
It means that raw cotton meets the standards set forth by government and private certification boards that regularly inspect farms.
Creating a pure, natural environment is a vital decision for growing number of parents.
Majority of baby clothes we buy today are made of synthetic materials such as polyester and nylon. Both of which are made of petrochemicals.
Little is known how this could be affecting our babies and the concern with pesticdes and chemicals in mindboggling.
It is time that consumers are helped with knowledge and to be able to choose a beautiful product knowing that the government has endorsed it and knowing that the government is 100% behind in helping save the environment.
Here at ORGANIC BABE AND KIDS WEAR organic cotton clothing is now considered essential for baby’s health. We care about our consumers and want to do our very best to make a difference.
Not so long ago people have started to think about the environment and the benefits there are in putting on beautifully designed baby clothes that are free of chemicals,dyes, pesticides etc.
Pesticides dont only harm the earth: statistics report that 60% of field workers in the cotton industry show symptoms of permanent poisoning.
These pesticides have not only been linked to declining sperm counts and increased cancer, traces have also been found in the milk of animals and nursing mothers.
See www.paninternational.org for further information.
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