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Aubrey Durkin

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  • Closing the Sales Deal
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    Closing the Sales Deal

    2 years ago

    A sales deal is composed of three parts. The first part is the introduction of products to possible customers. The second is the buying customer's acceptance of the product. And the third part, and the most important part at that, is the closing....

  • Selling and Presenting Your Product
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    Selling and Presenting Your Product

    2 years ago

    Almost all customers would agree in saying that the product’s presentation has a lot to do with their reasons for buying. They like a product that is very presentable, both in its overall appearance and its packaging. Therefore, no matter how good...

  • Handling Objections in Sales
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    Handling Objections in Sales

    2 years ago

    A lot of people assume that selling is not easy. And that's because of the numerous objections potential customers will shoot at you whenever you attempt to contact or talk to them with the intention of starting a sale. Some objections may be given...

  • The Downside of Dropshipping
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    The Downside of Dropshipping

    3 years ago

    Drop shipping, to define it to the novice, is a means of selling things on one forum and entering your buyer's shipping info on another forum, thereby making a profit from the sale without actually having to ship anything. You can do it from...

  • Consecutive Layered Investments
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    Consecutive Layered Investments

    3 years ago

    When people think of investments, they typically only think of stocks and bonds...maybe mutual funds and CDs. I bet most people don't realize how many investment types there are. Military members who receive housing allowance and buying a home to...

  • eBay or  Amazon
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    eBay or Amazon

    3 years ago

    eBay and Amazon are the most prolific places to sell your wares. A seller may weigh the cost benefit analysis game of which is better. I've found neither is really better. Both sites have their merits and their missteps. There are ways to maximize...

  • How to Get Free Food!
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    How to Get Free Food!

    3 years ago

    It's that time of year! The festive season of giving has arrived, and Albertsons is doling out free turkeys for the month of November, with a coupon. If you shop there all the time and the cashiers know you, they may give you a break without a...

  • Purging Inventory at Strategic Points
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    Purging Inventory at Strategic Points

    3 years ago

    Investing in inventory and watching it not sell for months can be a little sickening. After all, you can't always predict what will sell and what won't. You put hard-earned money into something on good faith there will be a decent demand. Well, the...

  • Amazon Trick to Move Inventory
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    Amazon Trick to Move Inventory

    3 years ago

    Hello! I have been selling on Amazon for almost a year with an ever increasing inventory. Sales were stagnant with the odd sale every couple of weeks. I barely made anything. Thank goodness for the full time job! Then I began experimenting and...

  • Is Redgage the Hottest Thing Right Now?
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    Is Redgage the Hottest Thing Right Now?

    3 years ago

    How many of you have heard of Redgage.com? I didn't until about a week ago. Redgage is a revenue sharing website with a bit of a social media aspect. They post ads to your content and you get a certain share of ad revenue depending on the views you...

  • eBay Sales Timing for Maximum Sales
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    eBay Sales Timing for Maximum Sales

    3 years ago

    It's common sense that selling what people want to buy is the best way to increase sales. There are many ways to figure out what consumers demand. One option is extensive market research while another option is relying on judgment. These options...

  • 5 Reasons Why an Older Pet is Better
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    5 Reasons Why an Older Pet is Better

    3 years ago

    I gather that since you're reading this, you might be considering getting a pet. The love an companionship of the right pet is a life enhancing experience. They become a member of the family and can offer protection, warning when there is danger,...

  • Retail Resale for the Busy and Lazy
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    Retail Resale for the Busy and Lazy

    3 years ago

    To any cheapskate the best thing is a good deal. To any work from home business owner the best thing is giving a good deal and still making a good profit. I can tell you from recent experience that these two things can, in fact, merge. As a small...

  • 5 Steps to Take if You Lost a Pet
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    5 Steps to Take if You Lost a Pet

    3 years ago

    Losing a pet can be a terrifying and horrifying situation, one in which your control is very limited. You become more desperate as you imagine your beloved pet hurt, scared, hungry, or worse. The good news is that many pets come home or are found by...

  • Your Quick Travel Guide to Nottingham, UK
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    Your Quick Travel Guide to Nottingham, UK

    3 years ago

    I think most people know Nottingham's part in a little old legend called Robin Hood. Nottingham itself is quite the town. A short drive takes you to the notorious Sherwood Forest, the proclaimed hiding spot of Robin and his Merry Men. Also see...

  • Your Quick Travel Guide to Bath, UK
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    Your Quick Travel Guide to Bath, UK

    3 years ago

    Bath has a very long history. In fact, its history is so interesting that it is a World Heritage Site. The city has long been a mecca for those seeking healing in the abundant natural hot springs. The Romans first made regular use of the springs and...

  • 5 Pros and Cons of Publishing Public Domain Content
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    5 Pros and Cons of Publishing Public Domain Content

    3 years ago

    Before I go into why the Public Domain is a source of passive income, I'm going to explain what the Public Domain is. This is a place online where all works posted are supposed to be out of copyright. This includes older works created by an author...

  • My Experience Getting a Degree as Active Duty Military
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    My Experience Getting a Degree as Active Duty Military

    3 years ago

    Over the course of my 11 years in the US Air Force I have heard many people question why they need a college education. Many argued it did not make anyone a better leader. Others figured it wasn't worth the work to get an education because it was...

  • College Accreditation and Getting Started with a Community College
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    College Accreditation and Getting Started with a Community College

    3 years ago

    Accreditation is a very important factor to consider when shopping for colleges. First of all you want to make sure your college actually is accredited before you spend a dime on them. I found this out the hard way being home-schooled for my...

  • CLEP, DSST, Excelsior, and Other Random College Exams
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    CLEP, DSST, Excelsior, and Other Random College Exams

    3 years ago

    Cut the garbage! This is where you really save time and money. English pro in high school? There's an exam you can probably pass for college credit. Math nerd? Well...you can probably knock out a sickening number of math credits. Are you just really...

  • Paying for College Textbooks and Study Guides
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    Paying for College Textbooks and Study Guides

    3 years ago

    Books are another well-known expense of the college experience. Fortunately for you the college book store is not even remotely the only place you can find your books. Behold the following websites where you may find your book for less, either...

  • Studying for CLEP, DSST, and Other Exams and Classes
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    Studying for CLEP, DSST, and Other Exams and Classes

    3 years ago

    No matter what route you take to fulfill college credit requirements, you will have to study in most cases. Oh no! Aside from the recommended textbooks in the case of exams for credit, or the textbook for regular classes, there are other resources...

  • A Comparison Between White Collar Crime and Terrorism
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    A Comparison Between White Collar Crime and Terrorism

    3 years ago

    White collar crime and terrorism from the view point of the public are two completely different crimes. This is factual in many instances. Terrorism is largely based on religious and ideological goals, whereas white collar crime is based on...

  • Ways that Male and Female Offenders are Different and Similar
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    Ways that Male and Female Offenders are Different and Similar

    3 years ago

    When the public imagines a criminal, they will usually envision a male. This stereotype is not without substance, as the market on crime has long been cornered by men. Cauffman (2008) cited male offending to have been four times as high in 1980,...

  • Understanding the Exhibitionist
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    Understanding the Exhibitionist

    3 years ago

    The exhibitionist is often visualized as the classic flasher who jumps out from a bush and pulls open their trench coat to reveal themselves to an unsuspecting older lady. This is perhaps one type, but exhibitionists display a variety of different...

  • Comparing Various Criminal Offender Groups
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    Comparing Various Criminal Offender Groups

    3 years ago

    A mentally disordered person is described by Bartol & Bartol (2011) to be a person who has a mental impairment, perhaps a pathology, that makes the ability to manage day to day life greatly more difficult than the non-disordered person. This person...

  • The Impact of Collective Efficacy on Community Policing
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    The Impact of Collective Efficacy on Community Policing

    3 years ago

    Collective efficacy is reflected in how much ownership residents in a neighborhood take in reducing crime. In some neighborhoods, it is high, and that is reflected in the lower crime rate. In others, it is very low, as reflected by higher crime...

  • Comparing Social Conflict, Social Disorganization, and Rational Choice Theories
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    Comparing Social Conflict, Social Disorganization, and Rational Choice Theories

    3 years ago

    Social conflict theory portrays the concept that people who have affluence and influence are in control of whether or not an act is considered a crime. It also suggests that the poor and powerless have no say in the law, and that this discrepancy...

  • Differential Association
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    Differential Association

    3 years ago

    What is differential association? Differential association is based on social learning. Individuals within a group learn and thus act out what they have learned from others that they associate with. They learn that criminal behavior is the status...

  • Do You Need a Website to Blog?
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    Do You Need a Website to Blog?

    3 years ago

    When I first decided to blog I had no idea where to start. In fact, the only reason I knew what blog meant was because my daughter was talking about "Dog with a Blog." I did some research and convinced myself I had to create a website, make a bunch...

  • Top 5 Ways to Make Ad Revenue 2014
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    Top 5 Ways to Make Ad Revenue 2014

    3 years ago

    I am happy to say I have finally been accepted for Google AdSense! Yes, it's just a hosted account but definitely a step forward. I am now monetizing my videos and articles and have learned a lot from my successes and failures. I started off by...

  • Is One Niche Better Than Many Niches?
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    Is One Niche Better Than Many Niches?

    3 years ago

    Prior to actually writing articles, I felt it would be prudent to do some research. After all, it would be a shame to put in loads of work only to have a product that fell short of expectations. Nothing is ever guaranteed and just because you're...

  • Top 5 Things I Sell on Ebay
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    Top 5 Things I Sell on Ebay

    4 years ago

    Selling on eBay is not a perfect science. If it is, no one told me. By design, it is a place where millions of people, if not more, search for that one special item. That's what makes it so great and profitable for someone who buys and sells...

  • Save Money Doing These 5 Chores Yourself
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    Save Money Doing These 5 Chores Yourself

    3 years ago

    There are some things that are so easy to do at home that it would be almost silly not to. Yes, we're all busy with work and family, but these five things take very little time and the savings add up. Companies have come out with so many do it...

  • 5 Places to Sell Your Ebook
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    5 Places to Sell Your Ebook

    4 years ago

    For the most part eBooks are dominating the reading marketplace, propelled by a variety of e-readers on which you can download apps for your favorite eBook seller. As a writer, you can take advantage of this trend by knowing where you can publish...

  • Why I Don't Think Kindle Select is Worth It
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    Why I Don't Think Kindle Select is Worth It

    4 years ago

    If you have books published on Kindle, you may be eligible for their program Kindle Select. Kindle Select allows you to do a five day book promotion and during those five days you can either offer your book for free or offer the book for $.99 the...

  • Five Ways to Cut Your Bills and Not Your Lifestyle
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    Five Ways to Cut Your Bills and Not Your Lifestyle

    4 years ago

    I am a pretty big cheapskate but I still like having modern conveniences like AC, running water, TV...shoes....food. These expenses really add up, but thankfully some of them can be reduced with the awesome alternatives on the market. 1. Cut the...

  • Five Ways to Build Your Online Presence
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    Five Ways to Build Your Online Presence

    4 years ago

    I probably don't have to explain why having a strong online presence is important. People are more inclined to check out your intellectual product if they know you and know it is worth their time. People can be just as stingy with time as they are...

  • Five Ways to Invest in Precious Metals with Minimal Upfront Cost
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    Five Ways to Invest in Precious Metals with Minimal Upfront Cost

    4 years ago

    What if I told you there's a way to get gold, silver, etc for cheap and sometimes free? Would you believe me? You should because it's true! Many people invest in precious metals to diversify their investment, but these investors typically run into...

  • Online Sources of Cheap Inventory to Resell on Amazon and eBay
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    Online Sources of Cheap Inventory to Resell on Amazon and eBay

    4 years ago

    In stores is the fastest way to pick up cheap inventory. You can hit up some or more of the sources we talked about in my last post like Dollar Tree, Walgreens, Walmart, etc. Those places are great for getting it now, running home, and listing your...

  • More Sources of Cheap Inventory for Amazon and eBay
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    More Sources of Cheap Inventory for Amazon and eBay

    4 years ago

    It seems like such a challenge to find stuff with a barcode to sell! What's a home-based business person to do? Well. The answer is strikingly simple. You need to go to places where good stuff is marked way down. Sales typically don't cut it. What...

  • Find Gold, Silver, Copper, Platinum, and Palladium at Goodwill Outlet
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    Find Gold, Silver, Copper, Platinum, and Palladium at Goodwill Outlet

    4 years ago

    The Goodwill Outlet is just one of many places you can find scrap gold, silver, platinum, etc...

  • Advertise Your Kindle Google Nook Kobo eBooks for Free
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    Advertise Your Kindle Google Nook Kobo eBooks for Free

    4 years ago

    So why are you reading this? I would imagine your ebooks sales aren't where you want them to be. THat can be an easy fix. Many online publishers won't give you the time of day if you truly suck. With that in mind, you may have written something...

  • Why You should Sell on eBay
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    Why You should Sell on eBay

    4 years ago

    I'm sure many people love their job...but let's face it. The majority of Americans would quickly take on a work from home business if they could.

  • Ebay Seller Jackpot
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    Ebay Seller Jackpot

    4 years ago

    Would you like to help yourself decode the mystery of resale? It's not easy and a new seller to the field can meet with many challenges. Hopefully this article and subsequent ones can assist you

  • Borderline Personality Disorder in Summary
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    Borderline Personality Disorder in Summary

    4 years ago

    Borderline personality disorder is characterized by impulsiveness, unstable interpersonal relationships, poor self-esteem and self-image, and erratic moods (American Psychiatric Association, 2000; Butcher, Mineka, & Hooley, 2012). The individual...

  • Legal Standards in the Practice of Forensic Psychology
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    Legal Standards in the Practice of Forensic Psychology

    4 years ago

    Legal guidelines, specialty guidelines, and ethics codes assist psychologists of all specialties in maintaining legally appropriate, morally sound, and adequately responsive services to their clients. These forms of guidance allow us to provide...

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