Do you have dreams of leaving your 9-to-5 job? Is your blog struggling to make the kind of money you dream about? Would you also like to know the secret strategies to maximize your blog’s earning potential? There are literally millions of blogs around on the Internet today. Some of them are fantastic and well written and generate tons of money 24 hours a day. Some, sadly, do not! If you want your blog to be in the category of blogs that earn money for you even while you sleep, then this book is for you. In it, you will find lots of advice and tips on: How to monetize your blog Using advertising to generate income Product creation opportunities Content delivery Email lists Pay per click Selling services And much more...If you have a service or product that you think would benefit others, then a blog is one of the answers for getting your ideas out there to a wide and eager audience. And with the help of this book, you will be up and running in no time, building that money-spinning blog and making money before you know it! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matthew E. Kelly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/130979/bk_acx0_130979_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Do you want to supplement your income?Do you want to have a flexible schedule?Do you want to start working on your own terms?If you answered yes to any of these questions then this audiobook is for you...50 Things to Know About Being a Rideshare and Delivery Driver by Silvain Alarilla offers an approach to learning how to earn through rideshare and delivery apps in a fun way. Most of the information about using rideshare and delivery apps can be found in blog or subreddits. Although there's nothing wrong with looking for information there, this audiobook compiles all that, in addition to my tips based on my real-life experiences from using multiple apps.You'll discover what you need to know before you start trying any of the rideshare apps. This audiobook will help you set expectations and lessen your anxiety about trying something new.By the time you finish this audiobook, you will know how to make your rideshare experience fun and hopefully profitable. So grab your copy today. You'll be glad you did. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Silvain Alarilla. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/180704/bk_acx0_180704_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
As the subject of a popular Web reality series, Suzanne Barston and her husband, Steve, became a romantic, ethereal model for new parenthood. Called "A Parent is Born," the program’s tagline was "The journey to parenthood...from pregnancy to delivery and beyond." Barston valiantly surmounted the problems of pregnancy and delivery. It was the "beyond" that threw her for a loop when she found that, despite every effort, she couldn’t breastfeed her son, Leo. This difficult encounter with nursing - combined with the overwhelming public attitude that breast is not only best, it is the yardstick by which parenting prowess is measured - drove Barston to explore the silenced, minority position that breastfeeding is not always the right choice for every mother and every child. Part memoir, part popular science, and part social commentary, Bottled Up probes breastfeeding politics through the lens of Barston’s own experiences as well as those of the women she has met through her popular blog, The Fearless Formula Feeder. Incorporating expert opinions, medical literature, and popular media into a pithy, often wry narrative, Barston offers a corrective to our infatuation with the breast. Impassioned, well-reasoned, and thoroughly researched, Bottled Up asks us to think with more nuance and compassion about whether breastfeeding should remain the holy grail of good parenthood. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tavia Gilbert. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/012950/bk_adbl_012950_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
While most people meet their child for the first time in a delivery room, some parents have to meet their child in the reception area of an administrative building. Not Always Happy is a humorous and sharp chronicle about adopting and raising a son with Down syndrome from the Maine foster care system. The author quickly learns that life is best lived by expecting the unplanned when she makes the decision to become a parent in her late forties. As her unconventional family moves along in this life, she and her husband are less aware they are raising an atypical child or an adopted child. They are raising their child, and their family struggles with the same universal themes that any family goes through. Parents who have children with Down syndrome and other disabilities represent fifteen percent of all children between the ages of three to seventeen. Wagner-Peck provides an access point to start the debate about adopting a child with special needs along with her decision to homeschool. One of only a few books in the marketplace specifically addressing adopting from the foster care system. Kari Wagner-Peck, MSW, is a writer, blogger, and a freelance development consultant while she homeschools her son. She also has experience in arts management including development, event planning, and public speaking. Her writing has been featured in the Huffington Post, the New York Times’ "Motherlode" blog, the Sydney Morning Herald, Yahoo Parenting, Parents Magazine’s, and Empowering Parents. Kari Wagner-Peck currently resides in Portland, Maine. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ramona Master. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/088493/bk_acx0_088493_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The proven entrepreneurial model that breaks all the rules Build your audience first. Then create your product. This is the simple but profoundly successful entrepreneurial approach of one of today's most creative business minds. A pioneer of content marketing, Joe Pulizzi has cracked the code when it comes to the power of content in a world where marketers still hold fast to traditional models that no longer work. In Content Inc., he breaks down the business-startup process into six steps, making it simple for you to visualize, launch, and monetize your own business. These steps are: The "Sweet Spot": Identify the intersection of your unique competency and your personal passion Content Tilting: Determine how you can "tilt" your sweet spot to find a place where little or no competition exists Building the Base: Establish your number-one channel for disseminating content (blog, podcast, YouTube, etc.) Harvesting Audience: Use social-media and SEO to convert one-time visitors into long-term subscribers Diversification: Grow your business by expanding into multiple delivery channels Monetization: Now that your expertise is established, you can begin charging money for your products or services This model has worked wonders for Pulizzi and countless other examples detailed in the audiobook. Connect these six pieces like a puzzle, and before you know it you'll be running your own profitable, scalable business. Pulizzi walks you step by step through the process based on his own success (and failures) and real-world multimillion-dollar examples from multiple industries and countries. Whether you're seeking to start a brand-new business or drive innovation in an existing one, Content Inc. provides everything you need to reverse engineer the traditional entrepreneurial model for better, more sustainable succe 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joe Pulizzi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/043280/bk_acx0_043280_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Blogs are among the many commonly used technologies for educational purposes. However, they are also a technology used as a conversational and constructivist learning tool. Blogs' interactive, collaborative, user-friendly, and instant archival features have transformed them into effective tools for enhancing case-based teaching methods within the asynchronous nature of the online environment. The authors examined the student populace s acceptance of the blog through the use of a framework known as the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT). This framework integrated eight theories from social psychology and sociology in order to examine the effects of several major factors on behavioral intention and actual use of the blog while learning e-business course materials and discussion topics.
HL7 for BizTalk provides a detailed guide to the planning and delivery of a HL7-compliant system using the dedicated Microsoft BizTalk for HL7 Accelerator. The HL7 Primary Standard, its various versions, and the use of the HL7 Accelerator for BizTalk are broken out and fully explained. HL7 for BizTalk provides clear guidance on the specific healthcare scenarios that HL7 is designed to overcome and provides working case study models of how HL7 solutions can be implemented in BizTalk, deployed in practice and monitored during operation. Special emphasis is given in this book to the BizTalk reporting functionality and its use to provide HL7 oversight within organizations. HL7 for BizTalk is suitable for use with BizTalk versions from 2006 R2 to 2013 R2 to suit the reader’s organization. All three versions of the HL7 standard and their differences, are explained.Vikas Bhardwaj is a Technical Architect at Syntel Inc. Vikas has 14 years of IT experience with Microsoft Technologies like BizTalk Server, .NET, C#, SQL Server. Vikas has implemented various integration solution using BizTalk Server including one of the largest implementation of BizTalk and HL7. Vikas presently lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Poonam and two kids Shivam & Ayaan. You can check out Vikas' blog at http://vikasbhardwaj15.blogspot.com/ and Vikas can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.Howard S. Edidin is an integrations architect specializing in enterprise application integration. Howard runs his own consulting firm, Edidin Group, Inc, which is a Gold Member of the HL7 International Organization. Howard's firm specializes in delivering HL7 and HIPAA Healthcare solutions and providing guidance in the use of HL7 with BizTalk. Howard is active in several HL7 Working Groups and is involved with the development of a new HL7 Standard. In addition to BizTalk, Howard works with Azure, SQL Server, and SharePoint. Howard and his wife Sharon, live in a northern suburb of Chicago. Howard maintains several blogs, biztalkin-howard.blogspot.com and fhir-biztalk.com. Howard can be contacted directly at email@example.com.