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by Avraham Wiseman

Dont you just love bizarre sandwiches? You dont have to actually make them or even eat them at all, but for some reason its kind of nice to know that there are those who like such things! I mean, ever heard of a “St. Paul”, which is apparently only available in St. Louis, Missouri, and only then in certain old-timey Chinese restaurants? Its a hunk of egg foo young on white bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayo ” sometimes even a slice of American cheese! Or the chow mein sandwich, which apparently is a common menu item on Route 195 in southern Massachusetts ” and not confined to Chinese restaurants! Others report having peanut butter-and-onion sandwiches, peanut butter-and-pickle sandwiches, or peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches with crushed potato chipsthere is no end to the variety of bizarre sandwiches out there!

by Avraham Wiseman

Dont you just love bizarre sandwiches? You dont have to actually make them or even eat them at all, but for some reason its kind of nice to know that there are those who like such things! I mean, ever heard of a “St. Paul”, which is apparently only available in St. Louis, Missouri, and only then in certain old-timey Chinese restaurants? Its a hunk of egg foo young on white bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayo ” sometimes even a slice of American cheese! Or the chow mein sandwich, which apparently is a common menu item on Route 195 in southern Massachusetts ” and not confined to Chinese restaurants! Others report having peanut butter-and-onion sandwiches, peanut butter-and-pickle sandwiches, or peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches with crushed potato chipsthere is no end to the variety of bizarre sandwiches out there!

by Ian Kleine

There is no proper business without the proper trading and the proper people to market it to. Oftentimes, great ideas are thrown in to the slump because of failed marketing and for other reasons as well. It is not sometimes with the proprietor or the entrepreneur but also with the market itself. Why, is there something wrong with the market?

Of course, half of the business depends upon the customer. Upon the market itself. It sometimes is not in your power to manipulate the market, but you sure can manipulate your business to fit your market.

The most common fault most businesses experience is that they do not determine the market type that they are in right now. Often, it’s a dive to the unknown, with you not knowing what you’re position in the market is. You need determination of self, determination of others and determination of what the current market situation is.

by Cathy L. Kimble

Cellular phones rely on the carriers strength. The signal makes the phone. This can mean the difference to a phone being a good phone or a great phone. You can easily take as much time to find the best calling plans and area reception as you would to finding the best cellular telephone. The problem is, locating information about calling plans is tough because this involves comparing oh so many variables. That is why a lot of online review sites avoid this subject.

Sell Well

by Ian Kleine

When you are considering going on that road to selling your crafts at a crafts fair, understand that you are taking a big step forward. Along with the associated risks, and challenges that are involved with this step. There are a lot of things to consider first, in order to systematically sell stuff, categorizes and put all things in proper order, and to mentally prepare yourself for this undertaking. Selling stuff is no easy walk in the park kiddies.

Firstly, immerse yourself in crafts fairs around your locality and even in other places. There will come a time that you will have to move your market and discover new ones and other niches as well. Attend a few fairs and see for yourself, first hand, what is happening inside.

Crafting and You

by Ian Kleine

She did her booth simple, but unique and in the theme. Unlike most of the others who had settled to blinging their booths so much that all it needed was a disco ball, she had a simple tablecloth of white to contrast the different colors, and had set her business corner in the side to allow the customers to roam around and choose from the many different bracelets she had made.

She was also very quiet, but would answer when asked. Customers don’t like naggy salesperson, and often times; it is rather counterproductive and scares the customer away (the irony of it). Be casual, but avoid familiarity as well.


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