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This is a very interesting video by Pamela Mayer about people lying. In fact, she starts her speech by accusing the person sitting to the left of you a liar.
Then, the person sitting to the right of you is a liar also. Lastly, she tells the audience that the person sitting in the next seat is a liar.
This is such a bold statement from someone who is as respectable as Pamela Mayer. It’s easy to get upset as nobody wants to be accused being a liar.
Pamela Mayer’s lecture is all about people lying. More importantly, she teaches you how to be a spotter of lies. During the talk, she even told her own misrepresentation to see who managed to see it and who didn’t.
Yet, the aim of Pamela Mayer’s speech is not to turn you into a liar-seeker, but rather to be a truth seeker. Watch for yourself and see if you can start picking up on lies being told by people.
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How To Use Twitter Pay Per Click Advertising
Nowadays, who doesn’t know Twitter? It has become the best known social media network. It’s the favorite social networking site for Media companies worldwide.
It is also a powerful marketing tool given that it has more than 500 million users as of May 2015. With Twitter, you can unleash Pay Per Click Advertising that will drive traffic to your website.
When written and presented properly, this can help to boost traffic that you might not normally have a chance to obtain on your own, not even through the search engine optimization techniques.
All it takes is setting up a website card on Twitter.com. So, how do you get started?
Begin by heading into your account and create a new campaign that uses website clicks or conversions. Then using the creative section, you’ll begin to design and create the website card that is essential for pay per click.
As you do this, it will have you choose from existing tweets to include, or offer you the chance to create a new tweet. Once this is done, you can begin to target potential customers.
This will allow you to better define who you want to click on your advertisement. The better targeted it is, the more successful you’ll end up being as far as boosting your website’s traffic is concerned.
Keep in mind that you’ll also want to set a generous budget on this.
Small business owners will want to use this service because it is a cost effective and powerful way to increase sales.
Remember that when customers are searching specific terms on Twitter website, they have a genuine interest in it.
This can help you to find potential buyers who might not be searching for information on Google and search engines. Best of all, when they make a purchase, they’re also more likely to share it on their Twitter feed and that can drive additional traffic to your website.[/thrive_icon_box][blank_space height=’3em’] [blank_space height=’3em’]
Here’s How You Make a Quick and Perfect Introduction
Whether you have to speak before 1,000 people or just a team of your colleagues, it has become increasingly challenging to capture an audience’s attention.
As you compete with smartphone notifications and digital task lists, the first few seconds of your presentation will determine whether an audience continues listening or walks away–figuratively or literally.
So how do you get them hooked? Read More Here, How You Make a Quick and Perfect Introduction
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Mistakes in spotting deceit not only involve believing a liar but also, what often is worse, disbelieving a truthful person.
— CHRōИiQ© (@CMG6) August 28, 2016