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  • Going Negative

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of August, 2008

    Much is being made in the current U.S. presidential race about ads and emails that disparage the candidates with the use of innuendo and false accusations. The polls show that most Americans are opposed to such ads. In general, negative claims or images are not effective... More
  • Sales over Xmas and New Year tell their own story !

    by Davidwatmough | 3rd of January, 2013

    Images for retirement often sell around Christmas. Students begin to plan their career path. Those hit by the recession sell jewelry to raise cash for paying bills or buying presents. While the family are all together at New Year they might plan next years holiday... More
  • Surviving the Insanity

    by Survivingtheinsanity | 24th of April, 2009

    Abuse is a word that is taken so lightly and yet, the weight of its many forms on our society, and the world as a whole, is so enormous that we hardly know how to eradicate or treat it. With good intentions we preach against abuse in our churches, warn our children... More

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