This is a guest post by Aaron Viles of Care2.org Two years ago, Nevada sat among the top of the lists as one of the best states for solar energy. Some of the reasons are baked into the state: its climate and sunshine make it ideal for both large-scale and residential solar. Show More Summary
Categories: Category Intelligence (Indirect), Guest Post, Services and Indirect Spend Tags: GEP, Guest Posts Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Aavni Piparsania, of GEP. As is tradition, the Super Bowl has sparked its annual conversation about advertising and the exorbitant fees paid by brands for a mere 30 seconds of viewers’ attention. Show More Summary
New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Artists Guest post by Jonathan Sexton | CEO Bandposters Take 20% off your first Bandposters order with code “NAMPOSTERLOVE” Before I ran a company, I played hundreds if not thousands of gigs all over the US. Show More Summary
[guest post by JVW] I am ridiculously tired of everything to do with the New Hampshire, which, if history is any indication, will do very little to help us move any further towards a GOP nominee beyond convincing some of the also-rans to give up the ghost and end their campaigns. That said, I saw […]
Guest post by Blake Groves Like many aspects of nonprofit life, we’re seeing all sorts of fascinating opportunities pop up in the volunteering world. You can now text your ZIP code to a phone number and receive a list of volunteer … Continue reading ?
Beyond.Com: How Alternative Domains Boost Branding written by Guest Post read more at Duct Tape Marketing Now that we don’t have to wait for a dial-up modem to kickstart our Internet connections, and most sites open without having to type in http://www, there is still one final frontier to overcome: the “.com.” Dot-com is a popular…
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 by John @laptoptravel Quick Note: I am posting this a a guest article on behalf of René, who is a bit under the weather. Hope you get better soon, buddy! Once upon a time, the backbone and foundation of the...Show More Summary
Guest post by Aleister A reporter in New Hampshire recently asked Hillary Clinton why she’s getting beaten by a socialist... The post New Hampshire Reporter Asks Hillary: How Is a Socialist Beating You? (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
How to Wow the Big Town Farmer’s Markets, even if you’re not a farmer Guest Post by H. E. James Small town businesses like yours can often be limited in audience and market. Depending on how isolated your community is, it can be difficult to do business outside the community without simply going online. E-commerce […]
[guest post by Dana] At the GOP debate Saturday night, there was a brutal exchange between Chris Christie and Marco Rubio. During it, Rubio made a repeated observation and criticism of President Obama. It is a statement he has practiced many times, using it not only on the debate stage but on the campaign trail. […]
Submitted by Robert Gore via StraightLineLogic.com, In a recent article, “How to Defeat Your Enemies,” we maintained that governments and their people were natural enemies, and that the most powerful adversarial tactic is “getting one’s enemies to fool themselves.” The article detailed the effective use of this tactic by Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. Show More Summary
Guest post by John Binder Beyonce and her dancers raise the Black Power fist at Super Bowl 50. Beyonce’s Super... The post Beyonce Got Highway Clearing Police Escort Before Trashing Police at Superbowl appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Categories: Commodities, Guest Post, Price Forecast Tags: General News, Guest Posts, Mintec Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Liliana Minton, of Mintec. In April last year we wrote about how peanut prices had fallen 15% to reach the lowest level over a four year period. Show More Summary
This is part of a series of guest posts on the There Are No Rules blog. If you’d like to join the party, pitch a guest blog post idea to email@example.com with the subject line: Guest Post Idea for No Rules. Simple as that, and we’ll get working on it together. Show More Summary
Each month we feature a guest post from a contributor to Poetry’s current issue. Molly Peacock’s poem “The Nurse Tree” appears in the February 2016 issue. Previous posts in this series can be found on the Editors’ Blog. 1. As William Butler Yeats revised his sonnet about a girl fighting off a giant swan, he added […]
[guest post by Dana] So this funny commercial aired during the Super Bowl tonight: Apparently, not everyone thought it was funny: You know what else, uh, “humanizes” unborn human babies, NARAL? I’ll tell show you: These are the death cultists spewing all manner of dishonest and life-denying bullshit because at all costs, those nestled in […]
[guest post by JVW] The 50th edition of the Most Overrated Sports Event in the Country is this afternoon (or evening, for those of you in the Eastern time zone). Will Peyton Manning ride off into the sunset capping his stellar career with one final glorious win? Will this year’s MVP Cam Newton become the […]
Amazon Link for The Blood Quarrel: The Complete Edition Here Fantasy Book Critic welcomes Australian fantasy author Duncan Lay, author of the Dragon Sword Histories and The Empire of Bones series. Duncan Lay recently released a thrilling fantasy novel The Bloody Quarrel. Show More Summary
Guest post by Aleister Madeleine Albright served as Secretary of State under Bill Clinton and she has a message for... The post Madeleine Albright: There’s a Special Place in Hell For Women Who Don’t Support HILLARY (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
[guest post by Dana] Iconic feminist and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is losing the support of young feminists everywhere. These young women just don’t seem to be sold on the Hillary Bill of goods. Instead, in a most amusing twist of irony, out of the two candidates on the left, young female voters see the […]