- INTERNET WEALTH: Internet Web Site Marketing Tips – Selecting Keywords
- HEALTH: What Is Low Blood Pressure?
- WISDOM: George Burns On Happiness
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
- How To Relax For Five Minutes Every Day
- Use the Law of Attraction to Manifest Outstanding Results
- Add STIPULATE To Your Vocabulary
Internet Web Site Marketing Tips – Selecting Keywords
I remember the days I was doing one of the biggest mistakes when choosing keywords for my Internet web site marketing.
Can you guess it?
It’s choosing the most popular keywords.
Do you make this mistake too?
Here are a few reasons why the popular keywords shouldn’t be considered for your Internet web site marketing:
Most popular keywords are getting lot’s of searches in search engines, thousands a day. By side these keywords have the highest competition to deal with.
Most popular keywords have big competition in pay per click advertising campaigns. The bigger the competition – the bigger the cost per click for the keyword.
Many marketers fall into the same trap: the most popular keywords get the most searches in search engines and pay per click campaigns.
“I will build my Internet web site marketing campaign on this and that keywords and get lots of visitors to my web site!.”
What you’ll get for sure is the biggest competition as if you will be dealing with many the same thinking marketers and marketing corporations (which have capital to invest in highly competitive market).
The more popular the keyword, the more bigger the competition.
Why not build your Internet web site marketing campaign on less popular keywords, keyword phrases?
You’ll get less competition and a real possibility to compete for your business.
There isn’t a solid method to choose the right keywords, however… One great rule of business explains the above said very clearly and it should be memorized as one of key rules while building your Internet business and internet web site marketing campaign.
Here it is:
“Search for the biggest demand and the lowest supply”
You can apply this rule when choosing your keywords. Search for the biggest demand keywords that have slightly low competition.
Memorize this rule and start applying it today and you’ll notice how this principle is critical and how greatly it will help you in your Internet web site marketing.
“Search for the biggest demand and the lowest supply”
What Is Low Blood Pressure?
Apart from the technical interpretation, low blood pressure is a sort of disease that saps energy from all parts of your body and mind. Your spirits are down and your body starts shivering. You get a feeling of sinking — and you need a rescue mission immediately!!
Blood pressure is the pressure of blood within the arteries of the body. Blood pressure is the driving force that causes blood to flow through the body from the arteries (where the pressure is high), through organs, and into the veins (where the pressure is low). Blood pressure is generated by the pumping of blood by the heart into the arteries as well as by the resistance to the flow of blood by the arteries.
The systolic blood pressure (the top number) represents the pressure in the arteries as the muscle of the heart contracts and pumps blood into the arteries. And the diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number) represents the pressure in the arteries as the muscle of the heart relaxes after it contracts.
Systolic blood pressure for most healthy adults falls between 90 and 120 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). Normal diastolic blood pressure falls between 60 and 80 mm Hg. (By convention, an individual’s blood pressure is written as systolic/diastolic blood pressure, e.g., 120/80). Current guidelines define normal blood pressure as lower than 120/80. Blood pressures between 120/80 and 140/90, which used to be considered “pre-hypertension,” are now considered too high. High blood pressure increases the risk of developing heart disease, kidney disease, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis or arteriosclerosis), eye damage, and stroke.
When the flow of blood is too low to deliver enough oxygen and nutrients to vital organs such as the brain, heart, and kidney, it is referred to as Low Blood Pressure. When this happens, the organs are unable to function normally and can be permanently damaged. It should be noted that unlike high blood pressure, which is defined on the basis of blood pressure alone, low blood pressure is defined primarily by signs and symptoms of low blood flow.
In fact, some individuals may have a blood pressure of 90/50 and have no signs or symptoms of low blood pressure, and, therefore, not have low blood pressure while others who normally have a blood pressure of 130/80 may develop symptoms and signs of low blood pressure if their blood pressure drops to 100/60.
There are certain traditional medicines that can help to cure low blood pressure. Butter milk is good for both high and low blood pressure. Using asafetida in various articles of food regularly, also helps to cure low blood pressure.
Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.
– George Burns
How To Relax For Five Minutes Every Day
Moms and dads need to relax, but many of us have never been taught the most efficient ways to clear the brain! Many people use their sofa and TV to help them ‘switch off and relax’. In reality, television programs can suspend you in stress for hours, with depressing or thrilling storylines, violence and madness! This article will show you how to relax in just 5 short minutes.
True relaxation is achieved when all tensions and thoughts are eliminated. Inside, you are calm, peaceful, yet alert and focused. You are in control and feel the strength of just ‘being’. The good news is, anyone can do it.
The aim is not to escape from stress momentarily for a ‘breather’, it is to develop the ability to maintain normal breathing and heart rate, so that you can stay calm and in control, in any given situation.
All you need is between 5 and 20 minutes of personal time to slip away somewhere quiet…
1. Switch off your phone, ask others not to disturb you
2. Sit or lie comfortably
3. Just as if you were switching off all the lights in a huge supermarket at the end of the day, switch off all your thoughts
4. Close your eyes – the darkness is soothing
5. Now focus on the sensation of your breathing, feel the rise and fall of your inhale and exhale, listen to the air coming in and out of your body
6. Feel how your body feels
7. Don’t try to alter your breathing, it will change naturally as you sink deeper into the experience
8. If thoughts slip into your mind, gently bring your awareness back to your breathing
This is all you need to do to relax your body and mind. It’s THAT simple. To really benefit you need to practise this ‘breathwork’ on a daily basis.
After a few days of using this simple technique, you should begin to feel the rejuvenating powers of true relaxation.
After a few months – broader benefits will become apparent – improved health, improved relationships, better concentration and memory.
But don’t stop there! With practice, it is possible to achieve this feeling of peace and calm at any time, enabling you to remain focused and composed even under pressure. Staying calm in a stressful situation is like having night vision when the lights go out – you have a great advantage!
Use the Law of Attraction to Manifest Outstanding Results
If you have gone about your life feeling frustrated, angry and stuck you can transform this lower feelings and move into an outrageous state of joy and hopefulness and begin to attract greater circumstances.
The law of attraction states that like attracts like. That simply means if you are feeling stuck and hopeless you will continue to attract more circumstances that bring about hopelessness.
One of the fastest ways to get the law of attraction to work for you is to take a period of time and do nothing more than find the things which bring you outrageous joy. Forget about wanting a new car or more money. Focus most on being joyful.
1) Make a list of all the things which make you completely happy. Then go out and do it. See if you can fill an entire week of your free time with activities that are fun and emotionally rewarding to you.
2) Get a journal – Every night before bed write out your feels about the way you spent your day. Make a point to express how you felt. Your feelings are extremely important because they inform the law of attraction as to your present vibration.
3) Each day search out activities that you may have wished to try but never got around to doing them. The more new and fun activities that you engage in the more expanded you will feel. You will naturally move into a higher more expanded state. New activities open up your inner being much more than activities that you have become too familiar with. When you are in a new environment you easily move into a more aware and open state.
By the end of the week you will be a change in your own personal energy. Now you can begin to think more about what you would like to manifest in your life. Be clear about your desire and allow the law of attraction to go to work to do wonders in brining about your desires.
To best apply the law of attraction you should be in a state of joy and openness. As you go through your daily activities you may not be aware of it but you do shut down. Everything becomes routine and you easily hold on to old thought patterns.
As you change your routine and open up you begin to see some amazing changes and your ability to master the law of attraction techniques will be greatly enhanced.
Word Of The Day: STIPULATE
STIPULATE (verb) to specify