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News Archives - Mimes In Motion

July 27, 2016

“Local Sniper” Review – Local Sniper Reviews by Chaz Key

"Local Sniper" Review - Local Sniper Reviews by Chaz Key Local Sniper is a brand new piece of easy to use software that provides any person with basic computer skills the opportunity of making a great income from home without doing much work at all. You can do a few hours of work a day and make all the money you need, then have the rest of your days free to do whatever else you like. All you need is a home computer. Local Sniper Makes it simple… The work is simple. You identify the market with the help of the Local Sniper system and target the businesses that fall into the particular market you are interested in. So, the software searches for your business opportunities! All you do is look for a gap in your local community. These targeted holes in the market can be utilized by the software in an easy to manage fashion. Once everything is set-up in a simple 4 step process you will be … [Read more...]

Los Angeles Based Nine Eye Interactive Media

Los Angeles Based Nine Eye Interactive Media – (http://nineeye.com) has acquired internet -based http://esingularity.org for an undisclosed amount. Plans call for combining http://moneytrainexpress.com a website dedicated to teaching people how to make money online or from home with http://esingularity.org a website originally created for online education. Though both originally wanted to keep their respective names. Together, the two sites management organizations have over 150 sites with more than a 5,000,000+ audience that wants to learn how to make money online or make money from home. Each organization takes a different approach to managing training online and online marketing. http://esingularity.org has focused on common and critical online learning that can be recruited from the general population. It conducts online training in that focuses on individual learning and … [Read more...]

Webinar Legends or Webinar Legend – Personal Review of Webinar Legends

Webinar Legends or Webinar Legend - Personal Review of Webinar Legends First things first! You will not find an affiliate link on this page to Webinar Legends. This is a personal review of how great webinar legends really is. My Personal Review of Webinar Legends A little over a year I attended I attended the live boot camp class for Webinar Legends lead by Jason Fladlien and Wil Mattos. Let me tell you if you think it's expensive today, you should have been there and paid what I paid for the live boot camp... I paid $5,000.00... Ouch right? Or is it ouch... Was Webinar Legends worth $5,000.00? That's easy.. YES! It was. You see it wasn't just about the Webinar Legends training, it was also about getting to know other people that were also doing webinars. The funny part is I had no idea at the time that was going to be the true big bonus for myself. How I got into Webinar … [Read more...]

BP Claims may settle out for 30 Billion Quickly

BP insider says BP about to pay 30 Billion to settle BP Claims BP Claims News: A BP insider reported to Reuters that BP may want to settle many its BP claims after the February trial date. The trial would solidify who was at fault for the Macondo well blow out. A recent report that was finished this week, put the blame squarely on BP`s shoulders. Halliburton and Transocean did share some of the responsibility, but due to the lack of oversight, cutting corners, and not releasing all the information to it`s partners, BP was ultimately responsible for the Gulf Disaster. reportMy sources that are very involved with the litigation and the BP Claims process think that BP will make a large push to settle out as many claims as possible, before the February trial date. We are seeing BP Claims get paid at a record rate. By both Adjusters and Attorneys. Your Claims value may have jumped … [Read more...]

How to Choose a Disability Lawyer in Shreveport, LA for Your Social Security Disability Case

How to Choose a Disability Lawyer in Shreveport, LA for Your Social Security Disability Case Getting Social Security disability benefits can be a long and complicated process. You will work closely with your lawyer/attorney and there staff. Before you hire a lawyer/attorney you must do your homework. The following steps will help you find a disability lawyer in Shreveport, LA who can best meet your needs. 1. Information Get as much information as you can before you talk to a lawyer. First, go to her website. Is there helpful information on the website about the process you will go through to get Social Security disability benefits? Or is the website just about the lawyer and her law firm? You want a lawyer who will share helpful information and teach you about the Social Security disability process.   2. Call the Office When you call the lawyer's office, … [Read more...]

Travel Job Growth Outpaces Other Industries

Travel Job Growth Outpaces Other Industries By: George Dooley Travel Agent Of the 57,000 private-sector jobs created in June 201l – or more than one in five – were added in the travel industry. The fact that travel has outperformed other employers is nothing new in this recovery, David Huether, senior vice president of economics and research at the U.S. Travel Association, said in his analysis of today's Labor Department report on June 2011 employment numbers. "In a concerning sign that the economic recovery remains in a very soft patch, today's Labor Department report showed that employers added a scant 18,000 jobs in June while the unemployment rate edged up to 9.2 percent last month. However, travel jobs outpaced other industries, Huether said. "Since the labor market bottomed out in February of 2010, employment in the travel industry has increased by 162,000, … [Read more...]

Six Fun Jobs By Aaron Aberson

Six Fun Jobs By Aaron Aberson With all of the changes in the economy, jobs are still hard to find. Even more so, fun and interesting jobs can seem like they are impossible to obtain. But there are fun jobs that have survived the economic crunch. Here's a look at some of them. Mobile DJ Mobile DJ: With all of the hard times that have hit us, one thing that people want to do is to dance and blow off steam. That's where a mobile disc jockey can come into play. They travel around from venue to venue, party to party. Just because the bad times have hit us doesn't mean that weddings still don't take place. Bar mitzvahs still happen. Corporate events certainly take place. A mobile DJ can rent himself out to play music an all of these events. Who wouldn't love getting paid to party? Of course these are going to be fun jobs. Event … [Read more...]

Travel Jobs – Learning From Experience

Travel Jobs - Learning From Experience By Barbara Kolosinska For those keeping their eye out for business travel jobs, there have been several events in 2010 that have given consultants and managers food for thought. The field is unpredictable by its very nature; there can sometimes be little warning before a problem overseas requires attention, or a new opportunity must be taken advantage of with an early meeting a long journey away. Travel managers, however, can never assume all will go as planned during these trips. Take a look at some of the events which affected the industry during 2010, and how they might affect the future of corporate travel. Volcanic Ash One of the biggest disruptions for travel in 2010 was the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, a volcano in Iceland, which caused the most significant closure of European … [Read more...]

THOR star Chris Hemsworth wields the Hammer of Marvel’s God of Thunder – Mimes In Motion

As Marvel’s comic book heroes assemble for the ensemble AVENGERS movie next summer, this summer we get the origins and first movies for Thor and Captain America (THOR and CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER, respectively). Of course, bringing these heroes to life all starts in the casting with somewhat newbie British newcomer Chris Hemsworth takes on the mantle of the Asgardian God Thor who is banished to earth by his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins). It’s a role Hemsworth had a blast with – not only playing in the Shakespearean fantasy world of Asgard, but also getting a chance to play light comedy as his earth exploits find with without his super-powers and falling for a pretty scientist (Natalie Portman). While promoting THOR, which opens this Friday, Hemsworth spoke about preparing for the role, working with the heavy costume and being Marvel Comics’ latest super … [Read more...]

Get listed on Google Maps by Nine Eye

Get listed on Google Maps Getting listed on Google Maps is more important now a day's then it was before. Last October Google put the SEO world upside down on their heads when it changed how Google Maps is displayed. Now Google Maps is displayed as Google Places within the regular organic listings. Most local business's worked really hard and spent a fortune on getting their business to rank on Google for their local services and local products. Then poof! Gone with a major change, go to love it when Google makes a change. Although the smart local business's followed suite and optimized their local Google Maps listing. Getting listed on Google Maps is not rocket science. It's almost identical to ranking a website within Google Organic. But the truth being there are many ranking factors to Google Maps - Google Places for those who don't like to call it what it really is. I … [Read more...]