Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Penis Enlargement Ode

Penis Enlargement Methods

Basically, your penis is made up of 3 main areas, 2 large chambers on the top (The technical term for this is the Corpora Cavernosa) and 1 smaller chamber on the bottom (the Corpus Spongisum). When you gain an erection your penis fills with blood, filling these three chambers.The Corpus Spongisum is the chamber used mainly when you urinate and ejaculate. The Corpora Cavernosa however, is the main blood holding chamber of the penis,this is where 90% of all blood is retained each and every time you gain an erection. Your present penis size is limited in both length and width, by the maximum in which the Corpora Cavernosa can fill with blood.The only real method of penis enlargement is to correctly improve and increase your Corpora Cavernosa.

There are several methods of penis enlargement, all of which provide varying levels of success.Here are described the most used techniques in order of their popularity :

1) Penis enlargement pills - this seems to be the most popular method of penis enlargement mostly because it is very easy to apply.Herbal pills contain a special herbal formula and sexual nutrients to help increase blood circulation to the penile region so penile enlargement can occur.The Copora Cavernosa will expand larger which in turn will create larger, fuller erections.

2) Natural penis enlargement - This method works through the use of a set of dedicated exercises and techniques created especially for penile growth and development. Good enlargement programs force the blood to fill all spaces within the Corpora Cavernosa, extending and enlarging the blood spaces with every session just like a body exercise.

3) Penis enlargement devices- The use of traction devices to enhance the penis is based on the principle of tensile force and the body's ability to adapt under such influence.By exposing the cells in the penis chambers to a durable and constant traction, the cells will begin to divide and multiply, thus increasing the tissue mass. This process allows the penis chambers to hold more blood than it could before.

Penis enlargement surgery and pumps should be avoided - the first one is a risky and expensive method and the second one do NOT provides permanent results and can cause damages to your penis.

Adrian Turlea is the owner of an well-established Penis Enlargement site:

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Movie Posters Worth Opus

Finding Out What Movie Posters Are Worth

Any movie fan with a personal link to a film should get the poster. One can even master the art of buying and selling posters as a business if not hobby. The sky’s the limit for the kinds of posters to collect. Follow your heart. It could be a specific genre or the kind of titles that you prefer. Anything’s possible so be your own judge. However check the rates being paid, to avoid paying a lot more than the actual value. Learn to decide on a suitable price for a particular poster.

There is no prescribed method for estimating accurate value or condition of a product like it is with most collectible products. The current market can determine the price of a poster, based on the number of buyers and sellers. There are certain factors to consider for estimating the value of posters.


Certain posters are rarely sold especially when only a few copies exist, that too in museums and private collections. Every time a rare poster comes up for sale, collectors scramble for it. The more easily found posters keep prices from appreciating.


Condition of the poster is directly related to how rare it is. If the poster is extremely rare, even the poorest condition will be acceptable. The condition alone can influence the price by thousands of dollars.

Condition Table

Mint: When the poster print is as good as new. For posters as old as 40 years, mint condition can seem like a dream come true.

Near-mint: The reality of mint condition. It’s about as good as it gets, minus fading, tears, tape stains, ink stains, pinholes, folds, etc. With folded sheets practically impossible, the folding alone does not classify it under near-mint condition. More likely to be found are rolled half sheet inserts and window cards for which folding is not acceptable.

A relatively good condition that is free of any major damage. However the definition of significant damage is a much-debated topic.

Very Good:
This refers to posters, which still possess bright colors to be appreciated. Framing may reduce the defects, which are bound to be visible.

A more damaged yet still presentable specimen that has a well-used appearance with prominent fold marks, fading and browning.

Where the damage is severe enough to erase parts of the image.

A total mess but capable of restoration in case of exceptional value.


Collecting movie posters can be alternatively thrilling and nightmarish. Fakes and reprints of originals can be difficult for even poster dealers to distinguish. Naturally the fakes will be worthless.


Thanks to technology, fakes have becomes extremely easy to reproduce. There are certain indications to identify outright fakes.

Printers’ names at the bottom of posters denote fakes. These are not to be mistaken for lithographers’ names that legitimate posters bear.

Zip codes on posters prior to 1960s are not possible, as the codes didn’t exist before 1960.

Low and bargain prices are likely to indicate reproductions and fakes.

Ensure that the dealer is a reputed one with a fairly long history in the business.

Fakes can also be identified on the basis of the size, graphic design, design and text integration, artists’ signatures, film title, featured actors and the marketability of the film. For more movie posters, visit

Mark McCallister is a total movie buff and has reviewed English, French & Italian Movies over a span of 7 years now. Besides, he likes to have an account of his favourite movie posters and keeps updating himself. He has more than 8,000 digital movie posters and is still going on. Guess he’s going to set some kind of record for himself!!! Add collections of your favorite movie posters all from

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Affiliate Program Poem

How To Choose An Affiliate Program To Join

All the internet users related to the netmarketing are often faced with this topic.

There is in fact a huge number of websites that offer affiliate or reseller programs. Which mean rather the same thing, but not exactly. For example it is right to distinguish amongst the two definitions when you join programs that require no payments by you.

How can you find the right programs to join and to profit from amongst all the ones that exist in the Digital Jungle ( )? And where?

I will try to answer to this questions, or rather to give some advices. But a first thing important to say in my opinion is that contrary to what you can read in all the pages of the reseller websites around the net, selling online is not really like drinking a glass of water. If you know nothing about online marketing.

And a very important and basic rule of online marketing, that is most worth for the newbies, is that not everyone can sell anything to anyone. It is a very, very useful advice. And it is very, very important to keep it in mind when you start.

So you can understand that is better to chose affiliate programs related to a topic that you know well. But then you must find the right program(s) to join and promote. But they are still a lot amongst which to choose.

They all present themselves as the greatest, quickest and easiest magic online money generator. You still have to make your selection, to find the restricted number of programs to dedicate your efforts.

It is important they meet some basic requirements, but not everybody always pay attention to some details:
- it must be possible, and quite easy, to contact them, online and sometimes offline too (yes, it can happen you will need to make a phone call or send a fax)
- they must accept online payments (they exist different forms to allow customers to pay via the web)
- they must have a sophisticated tracking software and show exactly all the sales and commissions earned by the resellers.
- not always the programs that present the most complicated and attractive commissions structure are the best one to join. Around the net there are super algoritmic matrix programs or infinitive levels downlines; not always they are the best programs available.
You know, these are just the first fundamental points I can give you in this newsletter article.

It could be possible to write pages about the problem of the scams that unfortunately exist on different levels all around the net. But it is not an easy subject to study and report.

There are websites dedicated to that subject, and it is probable that I will add some of the best ones I met in the pages of the NHC, together with a more detailed version of this article.

Websites reporting these bad facts are:

A little tip that I desire to give you, that could help indicate you that something is not working perfectly with an online program is this: if you join a program that seems really easy, start to promote it hard and in many ways but find no results for some time you should start to be worried. If you are sent several emails by the manager telling you the program is going so good, and they add also specially thanks to you, but you have no results, you should worry a little more. If the new mails give you full of tools to promote always harder and better the program, you do it for a period with no results, my advice is you should drop that program.

And now some ideas about where to find good programs to join and promote. There are websites that are rich directories of affiliate and reseller programs, or that directly manage them.

Just some that you can check are:
Commission junction
Linkshare Network 2300&subid=0
Or you can find also websites that refer to specific subjects and sectors too.

Very interesting can be to find websites about online marketing, to learn it always better. A good thing is to resell services about this subject, there are plenty.

Ezines and newsletters are another great source in my opinion. Perhaps not all the programs presented in paid ads you can find there, but if you read a very interesting and good article, and at the end it presents a website that offers a reseller program, that could really be a good answer to your search.

Gian Luigi Ruggeri, to find other tips, advices, as well as articles, tools and resources to help your net marketing activity MARKETERS ONLY, The Netmarketers Help Centre

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Communicating with Children Serenade

The Top 10 Tips for Communicating with Children

Most people have more training before they receive their driver's license than before they become a parent. Educating yourself on how to communicate effectively with your child can be the key to achieving your parenting goals. If you do not have children of your own, these 10 tips can help you whenever you are around children.

1. Draw children out to speak about the things on their minds.
You can 'prime the pump' by talking with them about their favorite foods, toys, movies, video games, etc.

2. Verbally reflect the emotions of a child before giving in to your need to teach them something.
Parents are constantly making the error of educating their child when their child expresses pain. "I hate my nose" is often responded to with, "you have a perfectly good nose" and the child is left to feel all alone with what could become an enormous problem for them in years to come.

3. Teach your child to wait instead of interrupting your conversations.
One technique is to teach your children to lightly touch your arm and to wait peacefully and quietly to be acknowledged by you. Children who interrupt miss a chance to learn to control their impulses and can upset the flow of an adult's conversation.

4. Play little games whenever you see children.
For example, you could put something such as a coin in a hand behind your back and ask the child to guess which hand it is in. This is a way to build a strong connection with a child and make a child feel honored.

5. Lower yourself physically to a child's level by sitting down, bending down, or sitting on the floor.
It may have been months since any adult has joined the child on their own level.

6. Hold and play with a child's toys or trinkets.
Play is the language of a child. If you stop for even thirty seconds to draw a picture alongside of a child who is coloring, you could become one of their heroes.

7. Tell short stories to children.
Make the stories up or pull them from your own childhood. Stories can be used to build a connection, to teach a lesson, or just to leave a child feeling better than when the conversation began.

8. Follow up on the promises that you make to children with action.
Children are usually more hurt than adults by broken promises. Ironically, many people treat their promises to children as less important than their promises to adults.

9. Sacrifice some of your time to interact with children and to focus on them 100%.
Most adults do not interact with children who are present because the children are not able to meet their needs the way that an adult can. Five minutes invested in the life of a child will pay dividends that an hour invested in the life of an adult may not.

10. Master the art of Socratic questioning. This means that instead of expressing facts or lecturing that you ask a question to stimulate the child's own reasoning process. Socratic questioning opens up a place in a person's mind for the answer to be remembered. For example, you could ask, "How do you think we could take better care of the puppy?" instead of telling your child what to do.

This piece was written by Dr. Clare Albright, Psychologist and Parenting Coach, and author of "100 Tips for Parents of Two Year Olds", which can be downloaded for only $5.77 from

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Flirting Dating Body Language Verse

Flirting and Body Language When Dating - The Experts Opinions

If you’re on a first date and you’re trying to figure out what Mr. or Ms. Potentially Right thinks about you, look downward.

Not there, silly.

“The key to a man’s heart isn’t his stomach. It’s his feet,” says Lisa Daily, author of “Stop Getting Dumped!” (Subtitle: “All You Need to Know to Make Men Fall Madly in Love With You and Marry ‘The One’ in 3 Years or Less.”)

As it turns out, the foot rule also applies to women.

“Watch the feet of the person you’re attracted to,” she tips “People who are attracted to each other subconsciously try to ‘line up’ with the other person. Where the toes point, the heart follows.”

When you take the Sherlock Holmes approach to reading your date, trying to sleuth out whether he/she thinks you’re hot (or not), body language is the smoking gun, my dear Watson.

“Even if we’ve got our game faces on, the body doesn’t lie,” Daily says.

In fact, studies reveal that only 7% of our communication is verbal, according to Mari Smith, a relationship coach based in San Diego, California. The other 93% is nonverbal.

Tips & Clues

Men send out the following tips when they’re interested in you, according to Daily and Smith:

  • Smiling.
  • Extended eye contact.
  • Grooming behaviors (straightening their ties, pulling up their socks).
  • Upright stance or posture.
  • Standing with their chests thrust outward and shoulders back (think of a giant preening peacock).
  • Ego-driven comments about their successes in life (jobs, cash, their cars).

“He may have one hand in his pocket, with his thumb sticking out, or tuck his thumbs in his belt,” Smith adds.

As for the so-called “fairer” sex, look for the following nonverbal cues from a woman:

  • Extended eye contact and smiling (just like men).
  • Leaning inward or toward you.
  • Exposing her neck, hands or palms.
  • Flipping her hair (with her hands or a twist of the head) or twirling it playfully.
  • Crossing and uncrossing her legs.
  • Fondling cylindrical objects like the stem of a wine glass, straw, pen or cigarette. (Paging Dr. Freud...)

“Houston, We Have a Problem”

“For both sexes, there are also signs that things are not going well,” says Daily, who notes that distasteful dates, traumatic breakups and consequent crisis periods often call for “a few Nora Ephron movies and two tubes of frozen cookie dough eaten right out of the package.”

Look for speech patterns that are wildly out of sync. “He’s a slow talker, while she’s a thousand-words-a-minute,” she says.

Defensive body language—arms crossed in front of the chest or hands subconsciously protecting the groin area.

Someone who keeps looking over your shoulder while you speak.

“When someone is not interested in you, they will typically point their body and feet away from you and position themselves at a greater distance,” Smith adds.

Saying Goodnight... or Saying Goodbye?

As your date winds down, other cues foreshadow your relationship’s future.

“If you give your date a hug on the doorstep and he or she pats you on the back, it’s a sign of discomfort,” Daily says. “The more uncomfortable your date feels, the bigger the pat. The other obvious, not-so-great sign is going in for the doorstep kiss—and getting a handshake instead.” (Ouch!)

Positive signals are much easier to read: a concrete invitation for a second date, with firm plans—not just “let’s do this again” or “I’ll call you sometime,” Daily says.

The Flirt Factor

Flirting with your date—and being on the receiving end—meets Sherlock’s criteria for irrefutable evidence that your lovely evening may evolve into a bona fide relationship.

Daily takes it one step further, asserting that flirting is “absolutely necessary.”

“Flirting is how we communicate our interest—and how we connect emotionally before we connect physically,” she says. “Generally, flirting is harmless, but it can sometimes be interpreted incorrectly by the ‘flirtee.’ The key is to pay attention to the tone of the flirtation and wait to see how the flirter responds if you try to take it up a notch. If she backs down, she was probably just flirting for fun. If she escalates the flirting in turn, she’s communicating interest.”

“Use attitude, voice and body synchronization to make others feel like they have a special rapport with you,” advises Nicholas Boothman, a communication specialist and author of “ How to Make Someone Love You Forever in 90 Minutes or Less.” He encourages those he counsels to learn to “access—and rev up—your sex appeal, without going over the top.”


Create chemistry by mirroring your partner’s physical presence and verbal behavior.

“When you synchronize your overall body language, your tone, the speed and volume of your voice, and even the type of words you use—as well as your attitude—people feel safe, familiar and trusting with you,” he tells

Smith believes women have the edge—and a lot more fun—when it comes to flirting. (Sorry, guys...)

“Playful, lighthearted behavior is really the domain of women,” she says, “and typically men love it and gravitate toward the woman who looks the most fun. It certainly pays to familiarize yourself with all of the signs of attraction so you know how and when to communicate interest—and make sure you’re sending the right message!”

Joe Markus, Adam and Drew's Dating Tips has a large variety of free articles that have been written by consulting 'experts' in the dating, flirting and relationship fields. Find out more at

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Mirror Pages Promotion Ode

Using Mirror Pages Effectively

Thought I would share with you a very effective technique for adding new customers to your mailing list. These are individuals who would not otherwise discover your products or services - because they did not come to the internet specifically looking for your products or services. This is through using what some call a mirror site or mirror pages.

To construct a mirror site, chose a topic of interest and build some content rich pages around it. You have to provide lots of interesting or valuable information to get and keep visitors coming to this site. You can build this mirror site on the same server as your business site or you can use one of the many free webpages available. You can visit my site mentioned below to locate a suitable provider.

The best topics are those you know a lot about and have a real interest in. For example, I have practiced karate for over 20 years. So I built a site around martial arts tournaments. This site is often in the top 20 in many search engines and indexes. It was number 15 at Alta Vista and number 12 at HotBot when I checked on August First 1998. Another site I built around free webpages was number 1 at InfoSeek on that same day. This site just describes what various firms offer in the way of free webpages and can be found at: It saves time for my visitors by providing a convenient summary. Both of these sites provide what people come to the internet searching for - FREE INFORMATION!

Properly format your web pages - to included meta tags and a good descriptive title. This helps with the search engines. Include links on this site to your main site or links for products you market. Be careful though not to have too many banners. Slowing down your pages too much will lose potential repeat visitors. Also, don't push too many products from this site or even your main site. If your visitors feel a hard sell, they will be turned off, and will click away to continue their search for information on the topic that brought them to your site in the first place. The idea behind the mirror site is not to sell as much as make customer contact.

The links on your site are what draw interested surfers to your other site and products and services. Include a link on every page! Also include an opportunity for the visitor to join your site mailing list or sign up for your ezine if you publish one. Over time, many members of your site mailing list or subscribers to your ezine will become customers.

This is a very effective technique that has worked well for me. Give it a try, and let me know how well it works for you. Email me and I'll even check out your site - IF- it's on a topic that interests me. After all, that's the only reason anyone will visit your mirror site.

Willie Crawford is a marketing consultant, promotion specialist and popular writer. His website contains over 180 articles on internet marketing as well as a very active discussion forum. Visit today and begin learning what really DOES work in building your business:

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Car Taveller Poem

Summer Traveller Checklist

If you're going to hit the road this summer, it pays to plan ahead. Long trips by car can be exhausting if you don't take precautions. St. John Ambulance, Canada's leader in safety-oriented™ first aid training and high quality products, offers this Traveller's Checklist to help ensure you get there safely.

Is your vehicle up to the journey?

- Tires and air pressure;
- Fluid levels;
- Lights and turn signals;
- Motor operation, cooling and exhaust systems.

- Inflated spare tire;
- Extra oil, radiator fluid, windshield spray;
- Roadside assistance kit (including flares, jack, tire wrench, etc.)
- First aid kit

Are you (and your passengers) ready to roll?

- Is there a functioning seatbelt for each passenger to use?
- Are small children secured in safety seats?
- Are mirrors adjusted for the driver?
- Are there obstructions on the dash, deck or windows that could obscure the driver's line of sight?

- Water or other non-alcoholic liquid refreshment.
- Nutritious snacks.
- Blankets and pillows (especially for long trips).
- Facial tissues or sanitary wipes.
- Maps with your route clearly marked (if you plan to travel unknown roads).
- Cellular phone or other communication device.
- Items to quietly occupy the interest of young passengers while not disturbing the driver's concentration.

For more than 118 years, St. John Ambulance has been helping Canadians prevent injury and reduce suffering through state-of-the-art first aid training and products. By learning what to do in an emergency, you can take to the road with extra confidence. For more information on St. John Ambulance programs and high-quality products, call the branch nearest you or look us up on the Internet at

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Designing Web Serenade

Designing Professional Web Pages

If your Web site doesn't project a professional and polished image to your visitors, your credibility and that of your products and services will suffer. Image is everything -- especially online where your competitor is only one mouse click away!

Before your first HTML code is written, you will need to consider your Web site's navigational structure, color scheme and page layout. Is your content developed? If not, who is going to write it?

Once you have done the necessary pre-planning, then the fun part begins -- coding your HTML pages.

Following are some steps to consider when laying out your Web pages:

1. I highly recommend that you try to get your home page to fit on one screen. Ideally, people shouldn't have to scroll down to see what your site has to offer. You may need to make your graphics smaller, but that's okay. Smaller graphics mean a quicker download time.

2. Be sure to check your pages at all the various screen resolutions. Although only a small percentage of users have their monitors set at 640x480, you will want to make sure your site looks good at that resolution. I design my Web pagesat 800x600, which is the average resolution. However, more and more users have their computer monitors set at higher resolutions, such as 1024x728. You will see that your pages will look radically different depending on the resolution. I personally have been horrified at how ugly my "beautiful" pages look on different computer screens.

3. Browsers are another very important consideration. Netscape and Internet Explorer both perform the same function -- display Web pages -- but the way they do so is strikingly different.
Your code needs to be very clean and pretty much flawlessto display correctly on Netscape. If you miss even one table tag (e.g., you forget to close a tag), you will be mighty surprised when you get nothing but a blank page on Netscape.
Internet Explorer is much more forgiving. It "assumes" what you meant to do. Netscape, on the other hand, is unassuming. If it doesn't understand your code, it simply will not display it.
NOTE: An excellent site to check your HTML code for browser compatibility, as well as screen size, is at

4. You will no doubt want to employ JavaScript and DHTML on your site because it's both functional and cool. However, those technologies work better on Internet Explorer than they do on Netscape. Many of the scripts that you can grab for free at sites like Dynamic Drive DHTML ( and Website Abstraction ( are written exclusively for Internet Explorer, so you will need to be very careful when deciding what to use on your Web site.
For example, on one of my sites I use a JavaScript to display the date and time. This script is supposed to work on both Internet Explorer and Netscape; however, a couple of days ago I noticed that the year on Netscape was 100 versus 2000. A 1,900 year variance is a pretty significant difference!

5. The titles on all of your Web pages need to be consistent -- not only in font style, size and color but also alignment. Make sure the spacing between the title and the first paragraph is consistent throughout your site. Make sure your spacing is uniform on all pages.

6. If your navigation is dependent on graphics (e.g., image maps, icons, buttons, Java, JavaScript), some of your visitors will have a problem getting around your site if their browser doesn't display graphics, or if they've chosen to turn graphics off on their browser settings for faster surfing. It is extremely important to provide text links in addition to graphic links. All of your users will see your text links, plus text loads faster than graphics.

7. It is an excellent idea to make your logo a clickable link back to your home page from all of the pages of your Web site. Many visitors expect to be able to use the logo to go back home. Don't forget to also include a text link to your home page.

These are only a few considerations in designing your Web pages, but they are very important. Don't let your beautiful pages look ugly on your visitor's computer screen.

If you are like me, you will find these issues among the most challenging aspects of designing professional Web sites.

Joanne Glasspoole is a Webmaster and freelance Web designer. Visit her Web site for Internet and technology news, insightful articles, and links to excellent Webmaster resources to help you grow your online business.

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Web Article Ideas Opus

Writing For The Web: Where To Get Article Ideas

A friend and I were talking the other day about writing. He liked to write, but even so his biggest problem was finding things to write about. My friend was astounded at the volume of writing that I do - at least one article and something as many as six, per day. Where do I get all of the ideas from?

I, in turn, was astonished myself. Why on earth would anyone have any trouble finding things to write about? In fact, my main problem has been I have so much to write about that I often find myself locked in a silent battle over which subject should be put on paper first.

People find it even more amazing when I tell them I try very hard to only write about positive events and provide helpful articles. Only rarely will you find any of my writings containing criticism, complaints or, worst of all, whining. Occasionally I will write an article which recommends against purchasing a product, seeing a movie, reading a book or visiting a web site, but these are the exception.

The world is a huge, amazing, wondrous place. Things are going on around us all of the time. There is so much good to see and do all over the planet, so very many wonderful things going on all over the place, that it's easy to find something to communicate about if only you open your eyes and look.

One of my passions is the internet. I've written over 1,000 articles about all aspects of this massive communication medium. Much of this is taken from my 23 years of experience in the computer field, and the rest is from research, reading and, most of all, questions from other people.

Although much of my writing is about the internet, I also find time to communicate about many other subjects as well. These include relationships (marriage and romance), raising children, building a career, handling office politics, current events, hobbies and history. I have yet to find a subject which I don't have something useful to contribute to other people.

How do I find so much to write about? Let me tell you some of the ways: Many of my article ideas some from real life - For example, I have a long and happy marriage, so I like to write articles which help people with their relationships. I've also worked hard most of my life, as have most people, building a career, which is another area where I enjoy passing along tips to help others.

Question and answer sites - Sites like and are perfect places to visit once in a while looking for ideas for articles. I visit and just scan the questions (and there are thousands of them), looking for anything which looks interesting. When I find something, I write an article.

Newsgroups - There are over 70,000 newsgroups. Most of these are worthless, but several thousand of them contain useful information and varied conversations. Lurk in any active newsgroup for a while and you should find something worthwhile to write about.

Yahoo and DMOZ - Visit any big directory site and you will find thousands of subjects to explore.

Egroups and Topica - There are thousands of email discussion lists available at these two sites. Sign up for a few and get articles ideas from them.

There are many other places to look for article ideas all over the internet. I tend to avoid looking at things like ezines, ebooks and web sites for article ideas. Why? Because when I look for article ideas I am not looking for answers.

What I tend to look for is questions. What kind of questions are people asking? Is there a question which begs some further analysis and a little more explanation than a simple sentence? It does not matter if someone else has already answered, as my primary purpose is not to provide raw information. My primary purpose is to help people understand. You can find out raw information from any number of books or encyclopedias, but finding out how to clean up the clutter in your bedroom, well, that takes something different. That requires the experience and knowledge passed from someone who has had to go through the experience of cleaning many times, so many times that it has become easy.

Interestingly, I've found that television is not as worthwhile as one would expect for article ideas. Excluding a few reviews, I've found television to be a vast wasteland, void of anything but the most trivial or violent concepts in our society. The exceptions are, of course, channels such as Nova, History channel and Discovery.

So the next time you are trying to figure out something to write about for your own ezine, web site or ebook, just check out a newsgroup, elist or directory on a subject which you find interesting. Sooner or later, you will get an idea and you can start writing.

Richard Lowe Jr. is the webmaster of Internet Tips And Secrets. This website includes over 1,000 free articles to improve your internet profits, enjoyment and knowledge.

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