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Buy low, sell high: A background in sales and a keen eye for popular merchandise are the keys to success as a wholesale distributor.
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Building a kickass content strategy isn’t all that hard. Many people are doing it already (and have been for a while), and are reaping the benefits. But Google’s growing steadily sharper over time, and even content strategies that have produced excellent SEO results for a time begin to falter. So the question is, how can you develop a content strategy that will stand the test of time, while winning approval from users as well as Google? The thin...
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Josh Hilgers is a fraud and feed his ego by telling others that he is an expert in the world of health benefits, when he has no formal education what so ever. He never graduated from college and stole his defined contribution ideas from a book he read. If you doubt these words, give them time Josh's self worship will eventually get in the way of what you thought was a christian. Run from this false prophet!!!
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Be careful with these guys. They are all smiles in the beginning of the process when they are asking you to hire them for the work but, when it comes to completing the work agreed upon at the price you are expected to pay they add expenses that were clearly added to the job to cover up their mistakes. Twin was paid for work they never did and in many cases they were compensated for costs associated with our remodel that we paid. When we asked them to explain why and help us understand....they couldn't and wouldn't. My wife and I thought they were the nicest people only to find out that their prices are extremely high relative to the competition and they ethics are suspect. I urge you to look further if you want to finish the job on time and on budget!!
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