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Attention! This Book Will Make You Money: How to Use Attention-Getting Online Marketing to Increase Your Revenue Reviews

Attention! This Book Will Make You Money: How to Use Attention-Getting Online Marketing to Increase Your Revenue

Drive Web traffic and take your business into the futureIn todays social Web marketplace, attention equals revenue. When you direct more attention online to your brand or business, you drive more long-term revenue. Regardless of who you are or how small your business is, you can have a huge impact using free Internet tools…provided you understand and correctly apply the latest techniques.Attention! gives you an educational and motivational guide to using social media to market your brand or business online. In three parts, you’ll discover everything you need to know to get off the ground and thrive in the social mediasphere, including
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Angelina Jolie brings attention World Refugee Day 2009 emotional speech

Standing ovations underscored an emotional ceremony Thursday marking World Refugee Day with some of them led by Angelina Jolie. The star, along with the rest of the audience, was visibly moved as they heard firsthand stories from refugees who have been relocated to the United States. They were also able to cheer, via Internet camera, along with students from a school in a Chad refugee camp. Due to unexpected circumstances, some expected guests were not able to make the Washington, DC, event. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had broken her elbow in an accident, while scheduled host Anderson Cooper suffered flight problems, leaving Ann Curry to fill in. Jolie, obviously choked up with emotion, said of the refugees, “Most of all they are survivors … They are the most impressive people I have ever met.” Tales of Survival Recalling a 2001 trip for the United Nations Refugee Agency to Afghanistan, during which she talked with an expectant mother of two, Jolie recalled, “Before we said goodbye to the pregnant lady, she pointed to her young boy with such a sad look and she said, ‘He’s always asking for more food, and it hurts me to say, “We have none.” ‘ A few weeks later the war in Afghanistan began.” Later in the hour-plus program, Jolie and the rest of the audience sat captivated as honoree Rose Mapendo, a single mother held captive in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for 16 months during that country’s civil war, recounted being forced to witness the torture and

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