Video: How to Blog Using Twitter

On the Internet today more and more people interact by “blogging” about their daily activities. One easy way to participate is to use Twitter, a free, online service.

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A cool “stripe” appears at the very top of your blog, with a call-to-action to get your blog readers to click on it and be taken to the appropriate landing page. The ad itself is simple, easy to use, and you can have multiple ads rotating according to your needs.

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Article: ERP Software for the Food and Beverage Business

For those in the food and beverage business, they know that complying with FDA as well as USDA requirements is not to be taken lightly. The regulatory requirements are strict and non-compliance can mean the end of one’s business. Fortunately, there are technology companies that offer solutions to help f&b operators and distributors meet these standards. Business owners who employ these software solutions ensure the customers – that’s us, the public – products that are safe and reliable.

One such company is TGI. TGI has been around since 1990 and is an industry-leading provider of manufacturing and distribution software solutions to small and mid-market manufacturers and distributors. Their flagship product is called Enterprise 21, a fully-integrated business management software solution which they developed, implement and support.

TGI’s Enterprise 21 offer f&b companies fully-integrated food ERP software functionality that is designed to meet the ever evolving and expanding industry regulatory and compliance requirements. Enterprise 21 offers comprehensive and configurable food ERP software solutions to enable industry best practices and meet industry standards.

Enterprise 21 controls all the aspects involved in inventory management such as compliance management, bi-directional lot traceability, integrated quality control, and shelf life and expiration date tracking. The food processing software capabilities provides advanced material planning and production scheduling capabilities. And it features RF and barcode-enabled warehouse management system for streamlined warehouse operations and precise lot data recording.

Enterprise 21 is a tightly integrated system covering all possible requirements of a business enterprise including financial management, purchasing, CRM, business intelligence, and order management. All these are available in a comprehensive food processing software solution that operates on a single database, thus eliminating the need for duplicate data entry and improving organization-wide data integrity.

To get more information on TGI and Enterprise 21, give them a call at 1-800-837-0028.


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Blogging Tool: Pivot

Pivot is a web-based tool to help you maintain dynamic sites, like weblogs or online journals. Pivot is released under the GPL so it is completely free to use. It is written in PHP, and does not require additional libraries or databases to function.

URL: www.pivotlog.net

Blog Hosting: Pitas

Pitas.com is now offering free and easy to update pages with an easy-to-use web interface. Most people use their pitas page to create some sort of “recent news” page for their site, or a weblog (basically a list of links with some commentary that is updated frequently).

URL: www.pitas.com

Blogging Tips: Building Backlinks With Blogs

By Russell Savige

The most boring part of getting traffic to a website is getting backlinks. This is hard, boring, time consuming work. You spend hours finding relevant websites to link to, then spend hours more sending emails requesting backlinks, or submitting your sites to there links pages. And at the end of the day (actually in a few weeks), you have ½ a dozen new reciprocal link partners. that’s good and all, but it bores the living hell out of me, and I don’t have time for it. And they are only reciprocal links.
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