Saturday, September 24, 2011

Switching to Straight Talk is a Wise Thing to do!

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine.

I recently decided to change my cellphone service. I am tired of contracts, that make me feel like I am in a prison with the most unpleasant characters. I wanted a phone service that is reliable, affordable, and without contract. I found my answer in Straight Talk. When I came to know about the great rates and that there was no contracts I fell for it Hook, line and sinker.

In my opinion the first and foremost benefit of switching to Straight Talk: cost cutting. I already feel richer when I realize that I'd be cutting my cellphone costs by nearly half. I would be saving a tremendous amount of money in a year's time. I can Call a friend and talk to him all night long without worrying about the bill. The savings could pay for a short holiday, for a brand new laptop computer, for some kitchen stuff, or whatever I choose to spend it on. This kind of savings without an iota of compromise in terms of service and offerings. I simply love this idea of switching to Straight Talk.

Another great feature of Straight Talk, they are not gonna run your credit and they still provide the same excellent nationwide coverage. The cool thing about Straight Talk is that they use only trusted phone manufacturers for their hardware requirements. Phones from LG, Motorola, Kyocera, Nokia and Samsung are offered with their awesome cellphone service. There are an array of Android on Straight Talk phones that support . So don't wait for too long, sign up today.

You can sign up for a monthly plan that offers 1,000 minutes of voice, 1,000 texts and a 30mb data plan. Or take up the monthly unlimited service for just $45. Feeling like saving more sign up for a year and it is only $499.00. You can talk, text, and browse the internet for a whole year for only $499.00.

Now that is what I call a bargain. And when I came to know that even 411 calls are included in this scheme I felt delighted. If you are frustrated by the big corporations that make you sign contracts, but are not sure of switching yet. Watch the videos of Straight Talk customers and you will be convinced.

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Thursday, September 22, 2011


Mute Swan - species Cygnus olorImage via Wikipedia

Transformation happens....

When the orange glow of sun breaks the darkness of the night
When winter snow is melted by the rays of the spring sun
When trees sprout fresh green leaves after winter hibernation
When the summer heat is cooled by the freezing winter blizzard
When the enslaved masses are empowered and attain freedom
When a young couple come together and make a home
When a poor family can afford a home of their own
When there is no one cheats in this world that we call our home

Will this day arrive?
Will I be around to see that day?

When I look inside my soul tells me:
"Don't wait for the day to arrive!
You  have the power to make it happen!"

So my friends don't wait for someone to start a movement for the better!
Be the change you want to see in the world and you will see that the world will change in front of your eyes.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Innovative marketing!

赤鱲角亞洲國際博覽館快餐店 Category:H. J. Heinz Company Cat...Image via WikipediaOne of the reasons that American corporations have dominated the consumer product industry across the globalized world is their innovative marketing strategies. The corporations are willing to invest money into research to find out what exactly the consumer wants and then modify existing products or launch new ones to fulfill these needs. A recent example is the new packaging of ketchup by Heinz. Hitherto the company marketed tomato ketchup in the form of large bottles and small single serve sachets. Both these products were squeezer products.

Sometime ago, probably after receiving consumer feedback, the company launched a research to find out how many are squeezers as against dippers. In the sense they wanted to find out how many ketchup eaters prefer to squeeze ketchup over their food such as hamburgers, french fries, hot dogs, etc and how many like to dip their food into the savory sauce. The results were skewed in favor of dippers and in order to satisfy the majority the company changed their packaging into a dual purpose one. If one likes to squeeze they can do so and those who like to dip can do so too. The new package can be used both ways.

I am pretty sure this will increase Heinz's market share in the ketchup market. I wonder how many Indian-owned companies employ these kind of strategies to enhance sales and get greater market share. I would be curious to know if there are any and what they do.

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