Jinga Shoes – The Latest Shoe Craze From Brazil

By , February 19, 2018 10:14 pm

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The Shoe industry is about to get a wakeup call from a new shoe crazy that is spreading like wildfire.

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The Shoe industry is about to get a wakeup call. A world wide storm named Jinga Shoes is flooding the world with rhythm, style, je ne sais quoi via its own special energy. The eye of this shoe storm was pinpointed by two ladies on a Rio Kombi then exposed to the world at http://www.jingashoes.com.

Jinga shoes, unlike your traditional shoes, brings the whole world a new attitude, brighter smiles, expanded energy and free flowing movement. Rather than devastation and destruction, you have excitement and happiness. You have the essence of life.

Move over “soul? Jingas are the new “Wow?

Jingas are made in Brazil on a small scale with many colour runs that are strictly limited. The Jingaholic must keep an eye out to make sure they get their favourite colour before it is sold out. The whole shoe, made of fabric and not mass produced in sweat shops, is made by hand without animal products like leather or animal based glues.

Their light and flexible form makes them the perfect shoe for everyday wear and the natural choice for all kinds of dance and sports. A noted dance instructor said, “They do not rub at the back of your Achilles tendon and they give you lots of range of movement at the ankle joint.?They were originally designed for capoeira.

Jingas are machine washable and come in all sizes from babies sizes up to Jinga size 46 (fits a UK Size 11 – 11.5). They can be worn all year round with or without socks. Unfortunately they are not good for wearing in the rain as they are not waterproof.

The Jinga Shop doesn’t just sell shoes and run away with their profits. They give a percentage of their profits (5% minimum) to funding a social project in a Rio de Janeiro favela (shantytown). This project provides activities and lessons for children outside school and helps keep them away from the criminal gangs that are a fact of life in many favelas.

Jinga is the first storm in history to put a spring in people’s step, help fund a children’s project, make dancing fun and comfortable at the same time, eliminate sweat shop manufacturing and spread across the world as an eco friendly force.

So whether you are walking the dog, cooking with friends, watching TV or doing one of a thousand and one other things, there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t get your Jinga “flowing?today.

Small Business Web Shopping Cart Software: 7 Reasons Hosted Is Better

By , February 15, 2018 9:11 pm

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Why should you pay for a remotely hosted shopping cart for your small business website, rather than just install a free OpenSource shopping cart on your site?

There are a lot of reasons:

1) Focus. Your business is selling stuff, not installing and managing a complicated script. You’ll have enough issues running a business that you won’t be able to outsource to someone else the way you can with a shopping cart script.

2) Price. Paid hosted shopping cart software’s …

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Why should you pay for a remotely hosted shopping cart for your small business website, rather than just install a free OpenSource shopping cart on your site?

There are a lot of reasons:

1) Focus. Your business is selling stuff, not installing and managing a complicated script. You’ll have enough issues running a business that you won’t be able to outsource to someone else the way you can with a shopping cart script.

2) Price. Paid hosted shopping cart software’s price is inconsequential: $10-$100/month. If that’s a significant expense for your business, you need to look into improving your profit margin.

3) Support. While support for “paid” business software is included in the cheap price, support for “free” business software is pretty expensive. OpenSource and other free software come without any support except forums for do-it-yourself-ers to share ideas. So, you’ll end up paying someone to install and maintain it. Or you do it yourself, which costs so much time it’s more expensive than paying someone if your time is worth anything.

4) Installation. When you buy hosted software on a subscription plan, installation is already done and support is included. When you have an issue–and have you ever had software that you didn’t have an issue with at least once?–you don’t have to pay a developer $150/hour to make it go away.

5) Security. Security issues are taken care of for you by the provider–no patching software.

6) Speed. Hosted online shopping carts really do work now, out of the box. You just input your inventory and go. OpenSource shopping carts come with dozens of customization options that will take you hours just to decide you don’t need most of them.

7) Peace of mind. The shopping cart is the jugular vein of an online business. If anything makes the blood stop flowing, however minor the cause, you’ll feel it fast. If you are the one who has to make sure the blood stays flowing, or if you have to rely on the availability of a freelance programmer, you won’t be getting the soundest sleep. Let a specialist do that worrying for you, 24 hours a day.

Online purchase of flowers

By , February 11, 2018 7:39 pm

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Florist network which enables you to send flowers and gifts worldwide. Quality flower bouquets sent at your request.Place your order online in 2 easy steps.Secure online transactions through CCnow and CCAvenue.

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To a great extent our day to day life has a great relation with the existing and developing computer trends which has in many ways made our life a bit easier in some sense of the term

To particularize on this context I take the opportunity to focus on the online shopping system which offers more or less every kind of thing on sale.

The online sale of flowers is a great opportunity which everyone should grab as it remains only a buttons distance away. Cotton products in the virtual market for sale with an easy payment mode and in all varieties, sizes and colours is a news which everyone will be interested in and will check in and can make their shopping experience feel real.

There are also helpline to assist on special choices made with special colour and special designs.

The type of products on sale ranges from items like bouquets,gifts,chocolates, to teddy bears,greeting cards and other gift items.

Free shipping facility is provided for delivery of domestic orders. You are also given the facility to send flowers the same day and can get a refund if not satisfied with a money-back guarantee scheme.

The payment policies are made convenient and easy for the customer. The online shopping has emerged successful with its customer friendly approach. Payments can be done by credit card which is handled via secure server and a high level secrecy is maintained. With developments rushing in, the payment mode will be done easier with “electronic cash?transfer service.

Negotiations: The art, science, & sport of online deals

By , February 7, 2018 6:26 pm

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Negotiations can seem as complex as physics, and in fact, people go to college to study the science of negotiating just as they would the laws of nature. At the same time, negotiation is like an ancient art form, some sort of Zen mental jujitsu. When neither the Zen nor the science works, though, no one wins.

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Negotiations can seem as complex as physics, and in fact, people go to college to study the science of negotiating just as they would the laws of nature. At the same time, negotiation is like an ancient art form, some sort of Zen mental jujitsu. When neither the Zen nor the science works, though, no one wins.

Just ask any hockey fan out there. The recent lockout and cancellation of the 2004-2005 NHL season is a perfect example of poor negotiating. Both the players?union and the league owners broke all of the rules when it came to brokering an agreement on player contracts. The result are hockey rinks across North America that are so quiet that you can hear a pin drop-unfortunately, not a puck. In dollar terms, professional hockey is missing out on television contracts, advertising fees, and tons of ticket sales.

Of course, you won’t lose billions in revenue if you fail at the latest negotiation at your favorite online classified or auction site. But you could let a treasure slip through your fingers. Success in deal making, on the other hand, could land you that rookie Bobby Orr card, signed Stanley Cup puck, or whatever other fantastic item you’re bidding on.

Plus, proper negotiations and compromise can ensure that you get the item for its fair value, including a good price on shipping and taxes. This increases the profitability of the trade for both you and the seller. The deal gets closed without nasty disputes, blow-ups, or hip checks. And both of you are left to do business again in the future.

To score all of these benefits, and avoid your own mini lockout, follow these simple tips on negotiating that will net results at online classified sites. As you’ll see, victory isn’t so much an exact science or a mystic sixth sense. It’s more about simple know-how and common sense.

Warm up. Don’t jump into a negotiation cold. Before you even face off with your opponent, figure out for yourself what would count as a victory. What do you exactly want out of the trade-and at what price?

Consider a truce. It may not even be worth dropping the puck at all. In other words, negotiations, like hockey games, can end in a loss for the home team, you. So weigh this risk before you start. If the item at hand is a dream buy, you may not want to endanger your purchase with a drawn-out negotiation.

Know when to pass. On the other hand, if the item is far from dreamy-and you’re pretty sure something better may come along later-you could pass on negotiations. Or go for the score. Offer a lowball price. If you win, you won’t be out too much, and if you lose, it won’t leave a mark either. But be certain if you play this game. You could miss this opportunity without a guarantee of future prospects.

Know your enemy. Coaches and players spend hours before games watching films of their impending competition to study their tendencies. You need to take the same approach when it comes to making a deal. Try to read your opponent’s mind. What is his or her goals in the negotiation? Does he or she have any strengths that they can use against you? Are there any weaknesses that you can use against them?

Spot all of your passing lanes. During your research, you may find that this particular vendor isn’t the only one in the game with what you’re looking for. Using these other vendors, and their prices, to your advantage can help you skate circles around your competitor.

Practice before you play. Also, research the item before you make a play on it. This knowledge, such as the going price and quality markers, can work as leverage during the negotiating, too.

Translate thought into action. Your strategy can become more complicated and unpredictable-and effective-once you’re in the heat of battle. Just remember to think on your feet and remember all that you learned in your “training.?For instance, if you know that the vendor has other items for sale besides your target, agree easily to one of these other purchases. Go for the easy one first. That will lure them into trusting you and giving you an easy pass on future, and more important, deals.

When it comes down to it, negotiation is all about this kind of give and take. It works out best when both parties get what they want out of the deal, without feeling ripped off as if they gave too much for too little.

That brings you to the one “don’t?of negotiating. Don’t fear a standoff. They are part of the art and science of trading, so don’t be tempted to cave in just to break the deadlock. Instead, let your opponent make the first move. They will. They want to close the deal, too, don’t forget. You both will be better off for this in the long run. And you won’t end up like the NHL, the No Hockey League.

Learn How To Accept Payment Online From Your Customers

By , February 3, 2018 6:03 pm

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Whether you own thousands of dollars or just a few hundred-at least two hundred, and you are providing a service, it may be a good idea for you to check into accept payment online from your customers. This is a type of merchant status and the first place for you to look to achieve that status is the bank you do business with. Just because you may have been doing business with them for a long time doesn’t mean they will automatically give you merchant status though, and if the…

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Whether you own thousands of dollars or just a few hundred-at least two hundred, and you are providing a service, it may be a good idea for you to check into accept payment online from your customers. This is a type of merchant status and the first place for you to look to achieve that status is the bank you do business with. Just because you may have been doing business with them for a long time doesn’t mean they will automatically give you merchant status though, and if they turn you down, don’t worry, you have other options. You can try a couple of other banks or you can try other companies that specialize in issuing accounts to online merchants. Do a Google search and type in credit card processing, you will find many outfits looking for businesses seeking merchant accounts. This will not be a cheap endeavor either; start-up fees to accept payments online can amount to around $200 and monthly processing fees of around $20 dollars.

While searching for your merchant account so you can accept payments online, you should also realize that you are going to have to make your customers feel safe while doing business with you online. Wherever you buy your credit card processing should also supply you with a secure transaction environment, if they don’t find one some where else before you start accepting payments online. Despite what you may have heard about accepting payments online, credit card payments are still one of the safest payment methods available online. There are many fraud-prevention tools out there so check them out and get one that will suit your needs. You can also protect yourself by using the card validation code 2 {CVC2} and the card verification value {CVV2} verification systems of MasterCard and Visa, respectively. These verification services use the three-digit codes printed on all MasterCard and Visa cards to help you determine whether your customers are using legitimate cards. Also, you may want to ask prospective processors about the costs of storefront solutions that you should have to make your website a success, things like shopping carts, Web hosting, online payment gateways, virtual checks, customer tracking, databases for your orders, and a way to calculate tax and shipping charges. These are all the things you need for a successful Web site business.

Shop around for a credit card processor that best suits your needs. Talk to several different processors and don’t be afraid to ask questions. Find out about:

The discount rate: The percentage of each transaction paid to the merchant account provider. If your monthly charges are less than a certain volume, the processor may charge a higher percentage. Just make sure you read all the fine print before you start doing business with the services you need to run your own business. You want your customers to feel secure in all aspects of doing business with you, so they will keep buying your products and you can accept payments online.

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