Mint Money in Your Business through Print Media! Business Strategy for Success

Gold Up! Money Down!

Minting gold coins is a slow process; need to be attended very carefully for its quality and quantity standards. Today’s 10 grams of gold coin is worth more in money value tomorrow. It goes up and up daily. But, the value of currency declines when compared with Gold any day after today. Price of silver, copper, steel, metals and other commodities also go up steadily.

Faster Business Growth!

But, printing currencies is easier than making any metal coins. Please don’t mistake me. I am not going to guide you either to mint gold coin or print currencies illegally.
Now, I am going to tell the ways of making money fast through genuine business. It is all about making a faster growth in business through some special techniques. I am telling about bringing multiple fold growth in business through the print media.

Print Gold Coins!

It is like making gold coins in a printing press. More in value, quick in process! Now you can mint gold with the speed of a modern printing press! In other words, you will earn a big money faster than usual speed. This is by application of sales promotion and marketing techniques with the help of print media.

Small and Effective!

Let me tell you about the smallest printed materials that enhance the product appeal and bring assured business.
You might have seen very small and simple stickers that give ‘value addition’ to the products. A small and round sticker just with two letters (O.K.) brings great confidence in the minds of the buyers.

Total Quality control:

These give a good assurance about the total quality control being adopted in the production process. They guarantee about the utility value of the product on hand. If you are sure that your final product is of expected quality and endurance, then a small OK sticker will also be okay to produce great sales promotion!

Small stickers bring big impact:

Some small linear rectangular shaped stickers with small words like, TESTED OK, CHECKED OK, VERIFIED, QUALITY TESTED, 20%Free, 30%EXTRA, QUALITY GUARANTEED, ISI STANDARD, ISO NO: 9003, Agmark, Hallmark, BIS mark, Gold Coin Inside, Silver Coin Inside, Free Recipe Inside, Lucky Draw Coupon Inside, Washington apple, Australian Apple, Grown in Organic Farm, Grown in Nature will bring extra ordinary impact on the marketing efforts. A hologram on the products improves the product image to unpredictable level.

Small Cards bring back customers!

Small cards printed with advertisements are distributed to the consumers in a variety of methods. Some are pasted or tagged to the products. They offer special discounts, free trade offers, winning gifts, free tours and travels, concessions etc. Some are distributed with the commodities making the consumers to make use of the coupons for the next purchases. It is a common scene that printed cards informing about the exchange offers with bank finance are hanged on the two wheelers parked on the roads.

Coupons and Gifts prolong memory!

Free coupons, discount or exchange coupons, tickets of lucky draws, book marks, little calendars, telephone indices, diaries and such printed materials are distributed as free gifts to consumers. They keep them remembered about the business house and respective products till the printed materials are exhausted.

Children Help Big Companies to Grow!

Children are very much attracted to the stickers and small printed cards with their heroes of cinemas, sports, boxing,cartoon movies, pet animals, birds etc. Some are useful for them for playing at home with friends. Some induces children to become collectors of stamps and cards for reasons only known to the little hearts.

Little Great life!

These big collections are true reflections of what they bought with their pocket money. Big companies depend on the great population of children. They create their wealth in exchange for chewing gums distributed with these charismatic heroes on prints. They enjoy their great youth life with these little toys.

Grow with Prints!

Just watch the market potential and start distributing small printed sales promotion materials. They bring multiple fold of customers and increased turnover to make you wealthy. A successful business strategy with print media is on cards always.

Print media helps in a big way to mint money easy and faster!

Business Mobile Phones for Christmas 2010 – Reviewing Three of the New Arrivals

For businessmen mobile is their third hand. With mobile, operating a business successfully is now next to impossible in this tech-savvy and IT dependent business world. Specifically for business class, all reputed mobile manufactures and mobile service providers are offering latest Business Mobile Phones for Christmas 2010.

You can find SIM free, PAYG and Contract Business Mobile Phones for Christmas 2010 from blackberry mobile. The Blackberry Bold 9780 – B is one of the best SIM free business mobile phone for Christmas 2010. This handset has all types of advanced features that can make your business communication uninterrupted and hassle free.

The blackberry 6 operating software of this model helps you to keep your all data secured. Its 5 mega pixel camera and Full QWERTY keyboard give it a smart look. Its HSDPA facility helps you in browsing at a faster rate. This model is equipped with A-GPS.

The Blackberry Curve 8900 and BlackBerry Pearl 8100 are another two models those fit to the needs of business class perfectly. The Blackberry Curve 8900 is 110 grams in weight, 60mm wide, 109 mm long. It has 65K color displaying with 480 x 360 pixels resolution capacity TFT display.

The key board of this cell phone slopes lightly compared to the previous curve models. In addition, this model has 3.2megapixel camera with auto focus feature. The Curve 8900 supports HTML browsing and RSS feed which help you in speed browsing.

For music lovers this handset is full with different music files including MP3 and WMA formats. You can store a lot of personal business records in this handset. This cell phone has 256mb internal memory, however can be expended up to 16 GB by using a memory card.

The BlackBerry Pearl 81 model has also all features that a businessman needs in his handset. This handset supports 2g network of GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900. This model is 110g in weight with 109 x 60 x 13.5 mm opportunity. Its display is of TFT type with 65K colors and 480 x 360 pixels.

The Full QWERTY keyboard, Trackball navigation and Wallpapers add some more positive points to this handset. This cell phone has GPRS, HSCSD EDGE system which gives you a hassle free professional connectivity. The most advantage of this handset is it supports the Wi-Fi system.

All these three models of Blackberry are offering high security of data storage facility. You can enjoy all three offers over with these models. You can say these are the best models among the all other SIM Free, contract and PAYG Business Mobile Phones for Christmas 2010.You can get this handset through online shopping.

On Tea Weights: How Much Is A Gram? An Ounce? A Pound?

Loose-leaf tea is typically sold in bulk, measured by weight. In the United States this is usually by ounces and pounds, but because the tea culture in the UK and other countries using the metric system, is much stronger than here in the US, it is also common to see metric measurements, in grams. To add additional confusion, when people typically measure out tea to brew, they use a teaspoon, which is a measure of volume, not weight.

These weights and measurements can be confusing and intimidating to people inexperienced in buying loose-leaf or bulk tea, especially people looking to switch from tea bags to loose-leaf. Here I give a practical guide to explain the weights and give some tips or rules-of-thumb for navigating them. This can help you access and explore the wonderful world of loose-leaf tea, helping you access superior quality and value.

How much is needed to brew a single cup? And how many grams are in a typical tea bag?

Different brands vary widely in the amount of product by dry weight that they pack into a single bag. The typical tea bag on the market contains 1.4-1.8 grams of dry tea. However, it is common for cheaper brands to get as low as 1.2 grams, or even less, and other brands, especially those offering whole-leaf tea in pyramid sachets often pack as much as 2-3 grams in. PG Tips, a famous British brand that is also widely available in the US, caught flack back in 2015 for reducing the contents of their pyramid bags from 3.1 to 2.9 grams, and this amount makes many American brands seem weak in comparison.

The size of cup though is important. English teacup sizes are typically 6-8Oz, whereas a standard American mug or cup is closer to 12 ounces, and many mugs are much larger. If your cup is larger, scale up the amount of leaf you use. For brewing a pot, multiple the amount by the number of cups you plan on brewing, and make sure to fill the water to the right level corresponding to this number of cups.

As a rule of thumb, if I know nothing else about the tea I’m brewing, I use a 12-ounce mug, and I like to use 1.5 grams for a weaker cup, 2.5 for a stronger cup, but I also don’t fill my mug completely.

Grams to ounces to pounds: conversion factors

One ounce is approximately 28.35 grams. There are 16 ounces to a pound, and tea is typically sold in units of 1, 2, 4, or 8 ounces, or larger amounts by the pound. A single ounce is an amount roughly equal to a large sample that will allow you to brew and serve the tea several (11-18) times.

2 ounces, or an eight of a pound, is about 57 grams. This is the smallest amount that some retail shops, such as Teavana, will sell. This will typically brew 22-36 cups.

4 ounces, a quarter pound, is about 113 grams. This is close to the standard medium size of tin (3 by 3 inches) sold by most mainstream companies. If I know I like a tea, but don’t plan on drinking it every day, this is the size I usually buy.

8 ounces, a half pound, is about 227 grams. This corresponds to the larger tins you occasionally see in stores, ones that measure 4 by 4 inches. This is a good choice for favorites, anything you drink in volume.

A full pound (16 ounces) is about 454 grams. This will brew around 200 cups, give or take. I only recommend buying such a large quantity if you plan on drinking a particular tea every day, or if you are in a large family or business or organization where multiple people will be using the same supply.

Companies packaging their product in metric units will typically sell by measures of 500, 250, or 125 grams, which correspond to a little more than a pound, half pound, and quarter pound, respectively.

Ready to go? Experiment.

I hope this article can give you a few useful pointers that will help you both to purchase reasonable sizes at the store, and have a coarsely accurate starting point for knowing how much to spoon out to brew yourself a cuppa (or a pot). But only you can discover what you like best. Try your best, and then adjust to your tastes if you want your cup stronger or milder!