4 Profitable Ways to Build Links to E-Commerce Websites There will be many e-commerce brands (small and large ... do a Google search for any of the following search terms (just simply add your keyword): (intitle:links) OR (intitle:sites) OR (intitle:resources) “home design” “retailer” OR “manufacturer ... 09/15/2014 - 9:00 pm | View Link
How to Find Hidden Jobs intitle:meet.the.team "VP of Sales" retail intitle ... If this intrigues you, be sure to check out my video below -- "How to Find Hidden" Jobs where I share even more strategies. (And for extra credit, check out my new book. Although written for recruiters ... 09/20/2013 - 4:48 am | View Link
17 Types of Content That Google Will Eat Up Here are some ideas: Google.com: To find past lists people have created, type this into Google.com: intitle:list intitle:[KEYWORD] "top 10" Google Images: To find past visual lists people have published, type this into Google Images: intitle:infographic ... 02/17/2013 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Find Guest Post Opportunities With One Powerful Query The raw query would be: [(freelance OR guest OR contributor) (blogger OR writer OR author) (post OR article OR story) (intitle:"write for" OR intitle:"contribute to" OR intitle:guidelines OR intitle:submission OR intitle:submit OR intitle:submissions OR ... 09/25/2012 - 2:29 am | View Link
How Limiting Your Google Queries Makes You a Better Link Prospector It would be great if Google could understand (or wanted to understand) that when I search [CRM intitle:"guest post"] I need 500 sites likely to publish CRM-related guest posts for a client this month. Instead I'll get 3-10 decent prospects and start ... 05/1/2012 - 9:17 am | View Link
Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling are at the top of their game in this compelling drama of lost love and missed opportunitySuperbly nuanced performances from Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay and exquisite direction by Andrew Haigh, who also co-wrote the film, turn an apparently everyday story of a marriage in quiet crisis into something rather extraordinary.
A terrific documentary explores the lives of a family in the north Pennines trying to rear the perfect sheepPitched somewhere between Nicolas Philibert’s Être et Avoir and Michelangelo Frammartino’s Le Quattro Volte, this insightful account of a year in the life of a family of north Pennines tenant farmers proved a deserved hit at the 2015 Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Although laden with rock-pic set pieces, this is an energy-packed drama full of conflict, on and off the stageBoyz n the Hood director John Singleton was initially due to direct this NWA biopic, and he may have brought a more nuanced edge to the tale of the band’s controversial cultural status.
(Roberto Rossellini, 1950-54; BFI, PG, DVD/Blu-ray)In 1948 the Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman was Hollywood’s greatest star, having appeared in a succession of prestigious box-office hits including Casablanca, For Whom the Bell Tolls and Notorious. But she was deeply dissatisfied with the conventional roles she was offered and unhappy in her marriage to the Swedish dentist (and future neuroscientist) who managed her career.
Too much action and a senseless plot are the ingredients for a classic console-to-silver-screen turkeyWill a video game ever spawn a half-decent movie? Fingers are firmly crossed for Duncan Jones’s forthcoming Warcraft, but in the meantime this big-screen reboot of the Hitman series merely reminds us that in this genre Mortal Kombat and Silent Hill remain unremarkable high-water marks.
Efron puts in a smart performance as a would-be DJ facing new frontiersThis Eden-lite affair may not be the Saturday Night Fever for the 21st century for which director/co-writer Max Joseph was aiming, but it certainly marks a return to intriguing form for Zac Efron after the patience-testing trials of That Awkward Moment and Bad Neighbours.