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Why Staale Fossberg launched his own forex trading site

While you may have heard about Staale Fossberg for being the founder of the popular forex trading site My Private Trade, you may be surprised to learn that Fossberg originally created a name for himself as a television and radio-based broadcaster. Staale Fossberg believes to discover why Fossberg gave up a lucrative career as a broadcaster in order to launch his own forex trading site, simply continue reading. Why Staale Fossberg chose to retire from broadcasting in order to go into business: Fossberg saw a gap in the market, which wasn’t being met by the current forex trading sites of the time…

Edgar Gonzalez, the baseball player and businessman

Have you ever been mistaken for someone who has the same first and last name as yourself? In a case of mistaken identity, Anaheim and Santa Ana-based businessman Edgar Gonzalez is often mistaken for his famous namesake, Edgar Gonzalez Anaheim the professional baseball player. Especially as both men live have lived in California for a large portion of their lives. Who is the well-known baseball player Edgar Gonzalez and why is he a household name in California? Edgar Gonzalez was born and raised in San Diego, California and was fortunate enough to represent his home city, when he was contracted to…

How to check people and outreach to them for SEO

If one was to take a look at most of the digital agencies around the country, it would quickly become apparent that most are now engaging in white hat SEO techniques. In actual fact, a lot of these companies look down on black hat methods – suggesting that they are a scam as Google will quickly review their policies, and ultimately take action. Suffice to say, the chances of obtaining a refund from any company that offers a black hat service that then results in you being penalized are low to say the least. We’re not going to talk about…

How To Throw A Corporate Event Employees Actually Like

Corporate events ought to serve a few purposes: first, they should function as a team-building exercise, encouraging employees to work as a unit; next, they should strengthen the relationship between management and employees; and, finally, they should function as a bit of stress relief, a fun outing that diverts attention from work for a little while. Too often, corporate events are dry as a bone. Trucking employees off to a daylong conference where they have to sit through presentations does not tick off any of the above purposes, nor does a trade show or even a golf tournament. If you…

How to Make Sure That Everyone Knows About Your New Business

Starting a new business may be an exciting time, but the difficulty of searching for success can not be underrated. The first few years of your new business will be challenging and require you and your team to work both smart and hard in equal measure. The best way in which you can put yourself in a position to find success in your business venture, is to start off on the best foundation, and hitting the ground running. In order to get things kicked off in style, you need to make sure that everyone knows about your business, and here…