Lost Classics Books a quote from the catalog: "Lost Classics Book Company brings back children's books you can trust. Each of these books comes from an era when writers directed their attention to the proper training of young minds and souls."
Faithful Servant's Books Renamed and moved, but it's still Pam's ministry from her heart. If you need homeschool books and cannot afford them, she will lend you as many as she can. You pay the postage both ways, and return the books unmarked so someone else can use them next year. She has an extensive FREE list, too. Pam will accept donations of books, and buys any that she can. Talk to her and see if you can work something out.
If you are using the Internet for a business, you should be interested in knowing how your page places on the Search Engine results. Here is an interesting program that will tell you! This is a link to an information site with a 30 day/ 3 engine free trial download. There is a 45 day money-back guarantee. It even has free tips on-line to tell you how to improve your placement. I tried it, and it works fine. No, I don't sell it- they do.
Here's another helpful site for home businesses. WebPromote offers a free weekly email newsletter which is FULL of good ideas and ways to improve your website and how you appear in the search engine placements. Now, they do sell an assortment of advertising packages including bulk email (AKA SPAM), but they have a lot of good tips and ideas, too.
If you want, Webpromote will even help you write correct Meta tags for your page-FREE! Just visit their site and fill out the form HERE.
Danny Sullivan's Search Engine Watch Danny shows you how search engines work, how you can use that knowledge to make searching easier (boring, you say?), and how you can use that knowledge to optimize your own search engine registration (now that's not boring)!
ConsumerWorld When you're in the market for consumer information, Consumer World is
your one-stop shop. This free Web site has gathered and categorized more than 1,500 consumer resources on the Internet.
I take several FREE newsletters and business discussion lists. Here is where you may sign up for them:
I-Advertising Digest In the body of the message put the word "join". A weekly digest of discussion by advertising people of what works- banners, spam, direct ads- how much it costs and where to do it. This is real "trade" chit-chat, the nuts and bolts of advertising.
I-Sales Digest with the word - subscribe - in the body of your message. This mostly-daily digest is serious talk about Internet based Sales: how to get them, how to handle transactions safely. They have a new archive page at: I-Sales
I-WebReview with the word - subscribe - in the Subject line of your message. This is a moderated sister list to the I-Sales list. It is businessmen critiquing each other's sites by request! I could ask why I don't get traffic, or why people come but don't buy.
Wasteland For people hoping to increase their site traffic, here is a list of resources for the webmaster.
are sites for basic business information- travel advice, and those essential statistics that tell you how and where to market your goods.
Go-Global This business traveler's information page includes an offer for a free monthly list of holidays around the world, emailed to your address. Holidays are identified by date, country, and religious holidays have a brief description. There is also a discussion question.
NUA Internet Surveys Need to find out who is on-line? Magazine-type site with statistics and usage articles.
Library Research Guide Market research information by and for M.I.T. engineers (who like to make money from their inventions).