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Career Watch: Making the most of social media in your job hunt

3 June 2013 | 4:16 pm Going Beyond LinkedIn for Jobs http://www.cio.com.au/article/463565/career_watch_making_most_social_media_your_job_hunt/?utm_medium=rss&utm_source=sectionfeed

's Cutts: Nofollow Links In Advertorials Or Else!

30 May 2013 | 1:35 pm Yesterday, ’s head of search spam, posted a video on ’s stance on using advertorials in a way to manipulate ’s search results. As you can imagine, if you use advertorials and those advertorials have links to your web site – you must nofollow them or can take action against your web site. In February, a major was penalized over advertorials . And … http://www.seroundtable.com/google-advertorials-16859.html

Why the 10,000-Hours Rule Cant Make You

29 May 2013 | 8:41 pm Was born to be a CEO specifically? No. But was he born with a brain for business? I say yes. This is not the of someone whos interested in business and is putting in his ten … http://www.wired.com/business/2013/05/why-the-10000-hours-rule-cant-make-you-warren-buffett/

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30 Hot Men of Squidoo | SquidooHQ powered by Squidoo

17 June 2013 | 8:20 pm Let's hear it for the Men of Squidoo!!! Coming out of Father's Day, and being Men's Health Month, I think it's time we give a little love to the Men of Squidoo. Squidoo has a lot of great women, probably more women than men  http://hq.squidoo.com/lensmaster-spotlight/30-hot-men-of-squidoo/

10 Tips On Recommending Something You Love – Squidoo

16 June 2013 | 11:17 pm Screen Shot 2013-06-16 at 5.47.01 PM. How often have you recommended something to a friend or relative? I'm sure the show of hands is pretty big. It's fun to tell people about the things we love. It's no different on Squidoo. http://hq.squidoo.com/tips/10-tips-on-recommending-something-you-love/

14 June 2013 | 8:31 pm Squidoo is also reviewing all lenses on the site (this is an ongoing process) with the new quality standards and that means that lenses created 3 or 4 years ago might not meet these new standards. This isn't a judgement  http://hq.squidoo.com/squid-news/friday-q-a/

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    Getting A Rat! Any Tips? Going to the pet store to get a rat?
    Well, I’m getting two rats, actually. But I need some help with information.
    Firstly, I think I’m going to get two females. But in going to call some vets around and see how much it costs to neuter a male rat and maybe get one male and one female? Or preferably one fixed male and two females. But first.. When males are neutered, are their.. Uh.. “Things” still so visible? And would the rats be okay together?
    Secondly, what food would be best for them? I want something I can get at the pet store.. And also maybe some little “human food” snacks I could feed them?
    Since I’m getting them at a pet store, what are some signs to ensure I have a healthy rat? As well as a non-pregnant rat and such?
    What are some toys and tricks I could teach them? An some good ways to introduce them to their new home, to me, and to our pets?
    Are there any care things I need to know, like how do I keep them to not smell bad, and what’s the cheapest, non-smelly bedding available? I’m thinking I will get a tiny litter box in the corner of their cage and use, for bedding, some cloth? I’ll also add lots if toys and stuff, so any ideas on what Tey like to play with? I’ve heard a plastic tub would be best for an escape-proof hedgehog home, and since we already have a few of these, would they suffice for a rat home? It has two floors to it, but is that too small? It’s about the size of a 1×2.5 feet maybe?
    And, we will be traveling a lot. Any suggestions for making my little ratties trips comfy?
    As well as any good name ideas?
    And yeah, I know getting a rat from a pet store isn’t the best option but unfortunately there are no breeders within like three hours from where I live and there’s no rescues or anything.

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      A neutered male and females are perfectly fine together. However, this surgery can be very dangerous and unnecessary. I think you should just get two females (or two males, whichever you prefer). It’s just safer and easier.

      Generally, rats can eat anything us humans can. With a few exceptions, of course. Here are some links that explain what human foods are safe and what isn’t.
      http://www.ratclub.org/ratcare_diet.htm
      http://www.ratforum.com/showthread.php?39486-Good-and-Bad-Food-for-Rats-amp-Ratty-Recipes
      http://rattitude.com/
      http://www.ratfanclub.org/diet.html

      Don’t get those seed mixes you find at the best store. Rats tend to pick at these, leaving important nutrition behind. Instead, find some high quality lab blocks. These are just small blocks that rats can’t pick through. Once very respected type of lab blocks is Oxbow. I’ve never been able to find these without having to order it. Hopefully, though, you’ll find some at your pet store.

      Here are common signs of illness in rats you should look out for: constant sneezing/wheezing, dull coats, hunched position, red stuff around eyes and nose (called porphyrin), head tilt/lack of balance, etc.

      Rat cages need to be filled with many cool toys. Here are some links that give you some really simple and easy homemade toys that your rats will just love!
      http://www.dapper.com.au/toys.htm
      http://www.squidoo.com/pet-rat-toys-how-to-make-homemade-toys-for-pet-rats
      http://www.squidoo.com/simple-and-easy-ways-to-accessorize-a-rat-cage
      http://www.squidoo.com/creating-a-free-range-area-for-pet-rats

      If you can teach a dog a specific trick, you can teach a rat. This includes come when their name is called, fetch, stay, jump through a hoop, stand, etc. Rats are the most intelligent rodent, sometimes even considered more intelligent than dogs.

      Pet store rats will be much more frightened than rats from reliable breeders. This is because they go absolutely NO human interaction. Take it easy with them. Pick them up slowly and with great care. The best way to get them used to you is to interact with them as often as possible. Just put them right back into their cage if they seem to stressed. Don’t introduce them to your pets until they are quite used to you.

      To keep their smell down, simply clean their cage every week.

      NEVER use pine or cedar bedding, because they are extremely harmful to rats. Aspen bedding is safe, though it can be too dusty for rats. I wouldn’t recommend CareFresh, because I used it for a while, and it has proven to be WAY to dusty for rats. Extra t-shirts or fleece make quick and easy bedding, though it has to be change often. You can also use shredded paper or toilet paper. This also needs to be cleaned often, though.

      Rat cages should have multiple levels. I just built a rat cage that has 5 levels for my rats to play in. Two or three levels is fine, too. The bigger, the better. The cage must be at least four cubic feet; two cubic feet per rat. NEVER use tanks, because they don’t provide proper ventilation and can lead to many health issues. Here is a link that explains how to find the perfect rat cage.
      http://www.squidoo.com/ratcage

      A comfy trip should be in a small, well ventilated cage. This cage should have comfy bedding with plenty of food and water available. Make sure you keep your eye on the rats, because traveling can be stressful for some rats. For others, though, it’s a very enjoyable experience. Let them out every once and a while to look out of the window of your car (make sure it’s close or you are driving really slow).

      My first rat’s name was Ruby. My current rats are Elsa and Paris. My next two rats will be named Pepsi and Basil. I like to use this website to find more unique name ideas.
      http://www.behindthename.com/

      Good luck with your new rats! If you give them plenty of love, they’ll give it right back!
      🙂

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    • Sam
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    Really Need Your Help Folks! :/? I have recently left school, and I have got no money, i live miles away from any town, i have got nothing to do, and there are no jobs. I keep applying for jobs but living miles away keeps being my failiure. I am trying to move out but that wont be happenin for ages. I passed my drivin test but cannot afford a car or the insurance. I feel ill with boredom, and i just keep feeling depressed playing on my laptop each day. I really need your help to give me advice on what i can do to enjoy life like i used to, maybe a way of making money, or a new hobby to occupy my mind before i move.
    Please, i could really do with your advice. Anything to do like making stuff, collecting stuff, i dont know, something that doesnt cost money but something i can do and look forward to etc.
    the sooner you can give me advice the better i will feel,
    Thanks, its really appreciated 🙂
    i am 18, i cant afford uni, but just done 6th form! 🙂
    thank you so much to ‘geek girl’ and the other answer, you have both been very helpful. i dunno how to use this yahoo answers, so i dont know how to reply etc! but really, thank you for taking time replying to me. it means a lot. 🙂
    should have said, i struggled through sixth form with the work load, and i need to stay local because of people and the area itself, but i did think about going, but it isnt ‘my scene’. 🙂 however, you ‘geek girl’, you mentioned about writing a review for companies, do you know of any websites, because i am good at writing reviews and analysis etc. any websites you know that pay you for writing reviews would be great, i cant seem to find any!!! 🙂 x

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      It sound silly but how about going back to school. I don’t know your age but you could go back to school or collage or go to university. You can go away and live there meaning that you can get a part time job or join the open university to keep you occupied.

      If not try learning a new language or writing a blog. One of my friends get money and different products from companies because she writes reviews on blogs. Depending on how good they are and how long they are you can get up to £200 per review. You can get money and fill your time without having to leave your house!!

      Look at the students Finance website. The aim is that everyone can afford to go to University. I couldn’t afford it either but with student finance England and some budgeting i’m able to go. Also online universities are cheaper.

      Good Luck!! 😀 xx

      This website shows sites which pays you to blog:
      http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/sites-that-pays-you-to-blog/

      Google “how to get paid for reviewing products”

      one of the websites that was recomended by my friend was:
      http://www.squidoo.com/expotvreviewer

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