Blog Posts by Taisha Sutton

  • Succeeding with PPC Advertising in 2012

    If you have had your eye on getting involved with PPC advertising in 2012, then that's great and you should do it. Many people are reluctant to spend the money to get the traffic - this is why they never do it. Actually, that should not be a concern and it is based on perhaps fear and the unknown. It is possible to lose money with PPC, but you have to be relatively ignorant to do this. Seriously, the most important aspect of PPC is managing your money and that is very easy to do. You almost have to try and lose money to actually do it. Surveys 4 Checks review

    When it comes to marketing and advertising, you really can't do too much testing. Every PPC campaign has a maximum leverage point - this is what you need to find. If you want to make sure your advertising campaigns are working properly, especially with PPC ads, Google Ace is the way to go. It is important to test keyword phrases, as well as the ad positioning that you are paying for. You want to use all of these options in

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  • Quiche Lorraine

    Quiche Lorraine

    It occurred to me a while ago that the site was missing a Quiche Lorraine recipe. Hah! An opportunity to cook bacon! (Like we don't get enough of those around here?) Culinary trends took an odd turn in the 70s when quiche gained the reputation of being a Ladies-who-lunch type of dish. Must have been because they took the bacon out and started putting everything else in (asparagus, goat cheese, mushrooms, heck, they even took out the crust.) But the mother of quiche recipes is the Quiche Lorraine, a light custard with lots of bacon in a buttery crust. In this version we've included some chopped chives because as of this writing it is springtime, and the chives are flourishing in the garden.

    If you've never made a quiche before, don't worry, it couldn't be easier. Especially if you're working with a prepared frozen crust. If not, it's still easy, it just takes more time and planning.

    Print Options Quiche Lorraine Recipe

    Onions or shallots can be used in place of the chives. Use about 1/2

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