➽US:5 EU:34CN:35Foot Length:22-22.5cm/8.7-8.9″ ➽US:5.5EU:35CN:36Foot Length:22.5-23cm/8.9-9.1″ ➽US:6 EU:36CN:37Foot Length:23-23.5cm/9.1-9.3″ ➽US:6.5EU:37CN:38Foot Length:23.5-24cm/9.3-9.5″ ➽US:7 EU:38CN:39Foot Length:24-24.5cm/9.5-9.7″ ➽US:7.5EU:39CN:40Foot Length:24.5-25cm/9.7-9.9″ ➽US:8 EU:40CN:41Foot Length:25-25.5cm/9.9-10.1″ ➽US:8.5EU:41CN:42Foot Length:25.5-26cm/10.1-10.3″ ➽NOTE: Mansual measurement may exist 1~3cm differenceDue to lighting effects, monitor’s brightness / contrast settings etc, there could be some slight differences in the color tone of the pictures and the actual item If you [More]
If you are master at creating PowerPoints or your business is well suited to that sort of presentation, then Slideshare is a free social website that you have to keep in mind when it comes to marketing. SlideShare presentations are public, searchable and shareable by anyone. SlideShare makes your presentations compatible on all viewing formats. This site boasts a pretty respectable 60 million monthly users.
The most famous classified site in Canada to find a wide range of deals on local items from clothes to cars to apartments. The classified advertising service connects with local buyers and sellers, and shop through hundreds of categories. KiJiJi classified services are now available for more than 300 cities in Canda, Italy, Hong Kong, Taiwan and United States.
I hate craigslist! No rhyme or reason for flagging my ads. Really sad that some loser can screw up your account, and ruin your livelihood. Craigslist could care less! Even when you post compliant ads and begin being hassled by some random idiot flagging your ads down, craigslist assumes that you must be doing something wrong, so they ghost your ads. What a crock that is! I can't wait to see craigslist go down!
You’re in business, but that means very little if you have no customers. Some forms of business automatically attract customers like word of mouth, they are few and far between and this is probably not true for your business. Word of mouth comes from actually having customers, to then go and talk to others about their experience with your business.
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