The revenue-sharing content website industry has grown into a multi-billion dollar a year online business. These are websites (sites) that offer interesting or needed information to readers who visit their online pages but who at the same time, sell advertising units, which appear as ads around each piece of content they display (i.e. articles, audios, photos or videos). This system can be very beneficial to content contributors but much of this depends on what websites one decides to register-with and the level of quality content submissions one has. In some cases, less-reputable or dishonest revenue sharing websites have done disservice to their contributors, by discontinuing revenue-sharing after gleaning massive amounts of content from them, by canceling contributor´s memberships for bogus reasons or by unrightfully penalizing the revenue shares of members. In the chapters of this audiobook, I address these types of issues and offer recommendations for choosing revenue sharing sites that can be beneficial rather than negative experiences for content contributors. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kerri Parr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015000/bk_acx0_015000_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Two volumes of elementary piano duets for students of all ages. Both parts are equal in difficulty and utilize simple rhythms and positions. Some primo parts can also be played on their own as solos! The wide variety of styles presented in these three books makes them perfect for recitals, sight reading or just for fun!
My First Bilingual Book-Sharing (English-Korean): Milet Publishing
Here´s what you´ll get with this three-audiobook package: Lying and Telling the Truth, Part I: Lying is when you say something that isn´t true but convince people it is. For instance, you may tell your mom your baby brother took the cookie from the cookie jar when in fact it was you who really took the cookie from the cookie jar. You probably told your mom it was your baby brother (or in some cases, baby sister). They took the cookie from the cookie jar so you wouldn´t get in trouble for stealing the cookie before dinnertime. You may not get in trouble for taking the cookie. But if your mom believes you, then it will be your baby brother or sister who gets in trouble for taking the cookie. This is why it is always important to tell the truth, because even though telling a lie may keep you from getting in trouble, it generally means someone else is going to get in trouble for the lie you told, not to mention they will have their feelings hurt. Lying and Telling the Truth, Part II: Let´s get curious about lying and telling the truth together; curiosity makes reading and learning super fun for everyone. You’ve probably heard it said plenty of times that lying is a bad thing to do. But why? Sometimes it may seem that a teeny, tiny lie could get you out of big trouble, and it wouldn’t really hurt anyone - so if that’s the case, what’s wrong with lying? This in-depth report on lying is kid-friendly and fun, packed with real-life examples on the dangers of not telling the truth. What may seem like a harmless lie can actually hurt a lot of people - including yourself - and turn out much worse in the end than if you had just told the truth to begin with! Is it ever okay to lie in any situation? This is the place to find out! Sharing: Learning to share is a very important part of growing up. It helps young people to develop empathy and understanding, not to me... 1. Language: English. Narrator: TJ Spehar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/124672/bk_acx0_124672_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Sharing Economy Handbook - Everything You Need To Know About Sharing Economy: Jermaine Higgins
New Multinational Network Sharing: