5 Essential Tools For Pizza Delivery Drivers

A good mechanic uses good tools, and a good delivery driver should too. If you want to increase your pizza delivery tips and income, then you need tools that make your job easier.

A cell phone. Cell phones are pretty cheep and ubiquitous these days. They are also the most useful tool in the driver’s arsenal. If you like, you can call every single customer and let them know you’re on your way. If you’re lost, you can call for directions. If you have any problems, you can call your store. The list goes on and on. If most of your shifts are in the evening, you can probably save money by choosing a plan with free nights and weekends.

A log book with a folder. Use this to keep track of your good (and rotten) customers, your tips, gas receipts, auto maintenance receipts, etc. If you figure out any addressing weirdness for particular areas, note these as well. Over time you’ll collect a huge knowledge base. If you really like analyzing data, you can use this data to plug your tips into excel and make charts and graphs.

A good city map with sectors and an index. You can often find these at gas stations. If you like gadgets, you could also use a GPS device or an iPhone. Some cell phones even have a GPS map built in. Keep in mind, though, that your car is a target for robberies. Any digital goodies you have, you need to keep them safe.

An LED Flashlight. I like LED lights because they’re inexpensive, bright, and tend to last a long time. You’ll need this when you’re making deliveries, examining your car, whacking dogs over the head. I prefer a pocket size flashlight, but some drivers like the idea of a full baton-style maglite.

Leather gloves. These are great if you have to do any auto maintenance like changing a tire or checking your oil. Also, you’ll probably get gas at least once during your shift. Rather than get gas all over your hands, use these gloves to keep your hands clean and baby soft;)

These tools are only the essentials, the basics. If you want to learn about the other tools you can use to increase your pizza delivery income, then order Pizza Confidential today.

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Brett Favre’s Backups – Through The Years

Often times when a great player plays quarterback for one franchise for a very long time it is interesting to look at who played backup for him. Who developed into a starting quarterback of their own? Who had started at other places but was winding their career down here? Here we look at Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre’s backups through the years.

1992: Brett Comes To The Green Bay Packers

Backup: Don Majkowski (University of Virginia)

Majkowski had started for the Packers earlier in his career and later on would start games for the Indianapolis Colts, he would also appear in a few games for the Detroit Lions.

1993: Brett’s 2nd Year

Backup: Ty Detmer (Brigham Young University)

Detmer won the Heisman Trophy playing QB for the BYU Cougars and after backing up in Green Bay in 1993 and 1995 he would go on to start games for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1996 and 1997. He would also see playing time with San Francisco, Cleveland, and Detroit.

1994: Brett’s 3rd Year

Backup: Mark Brunell (University of Washington)

Probably the quarterback that played behind Favre and went on to the most success (so far), Mark Brunell would later start games for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington Redskins. Brunell made numerous Pro Bowl appearances, and in 1996 he led the league in total passing yards. Brunell also currently ranks in the all-time top 25 in the following categories: Passing attempts, passing completions, and passing yards.

1995: Brett’s 4th Year

Backup: Ty Detmer – See Above

Backup: Jim McMahon (Brigham Young University)

McMahon had already been a starting quarterback for most of his career and had won a Super Bowl with the 1985 Chicago Bears. He would also be a sometime starter with San Diego, Philadelphia, and Minnesota. He also spent time with the Arizona Cardinals briefly before spending his last two years in the league backing up in Green Bay.

Backup: T.J. Rubley (University of Tulsa)

Rubley had starting experience with the Los Angeles Rams in 1993 but his time with the 1995 Packers would be his last in the NFL.

1996: Brett and the Packers win the Super Bowl

Backup: Jim McMahon – See Above

Backup: Doug Pederson (NE Louisiana)

Pederson would go on to see time as the starting quarterback with Philadelphia and Cleveland in 1999 and 2000 respectively before returning to be the backup in Green Bay again for the 2001 through 2004 seasons.

1997: A Super Bowl Loss

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

Backup: Steve Bono (UCLA)

Bono had prior starting quarterback experience for both San Francisco and Kansas City. Earlier in his career he had backup experience with both Minnesota and Pittsburgh, and after this one season in Green Bay he would spend two more years in the league (backing up for the Rams and the Carolina Panthers) before retiring.

1998: Brett’s 7th Year and Mike Holmgren’s last year as the Packers head coach.

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

1999: Brett’s 8th Year and the one and only season Ray Rhodes was the head coach.

Backup: Matt Hasselbeck (Boston College)

Hasselbeck would go on to play for Holmgren in Seattle and lead the Seahawks to the Super Bowl, only to lose to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

2000: Brett’s 9th Year and Mike Sherman’s first year as head coach.

Backup: Matt Hasselbeck – See Above

2001: Brett’s 10th Year

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

2002: Brett’s 11th Year

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

2003: Brett’s 12th Year

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

2004: Brett’s 13th Year

Backup: Doug Pederson – See Above

Backup: Craig Nall (Northwestern State)

Nall would throw for four touchdowns in his only action in the NFL during this season. He would go on to backup Favre in 2005 before spending one final year as a backup in Buffalo.

Backup: J.T. O’Sullivan (University of California-Davis)

O’Sullivan saw no action for Green Bay other than two late game kneel downs, he didn’t see any playing action at all in 2005 or 2006, but has gotten on the field for the Detroit Lions during the 2007 season.

2005: Brett’s 14th Year

Backup: Craig Nall – See Above

Backup: Aaron Rodgers (University of California)

Rodgers is the current backup for Brett Favre and has been labeled the heir-apparent to take over after he retires ever since the Packers drafted him.

2006: Brett’s 15th Year and Mike McCarthy’s first season as head coach of the Packers.

Backup: Aaron Rodgers – See Above

Backup: Ingle Martin

Martin made it into the game for the final game of the year and handed the ball off one time and took two kneel downs.

2007: Brett’s 16th Year

Backup: Aaron Rodgers – See Above

There you have it, Brett Favre’s backups through the years. This is by no means definitive and focuses primarily on the quarterbacks who not only were on the roster but made it into the game at some point during the season.

A few observations:

Twice Favre had backups from small colleges in Louisiana (Favre’s home state), with Doug Pederson being from Northeast Louisiana and Craig Nall being from Northwestern State.

The Packers have had two different ex-BYU quarterbacks backup Brett (Jim McMahon and Ty Detmer). The quarterback who spent the most years as Brett Favre’s backup was Doug Pederson and he did it in two separate stints with the team (1996-1998 and 2001-2004).

Brett Favre himself was drafted by the Falcons, only to play sparingly and then be traded to the Packers in 1992. In 1993 the Packers drafted Mark Brunell who played sparingly for them and was then traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars where he went on to star for many years. He is one of the most durable quarterbacks the league will ever see, and these were the guys who backed him up.

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Online MOBA Games for Free

Are you looking for awesome online MOBA games for free? Have you heard of League of Legends? League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game where players get to choose a champion and play together on teams of 3-5 players. The objective changes based on what game mode your playing but the general basis of the game is trying to kill the opposing champions in order to push towards their base and eventually wipe out their command building (Nexus). The best part about this game? Well apart from being ridiculously fun it is also 100% free!

I have played a ton of video games and I have to say that League of Legends is by far the best online MOBA game for free that you can find right now. It’s user friendly interface and simple easy controls make it perfect for the beginner but it has enough depth to keep you from ever getting bored on your path to greatness. It also manages to combine the strategy element of real time strategy games with the fast, team based environment of first person shooters making it perfect for anyone who likes games from either genre!

How are the graphics you may ask? In my opinion the graphics are excellent. They can be turned either way up or way down allowing users with almost any kind of computer (except you dinosaurs that are still playing Red Alert 2 =P) to run it. They are also colorful and exciting, kind of like a much better version of Warcraft 2 for all you old timers. One things for certain. With the 80+ champions and the 3+ skins per champion it is going to be a long time before you even start to think of getting bored with the graphics.

Still don’t have you convinced? Well first let me assure you that out of all the online MOBA games for free this is definitely the best one you will find. The game play is awesome, the graphics are great, and the developers are constantly creating new content for the game! For example, this Halloween, Riot released 4 limited edition skins and changed the maps so there were pumpkins and ghosts all over them! Plus it is completely, 100% free. It is also not like other free games where paying subscribers gain in game advantages. There is no way to gain an in-game advantage in LoL from paying money. Everyone is on an equal footing.

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Calcio – A History of Corruption and Scandal

Italy, a country associated with fine wine, exquisite cuisine, beautiful women, and above all Calcio. The Italians are very passionate when it comes to the latter, but unfortunately their beloved game has a stark history of corruption, and scandal.

The recent Calciopli scandal that shock the football world in the summer of 2006, is just one incident in a long list of problems which has rocked Italian football (and in particular Serie A) since the English introduced the game to the Peninsula. Too many followers of Calcio, this recent scandal did not come as a shock, and in particular to Italians who have become accustomed to corruption, and scandal within their beloved game.

If you look as far back as 1926-27 (the Torino missing Scudetto incident), you will find that each proceeding decade contained at least one event that was surrounded in corruption or scandal. The majority of Italian fans have grown accustomed to this, and are generally not shocked when a new story hits the headlines. It is as though it has become part of Calcio in the peninsula.

There is a theory in Italy that players, officials (and similar) do not fix matches, but rather twist the concept of match fixing – and this is seen as the norm by everyone involved in Calcio. It is hard to explain what I mean when I state they twist the concept of match fixing, but I will try and explain it with a few examples.

It is not easy to fix a soccer match, as all of the games are public events, played in front of crowds (and sometimes TV cameras); with at least three match officials, twenty-two players, two managers, coaching staff etc. There are various ways of getting around fixing a particular result, and it is kind of a tacit agreement over a result. The lower echelon of Italian soccer is renowned for this kind of agreement, and it is also common place at the end of season in Serie A. So what is this agreement? In essence it is ‘settling for a draw’.

Deliberately settling for a draw where the result ensures some mutual benefit to both parties is common in Italy, and since nothing has officially been agreed, nothing can ever be proved. Various bookmakers are aware of this, and you will generally see very short odds on a 0-0 result, or a straight draw.

An alleged recent example can be seen on the last matchday of the 2006/07 Serie B season, when third placed Genoa entertained second placed Napoli. Napoli just needed a point for automatic promotion, and Genoa would join them if they finished 10 points above fourth placed Piacenza. A goalless draw between the pair followed, and was enough to guarantee them both promotion to Serie A.

Towards the end of the 2004/05 Serie A season, both clubs from Rome were facing a relegation battle. At the start of the derby match, both clubs appeared to try, before several conversations took place on the pitch. The result? Only six shots were managed in the entire match, and the game ended 0-0 (a result which helped both clubs).

Even though the Italians accept this as part and parcel of Calcio, they were on the brunt end of a similar alleged result in Euro 2004. Due to UEFA taking head-to-head into consideration (before overall goal difference when ranking teams level on points), a situation arose in Group C where Sweden and Denmark only needed a high scoring draw in order for them both to progress. The match surprisingly finished 2-2, which was a sufficiently high score line to eliminate the Italians (who had lower-scoring draws with both the Swedes and Danes). It was quite ironic that the Italian fans contended the result, stating that the FIFA tie-breaker should have been used, as it would have stopped the Scandinavians half-heartedly playing out the match after the score became 2-2.

Another example of alleged match fixing can generally be seen (again) on the last matchday of the season. Generally a ‘big club’ (with nothing to play for), is playing a ‘small club’ (fighting a relegation battle), and the ‘small club’ usually get a favourable result (one which they normally would not achieve during the course of the season). Inevitably this leads to accusations of match fixing, but this is usually not the case, and it is another form of twisting the original concept.

So why is this not classed as match fixing? The answer is simple – no one expects the ‘big club’ to try to hard (especially in a match that is meaningless). This is worrying, but followers of Calcio have come to accept this.

On the last matchday in Serie A for the 2006/07 season, Reggina needed a victory to be certain of avoiding relegation, and they faced an AC Milan side guaranteed Champions League football. The result? A 2-0 home win for Reggina which guaranteed their safety.

Same season, but this time the example comes from Serie B. Spezia need a victory to be certain of avoiding relegation, and they faced a daunting away trip to Juventus, who had not lost at home all season (but were already guaranteed promotion). The result? A 3-2 win for Spezia which guaranteed their safety. The theory behind the above examples is simple – why try so hard, especially when you have nothing to play for?

The above examples have all been accepted as part and parcel of Calcio, but in some cases the authorities have clamped down, and punished the various parties involved in the scandal. Some of the most famous scandals have made world headlines in the soccer world, and the first of these dates back to the late 1920s.

The 1927 scudetto was taken away from Torino, after an alleged scandal involving their bitter rivals, Juventus. An enquiry found that Juventus defender, Luigi Allemandi, had been bribed by a Torino official, before the derby (for a sum of 50,000 lire). Torino were stripped of their first title, and surprisingly no one was awarded the 1927 scudetto.

In the summer of 2006, an alleged match fixing scandal hit the headlines, named Moggiopoli, after the Juventus general manager. The scandal was uncovered by the Italian police, implicating league champions Juventus, and other major teams including AC Milan, Fiorentina, Lazio, and Reggina;when a number of telephone interceptions showed a thick network of relations between team managers and referee organisations. The teams involved in the scandal had been accused of rigging games, by selecting favourable referees. Juvetus were stripped of their scudetto, relegated, and docked points, whilst the other clubs involved had various points deducted.

To the majority of followers of Calcio, this did not come as a major shock, as many fans regard the referee as corrupt (unless proven otherwise). There are various (well known) examples of refereeing decisions which fans class as corrupt, as they decided key matches, or decided a scudetto: Maurizio Turone’s disallowed goal for Roma against Juventus in 1981; Fiorentina’s loss in the 1982 scudetto; Inter and Ronaldo’s lost penalty, against Juventus, in 1998.

There are hundreds of examples of alleged match fixing, throughout the history of Calcio, and there are various scandals which have come to light, which have been uncovered by the authorities. It seems that followers of Calcio have come to accept this over the years, and it is part of the mentality of the nation to accept corruption.

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Isolation: Another Weapon in the Abuser’s Arsenal

Very recently, I received an e-mail from the sister of an abuse victim. It seems the writer’s abusive brother-in-law has instigated hostilities between himself and his victim-wife and her family. At one point, he threatened to seek a restraining order against his wife’s parents, and they no longer have contact with her. As a result of this craziness, the victim’s family is strongly considering relinquishing the poor woman to her chosen fate based on their belief that she is either apathetic or condones the abuser’s behaviors.

The victim’s sister contacted me in an effort to better understand why her sister would accept these happenings. She provided some background and then posed these questions to me:

«When you were in your abusive relationship – were you cruel also? This has been going on for two years. I’m starting not to care about her – she’s a faint memory and the pain they have both caused – well her own parents are shut down and done. If you shut off family – did they take you back?»

The situation she and her parents are facing is all too familiar. Isolation is one of many powerful weapons in the abuser’s arsenal. The questions are good ones that call me back to darker days. For abusers will almost always incrementally work to separate their victims from many, if not most, means of emotional support – friends, acquaintances, co-workers, and particularly family members.

Isolation gives the abuser control over his victim’s comings and goings. His needs and desires take priority, while his victim becomes his trembling lapdog. She becomes ever more dependent upon him for the smallest measure of attention, approval and sustenance. The victim becomes wholly preoccupied with what she must do to gain his favor on a moment-by-moment basis to avoid inconveniencing him, to avert his wrath.

If that means she must prove her loyalty by disowning her family, she will. She cannot afford to risk giving him anything less than everything he asks, no matter how her heart breaks. She has already been taught to doubt her own emotions and convictions, and because of the intensity of his convictions, she chooses to believe that his contorted version of truth must somehow be true.

What the victim doesn’t realize is that she has been set up. The abuser is terrified of the possibility of losing control. Because family members could expose him and empower her if they catch wind of his maltreatment, estrangement between victim and potential rescuers is critical. To that end, he must create a scenario that allows him to secure her absolute loyalty while alienating her from those who could pose a threat to his fiefdom.

Over time, the abuser lays the groundwork of getting his victim to doubt her own judgment while convincing her that he is actually her protector, that she owes him her allegiance, and that her family cannot be trusted. Then, he will exploit any scenario that pits him against her relatives, sets himself up as the innocent party, and forces her to choose.

I know. I’ve been there.

Upon reading the writer’s heart-wrenching e-mail, I was burdened by the full weight of her question: «… were you ever cruel?» And in that moment I buried my face in my hand and broke into tears. The simplest answer: Yes, I was.

Although I wasn’t deliberately hostile, many years ago I did the exact same thing the writer’s sister has done. I stood by my abuser out of a sense of obligation and what I hoped would be perceived as confirmation of my loyalty – and turned my back on my family.

My history provides a spot-on example of the abuser’s successful use of isolation as a means of maintaining his domination. My husband had begun to drop offensive remarks about my family – my parents and sisters and their families who had been there for us, people with whom we had enjoyed barbecues and birthdays and Christmases. He began to insist that my family members were nothing more than a bunch of sick, selfish back-biters who hated and used us. He sowed the seeds of discontent for years, and following a major family fight that he initiated, he told me we bluntly that we would no longer have anything to do with them.

Most of my family members live in very close proximity to us, and our kids were close to their grandparents and cousins. Nevertheless, believing I was honoring my marriage vows and his demands for submission, I honored his demands and grieved in painful silence.

Occasionally I petitioned him to consent to meet with a counselor so that we could work out our differences, but he would have nothing of it. It would be a waste of time because he already knew he was in the right. He forbade me and the kids from seeing anyone on my side of the family. I was not allowed to mention their names.

My sisters tried to maintain contact with me, and I would speak to them in business-like terms and tell them I couldn’t see or talk to them. A couple of years later, I convinced my husband to go to counseling with me regarding the situation in the context of our children’s family relationships. In counseling, I agreed not to see my family if he would only allow the kids to have a relationship with their grandparents and cousins. Although it would have been preferable if the counselor had probed deeper into the problems that plagued our relationship, at least she supported my request in light of the children’s desires. She urged him to allow limited contact, and he finally agreed. My family was very happy to receive our kids back into their loving circle.

Later still, my mother initiated counseling with my husband. He went out of obligation but received none of her efforts to reach an agreement or reconcile and their session ended with him storming out of the counselor’s office. I honestly don’t remember how long it was before I was allowed to spend any time with my family again.

When I finally left my abuser, my step-dad and mother took my kids and me in. I began to share some of the dreadful secrets I had carried during my marriage, and they asked me later why I stood by him all those years. The truth was that I felt I had no other choice. Under the directives of the church and in an effort to go to every length to save my marriage, I did what I thought I was supposed to do. But, I know now that it was crazy. It was sick. It was wrong.

Abusers know how to keep us walking on eggshells, living in subservience, swirling around them in their narcissistic universe. They know how to indoctrinate us in the art of unbalanced, ungodly submission. As victims, we attempt to survive based on the premise that a predator is less likely to eat prey that lies still…

I know now that isolation holds us captive and dependent and leads to a slow and lonely emotional death. Abusers know this. They don’t care.

Surely, if I could undo my many foolish decisions I would. But, I can’t. What I can do is move beyond my failures and into what God really has and wants for me. Any measure of regret I carry has been eclipsed by the joy of knowing that, with God’s help, I broke free, saw the truth, and am now in a position to help others to identify the abuser’s tactics and then encourage them to follow my example – by getting out and discovering that this life was never meant to be lived in isolation.

«Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget none of His benefits; who pardons all your iniquities, who heals all your diseases; who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with lovingkindness and compassion; who satisfies your years with good things, so that your youth is renewed like the eagle.» Psalm 103:2-5

Amen and Amen.

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A Guide to Booking Arsenal Tickets to Watch Arsenal

A new coaching establishment, new strategy, new Emirates playground, and inclusion of fresh and talented players are some strong elements that have fashioned the Arsenal FC into the most capable team in the Premier League. With legendary players like Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil, Lucas Perez, Bergkamp, Pires, and Henry, the football club continues to lead the English Premier League events.

Watching Arsenal players live in action is now no longer a fantasy for the enthusiasts like you, as the Arsenal tickets are now available easily and affordably at some reliable websites. You don’t need to worry at all if you want to live up the electrifying experience at Emirates stadium.

Where to buy Arsenal tickets:

Since the Arsenal tickets for sale are always in high demand, it is somehow challenging for the fans to buy a ticket from the official channel. But there are some reliable and promising third-party online ticket franchises that offer football tickets, along with the customer services. And if you go through the manner how they deliver tickets online, you will find the following worthwhile benefits:

• Safe and secure transaction

• 100% delivery on time

• Money back assurance

• Real-time mechanism to process your bookings

• Last minute booking facility

So, you don’t need to worry if you couldn’t book your ticket on the official website – you can reliably head towards the secondary ticket suppliers to book your Arsenal match tickets.

How to buy tickets:

Purchasing tickets for the Arsenal events is somehow easier and more convenient for the audiences who own a membership. The official window goes live two months before for the Silver Members.

Type of membership is the only thing that lets you buy Arsenal match tickets online. If you want to get a quick and early access to the online ticket inventory, then you would better to have a membership. It is important to remember that all the Arsenal tickets for football matches are sold out within minutes once the ticket booking window goes live.

In such condition, you can avail the last-minute-booking facility at the third-party website where the process is quite simple and convenient.

Get a membership at the outset for cheap and early tickets:

Before you choose an online destination to book your tickets, you need to get a membership first. Visit the official website and earn a membership to have a direct access to a selection of exclusive advantages like priority ticket access, subscription to Arsenal Player, a welcome offer, and much more.

• Online booking:

It’s the most practiced manner to buy Arsenal tickets, and it provides the utmost conveniences while you book your seat. All members are required to provide their 7-digit membership number, subsequent to credit/debit card details.

Every member is allowed to book maximum four tickets. Once the transaction is successful, the ticket is delivered electronically to the registered email ID.

• Telephone ticket booking:

Telephone ticket booking does also go through a simple and flawless process. Here in this way, you will have to dial a number and follow the instructions right from providing your membership number to the credit/debit card details. And once the procedure completes, you will get a confirmation email with the seat details.

How non-member audiences can get the ticket:

There is the least possibility for non-member audiences to get the Arsenal tickets as the tickets are always in high demand. It is subject to the availability if there is any ticket available after selling to the members.

So why wait! Simply get the membership and ensure your presence in the stadium to cheer up every single moment with thousands of Arsenal fans.

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The 3 Biggest Names This World Cup

Are you totally ignorant about football? Know nothing about the beautiful game? With the 2010 Fifa World Cup just round the corner, here you 3 of the biggest names on show. Learn them and not be left out of the conversation.

1) Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi is the 2009 European and World Footballer of the Year and one of the most skillful footballers in the world. Only 22, his dribbling skills have earned him comparisons with the great Diego Maradona. Messi has just completed a fantastic season for Barcelona, helping them retain the league title. Many fans feel that it’s a matter of time before Messi is elevated to the true greats of football, joining the likes of Pele and Maradona. However, in order to reach such heights, Messi must first win the World Cup. Will he be able to do so in South Africa this June? Messi has never been able to replicate his form for Argentina but is well poised to do so in the grandest stage of all.

2) Cristiano Ronaldo

Love him or hate him, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most well known footballers today. Ronaldo shot to fame with his transfer to Manchester United in 2003 and won the coveted Champions League with the Red Devils in 2008. A dazzling dribber, Ronaldo is also an accomplished scorer and header of the ball. The 2009 World Player of the Year, Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid in 2009 for a world record 80 million pounds and narrowly missed out on the league title with his new club. The biggest star in a skill Portuguese team, Ronaldo is already assured of his place as one of the greatest footballers of all time.

3) Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney, only 24, is England’s biggest star. His rise has been meteoric, becoming the youngest player to score in the Premier League in 2002, breaking Arsenal’s then unbeaten spell. His subsequent transfer from Everton to Manchester United has seen him pick up numerous accolades such as the 2010 Players’ Player of the Year. Known for this aggressive running and never say die attitude, Rooney has had his best season so far and is so important to England that then manager Sven Goran Eriksson took him to the 2006 World Cup even though he wasn’t fully fit. Having tarnished his last World Cup appearance by getting sent off against Portugal for a stamp on Ricardo Carvalho, Rooney has improved his temperament and is in good form for the World Cup.

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Why Do You Need SEO or PPC Services?

SEO and PPC Services are very important to the success of any internet website. If you wish to make money online, especially through advertising, then you will never be able to do so without the right SEO services or PPC services to back you up. This is because of the fact that all websites make money through online traffic. The more people visit your website and click on the links and ads, the more money you will make. This means it is very important for your website to have a clear idea in terms of what it is about. Once you know what the website is about, then it is a matter of attracting people who are interested in that subject matter.

The only way most people search for websites is through search engines. They go on Google, Yahoo !, or Bing to find websites related to the topic they want information about. That is why your website must be SEO optimized, and this can only be done by a writer who is a SEO specialist. Only through good SEO services will you be able to get articles and information on your website that will show up on search engines. You want your website to appear near the top, or as close to the top, for any number of keywords related to the topic. For example, if your article is about Manchester United, the famous English soccer team, then you would want "Manchester United", "MUFC", "Man Utd", "Man U", "soccer", and "football" to be used a number of times in the articles on your website. Only then will people who search for any of these keywords end up on your page. Otherwise, you could have a great website but no one will ever visit it, and you will not make any money from it either.

PPC services are just as important, because the best way to make money through websites is by pay per click advertising. This advertising is special because you get to put the ads on your website for free, usually through a program such as Google AdSense, and then you get a share of the profits every time someone clicks on one of those links. This way, you are making money without having to spend very much. But again, it is best to have a PPC specialist who can help you decide which types of ads are best for your website, and which types are unlikely to get any clicks.

If you have a football, or soccer, website, then it is no good having ads about beauty products or spa treatments. You want ads that are related, that your viewers will want to click on and learn more about. That way, you will stand a far greater chance of making money on your website. Only the right PPC services can give you that information.

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