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Sample 1 - Adult Acne and Solutions

You probably have moments when you want to look your absolute best. Maybe you have a big date, want to attract someone special or your job depends on your appearance. The need to look attractive extends across all cultures and countries. No one in the world wants acne.

How Acne Affects Adults

The dermatology journal “Dermatologic Therapy” reported on how acne or remaining acne scars hurt adult interactions. For instance, do you know that job candidates with acne or acne scars are likely to do poorly in job interviews?

Research shows that many employers, and a large percent of the public, perceive attractive people as more intelligent and competent. People with clear skin and good looks have a higher success rate when it comes to jobs and promotions. That works against adults with acne. That’s unfair – but it’s reality.

According to the McKinley Health Center at The University of Illinois, acne is the most common skin disease in the world. It’s estimated that 80 percent to 95 percent of all teenagers develop acne at some point. Acne follows some of them into adulthood.

At Home Acne Treatments

The goal of acne treatment is to reduce symptoms, prevent scarring and reduce the chances of more breakouts. A dermatologist can prescribe an acne medication, but there are ways to treat acne without a prescription.

There are ways to decrease your chances of developing acne. If you already have it, then you can take steps to lower the number of outbreaks you have. Here are some things you should do to protect your skin:

1. Use a benzoyl peroxide medication. Benzoyl peroxide is in most over the counter and prescription acne medications. It kills the bacteria that cause acne, removes excess oil from the skin and keeps dead skin cells from clogging the pores. It’s effective in keeping acne under control.

2. Keep your face clean. Washing the skin removes dead skin cells and oils that clog the pores. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not dirt that leads to acne. Oil is the culprit. Having oil filled pores can lead to inflammation that develops into acne.

Washing your face once or twice a day should do the trick. Avoid harsh scrubbing because that worsens acne.

3. Use hypoallergenic products. Some shampoos, sunscreens and cosmetics irritate sensitive skin. Hypoallergenic products are less likely to cause allergic reactions. This alone won’t prevent acne, but it will keep a bad situation from becoming worse.

4. Relax. Stress does not cause acne, but it makes the situation worse. According to the McKinley Health Center at the University of Illinois, failing to get enough sleep and dealing with large amounts of stress worsens even a mild case of acne.

5. Avoid picking or squeezing blackheads or whiteheads. This can damage the skin and lead to permanent scarring. If the growths bother you, then have a dermatologist perform an extraction or use over the counter medications to help the problem.

If your acne is untreatable without a prescription medication, then it’s time to see a dermatologist. Acne doesn’t have to ruin your life. Seek the help you need and give acne the boot.


Sample 2 - Uncover the Truth about 3 High Blood Pressure Myths

More than 73 million Americans have high blood pressure. The condition, known as hypertension, is a silent killer because most people don’t know they have it.

Hypertension is a leading cause of stroke and heart disease – both of which are potentially fatal. The condition is deadly, and you should take it seriously. However, hypertension takes a toll on your peace of mind when you constantly worry about a heart attack or stroke.

There are several myths that – if you believe them – will cause you stress and mental anguish. The last thing you need is something else to stress out about. Take a moment now to learn the truth about some myths that can ruin your peace.

Myth 1. A migraine headache indicates an impending stroke.

This myth is popular among people with and without hypertension. It’s true a severe headache can mean you’re having a stroke – but it’s unlikely if you’re on blood pressure medication or are taking steps to keep your pressure under control.

The “migraine equals stroke” myth became popular following the death of President Franklin Roosevelt in 1945. He complained of a terrible headache, and died shortly afterwards from a massive stroke.

Roosevelt learned of his hypertension in 1937 – and his pressure sometimes went as high as 260/150. It’s important to know that Roosevelt had several illnesses – including bronchitis, congestive heart failure and paralysis from polio. A healthy pressure is between 120/80 and 90/60. The president’s numbers were abnormally high – even for a person with hypertension.

Roosevelt had a migraine before his stroke, but that doesn’t mean it will happen to you. If it puts you at ease, keep a home blood pressure monitor within reach. Take your pressure when you get a bad headache, and get help if the numbers are abnormally high.

Myth 2. When you feel ill, it means your pressure is making you sick.

Not true at all. It’s likely your discomfort is causing your pressure to spike. Your body releases adrenaline when you feel pain or illness. The adrenaline gets your heart pumping, and raises your blood pressure.

You might experience this adrenaline rush when you face anything that causes pain or discomfort. Taking your pressure during this time is likely to produce an elevated reading.

The reading is high because your discomfort affects your pressure – not the other way around.

If you feel ill all of a sudden, then you can check your pressure if you want. However, if you’re showing symptoms of another illness, such as a cold or the flu, it’s likely the illness has affected your pressure.

Myth 3. If you have hypertension, then you should check your blood pressure daily.

Most healthcare professionals agree checking your pressure once a week is enough.

Your pressure changes from minute to minute. You might have a pressure of 138/75 at 1pm, and show a pressure of 125/90 at 2pm. That’s why it’s often good to track your average blood pressure.

Take your pressure once a week and average your results at the end of the month. If your average pressure is high, then it means your hypertension medicine or control methods aren’t working.

At Home Care

Monitoring your pressure with a blood pressure monitor is important, but you should do it in a healthy manner. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and taking medication when necessary is much better than stressing out over erroneous myths.


Sample 3 - Ravelry Pattern and Copyright Musings (Blog Post)

I just spent more than an hour browsing patterns on Ravelry. There are just so many to look at, and I want to see them all. It’s like an addiction. I get lost in the pattern section for hours at a time.

Most patterns on Ravelry are great and easy to follow. It’s fortunate that so many knitters and crocheters are willing to share their patterns. But in some cases, the designer might leave steps out, assuming any crocheter or knitter knows what to do.

You might also come across patterns that have mistakes or are written in a confusing manner. I’ve come across a few like that, only to learn what the problem is after I run to the Ravelry forums crying for help.

Some designers also restrict what you can do with your finished item. Much confusion surrounds this topic, so I went in search of some concrete answers.

The Copyright Issue

The United States Copyright Office has a document called “Copyright Registration for the Works of Visual Arts.” I’m not a lawyer, but I read the document, and it clears up much of the confusion surrounding the issue of patterns and copyright.

You’ll see that the document specifically mentions “patterns for sewing, knitting, crochet or needlework” under the Works of Visual Arts section.

The document states that a designer can’t legally stop people from selling items made from a pattern if the item is considered a “useful article”.

An exception is if the pattern contains a copyrighted image, such as a cartoon or movie character. If the image is copyrighted, then you don’t have the legal right to sell anything that has the copyrighted image on it.

The designer has the legal copyright to the actual pattern, and can prohibit people from copying, distributing or selling the actual pattern. But anyone that buys the pattern has the legal right to sell the item they make from the pattern – unless the item has a copyrighted image.

The United States Copyright Office also has a document called “Copyright Law of the United States.” Chapter 13 – Protection of Original Designs, states that designs can’t be copyrighted if they contain geometric figures, shapes, patterns or configurations that are standard, common, ordinary or prevalent.

Honor the Designer’s Wishes

I generally avoid patterns that say you can’t sell the finished item. I know it’s not enforceable by law, but I think it’s fair to honor the designer’s wishes. I’m not good enough to sell anything, but if I ever get that good, I don’t want restrictions on what I do with items I make.

Feel free to tell other pattern designers, knitters and crocheters about The United States Copyright Office’s documents “Copyright Registration for the Works of Visual Arts” and “Copyright Law of the United States.”


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Hey Michelle,

How's your knowledge of the IM niche?

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Hi Freddie,

IM topics I've researched and written about include: affiliate marketing, autoresponders, email marketing, membership websites, Wordpress, ebook creation, article marketing and article syndication. Those are the topics with which I'm most familiar.
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Here's an article I wrote for myself a few years ago.

Internet Marketing Strategies For Your Affiliate Marketing Business
By Michelle Strait


A good way to grow your affiliate marketing business is by giving away a free report. Many affiliate marketers use this approach. Unfortunately, many of them forget about the marketing part of the equation.

The truth is a free report is useless if no one reads it. And no one will read it unless you've mapped out a good internet marketing strategy.

Affiliate marketers give away free reports for a number of reasons. But the main reason is to inform the public about a product or service. It helps to give free information so people can decide if they want to spend their hard earned money on you. Million dollar companies do it all the time. A good example is Adobe, which offers free trials for all of its software.

If you've written a free report, but have no idea what to do with it, this article can help. Here are three internet marketing strategies to consider:

1. Write for print publications. If you're a fairly good writer, consider writing for print publications. Get a copy of the Writer's Market and find some magazines related to your product or service.

Writing for a print magazine helps you in two ways: 1. It helps you position yourself as an expert. Being published in a national or local magazine gives you instant credibility. Products or services that can include "as seen on" or "as seen in" as a selling point usually do well; and 2. If the magazine allows it, you can mention your website in the author's bio. This publicity will pay generously if your target audience reads the magazine.

2. Pay-Per-Click Advertising. This strategy is risky, but it works when done correctly. It's risky because you pay a fee each time a person clicks your ad on a website or search engine. If you're not careful you can lose hundreds of dollars. Research this strategy carefully before giving it a try.

3. Press Releases. A well-written press release can lead to a lot of media attention. As long as your product or service is newsworthy, you can create a press release for it. The release needs to make it clear how people will benefit from your offer. Finish up with an invitation to your free report. A press release isn't an advertisement, so it should read like a news article.

Some of these marketing strategies may not fit your situation. But you can try them all to see which works best.

And remember, just because a strategy worked once doesn't mean it will work all the time. As long as you have multiple strategies in your arsenal, you'll have something to fall back on in. So get out there and start marketing your free report. You'll benefit in the long run.
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Hi Michelle, are you comfortable being a ghost blogger? I am looking for a ghost blogger to write regular blogs for a few of my blogs.

Do you have experience writing for travel niche?

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Originally Posted by p4tricia View Post

Hi Michelle, are you comfortable being a ghost blogger? I am looking for a ghost blogger to write regular blogs for a few of my blogs.

Do you have experience writing for travel niche?

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Hi,

I do have experience as a ghost blogger, but not in the travel niche. I've never written for that niche. I used to travel a lot when I lived in NY, now I'm wondering why I never wrote about it!
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Originally Posted by Michelle Strait View Post

Hi,

I do have experience as a ghost blogger, but not in the travel niche. I've never written for that niche. I used to travel a lot when I lived in NY, now I'm wondering why I never wrote about it!
Hey Michelle, do you write for the fat loss niche? I do have an outline, what kind of price for a 50-100 page book?

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Michelle,

Do you write on the law of attraction?
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