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 #1 Survival Straw Water Filter, World's Smallest Filter In A Straw!


#1 Survival Straw Water Filter, World’s Smallest Filter In A Straw!


$22.97


Love it You can tell the water is clean! Really light and small Easy to carry Impressed by the size and quality! The amount of water it can purify is amazing A definite must have!! The Revolution is here H2O Xtreme is Unlike ANYTHING You ve Seen Before Are YOU ready?*Protect Yourself & Your Family*What happens if you and your family are caught in a disaster? What if your drinking water runs out? Give your family the peace of mind in knowing that you ll be able to convert contaminated water into safe drinking water in any situation!*Instant Filtering. Superb Protection. Built to Last.*Our state-of-the-art filtration technology is lab tested and meets EPA & FDA standards, ensuring that you re 100% protected with a quality product! The instant, powerful filtration reduces contaminants (chlorine, metals, hydrogen sulphide, arsenic, fungus, algae, e. coli, and more) in water giving you the BEST protection you need no matter what life throws at you!*Love It Or Your Money Back!* If you don t love your experience with our simple and practical solution to clean drinking water we ll give you your money back! If you ve tried other products (even other water filters) but weren t happy with the results you NEED to give ours a try!Click Add to Cart to protect yourself and your family from unclean water & be prepared! *BONUS*: Order NOW and receive a protective carrying case ($8.99 Value) + our Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee ($12.99 Value) for FREE!CAUTION: After browsing other water filter straws online, other vendors are selling LOWER quality, imitation products. Don t be fooled!

 1962 Comics Characters Debuts: Spider-Man, Doctor Doom, Hulk, Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Thor, Loki, Rick Jones, Henry Pym, Metal Men, Flash Thompson


1962 Comics Characters Debuts: Spider-Man, Doctor Doom, Hulk, Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Thor, Loki, Rick Jones, Henry Pym, Metal Men, Flash Thompson


$38.87


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Spider-Man, Doctor Doom, Hulk, Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Thor, Loki, Rick Jones, Henry Pym, Metal Men, Flash Thompson, Lucifer, Doctor Light, Chronos, Doctor Polaris, Thunderbolt Ross, Puppet Master, Felix Faust, Will Magnus, Liz Allan, Sonar, Burglar, Betty Ross, Ringmaster, Ultra Boy, Alicia Masters, Floronic Man, Solar, Abra Kadabra, Egghead, G.i. Robot, Bluebird, Ant-Man, Chemo, Stel, Jane Foster, Demons Three, Superman Revenge Squad, Quex-Ul, Polka-Dot Man, Luma Lynai, Qwsp, Epoch. Excerpt: Abra Kadabra Abra Kadabra is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain in the DC Comics universe and an enemy of the Flash. He first appeared in Flash #128 (May 1962) and was created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino. Fictional character biography The Flash #133 (December, 1962), cover art by Carmine Infantino Abra Kadabra is from the 64th century, at a time when science has made stage magic obsolete. However, he desires a career as a performing magician, so he goes back in time to find an audience to entertain and soon clashes with the Flash (Barry Allen ). He is an actual sorcerer. In one of his many confrontations with the Flash, Abra Kadabra’s technology is damaged and his body becomes insubstantial and wraith-like. After his body is returned to normal, he is captured by a bounty hunter named Peregrine, and returned to his native century to serve a death sentence, although he is saved by the Flash before he can be executed. Shortly after returning to the 21st century, during the Underworld Unleashed storyline, he forgoes his technological implements and tricks five rogues into selling their souls to Neron so he can gain genuine magical powers. Abra Kadabra later kidnapped Linda Park, the girlfriend of Wally West (Barry Allen’s protege and successor), during their

 2012 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market


2012 Artist’s & Graphic Designer’s Market


$34.99


NEW LOOK, NEW FEATURES, UPDATED RESOURCES: ALL THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL ART CAREER!2012 Artist’s & Graphic Designer’s Market is the must-have reference guide for emerging artists, who want to establish a successful career in fine art, illustration, cartooning or graphic design. For years, artists have relied on us to help them find new markets and navigate the changing business landscape. The 2012 Artist’s & Graphic Designer’s Market introduces a whole host of new features and guarantees the most up-to-date, individually verified listings possible.In addition to the 100% updated market listings, artists will find new resources they’ll want to use everyday including:Complete, up-to-date contact information for more than 1,600 art market listings, including galleries, magazines, book publishers, greeting card companies, ad agencies, syndicates, art fairs and moreArticles on the business of freelancing-from basic copyright information to tips on promoting your workNEW! Special features on selling more art in 2012, secrets to social media success, pocket-sized promotion, creating an online presence, fine-tuning your sales pitch and generating referralsNEW! Informative articles on getting the most from workshops, handling problems creatively, applying creative thinking to running your business and managing your clientsNEW! Inspiring and informative interviews with successful professionals including graphic designer Tom Davie and artist and illustrator Mike MaydakInformation on grants, residencies, organizations, publications and websites that offer support and direction for creative artists of all typesPLEASE NOTE: Free subscriptions are NOT included with the e-book edition of this title.

 A Beginner's Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


$17.41


New – Over the years at craft fairs and art shows, many people have approached me with questions about how to get started selling their own creative artistic creations. Since I have sold over two million dollars worth of my woodwork at 350 shows in 30 states, I thought I might be able to help.Here is everything you need to succeed with your handmade crafts. Includes the following: 1. A guide to selling your crafts directly to the public at craft fairs and art shows, selling wholesale to gallerie

 A Beginner's Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


$22.17


New – Over the years at craft fairs and art shows, many people have approached me with questions about how to get started selling their own creative artistic creations. Since I have sold over two million dollars worth of my woodwork at 350 shows in 30 states, I thought I might be able to help.Here is everything you need to succeed with your handmade crafts. Includes the following: 1. A guide to selling your crafts directly to the public at craft fairs and art shows, selling wholesale to gallerie

 A Beginner's Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


$20.36


Used – Over the years at craft fairs and art shows, many people have approached me with questions about how to get started selling their own creative artistic creations. Since I have sold over two million dollars worth of my woodwork at 350 shows in 30 states, I thought I might be able to help.Here is everything you need to succeed with your handmade crafts. Includes the following: 1. A guide to selling your crafts directly to the public at craft fairs and art shows, selling wholesale to galleri

 A Beginner's Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


$22.17


Used – Over the years at craft fairs and art shows, many people have approached me with questions about how to get started selling their own creative artistic creations. Since I have sold over two million dollars worth of my woodwork at 350 shows in 30 states, I thought I might be able to help.Here is everything you need to succeed with your handmade crafts. Includes the following: 1. A guide to selling your crafts directly to the public at craft fairs and art shows, selling wholesale to galleri

 A Beginner's Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


A Beginner’s Guide to Selling Your Crafts: At Shows, to Stores, and Online!


$17.41


Used – Over the years at craft fairs and art shows, many people have approached me with questions about how to get started selling their own creative artistic creations. Since I have sold over two million dollars worth of my woodwork at 350 shows in 30 states, I thought I might be able to help.Here is everything you need to succeed with your handmade crafts. Includes the following: 1. A guide to selling your crafts directly to the public at craft fairs and art shows, selling wholesale to galleri

 A Christian Self Publishing Guide To Sell Books & Ebooks Online


A Christian Self Publishing Guide To Sell Books & Ebooks Online


$2.99


What is your worst fear about self publishing your book? The question most often asked is, “How can I sell my book?”, or some variant of that general problem. For the believer, that misses the true point of the exercise. The questions need to be: What is the Lord’s vision for my writing? Who are the sheep or non-believers upon whom He wants my focus? What is the result I am seeking from my book? What part does it play in my character development as a disciple of Jesus?   For the Christian, this question has more issues than most because so much of the marketing advice is based on fleshly concerns and morally questionable actions. Believing self publishers have a different road to walk than the rest of the do it yourself publishing world. This book will guide you through the maze of advice. The author has nearly forty years experience in walking in the Spirit and being led by the Lord. In addition, he has over 45 years of experience with graphic design, typography, art direction, book design, and digital publishing. For him, desktop publishing has been a daily reality since 1991. This book will give you the book selling options and explain them to the place where you can make a decision about what the Lord wants you to do. The options are very different for writers of non-fiction and fiction. It makes a huge difference whether you are writing popular fiction in a huge market like romance, sic-fi, or mysteries or hard-hitting fiction in a techno-thriller. A bible-study or devotional needs a much different focus than is needed by a discipleship book for abused women. This book will enable you to sort out all of these issues. It’s a preview, stand-alone portion of David’s upcoming book called “Practical Self Publishing for Christians”.

 Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 Classroom in a Book


Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 Classroom in a Book


$27.99


The fastest, easiest way to learn Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 for Windows!   Classroom in a Book, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does–an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.   Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 Classroom in a Book contains eight lessons and a bonus CD with lesson files. The book covers the basics of learning Adobe Photoshop Elements, and countless tips and techniques to help you become more productive with its new features, including the Magic Selection Brush; Magic Extractor; Auto Red Eye and Auto Skin tone tools; cool slideshow effects; using an online sharing service to make your photos available for friends and family; and more. You’ll learn how to correct photos like a darkroom pro, then share them in slide shows, calendars, on the Web, and more. You can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest you. This book is for Windows users only.

 Affiliate Marketing on the Web: How to Use and Profit from Affiliate Marketing Programs


Affiliate Marketing on the Web: How to Use and Profit from Affiliate Marketing Programs


$5


Affiliate marketing is a highly profitable online advertising method in which website merchants pay independent third parties to promote the products or services of an advertiser on their Web site. In other words, affiliate marketing involves posting a company s banner on your Web site or blog and attempting to send visitors to their Web site. If someone clicks on that banner or goes to that site and buys something, you will be paid a commission. While some affiliates pay only when a sale is made, some selling big ticket items like cars, credit cards, travel, and so forth have modified the model and pay for qualified leads. Affiliate marketing is now viewed as a key component of a company’s online marketing strategy.Affiliate marketing is an advertising technique that originally was developed by Amazon.com. In this new book you will learn how to master the art and science behind affiliate marketing in a matter of hours. By investing a few dollars you can easily increase the number of visitors to your Web site and significantly increase sales. If you want to drive high quality, targeted traffic to your site, there is no better way than affiliate marketing. Since you only pay when a sale is made, your marketing dollars are being used more effectively and efficiently compared to any other advertising method. The keys to success in affiliate marketing are knowing what you are doing, devising a comprehensive and well-crafted advertising plan, and knowing the relationships between your website, search engines, PPC advertising, and campaign methodology. This groundbreaking and exhaustively researched new book will provide everything you need to know to get you started on generating high-volume, high quality leads. You will learn the six steps to a successful campaign: keyword research, software needed, copy editing, setup and implementation, performance analysis, return on investment, and reporting and avoiding PPC fraud. In addition, we spent thousands of

 Air Combat Manoeuvres: The Technique and History of Air Fighting for Flight Simulation


Air Combat Manoeuvres: The Technique and History of Air Fighting for Flight Simulation


$53.56


Computer flight simulation is one of the fastest growing modern hobbies, with thousands of ‘pilots’ or ‘simmers’ going online everyday to pit their flying skills against their computers or opponents from all over the world, in many different scenarios, both current and historical. ‘Flight simmers’, in terms of interest, can be placed into three categories – general aviation, airliners and combat simulation. The one common theme is the desire to be able to improve their flying skills. This is the definitive guide for flight simmers interested in combat simulation with easily accessible information and colourful illustrations that can be used as a guide to the methods of air combat from World War One to the modern day. Using state of the art digital illustration techniques the book shows how and when to employ the best manoeuvres to beat both the computer and other players. Diagrams show both the manoeuvre itself and the actual methods used on the joystick. Further sections deal with ground attack, mission planning and the historical perspective. It will be relevant to those at an entry level and those who have been in online gaming communities for years and will be ideal for both the expert gamer and the more casual player. Eminent author Steve Thompson wrote one of the original guides to air manoeuvres for flight simmers twenty five years ago, and has now updated his original best selling book to give the flight simmer the complete guide to flight simulation combat manoeuvres in the most modern context. To help bring the book to life the text and diagrams are supported by historical narratives derived from real combat pilots, design histories on key aircraft, and enviable full colour profile artworks.

 Air Combat Manoeuvres: The Technique and History of Air Fighting for Flight Simulation


Air Combat Manoeuvres: The Technique and History of Air Fighting for Flight Simulation


$20.18


Computer flight simulation is one of the fastest growing modern hobbies, with thousands of ‘pilots’ or ‘simmers’ going online everyday to pit their flying skills against their computers or opponents from all over the world, in many different scenarios, both current and historical. ‘Flight simmers’, in terms of interest, can be placed into three categories – general aviation, airliners and combat simulation. The one common theme is the desire to be able to improve their flying skills. This is the definitive guide for flight simmers interested in combat simulation with easily accessible information and colourful illustrations that can be used as a guide to the methods of air combat from World War One to the modern day. Using state of the art digital illustration techniques the book shows how and when to employ the best manoeuvres to beat both the computer and other players. Diagrams show both the manoeuvre itself and the actual methods used on the joystick. Further sections deal with ground attack, mission planning and the historical perspective. It will be relevant to those at an entry level and those who have been in online gaming communities for years and will be ideal for both the expert gamer and the more casual player. Eminent author Steve Thompson wrote one of the original guides to air manoeuvres for flight simmers twenty five years ago, and has now updated his original best selling book to give the flight simmer the complete guide to flight simulation combat manoeuvres in the most modern context. To help bring the book to life the text and diagrams are supported by historical narratives derived from real combat pilots, design histories on key aircraft, and enviable full colour profile artworks.

 Art Galleries in New York: Art Galleries in New York City, Associated American Artists, Chambers Fine Art, Yvon Lambert Gallery


Art Galleries in New York: Art Galleries in New York City, Associated American Artists, Chambers Fine Art, Yvon Lambert Gallery


$8.78


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Art Galleries in New York City, Associated American Artists, Chambers Fine Art, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Zabriskie Gallery, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Big Orbit Gallery, Elaine Benson Gallery. Excerpt: Associated American Artists is an art gallery and business established in 1934 in New York City. The gallery marketed art to the middle classes, first in the form of affordable prints and later in home furnishings and accessories, and played a significant role in the growth of art as an industry. Associated American Artists was begun by Reeves Lewenthal. Lewenthal’s first job was as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune but he quickly expanded into artists’ agent, working as a publicist for British artist Douglas Chandor. By the 1930s Lewenthal had a clientele of 35 groups including the National Academy of Design and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design. Realizing the limited possibilities in selling high-priced art to high-class dealers, and the correspondingly huge potential in marketing affordable art to the much-larger middle classes, he left his public relations work to try his hand at this new business model. Prints being relatively cheap to produce, Lewenthal decided to focus on that medium. Before the 1930s, fine-art prints were usually limited editions which sold for $10-$50. During the Great Depression the Federal Art Project had resulted in hundreds of thousands of prints, but these were distributed free (mostly to schools) thus the artists made nothing. Lewenthal’s idea was to combine quality, affordability, and profit. In 1934 he met with several well-known American artists, including Thomas Hart Benton, and proposed hiring them to produce etchings which he would then sell to middle-class buyers for $5 apiece plus $2 per frame, . More:

 Art Smart


Art Smart


$11.99


Art Smart is a comprehensive guide to the Canadian art market for both novice and experienced collectors. It is full of advice that can give anyone the tools to determine the value of a piece of art and to not be intimidated by the often mystifying world of art. This informative and helpful volume covers the inner workings of the art market, from dealer trade secrets to expert strategies on buying and selling through auction houses and online. Art Smart gives the reader the knowledge needed to build a collection for long-term investment value, and also covers tax and estate planning, copyright issues, and charitable donations. It also contains all the latest resources for art research, with useful appendices to guide the art consumer in becoming their own art connoisseur. Art Smart is essential reading if you are curious to know more about how the art market functions and is an excellent resource guide for those already involved.

 Art Smart


Art Smart


$11.99


Art Smart is a comprehensive guide to the Canadian art market for both novice and experienced collectors. It is full of advice that can give anyone the tools to determine the value of a piece of art and to not be intimidated by the often mystifying world of art. This informative and helpful volume covers the inner workings of the art market, from dealer trade secrets to expert strategies on buying and selling through auction houses and online. Art Smart gives the reader the knowledge needed to build a collection for long-term investment value, and also covers tax and estate planning, copyright issues, and charitable donations. It also contains all the latest resources for art research, with useful appendices to guide the art consumer in becoming their own art connoisseur. Art Smart is essential reading if you are curious to know more about how the art market functions and is an excellent resource guide for those already involved.

 Art Smart: The Intelligent Guide to Investing in the Canadian Art Market


Art Smart: The Intelligent Guide to Investing in the Canadian Art Market


$11.99


Art Smart is a comprehensive guide to the Canadian art market for both novice and experienced collectors. It is full of advice that can give anyone the tools to determine the value of a piece of art and to not be intimidated by the often mystifying world of art. This informative and helpful volume covers the inner workings of the art market, from dealer trade secrets to expert strategies on buying and selling through auction houses and online. Art Smart gives the reader the knowledge needed to build a collection for long-term investment value, and also covers tax and estate planning, copyright issues, and charitable donations. It also contains all the latest resources for art research, with useful appendices to guide the art consumer in becoming their own art connoisseur. Art Smart is essential reading if you are curious to know more about how the art market functions and is an excellent resource guide for those already involved.

 Art Smart: The Intelligent Guide to Investing in the Canadian Art Market


Art Smart: The Intelligent Guide to Investing in the Canadian Art Market


$4.55


Art Smart is a comprehensive guide to the Canadian art market for both novice and experienced collectors. It is full of advice that can give anyone the tools to determine the value of a piece of art and to not be intimidated by the often mystifying world of art. This informative and helpful volume covers the inner workings of the art market, from dealer trade secrets to expert strategies on buying and selling through auction houses and online.Art Smart gives the reader the knowledge needed to build a collection for long-term investment value, and also covers tax and estate planning, copyright issues, and charitable donations. It also contains all the latest resources for art research, with useful appendices to guide the art consumer in becoming their own art connoisseur.Art Smart is essential reading if you are curious to know more about how the art market functions and is an excellent resource guide for those already involved.

 Articles That Make Money!


Articles That Make Money!


$3.99


Articles can really make you money! In 2 ways in fact: 1.       You can write articles to promote your business online, get more traffic, get more sales and increase your online revenue, or 2.       You can write articles and start your own business by making money from them. Effective articles are short, to the point, can be about an assortment of subject matters, that’s why they’re a wealth of information. And because “content is king” in the web, articles will never lose their value. However which way you choose to use articles and whether you write them yourself or have someone else write them for you, there are writing tips that make an article effective for marketing and selling in the internet. Writing for the internet is both an art and a science. It involves mixing in creative writing into the marketing and sales process. The objective is to influence and convince readers, who are potential buyers, to actually make a purchase or do something you want them to do. With this book’s help, you can learn how to write articles that market and sell and convert into real cash for you. This book is a business guide that will help you write effective articles for your marketing campaign and it will also outline a business startup for you to make money with article writing.

 Artists From Massachusetts


Artists From Massachusetts


$13.65


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Frank Stella, Darius Cobb, Alvan Fisher, Gwendolyn Holbrow, Chris Burden, Jeph Jacques, Stass Shpanin, Frank Swift Chase, Charles Dana Gibson, Donald Stoltenberg, Robert Motherwell, Benjamin F. Nutting, Martin Demaine, Joshua Field, Nancy Graves, Stephen Huneck, Abigail May Alcott Nieriker, Nicholas Hondrogen, James Frothingham, Mather Brown, Charles Kerins, Alfred Ordway, Edward Hill, Miru Kim, Michael Waugh, Mary Gregory, Brian Skerry, Frank M. Rines, John Mcnamara, Donald Macdonald, Nancy Sweezy, Sean Landers, Alexander Pope, Jr, Jeanine Heller, Jennifer Maestre. Excerpt: But it was too late; the study-door flew open, and Beth ran straight into her father’s arm. Illustration from Little Women, published by Roberts Bros. , 1868 (Abigail) May Alcott Nieriker (July 26, 1840 December 29, 1879) was an American artist and the youngest sister of Louisa May Alcott. She was the basis for the character Amy (an anagram of May) in her sister’s semi-autobiographical novel Little Women (1868). She was named after her mother, Abigail May, and first called Abba, then Abby, and finally May, which she asked to be called in November 1863 when in her twenties. Life Born in Concord, Massachusetts at the Hosmer Cottage, Abigail May was the youngest of the four Alcott sisters. Artistically gifted from an early age, she painted decorative figures and faces throughout Orchard House, the family home. May aided the meager family income by selling her art and teaching painting, drawing and modelling clay. She studied teaching at the Bowdoin School, a Boston public school. Taking over for Louisa in 1861, May taught at the first Kindergarten founded by Elizabeth Palmer Peabody for a month before returning to her own work. May later taught an early form of art therapy at an asylum in
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