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How to Earn Through Micro Niche Websites?

How to Earn Through Micro Niche Websites? | Giving | Scoop.it
Micro niche websites are the quickest way to earn money from the internet. These kind of websites no...

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, November 22, 2014 5:57 PM

Once your website gets ranked you can easily start making money.

 

Thanks to @Usman Chaudhary for the article.

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Meniere's Disease What Is It

http://t-gone.com/menieres-disease-treatment/ - Meniere's Disease What Is It? Meniere's disease and Tinnitus There are many cases of people suffering from th...


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How charity leaders can get the most out of social media

How charity leaders can get the most out of social media | Giving | Scoop.it
As charities engage more with supporters on social media, what role should their leaders play?

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Put your Facebook password in your will and other tips for digital estate planning - Lifestyle - MiamiHerald.com

Put your Facebook password in your will and other tips for digital estate planning - Lifestyle - MiamiHerald.com | Giving | Scoop.it
Your mother has just entered hospice care and is declining quickly. Suddenly there are a million questions you are supposed to have asked in advance.
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Why Your College-Age Children Need an Estate Plan - Wall Street Journal

Why Your College-Age Children Need an Estate Plan - Wall Street Journal | Giving | Scoop.it
Why Your College-Age Children Need an Estate Plan
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Here's an issue many families overlook when children leave for college: That child, in the eyes of the law, is now an adult—and needs some all-important documents.
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Meniere's Disease Warning Signs

http://t-gone.com/menieres-disease-treatment/ Meniere's Disease Warning Signs Can meniere's disease attacks suddenly happen without much warning? Would one h...


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Helping Financial Planning Clients With Their Digital Estate Planning

Helping Financial Planning Clients With Their Digital Estate Planning | Giving | Scoop.it
Helping clients through their estate planning is a core part of the financial planning process - and of course, the reality is that the orderly resolution of an individual's affairs after they pass away is an issue that long predates financial...

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Pineapple Wills's curator insight, October 21, 2013 11:19 AM

Lengthy item on digital asset management. Plenty of options around in the UK now. Increasingly important aspect of estate planning not to be ignored. Pinapple Wills can advise on this.

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What happens to your bitcoins when you die?

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The rise of Bitcoin is creating a need for digital estate planning. (Taking mine with so I can be mocked in death as I was in life. "@dailydot: What happens to ur #Bitcoin when you die?

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Why philanthropy is R&D for business - former Campbell Soup CEO

Why philanthropy is R&D for business -  former Campbell Soup CEO | Giving | Scoop.it

I define corporate philanthropy as a discovery phase in investment in a social issue. I encourage companies to view philanthropic investments as incubators for promising ideas and a mechanism for understanding both community and corporate needs. Much like R&D, philanthropy allows companies...


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Karl Wabst's curator insight, September 23, 2013 2:31 PM

Investing in communities and people is good for business. No, it's not about being touchy-feely and increasing karma points. It's common sense.

Laura A. Gray's curator insight, October 8, 2014 12:44 PM

Corporate Philanthropy should become its own entity; a 'primo' opportunity to carefully study global needs and how funding can be applied to effectively craft specific and granular solutions that start from the bottom-up.

Laura A. Gray's curator insight, October 8, 2014 12:47 PM

Compelling article. Corporate Philanthropy has the power to influence great[er] change by researching and determining social inequities that require immediate need. It is the 'primo' opportunity to dig for solutions from the ground--up.