Analysis of The Book, Contagious, by Jonah Berger: A Synopsis and Review

Analysis of The Book, Contagious, by Jonah Berger: A Synopsis and Review

This summary and review of the book, Contagious: Why Things Catch On, was prepared by Ashley Segalla while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana.

Car News: Four Eco-friendly Car Tips to Get You Back on The Road

Car News: Four Eco-friendly Car Tips to Get You Back on The Road

(BPT) – You put your vehicle through a lot this winter, but spring is finally here and that means you can enjoy driving once again. If you’re ready to get out on the road, these environmentally friendly tips can make sure your car is ready for that first trip.

Good Eats: Guilt-free Desserts to Please The Whole Family

Good Eats: Guilt-free Desserts to Please The Whole Family

(BPT) – Dinner is over and your family is craving something sweet to end the meal. There are plenty of delicious options to satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth while keeping your family’s balanced diet in check. Best of all, these desserts can be made right in your own kitchen. By preparing your own creations, you can please even the pickiest of eaters and give your kids some extra nutrients with hidden servings of fruits or vegetables. The whole family will applaud your efforts.

The Places You Will Go: Tips for Female Graduates on How to Lean in to Your Career

The Places You Will Go: Tips for Female Graduates on How to Lean in to Your Career

Lean In: For Graduates, the new edition of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, offers recent graduates practical advice for choosing a path, finding a job, negotiating a first salary, and positioning themselves for success at work – all through the lens of gender. This article presents three tips taken from the book that all graduates, especially women, should know as they transition from school to the workplace.

Home Improvement News: Stay Cool by Going Green This Summer

Home Improvement News: Stay Cool by Going Green This Summer

Eco-minded Americans are consciously making choices that not only reduce their impact on the environment but also help reduce the squeeze on the monthly household budget. Air leakage from a home’s walls, windows, ceiling and floors can account for up to 40 percent of the energy lost by your home. Air leakage forces your air conditioner unit to work overtime to compensate for the lost air, increasing your energy usage and thereby increasing your utility bill at the end of the month. This article provides important information for homeowners on one effective solution – using high-performance spray foam insulation – that offers immediate and long-term cost savings is replacing a home’s traditional fiberglass insulation.

Computer News: These Tech-related Gifts Will Help College Graduates Start Their Careers in Style

Computer News: These Tech-related Gifts Will Help College Graduates Start Their Careers in Style

Today’s graduates are entering a very technology-based world where business travel and communication devices may be a big part of their career. Keep this in mind as you search for the perfect gifts for the graduates on your list who need to organize their personal life and get their career started right.

Home Improvement Advice: Composite or Wood? – Myth-busting Facts to Know Before You Decide on a Deck

Home Improvement Advice: Composite or Wood? – Myth-busting Facts to Know Before You Decide on a Deck

If you’re considering a deck project this season, will you choose to build with wood or composite? This article dispels some common myths about composite decking.

Home Improvement Advice: Outdoor Kitchen? Second-floor Laundry? How to Easily Achieve Summer’s Hottest Home Improvements

Home Improvement Advice: Outdoor Kitchen? Second-floor Laundry? How to Easily Achieve Summer’s Hottest Home Improvements

This article provides homeowners with five hot summer home improvements that you can complete faster, easier and with less cost using above-floor plumbing.

Book Summary: A Synopsis and Review of Viral Explosions! by Peggy Mccoll

Book Summary: A Synopsis and Review of Viral Explosions! by Peggy Mccoll

This summary and review of the book, Viral Explosions!: Proven Techniques to Expand, Explode, or Ignite Your Business or Brand Online, was prepared by Shennell Wells while a Marketing student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana.

Money News: Umbrella Insurance – are You Adequately Covered?

Money News: Umbrella Insurance – are You Adequately Covered?

(BPT) – If you have auto insurance, you probably think you have all the coverage you need for yourself, your spouse and your teenage drivers. Likewise, your homeowners insurance will take care of repair costs in case the pipes burst or there’s a fire. But what happens if you get sued?