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December 23, 2006 Free Articles

How to make the Ultimate Terrarium

A terrarium is a beautiful project to make and to take care of but if you are ambitious you might want to make the ultimate terrarium. And this doesn’t come down to gardening skills. It comes down to a little bit of thought and a lot of creativity. Here are some great ideas for making your terrarium into the ultimate terrarium.

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Encourage Your Teenager to Make Video Games – The Benefits are Astonishing

Video Game making is a pursuit that involves creativity, visual design, writing, logical thinking, collaboration, and many other skills. It is something that your teenager could get very enthusiastic about and it can be done at no cost whatsoever.

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Search Engine Keyword Selection

Search engines are the vehicles that drive potentialcustomers to your websites. But in order for visitors toreach their destination - your website - you need toprovide them with specific and effective signs that willdirect them right to your site.

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PPC Advertising

Advertising your services or products on the Internet isboth extremely effective and extremely competitive. Thereare several ways to go about attracting traffic to yourwebsite.

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Evaluating Web Site Performance

Setting up a website is the very first step of an Internetmarketing campaign, and the success or failure of your sitedepends greatly on how specifically you have defined yourwebsite goals.

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Analyzing Your Web Traffic Statistic

Analyzing your web traffic statistics can be an invaluabletool for a number of different reasons. But before you canmake full use of this tool, you need to understand how tointerpret the data.

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Interviewing Basics

Let's face it successful interviewing is much more than just giving the right answers to questions. As with most things, preparation is the key to success. Without proper preparation, you will go into an interview as if you were driving a car blindfolded and on the wrong side of the road.

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Soundproofing a Home Theater

In today's hurried world, most people don't have the time or money to waste taking the entire family to the movies (up to $50 to $60 per shot) so why not build out a Home Theater in your garage, basement, or spare bedroom? The construction and soundproofing of a Home Theater is much the same as building a soundproof music studio in your home.

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America Mat Closed cell foam

One of the most versatile soundproofing materials in the industry is closed cell vinyl nitrile foam mat. This foam is weather resistant as well as flame retardant and is used in more outdoor applications than any other soundproofing product. Closed cell foam is used in marine applications to quiet noisy engine rooms where there is a wet bilge to contend with.

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Launching Engraved Stones: Cupid Has a Modern Approach!

Want a new twist on how to express your loving sentiments, motivational sayings, meaningful quotes, even a great marriage proposal idea? Try this novelty gift idea to express your love...

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Building a home recording studio

"How do I soundproof my garage, basement, or a bedroom in my single family house or condo so my 4 piece rock band can practice and record and not bother the neighbors?"

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Soundproofing a condo or apartment from upstairs neighbors.

How do I soundproof my condo or apartment from my noisy neighbors upstairs? This is by far the most asked question I hear on a daily basis. It is a question asked by prominent architects, engineers, major developers, and contractors. We are now finding that this is also of major concern of individual homeowners who rent part of their house to tenants. Many factors need to be considered when assessing an upstairs noise issue.

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Soundproofing a shooting or firing range

Many cities and municipalities are looking for state of the art soundproofing products and procedures for soundproofing a public, private, or and even home shooting ranges. The soundproofing materials used must be impervious to smoke and gunpowder residue and must be resilient (able to take a round without disintegrating) and easy to clean.

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Soundproofing from loud upstairs neighbors in condo or apartment

One of the most common soundproofing questions I hear most is “How do I soundproof my condo or apartment from those noisy neighbors who live above?” Generally the most annoying noise is what is known as “foot fall” or “impact noise” Impact noise is noise that is caused by heavy walking on the floor of the neighbor above.

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Soundproofing your Wall

When soundproofing a wall, a lot depends on what sort of noise your were trying to block or absorb. For example, if you were trying to stop a neighbor’s loud television noise from coming through the wall into your unit then you would use a barrier material to block the TV noise.

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