Archive for October, 2007

St Aiden’s Homeschool Receives Editor’s Choice Website Award

Posted in donnette e davis on October 21, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

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Surprise Website Award

Ultimate Autumn Package – Lulu.com

Posted in Blogroll on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

849 pages of exceptional Autumn/Fall/Halloween crafts, recipes and activities for kids (and families) authored by a fellow homeschooling WAHM. This item can be previewed at this link. Ideal for the homeschooling family. Exceptional value for the valuable (and voluminous) educational resources you will get.

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Audio Books – Free income producing Affiliate Mini-Site for the WAHM

Posted in donnette e davis on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

Very professional affiliate marketing website, with mini-websites already embedded with your code. Masses of promotionals do choose from. Stunning opportunity for the WAHM

HitsFrenzy

Posted in Blogroll on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

HitsFrenzy

Q: Can I Really Get Over 1,000,000 Visitors Every Month?

A: Absolutely! By Creating Your Own Hitsfrenzy Mini-Site, In Less than 5 Minutes, And Then Watching Your Traffic…..

This remarkable one of a kind system is absolutely FREE and just takes a few quick and easy steps to get started. The “HitsFrenzy Marketing System” works around-the-clock to exponentially increase your site’s traffic! No more “open your browser to everyone else’s homepage” or “joining dozens of programs” ! This is so easy a baby could do it and no website promotion should be considered “complete” without this system. What have you got lose except tons of traffic!

Internet Safety ForKids

Posted in Blogroll on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

Articles Category: Kids – ArticlesUp.com

The internet is a great place for finding out information, emailing friends, and meeting and chatting to new friends. The majority of the internet and its users are harmless, but you need to be aware that not everyone who is they always seem to be.

Unfortunately some people abuse the internet and their usage in an attempt to mislead other people. This can vary from simple small fibs or exaggerations to full on lies which are completely untrue and are meant to mislead you and other people. Therefore, although the majority of your internet usage is safe, you should still take steps to ensure your safety when on the internet.

Chatrooms and messageboards are common places for meeting new people with similar interests and require particular attention when speaking and messaging people away from the safety of these confines.

By following some basic safety tips you can ensure your own safe use of the internet and at the same time give your parents piece of mind so that they can trust you to carry on using the internet without too many restrictions.

– Never give anyone your address, telephone number, school name or location or any other personal information, even if its someone you think you can trust
– Never tell anyone things about people you know, especially things like the names, addresses, emails and telephone numbers of your friends, where your parents work, credit card numbers or anything else that is private
– Do not respond to a message that makes you feel uncomfortable. Always tell your parents, or another adult you can trust straightway, and remember, it’s not your fault if you receive a message like that
– Never send anyone a picture of yourself over the internet without checking first with your parents
– Do not give out your internet password to anyone (even your best friends) except your parents
– Never agree to meet up with someone you have met online without first discussing it with your parents
– If your parents agree to the meeting taking place, make sure they go with you and always meet people in a public place
– Help your parents set up rules for when and how long you can be online, and then don’t break the rules without their permission
– Be open with your parents about your internet usage. The more honest you are with them will help them to worry less and develop trust which will hopefully allow you more freedom in your internet usage
– Do not visit sites or sign up to websites or mailing lists without knowing what they are or what they are for
– Do not download or install programmes without first asking the permission of the owner of the computer
– Don’t be rude or say bad things to people online
– And most of all, try to enjoy what the world wide web has to offer

Article Source: http://www.articlesup.com

Self Safe discusses personal and online safety issues for you and your family. Find out more about how to keep yourself and your family safe by visiting http://www.self-safe.com.

HitsFrenzy

Posted in donnette e davis on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

HitsFrenzy

Q: Can I Really Get Over 1,000,000 Visitors Every Month?

A: Absolutely! By Creating Your Own Hitsfrenzy Mini-Site, In Less than 5 Minutes, And Then Watching Your Traffic…..

This remarkable one of a kind system is absolutely FREE and just takes a few quick and easy steps to get started. The “HitsFrenzy Marketing System” works around-the-clock to exponentially increase your site’s traffic! No more “open your browser to everyone else’s homepage” or “joining dozens of programs” ! This is so easy a baby could do it and no website promotion should be considered “complete” without this system. What have you got lose except tons of traffic!

Internet Safety for Kids

Posted in donnette e davis on October 14, 2007 by Donnette E Davis

The internet is a great place for finding out information, emailing friends, and meeting and chatting to new friends. The majority of the internet and its users are harmless, but you need to be aware that not everyone who is they always seem to be.

Unfortunately some people abuse the internet and their usage in an attempt to mislead other people. This can vary from simple small fibs or exaggerations to full on lies which are completely untrue and are meant to mislead you and other people. Therefore, although the majority of your internet usage is safe, you should still take steps to ensure your safety when on the internet.

Chatrooms and messageboards are common places for meeting new people with similar interests and require particular attention when speaking and messaging people away from the safety of these confines.

By following some basic safety tips you can ensure your own safe use of the internet and at the same time give your parents piece of mind so that they can trust you to carry on using the internet without too many restrictions.

– Never give anyone your address, telephone number, school name or location or any other personal information, even if its someone you think you can trust
– Never tell anyone things about people you know, especially things like the names, addresses, emails and telephone numbers of your friends, where your parents work, credit card numbers or anything else that is private
– Do not respond to a message that makes you feel uncomfortable. Always tell your parents, or another adult you can trust straightway, and remember, it’s not your fault if you receive a message like that
– Never send anyone a picture of yourself over the internet without checking first with your parents
– Do not give out your internet password to anyone (even your best friends) except your parents
– Never agree to meet up with someone you have met online without first discussing it with your parents
– If your parents agree to the meeting taking place, make sure they go with you and always meet people in a public place
– Help your parents set up rules for when and how long you can be online, and then don’t break the rules without their permission
– Be open with your parents about your internet usage. The more honest you are with them will help them to worry less and develop trust which will hopefully allow you more freedom in your internet usage
– Do not visit sites or sign up to websites or mailing lists without knowing what they are or what they are for
– Do not download or install programmes without first asking the permission of the owner of the computer
– Don’t be rude or say bad things to people online
– And most of all, try to enjoy what the world wide web has to offer

Article Source: http://www.articlesup.com

Self Safe discusses personal and online safety issues for you and your family. Find out more about how to keep yourself and your family safe by visiting www.self-safe.com.

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