LeadFerret Launches Directory of Human Rights Advocates

Human rights issues are a global concern. Human rights violations occur in nearly every country in the world on a daily basis. This directory of business contacts are all self-professed human rights advocates, men and women active in the workforce who care a great deal about the basic rights and comforts of their fellow man.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/human-rights-advocates.

This directory is a great resource for anyone interested in people who support some variation of human rights advocacy, and/or anyone simply looking to communicate or network in with these specific people. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable contacts, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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What Everybody Ought to Know about LeadFerret’s Directory of Eagle Scouts

Eagle Scout is the highest ranking one can achieve in Boy Scouting. All Eagle Scouts must serve at least 6 months in a troop leadership position, and plan, develop, and lead a service project for a religious organization, school, or community. Eagle Scouts are expected to set an example for other Scouts and to become the leaders in life that they have demonstrated themselves to be in Scouting.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/eagle-scouts-directory

This directory is a great resource for anyone who values leadership, community, and an ongoing desire to better themselves and the world around them. The men in this directory have demonstrated skills that are valuable in almost all walks of life. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable contacts, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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LeadFerret Unveils Directory of American Cancer Society Supporters

The American Cancer Society was originally founded by 15 physicians and businessmen as a way to raise awareness, which would make it easier to raise funding for research. While the myriad of types of cancer are well known now, at the time of founding, it was not considered appropriate to mention the word ‘cancer’ in public. Any information concerning cancer and the people diagnosed with it was cloaked in an air of fear and denial. Currently, over 75,000 people died each year of cancer in the United States alone. For companies and organizations looking for supporters, this directory carries a multitude of potential contacts across a variety of industries, making this a great resource for anyone looking to expand their email marketing efforts.

Access the full directory of American Cancer Society Supporters at: https://leadferret.com/directory/american-cancer-society-supporters

This directory is a great resource for anyone interested in targeting people who support cancer research, anyone looking to get involved in the community, or anyone who has a product/service that might improve the lives of those affected by cancer either directly or indirectly. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable contacts, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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LeadFerret Releases Directory of Decorated Military Veterans

While the exact year Memorial Day began is disputed, it remains a holiday with a rich history. Originally called “Decoration Day”, Memorial Day is a federal holiday, set aside to remember the men and women who gave their lives in pursuit of our freedom. While there’s nothing more one can do for the dead beyond honoring them, the men and women who served alongside them and came home are still out there, making their way in the world. In the U.S. Military, a decoration is an award given to an individual as a distinctively designed mark of honor denoting heroism, or outstanding service or achievement.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/decorated-military-veterans

In honor of Memorial Day, LeadFerret’s paying tribute to the men and women serving in the United States Military by providing a specialized list of decorated military veterans. This list provides full contact information for thousands of decorated military vets regardless of the exact job title they have been assigned. This directory is a great resource for anyone interested in people who have been honored by the U.S Military, or anyone simply looking to communicate/network in this area. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable contacts, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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LeadFerret Releases Directory of American Red Cross Supporters

Founded in 1881, the American Red Cross is one of the most widely known charities in the country. The Red Cross is also the largest supplier of blood and blood products to more than 3,000 hospitals nationally, supplying roughly 66% of the blood used in the United States. For other charitable organizations, this directory is extremely useful, because the people within are more likely to support charitable organizations, to be compassionate, and to take action based on that, either financially or through volunteer work. For a company or organization looking for volunteers, this directory will likely contain a lot of these people step up in times of need, such as they do with the Red Cross.

Access the full directory at: https://leadferret.com/directory/american-cross-supporters

This directory is a great resource for anyone interested in people who support charitable organizations, or anyone simply looking to communicate/network in this area. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable contacts, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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21 Ways to Finish Your Week on a Positive Note

Work can sometimes be overwhelming? With only 24 hours in a work day and a variety of responsibilities we tend to forget the little things in life. Here are 21 great ways to finish your work week on a positive note.

  1. Thank someone who has helped you this week.
  2. Compliment a team member who did a good job.
  3. Call someone who you have been meaning to reach out to.
  4. Read that book for 15 minutes.
  5. Finish an important project.
  6. Complete a task ahead of schedule.
  7. Clean your workspace or desk. (You’ll start Monday on a positive note, too!)
  8. Do one last task that you weren’t going to do. The extra few minutes will pay off in peace of mind and your sense of accomplishment.
  9. Workout before the weekend.
  10. Help someone else who is having difficulty closing their week.
  11. Say hello to the person you have wanted to meet.
  12. Look at your calendar for the coming week to avoid any surprises.
  13. Empty your inbox to zero.
  14. Review your todo list for any tasks you may have forgotten.
  15. Apologize to someone you may have wronged this week.
  16. Ask one of your team members how they are doing. Then listen.
  17. Be thankful for what you have.
  18. Write in your journal.
  19. Plan for the future.
  20. Tell someone that you care about them.
  21. Pay it forward. Something. Anything.

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Directory of Contacts within Companies that use Websphere Commerce Released by LeadFerret

E-commerce is no longer limited to merely selling online. It’s about providing a consistent shopping experience across all channels, including mobile browsing, social media, and the in-store experience.  WebSphere Commerce– also known as IBM WebSphere Commerce, WCS, and WebSphere Commerce Suite–is a software platform framework for e-commerce that includes marketing, sales, customer and order processing functionality as part of the whole, integrated package. It is a unified platform, offering the ability to do business directly with both B2B and B2C, and indirectly through channel partners.

Access the full directory of Contacts within Companies that Use Websphere Commerce at: http://leadferret.com/directory/companies-using-websphere-commerce

Regardless of who uses websphere commerce, this directory is a great resource for anyone interested in websphere commerce software, anyone looking for experts with experience in websphere technology, or simply someone looking to get a head start over the competition. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable prospects, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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LeadFerret Publishes Directory of Franchise Owners

People with the entrepreneurial spirit are always looking for new business opportunities. One decision many entrepreneurs face is deciding whether to start a business from the ground up, or choosing from thousands of pre-existing companies — franchises — to partner with.  According to the latest Franchise Business Economic Outlook, the number of franchise establishments in the U.S. is projected to grow 1.7 percent in 2014. This would be the greatest increase in franchise growth since prior to 2008.  With growth comes greater stability, and the possibility for greater opportunities.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/franchise-owners

This directory is a great resource for anyone interested in owning a franchise, has a product or service that can help with franchise owners, or anyone simply looking to communicate/network in this area. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable prospects, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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16 Things People Really Hate About Your Email Marketing

In case you’re wondering how effective your email marketing is going, think again. While most people enjoy receiving newsletters, others demand you take them off your list. Take a page from Hubspot to avoid people hating your next email marketing game plan with the list provided below.

1.    Emailing People Who Didn’t Opt In
2.    Making Unsubscribing Difficult
3.    Not Honoring Unsubscribes
4.    Writing a Vague Subject Line
5.    Not Indicating How We Know Each Other
6.    Speaking With Forced Sincerity
7.    Providing Irrelevant Content
8.    Bombarding Recipients With Email
9.    Sending Emails Once in a Blue Moon
10.  Including Broken Dynamic Content
11.   Not Including a Call-to-Action
12.   Sending Emails That Aren’t Mobile Optimized
13.   You’re Overdesigning Your Emails
14.   Not Optimized for Plain Text and HTML
15.   You’re Not Proofing Your Email Before Sending
16.   Not Providing a Real Address to Reply To

Additional information can be found here: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/33097/16-Things-People-Really-Hate-About-Your-Email-Marketing.aspx

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Trade Show Specialists Directory Released by LeadFerret

Trade shows are exhibitions for companies in a specific industry, used to showcase and demonstrate their new or existing products and services to current and potential clients. Generally, trade shows are not open to the public and can only be attended by company representatives and members of the press. Trade shows present a range of valuable opportunities for companies that participate, including meeting potential customers, finding new and better ways of doing business and building a more impressive reputation within an industry. Not only do trade shows help companies identify and market to target clients, but they also help strengthen bonds with existing clients, putting a face to a name, building familiarity and camaraderie in a business client now fraught with impersonal interactions. Some trade show specialists work solely within the circuit, while others worth within a company that frequents trades shows.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/trade-show-specialists

Regardless of who is employing them, this directory of trade show specialists is a great resource for anyone interested in trade shows, trade show companies looking for experts with experience in cutting edge displays exhibits, banners, signs, or simply looking to get a head start over the competition. LeadFerret users will be able to take full advantage of this directory by having access to the most valuable prospects, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop and implement marketing campaigns.

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.

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