Children Left in Hot Cars Could Be Saved With a Few Simple Ideas

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Child Car Safety

Today I see another story about yet another negligent parent whose child died for their lack of attention or stupidity. Just the other day, I posted on my Facebook account that I had recently watched a PSA video about this problem that was I was barely to make it through because it was so well done with regards to how it portrayed such a tragedy. (Seriously, this PSA may have you crying, so don’t watch it in public.)

Getting Noticed: the Power of the Ping

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Power of the Ping

So, you’ve just posted something on your blog you want to share. This could be a product release notice, a designer’s journal, an update on something you are writing, and so on. You get the idea — you want as many people to read your blog as possible, as soon as possible. The potential for your product or book to sell well and get noticed relies upon getting the word out. Once you click on the “Submit,” “Publish,” or equivalent button or link in your blog software, your words are sent out to the Internet for all to read, right?

On the Subject of Free Books / Product as a Marketing Tool

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Free Books Steven Trustrum Marketing

Don’t dismiss giving away free product — it could be the marketing tool you’ve been looking for to make some serious sales

Steven Trustrum vs Frank Beckles, the Summary

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Frank Beckles Summary

Several people have contacted me to let me know that some rather crazy things pop up when one searches for Steven Trustrum on Google. I figure I’ll address them on my official page in case anyone seeking my services is curious.

Trustrum dot COM Website Finds New Life

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New Steven Trustrum Website

Trustrum.com is in the process of being rebuilt from the bottom up, right down to a new, extremely simplified logo. It was a time for a change, and it didn’t help that the site’s ISP had screwed up the account to the point where I couldn’t log in, and fixing the issue erased the previous website.