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bridging marketing mikode

Advertise Your Business via Local community Sites.

by Kitty Jellinek
How to Set Up Your Business Advertising Online Step 1. Join MIKODE.NET You have a 7 day free trial – then $5 per month. Step 2. After joining, log in: In your members introduction page you will see a gift box like the one below. right click on the image and click on “open link in new tab” This will open a PDF with all the instructions on how to promote your business online via MIKODE.net. Step 3. Follow the simple instructions within the PDF step by step, sit back and get truly amazed by the results. Besides the $5 […]
Shae Big Announcement

The end of cheap sh*t

by Kitty Jellinek
By Shae Russell from the Daily Reckoning Australia • Zeitgeist or devil? • Globalisation hurts the individual in the long term • Anti trade? Or pro local economy? Melbourne, Australia Friday, 8 February 2019. Dear Reader, I am currently writing to you from my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 while sitting comfortably in my hair salon chair. Surprisingly, this super comfy chair was made here. My German shoes are resting on a steel pole from a local metal worker. My overpriced designer t-shirt was made by a Bangladeshi worker. And my faded jeans came straight out of Vietnam. The dye being […]
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Issues Effecting Local Communities Worldwide

by Kitty Jellinek
Abusing the Rights Of Local Communities Worldwide The Social Credit System (Chinese: 社会信用体系; pinyin: shèhuì xìnyòng tǐxì) is a national reputation system being developed by the Chinese government. By 2020, it is intended to standardise the assessment of citizens’ and businesses’ economic and social reputation, or ‘credit’. As of mid-2018, it is unclear whether the system will be an ‘ecosystem’ of various scores and blacklists run by both government agencies and private companies, or if it will be one unified system. It is also unclear whether there will be a single system-wide social credit score for each citizen and business. […]
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Small Businesses Benefit Local Communities

by Kitty Jellinek
Have you ever considered the importance of small business to local communities? While small businesses generate new jobs and employ more than half of the work force, they’re also beneficial to the local community. Here are some examples how small businesses make a profound local impact: Community Uniqueness Take a stroll down Main Street and you’ll likely notice that your community has its own unique character and charm. From the mom-and-pop shop, the local CPA and dog grooming business, to an antiques emporium, coffee shop, yoga studio and beyond, small businesses contribute to a community’s uniqueness. Many municipalities and tourism […]
Nuclear Weapons

A world war has begun.

by Kitty Jellinek
Break the silence. by John Pilger I have been filming in the Marshall Islands, which lie north of Australia, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Whenever I tell people where I have been, they ask, “Where is that?” If I offer a clue by referring to “Bikini”, they say, “You mean the swimsuit.” Few seem aware that the bikini swimsuit was named to celebrate the nuclear explosions that destroyed Bikini island. Sixty-six nuclear devices were exploded by the United States in the Marshall Islands between 1946 and 1958 — the equivalent of 1.6 Hiroshima bombs every day for twelve […]
Violence prevetion

Cause & Effects of Violence On Community & Individuals

by Kitty Jellinek
Understanding the causes and effects of violence in our local communities and worldwide is the first step to prevention. Please click the image below to read “Violence prevention PDF”
Time in a bottle

Time In A Bottle

by Kitty Jellinek
• How to profit from the coming cyber wars • Gold’s down. What’s up with that? • European PIGS Start to Fly In today’s Money Morning…Hillary Clinton decides private industry is safer than government…the knights of the digital round table do it for love, not just money…shooting fish in a barrel…and more… Hillary Clinton is the leading US Democratic Party candidate. That means if US primaries were on tomorrow, Clinton would win. And she would be running for President next year. But things might be about to change… As a former US Secretary of State it’s fair to say she […]
hemp housing

Hemp Housing Solution For Communities

by Kitty Jellinek
The footage highlights the stories of regional farmers Connie and Leon – sharing their experience growing and processing industrial hemp and Auntie Liz – an Aboriginal Elder who would like to see a hemp housing solution for communities.
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Special Announcement for Local Community Businesses

by Kitty Jellinek
As a web developer, over the years I have identified a stumbling block for small local community businesses, concerning their online promotional efforts – or should I say the lack of them. When discussing web development with a prospective client I have always emphasised the need for ongoing maintenance and promotion of their site. Usually these discussions were with the business owner or manager, who were very capable people at running their business – but with no experience in internet marketing. Some of them assigned a staff member to follow my recommendations on how to promote their own website. Others […]
Local Business

Mikode Local Community Network Sites Help Local Businesses

by Kitty Jellinek
What a lot of people fail to realize today is that the well being of local businesses affects everyone economically.   The main reason why people shop in chain stores within their own localities, rather than at the local business outlets is twofold. 1] People mistakenly think that the chain store in their locality is a local business. 2] Local businesses can’t compete with the monopolistic advertising of the super stores. Above is today’s Woolworth’s online catalogue – For area 4221. When I see this type of advertisement I ask: ½ prices, compared to what norm? Is this ½ the […]