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Finding the Right Gift for Father’s Day May Not Be as Hard as You Think Give a Gift Dad Will Remember…Luxurious, Stylish, and Thoughtful PALM BEACH , FLORIDA– (MAY 15, 2007) --Okay, so Father’s Day is right around the corner. Wondering what to get Dad? Neckties are often times considered the “stand-by” gift for guys but not anymore. More and more Dads are putting their best fashion foot forward with colorful neckties, as they know this simple accessory can make or break an outfit. Whether you are looking for the red power tie or sophisticated yet casual, there is a tie for every occasion. Give Dad a gift he will remember, something he can wear and treasure for years to come. Dad will feel extra special this year with a beautiful Italian necktie or pocket square from Belisi. With each Father’s Day purchase at Belisi, customers will receive free shipping with their orders. To qualify for free shipping, customers should visit Belisi.com. Belisi ties are made with more silk per inch than the average tie, which creates a fuller necktie knot, the hallmark of true luxury silk neckties. They come in a variety of colors and styles, so it’s easy to select a thoughtful gift that any father would appreciate. Pocket squares, which are making a big comeback, also make excellent Father's Day gifts. Belisi pocket squares are oversized, made with a lavish thick silk and hand-rolled on the border. So if you want to give a unique gift for that special guy in your life, a pocket square fits the bill. Another reason ties are still a fresh gift idea is that men can wear ties that accessorize with their partner’s silk scarf, which she can wear tied around her neck or draped around her shoulders as a shawl, tied on her wrist, worn as a belt or handbag accessory or in her hair (a very hot trend right now). Belisi Fashions remains steadfast in giving back to those less fortunate. Through the “Belisi Luxury with Meaning” program a minimum of 10 percent of the company’s pre-tax profits are donated to those in need. Keeping in-line with Belisi’s mission to create a community within a community, customers decide which charity to make their contribution. Some of the charities include: Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, American Heart Association, and 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com. Belisi was built on the philosophy that a tie or a scarf is more than an article of clothing—it completes your look. “There are plenty of Web sites where you can buy accessories but few where you feel like you’re a part of a fashion community,” affirms Peter Belisi of Belisi Fashions. The Belisi brand is flourishing, and anticipates the release of its new luxury handbag collection in Fall ’07. As with all Belisi products, the handbag collection will feature extraordinary detailing including real gold hardware, soft treated Italian leather and brushed fabrics, plus many other exclusive features only available through www.Belisi.com. About Belisi.com Belisi.com is an online community where customers are “Insiders” instead of order numbers. Being an “Insider” means access to special privileges including free shipping, gift wrap on all orders and a designated place on the Belisi Insider’s Advisory Board. Belisi Insiders’ opinions are more than thoughts expressed in cyber space. Peter Belisi embraces each comment, suggestion or question and responds to his clients personally. Belisi’s fashion blogs offer up-to-the-minute insight from fashion, beauty and lifestyle experts. Find out more by visiting: www.TheDivasDreams.com for women and www.SharpByDesignblog.com for men. Belisi also has a beauty blog, www.BeautifulMeblog.com, which keeps customers “in the know” about all things related to beauty—inside and out. About Belisi Fashions The Belisi brand is the brainchild of Peter Belisi, whose lifelong aspirations were to fuse the luxury and prestige of Palm Beach with Italian sophistication. Belisi embodies the spirit of true entrepreneurship with a passion for the best of everything, which is evident in the quality products produced. Each dramatic detail in a Belisi tie, pocket square and scarf represents Belisi’s unwavering commitment to creating fashion products that embody timeless sophistication and enduring beauty. # # # Belisi Press Contact: Amy Covington email@example.com 800.434.1962 Agency Contact: Cher Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org 703.323.5976
New to the blog scene is the Modern Matriarch, a niche blog that focuses mainly on writing and literature. The blog is only a month or so old and has already had over 2000 visitors which is not too shabby. The blogger is looking for tips on gaining more traffic and my advice would be to make sure to submit your blog to the search engines like Google, to continue to post on a regular basis, maybe to look into using Adwords to promote your blog some and to look for other kinds of blogs like this one who either does reviews or offers to post your link. Sites like John Chow and others off link exchanges. This might seem like a juvenile way to do things but ti does help to get your name out there. Also if you visit other blogs make it a habit to leave comments with your blog address. Don't be spammy, but if you are sincere you will start to notice people will follow you back to your blog. Forums are a great way to promote your blog also if done correctly. After a while you will just find that the blog will take on a life of its own and you will start to gain a following and as other blogs link to you the traffic will increase nicely. Good luck and love the blog! Keep up the great work.
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The above blogs all have one thing in common. Success, popularity, and great information. If you want to succeed then feed you mind with successful blogs. Read positive things and follow the example of the blogs that are working. These men are good enough to offer their know how to us to help us improve our blogs and when it comes right down to it, isn't that what we all want, a successful and popular blog with readers who enjoy our work. The blogosphere has transformed into a world unto itself and it is great to be a part of such a wonderful community.
I love a good scary movie, not so much a slash and dash horror movie, but a real...honest to goodness...ghost story! With the upcoming 1408 Movie, it got me thinking about some of the scary movies I have seen in the past and some of the ghost stories in my own past that creep back into my mind from time to time. We all have these kind of "ghost stories" we've all experienced, whether it be a creaking floor board while no one was upstairs or a door slamming by itself. Maybe it was the shadow that you thought you seen out of the corner of your eye, or the whisper of your name while you sat home alone. Getting shivers. Was it real? Was it our minds playing tricks on us or did these things really happen. Maybe it is a reoccurring dream that you have that sends chills down your spine. A childhood "boogieman" that you can't get out of your mind. We all have these "ghost stories" and it is part of what the 1408 Movie is all about!
I think the scariest time I can remember as a child was at bedtime. My bedroom was a the end of the hallway and the hall was always dark and cold. My reoccurring dream was about a "mad" clown with a long tongue that could stretch and chase you as you tried to run away. I would awake in cold sweats and shaking as a child after these horror dreams and would look out of the crack of my door into the hall. Having to go to the bathroom was terrifying. I slowly peaked my hear outside my door and slowly creep ed through the cold hall to get to the bathroom when I went to turn on the light a hand grabbed my wrist! It was my mom who was obviously not scared of the dark and went to the bathroom in the dark. I've never been so glad to see her as I was thrilled it wasn't the "tongue man" coming to get me. As the years went on I had forgotten about the tongue man, at least until now.
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