Jun 112013
 


Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 07, 2013

SellMyRVToday.com implements the new Applications RVers Love campaign. The campaign will feature one hot, new application recommended by RVers each month on the Sell My RV blog (accessible through the company website and featuring a wide array of articles on RV related topics).

Gerard Pedata of SellMyRVToday.com said, Even RVers who were never big on keeping up with technology often stay right on top of the newest releases of new smart phone and tablet products because they offer access to so many extremely affordable and helpful tools in such a small package.

Benefits of Downloading/Purchasing Applications on Smart Phones and/or Tablets:

1. Many RVers are on a budget. Turning to applications can save them money. For example, being able to access a free mapping application on their phone means being able to spend more money on actual travel rather than the purchase of GPS devices or emergency vehicle location services, etc.

2. Applications are extremely handy to many RVers as they provide access to tools, entertainment, communication platforms, organizational tools, data storage, travel planning programs, etc. Theres an application for everything. Homeschooling in the RV? Theres an app for that. RV cooking? Theres an app for that. Ghost stories around the campfire? Theres an app for that.

3. Applications are all downloaded and stored for easy access on the users mobile device. Since mobile devices are, of necessity, very small, they take up little to no room in the recreational vehicle. Its a space saver for those who utilize it correctly. Books, movies, TV shows and music can be downloaded directly to a mobile device or streamed directly from online sources through a mobile device when Internet is available.

RVers who havent yet embraced the possibilities offered by the ever-increasing number of helpful applications will find the Applications RVers Love features extremely helpful. The monthly application recommendations will provide them with access to basic features/descriptions, price ranges, similar programs (when appropriate), reviews, advantages and disadvantages, etc.

SellMyRVToday.com is a website run by one of the largest RV buyers in the country devoted to one thing: purchasing used RVs quickly and efficiently. SellMyRVToday.com is not just another of the many consignment RV dealers; theyre professional RV buyers specializing in buying late model recreational vehicles and motorhomes including: Class A, Class B, Class C, Dieselpushers, etc.







More Blogging For Money Press Releases

 Posted by at 7:28 am
May 272013
 

A few nice blogging for money images I found:

10/9 LA Times
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Image by MyEyeSees

A Pretty Ugly Day…. we’re in for a deep and long recession, something we’ve not seen in three decades. Before market opens, Paulson signals US may invest in lenders as part of 0 billion rescue; Bernake, Paulson seek global help as credit crisis defeats US efforts. Global markets lurch in crisis. Can a unified approach to fighting the world financial crisis be reached?U.S. action so far is unprecedented in scale since the Great Depression. In the past five weeks alone, the government has taken over mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, rescued insurer American International Group Inc., backed the deposits of money-market funds and authorized a 0 billion bank rescue program.
Bailout now called: 0 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program.

The problem has now morphed from a U.S. housing recession into a global financial meltdown. UK calls it a Bailout Plan.

Credit markets had stalled Tuesday and Wednesday. Stock prices in the United States went on a roller-coaster ride, at the end of which the Dow Jones industrial average was down 189 points, or 2 percent.

It becomes official: US is in a recession

trillion in global stock-market losses on October 6 and 7
The National Debt clock in New York reached its limits last month as the national debt exceeded trillion for the first time, the clock ran out of digits to record the number.

This is Part II of the Media Study on the US Financial Crisis, a study that started with Part I at the end of September.

Part I of the Media Study is at www.flickr.com/photos/myeye/sets/72157607584362826/
Blogging on the subject starts with
Bigge$ st Cri$ i$ and Media–
motherpie.typepad.com/motherpie/2008/09/bigget-crii-and.html

 Posted by at 3:29 pm
May 222013
 

A few nice blogging for money images I found:

10/8 Time: Global Markets’ Meltdown
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Image by MyEyeSees

A Pretty Ugly Day…. we’re in for a deep and long recession, something we’ve not seen in three decades. Before market opens, Paulson signals US may invest in lenders as part of 0 billion rescue; Bernake, Paulson seek global help as credit crisis defeats US efforts. Global markets lurch in crisis. Can a unified approach to fighting the world financial crisis be reached?U.S. action so far is unprecedented in scale since the Great Depression. In the past five weeks alone, the government has taken over mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, rescued insurer American International Group Inc., backed the deposits of money-market funds and authorized a 0 billion bank rescue program.
Bailout now called: 0 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program.

The problem has now morphed from a U.S. housing recession into a global financial meltdown. UK calls it a Bailout Plan.

Credit markets had stalled Tuesday and Wednesday. Stock prices in the United States went on a roller-coaster ride, at the end of which the Dow Jones industrial average was down 189 points, or 2 percent.

It becomes official: US is in a recession

trillion in global stock-market losses on October 6 and 7
The National Debt clock in New York reached its limits last month as the national debt exceeded trillion for the first time, the clock ran out of digits to record the number.

This is Part II of the Media Study on the US Financial Crisis, a study that started with Part I at the end of September.

Part I of the Media Study is at www.flickr.com/photos/myeye/sets/72157607584362826/
Blogging on the subject starts with
Bigge$ st Cri$ i$ and Media–
motherpie.typepad.com/motherpie/2008/09/bigget-crii-and.html

10/9 CNN shows Panic Setting In…
blogging for money

Image by MyEyeSees
A Pretty Ugly Day…. we’re in for a deep and long recession, something we’ve not seen in three decades. Before market opens, Paulson signals US may invest in lenders as part of 0 billion rescue; Bernake, Paulson seek global help as credit crisis defeats US efforts. Global markets lurch in crisis. Can a unified approach to fighting the world financial crisis be reached?U.S. action so far is unprecedented in scale since the Great Depression. In the past five weeks alone, the government has taken over mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, rescued insurer American International Group Inc., backed the deposits of money-market funds and authorized a 0 billion bank rescue program.
Bailout now called: 0 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program.

The problem has now morphed from a U.S. housing recession into a global financial meltdown. UK calls it a Bailout Plan.

Credit markets had stalled Tuesday and Wednesday. Stock prices in the United States went on a roller-coaster ride, at the end of which the Dow Jones industrial average was down 189 points, or 2 percent.

It becomes official: US is in a recession

trillion in global stock-market losses on October 6 and 7
The National Debt clock in New York reached its limits last month as the national debt exceeded trillion for the first time, the clock ran out of digits to record the number.

This is Part II of the Media Study on the US Financial Crisis, a study that started with Part I at the end of September.

Part I of the Media Study is at www.flickr.com/photos/myeye/sets/72157607584362826/
Blogging on the subject starts with
Bigge$ st Cri$ i$ and Media–
motherpie.typepad.com/motherpie/2008/09/bigget-crii-and.html

 Posted by at 7:35 am
May 182013
 

A few nice blogging for money images I found:

MKPLA Rose Floats SteveBasil • 2009_15.jpg
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Image by Doctor Noe
(Photo copyright © Noe Gold 2009, blogging at Doctor Noe’s Smooth Gadget doctornoemedia.blogspot.com/)
January 2, 2009
Rose Parade program seller Steve Basil

MKPLA senior man Steve Basil sells Rose Parade programs in a heavily trafficked crossroads of the floats viewing area.

Thousands of people gathered in Pasadena to view the floats, which were on display for three days immediately following the Pasadena pageant.

I was part of this year’s team of program sellers for The ManKind Project Los Angeles (http://www.mkpla.org). This is our second annual Hector Roybal Memorial Rose Parade FUNdraiser Iniative, which raises money so that we can fund scholarships to our New Warrior Training Adventure weekends put on by The ManKind Project. Please go to our website (http://www.mkpla.org) to find out more about our incredible organization and the work we do.

The first photo in this set, which features me, is the lead photo of a nice slideshow that LA Times shooter Robert Gauthier did that day at the floats viewing area:
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-0102-floats-pg,0,4689763.photogallery

To see more of the Times’ coverage of the Parade, go here: http://www.latimes.com/la-me-2009rose_parade-pg,0,2299319.photogallery?1

I’ll be posting some of my own photos of the Parade and the Rose Bowl, which I also attended, in the next few days.

This will be part of the 2009 ManKind Project LA Rose Parade FUNdraiser set here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/doctor_noe/3167298229/in/set-72157612112207487/

MKPLA Rose Parade crazyguy • 2009_07.jpg
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Image by Doctor Noe
(Photo copyright © Noe Gold 2009, blogging at Doctor Noe’s Smooth Gadget doctornoemedia.blogspot.com/)
January 1, 2009
A dedicated merrymaker

Thousands of people gathered in Pasadena to view the floats, which were on display for three days immediately following the Pasadena pageant.

I was part of this year’s team of program sellers for The ManKind Project Los Angeles (http://www.mkpla.org). This is our second annual Hector Roybal Memorial Rose Parade FUNdraiser Iniative, which raises money so that we can fund scholarships to our New Warrior Training Adventure weekends put on by The ManKind Project. Please go to our website (http://www.mkpla.org) to find out more about our incredible organization and the work we do.

The first photo in this set, which features me, is the lead photo of a nice slideshow that LA Times shooter Robert Gauthier did that day at the floats viewing area:
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-0102-floats-pg,0,4689763.photogallery

To see more of the Times’ coverage of the Parade, go here: http://www.latimes.com/la-me-2009rose_parade-pg,0,2299319.photogallery?1

I’ll be posting some of my own photos of the Parade and the Rose Bowl, which I also attended, in the next few days.

This will be part of the 2009 ManKind Project LA Rose Parade FUNdraiser set here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/doctor_noe/3167298229/in/set-72157612112207487/

 Posted by at 7:30 am