Friday, August 21, 2009

Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) Partners with Miami Online Loans & Services

Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) Partners with Miami Online Loans & Services

Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 23, 2005

Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com), a CosmicBreath. com Partners web property and online shopping mall developed as a means to generate funds for charitable causes while creating new revenue streams for merchant / affiliate partners, today announced that they are partnering with Miami Online Loans & Services, mortgage, residential / commercial loan and refinance specialists.

Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) Media Manager, Sarah Jimenez said, "We're excited about partnering with Miami Online Loans & Services. Through affiliations with innovative partners like Miami Online Loans & Services who offer hard-to-find niche products and services, we are able to meet the growing needs of the diverse Florida markets. The fact that Miami Online Loans & Services wants to extend their offerings to Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) members is a testament to the level of dedication to helping customers and a commitment to improving the overall landscape of online customer service and expansion within the industry."

Henry Untherwatte, an affiliated partner of Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) added, "I am proud to be working with Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) and I look forward to reaching new customers with products and services that until now, were virtually impossible to come by. We feel confident that Miami Online Loans & Services will add to the success we've been able to achieve as a result of our partnership with CosmicBreath. com Partners."

By creating an online marketplace where people can buy the things they would normally buy online anyway and helping charitable causes, Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) introduces loyal ready-to-purchase shoppers with the makers and retailers of common goods as well as hard to find products.

To learn more about Miami Online Loans & Services go to: http://cgi. tripod. com/miamimortgages/cgi-bin/index. pl? miami=on&commercial=commercial (http://cgi. tripod. com/miamimortgages/cgi-bin/index. pl? miami=on&commercial=commercial) or http://www. MallCure. com/miami-online-home-loans. asp (http://www. MallCure. com/miami-online-home-loans. asp)

About Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com)

Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) is an online shopping mall developed as a means to generate funds for charitable causes while creating new revenue streams for merchant and affiliate partners like Marbella Tours, Target, Walmart, Costa Rica Travel Tours, Busted Tees, DecoBride. com and now Miami Online Loans & Services! Plus many more, see for yourself: http://cgi. tripod. com/floridashopping/cgi-bin/index. pl? c=Michigan&Christmas=christmas&Chri=inexpensive&handcrafted=PUevF7g0zNF (http://cgi. tripod. com/floridashopping/cgi-bin/index. pl? c=Michigan&Christmas=christmas&Chri=inexpensive&handcrafted=PUevF7g0zNF)

About CosmicBreath. com Partners

CosmicBreath. com Partners is a boutique e-business group redefining performance marketing and dedicated to helping businesses prosper on the web. They deliver true performance-based marketing solutions for retailers, service providers, etc. looking to leverage the power of technology and new media to increase revenue through untapped channels. To learn more about Mall+Cure's Here In Miami (HereInMiami. com) or its parent company, CosmicBreath. com Partners, go to: http://www. cosmicbreath. com/cgi-bin/index. pl (http://www. cosmicbreath. com/cgi-bin/index. pl)

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Zeus of Crete Travel, the Leading Travel Agency in Crete, Now In the Internet

Zeus of Crete Travel, the Leading Travel Agency in Crete, Now In the Internet

Zeus of Crete today, are making their presence in tourism even more dynamic and easily accessible by creating the website http://www. zeus. gr. Our website visitor is able from anywhere at anytime, through the products search engine, to select and buy immediately all services offered according to his needs.

(PRWEB) February 2, 2005

Zeus of Crete today, are making their presence in tourism even more dynamic and easily accessible by creating the website http://www. zeus. gr (http://www. zeus. gr).

Our website visitor is able from anywhere at anytime, through the products search engine, to select and buy immediately all services offered according to his needs.

Also, he can find a very detailed tourist guide of Crete with photographs, text and maps, in which there is information for all places he is interested in.

Our website was developed based on our long experience and vast knowledge in tourism, with a sole purpose to meet the continuously rising requirements of todayÂ’s consumer.

Today, Zeus of Crete cooperate with more than 400 hotels on the island and represent large tourist organizations such as Thomas Cook A. G., Teorema, EuroTravel, Atlas, Kompas, Springer etc. We take care of more than 400.000 tourists per year, with branch offices all over Crete.

Zeus of Crete was established in Heraklion in the year 1966 and after 38 years of dynamic presence in tourism, managed to climb in one of the leading places in the tourist market of Greece.

The services provided by the competent and experienced staff of Zeus is transfers, hotel reservations, tourist packages, cruises, excursions, car hire, groups/incentives, conferences and generally anything a visitor requires to have the most beautiful holidays.

Mail address:

Zeus of Crete S. A.

1 Lordou Vyronos str,

P. O. 71202

Heraklion, Crete


Url: http://www. zeus. gr (http://www. zeus. gr)
Email: info@zeus. gr

Tel: +30 2810 398655

Fax: +30 2810 398639


Yahoo! Announces Top Trends in Search in 2007

Yahoo! Announces Top Trends in Search in 2007

Yahoo! today announced the Top Trends in Search, as told through the billions of searches in 2007 conducted by millions of Yahoo! searchers around the globe. Yahoo!'s Top Trends in Search reveals a portrait of a culture on the brink of political breakaways, celebrity breakdowns, technological breakthroughs, environmental action, sporting errors and final farewells to popular icons.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. (PRWEB) December 3, 2007

 "Searches can give us insight into a culture in motion and Yahoo!'s Top Trends in Search in 2007 reflects the world's fascination with crossroads and breakthroughs. People weren't just buzzing about celebrity. More than ever they sought to be environmentally responsible, were using the Web to find out about food and product safety and getting the scoop on the latest gadgets," said Heather Cabot, Yahoo! Web Life Editor.

Top Trends in Search in 2007

News Stories - top 10 news stories

1. Saddam Hussein

2. Iran

3. Iraq

4. President George W. Bush

5. Oil and Gas prices

6. Barack Obama

7. Hillary Rodham Clinton

8. San Diego Fires

9. Afghanistan

10. Virginia Tech

This year, the availability of footage of Saddam Hussein's final moments caused searches for him to soar making the late Iraqi leader the most searched figure in the news of 2007. In addition, the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan propelled buzz throughout the year. With the ongoing diplomatic situation with Iran and visit from the Iranian president, Yahoo! users searched for more information on Iran than Iraq this year. Among the Presidential hopefuls, who embraced the Web in larger numbers this year, Democratic contenders Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton once again drummed up a large number of searches.

Grass is Always Greener - top 10 environmental searches

1. Recycling

2. Global Warming

3. Freecycle

4. Earth

5. Pollution

6. Al Gore

7. Environmental Protection Agency

8. Live Earth

9. Hybrid Cars

10. Solar Energy

2007 may go down as the year people stopped talking about the climate crisis and actually did something about it. Yahoo! Searches found that people searched for ways to help the environment, on a global and personal level. Al Gore's, "An Inconvenient Truth," won an Academy Award and brought global warming to the fore-front. Also, "Freecycle. org," a social networking approach to local recycling, emerged as a hit to consumers that sought to exchange used goods in their neighborhoods. 2007 saw searches about global warming and energy-saving cars reach their highest levels ever.

Celebrity Downslides - top 10 troubled stars

1. Britney Spears

2. Paris Hilton

3. Anna Nicole Smith

4. Vanessa Anne Hudgens

5. Nicole Richie

6. Amy Winehouse

7. Rosie O'Donnell

8. Tara Conner

9. Michael Vick

10. Owen Wilson

This year, Yahoo! searches kept up with the twists and turns of troubled Hollywood stars with Britney Spears, Paris Hilton and Anna Nicole Smith at the top. Traffic violations drove socialites Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie to jail, and Lindsay Lohan went to rehab numerous times. The story of Anna Nicole Smith and her unexpected death resulted in a great spike in searches and Vanessa Ann Hudgens, the Disney star of "High School Musical", became even more popular following her photo scandal.

The Year of I, You and Wii - top 10 in tech

1. YouTube

2. Wikipedia

3. Facebook

4. iTunes

5. iPod

6. iPhone

7. Nintendo Wii

8. Xbox

9. Sony PlayStation 3

10. Guitar Hero

In 2007, a cell phone had people camping on the doorsteps of local wireless stores. Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, introduced the iPhone at MacWorld in January. From that moment on, searches on Yahoo! soared as people clamored for the latest gadget from the company who also brought us the infamous iPod. Nintendo's Wii had a similarly seductive quality. The game console debuted in late 2006, amidst predictions of a stiff competition from the Sony PlayStation 3 and the new Xbox. However, gadgets and games weren't the only things pushing tech to its limits - 2007 was also the year that presidential candidates en masse appealed to their citizenry through the Internet. Technology wasn't so much breaking new ground, as it was entering into a new maturity.

Tag, You're It - top 10 on del. icio. us

1. Design


3. Games

4. Music

5. Web 2.0

6. Video

7. Ubuntu

8. Travel

9. Photography

10. Mac

Creativity and creation marked the 2007 searches on social search and bookmarking site, del. icio. us (http://delicious. com (http://delicious. com)), which serves as the "shared Web memory" for millions of technologists, librarians, journalists, and others who enjoy staying on the cutting edge of what's new and interesting in technology and society. The pursuit of design took the top spot among the millions of del. icio. us users, who shared and tagged Web pages and articles on how to groom a website and tinker with typography for maximum effect.

Recalling the Recall - top 10 consumer call-backs

1. Pet Food Recall

2. Fisher Price

3. Thomas the Tank Engine

4. Dog Food Recall

5. Menu Foods

6. E. coli

7. Food Poisoning

8. Toy Recall

9. Peanut Butter recall

10. Topps

In early spring of 2007, reports of poisoned dog food spurred frantic searches about the pet food recall. For weeks, pet owners examined every brand of food to gauge its safety, and some resorted back to homemade recipes just as a precaution. Toy recalls, bearing the likeness of Thomas the Tank Engine and Fisher Price, suddenly spiked in searches due to the discovery of lead based paint in their products. Ultimately, the commanding search of food safety-related searches such as Menu Foods, E. coli, and Topps, surged to the top in an effort to stay informed. As companies' spot-testing measures and governmental agreements worked to restore consumer confidence, searches of these issues and additional recall announcements continued.

Elementary Deductions - top 10 searches on Yahoo! Kids

1. Games

2. Animals

3. Dinosaurs

4. Math

5. Hannah Montana

6. Solar System

7. George Washington

8. Halloween

9. Sally Ride

10. Global Warming

This year, kids ages 7-12 showed their environmental consciousness as they searched on topics of global proportions and endangered animals. Global warming was among 2007's top 10 searches on Yahoo! Kids. Although math topped the list of the most-searched school subject, science was also popular, with related searches on dinosaurs and the solar system remained high on the list among both boys and girls.

Hits, Runs and Errors - top 10 sports news


2. Maria Sharapova

3. Boston Red Sox

4. David Beckham

5. Serena Williams

6. Chicago Bears

7. Christiano Ronaldo

8. Super Bowl

9. Ronaldinho

10. Ashley Force

2007 featured several buzz-worthy sports searches, with Nascar at number one, continuing to be an American favorite. Searches showed that Maria Sharapova was very hot this year, and Serena Williams' triumph in the Australian open after a series of injuries made her a favorite of Yahoo! searchers. In a final ode to joy, the Boston Red Sox capped the year with a fantastic finish to the baseball season.

Final Farewells - top 10 send-offs

1. Harry Potter

2. Anna Nicole Smith

3. The Sopranos

4. Rosie O'Donnell

5. Gilmore Girls

6. The OC

7. Barbaro

8. Richard Jeni

9. Iwao Takamoto

10. Captain America

In 2007, we said goodbye to a number of favorite characters, both real and fictional. Harry Potter, Hermione, and Ron, the creations of author J. K. Rowling, all of which whom earned the most fare-thee-well searches of 2007, and making it the final chapter of the young wizards' adventures. Anna Nicole Smith's tragic passing intrigued many fans to search for her throughout the past year. In that curious intersection of real and fictional worlds, the assassination of comic-book character, Captain America, who was gunned down after defending his civil liberties, was too laden with symbolism to ignore. His death provoked a strong search reaction, although plans for his legacy continue to be in the works.

To find out more about the top trends in Yahoo! Search go to http://buzz. yahoo. com/toptrends2007 (http://buzz. yahoo. com/toptrends2007) or search for "Top Trends 2007" on yahoo. com.

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