Whether you're holding a garage sale for the first time (or a yard sale, moving sale, or a tag sale) or you've had sales in the past and they weren't profitable, "The Garage Sale How-To Guide" is loaded with lots of practical advice to help make your next sale a success. This 124 page guide offers tips on: Efficient ways of gathering items to sell Suggested prices for your garage sale merchandise How and where to promote and advertise your sale to bring in customers How to make effective signs that bring people to your sale Setting up your displays to look appealing Planning ahead to avoid the last minute chaos Piggybacking other events What to have on hand during a sale Security measures you should take during your sale Attention-getters to get people to stop at your sale ...And much more. The author is a writer and business owner with more than 35 years of experience running garage sales. In "The Garage Sale-How to Guide" she shares her marketing and selling expertise as a business owner and her experience in running garage sales to help others learn to run their own successful garage sale."
Even if you haven't used GarageBand for iPad before, chances are you've heard a lot about it. When this iOS version of Apple's popular GarageBand for Mac application debuted in 2011, rave reviews began rolling in, and Apple has improved its performance and added features since then. If you've ever used GarageBand for Mac, you'll find yourself quite comfortable here -- the two apps have a lot in common. If you haven't, don't worry -- we cover everything you'll need to know in this guide. But, either way, prepare yourself for a unique experience. That's because of the unique touch interface of the iPad. Apple's GarageBand for iPhone app features several great software instruments that you can play just by touching the screen. This makes the experience of playing a guitar, for instance, or a drum set very natural for anyone who's ever played a musical instrument, and much more fun! Let Minute Help show you how!
Have you ever looked at mainstream religions like Christianity, Islam, or Judaism and thought you could do a better job of leading flocks of people in the worship of a higher being? Now's your chance! This handy guide will teach you how to create a deity and gather a following of worshipers!