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Why are Using Search Engines Such as Ethics of Using Labels?

Posted on27. Jan, 2009 by .

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Sonu Seo asked: Pay per click search engine advertising billions of dollars in revenue per year. If you spend the money to manipulate search results, which means: The success of the investigation in may inferior quality of PPC. Especially someone purpose other than the search for that money. Optimizing search engines is unethical? Optimizing search […]

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Sharing Christ in the Workplace

Posted on26. Jan, 2009 by .

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Darlene G. Snyder asked: Our Mandate Do you believe there is ever a time when we should not witness?  What do you think about witnessing in the workplace, is it ethical?  As Christians, should we consider the employer before taking their time to witness?  When is it ok to share Christ at work? Some might […]

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SEO An Ethical Appeal

Posted on25. Jan, 2009 by .

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Scott Lindsay asked: If you use a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) firm to help increase your sites visibility to search engines you should be aware that one of the simplest ways unscrupulous firms use to manage a meteoric rise to the number one spot is simply through Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising. Essentially you pay […]

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Prostitution

Posted on24. Jan, 2009 by .

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Punkerslut asked: Prostitution By Punkerslut I must say that the practice of prostitution has been given a very bad name. Yet, I see it everywhere. Men who pay for sex are simply either pre-occupied or too lazy. If they wanted to save some cash, they could simply spend 15 minutes everyday grooming themselves, and then […]

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Ethical Issues in Contemporary Business

Posted on24. Jan, 2009 by .

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Andrew asked: Business ethics is crucial to overall society well being and corporate organizations, if to view the issue from the business standpoint. Public confidence is ethical business operation is only yet to recover, as of February 2004, 75 percent of Americans found the image of big corporations either “not good” or even “terrible”. The […]

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Image Consultant Viewpoint: Ethics

Posted on23. Jan, 2009 by .

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Sandy Dumont asked: Written by Sandy Dumont “Expertise is of more importance to a successful career, while ethics is of the least significance.” This was the feedback of a study group at a well-known American university. This group recently completed a nationwide survey of university graduate program directors in the field of communications. They were […]

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Medical Industry Based on Risk Causing Monetary Losses and Medical Malpractice in Manhattan

Posted on22. Jan, 2009 by .

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Paul Justice asked: With all of the recent product contaminations in the last year, consumers must be aware that this type of behavior is only getting worse. Regulations and safety standards are not being as emphasized, as we would like them too. The sector of a business that deals with best practices and ethical decision-making […]

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Together We Sing: Feminist Consciousness in Haroti Folklores

Posted on22. Jan, 2009 by .

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Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi asked: Poetry and metaphors are everywhere. Even in folklores and myths of which origin is not dated because they find their place in spoken form and they passed orally from one generation to another. Folklores are natural songs that represent human life without poetic ostentation. Haroti folklores are similar to any other […]

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Have Ethics Been Lost in Cyber World?

Posted on22. Jan, 2009 by .

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Deb Hopkins asked: omic times as they are, many are turning to the internet to find ways to add to their income or replace incomes. The internet offers so much to so many across the globe……or does it? People are bombarded with all sorts of opportunities that leave the viewer wondering which one should they […]

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What are the Relationship of Internet Marketing and Affiliate Marketing?

Posted on21. Jan, 2009 by .

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Madhvi mittal asked: Affiliate marketing is an internet marketing practice where a business rewards affiliates for each customer that purchases something on their site. Affiliate marketing has been impacted by the rise of blogging and interactive online communities. Affiliates are now able to get closer with their customers and have a more personal relationship. This […]

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Finding An Ethical SEO Consultant

Posted on20. Jan, 2009 by .

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Ben Norman asked: Search engine optimization, popularly known as SEO, is a technique that optimizes a website in order to make it very search-engine-friendly. SEO can be performed at the programming as well as at the content end – the programming aspect of SEO tunes the website to the requirements of the latest search engines […]

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I Am a Millionaire Now – it is Different Than I Thought it Would be

Posted on20. Jan, 2009 by .

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Greg Cox asked: I am a millionaire, but I don’t feel like one. Perhaps the better way of saying it is it does not feel like I thought it would. Let’s get back to that a little later. First a bit about me and the family. I am a forty-one year old white male. Married […]

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In the Passing of a Brick: the Gvn Story

Posted on19. Jan, 2009 by .

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Megan Taddy asked: The first image in the photograph to emerge was the ghost of figures, pale outlines on glossy paper, developed in a dark lab among hundreds of other snapshots of birthdays and couples beaming in front of scenic landmarks and babies taking first steps. Plunged into its chemical bath and then saved from […]

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Get More Value from Your Values… By Walking Good Talk

Posted on19. Jan, 2009 by .

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Donald Mitchell asked: As difficult as it is to determine and reinforce the values of an organization, it’s even more difficult to be sure that those in the organization live those values in visible ways. But that visible following of values is much more valuable than simply establishing the values in the beginning. Here’s an […]

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Do Your Products Reflect Ethical Values

Posted on18. Jan, 2009 by .

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Akhil Shahani asked: You have initiated a business of your own couple of years back, and the progress is in full swing. Consumers feel the products are awesome, and you are all set to expand your reach. And why not! But, just when you think you’re ready to take the next big leap, someone asks […]

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What is Ethical Shopping?

Posted on17. Jan, 2009 by .

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Davinos Greeno asked: But you can by shopping in an Ethical way. Put simply, this is buying things that are made ethically by companies that act ethically. Buying ethically means buying a brand or from a company which doesn’t exploit labour, animals or the environment. The way in which you can act as an ‘ethical […]

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The Great Green Clean: How to Make your Own Ethical Cleaning Products

Posted on17. Jan, 2009 by .

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Adam Singleton asked: The last time you dressed in yellow rubber gloves, the most stained and ratty t-shirt you owned, and possibly a face-mask, you probably weren’t heading out to a fancy dress party, or even leaving your home at all. You were cleaning it. But why all this protective attire to combat dirt, germs […]

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An Ethical Clothing Company Story

Posted on16. Jan, 2009 by .

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Davinos Greeno asked: It may sound like a talkative monkey, but Gossypium is something even stranger- a clothing company that puts farmers first. Their name comes from the Latin for cotton, and expresses their unexpected belief that the way clothes are made is as important as how they look. All their clothes are made from […]

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Ethics of Abortion

Posted on15. Jan, 2009 by .

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CD Mohatta asked: Abortion will always remain a topic of discussion. Lot of religious, ethical and practical issues are involved in abortion. Is abortion killing? Is abortion taking away the rights of an unborn child? Is it not murder? And what if the parents or the mother does not want the child? Who will take […]

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Business is not a Social Giveaway

Posted on14. Jan, 2009 by .

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Donald Yates asked:   Make a profit and leave social programs to the Government.   Being in businesses serves one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to turn a profit for its owners or stake holders. People who begrudge businesses for making a profit don’t fully understand their purpose. In a capitalistic system […]

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People of the Book are One Another’s Trusted Friends

Posted on14. Jan, 2009 by .

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Harun Yahya asked: Islam is the religion of peace, love and tolerance. However, nowadays certain circles are trying to give Islamic morality the wrong image. The religion of Islam commands people to create an “abode of peace and well-being” on the face of the Earth, but those circles try to show the opposite of this […]

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How Can I Do Ethical Marketing Through Blogging

Posted on12. Jan, 2009 by .

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Mukeshh Kumarr asked: What on Earth is Astroturf Marketing It is believed that the concept of astroturf marketing was coined by US Senator Lloyd Bentsen of Texas to refer to situations in which people with no political agenda present grassroots perspectives on major issues. Simply put, astroturf marketing is the notion of promoting your product […]

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The PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

Posted on05. Jan, 2009 by .

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Cornelius Fichtner asked: Don’t steal, don’t cheat, and don’t lie. This short sentence pretty much sums up the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. It describes the expectations that we have of ourselves and our fellow practitioners in the global project management community. It articulates the ideals to which we aspire […]

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Ethics and Feminism Articles

Posted on28. Dec, 2008 by .

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Sue McLean asked: What do we mean by ethics? The word ethics comes from a Greek source meaning custom or habit. Ethical philosophy involves the study of right and wrong. Sometimes people use the word morality instead of ethics. Both morality and ethics are about finding out how we ought to live. Ethics is a […]

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Right Use of Power: the Heart of Ethics

Posted on27. Dec, 2008 by .

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Cedar Barstow asked: Both Meg and Rob were thinking about grief.  So a bit more about that.  Grief, of course, has it’s own rhythm and pace, and is a process….neither to be rushed nor clung to.  I’m reminded of the Sensitivity Cycle from the Hakomi Method.  The Sensitivity Cycle describes the process of becoming more […]

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Moral Theology

Posted on26. Dec, 2008 by .

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Ernie Fitzpatrick asked: Much of the church has attempted to make Christianity solely about ethics and morals. Guess who wins at that game? No one! There is no such thing as moral perfection and few if any absolutes this side of the third dimension. There is only ONE who is holy and that is the […]

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Turning Led into Gold: Ethics in the Jewelry Industry

Posted on25. Dec, 2008 by .

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Marc Choyt asked: “The death of one man is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic.” – Joseph Stalin “We’ve dodged the bullet,” is the consensus opinion of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, according to Frank Dallahan. “A job well done,” though, as the title of the opinion piece suggests, “The Gun Is Still […]

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Ethical Conduct: the Importance of High Moral Standards

Posted on19. Dec, 2008 by .

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William Allan Kritsonis, PhD asked:                             Ethical Conduct: The Importance of High Moral Standards _____________________________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT Ethical conduct should inspire a quality of behavior that exemplifies honor and dignity for oneself.  In a school district, teachers, administrators, staff, and school board members should understand the importance of ethical conduct in the educational arena.  […]

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Work Ethics, My Foot ! – Spirituality Information

Posted on18. Dec, 2008 by .

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Vishwriter asked: People talk about work ethics. Today i had an interesting gentlemen visit me at my office. He was fuming. He was a very religious person and he was annoyed of the fact that a charming girl in her twenty’s wearing tight jeans was reading the sacred book of Bhagavad Gita in the same […]

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Ethics And Legality Of Organ Transplants

Posted on12. Dec, 2008 by .

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Chris Chew asked: One of the greatest achievements in medical science is organ transplant surgery. People who have failing organs and are doomed to die can now be given a new lease on life by the generosity of organ donors who are giving part of their own bodies to save or enhance the lives of […]

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Ethical Insurance

Posted on12. Dec, 2008 by .

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Firoj Khan asked: Islamic finance places strong emphasis on the economical, ethical, moral, social, and religious dimensions, to enhance equality and fairness for the good of society as a whole, whereas the conventional financial system focuses primarily on the economic and financial aspects of transactions. As a result Islamic insurance might also be seen as […]

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The Facts About Ethical Search Engine Optimization

Posted on06. Dec, 2008 by .

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Meenakshi Wali asked: The search engine optimization techniques that are supported by the search engines are known as the ethical ways of SEO whereas the rest are under rated as unethical techniques that are not approved by the search engines. Most web masters blindly believe on the so-called ethical search engine optimization techniques and follow […]

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Consumer 101 Ethical Investment

Posted on05. Dec, 2008 by .

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Indiann Davinos asked: Money Makes The Arms Go Round Do you give money to the arms trade or to industries destroying our environment? Most of us would be shocked and indignant if accused of doing this. But traditionally, when we invest we give up the right to decide where our money goes and our hard […]

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Entrepreneurship With Ethics

Posted on05. Dec, 2008 by .

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Thanaseelan asked: Why is it important to establish the moral status of entrepreneurship? Unless it can be shown that the entrepreneur does what is morally worthwhile as an entrepreneur, that his role is ethically praiseworthy, not only his or her status in the market but the market itself becomes vulnerable to serious moral criticism. This […]

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International Company and Ethics

Posted on04. Dec, 2008 by .

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Andrew Sandon asked: International Company and Ethics The issue of business ethics is engaging companies more and more – both domestically and internationally. This trend is accentuated by high-profile examples of breaches of accepted standards of ethical behavior. For example, the recent Enron case where inadequate checks and balances within the firm enabled unethical behavior […]

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Ethics in Education

Posted on14. Aug, 2008 by .

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Emily Wyschynskyj asked: In a post WorldCom, post Enron world, should colleges be doing more to prepare graduates for what lies ahead in the ‘real world’? It is safe to say that somewhere along the line ethics education has failed within this country. One need look no further than the front page of their morning […]

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Right Use of Power: the Heart of Ethics

Posted on08. Jun, 2008 by .

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Cedar Barstow asked: Both Meg and Rob were thinking about grief.  So a bit more about that.  Grief, of course, has it’s own rhythm and pace, and is a process….neither to be rushed nor clung to.  I’m reminded of the Sensitivity Cycle from the Hakomi Method.  The Sensitivity Cycle describes the process of becoming more […]

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What is More Ethical Blogs or News Media?

Posted on04. May, 2008 by .

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Rob Glenn asked: We are hearing more and more that readers believe the information contained in Blogs is more reliable than the print news media. (I don’t think a direct comparison between the electronic media and Blogs makes much sense, so my comparison is direct: written material vs. written material.) While I find this shift […]

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Ethics in Education

Posted on03. Apr, 2008 by .

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Emily Wyschynskyj asked: In a post WorldCom, post Enron world, should colleges be doing more to prepare graduates for what lies ahead in the ‘real world’? It is safe to say that somewhere along the line ethics education has failed within this country. One need look no further than the front page of their morning […]

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Teenagers and the Ethics of Music File Sharing

Posted on27. Feb, 2008 by .

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gavi eskin asked: My sixteen year old daughter is a typical teenager – sometimes she’s rude and arrogant, but most times she’s just asleep or grooming herself- If only she worked at math like she works on her hair.  Like mostteens she loves music. I have tried to broaden her appreciation of different genres by […]

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