My overall objective as regards my IM Index business is to help my fellow Internet Marketers achieve greater success through improved efficiency and organization.
The story of how I got here starts back at school when I was studying for examinations.
I generally did OKish in most subjects, but I was never a top performer. Looking back, I can create a convincing excuse (convincing to me, at least!) why that was the case. Leading up to examinations...
· I had the text books.
· I had my (often incomplete) notes taken during class.
· I had my homework books.
· And I was about to start a fourth source of information - my revision notes.
And that's where I got stuck.
How should I organize my revision notes? I already had three structures (four if you count the syllabus). Should I pick one of them? Or create a new one?
How much detail should I include? Should I simply copy out what I had written before? Should I include quotes from the textbook? Should I just use keywords - or even just headings? Or simply include references to the other sources?
And should I even bother making revision notes at all? After all, in most cases I'd never look at them again, so why go to all that effort?
About Tree Frog
Tree Frog Reader was created with the end reader in mind. Tree Frog lets you easily navigate through your book with books being organized into Chapters/Verse.
Tree Frog Reader Features Include:
-Adjust Font Size
-Adjust Font Type
-Auto Rotates into Portrait/Landscape Mode
-Ability to Lock into Portrait/Landscape Mode
-Read it anywhere no Internet needed
-Opens to last spot read
-Books Sorted into Chapters/Pages
-Images can easily be viewed within Reader
PublisherApp creator of the Tree Frog Reader, PublisherApp is software development team located in Southern Utah. Our technology includes our proprietary Publishing Platform and Tree Frog Reader which is dedicated to making it easier for Experts, Coaches, Professionals,Authors and Publishers to share their great content in a digital format!
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