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March, 2011 | Healthy Living

Healthy Living

Jamie Lee Curtis and Activia Yogurt

Monday, 28. March 2011 von admin

Social media marketing which is known as SMO Social Media Optimization benefits organizations and individuals by providing an additional channel for customer support, a means to gain customer and competitive insight, recruitment and retention of new customers/business partners, and a method of managing their reputation online.

Here is example where famous person participate in Activia online marketing.

Activia Yogurt Sketch from SNL

Monday, 28. March 2011 von admin

Social media marketing is a recent addition to organizations’ integrated marketing communications plans. Integrated marketing communications is a principle organizations follow to connect with their targeted markets. Increasingly also viral marketing campaigns are grouped to integrated marketing communications. Social media marketing programs usually center on efforts to create content that attracts attention and encourages readers to share it with their social networks. Increased communication for organizations fosters brand awareness and better customer service. Additionally, social media serves as a relatively inexpensive platform for organizations to implement marketing campaigns.

Here is presented one Activia Yogurt Sketch.

The park covers 880 square kilometers

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

The park is home to many plants and animals. The landscape of Triglav national park is gorgeous. Vintgar Gorge

Park is also popular for its outdoor adventure possibilities.

Located in the heart of the Julian Alps in the north-west Slovenia, the Triglav national park is the only national park and at the same time biggest national protected area. Triglav National Park borders Italy in the west and Austria in the north.

 

The Triglav National Park 

Triglavska jezera

The Triglav National Park is among the earliest European parks; the first protection dates back to 1924 when the Alpine Conservation Park was established in the valley of Triglav Lakes.

Park is also popular for its outdoor adventure possibilities. Located in the heart of the Julian Alps in the north-west Slovenia, the Triglav national park is the only national park and at the same time biggest national protected area. Triglav National Park borders Italy in the west and Austria in the north.

 

Slovenian food comes from the ancient culture of Slovenia

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

The biggest influences have come from Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Italy, and these cultures mixing with the people of Slovenia have made Slovenian food what it is today. Much of traditional Slovenian food is difficult to digest being composed of fattening and high protein ingredients like mushrooms, beans, butter, pork, bacon, lard, and dairy products. Mushrooms are especially popular. National Slovenian foods, offer some truly delicious dishes. Here are some fine cuisine choices from Slovenia:

 

Gibanica (rolled cake)

This bread is made of thinly rolled dough spread with a cream, egg, cheese curd filling and formed into a spin roll.

Imag via Slovenia.info

Mavželj

This dish is a formed pork meat, polenta and herb ball stored in netting.

 

Certainly, traditional Slovenian cuisine and influences from neighbouring countries and beyond help to make up contemporary Slovenian food.

 

Prešeren Day

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

Prešeren is one of the most successful Slovenian poets in history. Some people choose to celebrate the holiday on the poet’s birth date, December 3, but the December date is not a noted national holiday. The original sentiment of the holiday was for people to enhance their education by attending cultural events, and many people continue to use the national holiday to focus on cultural education. Prešeren Day is one of 16 annual work free public holidays in Slovenia

Postojna Caves, also called Postojnska Jama

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

Travel to this city offers many attractions, including the most magnificent cave in the world, the Postojna Caves, also called Postojnska Jama.

 

This famous cave boasts the most beautiful formations and abundant wildlife of any one like it in Europe.


Postojna Caves, also called Postojnska Jama.Postojna caves

This site has been a tourist attraction since the mid 1800s, with a sophisticated lighting and rail system. The temperature underground remains consistently 8 -10 degrees Celsius, so be sure to dress warmly for the tour.


Postojna Caves also offers unique group tours and adventure packages. There are several team-building activities offered for visiting groups, which bond people both mentally and physically. A visit to the beauty of Postojna is a must for the European traveler.

 

Slovenia as an ideal holiday destination holiday

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

Kranjska Gora

Kranjska Gora is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Located way up in the Julian Alps, it is the ideal location where families can enjoy downhill skiing, alpine skiing, ice climbing, cross country skiing, sledding and other exciting winter activities. In the summer months, visitors can enjoy horseback riding, mountain climbing and more. Because it is such a popular spot, many exquisite holiday homes and apartments are located near this resort. Rates depend on the size of apartment chosen.

Bled

Bled-slovenia

The town of Bled is a perfect holiday location. It is located right on Lake Bled, where summer visitors can enjoy such activities as boating, bathing as well as taking scenic walks around the lake. The Vesna holiday apartments are just a 5-7 minute walk from Lake Bled

 

The flag features

Monday, 21. March 2011 von admin

The flag, as with most other flags has its own identity, significance, and history.

The flag features three equal horizontal bands of white, blue, and red, which runs from top to bottom. The flag is typically sized on width to length ratio of 1:2. There is also a logo of the Slovenian coat of arms found between the white and blue bands. The coat of arms is a shield depicting the tallest peak of Slovenia  Mount Triglav coloured in white on a blue background, with wavy lines at the bottom.

Both the tri-colour and the coat of arms have unique histories. The group was led by the famous activist Lovro Toman.

Similarly, the Slovenian coat of arms did not exist as a distinct identity.

All throughout history, Slovenia has always been part of one empire or another. The Slovenian flag is quite similar to the Russian and Slovakian flags. 

 

 

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