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SEO Strategies That Are No Longer in Vogue

By Jennifer Simons You may be using ineffective and outdated SEO strategies. We are certainly not talking about black hat SEO strategies that could ultimately destroy and ruin your site. Here the discussion is about all those tactics that at one point in time used to be pretty effective and that several...

HILSA; THE KING OF FISH

By  Debashis Das      Bengalis are well-known for their fondness of fishes, as well as, for sweets. Supported by mother river Ganges, along with other different sized water bodies and even with a little coastal area, fish of different varieties, is a round-the-year availability. In Bengal, the fish market...

Merry Everything, Happy Always

Hotels are usually decorated lovely for the holidays and the Omni Shoreham in Washington D. C. was no exception. We were there for a meeting while they had two hallways and the lobby full of trees to be auctioned. We were also there to watch the trees be wrapped and rolled out for delivery. Even though we...

Guest Bloggers Wanted Who Wish To Write on Food Wine And Travel

Are you interested in becoming a guest blogger on www.whereandwhatintheworld.com?  We are looking for guest bloggers to contribute to our site. We are accepting submissions of articles that are 800-1000 words, we need the author’s bio and photo to accompany the blog post.  We ask that our guest bloggers...

Discover What Awaits John Andrews in the Newest Installment of the Spellbinding Salem Witch Trilogy

Author Jack Heath and John Thompson’s Novel “Salem VI Book II: Chain of Souls” Continues The Paranormal Witch-Hunt CHARLESTON, S.C. — Only days after a bloody battle in which he the killed the leaders of the group of Devil worshippers known as the Salem Coven John Andrews learns that his daughter, Sarah,...

Travel and Words—A Gateway to Seaside, Oregon

  Recently, my wife Maralyn, fellow journalist Michelle Winner, and I attended the Travel and Words Conference in Seaside, Oregon. We were delighted to take advantage of this opportunity to tour the town of Seaside and nearby sites. Food, Frivolity, and, of Course, Beer Our tour started with lunch at Camp...

Discovering the Real Hawaii – Non-IFWTWA Members Invited to Attend Hawaii Conference Via a Special IFWTWA Membership

In general, most of you who follow this site are not food, wine, travel writers or blog on the subject. However, some of you are and I wanted to open up this wonderful opportunity. It is only appropriate for those who are journalists or bloggers who blog on the food, wine or travel topic. We still have a...

The Iconic Spirits Blog: Partida Tequila and Cocktails, Partida Margarita, Ruby Partida, Anejo Old Fashioned

 By Mark Spivak Most of us are suckers for tradition—the fourth-generation distiller, the wine estate dating to 1600. At the same time, we cherish entrepreneurs, and admire the visionary person who creates something out of nothing. Partida Tequila falls firmly in the second category. It was created by J....

Women’s Wine Council – Keep Life Interesting

By Corie Maue I joke from time to time about how easy life would be if everyone were more like me, but the truth is, our differences make life more fun and interesting.  Quite frankly, if we all agreed on everything, life would come to a boring halt as we would have nothing to talk about. Imagine the wine...

Review: Bonjour French Cafe on Siesta Key, Florida

Bon Jour…How delightful to discover a brand new French cafe on my favorite island of Siesta Key close to Sarasota. Siesta’s soft sugar white sands and clear turquoise waters were voted the best beach in the nation this year. This week I was on the key three  times, so far, mainly to feast at the new Bonjour...

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