Coming Soon

June 10th, 2014  / Author: admin

I know it has been a while since we added some reviews, and we have had people contacting us thinking that we had stopped all updates on the site.
We’re still here, good and strong, and will be making plenty of updates in the coming weeks and months.
If you would like us to add anything to the site, then let us know.

DVLA Contact Number Help

March 18th, 2013  / Author: admin

Its not always an easy task to find phone numbers for companies.

More and more companies are trying to answer customer queries by email, or with FAQ sections on their website. So in order to encourage this, they make it more difficult to find the phone numbers on their website.

There are websites which can help you find the number you are looking for, one of which is DVLA Contact Number – they make it easy to find the number that you are looking for with some typical questions.


Midlands Entrepeneur Steve Dodd – The property market is warming up says

September 24th, 2012  / Author: admin
Steve Dodd

Steve Dodd

Midlands Property Entrepeneur Steve Dodd, of FRD Associates and the Elevate Property Group, said: “This is a statement of faith that the property market is warming up.”

Dodd is referring to a new lease of life for a stalled project in that MORE than two decades of uncertainty over the future of a landmark building high on the Malvern Hills now seems to be over, with a major redevelopment well under way.

Wells House, a former coaching inn which was later a school, has been in the hands of a number of developers over the last 20 years, but none of their plans have come to fruition.

Chris Phillips Homes, got as far as opening a show apartment on 2008, but ground to a halt the next year after the firm went into voluntary liquidation as the economic crisis deepened.

But now Warwickshire-based firm FRD Associates has restarted the project.

Phase one of the development is already complete, with eight out of 11 apartments already reserved or sold. Work is under way on phase two, which will see eight more completed by the end of this month.

FRD Associates is now talking to architects and district planners about bringing the coach houses next door back into use as two more homes.

Wells House was built in 1748 as a coaching inn and later converted into a small hotel for visitors who enjoyed the pure spring Malvern water in the grounds and visited the Holy Well, just 400 yards away.

In the 20th century the building was a boarding school until 1991. Sir Edward Elgar played the chapel organ there for many years.

Dodd, a well know and prominent developer in the region with a track record spanning over 20 years said –   “This is a statement of faith that the property market is warming up.

Ward councillor Chris Cheeseman concurred: “This is a very difficult site, and congratulations are in order if this developer manages to succeed after so many have failed.”

Top Ten Websites to Download Free E-Books

April 24th, 2012  / Author: admin

Author: Mg Thin

Countless freebies can be downloaded over the Internet anytime, depending upon experience of a user and skillfulness in browsing the web. Most people are interested in free e-books for providing themselves with different types of knowledge. Despite those e-books are shared free of charge among readers around the world, some of them are even qualified for academic reference. Free e-book reader application software downloads are also available in most of them. The following list of websites will be useful for the ones who are eager to look for free e-books.


In this website, one can find varieties of links to the information needed. Anyone can join this website and sign up for free. To get started a category can be selected or browsed by the title of the book.


FreeBookSpot is an online source of free e-books download. There are 4485 free e-books in 96 categories which storage is up to 71, 97 GB. Search and download is available to get free books in various categories like scientific, engineering, programming, fiction and many other books. No registration is required to download free e-books.


There are nearly 30000 free books in the Project Gutenberg which is named after German printing pioneer, Gutenberg. Not only common readers but also researchers and scholars can depend upon the reference source available in this website.


The Internet Public Library provides over 20000 free books available online. Another link to this website is http://www. ipl. org [http://www.%20ipl.%20org]. Even daily newspapers or weekly and monthly magazines around the world also can be read free.


Getfreeebooks. com is a free e-books site where free books can be downloaded totally free. The e-books which one can find within this site are collected from all around the globe. There are a lot of fiction and non-fiction e-books for every reader’s choice.


This website provides readers with different useful links. Downloadable amount covers 20000 free e-books which include computer, self-improvement, literature, business, publishing, children and more. Every free e-book seeker should not miss directory contents available there.


OnlineFreeEBooks provides links to various e-books (mostly in PDF) spanning in 9 big categories which are: Automotive E-books, Business E-books, Engineering E-books, Gadget E-books, Hardware E-books, Health & Medical E-books, Hobbies E-books, Programming & Technology E-books, Sport & Martial Art E-books.


Free e-books in eBookLobby are divided into different categories which range from business, art, computing, technology education and so on. Any appropriate category of e-books can be searched and downloaded according to need.


OnlineComputerBooks contains details about free computer books, free e-books, free online books and sample chapters related to Information Technology, Computer Science, Internet, Business, Marketing, Math, Physics and Science which are provided by publishers or authors.


FreeTechBooks lists free online computer science, engineering and programming books, textbooks and lecture notes, all of which are legally and freely available over the Internet. Throughout FreeTechBooks, other terms are used to refer to a book, such as e-book, text, document, monogram or notes.

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Getting Facebook Page “Likes” no longer easy – Twiends get cut off.

June 25th, 2011  / Author: admin

One of the early sites involved in helping end users increase the “Like” numbers of their Facebook fan pages has had the oxygen supply cut off by Facebook themselves.

Twiends was an exchange system allowing users to “Like” each others pages. Since early June 2011, this facility has been pulled by Twiends.

Of course, getting some likes (at least 25) is needed to secure a permanent Facebook address.  Some businesses wishing to secure their address before it is taken by others are going to have to do it the hard way or explore alternatives.

The Twiends website offered the following statement

Although we would love to have Facebook on board with us, we see this as an opportunity to expand the Twitter services we offer. We have some exciting features planned on the Twitter side, such as competition features, and with the removal of Facebook from Twiends we’ll now have the capacity to roll these features out. We see this as an exciting new chapter for Twiends, where we can hopefully become an even more valuable contributor to the Twitter ecosystem.

Twiends still offers Twitter support as do a bunch of other sites.  However, for Facebook, getting huge numbers of “Likes”  is no longer a formality.

On a smaller scale, to get the 25 Likes to secure a permanent Facebook address, the end user can still take advantage of sites where they market your page to get Likes rather than indulging in simple link swapping.  It’s all automated and comes with a guranteed 24 Hour turnaround.

It’s important to stress that these Facebook addresses are going on a first come first served basis, so those who missed out on their web domain names during the Web 1 era, would be advised not to do the same as the Web 2 era matures.

Facebook is becoming essential for business – believe the hype.

February 24th, 2011  / Author: admin

600 million users and growing at the rate of 1 million sign ups a week.

Is Facebook the Google of this decade?

Click here for a dynamite article on how Facebook has exploded and the knock-on effect for businesses around the world.