100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs in 2016 – FlexJobs

We are excited to announce the release of our third annual list of the 100 top companies to watch for remote jobs in the year ahead! Check it out!

Source: 100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs in 2016 – FlexJobs

 

 

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  1. LiveOps **
  2. TeleTech **
  3. Amazon **
  4. Sutherland Global Services **
  5. UnitedHealth Group **
  6. Dell **
  7. IBM
  8. U.S. Department of Agriculture **
  9. Working Solutions **
  10. Humana **
  11. Aetna **
  12. Intuit **
  13. Kaplan **
  14. Kelly Services **
  15. Cactus Communications **
  16. Westat **
  17. Salesforce **
  18. PAREXEL **
  19. CyberCoders
  20. American Express **
  21. VMware **
  22. SAP **
  23. Xerox **
  24. First Data **
  25. US-Reports **
  26. Oracle
  27. CACI International
  28. A Place for Mom
  29. Anthem, Inc. **
  30. Dell SecureWorks
  31. World Travel Holdings **
  32. ADP **
  33. Aon **
  34. University of Maryland University College **
  35. Allergan Inc
  36. K12 **
  37. U.S. Department of Transportation **
  38. CSI Companies
  39. Robert Half **
  40. Nielsen **
  41. Red Hat **
  42. Adobe Systems
  43. Overland Solutions, Inc. **
  44. BCD Travel
  45. Connections Education **
  46. Deloitte **
  47. Apple **
  48. McKesson Corporation **
  49. Thermo Fisher Scientific **
  50. Precyse **
  51. Haynes & Company **
  52. Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc.
  53. IT Pros Philadelphia
  54. Cigna **
  55. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt **
  56. Sungard Availability Services
  57. Infor
  58. Sodexo **
  59. About.com
  60. Altegra Health
  61. GE – General Electric
  62. Western Governors University **
  63. Grand Canyon University
  64. Walden University
  65. Vivint
  66. BroadSpire
  67. Covance **
  68. Ellucian
  69. HD Supply **
  70. Perficient Inc.
  71. Teradata **
  72. Wells Fargo **
  73. Symantec Corporation
  74. Real Staffing **
  75. Science Applications International Corporation – SAIC **
  76. AmerisourceBergen Corporation
  77. Appen **
  78. Hartford Financial Services Group
  79. RetailData
  80. SYKES
  81. CSRA
  82. Citizens Financial Group
  83. CVS Health
  84. Healthfirst **
  85. American Heart Association **
  86. BMC Software
  87. hibu
  88. inVentiv Health **
  89. Rosetta Stone
  90. Erie Insurance Group **
  91. Worldpay **
  92. Clevertech **
  93. Achieve Test Prep **
  94. Deluxe **
  95. DataStax **
  96. CDK Global **
  97. Teleflex
  98. Aquent **
  99. Parallon
  100. U.S. Department of the Interior

 

 

She believed she could, so she did. How to manifest the life you want!

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We’ve all seen the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory right? If you haven’t it is one of those classic, must see movies of all time. In the movie Charlie is a very poor boy, his family struggles to make ends meet everyday, he works a job delivering papers to help his family and dreams of one day escaping poverty. One day a contest is announced that became his ticket to escape. He wins the contest that millions wanted to win. Was it by luck? He was obviously not a lucky boy in most aspects, he had every disadvantage. So why did his life suddenly shift? Because he believed it could. That’s the power we hold within ourselves. It’s much more than just thinking positive. It’s more about thinking directly about the things we want to come into our lives.We can’t focus on the things we don’t want, but rather think about the things you want, in a direct and affirmative way. Here’s an example of how this worked for me.

A few years back there was a local radio station contest that had one of the biggest prizes ever offered. It was for an event called The Grown and Sexy Prom. I know right? Since I hadn’t been to my own prom in high school I thought it would be fun to have the chance to re-live this moment that had slipped away. So my husband and I bought tickets, from the moment I heard this ad on the radio, for some weird reason I kept having this mental picture in my mind I couldn’t shake about me winning. I wanted to win really bad, but I think it was more than that. I could not get this thought out of my head. It was a part of my day, everyday. When the event came, we had the time of our lives, so much fun! Then, we won! We were crowned King and Queen, we were on the news, and we were the winners of a $3000 prize! A houseboat vacation. I honestly feel like the reason why we won was because I believed I could and had the vision of winning everyday.

There’s a website I follow called Lucky Bitch, I know right, crazy title. But you need to check this website out. The lady that runs this website won a 6 months all expenses paid vacation around the world, which changed her life, all because she believed she could and saw herself as the winner. In everything she did, she points out 50 positive affirmations she did everyday to have this mindset and, guess what? It worked! She is one lucky B! She is now a life coach and money mastermind. Kinda like the Female version of Dave Ramsey but with a lot more sass!

How have you manifested great things? Tell me in a comment below if this kind of thing has every happened to you.

 

More on this to come!

Embedding An Email Opt-In Form Into WordPress

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The TOS doesn’t speak against WordPress.com being used to legitimately collect email addresses for marketing messages. Any email service provider will generally offer an embeddable opt-in form. It’s possible to add that form to the WordPress widgets or sidebars:

Embed Email Opt-In FormAnd your blog readers will be able to opt-in to receive further communications directly from you. Just remember to follow email marketing best practices. Any SPAM complaint (email related, but sent directly to WordPress) could make you a spammer in WordPress’s eyes as well (As you’re using their platform to opt-in recipients to SPAM)

If there’s somewhere “data collection” “opt-In” or anything similar is prohibited, could someone please let me know so I can update this?

I’ve scoured their TOS and other resources and have never found anything against it. Doesn’t seem very “WordPress.com-ish” to allow for this though and it honestly surprised me.

Here’s a list of email marketing platforms. Hint…

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