Website Review :

Hello readers !

I’m keeping this website review short and sweet.
Tim Tech, the company behind ClickTrackProfit, Sweeva,, and others have finally done it…

They have entered into the viral list building world with a bang and have launched List Nerds!
Its fresh its new and its something I think this industry needs. A complete custom script  that gets your emails delivered more than anything everbefore it.You’ve got to check this out to believe it….

Over 18,000 Members Are Waiting To Read Your Emails !

It’s brand new. It’s awesome! It’s something that should make list building even more powerful than anything before…

pretty exciting to see what this programs potential can be!

Join it now and bring your list building up a notch!

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How Can You Help Blind People ?

Visually impaired persons are also members of our society, whether they are totally blind or have some degree of useful vision, may occasionally require the assistance of a sighted guide. It is important to be aware of certain guidelines in order to be of assistance to a blind person and to avoid uncomfortable situations.

How to help ?
Tips for assisting people who are blind or have low vision

Approach, Ask, Assist.

*.Approach: if you suspect someone may need a hand, walk up, greet them and identify yourself.
*.Ask: “Would you like some help?” The person will accept your offer or tell you if they don’t require assistance.
*.Assist: listen to the reply and assist as required. Not all people who are blind or visionimpaired will want assistance – don’t be offended if your assistance is not required.

  • Address people who are blind or have low vision by their names sothey know you are speaking to them.
  • Let the person who is blind or have low vision know that you have entered the room.
  • Do not walk away from a person who is blind or have low vision without indicating that you are doing so – it is embarrassing and frustrating to talk to thin air.
  • In dangerous situations say “STOP” rather than “LOOK OUT”
  • Do not relocate objects or furniture without telling the person who is blind or has low vision.
  • Do not fill glasses or cups to the brim.
  • Use ordinary language when directing or describing and be specific. Do not point, or say”over there”. Direct people who are blind or have low vision to their left and right, not yours.
  • Use words like “look” and “see”; they are part of everyone’s vocabulary. Otherwise both you and the person who is who is blind or have low vision will feel awkward.
  • Describe the surroundings and obstacles in a person’s pathway (remember to look up as well as down). Warn of the presence of over-hangs, such as kitchen cupboards, jutting side mirrors of cars, or trees.
  • Do not leave doors ajar. Close them or open them fully.
  • Be aware that the person who is blind or has low vision will be disadvantaged by not seeing what is going on. Therefore talk about what is happening.
  • Ask people who are blind or havelow vision what they want or need. Do not direct questions through their companion.
  • If people who are blind or have low vision extend their hands to shake, do so.
  • When seating people who are blind or have low vision, put their hands on the back of the chair and they will then be able to seat themselves.

And If You Are In India, you must join Voice For Blind. visit This page to join Voice For Blind.

We are requesting you to help Blind people. Help them to see the colorful world with your eyes. Your eye donation can make 2 people see. Isn’t it good ? Enjoy the joy of giving after death !


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