4. October 2013 08:24
Aviation Ad Network is a highly targeted pay-per-click advertising program that puts your products in front of millions of aviation customers. Customers who click your ads are taken directly to your website to make a purchase.
When you open a new advertiser account, use Promotion Code: AVADGO25 [More]
23. September 2013 18:49
If you have a Resume prepared with Microsoft Office and you want (or need) to share with others but do not want them to change the format, you may want to save it as a PDF. PDF files also preserve formatting when printing, so you can feel comfortable that your Resume looks exactly the way you want it to look.
Adobe Acrobat can cost around $300, and if you only need it for 1 or 2 documents, that can be kind of spendy. With this little secret, you can quickly and easily save your Microsoft Word Resume as a PDF document is just a few steps. [More]
23. September 2013 07:31
We all know it is very easy to make a mistake in aviation when numbers are involved. Todays flight computers and glass cockpits provide us with a plethora of numbers to help us do our job, and provided we are able to cross check them, this is quite useful. When it is not so useful is when the numbers are wrong due to a wrong entry or malfunction and we don't recognize the problem. [More]
20. September 2013 10:21
AVIATION AD NETWORK AD SERVER PLATFORM UPDATE NOTICE
We are pleased to announce the next major release of the Aviation Ad Network. This release includes the much anticipated "Global Edition" so many of our users have been waiting for (and other great features as well). [More]
18. September 2013 13:51
Describe your job in 1 word.
Use the comments section below to provide your word. [More]
9. September 2013 13:16
Do you remember as a child being told, “Practice makes perfect”? Well, the same is true with job interviews. Learning to interview like a pro takes practice. And lots of it!
While there is generally no right or wrong answer to interview questions, there is a right and wrong way to answer. What do we mean? Interviewers are busy and don’t have time for the fluff. They simply want to know what makes you better than the other candidates they have brought in for an interview. [More]