My name is Mia Hienovirta and I've been in affiliate marketing earlier - starting out 1999. A great amount of remarkable things has occured in my life since then. I am a Distance Working Certified Multimedia Producer, Art Designer, Web Designer, Photographer, A quite creative Artist, Poetry and Short Story Writer, and Next Generation Networking Manager for Prylens Web International - Attraction Marketing.
I live in Sweden with my six children, two dogs and two cats, and a great, appreciating and supporting partner in my life, whom I have known well over 23 years.
I have gained enough knowledge and skills over the years, to work as an executive director and content provider at several networks. I have devised a plan to help others to succeed in a big Way online, in the field of Attraction Marketing. I do multiple things online, such as; link marketing, banner marketing, public promotions of different products and services, SEO, personal branding, mentoring and one-on-one training, marketing and managing of associate recruitments.
I love networking, especially connecting with people from all around the world. One can always learn something new, from someone else, each and every new day. That is my personal belief, about how to live and how to deal with different life situations!
Find out, learn and determine with certainty, through your own personal experience, who I am - and what I do. We may possibly keep company and hang out with one another, in some activity, intended to do or accomplish something of common interest in the future. I desire to see Your Brand around the Internet.
"Todd Pilgrim has been unsuccessfully but legally hunting for a bison for 14 years. He shot the bison twice in the lung area with 338 ultra-mag bullets. Todd tracked the the wounded bison for about four hours, the first two hours with his buddy Fred, then alone for the last two hours.Todd found a fresh bed where the bison laid down, then he was struck by a angry bison that was just protecting himself from a predator. Todd escaped from being underneath the bison, then ran to a tree. The bison chased him around the tree, then gave up the chase, walked away 20 feet. Todd picked up his rifle and killed the bison. Todd went over and knelt down by the bison with his arms wrapped around the bison neck crying, "I'm sorry for killing you man, I really am, please forgive me". Todd is done hunting forever, he'll never kill another living thing and he's selling all his guns. He patted the bison on the chest, while blood dripped on over the bison's chest fur from his nasty forehead gash, the same chest that almost crushed Todd's skull. Todd, teary-eyed in one eye and blood filling the other eye, thanked the bison for giving up his life for him. He's writing a new book entitled, The Life and Times of 'Biscuit, the Teenage Male Bison'."