Online home business? Or in other words, earn money online. That's what most
people want. But what do we usually hear about having an online business:
* Just a few clicks and earn money.
* it costs a lot and difficult to do
* wastes all your time, effort and money
None of these are right. The success of an online business starts with the person
behind it. The willingness to learn, determination and hard work. Easy to say, but
not easy to do. Never take advice from someone who has not even done it themselves.
It's a business. So there's a risk of being successful or a failure. Having online business
is the same as having a regular business. It requires a lot of work for you to find
success in it.
The main advantage of an online business is the internet. It's the greatest tool of
all time with the help of social networking. Try to drive visitors to your website.
Study the rules and practices of marketing an online business. Success in business is
about marketing. The more visitors, the chance of making these visitors into customers.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Online home business? Or in other words, earn money online. That's what most
Saturday, February 15, 2014
A serious blogger or just a hobby? Whatever it is, why not make some money out of it. Yes, there are a lot of ways on how to earn just by blogging. Get paid by writing a sponsored post or by placing ads on your blog or even use it as a site to sell things or advertise your business.
Google adsense and pay per post. Just two of the many ways on how you can earn from blogging. Google adsense, simply place some google ads on your blog, and any clicks from it, you get something out of it. Pay per post, uses your blog as a site where people ask you to write something about their product, blog, etc.. then they pay you. So let me think, yes... I'm about to do it.
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Thursday, October 7, 2010
Slash admits that he is into horror films. So it is no surprise that he is now into producing one. Following in the footsteps of musician turned filmmaker Rob Zombie, Slash is starting his own production company. In association with Scout Productions (of films like Transsiberian and Fog of War), Slash has set up the aptly named Slasher Films banner to produce edgy contemporary horror fare with a nod to the thrillers of the 70's and 80's. Their first project has already been lined up with Nothing to Fear, a horror/thriller following a family as it looks for a big change by moving to a small town in rural Kansas only to encounter an ancient demon with an insatiable blood lust.
Jonathan W.C. Mills wrote the screenplay which should begin shooting early next year, but a director hasn't been revealed just yet. Here's what Slash had to say about his new endeavor, "I've always been a huge horror fan and creating films that take you back to the days where horror movies actually scared the hell out of you is something I've always wanted to do. My audience is made up of young, edgy, discerning consumers, with an appetite for quality and a hint of anarchy." That's what way to put it, I guess. Though I'm not a fan of the horror genre, I've found some decent throwback horror flicks like House of the Devil to be quite good. It'll be interesting to see if Slash can bring together the right talent for some fresh horror.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I can't help it. I've been thinking for the past few weeks if I should write something about this. Well, at first, I said that I'll just let it go. But I just can't stand it. What's going on ABS CBN channel 2???
Have you seen the movie "Avatar"? How about that hit musical TV series "Glee"? And who doesn't know the movie "Twilight"? So what's the problem? Here's the problem. ABS CBN made TV series similar to these movies/shows. They made a tv series called "Noah" which is equivalent to "Avatar". How about this series "Idol". Definitely 100% copycat of "Glee". And their new series, "Imortal". Yup, it's about vampires. Concept taken from Twilight.
Can't they make their own concepts? Why do we need to copy from these movies/shows? Because they were a hit? Here's a tip, why not make an original concept. Something that wasn't shown on the big screen or even on TV. Difficult, but could be worth it. Better yet, lessen these drama series. It's from the afternoon till evening. Maybe bring back some sitcoms. Our own lives is a drama itself so maybe it's time to think away from these drama series. Right?
Thursday, September 23, 2010
It's official: After months of shakeups and rumors, American Idol announced in a live press conference this afternoon that Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and mainstay Randy Jackson would serve as judges for Idol's 10th season. The show returns to Fox in January. Idol producers also revealed that Interscope Geffen A&M chairman and record producer Jimmy Iovine would serve as a mentor to the new batch of contestants. Since season nine, judges Simon Cowell, Ellen DeGeneres and Kara DioGuardi have all exited the program, leading to rumors of Chris Isaak, Shania Twain, Elton John and Justin Timberlake as replacements.
"I've been on tour for most of my life in a band with four guys who judge me every day," Tyler said in a statement. "Sometimes it hurt, but it only made me stronger. I want to give everybody a little love before I decide who goes home heartbroken. If you don't like what I say, don't get mad, get better."
Tyler's band mates in Aerosmith all but confirmed that he would be joining Idol; Tyler himself said "I'm doing it" when asked in early August. Tyler's role on the show throws the future of Aerosmith in question, but it's clear that the singer will finally be focusing on "Brand Tyler". He also plans to release his first ever solo single, "Love Lies," next month.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Ok, anybody there who wants to.. umm.. you know, having sexy time with Kim Kardashian? For sure there are a lot of guys out there who are dying to. Well, here's your chance. I mean, the closest that you'll get on doing sexy time with Kim. Unfortunately, not the actual Kim. A love-doll Kim.
Yes, dubbed as "The Superstars Series Love-Doll", the Kinky Kim Filthy Love-Doll is deemed by the Kardashian camp as a product that is marketed based on the their clients' popularity, image, and marketability. The likeness and the Catch Phrases all around the Doll's box is presumed as phrases maliciously representing Kim Kardashian. In fact, the Back-Box Portion where the picture of the Love Doll lying on a bed with lettuce covering the Doll's Privates had the phrase "Guess What? No More Bush!".
But hold your horses. Kim Kardashian has unleashed her legal team unto an Adult Blow-up Doll manufacturing company to put a halt to the production of a Love-Doll allegedly made in her likeness. The absence of any form of legal, business, or profit-sharing agreement between the Real Kim and the makers of the Kinky Kim (Pipedream Inc) makes the product's legality questionable therefore a cease order was ushered out by Kardashian legal hound-dogs.
So it seems like it's going to be a limited edition doll.
Yes, the title said it all. Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time.
It's an album that will be released today September 21, 2010. It is a cover album and a lofty collaboration pairing Santana with some of today's most popular vocalists and featuring a wealth of classic songs specifically renowned for the quality of their respective guitar parts. The result? Highlights include Chris Cornell singing Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," Train's Pat Monahan singing Van Halen's "Dance The Night Away," india.arie & Yo Yo Ma with the Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," Linkin Park's Chester Bennington joining forces with the Doors' Ray Manzarek on their "Riders On The Storm," Rob Thomas singing Cream's "Sunshine Of Your Love," Scott Weiland with the Rolling Stones' "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'," Chris Daughtrey on Def Leppard's "Photograph," Gavin Rossdale with T. Rex's "Bang A Gong," rapper Nas with AC/DC's "Back In Black," Joe Cocker singing Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing," and more.
Ok all those guitar freaks. Try and beat this. I doubt you can. I'm not being rude but it seems like that no one can beat this guy. He earned the world record for guitar speed at 320. Just watch the video.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
I read an article about things that should not be reveled on facebook and I would like it to share with you guys.
The whole social networking phenomenon has millions of Americans sharing their photos, favorite songs and details about their class reunions on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and dozens of similar sites. But there are a handful of personal details that you should never say if you don't want criminals — cyber or otherwise — to rob you blind, according to Beth Givens, executive director of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.
The folks at Insure.com also say that ill-advised Facebook postings increasingly can get your insurance cancelled or cause you to pay dramatically more for everything from auto to life insurance coverage. By now almost everybody knows that those drunken party photos could cost you a job, too.
You can certainly enjoy networking and sharing photos, but you should know that sharing some information puts you at risk. What should you never say on Facebook, Twitter or any other social networking site?
Your Birth Date and Place
Sure, you can say what day you were born, but if you provide the year and where you were born too, you've just given identity thieves a key to stealing your financial life, said Givens. A study done by Carnegie Mellon showed that a date and place of birth could be used to predict most — and sometimes all — of the numbers in your Social Security number, she said.
There may be a better way to say "Rob me, please" than posting something along the lines of: "Count-down to Maui! Two days and Ritz Carlton, here we come!" on Twitter. But it's hard to think of one. Post the photos on Facebook when you return, if you like. But don't invite criminals in by telling them specifically when you'll be gone.
Do I have to elaborate? A study recently released by the Ponemon Institute found that users of Social Media sites were at greater risk of physical and identity theft because of the information they were sharing. Some 40% listed their home address on the sites; 65% didn't even attempt to block out strangers with privacy settings. And 60% said they weren't confident that their "friends" were really just people they know.
You may hate your job; lie on your taxes; or be a recreational user of illicit drugs, but this is no place to confess. Employers commonly peruse social networking sites to determine who to hire — and, sometimes, who to fire. Need proof? In just the past few weeks, an emergency dispatcher was fired in Wisconsin for revealing drug use; a waitress got canned for complaining about customers and the Pittsburgh Pirate's mascot was dumped for bashing the team on Facebook. One study done last year estimated that 8% of companies fired someone for "misuse" of social media.
If you've got online accounts, you've probably answered a dozen different security questions, telling your bank or brokerage firm your Mom's maiden name; the church you were married in; or the name of your favorite song. Got that same stuff on the information page of your Facebook profile? You're giving crooks an easy way to guess your passwords.
You take your classic Camaro out for street racing, soar above the hills in a hang glider, or smoke like a chimney? Insurers are increasingly turning to the web to figure out whether their applicants and customers are putting their lives or property at risk, according to Insure.com. So far, there's no efficient way to collect the data, so cancellations and rate hikes are rare. But the technology is fast evolving, according to a paper written by Celent, a financial services research and consulting firm.