Archive for February, 2006

  • Making Money With A Newcomer’s Welcome Service

    Making Money with a Newcomers Welcome Service By Liz Folger, Founder of bizymoms.com There is one business that I know for a fact won’t go out of style or not be needed in the coming years if only for the simple fact that people are always on the move. In the last 10 years I’ve [...]

  • Top Franchise Performers

    From Start Up Journal… Of course, MOST are not able to be home based. I’ve marked potentially home based franchises with an asterisk “*” Abbey Carpet System * Assist-2-Sell * Banfield, The Pet Hospital Batteries Plus CiCi’s Pizza Cruise Planners * Curves For Women Del Taco Domino’s Pizza Friendly’s Restaurants Home Instead Senior Care * [...]

  • Scissors By The Bag

    BOULDER CITY, NEV.– Working at Hoover Dam as an armed guard in June 2003, Mike Plott dreaded another scorching summer in a sweaty bulletproof vest checking cars. He thought there might be a better way to earn a living. One Sunday morning, Mr. Plott found it. He had just read a news item about a [...]

  • Need A Free Autoresponder?

    For one reason or another, you may need or want to use a free autoresponder. Ken Reno has unveiled a new one at Professional Autoresponder Of course you’ve heard the saying “there’s no such thing as a free lunch”. That’s true here too… in the text of the sign up page it reads: “supported by [...]

  • 5 Bad Words You Should Never Use

    This comes from Jim Edwards… Jim Edwards here with a new video you’ll love (that will also give you an UNFAIR advantage in your sales copy)… It’s “5 BAD Words You Should Never Use!” and you can watch it now, right here, FR’EE: => http://www.IGottaTellYou.com/5BadWords.html Not only will you get to find out the 5 [...]

  • Sometimes Customers Forget

    It pays to keep in touch with people. Sometimes that customer who patronized you frequently and seemed like a friend for life – and then who suddenly dropped off the face of the earth – isn’t mad. Maybe they just “forgot”. I know, we all like to think we’re “unforgettable”. But we are very forgettable. [...]

  • New Service Aims To Curb Click Fraud

    Do you wonder why your Pay Per Click Advertising bill keeps skyrocketing but you only break even at best? Quite likely it’s click fraud… your competitors clicking your ads to drain your ad budget. How much of your budget is consumed by fraud? Who knows… unless you’re in a VERY tight niche… the majority of [...]

  • Google Premiers New Page Builder

    Google is premiering a new Page Generator in BETA version. It’s worth checking out. Unfortunately, you have to get on a waiting list to have access to it.

  • Internet Selling Presents Suprising Career For Many

    From SF Gate via Dane’s Blog Pinson is a case study in Internet entrepreneurship: A regular guy has a regular job until he discovers he can make an income selling online. But he’s not unique in the way he does business. Internet users have been turning themselves into Internet merchants since eBay began in 1995. [...]

  • Alaska – Best State For Taxes … And The Worst States For Taxes

    Question: A Home Business yields $5,000 per month after expenses. Is that good, bad, or GREAT? It depends on how much the tax man taketh away at the end of the day… Alaska has the lowest tax burden. Conneticut the highest. So where’ s your state listed? From MSN Money… If you live in Maine, [...]