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Turn Your Camera Into a Cash Generator

Do you own a camera? (A simple digital “point-and-shoot” counts.) Do you enjoy taking photos of your family, friends, kids… even pets? Maybe you like shooting scenery, trees, plants, flowers mountains, farms, buildings, or flowers in your backyard, home town, or nearby natural areas? How about vacations – do you take snapshots of famous monuments, … Continue reading “Turn Your Camera Into a Cash Generator”

Forming Your Business

You’ll need more than a great idea and a business plan to start your business. One of the first decisions you’ll have to make as an entrepreneur is what legal form your new company should take. There are quite a few to choose from; corporations, LLC’s, sole proprietors, partnerships, and the list goes on and … Continue reading “Forming Your Business”

Border’s Loss Is Your Gain – Cashing in on Online Book Selling

Michael S. is a big fan of thrift stores, estate sales, and garage sales. He makes the rounds during his spare time, checking for bargains. But he’s not looking to save a buck on some furniture. And he’s not a potential subject for the next episode of the reality show “Hoarders.” He actually profits from … Continue reading “Border’s Loss Is Your Gain – Cashing in on Online Book Selling”

Do You Have a Plan?

Thinking about starting a new business? Lots of people do this time of year. It’s a surefire way to make more money and be your own boss. The advantages of owning your own business are endless. Work from home…in your pj’s…no boss breathing down your neck…no office politics…no commute… If everyone could start their own … Continue reading “Do You Have a Plan?”

The Many Faces of Wealth

My wife and I took a drive this past weekend to check out homes in the area that had put up lights and decorated their front yards in the holiday spirit. There were homes that had strung lights around their trees and lined their driveways with wooden candy canes. And homes that had giant inflatable … Continue reading “The Many Faces of Wealth”

When Being First Is The Worst

If you were the first person to discover America do you think that would make you pretty successful? Or perhaps important? No it wouldn’t. The truth is the first people to discover America came here hundreds if not thousands of years before Christopher Columbus. If you do a search on Google you’ll find articles stating … Continue reading “When Being First Is The Worst”

“If you build it they will come.”

Most of us remember that line from the movie Field of Dreams starring Kevin Costner. But many entrepreneurs who start web-based businesses mistakenly believe it themselves. They figure all they have to do to make money is create a website and get traffic. The grand vision most entrepreneurs have of money rolling in while they … Continue reading ““If you build it they will come.””

The “Specifics” You Need

Today I would like to help answer one of the most common questions I receive on starting a business. The question of what type of business should I start? While there is no exact answer to this question there is one thing that will greatly increase your chances of success. That’s focusing on a specific … Continue reading “The “Specifics” You Need”

The First Step Is Always the Hardest

Taking the first step can be the hardest part to actually do. Before you take that first step you think about the thousands of other steps that will follow. It’s overwhelming, thoughts like these that can easily derail even the most confident person. Deciding to start exercising is easy. Actually going to the gym before … Continue reading “The First Step Is Always the Hardest”

The 5 Mistakes That Will COST You Money

I got an email from Ron C. from Wilmington, North Carolina recently that I’d like to share with you. He brings up a good point that I know you’ll be interested in knowing the answer to. I’ll give you the gist of his email rather than cutting and pasting it because it was over three … Continue reading “The 5 Mistakes That Will COST You Money”

Low on Cash, Not Anymore

There are a trillion upsides to being a business owner of an online company. One of the few caveats to this type of business is cash flow. Internet entrepreneurs like you and I tend to make our money in batches rather than slow and steadily. Some months I feel rich as a king and imagine … Continue reading “Low on Cash, Not Anymore”

6 Rules To Success

Last week I told you the top five mistakes I see internet marketers make. One of the mistakes I touched on was planning an event instead of a campaign. Successful marketers know that consumers need to see an advertisement four plus times to reach their peak conversion rate. They also know that spicing up the … Continue reading “6 Rules To Success”

Top 5 Mistakes That Will COST You Money

I got an email from Ron C. from Wilmington, North Carolina recently that I’d like to share with you. He brings up a good point that I know you’ll be interested in knowing the answer to. I’ll give you the gist of his email rather than cutting and pasting it because it was over three … Continue reading “Top 5 Mistakes That Will COST You Money”

Build Your Wealth

Undoubtedly you’ve heard me say to you before that it costs businesses a lot more money to find new customers than it does to keep the ones you have. That’s why keeping the customers you’ve worked so hard to find is so crucial for business success. The most cost effective way to do this is … Continue reading “Build Your Wealth”

Make More Money without More Work

Next time you are waiting your turn in the check-out line take a look at the items placed closest to the register. At retail stores its items like jewelry, sunglasses, socks and belts. At media stores like Best Buy or GameStop its batteries, additional controllers, memory cards and travel cases. These items are all impulse … Continue reading “Make More Money without More Work”

Did You Forget Your New Years Goals Yet?

I can’t believe it’s already April! The year is flying by. The first quarter just closed and at this time of year I always like to do a little check-up on the goals I set for my business at the beginning of the year.  I want to see how I am measuring up to my … Continue reading “Did You Forget Your New Years Goals Yet?”

4 Ways to Profit in a Recession

Webster defines a recession as a period of reduced economic activity. Consumers buy less and less often. They change their buying habits and seek out companies and products that offer more value. Some consumers start buying store brands instead of name brands. Others change where they shop. Instead of buying from big box retailers they … Continue reading “4 Ways to Profit in a Recession”


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