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Alternatives to gainful employment for generating income in order to create your own life.

Link Soup

By | February 16th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Link Soup is your weekly update of what's going on in the blogosphere. I scour the net so you genius types don't have to! Plugin Fun As a self-proclaimed plugin addict, I was drawn to an article by Alex Shalman called Five Essential Plugins You Shouldn't Wordpress Without. I still can't decide if I should [...]

Link Soup :: John Chow Lets Me Down

By | February 9th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Link Soup is a weekly stream-of-consciousness recap of the blogosphere. This is where you get my take on other people's opinions. This week it isn't all nice! There's always room for non-snarky descent. Bloggin' Ain't Easy That being said, I'll kick it off with an article I agree with. Yaro Starak has impressed me lately [...]

Link Soup :: The Internet Money Fountain

By | February 2nd, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Link Soup is your weekly rundown of my little corner of the blogsphere. I scour the internet and give you the skinny so all you genius types can spend more time finding the secret to world peace, having a peanut-butter-and-jelly, or whatever you do wherever it is you are. The Goal/Moment Conundrum Nneka over at [...]

Why Corporations Fear Network Marketing

By | November 17th, 2006|Categories: Internet Marketing|

Traditional major corporations like Wal-Mart, Proctor and Gamble, and Johnson and Johnson are getting worried.  They are finding that the hundreds of millions of dollars they are spending on advertising each year are not generating [...]

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Five Ways to Create Extra Income With Little or No Money

By | October 23rd, 2006|Categories: Internet Marketing|

I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit. From a young age, I began reading every book I could get my hands on about wealth, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. Most of these books were heavy on concepts, but light on specifics. With this in mind, I went to seminars and started mingling with people who were already doing it to find out how they started. Here are five suggestions from what I've learned.