In the first part of this article, we discussed 5 ways to survive and even thrive in tough economic times. In this article, we want to outline 5 more ways to use your skills and talents and knowledge you gain about managing your money to increase your income and make the most of what you
As you know, many of our authors are avid animal rescuers. They have joined forces to create an exciting new product line of dog-themed jewelry, with the profits going to their 2 current blind dogs in need of expensive ongoing eye care. Visit the store to see all their great designs, such as the Rainbow
In the second part of this series, we discussed what to say in reviews, and in the third part, what NOT to say in reviews, in order to maintain a decent market for information products and respect real writers and honest publishers who are trying to create the kinds of products and services that can really help others
In the first part of this series, we discussed the elements that go into creating a good review, Name of the item The author or creator of the item, if known Details on where to buy the item if you are selling as an affiliate, that is, your link to the item The price, if
For anyone in the know about pets, there is no such thing as a bad dog, only a bad owner. Why? The dog has no choice. Humans do. Training your new puppy or dog can make all the difference between a successful adoption and utter disaster. The team at Pet Goddess, including our own popular
Think about what you would do if your next paycheck didn’t come. Do you have an emergency fund set aside?
by Joan Mullally, Thomas Michaels and Martin Warner The recent changes to the layout of pages in Facebook have presented a challenge to online marketers in recent months, with users reporting a 53 percent reduction in traffic now that the Timeline layout has been adopted. If you have been trying to get your traffic back
In the same way that you go to the doctor and dentist regularly for a checkup, it is also a good idea to give yourself a periodic financial checkup every six months to a year in order to make sure that you are on target for your financial goals. While you still might have over20