Website Streams #1: Paid Blogging

I’ve been trying different ways to create addition income from my website(s). At the moment, I’m a fan of PayperPost, ReviewMe, and Blogitive. I haven’t made a lot of money in each of them yet, as I’m still testing out the way to do this. I’m also not sure how long this junket will last. However, I do… Read More »

Some Good Reading

MyMoneyBlog Blueprint 4 Finance Prosperity Savvy Saver All Things Financial Personal Finance Advice Free Money Finance Fice Cent Nickel Consumerism Commentary My Open Wallet Money Blogger Podcast How to Be Poor Get Rich Slowly No Credit Needed It’s Just Money Our Money Defying Debt… in 2 years Make Love Not Debt

One Degree More

Jonathan Jordan, a bio of a coach, has created a new website to provide a vehicle for coaching in personal lives and in business life. I like the metaphor that he uses: Applying just one extra degree of temperature to water means the difference between something that is simply very hot and something that generates enough force to power… Read More »

How do you build a good website?

So you’re starting up a blog/website… I would suggest that for visitors the key factors would be speed of loading: not too many graphics, eliminate large unnecessary graphics (esp. those in excess of a few hundred kb); accessibility – is it easy to find the key points in the website; pricing – I HATE browsing websites and finding… Read More »

Small Loan, Big Returns

If you can get a no fax cash advance, then perhaps you don’t have to turn to a family member. But if you can’t, a family loan is a great thing, indeed. I found this to be true. In fact, my father was kind enough when I was out of college to loan me the grand sum of… Read More »

Target: November Stats, 2007

Personal Stats OK. Here it is. My own search for Financial Common Sense and Freedom. Beginning Income (November 2006) US$179.88 PPP = 65% Google = 5% Stocks = 24% Interest = 6% Goal = USD$1,200 Target = 15% Achieved. This is my initial target. I don’t intend to earn a lot of money through PPP as I don’t… Read More »

Useful Password Tip #1

Discussion for: Joomla Administrator’s Security Checklist I may get flamed for this and maybe I deserve it….LOLI am not a big fan of telling people to have 10 different passwords they use… Neither am I a fan of changing these passwords often. Changing on a monthly basis is not really effective as any brute forcing of the password… Read More »