Tag Archive: earn more money

Jun 05

Ways to earn extra money: putting your home to work


Using Your Home

While only 1pc of Which? members are renting a room to make extra cash, there are other innovative ways to put your home to work.

Rent Your Space

If you have a spare room, garage or storage space that you are not using, you might be able to rent it to someone who needs it. Spareground.com carries adverts for all sorts of spare space.

If you rent out a room, any income you make up to £4,250 is tax-free. Average monthly rent is £289. If you don’t want to commit to a full-time lodger, consider renting a room out during term times to foreign students.

Jun 04

Ways to earn extra money: doing extra work

Which?’s survey found that 6pc of members were doing overtime or additional work of some sort to supplement their income. Here are some options for making extra money.

Completing Surveys

Many research agencies pay a small amount to people who complete surveys online for them (starting at 10p, depending on length of survey).

You have to register with them and provide some details. They contact you when a survey fitting your profile is available. You accumulate your rewards in an account which are then paid in cash or vouchers when they reach a certain limit.

Market Research

May 25

Top 5 Ways To Generate Low Cost Traffic To Your Blog

There is one component all people strive for when trying to make an online business successful and that is creating a steady flow of website traffic. If people don’t go to your site, it will hardly have any chance of generating any income at all. It takes money to maintain an income generating web site.

Ever wonder how successful, revenue earning online businesses succeed? Most of them are spending tons of money to increase traffic to their sites, investing in many advertising campaigns and researching different forms of marketing schemes.

May 25

Ways to earn extra money: selling unwanted possessions


If your finances are suffering in the downturn and you’ve laready followed all the advice on saving money and cut your budget to the minimum, here are some usable and easy ways to boost your income.

Sell your unused and unwanted items

This is the most popular way for anybody to earn extra cash at any time, not just during a recession. Most people can’t (or don’t want to) make a living by selling unwanted goods but recent estimates show that the average household has £450 worth of stuff sitting around. Here we look at the pros, cons and costs of selling methods, to help you decide what should go and how to shift it.

May 05

MommyEmpire.com Works To Help Moms Earn More From Home

I found this interesting press release recently;

With the current economic situation many moms are finding themselves out of work or needing to earn extra money from home. Knowing that some of their members are in urgent need of a way to make real money from home, MommyEmpire.com has been working to increase the value and free information on their site and in their newsletter. This month the website added two featured writers that have thriving home-based businesses to help readers learn how to earn more from home.

Feb 19

Top 3 Ways To Make Money Online

I found this interesting post on another blog.

Some useful thoughts for anybody thinking about making money online through blogging, using their computer skills or affiliate selling…

If you were to count the ways to make money online, you’d be at a loss. I don’t think 4 limbs would suffice. Lame jokes aside, there are, seriously, countless ways to make a living – even a fortune – on the Internet. The rules and principles that govern money-making in the real world apply just as much online as they do offline.

Feb 12

The 4 hour work week

Ok, it’s not specifically about earning more money, but I can recommend this book as an inspiring read about how to build a passive income and automate many of your work tasks. It’s a very valuable resource for anybody looking to make money online.

This video gives a reasonable view of the contents…

You can buy the book here;

Feb 04

Making the first million..pt 2

‘Sometimes a big risk pays off’

When most kids are seniors in college, they’re writing résumés and cruising toward graduation. Not Kevin Plank. Nine years ago, when Plank was in his last year at the University of Maryland, he began developing sportswear that now outfits most professional and college sports teams and makes a fashion statement on high-school playing fields. As the founder of Under Armour, Plank, 32, presides over a Baltimore company that employs 450 people and grossed more than $200 million last year. 

Jan 27

Making the first million..pt 1

Here are a few inspirational stories from people whay have made themselves millionaires; some from less conventional means..

1. Singer gets ‘run over by a reindeer’

‘I put my money where my mouth is’

Elmo Shropshire had a day job as a veterinarian in Marin County, Calif., and a side gig as a bluegrass singer when he recorded the holiday song that put him on the map — and put his vet business out to pasture. The song, “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer,” has sold 10 million copies, inspired a music video and a movie, and made Shropshire a millionaire five times over.

Dec 09

Is thrift the new black?

Our parents and grandparents had loads of sayings, like “A penny saved is a penny earned” or “If the wind changes you’ll stay like that”.

They also had a lot less debt (sorry, credit) as the older generation tended to save up for things, rather than whip out the VISA.

So the concept of saving up for something you want is pretty much out of fashion, or has been until the recent meltdown in the (sorry, debt) industry. However, thrift as a state of mind is worth persuing as saving money really is the same as earning more, whether you use it for life’s luxuries or to pay off already accumulated debt.

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