It is very important to start with the best money making websites and also trusted places to make your online money making journey a success. Otherwise your all efforts may fail in a moment if you joined to fraudulent companies or programs. So, here are some of the best websites and resources to start to best of my knowledge. No matter what your way of making money, I have included best resources for almost all possible ways of making money online.
Homepreneurs wishes blessings and best outcomes possible to Moore, Oklahoma, center of a 200+ mph tornado. Moore has about 50,000 residents and the town has significant damage. I have a sister with 3 kids in the area.
As of 11:30 CST, 51 deaths are confirmed – 20 of them grade school children – and almost 150 are hospitalized.
Please offer your prayers and condolences to all those affected by this terrible storm.
If you would like to help, text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 via your phone bill or call 1-800-RED CROSS, as well as donate blood to your local blood bank.
Since the dawn of time, humankind has yearned for control. While we can't give you more control over most of your life, we can give you more control over your widgets. And today, with the new widget visibility tool, you can configure your widgets to be shown or hidden only on certain pages.
Widgets are a way to add new content (like your Twitter stream, a tag cloud, or a link to your blog archives) in the sidebar, header, or footer of your site.
With the popular conversation about making lifestyle adjustments to be an entrepreneur, there's another, more aggressive option: retire early and then start a company. The Washington Post recently profiled Mr. Money Mustache, a man in Colorado that retired at age 30 and now writes a popular blog on happiness and retiring early with a modest lifestyle. If you haven't read about his approach, start with…
Interested in creating an Infogram? I found a great website that allows easy creation of Infograms for free. Point your browser to http://infogr.am/. At that site, you can create a simple Infogram as shown below. Visual presentation of data jumps out and is very appealing to many, either as stand-alone figures or embedded on websites, blogs or in presentations.
For testing purposes, I created one that shows world visitors to Homepreneurs blog for the last seven days. It took me about 15 or 20 minutes to input the data and create the Infogram.
Simply, navigate to the website – http://infogr.am/ - and log in with an email account, Twitter or Facebook accounts.
Once logged in, click on the create button. Select on a variety of templates from Infographs that include charts, graphs or scatter diagrams. Manually modify data or import from another source. Infographics can be interactive too!
Inforgrams can be complex and display data using multiple axes or very simple as seen below. In either case, an Infogram is certain to make your presentation look better and grab a reader’s attention.
By Dion D. Shaw
Dion D. Shaw is the founder and owner of Homepreneurs
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Many states in the U.S. really want you to start a business within their borders. Multiple reasons are cited including: jobs, financial boon, taxes, and a cascade effect for more business start ups. Recently, the governor of Texas made trip to Illinois and spoke at a business conference to try to lure Illinois business to Texas (1).
What about other states? Does a difference really exist between states?
According to a recent article on Entrenpreneur.com, 10 states rate above all others for entrepreneurship and innovation. Leading the pack are Maryland and Colorado followed by Virginia and Utah. The article, based on a study by the US Chamber of Commerce, looked at the number of high-tech businesses in the state, programs that support entrepreneurs, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) job concentration. Each state that made the list has something unique to offer resident entrepreneurs.
This study and article examined mostly high-tech business, but these states are obviously fertile ground for starting various kinds of businesses. Start up business needs support services too – from coffee shops to restaurants to packing and shipping operations, and that makes this list all the more valuable and interesting.
The full Entrenpreneur article is here: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/226521