Archive for December, 2010

Seasons Greetings – Christmas 2010

Just a very quick post to wish all my readers and subscribers a Happy Holiday Season and all the Best for 2011. At the moment I’m just answering a few outstanding emails then it’s off to start doing some cooking and dessert making in preparation for Christmas day tomorrow!

Here’s  a picture of a snowy scene here in Edinburgh. We still have snow, but thankfully it is not as bad as it was a few weeks ago when I was snowed in.

Below you’ll find a free EBook with resale rights as a little Christmas present from me! Just right click to download and select “Save Target As..” or “Save Link As…”. You can extract the files with winzip or any unzipper program.

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Maximum Paid Surveys Review

This is a review of Maximum Paid Surveys – a membership site that includes a database of hundreds of different survey companies. If you want to dabble in paid surveys to see what they are all about you may want to try registering for a few free paid surveys first to see whether or not you enjoy doing them. If you want to earn a good income from surveys you will need to register for as many paid survey companies as you possibly can. This is when it makes sense to register with a company like Maximum Paid Surveys. For a one time fee you’ll get access to their database of survey companies which are free to join.

Read this Maximum Paid Surveys Review to learn more about it. I’ll also give you a look inside the membership area so you can see in more detail what you get.

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New Year GiveawayIf you have a list and want to start 2011 by adding some new subscribers then you should signup for the New Year Giveaway event asap. This event is run by Guido Nussbaum who knows a lot about making JV Giveaway events successful and he’ll be running a few referral competitions along the way with prizes of up to $300 to be won!

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Global Domains International Bonus Offer

I’ve just created a brand new special bonus offer for anyone who would like to try Global Domains International (GDI). I’ve been a member of GDI since 2005, but apart from adding a link on a couple of my web pages I have never really promoted it much. Despite that, I receive a nice GDI commission check for a few hundred dollars in the post every month without fail.

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Micro Niche Profit Formula Review

Micro Niche Profit formula launched on November 30th 2010, but was only available for a short period of time. If you are interested in:

  • Getting lots of free traffic to your website OR
  • Getting a niche website up and running OR
  • Get personal help to monetize your site

I recommend a membership with the Affiliate Power Group. This group will help you to build your website, monetize it and get traffic to it and will also give you 1-1 help in a private forum. The good news is, you can try it for 10 days for just $1 and there is no oblogation to stay for any length of time.

if you wish, you can still read my review of Micro Niche Profit Formula below. This is an honest factual review of Micro Niche Profit Formula full of facts rather than hype, written by someone who purchased the product:

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I’ve got Cabin Fever

Here in Scotland at the moment it’s been snowing a LOT. Despite the fact that we are located in the same latitude as Moscow, Alaska and Quebec, our winters are typically mild. Thanks to the gulf stream we don’t usually get a lot of snow. This means when we get snow, we are not really prepared for it with snow ploughs, snow tires or enough grit.

For this reason, at the moment it seems like the country has ground to a halt. All the schools have been closed for most of this week, the local supermarket shelves are lacking in fruit and veg and people are generally avoiding going out, especially in their car. Not to mention, the Forth road bridge (a suspension bridge similar to the Golden gate bridge, but smaller) has closed due to snow for the first time in history.

Edinburgh Snow

Snow in our driveway

At the moment, one part of me is glad that I run a home business so I don’t have to go out and the other part is feels like I have cabin fever! Most of the time I look out the window it is snowing, raining, hail stoning or sleeting, so I am glad to be in a nice warm house :-) On the other hand I just want to get back to normal life.

Another reason for my boredom may be because I’ve spent a lot of the last couple of days preparing my taxes to send to my accountant. That’s my least favorite work from home task!

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