Archive for July, 2013

July 29th, 2013

A Mile To The Library For Real Books

by Rahimah Sultan

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While taking few minutes break and ruminating on what to write about today, a nice summer breeze came through my window. Since I was trying to decide on a subject, my mind went back to my earlier years and my love of reading. There’s a break in the heat wave we’ve been having here and the temperature is about 75 degrees F, which reminded me of walking a mile to the library in Ohio when I was young and returning in time to sit in the porch swing and read before dark.


Remember when we were young and it was fun to read an actual physical book? Well, maybe reading was not a lot of people’s idea of fun, but it was for me. I used to try to figure out  how to get more reading time, especially in elementary and junior high school (now known as middle school) with all the homework.




I really looked forward to summer when school was out and I could walk that mile to the library and return home with at least four books that I had a month to read. In junior high it was pretty much the same scenario.


I remember a couple of my teachers (probably English) giving the class a reading list of classics to be read. I think it was given out a couple of times. I still have mine in a folder with an ongoing list of authors and titles I’ve wanted to read over the years.


As the saying goes, time really flies. I didn’t get to War and Peace until I was an adult and had returned to school when my children were teenagers. As anyone who has read it knows, it’s terribly long and is tedious reading with the philosophical interjections of Tolstoy. It took me three weeks to read it, including weekends. Since then I’ve read Anna Karenina at least three times, and I have the actual book. I love historical Russian novels.


Tablet and Ebook Technology


Anyway, the point of this prattle is new-fangled technology. I love having actual copies of books in my hands when reading. There’s something really comforting about curling up with a good book, and feeling and turning the pages as you read.


I have nothing against the advancement in technology. It’s great, since time seems to be scampering along so quickly and everyone needs to squeeze so much into each day. Having a tablet or ebook allows for reading on the go. I suppose they’re also convenient for students.




Although walking a mile to the library for real books was fun, there are now alternatives. These days, working from home online doesn’t allow me much reading time, no matter the form. So, I must say that ebooks and tablets allow people who access the Internet to see and buy products. Any business needs advertising, and that advertising needs to be available on the technology that people are using.


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July 19th, 2013

Get Paid To Publish A Newsletter Online

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Making money online is a matter of finding an audience who you can either advertise to or receive direct payment from. Either way, you need something interesting or informative with which to catch and hold your readers’ attention. Your content is everything. You can get paid to publish a newsletter online containing your information.


I’ll show you how you can make money presenting and distributing content via a newsletter and how you can connect directly with your audience.


How To Get Paid To Publish A Newsletter Online


First you will need to take care of some technical details.


Newsletter Distribution


The best way to distribute newsletters is through an autoresponder list service. These can be set up to automatically deliver pre-written emails to subscribers at set intervals. Each new subscriber will receive all of the emails in a predetermined sequence. That means you can load up a year’s worth of content (or more), and it will automatically publish straight to your subscribers’ email boxes without you touching it again!


There are many autoresponders to choose from. A free autoresponder can be downloaded from, but you can get a more professional program from These programs will also help with managing your subscriber list, so you stay spam compliant.


GVO’s is a full service system. You can host your websites, set up a meeting room, plus all the things a simple autoresponder does and for far less money per month than aweber and some others.


To get paid to publish a newsletter online it needs to be attractive, easy to read, and compatible with different computers and internet browsers. You can create beautiful PDF documents using free programs.




You don’t have to create all your own content. You can get free stock photos and articles from sites such as and You can also pay for pre-written content from sites like


Email newsletters are perfect for marketing your own products


If you are running an online business an email newsletter would be perfect for marketing your own products. You could also make money by selling space to advertisers or even charging for subscriptions.


By using the tools from services such as or others, you can grow your online newsletter list to hundreds or even thousands of people.

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July 11th, 2013

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You can’t beat the benefits of this new viral mailer that just launched.

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July 3rd, 2013

Using Social Networking Sites

If you haven’t already done so, you might want to think about joining a social networking website. Social networking sites are the way to go for finding and communicating with like-minded people.


Social Networking Websites


If you’re interested in joining a social networking website, the first thing you’ll need to do is find one by doing an Internet search. You’ll find many different sites to choose from including these popular ones that you’ve probably heard of: MySpace, Classmates, Facebook, and LinkedIn. You might want to do more research on the type of communities that are served by these sites in order to find the one that best fits your interests.


Social Website Profile


Once you’ve found a particular site you want to join you have to register before you can start communicating with the members. As part of the registration, you’ll be asked to set up your online profile or profile page.


Although it seems easy enough to create a profile many internet users don’t know what to include or what to leave out.


What Should You Include


One of the most important things to include in your online website is your photo. Although a personal picture is optional it’s generally customary. Most internet users prefer communicating with people they can see. Thus it’s easier to relate to them.


Name and Location


Along with your photograph, you may want to include your name. You need to be very cautious with this. You probably shouldn’t use your full name, especially if your profile or profile page contains a personal photograph of you. Including your picture, your address, and your full name can be dangerous. You wouldn’t want that information to fall into the wrong hands. As much as you would like to fill your social networking profiles with personal information, you need to think about your safety above everything else.


In addition to your name and a location you may want to include other information about yourself like your hobbies, things that are important to you, what you like and what you detest.


Many social networking websites will ask for your favorite color, or about life goals and such. As with your other personal information, it’s important to stay as vague as possible and not use any full names, especially real ones.


By keeping the above mentioned points in mind, you should not only be able to create an online social networking profile that is filled with valuable information, but you can do so while staying safe. Your safety on the internet is in your hands. It’s important to think about safety, as well as internet popularity.


Social Networking Information


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