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For the cost of a cheap date, you could you start your own online business. If you are researching work at home online opportunities, I want to give you a few ideas that cost very little or no money at all. You really can work at home online for very little out of pocket money or free, if you choose to do so.
1. Start a blog with the world’s largest search engine. Did you know that Google also owns a blogging platform that you can set up for free? Go to blogger.com and start a blog of your own in 3 easy steps. Google also offers tutorials on how to set up your blog to get it ready to make money. If you want to own your own domain name, you can get one for under $10.00 and have it hosted at one of the many hosting companies for less than $10.00, as well.
One thing you certainly want to do is join the Google AdSense affiliate program as it is very simple to place ads on your blog. It is free to join and Google will provide advertisers based on a script that your blog brings up and every time someone clicks on one of these ads you make money.
This may not sound like a big deal but you need to understand there are people learning six and seven figure incomes doing nothing but setting up niche blogs, adding content, and monetizing it with a Google AdSense.
Adding blog content is not something that needs to be difficult either. You can learn how to easily write blog articles if you choose to. You can also learn how to add content to your blog created by other people. This could include blog articles, videos, audio, and so on.
2. Other work at home online opportunities include providing a service that Internet business owner’s need. Let me give you an example of one thing that is in high demand right now. We mention starting a blog and there is a new blog started somewhere in the world every second now. However sadly there are millions of blogs that are sitting dormant because the owners do not have time to keep them up.
This presents a tremendous opportunity for you to work at home online not only for free, but where you will get paid instead. Blog owners will pay you to write content for their blog. You can write 200 to 300 word articles in 10-15 minutes and earn five dollars for every one you write. This can work out to 20 or $30 an hour sitting at home being a blog writer. Over time you can develop a consistent customer base and earn a full time income working at home online for yourself.
In conclusion, I’ve listed two work at home online opportunities that you could start with very little money or better yet, free. There are many other ways, but the point is, where else in the world can you start a legitimate business for free or with so little money out of pocket?
In today’s economy a lot of people are wondering how to make money online. The secrets to making money online are the same as making money in the “real world”: Hard work, creativity, innovation and knowledge. The Internet is the real world, it just has some aspects that allow a person of lesser means compete with people with much deeper pockets. That is its biggest draw.
Perhaps the biggest myth to making money online is that you don’t have to work hard. This is far from the case. In fact, in the beginning you might be working harder than you are now. Most people who succeed online do so by working very hard work at whatever project they are doing online. They did not just put up a website and sit back and wait for checks to flow in. They worked hard to get their businesses off the ground and were rewarded for it. A person who wants to make money online will have to commit several hours a day at least and lots of sweat equity to the project. If you’re not prepared to work hard forget about making money online. You have a chance to make a good deal of money online but you do have to earn it.
The people who make the most money online are those who come up with new ideas and concepts. Whether it’s SEO marketing, blogging, selling through Twitter whatever somebody had to create it. The biggest fortunes will be made by those who are willing to create something new and work hard at it. This has been the case in the “real world” for some time. It was Bill Gates who decided the PC need a new operating system Now he can give away billions and not miss it. The same creativity takes place now on the Internet.
After the creators the people who make the most money online are the innovators. These can be those who come with a new idea or those who have the courage to try and implement a new idea. If an innovator sees something new that looks like a big money maker they try it, they adapt it and they start doing it. In many cases innovators simply take somebody else’s idea and run with it. Next time you see a really great money making idea don’t just try to figure out how you can get in on it. Instead, try to figure out how to do it better. That will make you an innovator. It was Henry Ford who realized cars could be made efficiently with an assembly line process. That innovation changed the way cars are built.
The old saying that knowledge is power has never been truer. The online world is all about knowledge; those who have the most knowledge will succeed online. That means learn as much about your business or product as you can. Read, do research online, talk to others in the business, or develop a mentor relationship with a more experienced marketer. Do whatever it takes to get more knowledge and you make money online.
“There are vampires among us.”
What should have been a daunting statement now seems rather trivial, due to the overexposure of these mythical creatures in our modern society. Vampires exist not only in our literature, but also in our television shows, our cinema screens, and of course our Halloween parties. Lately, there seems to be no escape from these fanged monsters, not even in broad daylight. There are swarms of enthusiasts lined up outside of the bookstores and theatres, eagerly anticipating for the next instalment of their vampire franchise.
Vampires are not a recent phenomenon. These creatures of the un-dead have haunted our popular culture for centuries. From Bram Stoker’s classic gothic novel Dracula to Stephenie Meyer’s teenage romantic saga Twilight, vampires carry a prominent influence in many works of fiction. In fact, their creative potential seems endless. Rather than going out of style, these timeless characters grew stronger in mystique and intrigue. Former hit television shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel introduced us to multi-faceted vampires that fall in between both ends of the moral spectrum. Recent cult favourites like True Blood and The Vampire Diaries further demonstrated the complexities of the supernatural community. Evidently, the momentum for this storytelling niche does not appear to be slowing down any time soon.
What exactly is the allure of vampires? A nocturnal monster that sucks human blood should have sounded terrifying, but we celebrate this symbol across a wide variety of mediums. Even Count von Count from Sesame Street, the most harmless of characters, is represented by a menacing looking Muppet with protruding fangs and a thunderous cackle. Vampires are meant to be scary. They could drain humans of all our blood, put us under a hypnotic trance, and attack through extraordinary strength. Different abilities vary among the fictional characters, but they are collectively depicted as a threat to the human species.
Earlier fictional works focus on the fright of an ominous presence that lurks at night. Much like the notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper in the same era, Count Dracula was an intimidating figure due to its ability to contain so much inhumane evil within a seemingly human persona. The scariest monsters are the ones that could cloak their true nature and live among the normal civilians in society. Dracula not only epitomizes our fear of the unknown, but it also heightens our fear of the unsuspected.
Later works emphasize on the daily struggle of an immortal vampire. There is a poignant tragedy in a seemingly human creature that could not fit into society despite its good intentions. Whether it is their inability to appear in broad daylight, or their moral struggle between a guilty conscience and a desire for blood, vampires are intrinsically different from human beings regardless of their attempts to assimilate. The melancholy is magnified because they must bear with the burden of their nature for a restless eternity. Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire portrays a vampire protagonist that is doomed to perpetual pain and suffering, due to the multiple failures to sustain his humanity.
Another significant theme is the unwilling victim. The innocent prey is an obvious example. If blood is the only means to a vampire’s survival, does it justify them from taking away precious human lives? More so, many vampires were the victims of unfortunate circumstances as well. Certainly, they did not become bloodsucking monsters based on their own free wills. Another moral dilemma is whether these vampires could inflict the same tragic fate upon another being, due to their first-hand experience of the struggles and suffering. Is it more merciful to drain a human completely from their mortal lives, or subject them eternally to the evils of the world?
The modern obsession with supernatural characters, especially vampires, is curious yet understandable. People gravitate towards a tragic story. They are also intrigued by their fear of the unknown and the unexplainable. Nowadays, the most successful vampire franchise features a highly sanitized love tale between a human and a glittering vampire. The forbidden romance is not a new narrative device, but our society is drawn to a story where the vampire can retain his humanity via the magical powers of love. Twilight sends an optimistic message that a tragic creature can still achieve happiness through human companionship.
Vampires have become iconic in popular culture due to their brooding mystiques and tragic backstories. Centuries ago, our society fears of the unknown evil. Nowadays, we embrace the unknown with a cautious curiosity and a hopeful desire to see the good along with the bad. We draw parallels to the vampires in our stories, because they encompass many of our everyday moral struggles. The optimistic modernity wants to root for these tragic antiheroes, for them to overcome their hardships and to discover solace in an endless midst of sorrow.
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