Mine has been good, well, mostly. Because I’ve had three major issues that really sucked! Especially because they are annoying and take time. I had eight things on my to-do-list for today, and so far (it’s 10:30 PM), I’ve only finished one of them. And then that one is touched by issue one below.
1: I got banned on the Forum Special Offers forum.
2: A reader bought an affiliate product through my link and didn’t get a login. Site owner unreachable (big name I trust).
3: Payoneer only accept private payments up to $300 per months, so we had payments denied.
We continue with the miracles Tonight, it’s the second night of Hanukkah (there are 8 in total, in case you’re wondering). And you get the change AGAIN to win one of my awesome money-making products for free!
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We live close to the sea you can see in this picture that I took last year in July.
Some people will use the simple money making ideas they find, just because they are simple and easy to use, but without looking at the ethical site of the business.
If you have ever considered or tried running an online business you probably faced the dilemma of running this business with dignity or not. The Internet is full of get-rich-quick schemes or business ideas that just make you feel dirty when you even hear about them.
So how do you make money online without feeling dirty?
I just read a blog post about that on Balance In Me. I especially loved the introduction, because that was my dream, too. I’ve almost arrived there, in fact. I just need to move a tiny bit closer to the waves. Oh, and by the way, if you dream of sitting outside, working on your laptop, get a MacBook Pro. It’s the only laptop I’ve used that you can actually use outside.
Let’s face it: People buy from people they like, so it’s important to brand yourself so that people will remember your name.
In Denmark, most people know my name, both because of the more than 30 books I got published there, and also for being one of the first to live from online income. I’ve been in Danish television and radio, while I lived in France.
However, my husband thinks I’m too shy and modest when it comes to telling about myself, especially to English speaking people who doesn’t know me that well. He decided to make an interview (watch it after the jump), which is one of the ways you can brand yourself.
Get somebody to ask you some questions and catch you on film, and put it online.
Make your name stand out in some what. If you have a common name, you can add a nick-name to make it different. Get a logo (we have the fox). Show your pretty face on your blog. Let people hear your voice.
What else can you do? Well, I’ll know more about that later, because I joined Tiffany Dow’s challenge, so I’ll start branding myself in October. For now, I leave it to my husband to brand my name