So budget has been a bit tight these days and I realized I'm losing a-lot of money into cell phone and internet bills. I have the nagging suspicion that I'm paying more than others. Do people know any tactics to use to bring down internet and cell-phone rates? I've tried threatening to quit before, with some success, but I think they have that on record now and it seems to work less well. [more inside]
Ideas, theories, facts, about how online sites are making money when I no longer see banner advertising or Google ad links -- old stand-by methods from five years ago seem to have evaporated? [more inside]
What are some less obvious ways to save money using the internet? Examples below the fold. [more inside]
I want to earn money by joining affiliate programs on reputable sites. How should I go about this? [more inside]
Overstock.com has just started something called the "Main Street Initiative" where they create and promote small business microsites. I have a few questions about this. [more inside]
Looking for software or an app that will allow me to track expenses via SMS, but that will also allow me to track how much money is left in my account. [more inside]
How should I attempt to get satisfaction (ideally, a refund) from a scammy "grant" company? [more inside]
Are there any websites or online resources for people considering a career change? [more inside]
How do bookstores make money? [more inside]
Are there any viable work at home [internet] based business to make a few hundred dollars a month? [more inside]
Can one make decent money (over $100/month) by writing eHow.com articles? If so, any tips? [more inside]
I think I figured out how to effectively monetize the Internet for old media (newspapers, magazines, television). I also have a few ideas how this would work for new media as well. Who do I tell? Who don't I tell? What format should my proposal take? How do I make a little scratch out of it for myself? [more inside]
How much money will change hands over the internet this year? [more inside]
What are some good sites to find short-term freelance writing/Internet gigs? Similar to this post, I'm looking for some temp work that will bring in a little supplemental income. [more inside]
Am I a sucker or will this actually make me some money? [more inside]
How do financial dominatrices make their money? [more inside]
I'm a student looking to earn a bit of money on the internet. I feel that i have enough spare time and that i could use it productively. [more inside]
I want to archive my personal documents like birth certificate, mark sheet, bond, bank statement details etc by scanning them and storing in the internet. I thought i will scan and store them in my email accounts. (like yahoo etc) However i am not sure, whether storing those documents in yahoo email etc is safe. Can some one suggest a good safe option, where i can scan documents and put them in internet not accessible to others. Are there any free encryption software which encrypts the documents and stores them. It is okay, if some budget software is also available, instead of freeware.
My underpaid mother is in serious need of some extra income without quitting her day job. Of course there is... [more inside]
How do you value the content of a blog, or any media company, whose content isn't made up of physical assets? [more inside]
Do free online services really make lots of money? [more inside]
Poor student needs music service suggestions. [more inside]
Where can I find "low-tech" jobs online? We just had a baby and so my wife has to stay at home and take care of him. However, she still has some free time and she would like to do some stuff from home. She's a medical doctor with a bit of IT experience (mostly as a user, though). So I was thinking to find her some work online, maybe entering some data or as a translator (she speaks English and German, German is her mother-tongue) or maybe other "low-tech" jobs like this... So do you have any idea where can I find such jobs? Thanks!
Would adding advertisements to my site generate enough earnings to even bother in the first place? [more inside]
After reading hundreds of blogs (Why, oh why?), I’ve come to the conclusion that a big number of the people who write about their own financial situation, explicitly or indirectly tell of how broke they are; Like Jim Anchower, many describe low wages and bad jobs, job losses and unemployment, crashing bills, life in apartments with roommates who don’t care and having a hard time paying rents & bills, etc. I understand that the real median household income in 2003 was $43,318 (US), and I know that times are hard for most people. Still, is the average blogger poorer than the average person?
Anyone successfully used internet rumors/information to make money in the stock market?
There's Paypal, eGold, amazon bucks et al. Is there a "net-cash" system out there that people from all over the world - from Aruba to Brazil to Zimbabwe - can use?