Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Pay Per Post - £184.08
Paid Blogging - £47.50
Sponsored Reviews - £6.50
Private Reviews - £164.14
Linkworth - £13.85
Blogpayz - £4.80
Cashback - £3.05
Quidco - £3.05
Pay to Click - £25.96
Global Cash Clicks - £1.41
Clixsense - £19.48
Bux.to - £5.07
Writing - £480.95
Forum posting - £20.33
Article Writing - £307.86
Story Writing - £130.39
Blog Commenting - £22.37
Other - £404.70
Link sales - £326.19
Matched - £38.00
Money4Banners - £20.00
Buyrefs - £3.00
Waterproof Memo Board Sale - £7.95
Found Money - £0.05
Commission Junction - £9.51
This has made me a fantastic total earned of £1335.46 this month which is way over my target of £1000. As I had made so much I decided to reinvest some. I bought 500 Bux.to referrals costing £243.50 as well upgrading my Clixsense membership for £5.09. I also started a new blog - Losing Weight and Getting Healthy and paid £7.37 for 2 years domain name. This came to a total of £255.96 making me a profit of £1079.50.
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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I do not buy alcohol, tobacco, make-up, jewellery, electronic games, soda pop or fabric softener either but decided to use things in my list which she did not have in hers.
I hope that you have enjoyed this little insight. If you want to write a similar article please make sure that you credit Suburban Wife's Daily Dollar for her fantastic idea. Feel free to leave a link in the comments to your article so I can get some tips form you!
Thursday, April 24, 2008
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Monday, April 21, 2008
I understand that if you are in a full-time job which has no commission payments or overtime then it can be tricky to get more money that way. But there are evenigs and weekends where you could be earning some more money.
Even if you are earning more money, it is wise to spend less. As we get more money, we tend to spend more. However, if we need that money to pay off debts, build up our savings or to invest for our retirement then we need to be careful not to spend too much.
It really all comes down to careful planning. Firstly write down your goal and why you want to achieve it. This should help you to focus and new ideas should start to come to you on how to earn more and spend less.
Sunday, April 20, 2008
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Sunday, April 13, 2008
Centsports is a betting website. They give you one cent to start with and you can use it to gamble on US football, baseball, hockey or UK soccer games. You can bet any amount that you have in your account - a minimum or one cent. If you win your first bet you are likely to amost double your cent. If you lose, they will give you another cent to bet with. This continues until you reach $20 when you can draw out your winnings or continue.
Using this site has taught me a lot of things about doubling:
I would recommend taking a look at Centsports and seeing what you can learn about doubling and gambling.
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Friday, April 11, 2008
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I have invested some money in pay to click sites, by upgrading my membership and buying referrals. Bux.to has done well for me and I have more than made back the money I paid for upgrading my membership and buying some referrals. However, it is with Adbux where the problems lie. I have spent a lot of money on upgrading membership and buying referrals, few of which are now active. The latest newsletter states that Adbux will not be paying members at least until June and it may be a profit sharing scheme rather than earning per click. This means that returns are likely to be even lower (and I wonder whether they will actually pay out at all). I have not yet earned back what I have spent with them and they owe me over $20 which I am not sure if I will ever see. However, I cannot bring myself to wave goodbye to this money. I continue to click on the links on the site to earn a few cents a day, grasping onto the hope that I may just make back my money eventually. You would think I would know better....
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I need to make £750 profit in my business as a whole in order to be able to afford to pay that much off of my mortgage. Ideally I would like to have more but there is a limit as to how much I can earn. Since deciding in December that I wanted to pay that much off the mortgage account each month I have surpassed it, so it would be fantastic if I could do the same thing again this month.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
The thing that users love most about Treasure Trooper is the fact that they basically get paid to have fun. With a Treasure Hunt that pays out $100 that each user has the chance to do and many other contests, it's no wonder Treasure Trooper is the #1 gpt website!
With the fact that there is the choice to get paid, not only by check, but by PayPal as well, Treasure Trooper has quickly become a choice among college students who don't always have access to a bank. What's also great is that Treasure Trooper is 100% free. There is no membership fee like those other sites that make empty promises.
Got a competitive streak? Check out the guild section where you can compete with other guilds for prizes.
I was chatting with my husband last night about our goals post paying off our mortgage. The house needs a lot of cosmetic work done on it and it makes sense to clear the mortgage and then change the windows, have new floors, have the family bathroom refurbished and paint everywhere, to make the whole house look lovely. The children will be older so hopefully the new look will last!
I would really like a clutter free and completely tidy house. I used to have this until I met my husband who has a lot of stuff and is not good at putting things away. I have been trying to throw one significant item away a day in order to clear some clutter and I am also trying to reduce the amount of stock that my company has so that I can clear some room in my office for some of his things.
It got me thinking. When we buy a lot of things people say that it just makes us want more. However, it does not seem to be the case that if we have very little then we want even less....or does it? I have never had very little so I am not sure, but what I do know is that I can do without a lot of the clutter that I have at the moment.
Wednesday, April 09, 2008
That doesn't include the stuff I don't get paid for such as chatting on forums, updating my blog and looking for work. I have written nearly 35000 words which is more than I wrote for my masters dissertation and I took 4 months to do that and had no children to look after or household chores to do - no wonder I am feeling like I need a day off! I feel pretty pleased with myself though especially as the article writing took quite a lot of research as well - just shows what I can achieve if I put my mind to it ;)
According to a recent report house price growth in the UK has slumped to an eight year low, and this has resulted in additional pressure being put on the Bank of England to cur interest rates further as soon as possible. The Bank of England has already indicated that it will cut the base rate again in April, rather than in May as had been expected by industry experts, stating that this earlier rate cut was more likely due to the tighter credit conditions now in place in the UK.
Figures from the Nationwide Building Society show that house prices at present are only 1.1% higher than they were one year ago, and this reflects the smallest increase since 1996, well over a decade ago. This also reflected a significant fall from last month's figure, which was 2.7%. However, between February and March house prices fell by 0.6%, bring the average UK property price down to £179,110, although the average price in London is significantly higher than this.
The Bank of England hiked up interest rates five times between August 2006 and July 2007, but dropped the rate for the first time in over two years in December 2007. There was a further 0.25% rate cut in February, which brought the interest loan rate down to 5.25%, and it is likely that the Bank of England will now cut the rate by a further 0.25% in April.
One Nationwide official said that the Bank of England needed to act quickly in order to try and stabilise the housing market and ease credit conditions. She said: 'Since the last meeting, the collapse of Bear Stearns and the fallout from false rumours of problems in a major UK bank may have helped to shift the focus of the monetary policy committee to the need to loosen conditions in the financial markets and bring more life to mortgages.' She added: 'We think these latest developments, along with the continued weakening in the housing market, will mean the MPC will bring forward its rate cut to April.'
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
I find it hard to believe that I am worth this much money, but if anyone is willing to make me an offer for anywhere near this amount I will happily consider it!! It is a real boost knowing that the hard work that i have put in with blogging and promoting seem to be worth something, even if it is only in the eyes of technorati. Try it out with your blogs by clicking here and let me know what they are worth. I will admit that my other blogs are worth just over $2,000 for all four......
Monday, April 07, 2008
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Wednesday, April 02, 2008
It got me thinking about the fact that I have always thought of TV as free and refuse to pay for satellite as I feel it is an expense we can do without. But when accessing my monthly expenses the other day, it clicked that we are paying £11.50 a month for our TV licence. Although, we are still saving money by not having satelite TV, I am still paying for this service.
At the moment the licence is only necessary if you have a TV set connected to an aerial or if you have a TV card in your computer. This means that I can watch BBC iplayer, ITV streaming and 4 on demand for free, at the moment at least (I have heard rumours that the government are going to try to make everyone with a computer have a TV licence).
I only have thre barriers in my way...2 children and a husband who all love television and watching it on big TV sets. I even tried suggesting the idea to my husband and he had a two word answer and the second word was off!!
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Perhaps the bloggers who share this information are happy to share this information with anyone or perhaps it feels safer sharing the information with complete strangers than with our loved ones. Personally I do not mind sharing my financial details with anyone who is interested! What about all of you other bloggers out there, what do you think?
I get a little mention too which is fantastic!