A Simple Guide to Making Money as You Travel

In 2018, the average amount spent by a vacationing traveler was approximately $3,900 in the United States, reports the Destination Analysts. As the vacation cost increases annually, saving money becomes challenging. Travelers, however, can work and make money during their tours and be able to recoup some of the used funds. Many people and families are devising ways of reducing their traveling costs while making money in return. Here are a few money-making ideas that can be used by both short-...
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A Guide to Making Your Next Promotion Profitable

Making the move between job roles is ever-popular in America. According to statistics reported by CNBC, 64% of Americans spend under two years in any given job. However, while the pay might be better in a new role, this doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily end up with more in your pocket. The fact is, shifting jobs upsets a number of factors that contribute to your overall financial health. Making a career change should, of course, be beneficial for you in terms of career progression and your over...
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Make Money With Video Content: 4 Profitable Ideas To Get You Started

In today’s digital world, there’s been a dramatic shift in demands as consumers are no longer interested in reading content. In fact, 63% of global businesses have already taken advantage of video content marketing due to higher traffic and ROI. Now, everything with a camera or smartphone and access to social media can help you become a video content creator – whether you realize it or not. These days, even the most casual posts can earn money from shares and views from the audience. Not to m...
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Clients on Demand– is it a Scam? Here’s what You Need to Know

Russ Ruffino founded Clients on Demand in 2011 and since then, many business owners, thought leaders, coaches, and professional service providers have testified to how his training sessions have helped them to record significant growth in their businesses and careers. Client on Demand was founded on Russ’ personal story when he toyed with the idea of lowering his rates to attract more clients, but in his words, "That didn’t seem fair. I was damn good at what I did, and deserved to earn a competi...
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How to Make Money Using Social Media

According to a recent survey, almost three out of four businesses (71 percent) currently use social media in some way in an effort to help them grow their companies. Additionally, Facebook is the preferred platform, with 86 percent of users reporting that they have business pages on this site, followed by Instagram at 48 percent. While social media is a great avenue for connecting with your target audience, the ultimate goal is to increase your business revenues. And the key to making this ha...
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Is It Really Possible To Make A Passive Income By Doing Next To Nothing?

Ask anyone if they want to make more money and you’ll struggle to find someone who says no. After all, when Bloggers claim that they make $60,000 per month in passive income, why wouldn’t you want a piece of the action? According to Lending Tree, the nation owes $1 trillion more household debt now than in the midst of the financial crisis back in 2008. And, with research finding that the state of an individual's finances can impact their health, is the answer to these troubles really as simple a...
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Blogging: Three Strategies to Monetize Your Blog

With the rapid advancement of the digital age, blogs and internet tools have become integrals parts of any organisation’s structure. Regardless of industry or location, there is likely to be a blog written on a any topic. The number of bloggers in the United States is set to reach 31.7 million by the year 2020. Even more recently, the explosion of the social media scene in the world of business has seen the linking of bloggers and these social platforms to promote and critique products and servi...
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Expert Insights Into Wealth Creation

On the surface, it appears that debt is a surefire way of limiting wealth creation. Truth be told, not all debt is bad. There are certain types of debt that are regarded as good debt, while others are bad debt. Mortgages (for personal or business real estate) are typically considered good debt, as are student loans. Bad debt is not an investment that will grow in value, and it certainly doesn’t generate income over the long-term. A classic example of bad debt is credit card debt. There are stark...
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Turning Your Blog into a Money-Making Machine

When you originally started a blog, your intent may have been to offer the financial lessons you've learned from your past mistakes. Maybe you wanted an easy way to keep your family and friends up to date on the crazy antics of your children and how you go about parenting a child with special needs. Maybe you're an avid reader and you wanted to write in-depth book reviews. After you've been blogging for a while and your blog has evolved in to a much larger project generating some interest, th...
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15 Creative Ways to Make Money in 2011

Have you ever opened your wallet to pay for gas and you saw a month flying out but no money anywhere in sight? Do not worry; you are not the only one feeling the effects of the current money crunch. When times get a bit rough, here are 15 creative ways to make a few extra dollars. While not every idea will work for every person, these are items that you can think about when the rent is due in a month and you are finding yourself a few dollars short. 1. Start a Part-Time Business from your Hom...
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