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Posted on 24. Apr, 2013 by Guest.
This is a guest post from Music Magpie. The internet has rapidly changed our way of life over the last few years in many ways. It’s simple to meet like-minded people and stay in touch with loved ones, travelling is made easier and all the information you need is only one click away. This also [...]
Posted on 16. Apr, 2013 by Guest.
Yesterday I talked about starting a blog. Blogging is a great way to create a space to talk about your passions and hobbies but there is a genuine chance for it to become a business and of course there are other business models that can be pursued online. This includes promoting a service you provide [...]
Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 by Guest.
Thanks to Adrian Rodriguez for today’s guest post in conjunction with Chime. Adrian Rodriguez is a freelance writer who lives up to the stereotype of a broke university student. However, this won’t be true forever, especially with all these creative tools under his belt. In this economy, everyone is looking for places to make even the smallest [...]
Posted on 23. Feb, 2013 by Guest.
Thanks today for this interesting guest post talking about parts of mortgage costs and fees that are not always out in the open. I found getting my first mortgage quite difficult because all these fees seemingly appeared from no where and I was not well prepared. These days I would rather just avoid getting a mortgage but [...]
Posted on 19. Feb, 2013 by Guest.
A friend of mine is promotion a cool looking new tool and asked if I would run a guest post from them. Although this is not an endorsement I liked the set up of the site and the angle it was pushing for us to take control and gain more financial freedom. So have a read and [...]
Posted on 07. Feb, 2013 by Guest.
This is a guest post, my thoughts are added at the end. It’s hard not to stereotype people on the road. We all do it, but it’s not just us. Sometimes when we look for a motor insurance quote online we get stereotyped too. What’s your age? Sex? How long have you been driving? That [...]
Posted on 21. Jan, 2013 by Guest.
Guest post by Betsy Fallwell When I bought my first house in 2006, it was a different world. Lenders didn’t ask how much you made, and if they did, they didn’t bother asking for verification. You could buy a home with no money down, without having to worry about additional private mortgage insurance, or PMI, [...]
Posted on 02. Jul, 2012 by Guest.
This is a Guest Post by Miranda Marquit. As she does in all her writing, she brings up some great tips and I must admit myself that right now I am not saving to the level that is sensible! Study after study reveals that most Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement. Unfortunately, when confronted with [...]
Posted on 10. May, 2012 by Guest.
Times have never been tougher for businesses, and even those who’ve benefited from a prosperous past may be struggling with the current economic situation in the UK. A lot of people are out of work and business isn’t getting much help. Profits are down across the boards especially in small and medium sized set-ups. To [...]
Posted on 01. May, 2012 by Guest.
With the internet now such a key tool in the world of marketing, it is the younger generation who are increasingly proving their value in today’s business world. The relatively small amount that some businesses can now get away with spending on traditional marketing, is allowing them to expand at an astonishing pace. But getting [...]