Time To Make Money

By Thomas Grove

Are you interested in making money online, are you a self-starter, motivated enough to stay on task and work without having a boss check on you, or are you easily distracted by the kids, phones even everyday life? Working online takes a lot of motivation in order to reach your money generating goals. To make money online you need to ask yourself, can you work independently and do you have the dedication and focus to get the job done.

Are you for example a stay-at-home mom with small children and housekeeping schedule or are you single with no strings attached. Do you need to make a large income or are you interested in ways to make money online just to have some extra spending cash? The following are some ways that might be a fit for you to start your making money online.

Make money online-selling stock photos. But who would want to buy my pictures many companies need pictures for their Ads. Blog even web site designing. These pictures can be of anything granted some pictures sell better then others most have a market. Do you love photography? If so, selling stock photographs may be the answer to make extra money online. There are companies online that you can sell your picture to anyone that needs them. Who needs your pictures. Ad companies, Blogs post, even web site designers.

Once you have posted your pictures, your work is done, and having a good number of photos can mean accumulating a nice monthly income with virtually no upkeep. These pictures are then purchased by anyone online needing a picture of something like ad companies and webpage designers. As big as the Web is these days just about any picture is needed be someone today.

Make Money Selling E-books, E-books are the fastest-growing area of book sales today. In January 2013 American Publishers reported 22.6 million copies of young adults and children books sold in January of 2013, that was up from 3.9 million the year before. Over all sales went from 66.6 in January 2011 to 99.5 million January 2013.

Have a computer then you are ready to start writing e-books. I will say that there are programs on the market that can make your writing easier so before you start you may want to check them out. As far as what to write about you can write about gardening or cooking it doesn’t even have to be a how to book maybe you are into romance. Look what the book 50 Shades of Gray sold, Million and Millions of copies. Now I not saying you will reach that level of sales but who knows.

Article Writing is the next idea for making money, do you like to write, if you do then selling your articles online could be a nice way to make some extra cash. Most articles are a snap to put out only 300 to 400 words. As you prove yourself to be a capable writer, you can start charging more for your services and soon you will make money online. If you’re a skilled writer, remember writing that e-book.

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Content Management & Multi-blogging with WordPress

WordPress is an excellent example of an open source Content Management System (CMS). Powered by MySQL and PHP, WordPress is often installed to be used as a blog publishing application. Two of its most popular features are a template system and a plug-in architecture. 

The first version of WordPress hit the streets on May 27, 2003. It was released by Matt Mullenweg as a fork of b2/cafelog. Mullenweg’s idea took off almost immediately and today a whopping 13 percent of the 1,000,000 largest websites are using WordPress. Within 60 days of version 3.0’s release, it had been downloaded 12.5 million times. 

The importance of version 3.0 was the merging of WordPress with WordPress Multi-user (WPMU) which allows multiple blogs to exist within a single installation. Administration of the multiple blogs is controlled by a centralized maintainer. This means multiple concurrent copies of WordPress 3.0 may be run from different directories if they are configured to use separate database tables. 

WPMU adds eight new data tables for each blog. Using WPMU makes it possible for website owners to host their own blogging communities. Webmasters can then moderate and control their blogs from a single dashboard.


Negotiating to Yes

Working in a team environment inevitably means coming to consensus where complex issues are involved, taking into account the opinions and perspectives of a variety of personalities and backgrounds. Part of effective leadership is helping those you manage move beyond their comfort zones into common ground, a process that can lead to better communication and heightened self-awareness while saving your company time and money. But how do you build a bridge for your team to reach “Yes”? 

TRY A NEW P.O.V. – Reframing the situation can work wonders, helping someone focus on the positives instead of negatives or opportunities instead of barriers or threats. Even if it doesn’t completely address concerns, breaking out beyond one’s perspective can open the possibilities beyond what’s been considered so far. Try to think like your individual team members and anticipate what will concern them – by addressing those issues up front, you may save a number of headaches down the road. 

CELEBRATE DIVERSITY – There’s no one “right” way to communicate or work in business. By understanding and appreciating the various styles and strengths on your team, you’ll be able to foster synergy and collaboration instead of frustration. Whether you opt for personality assessment tests like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator or simply pay attention to subtle personality cues, taking the time to understand team dynamics and personalities will pay dividends down the road via a fulfilled, cohesive team. 

CATCH THE VISION – Help those you manage see the bigger picture, considering threads and patterns in the workplace. By emphasizing active listening and asking the right questions, you can help team players see positive patterns. An increased awareness can also help you watch for potential problems and triggers, allowing you to take the small steps that will turn the tide toward healthy collaborative efforts in the future.