Thursday, May 28, 2009

Working for myself..

I have been working for the past three weeks on setting up my own affiliate marketing site.
 I Have learned so much.
I thought that because I worked for Walmart, I was a good sales person, I knew all there was to know about marketing.
But affiliate marketing is very different.
Don't get me wrong,its not hard as  matter of fact this is the easiest job have had.
It is just the newest.  I have been using One Week Marketing to learn all of the things I need to learn.
I am not an organized person, but I learned that organization and focusing was the only way to succeed. 
I learn to pace myself so I would accomplish everything I wanted to accomplish in a day.
I made lists, and followed Jennifer's plan. I also joined another site called Wealthy Affiliates,but that is another post. 
If I can do this so can you. I am a grandmother who decided it was time to stop working for someone else and work for myself. 
It is fun to be independent,the One Week Marketing plan a a fun, and highly detailed plan that showed me everything I need to know.

I can go on and on but loo, its simple. If you want to make money this plan will tell you how to do it. But I can talk all night, until you try it for yourself you will never know how wonderful a plan it is. How do I know that? Because I am miss cynical myself. If it is to good to be true it can't be. 
Have to see it for myself and I did. Now you can to.

Do you want more information? Just click here and find out from yourself from the author herself
And good luck to you in all of your future ventures. 

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Life comes at you fast.....

Life comes at you fast, This of course is a very famous saying from a very famous commercial for  Nationwide Insurance Co. and indeed it does.  I have worked for Walmart for 8 years and suddenly found myself unemployed, no job, Nada. Unemployment in South Carolina is short of money, and besides I was ineligible.; 
So what do you do? I started looking for a job, but they are scare, President Obama may say the recession is over but n South Carolina, it is still not as it should.
I have been looking for a job and even took up AVON, which I have don all right with it. 
But the best opportunity was found in my junk mail.Right my junk mail. 
I got an email from someone called pot pie girl, she was telling me how to do affiliate marketing.
I didn't believe it, but it worked.  My firstimpression was What in the world? This will not work. But at this point, what have I to lose but time, being unemployed that I have a lot of. 

My son had introduced me to a site called squiddo, and I thought it was just a fun site but you really can make money on Squiddo, and on tip of that it really was  fun. 

Now I must confess, I didn't really believe I could make money at first, but I was desperate looking for work and it is all I had. 
I am not going to say it was fast and easy either, but It did work.
In 7 days I learned  how to do affiliate Marketing and in 10 days made my first transaction.
So let me introduce to Pot Pie Girl She will tell you a lot more then I can. 

Now I am not promising miracles, that is not something I do. My goal is simply to meet my bills so I can stay home and babysit my granddaughter so my daughter can work and not worry about daycare, or go out and not have to worry about finding a babysitter. 
If you want extra money give it a try.
We allhave our reasons, this littlegirlis mine. Maybe Wal Mart did me a favor~


Friday, May 15, 2009

10 tips on buying a car

My daughter Denise and myself have been looking for a car for the last 2 or three weeks. Her Lumina keeps overheating and shutting off at the most inopportune times. For instance the time she sat on the side of the interstate for an hour, waiting for it to cool down so she could get to work.
After that, we decided it was time for a car. We searched the net and found a 2005 equinox she wanted and headed out to the dealer.
We were in for a surprise, we just wanted to buy a car but the dealer had his own agenda.
Frustrated, we tried another dealer who also tried to direct us to another car. Do you know the dealers try to push the cars that have been on the lot the longest? And often they tr to get you into a car you don't even want.l
We went to one dealer who told us the car we wanted was sold and tried to steer us toward a Lincoln SUV we'd be hard pressed to afford.
It wasn't long after that we learned that Car dealers have a playbook they go by.
Here are ten tips for buying a car:
10 Tips for Buying a Car

Are you looking to buy a new car soon? Before you go to the nearest car dealer, it is advisable that you take time out first to read this article which provides 10 tips for buying a car.

Times are tough nowadays because of the recession and for sure you want to get the most value for your money for whatever item you are purchasing.

A car can be considered as a major investment. You would not want your money to go to waste with a car that would be more of a liability than an asset.

These 10 tips for buying a car hopes to provide you a guideline on buying a vehicle that is right for you whether you are buying for a brand new car or a used one. Read this article in entirety so you can avoid the pitfalls of buying a car.

Below are the 10 tips to buying a car.

  1. Take note of the right time to buy a car. In case you are not aware of it, there is a so-called “right time” to buy a car and that is when new models start to come in. This is the period between August and November. If you will shop for a car within this period you can make sure that you will get the newest models.

  2. Be prepared with persuasion techniques of sales agents. Do not feel pressured to buy a car.

  3. Ask agents about unadvertised sales.

  4. The Internet is a good place to shop for cars.

  5. Most prices are negotiable so you be better be prepared to negotiate when you go to a car dealer.

  6. Avoid going to dealers during the weekend because that's the time when most people usually buy cars. Go during the middle of the week instead when agents will be more eager to close a deal.

  7. Go to a car dealer near the end of the month when dealers are trying to meet sales goals.

  8. Bring a car expert with you if you are not that knowledgeable with cars.

  9. Take your time. Remember, a car is a major purchase.

  10. Have fun!

May these 10 tips for buying a car make it easier for you to buy a new vehicle.

Want more information? Click here and read about the Car Dealers Playbook. Make the next time you buy a car enjoyable, and leavewith the car of your choice.