Since the invention of the internet just a few decades ago, life as we know it has changed in a big way. Today, we do just about everything online. In fact, there are millions of people around the world that make their living in the comfort of their own homes, using nothing more than a computer. As an online entrepreneur in the finance sector myself, I’ve received quite a few emails revolving around a specific way to turn a profit online. These emails have asked if it’s really possible to make a profit trading online. The answer is YES! In fact, there are several online trading vehicles that have proven to be great ways to earn money online. Today, we’ll go over my three favorites.
In the days following the Brexit leave win, there has been a great deal of uncertainty in markets across the UK, one of which is the property market that woke up to widespread pandemonium. Many people who had contracted to buy high end properties called their agents to pull out of deals as the Sterling began spiralling downward, seemingly out of control.
Broadcasting is one of those industries which at some point along its development no longer relies on technical aspects to make it successful, but rather on the content produced and broadcast. Back when the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was founded (1922), broadcasting was in its infancy and the mere fact that people could listen to the radio was enough of a novelty to catapult any pioneering broadcaster to success. Merely having the equipment and infrastructure to successfully broadcast content over the airwaves was enough, but even in the specific case of the BBC, at some point along the industry’s development other broadcasters emerge and any competition which may exist shifts away from the technical broadcasting abilities to the quality of the content broadcast.
We all know that home decorating can be a tricky thing to do on a budget, and a remodel even more so. If you are a reader here, you have obviously already made serious progress toward your financial goals. Believe it or not, just establishing a budget and beginning to operate within it is a huge hurdle that many people never overcome. Congratulations to you for coming this far.
There’s a thick layer of dust building up on top the stack of various business cards you collected during the last networking session you went to and yet the time has come again for you to attend your next one. Whether you’re running the show as the business owner or if your boss has made it clear that it’s mandatory for you to attend, going to a networking session can start to feel like a boring chore where you just go through the motions.
Getting out of the latest Christmas season craze, most people would rather put the whole affair out of their minds and concentrate on getting their finances, especially their maxed out credit cards, back to good standing.
Have you ever had an idea that you thought was simply brilliant and possibly the next “big thing”? Maybe it was something that came to you in a flash or perhaps it’s an idea for an invention that you’ve been fleshing out for several years. Once you are reasonably certain that your idea has merit, it’s important that you protect your intellectual property with a patent. Before taking this step, however, you’ll need to make sure that your idea hasn’t already been taken. Doing a thorough patent search is your first step.