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How To Start A Business While On The Job
Sep05

How To Start A Business While On The Job

Becoming an intrapreneur isn’t something people typically fall into. If you want it to happen, you’re going to have to get out there and make it happen. And to do that, you’ll need a plan. Item number one on your list is to master your job. This is actually a two-parter. First, become an expert in your…

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In2ne.com – Connecting Musicians With Venues

The relationship between young bands and venues is tense at best. Young artists always think that they’re extraordinary, and that they’re on the verge of a major commercial breakthrough. Venues should be grateful to have them. On the other hand, promoters have had it with artists who think they own the world, and who can’t actually pack enough people to half-fill the clubs they’re playing. And who come with a...

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SellMyApp.com – Sell Mobile Source Code

A marketplace for source code, SellMyApp.com is where developers of iPhone, Android and Blackberry applications can easily sell their own work. If you’re one, this site lets you list your code either in part of in full, and it lets you do so at no cost. There are no listing fees to be paid for selling your apps here. All you have to do in order to create a listing is to sign up for a free account. Once you’ve got one,...

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TenDollarz.com – Jobs For $10

A site that’s been inspired by by Fiverr, Digg, Twitter, and Google, Ten Dollarz shows us that even in today’s world there’s tons of things that can be bought for a tenner. This site features nothing but mini jobs that people are wiling to do for $10. These are mostly creative works, like designing a cover photo to go with your new Facebook timeline, and writing articles for blogs. Each person who posts anything on...

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Sellfy.com – Sell Digital Content

I know some writers who post their work for free on blogs, so that everybody can read it. If you do, then I must tell you I find such a thing admirable. It speaks of a genuine interest in connecting with the public, in letting just anybody have access to your art regardless of where you are located. It beats the distribution chain completely, as long as people can access the Internet then they’ll be able to read your poems,...

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