Welcome to the December 22, 2006 edition of working at home blog carnival. This weeks Carnival has, as always, some really good articles. So, Sit Back and Enjoy.
And Here We Go…
Phil B. presents Etiquette to Reading and Replying to Emails Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity.
Alexandra Levit presents Working at Home: Friend or Foe? posted at Water Cooler Wisdom.
James D. Brausch presents Conversion Lies posted at jamesbrausch.com.
Julie Alexander presents AGLOCO Pays You To Surf posted at Resources For Making Money On The Net, saying, “This is a new opportunity to make money on the net. It is free. So if it fails, you have lost nothing. However, if it is a success, you will gain lots.”
Barbra Sundquist presents Entrepreneurial Self-Assessment posted at HomeBusinessWiz.
Barbra Sundquist presents Licenses and Permits for Home-Based Business posted at HomeBusinessWiz.
Paul presents Increasing your hourly rate in order to get rich posted at Paul, saying, “When it comes to making more money, a lot of people think about working harder or working more. They equate the amount of money you get out with the amount of effort you put in. But this isn’t really the case.”
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