Welcome to the September 26, 2008 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…
Shamelle presents Sleep Deprived? 7 Ways To Revive Your Tired Body And Stay Energized After A Sleep Deprived Night posted at Enhance Life.
Richard P. McLaughlin presents Who or What is Woopra? posted at Cheap Keywords, saying, “Woopra is a Web analytics tool designed from the ground up to break all the rules for website statistics and monitoring. Woopra gives you the information you need to know right now about live traffic on your site. While the visitor moves through your site, you can track their path instantly.”
Matthew Paulson presents Online Management Training for Small Business Owners posted at American Entrepreneurship.
Brian Terry presents Blogging Your Way to Big Traffic posted at Big Yellow Blog of Turbo Marketing Secrets, saying, “How to create a popular blog and drive lots of traffic to your business.”
Vicky Ayala presents If You Don?t Have A Website, Then You Don’t Have A Business posted at Internet Mogal.
John Crickett presents Make Money Developing For Google Android Phones posted at Business Opportunities And Ideas, saying, “This might just be the business opportunity for those of you that like me grew up dreaming of writing computer games from home.”
Cindy King presents Translation Friendly International English posted at Cindy King.
Anya Portnik presents 7 tips for selling in an economic downturn posted at Gavin Ingham.
Hans presents 10 Strategies to Create Valuable Content Based on Existing Material posted at Blogging Tips to Develop a Successful Blog – CatchThePosts!, saying, “In this article I’ll be focusing on 10 strategies that will allow you to create new content based on existing material. Thus, I will bring your attention on how to transform or revisit articles and data to create valuable content.”
Richard McLaughlin presents My New Browser Google Chrome posted at Oh, the Places You’ll Go, saying, “What Google is calling ‘a fresh take on the browser’ Google spent a lot of time building an Explorer killing web browser which they have called Chrome. Google Chrome allows users to browse, search, chat, email and collaborate so much more in a browser that is faster than any of the others that I use. I use Firefox for the plugins, Opera when I want to browse because it does nto ahve the plugins and so it is faster, Flock, Safari and Explorer as test browsers for the sites that I work on (all browsers have to work!)”
Cade Krueger presents How Do I Find My Niche With Home Business Opportunities posted at Write To Right.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents What Price Are You Paying To Have It All? The Supermom Myth posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “These are the thoughts I had that spurred me into developing my home business as an online content publisher.”
Kano presents The Truth About Making Money Online posted at Online Money Making Guide, saying, “We’re all trying to make money online but not all methods are created equal. So what works and what doesn’t? In this post I discuss some of the online money making methods which have and haven’t worked for me.”
FIRE Getters presents Early Retirement Case Study – My Dollar Plan Retires At 29 posted at FIRE Finance.
Carol Bentley presents Copywriting with sincerity. . . posted at Carol Bentley.
Danny Gamache presents The Joy of New Beginnings: And how to make them work for you! posted at The Success Professor, saying, “How to give yourself fresh starts throughout the year.”
Razvan Dobre presents 5 Of The Most Effective Motivation Boosters For People That Work From Home (Bloggers Included) posted at RazvanDobre.com Blog.
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