Welcome to the March 8, 2013 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…
Josh Champagne presents Do Infrared Heaters Save Money? posted at Josh Champagne, saying, “Working from a home office like I do, I wanted to save on my heating bill this winter. So, I put these relatively new infrared heaters to the test to find out if they are worth the investment.”
Matt Schoenherr presents Banned by Fiverr for Exposing Fiverr Scams posted at Marketing Ideas 101, saying, “If you’re working at home using the Internet, you’ll be interested in this consumer protection piece covering Fiverr scams and the manner by which the popular Internet company continues to defend and support these scams. The initial portion of this post began as a response to a rather long thread in the WarriorForum and I’ve gone on to expound from there. Buyer beware, folks.”
Hanno presents Easy Empire Profits Review: Guidelines How to Earn Decent Income Online posted at Hanno`s reviews, saying, “This article is basically about a bunch of paid advice for getting started in the online marketing business.”
Jennifer Saksa presents Do You Think Employees Working From Home Are Productive? posted at NCH Software Blog, saying, “Yahoo has made tidal waves with the new policy against allowing remote workers, but is face time really the same as productive time? Can people get work done from home?”
Elisabeth Wright presents 10 of the Most Outrageous Nervous Reactions posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, “Nervous reactions are difficult to overcome because they often happen through no control of your own.”
Jessica Clark presents 15 Fortune 500 Business Leaders Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “Barbie’s plastic playboy isn’t the only Ken that’s been successful in the business world (man I hated that reference to being called a Ken doll when I was growing up).”
Michelle Brown presents 9 Tips For Getting a Doctor’s Appointment Now posted at Nanny, saying, “When you or your child is suffering from an illness, your first instinct is usually to visit the doctor. However, a quick conversation with the receptionist can reveal that waiting times are days or even weeks long, leaving you or your sick child to fend for yourselves until the doctor’s packed schedule eases enough to admit you.”
Susan Wowe presents Use Pinterest to Sell Your Affiliate Products posted at Online Business – Make Money Online, saying, “This article is for those who work at home using online tools to sell your own products or sell affiliate products for a living. Pinterest could be a great storefront for selling your crafts and art products.”
Cherry Liu presents 20 Coffee Hacks Coffee Addicts Will Love posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “Few things are as satisfying as a freshly brewed cup of coffee, and getting your fix more quickly at less expense is just icing on the cake.”
Kevin Giffin presents 20 Tips for Surviving a Cruise Ship Stuck at Sea posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “With more than 2,100% growth since 1970, the cruise industry is the single fastest-growing segment of the travel industry as reported by Cruise Lines International Association, Incorporated.”
Hailey Jones presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Understanding Food Labels posted at Nanny Websites, saying, “Food labels can certainly cause confusion. With so much information printed in such a small space, it can become difficult to work out what’s in your food and how it affects your body.”
Isabella Harriss presents 15 Ways to Make Money as a Mom Blogger posted at Nanny News Network, saying, “There is money to made from blogging, and moms have a lot of knowledge and information that others will pay to access.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of working at home blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
If you would like to host one of my Carnivals, just use the contact form to make arrangements.
Remember, when you submit an article, please fill in the Category and Remark Fields to add your own description of your post.
Please Submit only ONE Article per Carnival, additional articles Will Not Be Accepted.
Since this is a community endeavour, please feel free to advise me through comments or my contact form if there is something you think I can do to improve the Carnival.