Social networks have become the boon of advertisers everywhere! The more ads they can deliver while you share your cat photos, dinner recipes and car care tips, the more money they make. Businesses have discovered that if they move on to various Social Media websites, they can better engage with their customers and clients as … Continue reading Your Content Has Value! Advertisers & Social Media Sites Agree!
This is a money-saving tip that many people balk at. There is an erroneous understanding and expectation that if a product does not have a known brand-name on the label, that it won't last as long, taste as good, perform as well, etcetera. This is hog-wash! Occasionally a white-label or no-name product will be inferior, … Continue reading Less Money, Same Quality! Buy No-Name or White-Label!
That's right! If you want to see real savings at the gas pump, start with how you plan your route around town! This is such a big deal that a full day complete with charts before and after, takes place in my course, "The Poor Man's Budget: a 5 Week Course - Learning to live … Continue reading Map Your Way to Domestic Household Savings!
As time permits, I am carrying on with the unlocked video training content over at Shoemoney.net. I watched the videos for copywriting where I learned that what I've done with formatting information on my writing courses is a good example of what Jeremy would call good copyrighting. I now need to go through and confirm … Continue reading Carrying on with Unlocked Training at Shoemoney.net
As already written a few weeks ago on my author blog, there is quite a bit of frivolous, high-living-driven wastage going on in Canada because of the materialistic mindset that everything must look perfect or its not worthy of being consumed. Grocery store chains such as Loblaw's family of stores are to be lauded for … Continue reading Of Expiry Dates and Saving Money!
In the first blog post here, I wrote about several things you can do with your toaster. Our toaster oven died on my birthday this year after serving us well for many years! It became a very good cost saver, allowing me to do many things with it that normally require the much larger 220V … Continue reading What Have You Baked in Your Toaster?