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Saturday, 30 March 2013

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

A Basic Online Poker Strategy

   Don't get me wrong, I'm a complete Fish however I have a mate who does very well on cash games and rakeback. Here is a summary of his basic rules:

  • Never limp in.
  • Never call unless you are in position with suited connectors or a low pair.
  • Use position. Use position. Use position.
  • Use blind stats to your advantage.
  • Always be raising.
  • If you bluff on the flop you have to keep bluffing.
  • You need Hold Em Manager software (or an equivalent) to survive.

Stock Photography Basics

   I've never started listing my pics on Istock as of yet as the entrance questions were too hard! Nonetheless, from my reading here are some of the key points:

  • You should be uploading thousands of photos.
  • Use Photo Stock Plus, Dreams Time and Istockphoto.
  • Take photos associated with what is happening in the news.
  • Upload funny photos at break.com
  • Use 3.5 keywords
  • Make more money through the referral program.

How to Become an Antiquarian Bookseller


   Further to Avril Harper, I love the videos which are regularly posted on Youtube by King Human. Once again this guy keeps the sales patter to a minimum whilst still providing useful and usable information. Here is a basic system he put forward once to get you started in the Antiquarian Book Business:

1)      Go to Ebay.

2)      Go to Books – Antiquarian and Collectable

3)      Go to Completed Listings under £1000.

4)      Find a sold item with more than 10 bids.

5)      Trawl the net to find that very product at 50% or less of the Ebay sold price.

 

   It’s as simple as that. It sounds too basic but King Human shows it working in practice.

   This isn’t something to pin your hopes on but I think you should make one sale a year if you give it a bit of focus. Aim to make £50 within a year – that might give you the taste for it.

A Simple Ebay/ AliExpress System




Of all the Internet Marketers that I follow, Avril Harper is probably my favourite. Not too much B.S., not too much gloss. Her plans are really basic step 1, step 2 stuff. Here is a plan of hers I jotted down some years ago:

- Go to www.ebay.co.uk. Click ‘Buy’ in the top right of the screen and then click ‘Browse Categories’. On the next page choose a category, then a sub-category. Now search for Top Rated Sellers with Buy It Now listings for products you might enjoy selling. Click on one or two listings and study the numbers sold at the right of ‘Quantity’.


- If sales are high from one listing, I’d say 100 or more in two months is good, head over to Alibaba - www.alibaba.com - it’s one of the world’s most reliable product sourcing portals, where you can access many thousands of different products from reliable suppliers. This reliability is what makes AliExpress or AliBaba a good place to source products - the company keeps careful tabs on its product suppliers and bars any that prove unsatisfactory.


- Key the details of eBay’s top selling products into the search box of your chosen product sourcing sites.

Study the wholesale prices against those fetched on eBay to determine the likely potential profit per sale. Study discounts on products purchased in bulk, which add to your profit margins.

- Contact the sellers and ask permission to use their images and product details in your eBay listings. I’ve only been refused once.

- Choose as many products as you have time to handle and list them on eBay. Use auction listings to determine prices people are willing to pay, and how many orders ensue for specific price levels. This information helps you determine demand and profit potential for subsequent multi-product Buy It Now listings that allow you to offer hundreds of similar products inside one listing for the same price as a one product listing at auction.

- As soon as bids appear contact wholesalers and get them to put stock aside for your test marketing exercise. Most will agree as long as you tell them you’ll be buying stock in bulk later.

- When auctions end, invoice your winning bidder and send Second Chance Offers to unsuccessful bidders whose offers also generate profit for you.

- Isolate products that do make money from those that don’t - add the former to your permanent inventory and dismiss the rest.

Note: You must do constant checks on permanent inventory to ensure profits stay high. It’s also a good idea to do further checks on products that fall slightly below your profit expectations to see if changes to your listing might generate higher profits later.

- Take payment for goods sold in your test listings, buy sufficient stock to fulfil orders, use profits to pay your eBay and PayPal fees, spend the remainder on stock for future listings.

- Make replenishment of stock from profits your main priority and look for products that at least double your investment after overheads. This allows you to double your wealth every time you acquire new stock. So as long as the market for your products remains constant, or grows, you could end up with a multi-million pound turnover business in less than one year. Much less if you’re really keen.
 

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Make Money From Thin Air

   You may have noted that a recurring theme in my writing is to take something free (or next to free) and then sell it on by adding a little value or reframing it in some way.

   Here are 2 Free products which you can sell on Ebay today:

1) Money off coupons/ vouchers. Someone recently sold a Tesco voucher on Ebay for £1.74 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TESCO-Grocery-Money-off-Voucher-7-off-a-70-spend-Valid-to-1-7-April-2013-/251246116538?pt=UK_Tickets_Trave_Vouchers_Coupons_LE&hash=item3a7f6f7eba. Money off vouchers are always to be found in the daily papers, magazines, junk mail or in the free magazines which the supermarkets distribute.

2) Ebooks. Technically you are not allowed to sell digital products on Ebay anymore but it still happens. There are many out of copyright Ebooks that sell every week. Check out "As A Man Thinketh" which is a particular favourite.

   If you were to think about it there are many, many more free items which you can sell. By building up a portfolio of these you could create a small £5 a month/ £60 a year income from just this.

   That's enough to cover odds and ends.

Pat Butcher Topless!

   This is one of the funniest things I've seen on EBay:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2293959/Funniest-eBay-items-sale-Nude-drawings-EastEnders-stars--topless-Pat-Butcher-pulling-bids.html

Monday, 25 March 2013

Make Money From Other People's Holidays



   Once you’ve made some cash and you are in a suitable property I would heartily recommend adding a specialist twist to your Air BnB offer. One way to do this is by offering up a “holiday course”. People nowadays are looking out for a break where they can learn a new skill, pursue an exciting hobby or develop an interest. Here’s some ideas:

·         Writing and Poetry

·         Art

·         Fishing

·         Cookery

·         Birdwatching

·         Whisky Tasting

·         Photography

·         Yoga

   Personally speaking I live half a mile from a very steep escarpment and hill range therefore it would make sense for me to offer hillwalking holidays. Think and grow rich indeed.
 

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Yet another food idea

   This year T Baillie and Son of Saltcoats won the best Black Pudding award and JB Christie of Airdrie won the best Scotch Pie award. What do both of these companies have in common? Neither have a website. This is a huge missed opportunity for them and a massive opportunity for the entrepreneurially minded.
   Two chances to win:

1) Approach these guys and offer to the website and fulfillment for them for a small fee. Then just buy a website off the shelf at 1&1.

2) Do your own "Best of Scotland" website and list their products for sale via the net. I've talked before about Scottish hampers.

   My choice would be option 2.

Saturday, 23 March 2013

Calling all Ebay Experts!

   Is there a way you can find a product you like on Ebay and then click through to see if that product is available on Alibaba/ AliExpress?

3 Great Ebay Niches

Courtesy of John Lagoudakis:



Niche Item #1: Heart Rate Monitors

These are used by athletes and gym bunnies or by people who
need to keep an eye on their heart rate.

Why they are an exciting niche item:

* They have a 75% success rate on eBay (75% of all monitors
listed on eBay in the last three months sold!)
* They are lightweight and easy to ship and store
* One size fits all

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Niche Item #2: Plus Size Shoes

Many big-foots out there find it very difficult to find
shoes that will fit them comfortably from regular retail
stores.

Why they are a super niche item:

* While these are commonly made by popular shoe makers,
stores often order only a handful of pairs in larger sizes,
which means that more and more, our big-footed friends must
turn to buying online to get what they need.
* They have a high success rate on eBay (women's size 11
sell at 61.9% and men's size 14 at 75%
* Both men and women alike can require plus size shoes (Hot
tip: women's size 11+ high heels could make a great little
niche)

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Niche Item #3: Plus Size Maternity Wear

Another plus-size item with huge success on eBay

It's a profitable niche because:

* Maternity and baby gear always works because people are
always going to have babies, so you'll never run out of
customers!
* Clothing items are easy to ship as they light and not
fragile.

More class Graffitti

   Saw this whilst in Stirling today. Class in a glass:


Friday, 22 March 2013

West Ham Olympic Stadium Scam

  
   Ok, currently David Sullivan and David Gold own Upton Park. In 2 years time they will sell Upton Park for £100m and move into the rented Olympic Stadium. The naming rights on the Olympic Stadium will pay the rent on that. Lo and behold West Ham are in a very salubrious position. Messrs Sullivan and Gold (classic cold business types) sell up with massive profits.
   The best of it is that the Tax Payer is shelling out for the improvements at the stadium. You couldn't make it up!
   This is another example of the rich scratching each others backs.If I was a West Ham fan I'd be very dubious of this.
   It's a bit like some smoothy marrying your gran and getting her to sell her mansion so that they can move into a rented caravan. Something doesn't add up.

Free Halloween Business Ebook


Review: The Fast Diet

   This was a funny book. Don't get me wrong, the concept is good and most probably scientifically sound. Go onto Youtube and you'll find hundreds of videos promoting Intermittent Fasting going back to 2006. The problem with the book is that it is so formulaic:

1) Introduction - Who am I etc.
2) The Science blurb
3) The experience of doing the diet
4) Recipes
5) Comments from Social Media

I'm not trying to be funny but you could probably write a book akin to this yourself with a little outsourcing. Go on Twitter and search for New Diet. I did this just now and found the "UMF Diet" (which I've never heard of before in my life).

I could then outsource someone to write a couple of thousand words on the subject of dieting.How they felt extra. With a couple of small changes that experience could be applied to any diet.

With the Science blurb you'd just need to get up to your local University library or do a bit of searching online. Note that you are only writing a couple of paragraphs on research which backs up your diet (and there will be research which backs up every diet).

The recipes could be found online pretty easily and you could create the social media comments yourself.

In a nutshell The Fast Diet was very interesting BUT if you've read the back cover then you've read the whole book.

The busyness habit can get you hooked

A recent letter in the Financial Times:

From Mr Mark McCartney

   Sir, With reference to Andrew Hill's article "Work-life balance is not just for women" (March 12): most of my professional life has been spent working with "busy bastards" in a sector renowned for it - PR consultancy. Sadly, I would say at least half of all my time at work was wasted. Wasted in long pointless meetings. Wasted writing and responding to pointless emails. Wasted in working on tasks which resulted in little consequence. I sense that I am not alone. Furthermore, I have a hunch our current financial crisis has been caused in large part to this addiction to being busy in which rational, intelligence people check their emails over and over again during the day and spend more time talking to colleagues and customers on their smartphone than talking with their family at the dinner table.
   This brings to mind the line from Richard 2nd: "I wasted my time, and now doth time wastes me". How many of us can honestly say that today we absolutely worked on the most important tasks and didn't get sidetracked by the myriad distractions that grow by the day, largely due to technology and our growing addiction to it.
   This is why I got out. And will stay out. Why I want to help employers and employees challenge this addiction to "busyness".


Thursday, 21 March 2013

Make a Million with Sugar Addiction Hypnosis

   I firmly believe that if you could master the art of Hypnosis with the view of curing people from Sugar Addiction then you'd make a fortune. Here are some links to sites regarding this:

http://www.hypnosisdownloads.com/weight-loss/sweet-tooth

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwQsItPpA0g

http://www.skinnylife.net/stop-sugar-addiction-with-self-hypnosis/

   Sugar is the poison of the Western World.


Tuesday, 19 March 2013

More Amazon Income

Dear uncommonadvice@googlemail.com,

We initiated a transfer to your current account (ending in 771) in the amount of £19.27 on 19/03/2013.

See earlier posts for my system. Nice and Easy



How To Save Money On Petrol - Interesting

   I  don't know what you guys are paying for gasoline.... but here in California we are paying up to $3.75 to $4.10 per gallon. My line of work is in petroleum for about 31 years now, so here are some tricks to get more of your money's worth for every gallon:

   Here at the Kinder Morgan Pipeline where I work in San Jose , CA we deliver about 4 million gallons in a 24-hour period thru the pipeline.. One day is diesel the next day is jet fuel, and gasoline, regular and premium grades. We have 34-storage tanks here with a total capacity of 16,800,000 gallons.

   Only buy or fill up your car or truck in the early morning when the ground temperature is still cold. Remember that all service stations have their storage tanks buried below ground. The colder the ground the more dense the gasoline, when it gets warmer gasoline expands, so buying in the afternoon or in the evening....your gallon is not exactly a gallon. In the petroleum business, the specific gravity and the temperature of the gasoline, diesel and jet fuel, ethanol and other petroleum products plays an important role.

   A 1-degree rise in temperature is a big deal for this business. But the service stations do not have temperature compensation at the pumps.

   When you're filling up do not squeeze the trigger of the nozzle to a fast mode If you look you will see that the trigger has three (3) stages: low, middle, and high. You should be pumping on low mode, thereby minimizing the vapors that are created while you are pumping. All hoses at the pump have a vapor return. If you are pumping on the fast rate, some of the liquid that goes to your tank becomes vapor. Those vapors are being sucked up and back into the underground storage tank so you're getting less worth for your money.

   One of the most important tips is to fill up when your gas tank is HALF FULL. The reason for this is the more gas you have in your tank the less air occupying its empty space. Gasoline evaporates faster than you can imagine. Gasoline storage tanks have an internal floating roof. This roof serves as zero clearance between the gas and the atmosphere, so it minimizes the evaporation. Unlike service stations, here where I work, every truck that we load is temperature compensated so that every gallon is actually the exact amount.

   Another reminder, if there is a gasoline truck pumping into the storage tanks when you stop to buy gas, DO NOT fill up; most likely the gasoline is being stirred up as the gas is being delivered, and you might pick up some of the dirt that normally settles on the bottom.

Monday, 18 March 2013

A Business Which Is Going To Be Huge In The UK

  

   Krispy Kreme are going to become HUGE in the UK over the coming years - mark my words. I went to their restaurant early on Sunday morning to find at least 50 customers spending at least a tenner each on average. I'll wager that restaurant took in at least £15000 that day. Note that the Kentucky Fried Chicken next door was empty at the time. Do you know people were even getting their photo taken with their doughnuts.


Saturday, 16 March 2013

Book Review - "The House of Silk" by Anthony Horowitz




  I just finished reading The House of Silk: The New Sherlock Holmes Novel (Sherlock Holmes Novel 1) by Anthony Horowitz and really wanted to come to Amazon to review it because I was so impressed.

   The story is supposed to be written many years after the exploits as Watson looks back at a case of such magnitude that he hadn't dared detail it at the time. Whilst Watson's wife is away on a visit he returns to Baker Street and embarks on another adventure with Holmes. At first they are looking into a strange case involving the Flat Cap gang of Boston, but a mishap involving one of the Irregulars takes the pair to a much darker place.

   I loved this book from cover to cover. I first started reading the Sherlock Holmes stories in my teenage years (20 years ago) and having exhaused the canon I went on to the many spin-offs but was always left unsatisfied. I am not exaggerating to say that this is the best Holmes story in black and white since Conan Doyle slipped this mortal coil. I think that either Horowitz is a natural mimic or, more likely, he has studied the rhytm, vocabulary and timbre of Conan Doyle. We get to enjoy the exquisite glory of Holmes summing up the life story of a visitor to his rooms on a number of occasions. Not only does he do his "parlour trick" with the players in the story but Horowitz also pens an exchange of this sort with Mycroft - my personal highlight of the book.

   Having not read any fiction for a year or so I flew through The House of Silk: The New Sherlock Holmes Novel (Sherlock Holmes Novel 1) in two quick sittings. I might even read it again next!

   In a nutshell the novel is excellent and a must buy for any Sherlockian. I heartily recommend it and hope Horowitz returns for more.

Another Moneymaking Food Idea........

  

   McDonalds, Kentucky, Burger King, Dominos - what do they all have in common? Answer - they are all shit.

   A good quality roast dinner delivery service in a city would make a fortune. Using good quality British meats and fresh veg I believe you could charge a high premium for this service.

http://www.ring4roast.co.uk/ seems to be a good model of how this could work. These guys have been in business for a year and still seem to be going strong.

   Now, being tight, I'd get my roasts going in the slow cooker to keep electric costs down and try to grow my own tatties and veg.

How I made easy Cheltenham profit - with proof


  

   As per previous years I layed horses which were out of the picture as far as the 10 year trends were concerned. Took a £55 liability on most (wish I had made this £200 a pop or more). I was laying 4 horses in some races, none in others. I had one loser (a winner) but to tell you the truth that might even have been an error on my part. This is now the 3rd year I've cleaned up doing this. I plan to do the same at Acot this year and the National meeting. Possibly Goodwood too.

Results:

Pound Food Shop

   Poundland may be doing wonders in the tat market, but there is sure to be big bucks available for someone to open a Pound Food Shop. You could have all the sweets and crisps on one side and then a fresh section on the other with cakes and pasties. Everything a pound.

Love this idea - Fitness Walk and Talk




  • Cards in Post Office window for "Walk and Talk".
  • You offer to meet people with them and walk - easy as that.
  • Every time you meet up you go for a little longer.
  • Stay with the Punters for at least an hour so they are getting some value.
  • £10 a pop
  • Keep the conversation going so that the time flies by.
  • Use a variety of walks and try to make them incrementally longer/ steeper.

Friday, 8 March 2013

Competition Time - A Wee Bit of Fun For an Unusual Prize

   I have a signed autograph of Eastenders Legend Ron Tarr to give away!


   Many years ago I was lucky enough to obtain a signed photograph of Big Ron - star of Lovejoy, Boon, Willow and 12 years of Eastenders. Who can forget that classic heart attack scene? Or that time whilst he had a drink with Winston whilst Mark, or some other main character, moaned to Tracy at the bar? Move over Day-Lewis, Tarr was the master of Method Acting. He drank over 10,000 pints of Castlemaine to achieve that physique.






 
All you need to do to enter is follow me on Twitter @1000moneymakers and RT the competition tweet. I'll send the classic autograph ASAP after the closing date of Friday 15th March. Good Luck!
 
 
 

Needs must when the devil drives

  

Got my application in for The Chase today:


 
 
 

4 Forums which have provided me with Traffic recently

The Gambling Times
 
 
The David Icke Forum
 
 
Youtube
 
 
The Body Building Forum
 

I wish I was this popular

   They say an artist can live a lavish lifestyle if they have 1000 True Fans. Now imagine you were as popular as Hugo Chavez.

   Love him or hate him, I don't think we'd see scenes like this if David Cameron choked on his caviar.



 
 

Quick 2.5% Return on Your Money


 
   Due to general apathy from the committee and block voting from the ex Soviet satellite states there is more chance of Elvis winning the Lottery twice than Bonnie Tyler winning the Eurovision Song Contest for the UK this year. It just wont happen.

   You can get a return of 2.5% on your money by laying Tyler on Betfair right now. You can always trade out before the event for a smaller return.

   Trust me. This song will be lucky to get in the Top Ten - and I've not even heard it yet. The UK does not need to qualify due to Grandfather rights but I'm sure that this hit would struggle to get to the final if it did.

   Mark my words the winner will come from East of the Iron Curtain.

Thursday, 7 March 2013

The Fast Diet - Make Money

   The Fast Diet is becoming a bit of a runaway success. Last week this book sold twice as many as the book in second place. It has been at the top of the Amazon charts for quite a while, and many other titles in the Top Ten are spin-offs or "inspired by" The Fast Diet. It even has over 400 5 star reviews. Nice.

The Fast Diet: The Secret of Intermittent Fasting - Lose Weight, Stay Healthy, Live Longer

   I have a couple of points here. Firstly, note that the Fast Diet is nothing new. If you go on Youtube and search for intermittent fasting you'll find review videos going back to 2006. The authors of the Fast Diet have cashed in because they've tied it in with Dr Mosley's TV show last year. If you are on the ball next time you are watching TV and someone takes a different angle to weightloss then you could quickly open your laptop do a few hours research and knock a book/ ebook out in a couple of weeks.

   If you are not that quick to react then you could just wait for a book to get to number one and then ride on the success. Note that 70 ebooks have been added to the Kindle Store on the subject of Fasting in the last 90 days. Now I don't want to be too critical but I'm pretty sure that none of these will be up for any awards next year. Many of them will have been churned out - something we could do if we got our arse in gear.

   Have a look at the Fast Diet and assess how it was constructed. I've not read it yet but I'm assuming it is on the standard format. Happy selling.


The Fast Diet: The Secret of Intermittent Fasting - Lose Weight, Stay Healthy, Live Longer

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Selling 2nd Hand Books on Amazon - some lessons learned

   Long time readers will know that I am very keen on growing my second hand book business. My basic strategy is to buy joblots on Ebay and then sell off singly on Amazon. In 2012 when I moved from England to Scotland I made the decision to stop listing fiction titles as there was just too much competition. From this point onwards I've concentrated on Non-Fiction. I've bought 3 Joblots from Ebay private sellers and 1 big joblot of 1500 books from a charity trading on Ebay. This last joblot will almost double my inventory when listed. There is one problem though and that is managing space. Having 3000 books in your house takes up a lot of space. Therefore I need to prioritise my listings. This is also important as I have the further aim of joining the FBA program sooner or later. I need to identify a seller before joining FBA as I will be paying storage fees at this point, and who wants to pay storage on a dog?

   In the list below I show the last 100 titles I have sold on Amazon. Popular subjects seem to be: Art and Craft, Home, Motoring, Study, Gardening and Cookery.

   Perhaps the inclusion of Gardening and Cookery is no surprise as these are by far the biggest subjects by volume in my inventory.

   Moving forward I am going to start withdrawing "heavy" (those which would need to be sent as a standard parcel) from Amazon and sell them off as a collection only lot on Ebay.

   Wish me luck.


What is Feminism? [Paperback] [1986] Oakley, Ann; Mitchell, Juliet 

Guinness World Records 2010 [Hardcover] [2009] 

The Lion King [2 Disc Special Edition] [1994] [DVD] [DVD] [2003] 

Painting as a Pastime [Paperback] [1964] Churchill, Winston S 

Glorafilia: Venice Collection - 25 Original Projects in Needlepoint and Embroide... 

The Science of Self-realization [Hardcover] [2003] A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prab... 

Low-Carb Slow Cooker Recipes [Plastic Comb] [2004] Thomas, Kristi M. 

Triumph 2000, 2500 and 2.5 PI Mk.I and Mk.II Owner's Workshop Manual [Hardcover]... 

The Silent Witness The Mysteries Of The Turin Shroud Revealed [Paperback] 

York Notes on Chaucer's "Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale" (York Notes Advanced)... 

Core Maths for 'A' Level [Paperback] [1990] Bostock, L.; Chandler, S. 

Vegetable Garden Displayed (Wisley) [Paperback] [1941] Royal Horticultural Society 

The Everything Private Investigation Book: Master the Techniques of the Pros to ... 

The F2 Diet [Paperback] [2006] Eyton, Audrey 

100 Recipes Slow Cooker (100 Everyday Recipes) [Hardcover] [2011] 

Build It!.... with Pallets [Paperback] [2009] Joe Jacobs 

Decoupage Kit [Hardcover] [1993] Ballantine, Belinda 

Montherlant (Writers & Critics) [Paperback] [1964] Cruickshank, John 

The Dads' Book: For the Dad Who's Best at Everything [Hardcover] [2007] Heatley,... 

Painting The Weather [Paperback] [2002] Richard Stemp 

Stars and Planets (Encyclopedias 96) [Hardcover] [2008] 

7 Weeks to 50 Pull-Ups [Paperback] [2011] Stewart, Brett 

Women's Murder Club 4: Little Black Lies (PC DVD) [Windows 7 | Windows Vista] 

The Signal and the Noise: The Art and Science of Prediction [Hardcover] [2012] S... 

Starting your own Childminding Business: How to set up high quality childcare in... 

Get a Life!: The Little Red Book of the White Dot [Hardcover] [1998] Burke, Davi... 

Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7 (Nintendo 3DS) [Nintendo 3DS] 

F**k It: The Ultimate Spiritual Way [Paperback] [2008] John C. Parkin 

Catch Me If You Can: The True Story Of A Real Fake [Paperback] [2003] Abagnale, ... 

Psycho-cybernetics: The Original Science of Self-Improvement and Success That Ha... 

The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World [Paperback] [1999] David... 

The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book [Paperback] [2010] Vine, Tim 

The Cookery Year [Hardcover] [1974] Reader's Digest 

Radio Control for Model Boats [Paperback] [1970] Connolly, Philip; Smeed, Vic 

2000 AD Annual 1978 [Hardcover] [1978] Anon 

The EnglishmanS Flora. [Hardcover] [1987] Grigson, G. 

Noises Off! [DVD] [1992] [DVD] [2004] 

Mary Queen of Scots [Hardcover] [1994] Fraser, Antonia 

The Official alibaba.com Success Guide: Insider Tips and Strategies for Sourcing... 

Endgame [Paperback] [1976] Beckett, Samuel 

Mr Bean's Joke Book [Paperback] [2010] Green, Rod 

The Natural Home: Inspiration and Decoration (Small Book of Home Ideas) [Hardcov... 

Propaganda [Paperback] [2004] Bernays, Edward L. 

Buying a Home in Spain [Paperback] [2006] Hampshire, David 

Streetwise Spycraft [Paperback] [2007] Davies, Barry 

The Everyday Wheat-free and Gluten-free Cookbook [Paperback] [1998] Berriedale-J... 

The Washing Machine Manual (Haynes home & garden) [Hardcover] [1999] Dixon, Graham 

Beating Anger: The eight-point plan for coping with rage [Paperback] [2005] Fish... 

Everywoman: A Gynaecological Guide for Life [Paperback] [1998] Llewellyn-Jones, ... 

A Devil's Chaplain: Selected Writings [Paperback] [2004] Dawkins, Prof Richard 

General Knowledge Crosswords (Best Ever 320 Spiral) [Paperback] [2008] 

 (Fifty Shades Darker) By E. L. James (Author) Paperback on ( Apr , 2012 ) [Paper... 

Ken Jennings's Trivia Almanac: 8,888 Questions in 365 Days [Hardcover] [2008] Ke... 

The Little Book of Chav Speak [Paperback] [2004] Bok, Lee 

Step by Step Cake Decorating [Hardcover] [2012] Igloo 

Movies of the Forties [Hardcover] [1982] Lloyd, Ann; Robinson, David 

Pomodoro Technique Illustrated (Pragmatic Life) [Paperback] [2010] Staffan Noteberg 

Wordsearches (Easy Read) [Paperback] [2010] Igloo 

 (Fifty Shades Freed) By E. L. James (Author) Paperback on ( Apr , 2012 ) [Paperb... 

101 Things to Do Before You Die [Paperback] [2004] Horne, Richard 

The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady [Hardcover] [2006] Holden, Edith 

Stand Up and Deliver: A Nervous Rookie on the Comedy Circuit [Paperback] [2011] ... 

Bedrooms (Small Books) [Hardcover] [2007] Gilliatt, Mary 

Wild Fruit by Snowdon [Hardcover] [1997] Attenborough, Sir David; Snowdon, Earl ... 

Working in Complementary Therapies: How to start a career in the new caring prof... 

Rhod Gilbert's Bulging Barrel of Laughs (BBC AudioBooks) Free Dearland Audio CD ... 

My Mermaid Make and Do Book (Sticker and Activity Book) [Paperback] [2010] Igloo... 

Barca: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World [Paperback] [2012] Graham Hu... 

Wuthering Heights (Classics Illustrated) [Paperback] [2009] Bronte, Emily 

Enid Blyton'S Bedtime Annual 1972 [Hardcover] [1971] Blyton, Enid, Illustrated B... 

The Secret Life of the Garden [Paperback] [2009] Beardshaw, Chris 

 (ONE RED PAPERCLIP) BY MACDONALD, KYLE[ AUTHOR ]Paperback 05-2008 [Paperback] [2... 

Handbook of Classic British Bikes [Hardcover] [2001] Kemp, Andrew 

Baby and Toddler Meal Planner [Hardcover] [2008] Kim Davies 

Bodydoctor: Trust Me, I'm the BodyDoctor. [Hardcover] [2004] Marshall, David 

The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady [Hardcover] [2006] Holden, Edith 

Pesticides and Pollution (Fontana New Naturalist Series) [Paperback] [1969] Mell... 

Sparkly Girl's: Princess Playtime (Sticker and Activity Book) [Paperback] [2012] 

Law: A-level Study Guide (A Level Study Guides) [Paperback] [2003] Charman, Mar... 

Sparkly Girl's: Princess Playtime (Sticker and Activity Book) [Paperback] [2012] 

Omelettes, Frittatas and Souffles: Sweet and Savoury Recipes with Eggs [Hardcove... 

Fifty Shades of Grey [Paperback] [2012] James, E L 

The Tail End System [Paperback] [2007] Newton, Ross 

THE GIANT BOOK OF FORTUNE. [Paperback] [1994] unknown 

The Apple Source Book [Hardcover] [2007] Clifford and Angela King, Sue; King, An... 

Just Say A Few Words [Paperback] [2004] Monkhouse, Bob 

The Sensational Baby Sleep Plan [Paperback] [2010] Scott-Wright, Alison 

New Penguin Guide To Personal Finance 

Frugillionaire: 500 Fabulous Ways to Live Richly and Save a Fortune [Paperback] ... 

Vegetable Growing Month-by-Month: The down-to-earth guide that takes you through... 

Nude Painting [Paperback] [1979] Jacobs, Michael 

Social Psychology [Hardcover] [1998]

My Kingdom of Books [Hardcover] [1999]

Nicole Nobody: The autobiography of the Duchess of Bedford [Hardcover] [1974] Du... 

Once More, With Feeling: How we tried to make the greatest porn film ever [Paper... 

1000 Rock Hard General Knowledge Questions

Let's Collect Fossils (Cotman-color) [Paperback]

Whitaker's World of Facts 2011 [Hardcover]

Drama and Theatre Arts [Paperback] [1998]

Awkward Family Photos [Paperback] [2010]

Sunday, 3 March 2013

My Top Ten Income Streams

 
My Top Ten Income Streams:
 
1. Main Job
2. Rental Property
3. Arbitrage Betting
4. Second Hand Book Sales on Amazon
5. Ebay
6. Adsense
7. Complaining for Profit
8. Amazon Affiliate Income
9. Mystery Shopping
10. Comping
 
If you want to join me on a Money Making adventure then just get in touch......

All of these have their own "system", and all are part of my bigger picture "system"



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Email       ross.taylor1@live.co.uk