Free For All Sites (FFA'S)

Written by Valerie Garner

Free For All Sites (FFA's) For those of you who don't know what an FFA site is, it's basically a website where you can post a link to your website for free. Generally it is also posted to many other sites atrepparttar same time and hopefully somebody sees your advertising in other words. When you post a link, you are also giving permission (whether you know it or not)to receive confirmation e-mails back fromrepparttar 117839 site owner. What seems to happen though, is many people see this as free advertising and get angry when not only do they not see a flood of sales come pouring in, but they start receiving other people's offers.I know when that first happened to me, I couldn't figure out what was going on and was frustrated.

Let's back up a moment and look atrepparttar 117840 bigger picture of what an FFA site is and its TRUE purpose. The true purpose of an FFA site is for repparttar 117841 owner of that site to promote his/her business. It's really not just because he's a nice guy giving people a free advertising place. (If it was such a goldmine in pulling in sales, he would be doing it himself). That is justrepparttar 117842 bait, getting people to his site to post their links, thinking they are getting free advertising, so he can respond with "confirmation" of your link, and his business ad.

Those confirmation e-mails are NOT spam. You had to agree to receive them in order to post your link. Who is reading these ads anyway? Is posting to FFA's a total waste of time? Not neccesarily, you do get an occasional sale, people do go to post their links and sometimes take a quick look throughrepparttar 117843 links to see what's there while they're posting.

Home Based Business Opportunities

Written by BB Lee

Home-Based Business Opportunities by BB Lee(C)2001

Your Best Opportunity For Home-Based Business Success Might Be Right Before Your Eyes!

Where Do I Begin: You want to start your own home-based business but you don't know what kind of business to start. The answer to your question could be right before your eyes. The answer might be so obvious you overlook it everyday.

Consider This: Your best opportunity for home-based business success might be a skill you perform everyday aroundrepparttar house. Perhaps you are a good cook. Consider starting a catering service.

You take care of children or elderly parents. You could start an elder care or children's day care center.

Friends say you have a green thumb. Notrepparttar 117838 Jolly Green Giant kind, but you are a great gardener. Ever thought about starting a landscaping business?

Perhaps you sew clothes forrepparttar 117839 family. You could specialize in tailoring.

Are you good with a paint brush, hammer and nails. Consider opening a paint and repair business.

Maybe, you are a whiz onrepparttar 117840 Internet. Do you realize literally thousands of people own a computer but haven't a clue how to use it productively or get onrepparttar 117841 Internet?

Are you great at throwing together a children's birthday party? Or are yourepparttar 117842 life ofrepparttar 117843 party? Performing, telling jokes, making funny animal balloons? One young female friend of mine used her whimsical humor to start a traveling performing clown business, specializing in children's birthday parties. Quirky biz, but Deb say's she is having a blast.

Did you help a friend arrange a wedding celebration? Wedding Consultants are in high demand acrossrepparttar 117844 country. This would be a very lucrative business venture. One easily started out ofrepparttar 117845 home.

Perhaps you worked in an office performing basic secretarial skills. Why not start a home typing service. You could specialize in one area-target college students, typing their terms papers. Or target recent graduates, typing resume's, cover letters. The point is that it is conceivable thatrepparttar 117846 same tasks you perform everyday for your family or employer could be turned into a very profitable home-based business venture.

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