Newbie? Of course you can make money working from home on your computer!!Written by purva Mewar
If you are a newbie on net and are checking out possibilities of working from home to make money online, let me assure you half world is doing it already. People from all walks of life and from various countries are finding success like they had never seen before here on internet. The phenomenon is spreading like fire. Just type "make money online" in google and other search engines and see for yourself number of sites that come up for that one phrase. It is mind blowing. Similarly check out "work at home" or both these phrases together.... results will leave nothing to imagination or assumption.
WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE OPTING FOR IT? People are finding idea of working from home of a great convenience. Costs involved to start working from home are negligible. All you need is a computer and access to internet. Which is not much. The age-bar, qualification, previous experience etc are of no consideration at all. Anybody at any stage of life can start to work from home and make money online. WHAT KIND OF INCOME ARE PEOPLE MAKING ON THE NET? This is most often asked, most often answered, most important question. People who are doing well are really doing well, making enormous money. Some people who just make website and leave it at that are not making any money at all. But most people (an average American- as declared in an American Business Journal) make anywhere between $1500 - $4000 per month working from home. These are people who are making an effort to promote and market their sites on a day to day basis.
Our Children and Grant Money For Community Development!Written by Robert Smethers
Community development and grant money have always walked hand in hand. The process has traditionally been considered a matter for adults. Getting free federal grants and developing your community is so much more than that. It takes everyone to make a community. Getting federal government grants can involve our whole family as well as whole community.
Community development is more than “adult participation.” Some recent research and experience in U.S. and abroad draws attention to role that children and youth play in development of their communities and societies.
In many countries children and youth make up as much as half population, and recent years have seen much international discussion of their ability and right to participate in social and economic life.
When it comes to free federal grants there are hundreds of programs that involve educating and improving our children and our communities. Isn't it just natural that they be involved in decision making process when it comes to how we are going to receive and spend our federal government grants money?