Wednesday, June 27, 2007

How To Set Up Multiple Streams of Internet Income

The money making Guru, Robert Allen, wrote a book called Multiple Streams of Internet Income. In this book he dives deeply into the realm of Internet income. He gives multiple sources that can generate you tons of money online. He also shows how to market your products effectively while keeping your costs low. The book shows you how to set up a website and describes many techniques to attract visitors to your site and then how to get them to buy from you through your site. I am very interested in making money online so I bought this book. I found it helpful in that it gives you ideas about marketing online that aren't going to go away as the Internet changes. The advice is solid and ageless. I am reading this book for about the third time now and I am still learning from it.

How to Make Money Almost Instantly Online

This review is not for a book but an e-book. Actually it is a few instruction manuals that describe how you can make money online very quickly, even if you have no experience in any kind of online business ventures. There are so many products out there that claim to teach you how to make money online and end up being advertisements for other products which in turn are ads for more products... well if you have ever dabbled in this arena you know what I'm talking about. These manuals are transcripts of an interview done by an Internet marketing newbie. He interviewed some seasoned professionals, posing the scenario, What would you do to earn $750 or more online in 3 days or less, starting with no mailing list, no cash, no credit and no website? The experts give their responses in detail. I am working on implementing the plans set up by them and I am impressed with the information and the simplicity of their instructions. To check it out go to and get started on your path to Internet income, and financial freedom.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Fear and Loathing

Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, by Hunter S. Thompson is one of my favorite books. It was the very first reading I was assigned as a college freshman, and I've read it numerous times eince that fall of 1995.

The book follows Thompson and his trusty (or shady,) sidekick Dr. Gonzo on their drug frenzied trip to Las Vegas in search of the American Dream. The vivid word pictures painted by the doped up author take the reader on a roaring ride through the desert and deposits him in the middle of sin.

The duo does just about every drug available on the street, in excessive quantities, and still deliver an exciting, philosophical story. If you are into adrenaline then this is an enjoyable story.

Thompson uses his own style of reporting, Gonzo Journalism, to depict a journey so full of amazing highs and turbulent lows that keeps you reading on. It is unimaginable to think of someone ingesting the copious amounts of illegal substances that he writes about, and not only being coherent enough to still put together a story, but to actually survive the ordeal.

I have this book in my own personal library and enjoy reading it every time I get the opportunity. It is artistic and intellectual. It gives you a sense of hope. If a drugged out journalist with nothing more than a tape recorder and writing instruments can make it big in America today then maybe I can be next!

Good Book, Great Book...

I recently read Robert Kiyosaki's book Rich Dad, Poor Dad.I found it both informational and motivational. He goes into detail about why so many people today are poor, or middle class and tells how we must change if we want to be rich. He goes to great lenghts to let the reader know that what you are doing now obviously isn't working and to keep doing what you are doing isn't going to get you where you want to go.

Kiyosaki also advises us to educate ourselves. The resources he gives may seem obvious to some but for me it was an eye opener. He notes the differences in thought processes between the rich and not yet rich. He also describes in detail the steps you must take in order to accumulate wealth.

One of the best features of the book is the ease of reading and the flow of the content. It was hard to put down. It is fairly short too, so you can read it and get started implementing his strategies in a matter of days. I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in getting ahead in life. It helped me to stop thinking about what I would like to be and get started on becoming it.