How to Earn Money Online

Are you looking for ways on how to earn money online? Do you even believe that earning extra income online is possible? If not, you should definitely read on to realize that yes, indeed, you can earn extra income online and you can even earn more than what you can even ever imagine.

There are several ways on how you can earn money online. The first and most important thing that you should do and consider is to think about what you are actually good at and in what field could you actually excel in. By knowing what your skills and interests are and by being able to focus on the types of jobs that require this from you, you can definitely earn extra income.

Working online is very much easy. You do not need to leave the comfort of your own home, you are not required to report for work and the only thing that is required of you is to deliver and meet your deadline and of course submit quality work and output.

If you are able to meet these basic standards, you can most definitely earn extra money online. What’s more is the fact that you can even be you self’s own boss and would not have to report to anyone and feel that your effort isn’t very much appreciated.

The good news is, working online could also provide you with a great deal of money making opportunities even more than what you can ever imagine or hope to earn in your lifetime.

Personal Security in the Social Networking Environment

Social Networking has spread like wildfire, and many of these sites are still gathering hordes of new members every day.

Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Tagged, LinkedIn, YouTube and many others are an automatic must view every time many people sign on to the internet. How safe is your personal information on social networking sites?

Many of these 2.0 web destinations have a common theme, they encourage the sharing of information in one form or another with authorized followers. Granted a lot of the information people share is not harmful, though some can turn out to be very harmful, consider the following

  • The Lori Drew case, where Lori established a false online profile with the intent of bullying her daughters online rival. The rival ended up committing suicide. Lori is in prison. How many other cases like this are out there?
  • Some users make the bad guys job just too easy, by posting things like their social security number in their profile, or even when they register, these sites have no need for your social security number.

These examples are similar in that they are common mistakes.

  • Some things that get posted seem to be very innocent and not dangerous. A recent burglary was facilitated by a young woman who posted her plans to go out one evening on her social networking page. While she was gone thieves broke into her apartment and stop more than $ 10,000 worth of electronic and other equipment. Luckily they overlooked the CCTV equipment that recorded their actions, when the police released the video to the news media one of the young woman's followers recognized the thieves as other registered followers who she knew from high school. This particular incident turned out okay, just imagine though what could have happened if the young woman had come back to her apartment while the thieves were still there!

The above incidents point out some of the things you need to be careful about when interacting with social networks. Aside for authorized followers being able to access the info you post. Think about every way you interact, for example;

  • There are reports of hackers getting into social networking member files and finding information that can help the identify users.
  • A newer attack is the posted false false that attract followers, then the persons behind those profiles will solicit information from those followers.

So what are some of the steps you should take to stay safe on social networking sites?

  • Be careful of what information you provide on profile pages as well on your own page. Your age or birth date, your social security number, your location, your phone number, your email address, your job, your friends or family names, your photo, all could have been used to find information about your real identity.
  • Do not post information about your schedule schedule, your vacation schedule, even your work schedule, if a potential bad guy gets that kind of information, they will know when you are not home.
  • Never respond to invitations to share user names or passwords.
  • Be careful about exposing any personal information unless you know exactly who you are interacting with.

Investing and Financing

Most of the businesses these days borrow money either in short terms or long terms basis. The majority of cash flow statements illustrate the increase and decrease of the earnings of the short term debt only. It does not report the total amount that either either borrowed or paid. On the other hand, when illustrating a long term debt, the total amount and the reimbursements of the long term debt must be indicated in the cash flow statement on a yearly basis. The figures on these cash flow statements are illustrated on gross not net figures.

Similar to businessmen, most of today's businesses must find a way to finance its acquisitions when the business' internal flow of cash is insufficient or is insufficient to provide financial support in order to for the business to grow. When we say financing, it usually means the funding of a business capital from debt and equity sources. And by borrowing money from financial institutions or banks, in order to loan money to the business, or by providing extra funds in the business. The tenure also includes the other side of the coin, meaning doing payments on the balance due and returning the principal to the owners. It also includes the monetary contributions by the company from the income to its owners.

In addition to that, another section of the statement of the monetary flow illustrates the ventures that the business has admitted during the annual report. New and additional ventures signify the growth of the production and distribution capacity of the business, as well as its improvements and improvements. Organizing long term assets or removing a key component of the business can create good or bad effects, depending on what is influencing the said actions.

Some companies will dispose some of its predetermined assets on a yearly basis upon reaching the limit of their usefulness because they will become more of a liability than an asset. These predetermined assets are either disposed or put on the market, or in most cases, traded for new predetermined assets. The assessment of the fixed assets or predetermined assets that is at the end of its usefulness is called the fixed assets' "salvage value". The profits of the fixed assets are accounted as a source of money in the "investing activities" segment of the statement of the business' monetary flow. The proceeds of these fixed assets are generally diminutive in quantity.

Jewelry Making Kit Ideas for Kids

These jewelry making kit ideas include projects for both girls and boys. You may consider creating and selling kits like these as a business, or giving them as gifts, or using them to offer beading parties for kids.

Popular Projects for Teen / Kids Jewelry Making Kit

Children and teens love to make and wear jewelry. And a trendy jewelry project with a cool name can make a lot of sales!

These are some popular jewelry projects for kids of all ages to make. They are great designs to teach at a jewelry workshop or beading party, or to offer as kits.

1) Friendship Bracelet – for boys or girls. This has been a hot jewelry item for the past several years, with no sign oflining. Nice made with either "natural" beads, or colored glass / plastic ones, and strung on leather or hemp cord.

2) Friendship Anklet – similar to the bracelet above, except made ankle-size. (Less likely to be worn by boys.)

3) Surfer Dude / Surfer Chick Necklace – for boys or girls. A rustic choker-length necklace featuring a few beads and sometimes a small pendant. You can offer a variety of rugged, "natural" beads like clay, bone, horn, wood, recycled glass, etc. The beads and pendant are strung onto leather cord or rubber tubing, fastened with either sliding leather knots or a basemetal clasp. This is an especially popular teen / older kids jewelry making kit.

4) Princess Bracelet – an extremely popular jewelry making kit for girls. Possible components: large-hole beads to string on a pretty ribbon that ties onto the princess' wrist with a bow; beads to string on heavy-duty stretch cord; beads to string on beading wire and fastened with a basemetal toggle clasp. Pink and purple are a must in these designs.

5) Dragon-Bone Necklace – a popular jewelry making kit for boys. Simply provide a variety of bone beads and a few interesting spacer beads to string on leather cord and fasten off with sliding, adjustable knots.

6) Magic Bracelet – for boys or girls. An assortment of small magnetic hematite beads in a variety of shapes makes an endlessly fascinating toy as well as a piece of jewelry.

Tips for Creating a Jewelry Making Kit

Many of the commercially-made jewelry kits are disappointingly junky. They have a skimpy assortment of cheap components, flimsy tools, and poorly written instructions – packaged in a deceptively large box. It's very easy to create something that's vastly better than these!

When I create a jewelry making kit for workshops or for sale, I put myself in the customer's shoes – what would be excited to find in the kit? Here's an example of how I created some bead bracelet kits:

Each kit contained beads in a popular color scheme, with some nice contrast accent beads and at least one cool focal bead. I included an inspiring mix of bead colors, shapes, etc., and used a beadboard to measure how many inches of beads I was putting into each kit.

Then I tossed in a few extra inches of beads, so the recipient would have a good selection to design with, plus some leftover beads for other projects. I added a coil of leather stringing cord (cut a few inches longer than even the largest wrist would need), and instructions for good design, a comfortable fit, and making sliding knots.

I packaged it all in a transparent jewelry zip-close bag, stapled my product card to the top – and had a nice jewelry making kit.