Have you ever watched the Big Bang Theory? If so, you might have an idea of what it feels like to watch something being said that you have absolutely no idea about, and you can see the effect it has on the person who’s feeling dumb because they don’t understand a word you are saying. And yes, I am in fact implying you are Penny.
10 months have passed since we opened our eMoneyUnion account. I missed month 9 as I was too busy with other work. I think I’ll up the fund as I have consistently got 10%+ gross interest over the last 10 months. Seems like a good performer.
The money is in the list, ye, ye, ye you’ve heard it a million times. I’m almost sick of saying it myself. Yet so many marketers fail to implement list building into their blogging arsenal and are missing out on a crucial traffic source.
Thrive Leads is a wordpress plugin that allows you to grow your list through various opt in forms such as ribbon, pop up, slide in, in content and more. Not only that but it allows you to completely customize these elements to ensure your form looks professional and eye-catching. In this Thrive Leads review we’ll go over all the features of this plugin and give you my own opinion on this tool.
10 months have passed since we opened our Funding Circle account. One thing I have noticed through the months is my estimated fully diversified returns has slowly lowered, but apart from that I’m really liking the performance of Funding Circle.
10 months have passed since we opened our Zopa account. The growth isn’t as strong as our Funding Circle account. This month has been really slow, I think it is from pending loan repayments, we’ll have to see what happens at the end of the month. Still deciding whether to move everything in Funding Circle. What do you think?
Assuming you’ve ever dreamt about living your life lying down on sunny beaches and drinking margaritas instead of working in your office cubicle, or if you are interested in internet marketing, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of a little book called “The 4-Hour Workweek” written by Tim Ferriss.