Kids & Divorce – What to Consider When Deciding Your Family’s Time – Sharing & Parenting Plan

In Florida we no longer use terms like “custody,” “visitation,” and “primary residential parent” which suggest that a child is a possession to be argued over. These terms mislead parents into thinking that ultimately one of them can win and the other can lose their children.

It is critical that divorcing parents understand that only their marriage is ending. In fact, their familial bond will remain long after the legal divorce is done. As the old adage goes blood is thicker then water. And, children have a special way of keeping people connected.

Every child needs and deserves two parents. So, divorcing parents should avoid the win/lose illusion and instead focus on how they will share time with their children and what each parent will be responsible for.

Here are ten things to consider before you decide on your family’s time-sharing and parenting plan.

1. Your family is unique. And, your family is undergoing restructuring. Be open to a variety of possibilities. Allow yourself to look at the big picture and focus on the needs of your children.

2. The time to work on feelings of betrayal and abandonment is not while you are making decisions related to time sharing with your children. Put these issues to the side and deal with them later.

3. Consider which parent is best able to undertake, manage and complete day-to-day parenting responsibilities such as shopping, homework, sick trips to the doctor, routine check-ups, playtime visits with friends, chauffeuring, daily hygiene and discipline. However, just as important as a parent’s ability to perform parenting responsibilities is his/her commitment to (a) encouraging the child’s relationship with the other parent, (b) conferring with the other parent and (c) keeping the other parent informed on all child related issues such as report cards, illnesses, and extra-curricular activities.

4. Consider your children’s connections to their communities and extended family members. Do all you can to keep these relationships consistent.

5. Your child’s primary residence and time-sharing arrangements are not permanent. As your children mature the arrangements you make should change to fit their lifestyles, needs and desires.

6. Consider the distance between your homes and the children’s school(s). How will this effect the morning and afternoon commutes, participation in school activities, playing with school friends after-school?

7. How can you best set your schedules in order to maintain consistency in your children’s bedtime, homework, bath, meals, activities etc. during school time.?

8. In an ideal world each parent would have some play time, some work time (carpooling, homework, etc.) and some alone time with each of their children.

9. Children should be expected to follow the rules of the household that they are in. Be consistent in your own house, with your own rules. If the other parent has different rules that is OK.

10. Babies and younger children may be best served by shorter times with each parent.

How to Be in Control of Your Life: 40 Time Mastery Tips

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of. ~Benjamin Franklin

Time mastery is different from time management. Time management is simply managing the time you have to work with each day and sometimes involves getting more done in less time. Time mastery on the other hand has first and foremost to do with being proactive and deciding in advance what you want (goals), how you will set up your days (your life really), and then choosing the best ways to execute that.

Below are 40 TIME MASTERY TIPS that may help you on your new journey. All of them are proven to help you visualize what you really want, focus on what’s most important to you now, say “no” to the things that get in the way of that, help free up time, create more efficiency, bring a sense of order and peace to a daily routine, and offer a sense of control. They work!

This is a list, not a plan. The list includes 40 strategies that will allow you to create the life you want in terms of how you use your time. They may or may not all be fitting for your life. Simply choose the ones that make sense to you-perhaps all of them will. Factor them into your routine, and implement them without hesitation. They will make your life and business more meaningful, easier and more enjoyable.

1. Establish a list of your important long-term, mid-term, and short-term goals. Select the MOST important one from each category-the one that you want to focus on AT THIS TIME IN YOUR LIFE. You will have 3 to focus on at a time (one from each category).

2. Write your goals down: Written goals help the subconscious mind to work towards goal accomplishment and GREATLY increase the likelihood of achieving them. Written goals can be changed or adjusted at any time.

3. Create a list of tasks or activities that would cause you to accomplish EACH goal.

4. Prioritize your tasks and activities. The 80-20 Rule of economist Vilfredo Pareto notes that 80 percent of the reward comes from 20 percent of the effort. Prioritize tasks in order of value and importance. Concentrate on those items with the greatest reward-getting you to your goal.

5. Assign a DEADLINE to projects and tasks, particularly the ones that will take multiple activities to complete. Don’t fret-deadlines can be changed. Just do your best.

6. Think about tasks as being made up of “Time Molecules”. Some are small and some are bigger molecules. These “molecules” are “chunks” of time you can spend on a task throughout a day or on different days. Work on projects and tasks in “time molecule” chunks to finish at the deadline.

7. Revisit and declare your long-term and mid-term goals periodically, such as once a year on New Years day or your birthday: your desires may change, so your goals may dramatically change at any point in your life. For short-term goals, you should have a planning session at least every 3 months.

8. Two or more goals can be of the same importance even though you spend different amounts of time on each. You may have to set one goal temporarily aside while you work towards another, but acknowledge that they are both still goals and both still important.

9. Use only one calendar and look at it often. Use a day planner. Choose a simple one. Complicated systems can cause you to waste time while planning. Keep your planner with you at all times.

10. Before scheduling activities, block out family and personal time first. Block out time for vacation, spa days, exercise, personal time, church, and family. Block out events and trade shows that involve your career. Find the info from magazines and online.

11. Review your GOALS daily. Spend evenings (or early mornings) planning and organizing your approaching day. 15 minutes is enough time. Try to find solitude. Select and schedule some of the activities that will help to propel you towards your most important priority goals. these activities will be your high priority tasks.

12. Have a running to-do list, a single page or two in your day planner to jot down tasks that you suddenly remember have to be done. Try to schedule a few of these tasks into your daily activities. Delegate as many as possible.

13. Use a daily to-do list for what you want to accomplish each day. This will be the list you make during your daily planning session. Each day, schedule some of the priority tasks needed to achieve your goals and some from your “Running-To-Do-List”. Keep your daily tasks reasonable in number and achievable. Keep in mind you will experience interruptions.

14. Prioritize your daily to-do list items in terms of value and importance; #1 is the most important and valuable to accomplish, #2 the second most, etc. Keep your goals in mind. If you can’t do a task in order of priority because of time or other constraints, move to the next number and come back to the highest priority task later. Again, delegate where you can.

15. Commit to DO the items on your list, CROSS OUT tasks that have been accomplished.

16. Start the day with a high-priority task and continue with it until it is complete whenever you can. Focus on your most valuable task or activity in relation to your goals. You feel happier, more productive, and more in control of your life.

17. Block out a chunk of UNINTERRUPTED time in the same time slot each day to work on high priority tasks. Focus your attention and work on several similar or related tasks during this time (called batching). 1-3 hours is ideal.

18. Remember the concept of MOMENTUM if you are tempted to procrastinate. Just say you will work on a task for 2 minutes with no guilt if you stop. You will likely continue.

19. Schedule your most important tasks during your naturally productive time of the day. Do not use up your “Best Time” to do low priority or mundane tasks that can be done anytime of day (or by someone else).

20. Schedule in at least a few small tasks that you will COMPLETE in a day. This will empower and motivate you as you check them off your list!

21. Delegate tasks that are low priority or those others can easily do. Spend money to save time. Tasks that require little specialized training can be delegated out to office assistants. Tasks that require expertise can be sent out to a professional company. You can also hire out for personal chores such as dog walking, or things you do not like to do such as laundry. This will free you up. Look at it as a financial investment-Comparative Advantage- spend YOUR time on the things that make you the most profit and delegate the rest. Make the most money with your time!

22. Invest time in training others. Give up time in the short-term to train others for long-term benefits.

23. DO NOT let email overtake you. Check your mail once a day, or if you must once in the morning and once in the evening only. Set up a direct reply auto-responder letting people know you will get back to them within”blank number” of hours.

24. Totally eliminate time wasters like tasks that don’t propel you towards your goals, don’t relax you, and don’t make you feel good about your life.

25. Refuse to be caught in the trap of PERFECTIONISM. Perfectionism gets in the way of productivity. It means you are paying unnecessary attention to detail. You likely are the only one who knows the difference. This form of procrastination can keep you from accomplishing your true goals.

26. Leave a little bit of “free” time in your day for unexpected interruptions and time intrusions, and for opportunities that may come up. This is real life, be flexible when scheduling (but also be responsible).

27. Minimize interruptions by isolating yourself. Find a place to “hide away” for a few hours.

28. Focus on one task or activity at a time. Have out ONLY what you are CURRENTLY working on.

29. Avoid big lunches that can make you sluggish for the rest of the day.

30. Schedule time with your customers for when it is most convenient for THEM (it can really improve your sales results).

31. Literally “Throw Away” life’s clutter. Minimize the amount of “things” you have in your office (or home). This will save you time on maintenance. This is the first step in organizing your ideal environment.

32. Organize your office (and home) so that every item has a designated “HOME”. Make sure it is parked in its home when not in use. You can delegate the task of organizing to someone who is skilled at this.

33. Keep your desk clean. Clutter saps your energy and hinders creativity.

34. Reduce paper flow. Get in the habit of throwing papers away. For sketches and written notes, use a service that allows you to send a fax to your email so you’ll have a permanent.tif file you can print when needed. Toss junk mail out immediately. Do not set it on a table or desk. Throw away catalogs you plan to “read later” but know you never will. Feel the amazing freedom that comes from tossing them away!

35. Reduce T.V. time.

36. Quit attending organizations if they don’t bring you to your goals and you don’t enjoy them.

37. Let your children reduce time in planned activities. They’ll feel refreshed. Spend one on one time with them instead, or just let them decompress!

38. Take care of yourself. Sleep well and… (you know the rest)!

39. Allow some time to do nothing but relax and unwind, even if you think you don’t need it. Be balanced: too much scheduling and structure will discourage you over time. A little time daily to just unwind will clear your thinking.

40. Know this, and DO NOT feel guilty about it: There will never be enough time to do everything you want to or have to do.

Time Line For Starting a Bakery

So what is a time line for starting a bakery?

Well… To start with, it means collecting all the information from your thoughts. Asking yourself questions? Very personal questions!

Can I do this?

Do I have sufficient experience?

Is my family on board with this venture?

Do I have to do everything alone?

Am I ready to put my dreams and desires up front?

Can I put my business first before everything else?

Do I have sufficient money to carry me through?

There are many, many, more questions that you need to ask yourself, but only you can ask them and once those personal questions are answered it is time to create your business plan. That business plan is again asking more questions and collecting more information from many different sources.

Once collected it needs to be installed into that business plan.

The time line for starting a bakery can be from a few days to several months and even years. But, once started the ending is usually very satisfying and quite rewarding. At least it has been for me. And though i never started out to become a baker in 1955, i certainly have enjoyed the 53 years i have been an employee of the bakeries in my life and owner of The Crusty Cottage Bakery.

Now given those years of experience and the knowledge gained in those years, it is giving me as much pleasure to show others what and how much i enjoyed my trade.

I would perhaps suggest to you to budget your time. This can be your time line for starting a bakery.

Today buy a notebook or writing pad, start writing down your thoughts and ideas.

Tomorrow, look at other bakeries in your area. Look to see what side of the street their market comes from. What other businesses are close that can complement the bakery or the type of bakery business you plan.

Check their quality and the prices. Look at their decoration and color schemes of the business.

Start compiling your business plan. It doesn’t have to be perfect or in proper order at this stage, but it is worthwhile cataloging into different folders for easy access.

Give yourself say six weeks to compile the business plan.

Be looking for a suitable location to put your business during all aspects of your time line.

You want a realistic time line for starting a bakery. So do not think you can start in one day if you are starting from scratch. Neither do you want to leave anything till tomorrow or next week. That is a sure way to fail.

The old saying “Do not put off till tomorrow, that which you can do today” is so true.

If you are buying into an existing bakery your time line for starting your bakery will be one to three months from start to finish.

The paper work should be seen by a lawyer and an accountant. Discuss with them the legal and accounting ramifications of this new business.

Do not pay any money to anyone till you or your lawyer, have done their due diligence, (just a word to explain investigations).

Believe in yourself first then look at all the information and decide your next move.

By looking at all the numbers from the selling bakery and by your own commitment you will decide one way or the other just what the time line for starting a bakery will be.

Ideas For Starting a Part Time Business From Home

The economy today has forced people into finding ways to make additional money to help cover their monthly bills. One thing people are considering doing is starting a home business of their own.

If you already have a job or stay at home to look after your children you probably want to do this on a part time basis. In this article we will give an overview of 10 different part time home business ideas!

1. Provide a service online for something you have a talent for. Web design is always needed. So is installing a blog, graphic design and search engine optimization.

There are many internet marketers who do not have time to do everything for themselves so they are keen to outsource things. It is possible to make a good income by providing these sorts of services on a part time basis.

2. Sell things on eBay. eBay is still very popular and is an excellent way of making some additional cash in your spare time. Virtually anything can be bought and sold on eBay which makes it possible for you to develop a home business of your own.

3. Start a drop in day care center. Drop-in daycare is interesting in that people do not always know in advance when they might want to do something without their kids. Making yourself available when parents need you most is a great way to make money part time from the comfort of your own home.

4. You could offer tutoring for children who need some extra help with their school work. You could specialize in an area that you are talented in such as English or History.

5. Create portraits for families. If you have a talent for painting there is a never ending supply of potential customers for your talents.

6. Set up a scrap booking business. Most people have pictures piled in boxes that need to be neatly organized and you can get paid doing it for them.

7. Do you like pets? Offer to walk, groom, feed, and provide companionship or other things an owner needs help with.

8. Start a resume service. More people are in the market for jobs today, than there has ever been in the past, and many of them do not have a resume.

9. Become a blog writer. There are thousands of blogs online that need someone to help add content to them.

10. Start your own niche affiliate internet business. Getting paid to sell other people’s products in a niche you have an interest in is a great way to make extra money.

As you can see you’re only limited in the types of part time home business ideas you can come up with. If you can solve people problems by filling a need you can get paid to do it.

Is Now the Right Time to Start an Online Or Home-Based Business?

With the U.S. stock market in turmoil, and job layoffs coming in thousands every couple of weeks, is NOW the right time to start that Home-Based Business? Should I commit the time and effort (even though many programs say you can do a particular business in as little as 1 hour per day!) that it takes to make a Home-Based Business successful?

Many of you are probably shaking your head right now saying now’s NOT the right time to do ANYTHING new! Nothing could be farther from the truth!

NOW is the BEST time to start that Home-Based Business and I’ll give you three reasons why.

1. You want to get into a business near the ground floor of its potential and learn and work your way up to the top. Right now you can get in on that ground floor. Learn from the pros who have made their business a success. Lots of the good online businesses have an excellent training program. Don’t just pick and choose what you think will work; use the online business training program as it’s meant to be. The internet and internet businesses continue to expand and explode and you need to be a part of that if you want to take control of your financial future! There’s lots of good information out there so take the time and load up your brain with relevant information.

2. As the internet expands, you’ll be reaching into a market that will know no bounds. Your earnings will be limitless if you follow the right path, use good judgment, don’t get in over your head, and follow the advice of known successful home-based business owners….not the so-called internet gurus. Do your research….as there are many “scams” out there that can take your money and run. Check out a perspective home-based business, find out if it’s legitimate and then commit the time and money to make it work!

3. There are some really good programs out there right now that can get you started off on the right foot…..but you have to do your research. Don’t go for the programs that say you can make lots of money in a short period of time. It takes time and effort and you need to understand the market that you’re getting into. Especially look for businesses that will provide a residual income that keeps giving and giving and giving. Most of all, you have to be willing to take that step towards financial freedom. If a program seems to be too good to be true, then it probably is!

In Conclusion……

What are you waiting for? NOW is the time to start that Home-Based Business before all of the wonderful opportunities pass you by. The internet will never go away, and best of all customers will never go away. Do your research! Always, always, always check out a particular business to ensure you’re not getting in over your head or are getting suckered into a bad deal. As the internet reaches more and more people and places across the globe, you need to be able to tap into that market that can provide a service or product to someone who’s never had the opportunity before. It takes work and effort on your part, and by the time you have that right business set up, good things will happen for you. NOW, go out there right now and start up that business from home! I wish you all of the best in finding the “right” Home-Based Business for you. I wish only the best in your future endeavors!

"Make Money Now Online" – This Is The Right Time!

If you are interested to “Make money online now”, it is definitely the most appropriate time because the popularity of the internet is progressively growing in less developed countries like china, India or Africa and such.

Based on statistical findings and reports, It is reported that the number of millionaires and billionaires are growing exponentially every single year and the “rich just get richer” indeed.

Moreover, some aspiring entrepreneurs have literally made their very first impressive “Millions” at a very young age like 23 and most of them are not even university graduates!

And how did they do it?

One of the proven ways is to target the global market with the power of the internet.

With an internet business, your market is the world of 1,000 millions internet users and this number is still growing exponentially every single year excluding those less developed countries like some parts of china, India, Africa and such…

Just think!

If you have an “idea”, you can easily turn it into a great product or service like an e-book, video courses or audio courses. In fact, you don’t even have to do it yourself but to outsource. And by capturing just one percent of this market, you would have the potential of 10 million customers buying from you!

Now do the math – imagine if each customer were to spend just $1 with you, that is a good $10,000,000 (10 millions) in earnings already!

This is the amazing results one could attain by doing business on the World Wide Web – The Internet! (Especially at this point of time)

With a traditional brick and mortar business, you earn money in your own currency and have to wait between thirty to sixty days for payment to be seen in your bank account most of the time.

However, with an internet business, you earn your money in US dollars and payment to your designated bank account can be made instantaneous without having to wait for a month or so!

In a traditional brick and mortar business, you need lots of money to be a big

player. You might need to have huge offices or factory, hundreds of staff and

spend millions on advertising to make an positive presence and capture desire market share.

On the internet, you could be a “Nobody” with little money and still create a brand name for yourself with a bit of creativity and a good idea.

How To Make Easy Money on the Internet — But This Time It’s Actually TRUE!


On the World Wide Web, domain names are the equivalent of real estate. Owning a domain name lets you stake you claim to your piece of the Internet. For several years, many people from all over the world have been making a good living from the comfort of their own home through the power of domain names. Many domain names have sold for thousands of dollars, and some have sold for hundreds of thousands or even millions. For example, one of the names I registered recently was appraised at a value of $6,000!

Contrary to popular belief, the “dot com crash” has not spoiled the domain name market. There is still a very strong demand for quality domain names. The biggest sales have all come in recent years, as the market continues to grow. Selling names remains one of the easiest and least expensive internet businesses available. It requires a minimum of time and little or no initial investment. It is an ethical, no-nonsense business which avoids the most common pitfalls of other work-at-home ideas.

There are a lot of technical details about how domain names work, but it is not necessary to know these details in order to profit from the names. There are many kinds of domain names, but for the purpose of making money, only “Top Level Domains” (TLDs) are important. The best TLD extensions for making money are listed here:

  • .com
  • .net
  • .org
  • .biz
  • .info

Making money with domain names can be one of the easiest businesses around. There are really only four steps involved:

  1. Search for names.
  2. Register the names.
  3. Sell the names.
  4. Collect easy money!

Let’s go through each step in more detail…

Step 1: Search for names.

The first step in making money with domain names is to search for available names. Your goal is to find high-quality names that have not yet been registered. This is not as difficult as some people may lead you to believe. I do it all the time, and so can you. There are still plenty of valuable, high-quality names available for the taking.

To search for names, you need to use a domain name registrar. At my site, Domain Doctors, we offer a availability check and registration service. On any other registrar’s website, you should see a similar search box that allows you to type in a name and find out if it is still available. Doing this is as simple as typing in the name you want to search for and clicking a button. You will see the results of your search in a few seconds. Checking for availability is completely free.

When you are looking for names to register and re-sell, there are a few simple guidelines to keep in mind:

  1. Shorter is almost always better. The fewer letters a name contains, the more valuable it is likely to be.
  2. Similarly, the less words the better.
  3. You want to pick names that target markets which are both large and specific.
  4. Stay away from hyphens, dashes, numbers that replace words, intentional misspellings, and all other gimmicks.
  5. Don’t try to be too clever, and don’t try to “invent companies by registering names.”
  6. Finally, watch out for trademarks. Don’t register names that infringe on the trademarks of established companies.

If you are having trouble thinking of names to re-sell, Domain Doctors offers an inexpensive suggestion service. We guarantee that every name we suggest will appraise for at least ten times what you pay us, or you get your money back. I do not know of any similar services available elsewhere, although you can always use Google to research other options to help you find good names.

Step 2: Register your names.

After you have some names you think will be valuable, the next step is to register them. Most names will cost you $15-35 each to register. You may find a few places that offer registration for less, but you should keep in mind that as with anything in life, you get what you pay for. Domain Doctors registers names for $19.95. Other reputable services should be in a similar price range.

Step 3: Sell the names.

Once you’ve registered your names, you can list them for sale immediately. There are two ways to do this — through listing sites and through brokers.

If you want a faster sale, go through a broker. Because they make money from the sale, brokers will list your name, promote it, and attempt to get you the best possible price. In exchange for those services, they will deduct a percentage of the sale price when the transaction is complete. 10% is a typical broker’s fee.

If you are willing to potentially wait a bit longer for a sale in order to avoid paying a broker’s commission, you can list you names for sale at a listing site. To find brokers and listing sites, you can type “selling domain names” into Google, or you can find them at the Domain Doctors site.

Step 4: Collect easy money!

After a name sells through a broker, you get paid the sale price minus the broker’s fee. If it is a private sale through a non-broker listing, you get whatever price you and the buyer agree on. Unless you invested in a huge number of names, a single sale could easily repay all of your initial costs and leave you some money besides. If you like, you can use part of this money to register more names, and keep building your business this way.

Taking Action:

You should now have everything you need to get started. As you make progress and do more research, you will learn many tips and tricks to increase your success, but the most important action step for newbies is to jump in and get some good names listed for sale as soon as you can. Again, be sensible and don’t spend a fortune on registering names before you get some experience, but do get a few names on your plate as soon as you can and use them to learn the ropes.

I think you’ll find that speculating on domain names is a fun and rewarding business. It is not a get-rich quick scheme, but with a good eye for names, you can make a comfortable income without leaving home. Remember, if you like the idea of the business but you aren’t sure you have an eye for names, Domain Doctors can help.

We guarantee that every name we suggest will appraise for at least ten times what you pay us, or you get your money back. We also offer domain name registration and appraisal services. A version of this article with a lot of additional tips and informative content is available at our website, through the link below.

Best of luck, and please do drop me a line if you make a good sale or get a name listed for a good asking price!


How To Make Great Money Part Time Buying And Selling Domain Names – Part One

This truly is the business to get into in 2005. It’s a red hot opportunity that savvy investors can make a killing on when you know how. And this article will walk you step-by-step through the money-making process.

Don’t be put off by the term “investors”. I’m not talking big money down here. As long as you’ve got a spare £5 a week then great money can be made for only half an hour of your time. Like the sound of that? Thought so.

There’s a few ways you can make money buying domain names and selling them on for profit. And I mean PROFIT. You’ll see why people will be scratching at your door to buy off you in just a moment.

Let’s start with the basics.

All domain names are only registered for a limited amount of time.Registrars can choose to use the name for a period of between 1-10 years. After this the rights to these domain names expire and the user has to renew the name again. If they don’t do this it will be placed on hold for a short time and then deleted. This means it is then available for anyone who wants to buy it!

This Is Where You Can Cash In!

20,000 expired domain names are made available each and every day. Some of them are very attractive and well-established names.

Example. Last year the owners of carelessly didn’t renew their registration fee. It was grabbed (the term used to describe purchasing an expired name) by a savvy ‘investor’ for a few pounds and sold for thousands and thousands back to the old owner.

The owner was willing to pay huge sums for to the investor because he had built up qualified traffic over X amount of years and didn’t want to lose all the previous custom.

Now I admit that making a sale for thousands is rare, but is certainly possible.

The likeliness is that you can buy a domain name and register it for £5-£50 and then sell it on for anything from £150 – £1000. Do this with five domain names a week, and your looking at a big sum of money for only a couple of hours work.

It’s not just businesses that have carelessly let their domain name that will buy off you. It’s other businesses too that will buy the name to get the old owners’ traffic. It’s a legitimate way of increasing your customer base.

And if the old owner and a new potential owner get into a bidding war…well..the sky really is the limit.

So there’s two main reasons why people will be willing to pay YOU a couple of hundred pounds for a domain name.

a) They carelessly let the domain name expire. That means that they will pay you to get the name back to ensure that they don’t lose their existing traffic that they may have built up over years and years.

B) They are a business in the same field as the one that has let the name expire and therfore will pay you to secure the exisitng custom of a rival.

Here’s step-by-step how you go about this fantastically profitable part time business.

There are several sources of expired domain name information and reserach tools, some free and some that require a payment of a fee. supplies lists of names due to be deleted. allows you to do some searching free and more extensive searching for a $99 annual fee.You can search for names that are due to be deleted and also allows you to bid on newly deleted names that have already been grabbed by other ‘investors’.

What you are looking for is an expired domain name with traffic in the last month of anything over 1500. Ensure that the site is an actual consumer site. There’s no point buying a domain name if the previous site wasn’t selling any goods.

If you see a site that had tens of thousands of visitors in the last month GET IT. The likeliness is that the previous owners will be itching to get their name back off of you due to its obvious success.

Also if you see a name with a large qualified traffic thats due to expire and has a high traffic volume use an automated grabbing system such as and These will ensure the second they become available you will have registered them. The cost is about $60 but only if they get the names for you. Definately worth it in my eyes.

Remember you could easily sell the name for hundreds, maybe thousands.

In part 2 we’ll take a look at how you go about selling the names once you have acquired them. But in the mean time here’s a few domain names which were up for sale at the time of writing this article. Now obviously not all names sell for this much, but it’s a very real possibility that you could stumble across a gem in your business. $750,000 $350,000 $16,000 $35,000 $7,500 $6,000 $10,000 $17,000 $1,800 $5,000 $22,000

raregifts,com $20,000

The profits in this business are like no other. Now it’s your turn to get your hands on your share in the billion dollar industry of buying and selling domain names.

Until next time…

Jonathan Street

Indian Bloggers Income From Blogging Full Time

Bloggers like Amit Agrawal and Harsh Agrawal are earning more than Rs 40 lakhs per month. Not only them, several bloggers earning Rs 40 lakhs per month in India.

If you have patience and passion to write, start blogging. You need to spend minimum Rs 3000-5000 to book a domain and start web hosting. We will provide you tips to start blogging to earn money from home. Blogging is a secure passive income. Rest is a history.

Select a niche market. There are 100 of topics available to blog. We cannot be master of all. But, we can try to blog on different topics. After blogging for 20-30 articles, we will get an idea. Automatically, we will understand our expertise, passion and fun in writing.

We can start with travel blog, shopping or food. If you are good in technology, try for it. The market is open. Do not fear for the competitor.

With each blog, you will learn and perform better than the previous blogs. There is no thumb rule to be a successful blogger. Those earning Rs 10-20 lakhs per month by blogging are like us.

They also suffer setbacks, disappointment and even left blogging before tasting success. So, read popular blogs in India. Some are writing hindi blogs and earning a lot. We have to learn and earn.

There are various tips to start blogging to earn money from home available in YouTube as well. Watch them and read the success stories of successful bloggers in India. Below we will provide some blog examples.

I am giving a list of top 15 heavy traffic blogs in India. Learning from them will give us an idea how to start blogging to earn money from home.


Udit Goenka

Bloggers Ideas

Digital Deepak



Bloggers Passion

Before you close this page, see the income of best bloggers in India. We are showing the expected income per month from blogging.

Blogger (Earnings per month)

Amit Agrawal ( US$ 60,000)

Harsh Agrawal (US$ 52,434)

Faisal Farooqui (US$ 50,000)

Shradha Sharma (US$ 30,000)

Varun Krishnan ( US$ 22,000)

Srinivas Tamada (US$ 20,000)

Ashish Sinha (US$ 18,000)

Arun Prabhudesai (US$ 15,000)

Do you want to become a blogger and earn Rs 40 lakhs per month. You can be a stock traders and earn more. But, stock market is risky. Blog is not risky.

Don’t asked me how much I earn, I am just starting. And I will disclose my income after 2 years. For this I need patience, dedication and consistency in blogging.

How Outsourcing iPhone Development Saves Money and Time

iPhone development has been growing steadily and is showing no signs of stopping. With over 3 billion downloads in the Apple App Store, it is only a matter of time until we see 10 billion and more. A lot of the time, entrepreneurs think up iPhone app ideas without any knowledge of how to create this application and this is where iPhone development outsourcing comes in.

On average, a simple iPhone application can cost up to $10,000 to have developed by development companies located in the United States. This is because they have a higher overhead and need to charge this amount in order to stay in business. Another solution to having your iPhone app created is to outsource the development. This means to hire a developer overseas to work with you on your app idea.

Outsourcing is much more affordable for developing apps that hiring a domestic developer because they developers have a lower company overhead and therefore are able to charge a fraction of the cost a United States developer would charge. In addition, you can also save time by hiring an outsourced iPhone developer because of the time different. For example, if your developer is located in India, then he will be working while you sleep which would allow you to communicate any changes and have them ready for him when he starts working in the morning.

Outsourced work can be a very rewarding experience if you find the right developer so it is important to take your time and select a developer you feel can create your application up to your expectations. I would recommend interviewing several developers before finally selecting one to work with. Ask to see their portfolio, prior work history, and strengths in their development. It is also extremely important that you communicate what you want developed and have it outlined in great detail, this will make the developers job much easier and take a lot of the guesswork out when developing your application.

Right now is a great time to have your iPhone application idea created and if you are successful at managing an outsourced development team, you could see a great deal of profit in the App Store with your idea.

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