What are the most profitable home-based businesses?

Question by Boris (Accept No Substitutes): What are the most profitable home-based businesses?
I am my elderly mother’s primary care giver and can not work outside the home. What home-based businesses would bring in the best income under the circumstance? Thanks!

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Answer by Kenneth J

The best home-based businesses for income would definitely be ones that are in the affiliate marketing category. These business would give you the ability to use turn-key websites that are already set up for you and also give you everything you need to market and advertise your sites. You would have the ability to earn income from the sales you make and also from your downlines(referrals). Over time as your downlines become larger and larger, your income will change dramatically. A lot of these sites are free to start which is great if you’re budget is a little tight.

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what is the most profitable item to sell on e-bay?

Question by diamond heart: what is the most profitable item to sell on e-bay?
i’m looking to incorporate some internet sales cash flow into my income streams. any suggestions?

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Answer by abcd
Collectibles and rare products. One of its kind and popular are the most profitable.

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Question by Laura E: What is the most profitable affiliate program on the Internet to make money right away?
I want to make good money. No mlms or network marketing. I am looking for an affiliate type program that I can set up right away, and get started quickly, without major sign up fees or requirements. Something that is popular, and easy to market.

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Answer by Jimmy
Wow, great question!

I use http://ezyrewards.com .
It is not what you are looking for but they have some cool things there and its not impossible.

I “bought” all of my internet domain names there. Just by filling out a few surverys and crap.

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From cracking the human genome to advancing medical research through computer games, British social entrepreneurs have a proud history of using technology to make the world a better place.

Last year, we launched the Global Impact Awards to support nonprofits using technology to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems. We gave $ 23 million to seven organizations working on projects ranging from aerial technology that protects wildlife to data algorithms that ensure more girls and minorities get placed in advanced math and science classes.

Today, as the next step in the Impact Awards, we’re kicking off our first Global Impact Challenge in the U.K., inviting British nonprofits to tell us how they would use technology to transform lives. Four nonprofits will each receive a £500,000 Global Impact Award, as well as Chromebooks and technical assistance from Googlers to help make their project a reality.

Applications open today, and registered British nonprofits are invited to apply online at g.co/impactchallenge. We’ll review applications and announce 10 finalists on May 22. At that point, people across the U.K. can learn more about the projects of the top 10 finalists, donate to the ones they like and cast a vote for fan favorite. On June 3, the top 10 finalists will pitch their concepts to a judging panel that includes us (Matt Brittin and Jacquelline Fuller), Sir Richard Branson, Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Jilly Forster. The three awardees and the fan favorite will be revealed at the event, which will take place at Google London.

Technology can help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges and we’re eager to back innovators who are finding new ways to make an impact. Today we’re starting the hunt in the U.K., but we also know that nonprofits all over the world are using techy approaches to develop new solutions in their sector. Who knows, the Global Impact Challenge might head your way next.

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We hope you’ve had a chance to try the new Google Maps app for iPhone (announced last week and available for download in the Apple App Store). The app is designed to be simple—just to work whenever you need it. Still, we have a few tips to make finding things with Google Maps even faster and easier. All the tips are collected on our site but here a few of my favorites:

  • Swipe to see more. In Google Maps a wealth of information is often just a swipe away. Whether you’re looking at search results or directions, you can swipe the bottom info sheet left and right to see other options. To get more details on any of the results, swipe that info sheet upward (or just tap it—that works too). Even with the info sheet expanded, you can swipe to see those other results.
  • Place a pin. Get more information about any location by just pressing and holding the map. The info sheet that pops up tells you the address, lets you save or share the place, and best of all, brings up…
  • Street View. By far the easiest way to get to Street View is placing a pin. Tap the imagery preview on the info sheet to enter into Street View, then explore! I recommend the look-around feature (bottom left button) which changes what you’re looking at as you tilt and move your phone.

Want to learn more? See the rest of our tips on the site. And as you explore the app on your own, share your own tips using #googlemaps. Most of all, enjoy discovering your world.

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When you have a question, finding the answer should be effortless—wherever you are and whatever device you’re using. The new Google Search app for iPhone and iPad helps you to do just that with enhanced voice search that answers any question with the comprehensive Google search results you know and love.

Fast and accurate voice recognition technology enables Google to understand exactly what you’re saying. Getting an answer is as simple as tapping on the microphone icon and asking a question like, “Is United Airlines flight 318 on time?” Your words appear as you speak, you get your answer immediately and—if it’s short and quick, like the status and departure time of your flight—Google tells you the answer aloud.

You can get answers to an increasingly wide variety of questions thanks to Knowledge Graph, which gives our search technology an understanding of people, places and things in the real world. Here are a few of the questions that Google can answer:

  • “What does Yankee Stadium look like?” Google will show you hundreds of pictures instantly.
  • “Play me a trailer of the upcoming James Bond movie.” The trailer starts playing immediately right within Google Search. 
  • “When does daylight savings time end?” The answer will appear above the search results, so you can set your clock without having to click on a link. 
  •  “Who’s in the cast of The Office?” See a complete cast list and find out who made you crack up last night. 

Download the Google Search App on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and find out how much wood a woodchuck would chuck (if a woodchuck could chuck wood).

The Official Google Blog

What happens when you bring together the head of the Metropolitan Opera, YouTube creators, Comedy Central and Justin Bieber’s manager to discuss the Internet’s impact on arts and culture?

In partnership with the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, our Big Tent in New York City, held this week, fostered a constructive and sometimes challenging conversation that saw more opportunities than challenges for artists through the Internet and technology.

While the speakers recognized the disruptive force of the Internet, they also saw the possibilities that technology creates for artists of all stripes to connect with audiences and tell stories in creative ways. As Scooter Braun, manager to artists including Justin Bieber, said, “I don’t think the music industry has changed as much as people think it has. It starts with music. All we have to do today is study interaction, which is the same thing we’ve always had to do.”

Many speakers saw the Internet as essential to their own creative endeavors. YouTube creators like Michelle Phan, Issa Rae and Julia Nunes all used online platforms to launch their careers.

Newsweek Daily Beast’s art and design critic Blake Gopnik, while seeing benefits to new cultural platforms like Google Art Project, reminded the audience of the importance of appreciating the space that contextualizes a work of art. His message of the communality and shared experience of viewing art live was one that resonated with speakers from the performing arts who stressed that the live experience could not be replicated or replaced by technology.

Google chairman Eric Schmidt made a surprise appearance and emphasized the power of mobile and new platforms to change the way we live. He highlighted how the Internet has led to an increase in content and lower costs of distribution. One of the accompanying challenges, he noted, is how, in this shift to abundant content and cheaper distribution, business models adapt to build audiences and deliver value.

The afternoon ended with drinks under a literal big tent, hosted by Cirque du Soleil, which launched Movi.Kanti.Revo—a new sensory Chrome experiment—to close out the day.

Each Big Tent gives us the opportunity to engage with our audience on the impact of the Internet and society. Our next event is on innovation and entrepreneurship in Seoul, South Korea. Keep up with us at www.google.com/+googlebigtent.

The Official Google Blog

Which Affiliate Programs Will Earn Me the Most?

Any affiliate program can earn you a lot of money. It’s about finding programs that fit YOUR niche. blog.2createawebsite.com
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Question by shawn_schreier2001: What affiliate programs make the most money?
I am looking to join some affiliate programs, and I am part of barnes and noble, but looking for some more to make extra money. What programs have you joined that make money, and do you have any tips on making even more money with affiliate programs?

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Skype has released an updated version of its Android app, meaning that video calling capability is now available on most Android handsets.

We reported on Skype’s new video calling functionality on Android a month ago, but this was limited to just four handsets: Google Nexus S; HTC Desire S; Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro. With Skype 2.1, that all changes.

An additional 17 of the most popular Android devices will now support video-calling on Skype, including:

  • Acer A5
  • HTC Desire (2.2)
  • HTC Desire HD
  • HTC Evo 3D
  • HTC Evo 4G
  • HTC Flyer
  • HTC Incredible S
  • HTC Sensation
  • HTC Thunderbolt – Verizon (2.2) (US only)
  • LG Revolution – Verizon (2.2) (US only)
  • Samsung Droid Charge – Verizon (2.2) (US only)
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro 2
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia ray

Apparently, if your Android device isn’t listed above, there’s no need to panic just yet. If you’re using Android 2.2 (Froyo) or above, it’s likely you can enable video calling through tweaking your Skype settings. Just go to Skype Settings after launching the app and select ‘enable video calling’.

If you can’t see the video calling settings, it probably means your handset doesn’t meet the minimum requirements to make Skype video calls.

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