Everybody has a dream to have a business that can give him a huge amount of money without doing any effort or spending any money. This is an illusion. There is nothing like that. Work from home and online business is not an exception. They need a lot of experience and knowledge in online marketing to make a real profitable online business. In fact, the illusion that many have about online business as a passive source of income and does not need any effort makes them become victims to scams of fraud companies. They lose their money and efforts in fraud online businesses without getting anything. After this loss, they recognize that it was a scam.People who look for online business and ‘work from home’ jobs are either low income who wish to increase their income; or unemployed who think that online business or work from home will be a good source of income. I know some people who really became rich from engaging in online business. Remember Facebook, twitters, digg or PayPal are only successful websites. However, I know more people who lost their money trying to establish their online business.I cannot assume that in this short article I can tell you everything on scams in online business and work from home because every few days we have many of these websites and each one has its way to scam people. But I can share with you famous examples of such scams:- Craft assembly: Those scam companies promise to pay you to assemble some toys and other things. They ask you to buy their kits and then whatever you do will never reach their standards or specifications. Clear scam!- Ideas and inventors support: Those claim that they help you to invest your good ideas and help you reach famous companies and get huge profit from that. You only need to pay the processing fees which you will never see it again. Another scam!- Envelop stuffing: You only need to pay some fees so they start to send you companies envelops for you to stuff them. Bye fees.- Data entry: Pay fees so that they will start to send you some forms to enter data there. Bye fees it is a scam.- Typing from home: Pay fees to receive their printing kits. When you receive their kit, they will ask you to print ads and send copies of these kits to people you know. Congratulations! Now you have become a scammer and lost your fees.- Medical billing:pay fees to buy their billing software. They promise you they will send you some billing business from clinics and hospitals. Bye fees you are in a scam.- Multilevel Marketing (MLM): pay fees to participate in a selling pyramid. You buy a product from previous participants to sell it to people who come after you. This will not lead to lose your fees only but you may end up in a fraud case.- Emails business: pay fees to establish email business by processing and sending some e mails for some companies. Bye fees also.- Call phone number for more information: this is a paid number and they will get benefit from these call.- Free offers to get your personal information: very attractive free offers, only you need to enter your personal information and they will sell these information. Be careful it is a scam.- Online casino: they give you free trials to play with their money and some explain to you some ‘scientific’ way to get a profit depending on probability theory. All of this is just to put your money which you will never see it again.- Investment fraud: they promise with a guarantee profit if you invest with them or buy their magic sofwares (like forex robot). Real companies warn you in advance about the risk associated with any investment.It is clear from examples above that the online business and work from home are not easy way to get money as many people think. You need to do a lot of online search, check reviews and ask expert people before you decide to start any online business if you like to be away from scams and fraud websites.I lost a lot of money and efforts with such fraud sites without achieving any profit.Finally I found some of good websites that help me a lot to start my online business. You can find some of them in the link below and try them to start your own online business:http://Safety-pedia.org/onlinebusinessandworkfromhome.php
People who love to cook, and I’m one of them, are always on the lookout for recipes. We clip them from magazines, troll the Internet, and keeping buying cookbooks. Tantalizing recipes always seem to be calling us. Relatives and friends have asked me for recipes and I share them willingly.Chinese almond cookies are one of my best recipes. A friend gave me the recipe years ago and I modified it to suit my tastes. From the first bite, to the last crumb, these cookies are a winner. My grandson thinks they are so good I could sell them at street fairs. Your favorite recipes could become a welcome gift. Answer these questions before you get started.Are you going to share general recipes or limit choices to one category? Choose recipes that represent you, such as homemade yeast and quick breads. Think of the gift recipient as well. A friend who doesn’t bake won’t appreciate cookie recipes, for example. On the other hand, this same friend may appreciate five-ingredient recipes.How many will you share? One Christmas I made cookbooks for relatives. The collection came from Nana’s recipe boxes. I printed out the recipes on holiday stationery, put them in plastic sleeves, assembled them in three-ring binders, and put Nana’s photo on the cover. Since this was a labor intensive process, I limited the number to 25. You may also want to include a photo with each recipe.What printing method will you use? You may put recipes on 3″ x 5″ cards, or enter them in your computer, and print them out on 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper. The file card method requires handwriting, whereas the computer method allows you to create multiple gifts. Whether you handwrite recipes or print them out, they should be easy to read. Do not print recipes in a cursive font.Will your gift or gifts include samples? If you share cookie recipes, your gift may include a dozen cookies. Bread recipes may include a loaf of French bread. Jam and jelly recipes may include a sample in a decorative jar. At this time of year, cooking supply manufacturers produce holiday jars, decorative lids and tins.Do you need to credit a cookbook author or relative? This is a precautionary measure, and you may not have to do it. Still, it’s nice to credit a family member or friend. You may credit the person in the title, such as Aunt Edith’s All Beef Meatloaf. It’s my understanding that making three changes to a recipe, title, measurement, ingredients, make the recipe yours.Are you going to add something extra? You may put a collection of slow cooker recipes in a new cooker. Candy recipes may be packaged in a candy dish or jar. Casserole recipes may include a lasagna pan. When I made cookbooks for family members, I included a rubber spatula with each one. Once you start thinking about extras, you will come up with dozens of ideas.Family members and friends will appreciate your gift because it is so thoughtful. They will appreciate it even more if you share recipes they have wanted for years. Good recipes and good food bring people together year-round.