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Successful Home Business Entrepreneuring. ~ It's not just an American dream. It's a very real global reality. Self-employed since 2007 and loving it!   ♦♦♦  To follow my yellow brick road, start here:  My Blog Stop! ( http://cmoneyspinner.blogspot.com
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Tumblr’s Unclear Future Shows That There’s No Money in Internet Culture

Tumblr’s Unclear Future Shows That There’s No Money in Internet Culture | Work From Home | Scoop.it
What does it mean when sites like Tumblr are on the chopping block?
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Blog Monetization Using Infolinks

Blog Monetization Using Infolinks | Work From Home | Scoop.it
Are you using your websites or blogs to generate income? If so, what are your most successful income earning strategies?  Ever try Infolinks?  Learn more.  http://bit.ly/infolinksref
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Are you using your websites or blogs to generate income? If for income, what are your most successful income earning strategies? Sign up for Infolinks. This company has different ways for you to integrate their code on your blog or website. The sign-up is free but you must be approved. Their review process is very quick, so don't be discouraged to apply. Their script has been successfully installed on my Blogspot and Tumblr blogs. Can also be used on Wordpress blogs if you own your domain. Just upload the plugin and install it. So far income is being regularly generated. Payout is $50.  Check their FAQ for more info.  http://bit.ly/infolinksref
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Blackhat Sparrow

Blackhat Sparrow | Work From Home | Scoop.it
Morning Shipmates! Sailing the choppy high seas of internet marketing, can be a hazardous and stormy affair. Most sea captains find themselves shipwrecked within a few weeks, and are left clinging to...
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This site just started following my Tumblr blog and nothing could please me more.  It turns out it has information that can answer a lot of my questions.  The aim of the blog is to "help novice seafarers, navigate through the stormy seas and land on the treasure island of internet riches."  (Borrowed the quote from the blog description.)  I was going to scoop one post but had difficulty choosing which one.  So here's the URL for the entire blog!

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Why You Should Use Tumblr for Marketing [Infographic]

Why You Should Use Tumblr for Marketing [Infographic] | Work From Home | Scoop.it

Why You Should Use #Tumblr for #Marketing [#Infographic] @webpagefx

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Tumblr tips.  Use Tumblr as a marketing tool.  Tumble has many success stories.  ( http://visualcontenting.com/2016/12/13/use-tumblr-marketing-infographic/ )
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17 Smart Ways to Market Your Blog

17 Smart Ways to Market Your Blog | Work From Home | Scoop.it
. . No matter if you are blogging just for fun or if you use it as a content-marketing tool for your books: Your achievement and success will be measured by the amount of readers and blog followers...
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Sharing this excellent post from Savvy Writers & e-Books online. Many of these tips are already on my list of best practices. Some of these tips? The thought never occurred to me. But I'm thinking about them now! All of these tips are extremely valuable. Found this post on Tumblr which led me back to this Wordpress blog. A mention of Scoop.it is included in the advice. So for sure that tip about embracing social media works! :)

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On (Un)organized Consumption

On (Un)organized Consumption | Work From Home | Scoop.it

I complain about not being able to manage my streams of information. I read how internet curators, like Brainpicker, sift through so much to find interesting things -- so we don't have to.

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Pairing Scoop.It with another publishing platform, like Wordpress or Tumblr, makes for a happy marriage. 

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