So it’s been a few months since you started an online home based business and you’re thinking of cutting your losses and running. We’ll that’s the natural instinct when face with a threatening situation. Here the threatening situation is keep losing money or cut your losses. So I’ve put together a few pros and cons of the two scenarios to help you decide whether you should “fight or flight”.

Who is to say if Mr. Cooper or Mr. Young murdered their wives? As their trials moved forward, the public became convinced they did it based on circumstantial evidence and not actual physical evidence that did or did not place them at the scene. Both situations are heartbreaking to say the least; but are we so quick to judge “who dun it” that we don’t stop to think maybe their stories of innocence might be true?

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First, target your message to the medium that is most interested in your type of story. Start with online blogs and press release companies. You can test headlines with press release submissions and place a special link to your site.

Organizing Coupons: It is vitally important to organize your coupons in an easy to use format. Find a system that works well for you and stay on top of it. Update your coupons as you get new ones. Put coupons for the same item together and group similar items in the same section. Use a small coupon holder that goes in your purse for quick stops at the store. When you are doing your weekly grocery shopping, you may want to opt for a bigger system, like a small box or a binder with see-through baseball card holders inside to make locating specific coupons a cinch.

Another option would be to launch a campaign of phone calls, letters, cards and emails. Enlist others like your friends, family and neighbors. Recruit people you meet through social networks. Start an online blog and get the word out about what programming you’d like to see aired on certain channels. If you get a Visit my site going and get enough people to participate, you’ll eventually have a large enough following to apply some much-needed pressure to networks to change their programming. This kind of response would have the same impact as Nielsen ratings.

One tip I use myself and personally enjoy is to keep a daily diary of what you do. Mark it in 15 minute increments and track your progress for a couple of days. Then read over this and see how many opportunities of wasted time you have. This helps you be accountable to yourself for what you’re really doing all day.

For the existing blog, it very much depends on you, your budget and your desires. It might be that advertising can return a good profit, else it might be a waste of time. The only way to find out is to prepare your blog and give it a go with a small budget. Only then can you decide if advertising for your blog will be a benefit.