Colleges have tremendous circulation of their bulletins and newspapers.
The Occupational Adventure: “If they’re not ready to make a grand leap and change careers, I encourage people to take a dual track approach to pursuing their passion.
PRWeb: “As a mom, wife and Business grad, Debbie Rich searched high and low for a real work at home opportunity.
An average mailing by a small, one person mail order company is generally about a thousand pieces, and many such operators rarely mail more than a hundred pieces per week.
Boston.com: “‘The actual act of going to the Super Bowl is a net dollar loser,” said Jonathan Kraft, ‘but there’s a psychic value that you can’t put a dollar figure on that comes with winning championships.
InternetPolicy.net: “2003 was the first year in which “Internet fraud” accounted for more than half of all fraud complaints filed in the United States, according to a report released this week by the US Federal Trade Commission.” Junk business opportunities were among the most popular scams reported.
Many ads omit the fact that you may have to work many hours without pay.
This list was current at time of publication.
Business Journal: “Dream Dinners started in early 2002 as a monthly gathering of co-founder Stephanie Firchau’s friends, who wanted to socialize for a few hours while they put together a month’s worth of meals to take home, freeze and cook later.
John Robb: “A futures exchange that lets you make bets on the candidates for President.