“It was a moment of pregnant desperation,” said the life-long Queens resident.
The city of Philadelphia’s Business Tax Privilege requires residents to pay a privilege license for a one-time fee of $300, or $50 annually, in addition to a percentage of gross receipts and/or taxable net income, depending on the nature of the business.
We believe it’s the best solution out there,” Steve Gibson, Righthaven CEO says.
There are 130 million blogs on the Internet (according to Technorati), and 350 million people reading blogs daily (according to Comscore).
Traditionally, companies like Google Adsense pay publishers more than thirty days after the’ve run their advertisements on the publisher’s site.
About 11 years ago, house-builder, philosopher and entrepreneur, Jay Shafer built his first tiny house, moved in, and has been living a super-simplified lifestyle, happily-ever-after.
If you think high school is tough, with its cliques and mean girls, you probably haven’t visited the ever-widening world of mommy blogs, where women bully and bad-mouth each other in posts that are more personal and more spiteful than you’re likely to find on sports or entertainment blogs.
I happen to be a food blogger who doesn’t cook, and people get a kick out of that,” says the Brooklynite.
And blogs aren’t just offering advice on which bottles or diapers to use…moms are making money.