Sunday, 20 November 2011


In 2010, the same amount of information was produced in 1 year as was produced in the previous 5000 years altogether! The Internet and in particular social media are the reasons. The social market is on the Internet. Not tomorrow, or in a few years, but today!

Spinglo has realized this, and that its customers and members are the future!
With more than 1 million Spinglo friends in the first 6 months have already broken most records for network growth on the Internet!

Spinglo delivers what you want when you want it. The Spinglo system will make sure that every user has the ability to customize their web experience in a uniqe way never seen before

Welcome to social media - Welcome to the Spinglo revolution!

Monday, 7 November 2011

How to make money through gold

The price of gold is embarking on a pretty remarkable upward trajectory at the moment. This month it hit another new high, at $1,387 an ounce, having frequently hit new record highs across the year already.
So why is the price jumping? And how do you go about making money from gold?

Hedging your bets

There are a number of different theories on just why the price of gold is rising so consistently. Some experts reckon that rising prices are here to stay, driven by the emerging middle classes in nations like China, India and Brazil.
However, in the short term, much of the price rise is down to investors looking to hedge their bets against the risks of both inflation and deflation, or looking for a form of back-up currency against the increasing difficulties in the foreign exchange markets.
And that demand from investors is only likely to increase if various central banks continue with stimulus programmes which weaken the value of paper currency and increase inflation.
So how do you go about getting involved with gold?

Buying bullion

One way of investing in gold is to buy the actual gold bullion in the form of coins or gold bars.
There is a wide range of coins to choose from, printed by governments across the world. However, UK investors tend to stick to two main types, sovereign and kruggerrand. So what’s the difference?

Friday, 4 November 2011

spinglo is a new popular website in town. But is it really worth your undivided attention or should you look esle where? I myself have tried out the site and I have came to certain conclusions. After you reading through this critique you can decide whether or not Spinglo is worth valuable time and attension.
Time is definitely not a renewable resource. Spending it, either wisely or foolishly, means you never get it back. Before you spend that time on Spinglo, or any other website, realize that you’re spending your most precious resource forever. is being jargon as “Your Social Network Booster” The name derives from the title and used to coalesce for the user a social networking experience with receiving prizes. There are about three main parts to this exemplary service and they are; Singlo Bonus, Spinglo Life and Singlo VIP. We we’ll dig into each one indepth indivdually.
The prime steak of the Spinglo Platform?
Many individuals are subscribing to as they are lured by Spinglo Bonus. Once you become a member and influence others to follow suit, you are eligible to earn points when your leads and their leads take up certain offers in the site.Once you have collected sufficient points, you may convert them in Spinglo Life and Spinglo VIP which have not been announced as of now.

Spinglo Life is waiting for a critical mass of Spinglo Bonus members to sign on before it opens its cyber-doors to what appears to be some sort of online shopping mall. How many people need to sign on to the Bonus, or how much real value will be available, isnt known at the moment.
Spinglo VIP is even more of an enigma. The website is heralding that the Spinglo VIP experience will give its members the first shot at participating in upcoming, and as of yet, unknown, beta testing when such are offered to the inhabitants Cyberspace. I can’t tell you if Spinglo has worked out deals with the major players in the Internet marketing business to make this a “must have” option, or not.
To know if you should hop on the bandwagon, you need to evaluate why you are online. Most people do want a good value when they join services of this nature, but you need to decide if your time online is to be spent looking for something just to pass the time and amuse you, or if you’re looking for a significant return for the time you invest.
If it’s amusement your looking for, then log on to and then invite your friends to join and enjoy. But I can’t really say that Spinglo is for those people look for serious gains from their time on the Internet.
From what I have observed, what is seriously missing in the present day businessman is target-based online marketing education. There is dearth of big enterprises and chances, however, not many do well as they are unfortunately lacking the requisite coaching and dexterity to flourish. If you are thinking of reaping rich dividends through online business, then get trained under 7 Figure Networker which is one of the master marketing organizations.
And it the end, marketing is what seperates the successful business from the rest of the herd on the internet. Learn the unique marketing skills the Internet demands, and even sites like can be a serious source of revenue for you.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

How To Create Multiple Income Streams

What do you do if you have one main client and for some reason the work from that client dries up? Perhaps the client goes out of business or goes in a different direction or just has a lull in business?
Your main source of income is then gone. Which is why it’s crucial for anyone who relies on their freelance revenues to have multiple streams of income.
That’s easier said than done, of course, as many freelancers have two or three main clients and are happy to focus on those alone. But as many experienced freelancers will tell you, that’s a mistake.
Today we’ll look at a few different ways to set up multiple streams of income to make your freelancing business more stable and ensure that you’re living the freelancing good life for years to come. Please note that the following are just different options you can choose — I’m not recommending you do all of them.
1. Have multiple clients. If you rely on one main client, slowly start branching out to new clients. That doesn’t mean to add a bunch of new clients willy-nilly, but to gradually add good clients, one at a time. You need to ensure that these clients fit with you, that you work well with them, that they don’t give you too many headaches. If the client fits those criteria, keep them. If not, dump them (professionally and nicely) and move on. But aim to have a wider variety of clients as well, as you don’t want a single unfortunate event (say the collapse of an industry) to wipe you out too.
2. Have a full-time job. You may already have a full-time job, and if so, my recommendation is not to quit outright. You might downsize your job, if you don’t really need the income anymore, but it’s often smart to keep the full-time job in some capacity just to ensure that you have that regular paycheck coming in. You could cut back on your pay and responsibilities, though, and work from home if possible.
3. Have a part-time job. If you don’t have a full-time job, and don’t think getting one will work for you, consider a part-time job. If you have valuable skills, often a part-time job can pay good money and offer you the flexibility you want so you can continue to freelance.
4. Get a contract. This may seem the same as freelancing, but I’m talking about a different kind of contract from freelancing. Freelancing tends to be on a per-assignment basis, while other contract options could be on a monthly rate for performing certain services, for example. I’m working on a contract with a non-profit organization to do some work for them on a monthly contract. The good thing is that you can do contracts and freelancing at the same time.
5. Start a blog. I’ve done this, as have many others of course, as a way to market my writing and to share my knowledge with others. And I make some decent cash from it, from ads, that adds another revenue stream. It can take awhile for a blog to make any money, as with any business, but I think it’s worth the effort.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Halloween and Business

n the two weeks leading up to today, Marc Beige has barely left his Queens, N.Y., office. He has kept his calendar empty -- save for issues needing immediate attention. And he hasn't taken just anyone's phone call.
While the 62-year-old president and CEO of Rubie's Costume Co., is hardly reclusive, during the final days before Halloween, Beige had spent hours poring over how well this year's costumes are selling. Will Lady Gaga still be white hot? Will Charlie Sheen be just another celeb flash in the pan? Will KISS still bring in the crowds?
These are the questions that keep Beige up at night, not the things that go bump.
Beige may be spooked, but he's not nervous. Rubie's Costume Co. has grown from a mom-and-pop shop into a thriving, $100 million mass-market juggernaut with the rise of the Halloween industry. And after nearly four decades of running the New York-based costume manufacturer with his brother, sister and, more recently, their children, knowing what costumes and accessories will be in demand year by year has become second nature. Of course, nearly cornering the market in Hollywood- and comic book-character licenses also helps.
With more than 150 active licenses, Rubie's offers a wide cast of characters -- from Superman and Batman to Princess Leia and Smurfette -- to help keep the costume-maker's books in the black. But, of course, you never know how edgier or new costumes will perform. "It's more of an art than a science," says Beige.

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Helping small business grow

As far as arts entrepreneurship goes, the Slowdown clubin Omaha, Neb., started modestly. It was barely art, and barely entrepreneurship.
Jason Kulbel and Robb Nansel just wanted a place to hang out, drink a beer and listen to some good music in Omaha. Their neighbors learned of their plan and crowded a public hearing, furious at the idea of young people milling around, drinking and laughing late into the night. It's easy to imagine the rest: Conservative city prevents those damn kids from making a ruckus.
But that's not how it went down. What followed is so unlikely and so perfect that it could be the platonic ideal of how arts entrepreneurs can thrive by working with politicians and other businesspeople.
Some city officials learned of this fight and realized that in the 21st century what Omaha needs more than anything else is a lot of young people hanging out, having fun. As in many smaller cities and towns, the smart, young and ambitious left Omaha as soon as they could; they went to Minneapolis, Chicago, San Francisco--places that had the essential combination of fun things to do, fun people to do them with and fun and interesting jobs.

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

how to invest in stocks

Whether you are an active investor or just looking for a place to park your retirement money, your best bet is with the stock market.  You can reasonably expect a 8-12% annual return over time.  That could end up being a lot of money if you compound those returns over a long time horizon.  You really can’t expect those types of returns from other types of investments.
It’s not difficult to learn how to invest in the stock market.  Even beginners can get started almost right away with the right investment strategy.  If you want to get started right away as you learn the basics, consider investing in a broad market index fund like the SPDR ETF, which is a vehicle that tracks the S&P 500 composite index.  You can also look at the Vanguard Total Stock Market Fund which tracks 3,000 stocks in an effort to match the broader US stock market.  Both of these index funds have historically produced the returns of 8-12% a year that I was talking about.

Finding a Financial Advisor

Before you do anything, you should find a financial advisor.  A good one will do far more than just give you investment advice about individual stocks.  They will help you create a comprehensive investing strategy that is based on your risk profile, time horizon and financial objectives.
You could go with a standard stock broker, but there are a lot of downsides to doing that if you are a beginner investor.  I would look for a fee based investment advisor that you can trust and feel comfortable with.  Some of the larger fee based advisory firms are Edward Jones and Ameriprise Financial Advisors.