January 29, 2011

Do's and Don'ts for Retirement

This article has been making the rounds on the Internet for some time. I believe it's written by a Singapore retiree. Excellent advice that should be shared.

4 Pre-Conditions for Retirement
I retired in year 2000 at age 52. I am now 61, thus I can claim that I got more experience at retirement than most!

I thought I should share my experience because I have seen too many friends and neighbours who became so bored that they have become a nuisance to their spouse and children and to others!


June 11, 2010

4 Ways to a Prosperous Blog

Blog writing can be an ideal way for you to turn your flair for writing into a source of income. However, simply having good writing skills won't make you a successful blogger. Some essential things you need to follow are:


May 24, 2010

Common Mistakes in Starting an Online Business

One of the biggest mistakes that people make when starting an online business is that they want to study everything. They want to know everything before they start their online business. Back in the 90s there were no experts. So I just did the best I could do with what I had. I used the browsers html composer.

As I was learning html code, I would view the source of something that I wanted to learn. Then I'd paste into notepad and examine it. I would make minor changes and that is how I learned to bold text. I think the best thing that someone can do is just make changes as you go. When you read an ebook, make the application right there on the spot as you go. Use that as your guide.


May 6, 2010

How To Create Blog Readership?

Blogging is what you hear from many of us. But what it is and how it differs from normal website? The most common way that normal website differs from blog is a way the people ability to interact with blogs content. With static website, your readers read words on the page and go away but with blog, the ability of the readers to comment back their opinion will give some sort of interactive spirit between the blogger and its readers.

Making the readers express their opinion back in the form of comment is not that easy because there are millions of blogs over internet trying to grab the attention of the readers. In such situation, it has become more difficult to create loyal blog readership. If you are trying hard to create such, following these will help building readership to your blog.


February 3, 2010

Who's Behind Your Blog?

Blogging is a very personal experience. When people land in your blog, they want to know who's behind your blog. This should be easy for them to find out, but it's not the case all the time. Here are some tips to make sure your readers realize who writes at your blog.


How to Use Blogs to Be Inspired for Blog Writing

Do not get me wrong as I don't mean to copy other blogs' content. Reading content on other blogs can be very inspiring as they help you find out what to write at your next post. Here is how you can use other blogs as sources of inspiration for your content creation.


December 16, 2009

How to Get Daily Massive Traffic To Your Blog

It is the fact that almost all the internet users go online are looking for information, not necessarily go and buy things. If they want to buy something, before they make up their mind, they will use search engines to search the info first. To get traffic to your site, and make your blog be seen by them, following these tips can help you achieve it.


December 5, 2009

What's The Difference Between An Optometrist and Ophthalmologist?

The difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist is a common source of confusion and despite what you may have heard, you do not need to see both! Optometrists are doctors who are trained to perform annual eye exams, detect eye diseases and prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses.

In contrast, ophthalmologists are doctors who have been fully trained in medical school. They can also prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses, but unlike their counterparts, they can diagnose, treat and perform eye surgery to correct and cure certain diseases of the eye. Ophthalmologists also have a general knowledge of other illnesses of the body as a result of their full medical training.