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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Help Build the Community


I have been trying to build a little bit of a community within the World of Working at Home on the Internet. I think, at least to some degree, I have succeeded.

Comments have increased quite a bit in the past few months. I get E-mail from some readers regarding posts. I have even gotten requests for additional information on a particular subject after various posts.

Community is one of the major components of Blogging. Second ,I think, only to Content. Therefore, I will ask again for contributions from the community. No, I'm not going to ask for money, but I will ask you for IDEAS.

If you would like more information on any aspect of Working at Home on the Internet, Running a Home Business or anything else you consider important, please feel free to ask in the comments section.

As always the E-mail and other contact links are available if that is your preference.

I think building the community ever larger is important to keep the dynamic atmosphere thriving. It will take us all to grow and learn the things in which we are all interested.

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Good Luck in YOUR Endeavors


2 Comments:

At 4:57 AM, Blogger Jesse Skinner said...

I'd be interested in learning about different tools available to people working at home.. like software that helps you keep track of your time and billing, different ways to communicate with people (video chat, skype, etc.), that kind of stuff. Not just software but different techniques, even if it's as simple as pen & paper.

 
At 8:59 AM, Blogger Joseph said...

Hey Jesse,

Thanks for stopping by.
That's one of the reasons I started the Joe's Freeware Finds blog. I haven't really publicized it much, but there are some helpful plug-ins and downloads there.
I try to update it often.
I will use some of them in different posts here and maybe do a review of some of them.
Joe

 

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