Make Money From Casino

Check out this new Poker Paypal sites that accepts Paypal as your deposit and withdrawal method. It is one of the good purchase you can made from paypal. And for those who loves poker and who do not have any credit card, here is a chance for you to play casino poker so no need to look any further then this site for your Paypal Poker needs.

There are two sites where you can play poker using paypal; Betfair Poker and Ladbrokes Poker. Unfortunately, these paypal accepting sites do not accept USA Residents. Well, never mind, it is still a good news for others around the world.

How can you earn from poker? Poker players who are hobbyists ought to know how much they are comfortable losing and must be equally comfortable knowing that sooner or later they will lose that much. Hobbyists can hit a streak of luck, and, if they play well they can establish their own bankroll. But do not forget, even the best poker player can go broke if he doesn't manage his money properly. Regular players know that the money they win at poker tables is only one thing, capital to be used for further business.

It is not to be used for anything other than continued poker playing. This capital serves as a player's bankroll, and without it, he is nothing. If a good player wins sufficient funds at a certain limit, he either pockets the winnings or steps up to another level.


Scarlett Johansson

Young and Sexy Scarlet!

A Youthful Look of Scarlet Johansson.

Scarlet Johansson and Ryan Reynolds are the latest Tinseltowners to take their relationship to the next level after a year of being blissfully in love.

Now they are divorced! Just married for 2 over years, what a waste!

Fine Art Paintings

Sir Lancelot

A Poor Widow With Hungry Children

Princess Of Narnia

A Future Bride Of A King Of Spain

A Dead White Lady


15 Ways To Make Money On The Side

Marcy Jones has been physically fit all her life. She started out as a gymnast in high school and has stayed active in sports. But when a friend asked for her help to get in shape, the 44-year-old Washington, D.C., executive assistant parlayed her athletic ability into a healthy sideline as a personal trainer. Today she does in-home personal training four to six days a week, seeing two or three clients an evening, with most of her business coming by word of mouth. Jones is just one of many Black women who have applied their talents and skills to create an additional source of income outside their nine-to-five gig. They join the nearly 14 percent of women business owners who turned a personal interest into a business, according to a report by the Center for Women's Business Research. "Black women are more likely to start a business while still working," says Beatryce Nivens, a New Jersey-based career-management counselor. "Some look at their situations and say, 'Gee, I'm not going to be CEO,' so they decide to use their talent and skills for themselves." Others are underpaid at work and must find additional ways to make ends meet. So they develop lucrative sidelines from activities they've always done and taken for granted, like sewing, baking or even creating wedding favors. These 15 ideas may help jump-start your sideline moneymaking:

1 BECOME A PERFORMER If you can sing or have theatrical talent, make the most of it by performing at weddings, parties and other events. Place an ad in your local paper or grocery-store bulletin, and let friends know you're available. Church-choir singers or musicians can make anywhere from $50 to $1,000 and more performing independently for weddings or parties. Sisters with theatrical talent can make between $40 and $150 an hour working children's parties as clowns, magicians or cartoon characters, painting children's faces, telling jokes, and creating balloon animals.

2 OFFER A CUSTOM SERVICE When Essie "Star" Dantzler, 44, bought her commercial embroidery machine in 1992, she intended to use it to design clothing. Today she runs a thriving logo-embroidery business. She has ten regular clients who place large orders for jackets, caps or T-shirts. They may order as many as 240 jackets, but most requests range between 50 and 150 items. She also embroiders baby bibs and blankets for gift baskets and sells them for $5 to $25. The embroidery machine cost $9,000, which Dantzler paid off in three years, thanks to her thriving business.

3 PROVIDE ANIMAL CARE Love animals? Become a pet sitter or dog walker. More and more people have pets and don't want to leave them alone, You can make up to $20 an hour per pet.

4 TEACH A CLASS If you have a specialty, teach it to others. Offer your services to a local community center or college. That's what technology specialist Phyllis Caraway-Franklin of Grand Prairie, Texas, did. She teaches seniors to use computers and charges $20 each to ten students for a one-hour class, which she holds twice a week. "When I get off work, I go there for an hour," Caraway-Franklin, 47, says. "I give back to the community, and I can see this being a lucrative business when I retire." For details on teaching a class, check out learningannex.com.

5 SELL USED BOOKS Are you an avid reader? Recycle your collection on amazon.com. Amazon sells both new and old books. First set up an account at the amazon.com site, list your item, and be ready to ship it to the buyer. Experiment to find what kinds of books do well; some say fiction paperbacks on relationships are popular sellers. Scout local used-book stores for inexpensive finds to mark up online. To price your book, check the site to see what similar ones have sold for; Amazon also offers guidelines. You collect payment from Amazon, which is credited to your account, minus Amazon's service fee. See amazon.com.

6 BECOME A VIRTUAL-OFFICE ASSISTANT Thanks to her computer, the Internet and telephone call forwarding, Victoria Parham, 37, of Emporia, Virginia, creates presentations, takes messages or transfers calls for the owner of a small business--all from the comfort of her home, charging $27.50 an hour. The virtual-office assistant says, "I can do it totally online for people all around the world."

7 SELL ON CONSIGNMENT This is a great way to get rid of lightly used clothing and furnishings you no longer want. Consignment shops will sell your goods for you at a cost of about 40 to 60 percent of the selling price.

8 BECOME A MYSTERY SHOPPER Also called consumer evaluators or secret shoppers, mystery shoppers help gather information on stores, restaurants or other marketing clients. Ayodele Branch, 39, of Teaneck, New Jersey, became a secret shopper after responding to an ad in her local newspaper. "The assignments vary," Branch says, including getting paid to go to the movies, where she evaluated everything from the number of people waiting in the ticket line to how soon the previews start to the theater staff's appearance. Secret shoppers can earn from $10 to $800 a month, depending on the number of assignments they take. But beware of scams that ask you to pay a fee to become a shopper. Check out Mystery Shopping Made Simple by Ilisha Newhouse (McGraw-Hill), justshop.org, bluebook.org or mysteryshop.org.

9 BECOME A NOTARY PUBLIC A notary public is a state-appointed impartial witness to the signing of documents and the administering of oaths. Specific requirements vary from state to state, but in general you must pay a license fee of about $35 to $75. Other requirements may include taking an exam or providing a list of references. A notary can earn from 50 cents to $10 for each notarization. A notary-signing agent who specializes in real-estate documents can earn up to $125 per signing. Go to nationalnotary.org.

10 MARKET YOUR HANDICRAFTS If you have an artistic flair, use your skills to create handmade wedding cards, beaded jewelry, window treatments, throw pillows or costumes for plays or dance recitals.

11 BAKE CAKES Nanette Harris is known as the Cake Lady for the tasty wedding and other specialty cakes she makes when she's not working as an office manager in Cleveland. "I've always loved to bake," says Harris, who made her first wedding cake when she filled in for an aunt who became ill just before her sister's ceremony. "I looked around to see the average price of wedding cakes, $2 to $4 per person. I charged them $1.50 per person for a four-tier Amish butter cake with buttercream frosting, and calls started coming in. They saved money, and I made a little money." Harris still sells only by word of mouth. Her busiest times are Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.

12 RENT OUT A SPARE BEDROOM With housing prices at an all-time high, there is a huge demand for affordable living space. Consider renting a room to a college student or senior citizen who otherwise could not afford to rent on her or his own. Make sure you check references and credit, and take into consideration the possible increase in gas, electricity and water usage, as well as whether the renter will share meals.

13 BRAID HAIR Because mothers have less free time than ever before, consider corn-rowing hair for children. Some braiders charge between $20 and $60 per child, depending on the design's complexity.

14 DO DIRECT SALES If you have a knack for sales, try selling Amway, Avon, Mary Kay, Warm Spirit, The Pampered Chef, Tupperware or Body Shop products. Janice Banyon, of Hyattsville, Maryland, took her Mary Kay business a step further when she began to present the products in decorative gift baskets. "Each year I got more creative," she says, "and people began to ask me to make baskets for other occasions." She sells the personalized baskets for from $35 to more than $100 and puts in ten to 15 hours a week to create up to ten a month, when she's not working as a department-store bridal consultant. Her busiest occasions are Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Christmas.

15 HELP OTHERS ORGANIZE Neatniks can find a sideline as a professional organizer, charging from $40 to $200 an hour to help others clear up their space.

by Ingrid Sturgis


Google Algorithm Is Confusing

Here are some real stories about Google Algorithm.

One guy did some SEO work for an architectural firm in Brisbane, Australia. What he did was added new metatags, created link exchanges with related sites, did resubmission and created one-way links from unrelated sites which have PR3 and PR5 that he managed. Later when he checked, he found there was only 1 or 2 back links to that site, but the site PR went from 0 to 5 and he didn't know how it happened. His client was so delighted with the result. He was really confused about it, because he had no idea how it happened and why it worked so well, and he really want to find out so he can do it again. The site that he was talking about is at www.emailavanet.com.au

Any theories? Is Google playing with our mind?

This story is also familiar with the above. This guy claimed that a few of his client's websites went from PR0 to a PR5 in about 3 months each. He didn't do anything out of the normal, and couldn't seem to replicate it to save his. The sites he had been able to get PR5 for have nothing to do with the Internet. One was for architectural louvers, the other was for Feng Shui. He said "it sucks to see a client's website receive a PR5 after 3 months and receive only a PR4 on my own personal website and blog after 2 and more years". He also said he just got a PR5 for a one page Linux site that he built 7 years ago but he could not even get PR4 for his business site.

Is Google raising the bar for people in the Internet industries? Or is it something to do with competition? The higher the competition, the harder it is to get good PR?

Some said it had something to do with domain age, one was an old domain (5 years plus), the other was only a few months old and some sites get high PR even if it doesn't have many back links.

So maybe it is true that Google is messing with our minds.


What Makes Adsense Work

The most important thing that makes Adsense work is one and only 'The Traffic'. You have to create more traffic to your website to make money from Adsense, at least 10,000 unique visitors a month and from that maybe 3-5% (300-500) will click the ads. The most you can get if you are lucky would be 10%. There are trends in internet market where some of the months you will find that you get the highest clicks and some of the months you get very little. If you have the money, you can purchase the traffic from reliable suppliers, which is not cheap. The cheapest way to increase traffic is through Blogging where you can register your blog with Tagging Sites like Del.icio.us, Technorati, Digg, Spurl, Reddit, Ask, Jots, etc.

To promote your site is not an easy task if you don't want to buy traffic. Your site may get good traffic with highest clicks after 6 months of promotion, provided that you have promoted your sites to all RSS, Feed, Tagging and Ping directories and keep updating it with good and high quality contents.

The second is the placement of the ad. Some say the placement at the top will be more visible, some say it should be placed near your profile in the side bar because visitors always want to know about you and another says it will be more effective to place them inside the contents. As there are three type of ads, the search one will be the less popular. I really think it depends on your blog layout, but the most reliable would be the contextual ad that is placed at the top inside the content not at the title.

So good luck for those who really want to make money from zero investment with Google Adsense. It will work for you because it is already proven works for those who already earned from Adsense.

Maria Sharapova

Maria Yuryevna Sharapova was born on  April 19, 1987. She is a Russian professional tennis player and former world no. 1. A United States resident since 1994,[4] Sharapova has won 26 WTA singles titles, including three Grand Slam singles titles at the 2004 Wimbledon, 2006 US Open and 2008 Australian Open. She has also won the year-end WTA Tour Championships in 2004. The Women's Tennis Association has ranked Sharapova world no. 1 in singles on four separate occasions. She became the world no. 1 for the first time on August 22, 2005, and last regained the ranking for the fourth time on May 19, 2008. As of May 28, 2012, Sharapova is ranked world no. 2. She has been in six Grand Slam finals with the final record 3–3.

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Maria Sharapova beats world number one Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-4 to win on Stuttgart clay.

The tennis champion, wearing her white TAG Heuer Formula 1 ceramic and stainless steel watch and the TAG Heuer sunglasses she designed, drove the TAG Heuer Tesla roadster around the streets of Manhattan Beach, catching the eyes of beach-goers and fellow drivers alike.

Maria Sharapova Sunglasses collection with TAG Heuer Eyewear features some pretty sexy shades from aviator frames to Hollywood-style shades. They might not help you with your backhand but you’ll look cool in them.

Maria Sharapova wears Tag Heuer watches as part of her endorsement.

Maria Sharapova launches her own perfume line.

Maria Sharapova as Nike ambassador. In 2010 she extended her sponsorship agreement with Nike Inc. by eight years for $70 million. The highest pay for athlete more than Venus William who get paid $42 million by Reebok.

Maria Sharapova with Cole Haan Collection

Maria Sharapova attends a press conference promoting a collection `Maria Sharapova by Cole Haan` as a part of the company`s 2009 Fall Women`s collection at the Peninsula Tokyo on September 25, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. Tennis sensation Maria Sharapova is pictured here arriving at a promotional event for Cole Haan. Maria, looking very tall as usual had a bit of an issue with some self-tanner around her face but she still looked great. Her bag, "Phoebe" and shoes, "London Air T-strap" are both from this season`s Cole Haan line available in their retail stores. 

Maria Sharapova with Canon Power Shot!

Maria Sharapova with her shoes collection.

Maria Sharapova with Head Court Tennis bag.


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AdSense Decoded Review - Google Secrets Revealed

AdSense Decoded is the latest in a line of products that claim to demonstrate how to greatly increase revenue through the use of Google’s AdSense program. Joel Comm, Michael Cheney, Liz Tomey, and others have made previous efforts. Evidently, none of these have proven to be the "silver bullet"; otherwise, there wouldn’t be a demand for new and better AdSense information.

Enter Dr. Patrick Hillenbrand, who has the credentials and experience of a very seasoned and savvy Internet entrepreneur. With an engineering degree from Sweden, he co-founded and managed what became the largest private IT-outsourcing company in Scandinavia before it was sold to a public company. Since 2000 he has completed an executive MBA in "Business Intelligence" and a Doctor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship at USC, Australia. Hillenbrand is a qualified Google Advertising Professional /Consultant, expert Ezine author, owner of another top-ranking ClickBank site, as well as the founding owner of a review site of online business opportunities.

In 2004, Dr. Hillenbrand started to focus on AdSense and now calls it "the biggest revenue machine on the internet". It wasn’t instant riches, however, as it took a full 2 years of intensive work, significant investments, and tests to "decode AdSense" before he made some remarkable discoveries that opened doors to profits he never thought possible.

Hillenbrand is now sharing his blue print for AdSense success in a series of videos entitled, "AdSense Decoded". Lest anyone think he is exploiting some questionable loophole or engaged in fraud, only accepted, "whitehat techniques" are discussed and demonstrated in the package.

The videos reveal ingenious, brand new AdSense methods that are so powerful as a new revenue model that a new term has been suggested for it - "AdSense Brokerage". Put into practice, it’s like a property broker suddenly having 100 properties to collect commissions from rather than just one. Dr. Hillenbrand made a list of things you DON’T need in order to make serious money with Google AdSense using his techniques:

- NO search engine presence
- NO returning, redirected, exchanged, or any other type of organic traffic
- NO expensive script or software
- NO back links
- NO Google Page Rank (PR)
- NO customers
- NO products
- NO affiliates
- NO email list
- NO down-line (it’s not MLM)
- NO programming skills

Some may say "this sounds like something I have heard about...'AdSense Arbitrage'...is it the same?" The answer is "No". AdSense Brokerage is far more rewarding as it operates with multiple ways of monetizing the internet traffic and importantly offers a lower risk/higher profit traffic strategy with wider traffic options.

It’s not nearly as academic as it sounds and the "AdSense Decoded" videos provide step-by-step blueprints. The complete series consists of 10 specially produced online videos (approximately 15 minutes each). Each video can be viewed independently as well as paused, stopped, rewound, reviewed, and watched again. "On demand" instant online video-based tutorials have proven to be the most user-friendly and effective way of learning online.

"AdSense Decoded" breaks down each content-packed section into a total "take-you-by-the-hand" series of lessons which provides the instructions for copying Dr. Hillenbrand’s proven methods on how to make money using his unique AdSense Brokerage program.

After being disappointed by previous programs promoted as "the answer", AdSense Decoded is the step-by-step video blueprint on how to instantly improve your current AdSense earnings that many have been waiting for. By using techniques previously known to only a handful of top AdSense Decoded earners, seasoned publishers and even "newbies" can harvest those well-earned AdSense profits.

Visit AdSense Decoded Review to learn more. Ron King is a writer and web developer: Articles for authors. Copyright 2007 Ron King. This article may be reprinted if the resource box is left intact and the links live.

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I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.

~Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear