If you have ever thought about buying or selling websites there are only a few places to look. Flippa.com and Empireflippers.com are the best places to pickup some great sites that are already making money or to get a fantastic return on all of that hard work you did getting your site up and providing an income. Although you could probably find thousands of other good sites offering similar features they would be much harder to get what your looking for. Flippa.com is very easy to navigate and they always have hundreds of sites selling everyday in just about every niche you can think of. Empireflippers.com. They handle very few sites, but the turnover appears to be very good. Both of these sites are are great places to buy and sell sites. Go there and check them out now.

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Internet Business Tools

We have decided to change the direction of the website to focus on providing great information related to the best tools to help you create and run your online business. I hope I will be able to get guest bloggers to reveal their secrete tools and methods in running their business. Stay tuned for updates and new posts.

 

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I just came across this amazing Google+ Story video about how internetbusiness.COMissouri news anchor Sarah Hill invites viewers to contribute to her live television newscasts using Google+ Hangouts. I think this would be a great platform to do Internet business from. In the past I have used GoToMeeting to do meetings, but this looks like it would be a lot better at collaboration. They are using some very top end studio equipment for the broadcast work. I wonder if we could do something similar with some SLR type cameras?

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This is a very interesting report by Mary Meeker that shows how people around the world are changing the way they communicate on the internet. Basically people are moving away from the desk top and laptop to mobile units like smart phones and tablets.
KPCB Internet Trends 2012

Internet Trends 2012 - By Mary Meeker

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Tyrone Shum
Tyrone Shum from fiveminutevideomarketing.com created some fantastic videos using DSLR camera equipment. In his video below he talks abinternetbusiness.COout using SLR cameras in all his videos. He believes it is the way of the future because it allows you to record high quality videos at a budget price. He is using the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera. T3i

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Pat Flynn
Pat Flynn
created the amazing video below using the same DSLR camera that Tyrone Shum talks about in his video, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera. T3i He uses the Canon EF 50mm f1.4 lens in most of his videos. Pat has a great post "DIY Videoscribing and Other Awesome Techniques to Enhance Your Videos" on his website Smartpassiveincome.com where he talks about the techniques he uses to enhance his videos. He says that a good DSLR camera isn’t cheap, and neither is the specific kind of lens you need to get this effect (the stock lenses usually won’t work as well), but if you’re going to be shooting professional videos for your business, it could be well worth the investment.

Pat's Blog Post - DIY Videoscribing Techniques Enhance Videos

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 Rokenbok Toys
With fun and educational videos created with DSLR cameras, Rokenbok Toys was able to create entertaining in-store demos of their toys virtually. Today, the majority of their online sales come from YouTube channel viewers who make up more than half of their customer base.
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Consumer Reports also lists the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera as one of the top preforming DSLR cameras, but they selected the Canon EOS 60D as the top scoring SLR camera. They said the 60D advanced SLR is a bit heavier and pricier than most other SLRs, but it offers the best combination of superb photo and fast response. It's one of just a few advanced cameras that has excellent image quality for low-light and flash photos. Includes a swiveling LCD that allows you to capture hard-to-reach shots.

Jeremy and Jason at Internetbusinessmastery.com recommended an inexpensive external wired microphone that provides very good audio quality for the price.

Audio-Technica ATR-3350Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone

I will look into SLR cameras more and give feedback when I have more information. Until then please have a look at the videos and give feedback.

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5 Smartphone Apps That Can Earn You Money

October 18, 2012

5 Smartphone Apps That Can Earn You Money www.moneytalksnews.com The smartphone app business is making lots of money, but it’s all funneled one-way: to the developers. Here are a few apps that can put a little cash in your pocket. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers […]

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6 Freelance Lessons You Can Learn From Your Kids -

October 18, 2012

6 Freelance Lessons You Can Learn From Your Kids. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Internet Business — Getting Started

August 30, 2012

If you want to follow your dreams and make money, potentially limitless income, while doing so, starting your own Internet business is a great way to do so and to do so on your own terms. There are a couple of hurdles to overcome, however, including deciding on what you will be working on and […]

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Interview with Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com

June 30, 2012

IBCO 001 : Interview with Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com Play Podcast In this session of the InternetBusines.CO Podcast I’m happy to share an amazing interview with Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com where he teaches people how to create passive income with an on-line business. Download MP3   Podcast Transcript Please subscribe below to the podcast to […]

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The 5 Easiest Tools for Finding High Ranking Keywords for Google

May 7, 2012

Searching for high-ranking keywords for Google does not have to be difficult. Web designers can simply use user-friendly websites to find the number of people using specific keywords in an industry. Most websites simply list the number of people searching for the keyword or phrase online, but volume alone is not enough. Users must also […]

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The 5 Best Places to Market Your Site

April 25, 2012

Online marketing is often made out to be more complicated than it is in reality. All you need to do is create awesome content and set it up to propagate effectively. Leveraging the power of the right social networks to do the heavy lifting for you is a wise way to start. Here are five […]

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Beware online “filter bubbles” by Eli Pariser on Ted.com

April 1, 2012

I found this great post by Eli Pariser on Ted.com that brings up some very interesting comparisons about how media is brought to us now on the Internet very much as the newspaper news was around 1912. It makes me think we should start a new non-filtered source of current content. This may be the […]

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