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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Mslovemovies ·
Wow! I am a new Author. I was line editing my 1st Book. Playing it all by ear. To me for me to see your post is so Heaven sent to me. Thank you! For sharing this info. This motivates me so much to get threw. I bought my book cover. I need to increase my word count. I will be ready to submit by Feb. You dont understand how inspiring this is!
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Clark Body ·
Thank You! This is going to be very helpful to me.
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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Deon Christie ·
I'm humbled by your kind words, and glad I could help. You may also have saved a bit of money by designing your own book cover. And I'm going to give you access to the tools I use. For image editing from social posts to presentations, info-graphics and even book covers. You may want to check out Canva (just search your browser for the keyword) which I have been using for a few years. But you may also want some royalty free, high definition images. Which you can access unlimited free...
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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Deon Christie ·
Only a pleasure, glad I could help. Check out my other reply, for access to some image editing tools and royalty free image downloads.
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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Mslovemovies ·
Awww thank you. I just Graduated from ohio media school on 12/17/18. The day before I started my own Online Beauty Supply Business. A fellow student of mines told me about Canva to make my own flyers. This is so exciting and so blessed. God is directing my steps. Leading me to good people to help steer me in the right direction. You had to be a part of his plan for me. I cannot thank you enough! On Mon, Jan 14, 2019, 11:06 AM The Penny Hoarder Community < [email protected] wrote:
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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Tam ·
@Deon Christie this is wonderful information, as I too, would like to begin working on my content for my first book. It is so hard to get started and I’m nervous that my material will be lacking and/or fluid enough to attract and keep an audience, but after all of that stated, it is my dream. Your added resources will help in moving the train along. I wish I could afford a ghost writer, lol. Thank you for your valued info.
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Re: Apps to earn rewards and cash

Moore Income ·
I just tried out Get Upside the other day. It is not available in my area but I was traveling so I figured I would give it a shot. But every time I tried to upload my receipt it would fail, and since there is a time limit, I wasn't able to get my reward. Not a great first time experience. I just started using a newly launched app that gives cashback for purchases with many big retailers and in the future they are introducing more local ones as well as a cryptocurrency that you will also...
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Re: Apps to earn rewards and cash

Karen Campbell ·
Ana: Please send me information.
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Ana ·
@Karen Campbell I will send it you now.
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Ana ·
@Moore Income Sorry to hear about your experience with Get Upside. I haven't had that issue. I signed up for Dosh but haven't used it yet.
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Moore Income ·
@Ana the cashback is not that much honestly and you have to have $20 before you cash out but most cashback sites have a minimum. I have had the most success by referring other people.
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Ana ·
@Moore Income Oh ok. Thanks.
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KathyH18 ·
What’s the name of the cash back app you are referring to in your reply? I would like to try it.
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Moore Income ·
@KathyH18 are you referring to the one I am talking about? I will send you a message with details.
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Ana ·
Anyone use Earny or Paribus?
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Ehwilson ·
Kidazzler, super easy and I love the idea of building a kid friendly searchable database. We don’t launch until March, but my current potential monthly earnings is over $1500.
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Janna Johnson ·
I use CoinOut, Fetch, Receipt Hog, and Dabble apps for easy peasy $. I'm also using several mystery shopper apps and have been successfully paid. Referrals would be appreciated and returned. Just send a message or FB message for links. Thanks
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Moore Income ·
@Janna Johnson I haven't heard of CoinOut or Dabble, what do those do? Feel free to send me a message with more info.
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Maryanne Meyerriecks ·
A lot of the cash back apps don't seem to require you go to the app before shopping. You just link your credit card, forget about it, and when you happen to be at that store, use the credit card. I have Dosh. I got $5 for signing up and just got 2% on a Sam's Club purchase. There aren't that many offers in my area, and some offers aren't available from my local franchisee (Dunkin Donuts, for example, is listed, but my local Dunkin isn't listed as a local merchant.) Swagbucks has some shop...
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Alexis Grant ·
We did some work with Shopkick (I work at The Penny Hoarder) and I couldn't believe how loyal their users are -- they have a serious fan base! People who use it absolutely love Shopkick, so much that they sometimes spot each other at stores. Something interesting I didn't expect was that a number of the people we interviewed use the app not only to earn/save money (by earning kicks and redeeming for gift cards) but also to lose weight, because the app motivates them to walk a lot.
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AshNdirt ·
I would like more info on some of the apps that actually work or worth trying ...son s I've tried in past didn't really earn much of anything..I'm a stay at home mom looking for ways to earn some extra income ...
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sphgrl35 ·
Checkout 51, Savingstar You can do surveys and earn gift cards too. I have good luck on Pinecone and MyPoints and Microsoft rewards(I do their daily searches and quizzes. It only takes a few minutes in the morning and I earn enough points for a $10 gift card every month).
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Re: Publish your eBook on Amazon at No Cost

Deon Christie ·
Only a pleasure @Tam . The important part is to get started and you may want to replace the "ghost writer" with research. The more you research the bigger your knowledge vault will get, and in time you will surprise yourself with your own writing. Creating and owning your own writing work will put you on a whole new level of professional recognition. Wishing you all of success and prosperity.
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Brenda Perego ·
Have you heard of imoney? You earn cash, it adds up fast and you’re not doing surveys or scanning or seeds or anything like that. You’re doing simple tasks involving the Apple App Store. It is for iPhone users only and you can make extra for referrals on top of what you’re already making for doing the tasks. This is probably my favorite one and I’ve done a LOT of apps!
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BeckAtsila ·
I use an app called SPENT Money, which is a cashback app. It gives 1 percent back at Whole Foods and also gives money back for Uber. And it does the data entry for you. It pays out via PayPal.
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Karren ·
I couldn’t find imoney in the Apple App Store
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Brenda Perego ·
There are tons of them. I would have to send you my referral link. You can message me on Facebook Brenda Foster Perego
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Re: The American Dream v2.0

FreebiePharm ·
Great read! Thanks for sharing. The hardest part for most is facing reality and making sacrifices to come out better in the end and when the crisis hits, you will be prepared!
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Re: The American Dream v2.0

KellyFromKeene ·
Great reminder, thank you. And congratulations!! Its so, SO important to know right where you are in therms of finances. So many people, including me at one time, just hide their head in the sand. Things will never get better unless you are willing to make changes, and you have to know where you are to start out.
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Re: Marketing Without Money

Men On A Budget ·
TIP: I have collections of price shopping tools in my wheelhouse of wheels. My favorite resource for books is Bookfinder.com. Most of my "keeper" books are around $3, delivered.
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Re: How *I* Shop For Free

Men On A Budget ·
From a "Good Morning, America" segment, this video from you tube, titled "Mom Feeds Family On $4 A Week" is evidence of Kathy Spencer's savvy shopping skill in how she shops for free. You would think that the Christian Children's Fund would be calling Kathy for advice on how they can reduce their 30 cents a day claims to only feed one child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbbW6WpXWjw
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Re: Is Your Life Taxing?

Lisa Eichinger ·
I also have been doing my own taxes for well over 20 years. It's a money saver if you know what you are doing. This up coming year will be a bit different due to tax changes but probably simpler for those who know how to do them.
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Briana ·
What tax changes will be different this upcoming year @Lisa Eichinger ?
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Re: Is Your Life Taxing?

Lisa Eichinger ·
There are no more exemptions for each person, the standard deduction has increased, the tax rate has decreased, and W2 employees can no longer deduct unreimbursed work expenses, to name a few.
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Re: Is Your Life Taxing?

Briana ·
Thanks for sharing, I wasn't aware of some of these!
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Re: Is Your Life Taxing?

Lisa Eichinger ·
My pleasure! I prepare taxes as a second job so I have to keep up the changing laws
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Wen Dee ·
In Florida and maybe other states AARP offers free tax prep/filing for anyone in the community. We have used this service for years.
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Re: Marketing Without Money

Moore Income ·
Thanks for the suggestion. I will add it to my list. I personally like purchasing my books from Thrift Books, you get free shipping if you spend $10 and you can get several books in good condition for less than the price of a new book.
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

jenakle ·
The best thing about streaming sites is the ability to switch or cancel with a button click. We typically hop between services depending on the season. HBO for GoT, Philio for Walking Dead and Doctor Who, currently using Starz for Outlander and American Gods. Hulu and Netflix rotate in and out too, but my son grabbed a great student deal for Hulu and Spotify so we share that one with him. With a $55.75 internet only from CenturyLink and a couple of streaming sites we are still under any...
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de1 ·
I will have to check these sites out, just got a new place and would love not to spend tons of money on cable... if anyone has more recommendations I'd love to hear!
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

Isabel ·
I looked into Cobblecord, and although a good service, it didn't tell me anything I didn't already know. I cut the cord a couple years ago and save about $150 a month of cable. I find that I'm good with an HD antenna, Netflix and Sling, while streaming Fox News on Youtube gives me most of what I want to watch. Sling $25.00 and Netflix $9.00. If I want to watch HBO or Showtime on any given month, I sign up via Amazon Prime and you can cancel at the click of a button (which also has movies) or...
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

Lisa A Bean ·
Just do Hulu for $7.99 a month less stress budget ur pocket..cable is pretty much out. Nextflix Hulu ,etc are taking over
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Michele Bain ·
How do I get to the article to read it ? When I click on it , it just takes me to the comments. Thanks
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

KimK ·
3 months ago we switched from $120 DirecTV to $40 YouTube TV. We get all our locals; FOX News, CNN, etc; all ESPN channels, MLB, Big 10 Network, 4 FOX Sports networks; Freeform; TNT; plus numerous other channels. Only channels we are missing are HGTV and The Weather Channel. Saving $70 per month is awesome!
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Theodora ·
@Michele Bain https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/life/cut-the-cord/
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

Isabel ·
UPDATE: So I canceled Sling because it's missing FOX news. I instead am trying Hulu Plus Live TV and I am very pleased with it. It has movies, Live TV, and much more. It has every channel I like to watch. So Hulu plus LiveTV $39.99 (going up $4.99 in February) and Netflix $8.99 pretty much sums it up. I also believe Hulu gives you recording and pause, fast forward, etc. I may not keep Netflix because Hulu gives me pretty much all I want. No contract. So even at $55.00 I'm good and I won't be...
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Savvy Susie ·
Netflix allows up to 5 users on one account. Consider sharing the account (and the cost). Pretty much the same with Amazon Prime. Plus free streaming TV--Pluto TV comes to the top of my mind--is totally free and provides some interesting content. You can also watch a tremendous amount of content on YouTube's streaming app. At Christmas I was surprised to find that my favorite holiday movie (Scrooge, 1970, starring Albert Finney) is available on many streaming services for a fee, but free all...
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Re: Cutting the Cable Cord - how to save $ and cobble together the right streaming services

Former Member ·
How much do you actually end up saving from month to month, though? I feel like cable companies are getting smart and raising their internet-only bundles so high that it's almost not worth canceling cable. Thoughts? Does anyone save a significant amount of money?
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Re: Can Budgeting Come with Baggage?

Moore Income ·
You hit the nail on the coffin here when it comes to budgeting. All of those have been things that have held me back from really creating and sticking to a budget. I am still working on it actually, but at the beginning of this year I made it a point that I would do what it takes to get my finances in order and that includes budgeting. On the topic of fear, I just read the book Who Moved My Cheese? and it talks about the fact that a lot of times what we fear and image the outcome of...
 
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