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Scott R. Asher – How to write an article for your membership site

By |April 13th, 2012|

Scott R. Asher gives you great WordPress blogging tips. When starting your first site, you will probably be writing a lot of the articles yourself. Knowing what to write, how to write it, and how to format it will keep your members longer.

Rules for creating articles:

Make your article timeless – You want your content to […]

Wanna get hooked up?

By |April 9th, 2012|

I have a good one for ya!

I recently needed to get a tow hitch receiver added to my truck and I had the pleasure of dealing with Lampert Hitch in the Denver Area. This is a family owned business that provides excellent service.  I am very pleased with my hitch and will return to them for any of my trucking accessory […]

Scott reviews US Bank

By |April 9th, 2012|

The US Bank Visit:
So I went in to US Bank, I needed a sheet of checks to give to my insurance guy so they can debt my account. The teller was very nice and gave them to me. She then offered this helpful little piece of info; she stated “Each temporary check that comes […]

DigitalPoint.com is now trying to charge for membership!

By |April 9th, 2012|

I just logged into my DP account and went to add a post in the services section and from what I could tell, they wanted to charge $125.00 dollars a year for membership. I have been a member of Digital Point for a few years now, and there is no chance of me paying for […]

My Review of Special K Red Berries

By |April 9th, 2012|

I guess this is my Special-K weight loss story! Here I am pulling up on 40 and it’s becoming clear Captain Crunch everyday for breakfast, is not apart of my healthy diet.

Here it is the beginning of the 2010, we are sitting on the couch and my wife looks over at me and says lets […]

Vonage and their silly policy

By |April 9th, 2012|

I have been waiting for a while to write this blog post.  I  happen to be one of the millions of people that have used Vonage and experienced the supposed extra, extra small fine print that doesn’t show up until you want to cancel service, what a horror story. I was with Vonage for about […]

Micro Center in Denver Colorado

By |April 9th, 2012|

Micro Center Denver – Computer, electronics and everything tech. If they ain’t got it, your shit out of luck.

Tech Center, 8000East Quincy Avenue  Denver, CO 80237

I spend a lot of time ranting about being ripped off for my money, but this time I have to give credit where credit is due.  This company goes the […]

My review of Sprint service

By |April 8th, 2012|

About 4 days ago, I got a new EVO slider from Sprint. These touch screen phones are beyond me and I gotta tell ya… I am not really impressed with the consumer experience up to this point. However, what is interesting about this story is… My wife and I have been Sprint customers for about seven years! But after going though […]

Why broke people have bad credit

By |April 8th, 2012|

This might not be much of a revelation to many of you, but I offer you this explanation.

The reason people with no money have bad credit is, broke people have no expendable income making it difficult to pay unforeseen cost. So what happens is, the company in retaliation for not being paid marks the credit […]

How to Save $240 Per Year on Haircuts

By |April 8th, 2012|

Things you’ll need:

Clippers

1 Imagine saving an hour of your time and a cool twenty dollars per month by cutting your own hair. It’s easier than you think and luckily “bald” is the new black. Go to your local drugstore and pick up a heavy duty pair of clippers. The average haircut costs $15 and there’s […]

Change your financial outlook with this simple tip.

By |April 8th, 2012|

I have a friend that is second to none when it come to advise on almost any subject. He once offered me a tip that rocked my bottom line to its very core.

Going out to eat might be the single most expensive thing we do, the wife and I decided one day to not eat-out once in a calender year. […]

Where to find the best price?

By |April 8th, 2012|

Last week my wife bought our dog Haley a new pet bed. She went to Petco and picked one up for $20. It was too small, so we took it back and found a bigger one for the same price at Farm & Home. We were at Ross, dress for less, look like a mess […]

How to deal with the real problems

By |April 8th, 2012|

Debt is caused by spending more money than one has, taking out a loan and building interest, or exceeding one’s credit line. Debt is also caused by job loss: getting fired, quitting or being laid off. Sometimes debt is much more than a problem with saving money or keeping track of finances. Debt can result […]