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internet by selling items
« on: January 27, 2009, 10:32:24 PM »

Pensioners can also benefit from desktop publishing which is a good way to earn extra money on line.  This business is rapidly expanding and home based desktop publishers can engage themselves in preparing many materials such as brochures, flayers, newsletters, advertisements, business proposals, books and forms.  There is excellent profit potential involved and it is suitable for retirees who have a home computer and the technical know-how.
Another way to earn extra money on line is by starting your own on line business.  The first step is to identify the correct on line business opportunity to suit your needs and to eliminate the bulk of the hassles associated with establishing an offline business.  This requires minimal start up costs and flexible timing.  You can also earn money easily through the Internet by selling items on eBay.

More and more pensioners use this method to earn income because no special skills are involved and not much of computer expertise is needed too.  Also you donít have to be a skilled entrepreneur because eBay does most of the work for you.  There is zero start-up costs and low risk factor involved in such a business.  Also it offers good earnings potential.  Pensioners can also earn moneychangers by writing a book on Your Know-How.  You can write about your skills, hobbies, work, child bearing/raising, general interests etc.  You can also think of writing a book on your niche area and have a look at the publishing options on the website.  There are several options for making money from your retirement literary effort.

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