Friday, 16 November 2012

Get Paid to Podcast

Making money online really boils down to discovering a bunch of people that you may either market to or get payment from.  Whatever that audience is you need to have something eyecatching or helpful that you can capture and keep your audiences’ attention.  What you have to offer and talk about is crucial.

I will demonstrate how you can make money offering and dispensing information by podcast or a newsletter, and how you can connect openly with your
target group as an online tutor.

To make a podcast, you will require a microphone and software for recording.  Another great tool is a video camera so that you can make video podcasts as well. 

A free recording program is available by  What is also great is that they have great technical tutorials so that you can handle all the techy stuff and sound like an expert.

When you have the right information and can make worthwhile, desirable podcasts, you need an audience to hear what you have to say.  A great way to get listeners is to submit your podcast to places like, market in forums or hype it through a blog or websites. 

Niche audiences are great but the larger your market the better. Like I said niche is great but if you enter a market that is competitive yes you may have some work cut out for you but big markets are big because people are listening and when they are listening there is money to be made.  You just need to get as big a piece of the market as possible. 

Here’s where part of the money comes in; when you locate sponsors who pay to “have the ears” of your audience.  The bigger your audience the more you can charge.  Some people go out and get advertisers by themselves.  But if you choose to you can use to help you in that process

If your content is wanted and needed enough, you can make people pay to read/watch or listen to it.  iTunes is a fantastic way of marketing your podcast.  So you sell online but also give some content away as well so that you can get a fresh batch of listeners.

The link below is here for you to click right now so you can  learn how you can join the new class of "lifestyle entrepreneurs" and make a full-time Internet income, or even or even build wealth working online at any coffee shop on the planet


Saturday, 3 November 2012

I love Melia Las Antillas Varadero Cuba

I had such a great time at Melia Las Antillas in Varadero.  I have had the chance to do a number of all inclusives and up until this one it was the best ever.

I previously had flown with Sunwing, and stayed at one of their resorts in Dominican Republic.  I had a bad experience there but knew it was a one off situation.  So I decided to try Sunwing again because the price was good.  I am soooo glad I did.  

The Cuban people are very friendly and genuine.  If they are happy with you they let you know and if they aren't so happy (like when my girlfriend and I were late for dinner reservations) they were still polite even though we could tell it disrupted the routine.  However, they still treated us very well.  By the end of the week we were greeted with hugs and kisses in the restaurant's and lobby by our regular servers.

I want to give special shout outs to the following people.   Yamira in the buffet.  She took such good care of us and made sure that we were always looked after and with a big smile and we shared a lot of Spanish jokes.   Raul in the buffet.  He remembered our drinking preferences and was always polite.  Estrella in the Romantico restaurant.  When my girlfriend was not feeling well on our last night she made sure to have food suggestions that would not upset her stomach further.  Estrella was a sweetheart.  Also I believe her name was Amisday from Romantico was also fantastic as well.  She was so helpful in surprising us with a fantastic dessert that met our gluten/wheat free needs.   Over in the snack bar.Orlando was the king of servers.  Though I know some Spanish, I did not know the word of allergic to wheat and since my girlfriend is allergic to wheat he went above and beyond to make sure that the phrase I'm allergic to wheat was written down so that my lady could take it to any food server and ensure she had a comfortable and safe experience.   Orlando treated us like royalty every time we were in his spot.  He was genuinely interested in us being comfortable.

When we had special requests the staff were "on it".  What's more there were no complaints from them.  Because I know some Spanish I listened out to see how they responded and they took things seriously and always with  a smile and never badmouthed us.  Of all the people in the travels I've done the Cuban people are the most willing to please.  The work HARD.    One thing I liked is that everyone there was required to speak English as well as Spanish so communication was not a problem and when I wanted to speak in Spanish they were patient with my thick accent and forgetting some words.  Yamira by far had the best English.  We talked to her a lot and she said she studied hard in school and listened to English music and it serves her well

Be prepared to see people of all adult ages and body types.  I saw way too many speedos for my liking.  I don't care if you have a hard body or are 100 pounds overweight unless you are on a swim team Speedos should not be worn in public.

We took a trip into Habana (the way the locals spell and say it).  Janet our Sunwing rep was really good at helping us decide our day trips.

Before I forget, Yaqueline our chamber maid was fantastic.  She had different bed designs for us each night and kept the room clean.

Food was good, we brought Mrs. Dash with us and only used it once.

The entertainment was GREAT.  The Cuban dancers were fantastic and we enjoyed the shows nightly.  The singers were great especially ( I wish I knew their names) the darker skinned fellow with the dreadlocks and the lady singer (muy caliente y sexy).  They were all talented and had beautiful voices.

Weather was great despite hurricane Sandy and I have to say walking on the beach was like walking on soft pillows.  I want to go back  now!!!