Businesses that you can start with less than $1000  


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Blogging is a great way to create an income for very little money the art behind it is building up a large audience then using that audience to advertise for brands out there that are relevant for your blog. If you keep it around a specific niche such as travelling, beauty, fashion or finance then it’s easier to build up an audience as they will keep coming back for more on the topic they started following your blog for in the first place.

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Top 10 Elements of Good Online Games


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Whether it’s an online multiplayer game, online casinos games, or RPG’s, there are certain elements that will make a game successful. In this article, we are going to look at the different elements that make good online games. We all know that games are a matter of individual preference and whilst some players enjoy games of chance like online slots, other prefers games of skill. Other players even prefer games where they interact and communicate with other players.

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Ways technology can help reduce the cost of traders insurance

The increase of premium tax, changes the Ogden tables, it has been an expensive year for insurance customers. But technology and innovation have been mitigating these costs for businesses in the motor industry. More expensive premiums have encouraged more motor traders to find ways to reduce the cost of payments.

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Using Technology to Optimise your Job Hunt

Thanks to the great variety of tools that technological progress has provided us through the IT/AI/Cloud industries combined, the world has changed drastically and every aspect of our lives has been affected by it in some way; from home to business everything is now connected more than ever before and the process continues at a progressive rate. With multimedia devices like smart phones, smart cars, smart receptionists (robotic assistants) robotic waiters or maids—not to mention AI personal assistants that cater to the needs of users, that can predict future mass behaviour and consumer trends (via processes such as machine learning, semantics technology, and cognitive intelligence) and recommend jobs, business solutions or products, it has also made the job-seeking experience easier and more productive. From finding vacancies to getting the first interview and then landing the job, technology is involved in the whole process from start to finish. Here are some suggestions and ways to optimize your job-hunt through these varied tools.

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Playing Lord of the Ocean online

Mythology serves as a great source of inspiration for many things, being utilised, portrayed and spread by the most various of means, both virtual and real:  starting from stories to books, games, clothing, television, toys – so on and so forth. And there is no exception even when we are dealing with slot machine games! Thus, we can marvel at the beauty which is Lord of the Ocean – a game built around the marvelous aquatic magical tales.

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GDPR To Shake Up Software Development

A Look at the Hidden Impact of Data Protection Rules

A new set of regulations regarding data protection comes into force next year. What are the impacts for your business and the data it uses?

As businesses have become ever more reliant on increasing amounts of data to deliver a better service to their customers, the question of how all that information is managed, stored and protected is ever present.

We already have the UK Data Protection Act (1998), but in April 2018, a new EU regulation entitled the General Data Protection Regulation will come into force. And no, in case you were wondering, Brexit will not affect its implementation in the UK.

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The Pros and Cons of Artificial Intelligence

The development of thinking machines as well as robots has been around for millennia (especially if we consider the parallels present in ancient Greek mythology not to mention in the records of other ancient cultures), and we find some of its more modern origins in Raymond Lull’s concept of ‘Thinking Machines’ (1300 A.D) capable of performing the work of human beings.

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Do You Really Need a New Computer?


Do You Really Need a New Computer or Will a Few Fixes Do?

Do you find yourself constantly hypnotized by the spinning pinwheel or rotating hourglass on your computer screen? Does surfing the Internet feel more like paddling a canoe upstream? When what’s intended to make our lives easier actually makes it more difficult, it might be time for a new computer. Here are the top three signs:

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The Rise In Digital Self-Publishing

With the rise of mobile devices, online marketplaces such as Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and iBooks and an ever growing range of digital publishing platforms, self-publishing at the highest level has never been so accessible to John and Jane Smith. Whether an ebook, novel, tutorial, monthly magazine or newsletter, the independent publisher now has a plethora of affordable options that completely level the playing field in the publishing jungle.

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How Has Digital Technology Effected Learning?


The relationship we have with technology today is incredible. However, the way we solved problems before the tech boom required more brainpower and time. Now that technical advancement has evolved we can learn faster and produce technology that seems futuristic, even for 2017.

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