make money online in india

MAKE MONEY EASILY

1.FREELANCER:-You need to have core and marketing skills to become a successful freelancer. If you are not good in either of them ,you can seek help from experienced people to make yourself as a successful freelancer. There are lots of online jobs for good programmer, designer or writers.

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2.MANUAL JOBS:-If you do not have time to do committed work as a freelancer but want to make money online, then do quick work in small fees.

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3.CONSULTANT:-Sell your advice and knowledge to many people as per your qualification and experience. You can become a content marketing expert for new startups and earn more than 2000k over skype call.

4.MAKE MONEY THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA:-People get paid for promoting content in different social media sites. Social media fan base is asset for such people who want to grow their business.

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5.EARN THROUGH REFERRAL SITES:-Sites like groweasyincome.com and freenez.com gives you a fair deal to earn online through referring it to others.

 

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DR.SHIREESHA MADDALI

Ways to make money online

Ways to make money online

There are many ways to make money online these days due to rapid change in this world of internet and social networking. Those people who are really very good at giving opinions can start doing it online and get paid for their opinions. The internet is more than a source of news and entertainment gossip. Today, tens of billions of dollars are being exchanged via a multitude of legitimate activities. More and more people are starting their own business on the internet and making extra money online. Some are even turning their online ventures into full – time internet.

  1. Starting Your Own Blog – or E-COMMERCE website – The first way is one of the most popular ways – Starting a blog/e-commerce website. Consider having a permanent presence on online but putting up your own website. Use it to share hobbies, thoughts, and passions with others and use your page to make your real connections with people. Even there are few people who write articles and get paid for it. This is one of the fastest ways to get your own piece of ‘virtual real estate’. For Example – www.Freenez.com.
  2. Affiliate Marketing – Even if you don’t have your own products or services to sell, affiliate marketing gives you a chance to earn strong commissions through a series of one time sales. The great thing about affiliate marketing is you don’t have to create your own products, you don’t have to provide any customer support, and you don’t have to create your own Marketing materials. Through contacts, it is very easy to do marketing as everything goes from mouth to mouth and from person to person.
  3. Online Publishing ( E-Books ) – Regardless of your own current occupation and lifestyle, there is probably a book inside of you that’s screaming to get out. Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) platform has given thousands of people a chance to become Published authors and earn money through this.
  4. Online Surveys – This is one of the easiest ways to earn extra cash. Brand name corporations and market research firms are desperately seeking people’s opinion on products and services and will offer good remuneration for it. Depending on their companies, each survey can be worth Rs100, 150 or even more.
  5. Online Freelancing – If you have a specific writing/journalism skills or even proper professional skills. For Example – If I’m a nutritionist I can even consult people online by giving them tips and diets and charge them and they can do it online transfer. All I need is a computer with an internet connection and the desire to build a respectable clientele. Start your online business today! Think about it, making online money is surprisingly easy once you set your mind to specific income goals. Ideally, the activities that you choose to engage in are fun and offer fair compensation.

International Business

International business means carrying on business activities beyond national boundaries. These activities normally include the transaction of economic resources such as goods, services (comprising technology, skilled labor, and transportation, etc.), and international production. Production may either involve the production of physical goods or provision of services like banking, finance, insurance, construction, trading, and so on. Thus, international business includes not only international trade of goods and services but also foreign investment, especially foreign direct investment.Image result for international business

International business is defined as transactions devised and carries out across international borders to satisfy corporations and individuals .’International business= Business transactions crossing national borders at any stage of the transaction.The international business comprises all commercial transactions private and governmental between two or more countries. Private companies undertake such transactions for profit; governments may or may not do the same in their transactions. These transactions include sales, investments and transportation.At one end international business is defined as, the organization that buys and or sells goods and services across two or more national boundaries, even if Management is located in a single country. At the other end, international business is defined as it is equated only with those big enterprises which have operating units outside their own country. In the middle, there are institutional arrangements that provide for some managerial direction of economic activity taking place abroad but stop short of controlling ownership of the business carrying on the activity, e.g, Joint ventures with locally owned business or with foreign governments. In foreign trade, visible physical goods or commodities move between countries as exports and imports. Exports consist of merchandise that leaves a country. Exporting and importing comprise the most fundamental, and usually the largest, international business activity in most countries. Foreign trade is the exchange of capital, goods, and services across international borders and territories. In Most countries, it represents a significant share of gross domestic product (GDP). Generally, no country is self – sufficient. It has to depend upon other countries for importing goods which are either non-available with it or are available in sufficient quantities. Similarly, It can export goods, which are in excess quantity with it and are in high demand outside. Foreign trades means trading of goods or services between two or more countries. For Example – trading between India and United States of America ( USA ) is called international trade. The goods or services sent by India to the USA shall be export of goods and services From India to the USA and for the USA , these goods or services shall be the import . Therefore, what is coming into the country is an ‘import’ and what is going out of the country is an ‘export’. The international business is a very comprehensive term, which includes many activities that are pursued by different organizations in order to capture a share of the foreign market, but which often goes unnoticed as a common man is unable to make out that they form a part of international business. There are a number of ways, normally called modes of international business, which could be adopted by the enterprises that want to enter an international business.

Demonetization Overview

Demonetization means a particular currency, ceases to be legal tender. On the 8th, November 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced in a surprise address to the nation that Rs. 500 and Rs.1000 would no longer be legal tender from midnight of the same night. The decision was taken to curtail the perils of black money and corruption. It caused and resulted in many social, political and economic effects

The Advantages of Demonetization were

  • It was the first move from Cash Economy to Digital Economy thus progressing towards a Cashless Economy. People started using more of debit and credit cards and mobile wallets instead of cash. Digitalization will, in turn, create transparency in transactions and online lending space.
  • It was a huge blow to the parallel economy creating hurdles for black money hoarders, the government has been able to track black money
  • Fake currency was eradicated out of the system for those high-value currencies
  • It placed a temporary brake on terrorist activities
  • Disclosure of income in the form of depositing money in the bank accounts led to major generation of tax revenue
  • The unaccounted money came back into the banking system thus strengthening the banks
  • It brought down the rate of inflation during the months that followed demonetization, as the prices of day-to-day consumer goods came down

Disadvantages

  • The biggest disadvantage was the inconvenience caused to the common man disrupting their day-to-day life. Long ATM queues, inadequate supply of new notes. Cash-based businesses, manufacturers and all sections of business suffered losses. The daily wage earners were badly affected. Rural India faced worse situations due to lack of banks and ATMs in their localities
  • The Economic growth slowed down, the GDP went down
  • Due to substantial cash component in the Realty market transactions, sales were hampered significantly. Though slowly it is reviving
  • The Government had to bear huge costs for destroying the old currency and printing new ones
  • Many black money hoarders had their funds invested in assets like real estate, gold and so on which could not be traced
  • It made a minor dent in corruption

With all the pros and cons of demonetization, what was criticised the most was the implementation. The implementation of any such idea is more critical in a country like India than the policy itself.  The suffering of the common man could have been minimized with better planning.

The demonetization isn’t the only measure to curb black money and corruption. Regulations that target root cause, that is, transactions leading to generation of black money and not the cash output should be made

By NSS

28th January2018

Simple Money Saving Tips For Students

Penny saved is Penny earned, how often do our parents quote Benjamin Franklin. This quote teaches us life’s important lessons of self-control and discretion so we can save and spend the money well on the right things at the right time.

Here are a few tips on how as students, you can not only make do with the tight budget but also save money to spend it well on that dream you secretly guard.

*Plan your budget and stay focused. Know your recurring expenses and keep some amount aside for the accidental expenses that you might encounter.

*Pay bills on time or even before the due date to avoid late fees and get early bird discounts

*Buy grocery from the supermarket that offers maximum discounts, plan your visit to the supermarket so that you have a list ready to avoid impulsive buying. Negotiate and haggle on purchases that permit it

*Make sure you have no dues on your credit cards, lest you waste your money paying unwanted interests. This will even help you have a better credit score for future loans and purchases

*As far as possible use Public Transport or carpooling or a two-wheeler pooling to save on fuel. Short distances can be walked to or cycled to, thus saving your Gym membership expenses as well.

*Join a local library so you can borrow the books you like to read. Buy used textbooks or reference books, they would be cheaper and often have the important stuff highlighted 😉 and tips written on the corners of the books that turn out to be more helpful than the material in the textbook itself. Photocopying a reference book also can be done.

* Say NO to tempting and expensive brands. Brands are for the future you, not the present you.

*Party at home rather than in extravagant places. Where ever possible, encash on student discounts or bulk discounts, like a food joint or lounge. Also, there are weekdays when these places allow free entry to students, party on those free days.

*Kick the butt, stay away from vices that leave you in debt.

*Try earning scholarships for various courses

*Use WiFi where ever possible, make sure you have a pre-paid data plan so you do not overindulge

*Plan your travel well in advance to get cheaper deals

Now that we have gone through tips on saving money, here are a few on how to get the extra income*Coach other students on academics or any form of art like playing a musical instrument or a dance form or a sport which helps you make the extra bucks

*If something is not useful to you anymore, try selling it to someone who can find a use for it personally on various websites available thus making the extra pocket money

*Working at the local coffee shop is also an option that can be considered.

With power packed determination and dedication “Mission Savings”
here we come!!!

How to remain Happy ?

Most people have no control over their emotional well-being. It is said that life is a matter of choices. Being happy is a choice. Decide, “Whatever the circumstances I want to be happy and I will be happy always.” There are no terms and conditions for happiness. Most people are as happy as they decide to be. Happiness doesn’t depend upon who you are or what you have. It depends on what you think . Our basic psychological needs include feeling loved, secure, and good at what we do. You also want to have a sense of control. Money doesn’t automatically fill these requirements, but it sure can help. I’ve learned to look for ways to spend money to stay in closer contact with my family and friends; to promote my health; to work more efficiently; to eliminate sources of irritation and marital conflict; to support important causes; and to have enlarging experiences. For example, when my sister got married, I splurged on a better SMART PHONE . It was expensive, but it gave me a lot of happiness . We expect others to treat us better than we treat them. We work out a few times and stress because we don’t instantly look like models. We want to live like rockstars, ignoring the fact that only a few people reach that level of success .In short, we tend to have unreasonable expectations. The difference between what we feel entitled to and what we actually get is the source of much misery .Accept life in its entirety; stop thinking in terms of what should be and accept what is. When you live without entitlement, every good thing becomes a wonderful surprise. Even better, expecting nothing means never being disappointed. Expectation is also the root cause of all the sorrows . “The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God. As long as this exists, and it certainly always will, then there will be comfort for every sorrow, whatever the circumstances may be.” Anne Frank
Here are few ways that I follow. Hope they help you too.
A. Hang around with positive people who make you smile. Avoid those who are perpetually complaining and criticising.
B. Always remind yourself that nothing is more important than your peace and happiness. You are born to be happy!
C. Always keep a goal in life, something to look forward to. That will keep you motivated.
D. Try to make the best of every situation. Spend time reading, watching movies, exploring your hobbies and most importantly travel. Travel as much as you can. Focus on collecting memories that last a lifetime. 

Conclusion
At the end of the day, bad things will happen to you. You will have highs, lows and lots of mediums in your life. You’re only human, just like everybody else. So Just change the attitude and thinking towards it . IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY – MAKE OTHERS HAPPY – Dada