Make a Fortune with Textbooks Rentals
Created 1/8/2010 8:59:31 AM 
Textbooks are expensive, and often have a limited lifespan – these attributes, combined with a market of poor students looking to save a few dollars, have resulted in the textbook rental market exploding in recent years. College bookstores are expensive and finding reliable used textbooks can be a hassle. Why bother when you can rent your books online for a fraction of the cost?
Save Trees and earn Money
Created 7/13/2009 8:20:50 AM 
Thousands of trees are cut down every year to produce the paper that makes books. Publishers have been announcing initiative after initiative aimed at making their book production environmentally friendly. One of the best so far is a program that allow you to contribute to a more sustainable book industry and earn money in the process.
Toys for Rent: The Green Sensation
Created 2/20/2008 7:25:55 AM 
One thing that seems to get worse as children gets older is toys accumulation. They occupy every available space, filling up closets, bursting out of drawers, clogging up bookshelves, overflowing shelves, and stowed in every available nook and cranny. Fortunately, a creative entrepreneur has come out with a brilliant idea to solve this aggravating problem.
Rent a Book: Save Trees and Money
Created 2/8/2008 7:30:58 AM 
Most trees used for books production come from so called "managed timberlands". These trees are an agricultural crop - like vegetables on a farm. They are grown to be made into products for human use. Not using paper in order to save trees is like not eating salad in order to “save” vegetables. However, Tree farms are not biologically diverse and the result is a worldwide loss of wildlife habitat and soil erosion.
Save Trees and Money: Read an eBook
Created 2/4/2008 8:36:51 AM 
Paper is a major component of every book and tends to be the focus of most environmental discussions in the book publishing industry. There are thousands of Books and magazines publishers in the world. The global impact of this is astonishing. For instance, if a publisher sells a million copies of an average 250-page book, it takes 12,000 trees to produce just this one title.
How to set up your own Green Store in Amazon
Created 1/16/2008 7:21:15 AM 
Did you ever want to setup a Green Online Store to sell your favorite Organic clothes or How to Recycle Books? Did you know that Amazon allows you to create virtual stores to sell all or any products displayed at their website? aStore is an Amazon Associates product that lets you create a professional online storefront that can be embedded within or linked to from your website without any programming skills and best of all, there are no fees associated with building it for your website.
Don't trash it; trade it.
Created 9/6/2007 8:00:07 AM 
What do you do with your books when you finish reading them? Or your video games, DVDs, or CDs that you're tired of? Don't make a run to the used book or music store, sell what you can for pennies, and take the rest to Goodwill. Wouldn't be great if you could extract more value from these items without the hassle of selling them on eBay or at a garage sale?
Sharpen your used newspaper into wealth
Created 8/8/2007 10:43:23 AM 
Americans use 200 million tons of paper a year -- for everything from daily newspapers to books and cardboard boxes. After a quick use, we throw away at least 100 million tons of paper, almost all of which could be recycled. This means that there's about 8 billion dollars worth of paper out there that can be collected and recycled each year.
Profit from Geekware made of electronic junk
Created 5/13/2007 1:52:45 PM 
Show off your inner geek with stylish drop earrings made from recycled circuitboard. Let the happy memories flood back with real floppy disk notebooks and make meetings or even your shopping lists more interesting.
See how compact discs have been rescued from a life in the landfill and turned into functional art.
Get paid by crafting custom purses from old books
Created 2/17/2007 2:21:45 PM 
Millions of books have been published since the invention of printing more than 500 years ago. However, age by itself is not enough to make a book valuable. The importance of the text, its condition and demand determines the valuation of an old volume. A second-hand book is a previously owned text that has no special characteristics and market prices for used books are typically modest. What to do with these not so valuable items?


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