Still pondering what to get for that expat or future expat on your Christmas list? I thought I’d have some fun with the run-up to Christmas and one of my favorite Christmas ditties. Between now and December 25, I’ll bring you the 12 days of Christmas, shopping-for-expats style.
Each day we’ll focus on one aspect of expat or plan-to-be-expat life.
So, get your carol book out, brace yourself for bad puns, and here we go.
On the first day of Christmas, my expat gave to me. . .
A website for to earn some money.
Site Build It!
Got some extra Holiday cash you’d like to spend? Why not give yourself a new life next year?
Well how about creating that portable career you’ve been dreaming about?
Site Build It! (SBI for short) provides a unique approach to creating a profitable website. Whether you’re selling a service or a product of your own, or creating an income stream based on affiliate links and advertising, SBI! provides some serious guidance, hand-holding and an excellent arsenal of tools.
Simply put, SBI! helps you build a successful online business. It’s more than hosting or site-building. It’s really a complete, step-by-step process that provides all the tools you need for getting traffic, sending out e-mails, adding a blog, and monetizing your site. And you don’t have to be a techie to use it. It’s as simple as sending e-mails and word processing. Take a look…
Buy One, Get One Free
And if you hurry, you can take advantage of their Buy-One Get-One-Free Holiday Special that will give you their best price of the year. And they offer a No-Risk Money-Back Success Guarantee that means you have nothing to lose.
Don’t think you want or need two SBI! sites? Buy one for yourself and give one to another portable careerist!
Unless you don’t move in time to take advantage of their Special that is. Then you’ll miss out on a great deal. That offer ends at midnight on January 4, 2012.
Stay tuned for Day Two. . .
What’s the best expat gift someone could give you this Christmas? Mine’s an intangible — some understanding from my mother-in-law. Care to share yours? Use the comments below.