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My Personal Experience On How To Get Money Online

Before you start reading this post, I must warn you – it has nothing related to memo. But the subject of earning online additional or main money is so important for very many people, so I just want to share with you my own experience.

Most of people by different reasons do not earn enough money. In fact, almost everyone would like to have some additional money in his pocket =)

I am a student. I have a practise at the moment on my profession of sales management at a good company. But it is only a practise, because I am studying at a day department and have not enough experience and time to work on full time job. As a result, I am always in short of money.

But as I am young man I wanna to party, go to night clubs, travel to another countries, want to buy some things like pocket PC, digital camera and some other staff most of people would like to have. But all the things do cost money.

I have started to surf the Internet trying to find some ways to have some additional money. When I typed in google “affiliate program”, I saw so much results, that I was confused as I have not any idea what to choose. I decided to pick up and try 5 programs I liked at a glance.

I will not describe all of them, time is worthy. I will only tell you which is the best one and why.

First of all, it is free. Moreover, I was paid 75$ at once as I registered my domain and hosting. I was provided with a great and simple video tutorial where you can just copy the steps and there is nothing to invent. I’ve got my first income in about 48 hours after I was registered. Withing next 30 days my earning was up to 150-200$ per day.

Actually, I have nothing to do more. It works for me now.

Oh, I forgot to tell you what the program is that! So, check it by yourself – Free Affiliate Program

You can join there for free and start earning in first 48 hours!

And one more thing. If you will have any questions, please, feel free to contact me.

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Template On How To Write A Memo

Memos should have the following sections and content:

1. A ‘To‘ section containing the name of the receiver. For informal memos, the receiver’s given name; e.g. ‘To: Andy’ is enough. For more formal memos, use the receiver’s full name. If the receiver is in another department, use the full name and the department name. It is usually not necessary to use Mr., Mrs., Miss or Ms unless the memo is very formal.

2. A ‘From‘ section containing the name of the sender. For informal memos, the sender’s other name; e.g. ‘From: Bill’ is enough. For more formal memos, use the sender’s full name. If the receiver is in another department, use the full name and the department name. It is usually not necessary to use Mr., Mrs., Miss or Ms unless the memo is very formal.

3. A ‘Date‘ section. To avoid confusion between the British and American date systems, write the month as a word or an abbreviation; e.g. ‘January’ or ‘Jan’.

4. A Subject heading.

5. The message. Unless the memo is a brief note, a well-organised memo message should contain the following sections:
a. Situation – an Introduction or the purpose of the memo.
b. Problem (optional) – for example: “Since the move to the new office in Kowloon Bay,
staff have difficulty in finding a nearby place to buy lunch.”
c. Solution (optional) – for example: “Providing a microwave oven in the pantry would
enable staff to bring in their own lunchboxes and reheat their food.”
d. Action – this may be the same as the solution, or be the part of the solution that the
receiver needs to carry out; e.g. “we would appreciate it if you could authorise up to
e. Politeness – to avoid the receiver refusing to take the action you want, it is important to
end with a polite expression; e.g. “Once again, thank you for your support.”, or more
informally “Thanks”.
f. Signature (optional).

Here is a sample:


To: S M Chan, General Manager
From: SamanthaNg, Office Manager
Date:12 October 2007
Subject: Purchase of a Microwave Oven

1. Introduction

At the monthly staff meeting on Tuesday, 9 October 2007, you requested information about the possible purchase of a microwave oven. I would now like to present these details.

2. Background

Since the move to the new office in Kowloon Bay, staff have difficulty in finding a nearby place to buy lunch.

3. Advantages

Providing a microwave oven in the pantry would enable staff to bring in their own lunchboxes and reheat their food. Also, staff members are less likely to return to work late after lunch.

4. Staff Opinion

A survey found that staff would like to use the microwave oven.

5. Cost

Details of suitable models are given below:

(Show table)

6. Request

If this meets with your approval, we would appreciate it if you could authorise up to $3,000 for the purchase of the microwave oven.

based on talkhomework

Does Memo Is Only A Memo?

As you know the main purpose for memo is to deliver brief information to a person or department. Many of people are still thinking it is the only purpose. But if you look a bit deeper you can understand that memo reflects the way how you think. If you can express your thoughts poorly, then your memo will never have its initial value. It can be called an essay, brainstorming notes or whatever, but it will not be a memorandum.

When you learn to write a memo you level up your logical thinking at the same time. You learn to structure your thoughts and ideas, put the accents on the main points, devide into paragraphs and the most important – exclude the rest that is not relevant to the case. It’s not so easy as you think. It is always difficult to throw out a product of you brain. But you should try to make it easy but carefully, cause any usesless information can bring you a lot of success in different equivalents.

In other words try to think thoroughly and carfully when using tips on how to write a memo.

How To Write A Memo: 7 Basic Tips

A memorandum (commonly memo) is a brief written record used as a form of communication in the workplace – legal office, government, business or educational institution. A memo has a standard form but may has some different details depending on internal rules. Memo lets you to convey message to your co-workers in a quick and simple way. It provides an easy way to convey information or ideas to your coworkers or employees in a quick and informative way. Some easy tips can make your memo-writing skills effective and easy to implement. Read on to learn more how to write a memo.

Here are 7 basic tips how to write a memo:

1. Organize your thoughts before writing the memo. Memos are meant to be direct and to the point, so make sure that you have all the important information you need organized in an efficient manner. The best way is to make a draft, so you can see your thought from the third person position.

2. Understand the format of a basic memo. The heading of the memo always includes:

a. The date

b. The name of the sender

c. The name(s) of the recipients

d. The subject heading

Make the subject heading as specific as possible.

3. Simplify your information. A memo must be able to be read quickly and easily understood.

a. Replace large words or uncommon vocabulary with synonyms that will be understood and more to the point.

b. Use bullets and numbered lists where appropriate.

c. Write in short sentences. If a sentence runs on for more than three and one-half typed lines, break the sentence in half. Make it two sentences.

d. Put two or three paragraphs on a typed page. If a single paragraph fills the whole page, break the paragraph in half. Make it two paragraphs.

e. Use only the active voice. Write: “Jim threw the ball.” Not: “The ball was thrown by Jim.”

f. When you have a choice, always use an action verb instead of the verb “to be” and an adjective. Write: “The rule applies here.” Not: “The rule is applicable here.”

g. Start each paragraph with a topic sentence.

h. Use many headings and sub-headings to break up your memorandum or brief. Little pieces are easier to read.

i. Do not use the phrase “in order to.” Use “to” instead.

4. Eliminate any statements that are not directly related to the purpose of the memo. A memo is not the right place to expound upon one’s personal opinions or thoughts. These will only serve to add unnecessary length to your memo and could distract your audience from the focus point of the main statement.

5. Remember your audience. Consider who will be reading your memo and be sure to write your memo in a style and language that will be appealing to them and easily understood.

6. Include everyone. Be sure prior to sending out your memo that you have included everyone that will need access to the information it contains in the list of people who will receive it. Failure to include all necessary people could result in a breakdown in communication or confusion, not to mention your information not reaching all the sources you intended.

7. Check your spelling, grammar and punctuation before sending out your memo. Any grammatical mistakes will be distracting to those receiving the memo and will also make it appear less professional.

These tips should help you to understand how to write a memo in most of situations. You will be able to get more information here soon. Stay tuned!

Based on and Curmudgeon