i have made 100 hubpages. i will make more hubpages about finance and online business.
Hmmmmmm...what is your point? You wrote 100 pages of complete crap. Woo hoo! Yay for you! If you want to make money from those of us who REALLY speak English (which you obviously aspire to do), then either learn the language or use a grammer/spell checker. Oh, or grow a brain.
"Making income statement is very easy especially you have financial or accounting background. The formula of income statement is The revenue minimize with the expense. You can count the inccome statement with manually or you can use software."
Congratulations! I trust that it has been profitable for yourself.
It had better be, because such an effort must become profitable. If not, 100 and no profit? I may throw in the towel.
But then they say "No pain, No gain"
Great effort yes I would like to hear if it is bringing in the dollars too
100 hubs will bring you close, but not close enough. Congrats and may you prosper by then with a 100 more.
Forgot to tell you...I can make complete crap without writing a hub!
Oopsie, don't want to lose the thread... Here's more of Mr. 100 pages' 100 pages:
"Before open a bussiness, you have better to evaluate the project. It could reduce your risk or loosing money in running a business.The project evaluation could determine whether we start the project or leave the project. We should leave the negative project which the cost is higher than the benefit except we want to run a social project.
If we have no plan in any business, we are lost in the way. Wrong plannning something will damage your business."
Grammar aside, this guy is just ignorant.
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