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1. Million Dollar Homepage
1000000 pixels, charge a dollar per pixel – that’s perhaps the dumbest idea for online business anyone could have possible come up with. Still, Alex Tew, a 21-year-old who came up with the idea, is now a millionaire.
2. PickyDomains
Hire another person to think of a cool domain name for you? No way people would pay for this. Actually, naming domain names for others turned out a thriving business, especially, when you make the entire process risk free. PickyDomains currently has a waiting list of people who want to PAY the service to come up with a snappy memorable domain name. PickyDomains is expected to hit six figures this year. Full Story

3. Doggles
Create goggles for dogs and sell them online? Boy, this IS the dumbest idea for a business. How in the world did they manage to become millionaires and have shops all over the world with that one? Beyond me.
4. LaserMonks
LaserMonks.com is a for-profit subsidiary of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Spring Bank, an eight-monk monastery in the hills of Monroe County, 90 miles northwest of Madison. Yeah, real monks refilling your cartridges. Hallelujah! Their 2005 sales were $2.5 million! Praise the Lord. Full Story
5. AntennaBalls
You can’t sell antenna ball online. There is no way. And surely it wouldn’t make you rich. But this is exactly what Jason Wall did, and now he is now a millionaire. Full Story
6. FitDeck
Create a deck of cards featuring exercise routines, and sell it online for $18.95. Sounds like a disaster idea to me. But former Navy SEAL and fitness instructor Phil Black reported last year sales of $4.7 million. Surely beats what military pays.
7. PositivesDating.Com
How would you like to go on a date with an HIV positive person? Paul Graves and Brandon Koechlin thought that someone would, so they created a dating site for HIV positive folks last year. Projected 2006 sales are $110,000, and the two hope to have 50,000 members by their two-year mark.
8. Designer Diaper Bags
Christie Rein was tired of carrying diapers around in a freezer bag. The 34-year-old mother of three found herself constantly stuffing diapers for her infant son into freezer bags to keep them from getting scrunched up in her purse. Rein wanted something that was compact, sleek and stylish, so in November 2004, she sat down with her husband, Marcus, who helped her design a custom diaper bag that's big enough to hold a travel pack of wipes and two to four diapers. With more than $180,000 in sales for 2005, Christie's company, Diapees & Wipees, has bags in 22 different styles, available online and in 120 boutiques across the globe for $14.99.
9. SantaMail
Ok, how’s that for a brilliant idea. Get a postal address at North Pole, Alaska, pretend you are Santa Claus and charge parents 10 bucks for every letter you send to their kids? Well, Byron Reese sent over 200000 letters since the start of the business in 2001, which makes him a couple million dollars richer. Full Story

10. Lucky Wishbone Co.
Fake wishbones. Now, this stupid idea is just destined to flop. Who in the world needs FAKE PLASTIC wishbones? A lot of people, it turns out. Now producing 30,000 wishbones daily (they retail for 3 bucks a pop) Ken Ahroni, the company founder, expects 2006 sales to reach $1 million.

Richest Country in the World

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Which is the richest country in the world? US...Norway..Luxembourg...Switzerland? What makes a country rich? If these are some of the questions for which you are desperate to find an answer...then read further to solve your queries...
Richest Country in the World



When it comes to the concept of richest country in the world, there can be various views. For "richness" in itself has different interpretations and thoughts. For instance, when viewed culturally, all countries are "richest" in their own terms and ways. For each of them have diverse and rich cultural history. Now, that was an abstract interpretation of richest country in the world. The crux of this article however, is to focus on the most commonly understood meaning of richest and that is in terms of the earnings and incomes of the countries! The concept of richest in this article is linked in terms of materialistic achievements and success, that is accurately measured by the gross domestic product (GDP).

Which is the Richest Country in the World?

For the uninitiated, gross domestic product is an economic parameter that measures the economic health and standard of living of a country. Now, if we alone take the gross domestic product to be a parameter to categorize the 'richest country list' in the world, it would be ambiguous. The most ideal methods are adopted by international organizations like the United Nations, World bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and others who come up with their list of richest country, annually. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita, that is also closely termed as Purchasing Power Parity is used by statisticians to produce the list of richest/poorest countries in the world. Alone GDP can't be considered as the sole criteria for placing a country in the rich category because, when only GDP is considered China competes close to the US! But when you consider GDP per capita, China falls many places behind the US. This is owing to the huge population of China. Interesting, Isn't it? Arab countries like Qatar have generally scaled up the order of richest countries in the world, because of their smaller population, just like Singapore, though they are very small in size compared to the US!!

The richest country list also takes into account the general standard of living, health care of citizens and literacy rate. Combined together the richest country as per January 2009 data is Luxembourg.

Luxembourg, called as the 'Green Heart of Europe', located in North West Europe, enjoys the highest GDP per capita and is always in close competition with Scandinavian country of Norway known for its monetary wealth and Qatar, the country that has rich reserves of black gold, petroleum. Luxembourg's economy is diversified into banking and industrial sectors and they are major contributors to its economy. The richest country in the world list is presented below:

Rank Countries GDP per capita (in USD approx)
1 Luxembourg 95,000
2 Norway 77,000
3 Qatar 75,000
4 Switzerland 66,000
5 Denmark 55,000
6 Ireland 51,000
7 Netherlands 47,000
8 United Arab Emirates 46,000
9 United States 46,000
10 Finland 45,000
You may like to know more on: As we can see, the richest country in the world like others in the list have small populations, barring exceptions like the US. Singapore and other growing economies like China, UAE, Japan, UK and India, though, not among the top ten, have strong economies. By now the students of St. Joseph were able to make a good assignment and they thanked buzzle for the reference!!

By Kundan Pandey
Published: 2/9/2010

Top 10 Richest person in the world 2010



 No.1 Carlos Slim Helu
 
$53.5 billion
Telecom, Mexico.
Telecom tycoon who pounced on privatization of Mexico’s national telephone company in the 1990s becomes world’s richest person for first time after coming in third place last year. Net worth up $18.5 billion in a year. Recently received regulatory approval to merge his fixed-line assets into American Movil, Latin America’s biggest mobile phone company. 

No.2 Bill Gates
 
$53 billion
Microsoft, U.S.
Software visionary is now the world’s second-richest man. Net worth still up $13 billion in a year as Microsoft shares rose 50% in 12 months, value of investment vehicle Cascade swelled. More than 60% of fortune held outside Microsoft; investments include Four Seasons hotels, Televisa, Auto Nation. Stepped down from day-to-day duties at Microsoft in 2008 to focus on philanthropy.

No.3 Warren Buffett
 
$47 billion – Investments, U.S.

America’s favorite investor up $10 billion in past 12 months on surging Berkshire Hathaway shares; says U.S. has survived economic "Pearl Harbor," but warns recovery will be slow. Shrewdly invested $5 billion in Goldman Sachs and $3 billion in General Electric amid 2008 market collapse. Recently acquired railroad giant Burlington Northern Santa Fe for $26 billion.


No.4 Mukesh Ambani
 
$29 billion- Petrochemicals, oil and gas. India.
Global ambitions: His Reliance Industries, already India’s most valuable company, recently bid $2 billion for 65% stake in troubled Canadian oil sands outfit Value Creations. Firm’s $14.5 billion offer to buy bankrupt petrochemicals maker LyondellBasell was rejected. Since September company has sold Treasury shares worth $2 billion to be used for acquisitions. Late father, Dhirubhai, founded Reliance and built it into a massive conglomerate.
  
No.5 Lakshmi Mittal
 
$28.7 billion – Steel, India. 
London’s richest resident oversees Arcelor Mittal, world’s largest steel maker. Net profits fell 75% in 2009. Mittal took 12% pay cut but improved outlook pushed stock up one-third in past year. Looking to expand in his native India; wants to build steel mills in Jharkhad and Orissa but has not received government approval. Earned $1.1 billion for selling his interest in a Kazakh refinery in December

No.6 Lawrence Ellison
 
$28 billion – Oracle, U.S.
Oracle founder’s fortune continues to soar; shares up 70% in past 12 months. Database giant has bought 57 companies in the past five years. Completed $7.4 billion buyout of Sun Microsystems in January; acquired BEA Systems for $8.5 billion in 2008. Studied physics at U. of Chicago; didn’t graduate. Started Oracle 1977; took public a day before Microsoft in 1986. 



No.7 Bernard Arnault
 
$27.5 billion
Luxury goods, France. 
Bling is back, helping fashion icon grab title of richest European as shares of his luxury goods outfit LVMH–maker of Louis Vuitton, Moet & Chandon–surge 57%. LVMH is developing upscale Shanghai commercial property, L’Avenue Shanghai, with Macau billionaire Stanley Ho. 

No.8 Eike Batista
  
$27 billion
Mining, oil. Brazil. 
Vowing to become world’s richest man–and he may be on his way. This year’s biggest gainer added $19.5 billion to his personal balance sheet. Son of Brazil’s revered former mining minister who presided over mining giant Companhia Vale do Rio Doce got his start in gold trading and mining.

No.9 Amancio Ortega 

$25 billion
Fashion retail, Spain. 
Style maven lords over Inditex; fashion firm, which operates under several brand names including Zara, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius, has 4,500 stores in 73 countries including new spots in Mexico and Syria. Set up joint venture with Tata Group subsidiary to enter India in 2010. Betting on Florida real estate: bought Coral Gables office tower that is currently home to Bacardi USA. 

No.10 Karl Albrecht
$23.5 billion
Supermarkets, Germany.
Owns discount supermarket giant Aldi Sud, one of Germany’s (and Europe’s) dominant grocers. Has 1,000 stores in U.S. across 29 states. Estimated sales: $37 billion. Plans to open New York City store this year. With younger brother, Theo, transformed mother’s corner grocery store into Aldi after World War II. Brothers split ownership in 1961; Karl took the stores in southern Germany, plus the rights to the brand in the U.K., Australia and the U.S. Theo got northern Germany and the rest of Europe.





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To do this they create surveys and offer an incentive so the general public will fill them in – and most of them are distributed as such over the internet. It’s the quickest and easiest way for a company to get the information and feedback they need since it is cheaper than many other forms of communication.

This is great news for us as it offers an opportunity to make some money online. And it doesn’t take long to get started either.

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If you are able to answer a few simple questions and fill in some details, then you can earn a nice income from taking online surveys and helping companies with their market research. Some will pay you a small amount every time you fill out a survey, while others use more of a sweepstakes approach, and offer cash and prize draws to those who fill out their surveys.

There are plenty of sites which will alert you to the best opportunities and send you surveys whenever they become available, and you can sign up to many of them for free. Some of them will be more relevant to others depending on what country you are in; all you need to do to find the best sites is type in “paid surveys online” into any major search engine. Don’t forget the quotes, as they will help you to find that exact phrase in the results.

Don’t join too many sites at once otherwise you risk becoming inundated with emails – it’s best to start with the two or three most popular ones in your country. This doesn’t mean you won’t get the opportunity to do surveys for companies in other countries but you do tend to get more input into your national ones.

What normally happens is this – once you’ve joined you will need to fill out your profile with as much information as you can. This will help the site in deciding which surveys to send to whom. Make sure you set up a new email account purely for use with your survey sites, since you will be liable to getting lots of emails to plough through and you don’t want them all going into your normal accounts.

While a lot of sites pay in cash some will pay in vouchers, so double check the details given on each site and see what kind of vouchers you will get. If they are for a shop you do go into then you’ll get some benefit from them.

Once you’re all set up and ready to go you’ll need to keep on top of that email account, since each survey may only need to be answered by a set number of people and they often send it to more than is needed to make sure they get enough replies. The sooner you can complete each one and send it back the better – and the faster your money will mount up too.

The questionnaires are just as easy to fill in. You might be asked questions about a specific product; a type or genre of product; which companies you recognize and which ones you don’t; and you may even get to give your input and opinions on products which haven’t been released for sale yet.

The amount you will receive for each survey or market research exercise varies between sites and countries, but it is reasonable given the amount of time each one will take you. One site pays between $4 and $50 which is about average, although most will be at the lower end of the scale.

Over time taking part in paid online surveys and questionnaires can add up to a nice part time income for very little effort.

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