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Christmas Money

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Lush1, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. Lush1

    Lush1 Registered Member

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    Well, Christmas season is coming in closer and closer. Anyone have any business ideas just for the holiday season? I've come up with a few ideas like dropshipping christmas ornaments, buying amazon bestsellers now that will be sold out near xmas time, then can flip for profit. also considered running an xmas light installation business in my town. what do you guys have in mind?
     
  2. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    crawling on strangers roofs is a bad AND dangerous job.

    Being a roofer is literally one of the most dangerous jobs in the world.
     
  3. graphicnut

    graphicnut Supreme Member

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    Man up u woos, crikey!
    Man or a mouse?

    There is also a ton more jobs way more dangerous than roofing
     
  4. bfellow

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    This is BHW and Thanksgiving to Christmas is the busiest online shopping time of the year. Do I hear massive cookie stuffing?
     
  5. moonie

    moonie Regular Member

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    I have a website that I recently uploaded. It is awesome. I can get it done in the week. My problem is SEO.....

    Agh....I don't wanna miss out on this chance.....
     
  6. sandchica

    sandchica Regular Member

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    When I was a kid, my dad used to buy a truckload of trees and make us kids work the Christmas tree lot. We always had a great Christmas as a result. I imagine real Christmas trees will become a thing of the past if sellers have to start paying a carbon credit tax on them but for now it could possibly pay off quite well.