Make Money in Your Hometown: Become a Tour Guide

Peer-to-peer travel experiences are emerging all over the Internet, connecting local guides and advisers who want to make some extra money on the side with travelers who want an out-of-the-guidebook experience. And from what I've gleaned, it appear [more]

Best Money Tips: Score Cheap Locally Grown Food

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! [more]

Making Your Web Presence Both Local and Global

The local flavor of your business is a selling point but you would like to grow your customer base without abandoning area ties or compromising your heritage. [more]

Forget the Phonebook: 3 Local Marketing Initiatives With Higher ROIs

The phonebook is so 1998. Few people use it anymore, and yet in an ironic twist, advertising in the phonebook has become more expensive as telcos try to boost revenues. [more]

How to get half-price dining from your local TV station.

Did you know that your local TV and radio stations regularly receive gift certificates as “payment” for air time? Believe it or not, retailers and restaurants are actually exchangi

When MySpace Meets your Local Producer: Fresh Food Makes a Tech Leap

MySpace, Facebook, and LinkedIn are familiar (and often tired) ways to reach out to others with similar interests and goals. So why am I not surprised to see Social Networking hit

Local Currencies

Because the advantages of trade (lower prices) fall into the hands of the person making the decision (the buyer), there's a constant tendency to move toward freer trade, unless there's some sort of institutional pressure in the opposite direc [more]

Trade versus localization

Localization--eating locally grown foods and buying locally produced goods--has become trendy just lately. For the past twenty years, though, globalization has been the dominate force. [more]

Possible Backlash Against Cheap Imports?

Is there a backlash against cheap Chinese imports coming? I, for one, secretly hope so. We've known that it can't last forever, haven't we? [more]