It’s been a while since Web Watch has looked at the TOP GROSSING VIDEO GAMES for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Let’s take a look at which games people are paying to play this month:
If you were thinking of becoming an Uber Eats driver, you may want to watch this video.
The AMERICAN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION INDEX has released their 2019-2020 Restaurant Report (based on surveys from April 2019 – March 2020), and LongHorn Steakhouse and Chick-Fil-A were both named the “Most Satisfying Restaurants” in their respective categories.
It may be easy to guess the TOP 5 MOST VALUABLE BRANDS IN THE WORLD, but it gets significantly harder to guess once you go past #17 or so on the list. And you won’t believe who’s at the bottom this year.
Should you RENT OR BUY a home? That’s the question on everyone’s mind these days.
And the question isn’t always an easy one to answer – all sorts of variables come into play that make that decision different for each homebuyer. But sometimes it comes down to the answer to this one question:
WILL YOU CREATE WEALTH FASTER IF YOU BUY A HOME TO BUILD EQUITY *or* SHOULD YOU RENT, AND REINVEST THE MONEY YOU WOULD HAVE SPENT ON TAXES, INSURANCE, AND MAINTENANCE?
Luckily, somebody’s already done that work for you.
Today’s online influencers really have to work hard for their money. It’s not easy posing for the camera every day to create new and interesting content.
But can you really make money on TikTok? Well – you can, if you’re really, really popular.
Take 17-year-old Loren Gray, for example. She has over 35 million followers on TikTok — and she’s posting new material daily. Take a guess how much money she can make for a single sponsored post?
We’ve all heard the stories about how much money it costs to raise a child to 18.
Depending on the survey you’re reading, the number is going to be about the same: around $250,000. A quarter of a million dollars. All to raise a child, clothe them, educate them, feed them, buy them electronics and other “necessary” gadgets.
Do you think you deserve a raise?
We all do, at some point. We think we don’t earn as much as other people in our office, all for doing the same job for less pay.
But really, when it comes down to it – maybe the reason you’re not earning the same as your co-workers has nothing to do with your winning personality.
Maybe it’s something you were born with.