Which one of these do you think I can make money at?

@writersedge (22579)
United States
August 9, 2008 6:48am CST
Writing analysis-analysing writing for personality traits. It's not a science, but it is interesting. Teaching about Jewelweed/spotted touch-me-not and/or Bouncing Bet/soapwart for making soap in the first case and shampoo in the second. Going with people on outings so they have someone to go with. Like swimming, canoeing, dancing, etc.
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@paid2write (5204)
9 Aug 08
If you set up a service analysing handwriting you could get work from employers who want to check out job applicants, and maybe some people who want to check out their partners, and others could use your service just for fun. Rather than teaching how to make soap and shampoo you could make it and sell it yourself. Going on outings with strangers could be a bit dangerous for you, and if there was an accident while you were out, the person may try to sue you.
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@writersedge (22579)
• United States
10 Aug 08
For fun, yes, for job applicants, no. It's not an exact art and people could sue me for that. Besides if I say someone would fit the job and they don't or even sabotage it, then I'm in trouble. I think I'll stick with the just for fun part. Accidents on a job, that's why you have insurance. But yes, strangers, could be dangerous. Trying to figure out how to over-ride that problem. Too many people making soap and selling it up here and many more want to learn how. Unless I did internet sales, this area is saturated and judging by the people who want to learn it, will be even more saturated soon.