Alley Einstein Ltd.

Alley Einstein Ltd.

February 16, 2009 04:00 ET

Beat The Recession With 101 Ideas to Make Easy Money Says Author And TV Presenter Alley Einstein

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Feb. 16, 2009) -

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Beat the recession, cash in on skills and set up a business with as little as thirty pounds and make much needed extra cash to pay the bills by using one of the 101 Ways to Make Money developed by 36 year old TV presenter, magazine writer and author Alley Einstein.

"I want to inspire the nation to take up the money making challenge and have a go at cashing in. If you can knit, clean, glue walk dogs then a bespoke business is just around the corner for you. If every person in the UK made an extra Pounds Sterling 20 a week we could work as a group to help fix the economic crisis," she says.

"If Jamie Oliver can get people to cook meals then I can inspire people to make extra money with some inspiration, good advice and guts. I am laying down the challenge."

The author of the 2 best selling two books 101 Ways to Make Money and Teach Yourself 100 Ways to Make Money (under her married name) Ms Einstein developed the ideas for cheap money making ideas including organic wheelie bin cleaning, grave maintenance, green consultancy and flatmate finders.

"We're in the midst of an economic crisis and every penny counts. People just need a little push and confidence plus a small amount of cash and it might see them earn anything from Pounds Sterling 20 to hundreds of pounds a week. Lets think laterally and I'll help people feel confident in their ideas with easy how to guides. As a TV presenter and magazine writer I have met people who have done just this even if its Pounds Sterling 30 a week the difference between meeting the mortgage or not."

Alley's been inspired by people who were living on as little as Pounds Sterling 100 a week when she wrote her books and put aside a little money and used it to start amazing small businesses.

Ms Einstein has hosted JOBSPOT on Ch 10 in Australia, anchored news on Sky NewsAustralia, Asia TV, Bloomberg and the UK's Cable CH 1 as well as presenting on US radio and writing for UK women's magazines. She is available for interviews, column work and TV interviews. Email alleynews@hotmail.com or phone: 07747 825 884 www.alleyeinstein.co.uk.

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