Burning Knife describes itself as "A Community Helping Each Other to Earn Money Online" and that's exactly what it does. For example, there are a number of articles that help readers to learn the ins and outs of making money on their websites or acting as affiliates. The articles are basic enough to give newcomers the lessons they need to become successful, while also having more advanced information to enhance already-savvy internet moneymakers. You can learn about markets like Craigslist and Clickbank, and what scripts are essential to have on your webpage.
My favorite part, though, is the forum. It's pretty new, and many of the contributors are both knowledgeable and friendly, and everyone is sharing their ideas and experiences, both good and bad. It addresses both everyday ventures that people can dabble in just for a few extra bucks and long-term, steady-stream incomes for those devoting all of their energies to the online marketplace. I've already learned about a couple of new sites that are going to help me with my 'odd jobs' on the internet, so for me, it's a proven site that is already honoring its goal.
There are a couple of things that could be better in the way the forum is laid out, primarily in identifying new posts, but they are minor. As time passes, I suspect the format will spruce up a tad, as is natural with a growing site. For the time being, though, I'm fairly happy with it.
The admin has a lot of plans for this community. He really wants it to grow and to become a helping hand. I love the look of the site. It's simple, with basic, easy-to-read colors and fonts. It's not cluttered with ads and so much techno stuff that you can't get to the point of your visit -- learning about ways to make income.
As part of my goals for this blog, I wanted to point my readers towards the Burning Knife. I believe you'll be able to learn from it, and hopefully, you'll decide to share your own stories, there, too. It's been working for me, so I'm sure it can work for you, too!