Wednesday, August 20, 2014



9 Real Ways to Make Money from Home

Part 3 of 5

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Today I post the third of the five part Special Report. I'm hoping that you are getting some ideas as to how to work from home. I'm sure that you are finding that there are legitimate ways make money from working at home. Here are two more ideas:

5. Writer, Blogger, Editor, Proofreader. Everyone says you're a fantastic writer, so isn't it about time you got paid? 
Good writing is still in demand says Durst, especially for online content. 
For the best sites try JournalismJobs.com, About.com seeks "Guides" in a broad area of topics, and MediaBistro.com
For blogging jobs, try problogger.net. 
If you have experience as a freelance copy editor, writer or proofreader, go to editfast.com. Rates vary between $15 and $25 an hour.

6. Cyber Crafter. If you're a crafter in search of customers, the internet is your showcase, and not only at auction sites like eBay.
DeWitt Young of ObviousFront.etsy.com Has had success turning her crafts into cash in cyberspace. 
She has a booth at Etsy.com's Craft Mall, an amazing place where more than 10,000 artisans and crafters offer their goods for sale.
DeWitt turns salvaged parts from old TVs and VCRs into artsy necklaces, earrings and figures
Colleen Jordan uses 3D printing to create her necklaces called wearable planters. 
Don’t be discouraged, Shapeways 3D printing company can get you started with their simple apps so you can easily customize your own designs with a click of a mouse, anything from a wedding band in rose gold, a vase in ceramic or your own bobble head printed in full color.
 
REMEMBER!
Beware of scams.
Read these five tips on how to avoid work-at-home-scams.

It's not always easy to figure out if a company is legitimate. Try these five essential tips from the Attorney General of the State of New York:
  • Check with the Better Business Bureau in your area and the area in which the company is located.
  • Ask questions, including: what specific tasks you'll have to perform; whether you will be paid by salary or commission; and who will pay you. Also, ask about the total cost to you, including supplies and equipment.
  • Be wary of overstated claims of product effectiveness, exaggerated claims of potential earnings, and demands that you pay for something before instructions or products are provided.
  • Be wary of personal testimonials that never actually identify the person so you can't investigate further.
  • Contact your state Attorney General's consumer help line if you believe you've been victimized by a work-at-home scheme.

Thank you to Mary Hunt and Woman's Day Magazine for providing this important information: http://www.womansday.com

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