There are a lot of little side earners I’ve used for years — some even before I started this blog. I’ve earned extra money using reward sites, answering paid surveys, and other things like that. They’re mostly mindless, and of course won’t earn you enough for you to quit your day job. However, some of them might be worth tinkering with here and there because of how fast they pay out.
I’ve been busy working away trying to create some nice new incentives for my newsletter subscribers. Today, I finished up a 7-page mini e-book detailing for you exactly how I use social media to get an extra 300,000 page views per month to my blog (give or take). This eBooklet gives you …A sample of the sharing spreadsheet I use for Facebook, Tips for growing followers, How I decide what to post, and more!
Since I started this blog and began posting regular work at home job leads, I’ve come across several different resources for digging up good information. Many sites I’ve checked out are free to access while some, like FlexJobs and Contena (which we recently reviewed) are not. While I stand by my recommendation for FlexJobs because I think it offers value for your monthly subscription, I totally get that some people simply do not
Amazon is hands down one of my favorite places to shop (as I assume it probably is for most people). And I’ve always loved finding ways to do things online to help me get Amazon codes so I can buy things cheaper since I probably do more than half of my online shopping there. Sometime last year, I discovered a couple of interesting sites that post exclusive deals on Amazon products — allowing you to get products for 90 percent
If you’ve been freelance writing for even a day, you know how time consuming looking for work can be. There are a lot of great resources out there for finding writing jobs, but you have to spend time sorting through them to find the ones you’re a good fit for. That’s assuming you know all the right places to look. It can be tedious and frustrating, especially when you realize that the time you spent on writing.
Who doesn’t enjoy eating and shopping? Not many of us, that’s for certain. As you may have already guessed, this article is on mystery shopping and five places that might get you started with it. What Duties Does Mystery Shopping Usually Entail? Mystery shopping or “secret shopping” involves someone posing as an actual shopper or diner and then delivering feedback about the experience to the mystery shopping
Are you one of those practical folks who like to make money on your things that are just “sitting there”? Do you have an extra room in your home or a basement that isn’t being used? Would you be comfortable renting out that extra space, even for short periods of time? Then maybe you should check out Airbnb. This is a site where people from almost 200 countries log in to find places to rent or list.
There is an epic virtual assistant giveaway going on now through the end of the week hosted by Horkey Handbook with over $1165 in prizes beneficial to freelance VA’s. These include 1 year of Buffer’s “Awesome” plan for social media scheduling, 1 year of Tailwind Plus for Pinterest scheduling, 3 months of free Freshbook access, a Wordpress premium Genesis them for your site (includes installation) …
Are you a dog lover? Do you work well with both dogs and people? Are you looking for a way to turn your love of dogs into an income stream? What Exactly is DogVacay? Similar to Rover, DogVacay is a company that hires pet sitters (also known as “hosts”) to work as independent contractors. These pet sitters can go to the pet owner’s home or the pet can be dropped off at your home.
Are you looking for entry-level work at home jobs? You are not alone. In fact, that’s one of the most common questions I get from people looking to find home-based work. It’s right up there with questions about non-phone jobs and flexible jobs. Today, I’m going to walk you through the process of finding entry-level work at home job listings on a site called FlexJobs. They make it really easy to find these kinds of jobs!