It’s no secret that a car will cost you money. But you may not have known that you can use your car to make some of that money back. This post breaks down three different ways you can profit from your car — using it as a moving billboard, renting it out to other people when it’s not in use, and also becoming a personal taxi for people who need rides.
Measurement, Inc. is a company that hires work at home test scorers nationwide. This is temporary, project-based work. All you need in order to qualify to do the work is proof of a bachelor’s degree. Most people who have done work for this company like it pretty well. If temporary, seasonal work is something you can take on right now and you meet the other requirements, this might be very ideal.
Time for the first of FOUR giveaways we’ll be doing this month! Enter now for your chance to win $25 to Amazon or Paypal, your choice. Giveaway is live as of today, May 1st, and the winner will be drawn on Friday, May 8th. Another giveaway will be posted at that time. You get six different entry methods, with each method worth five entries, so there’s lots of ways to improve your odds. Good luck!
I think it’s safe to say the vast majority of us are familiar with YouTube and visit it fairly often. But did you know it’s possible to earn money with YouTube? Today’s post is an interview with Ann Eckhart, blogger, writer, and YouTube vlogger, and she’s sharing with us lots of tips and juicy info on getting started with your own YouTube channel and earning money from it.
If you’re like me, you usually forget about the cashback sites when you do your online shopping. It pays to remember them, though, because your money back can really accumulate if you do most of your shopping online. Unlike coupons, the money isn’t taken off your total right away at the register. It comes to you later in the form of a check, gift card, or Paypal payment.
Did you know that it’s possible to earn over $250 per week transcribing from home for Rev.com? Today’s post is an interview with Torey, a current Rev freelancer, who tells us all about her work at home job, how much she earns, how many hours she puts in, and tips for you to get accepted by Rev if you are interested in freelancing for them, too.
Are you looking for non-phone work at home? So many people are, and everyone has their own reasons for needing it. To help people find all the non-phone info I have here, I made some updates to my non-phone resource page over the past few days in an effort to make it easier for you to skim through and find the exact info you need to decided whether or not to pursue a specific company. Good luck!
Are you someone who enjoys taking paid surveys, but you really don’t feel that they pay enough to be worth the time? If so, then you may want to think about participating in some focus groups instead. These are similar to paid surveys you may have taken, but they are usually a lot more in-depth and, most importantly, they pay a ton more money. If you’re familiar with paid surveys, then you already know that
Only one more day to register for the Elite Blog Academy blogging course. I recommend it here because it’s something I’ve taken that I have seen results from, and I know it can help grow your blog, too, if that’s one of your goals for this year. After this enrollment period, the course will not be open again until 2016. There is a 100 percent money-back guarantee if you take it and don’t get good results.
Quick Rewards is one of the older and more reputable rewards sites (similar to Swagbucks). I like them because they’ve been around since 2002, will pay you via Paypal with no minimum for cashing out, and they also promise to pay within 72 hours or less after you cash out. They are open to people in the US, UK, and Canada. They offer a lot of different ways to earn extra money.
Gympact is a neat little app that actually has the potential to pay you money if you exercise and/or go to the gym. Or, if you don’t meet your fitness goals, you can actually lose money. This is a fun little app because the risk of losing money, and the promise of earning it, can keep you motivated to stick to the fitness goals you set for yourself each day.
So everyone wants to know, what work at home companies are great to work for? I’ve had a lot of people ask me this in the past, and in all honesty it’s a tough call because so many people have different experiences with the same companies. The list is not perfect and it’s not complete, but I’ve done a lot of research to come up with what’s here. Feel free to agree, disagree, or vote for YOUR favorite.