I’ve gotten lots of requests over the years for a Swagbucks review, so here it is. If you’re not already members, I think most of you have probably at least heard of the site. It’s a rewards site that makes it possible for you to earn cash and incentives in lots of different and fun ways. It should be noted from the start that Swagbucks is not a job. No one does it for a living.
Are you always on the lookout for mystery shopping jobs? Have you ever wondered what a mystery shopping job offers? Have you ever wondered how much money mystery shoppers make? Now since I have your attention, GAPbuster, might be a mystery shopping job for you to check out. What Exactly is GAPbuster? GAPbuster is a mystery shopping company founded in 1994, and headquartered
Do you have a lot of friends on Facebook? Do you have a lot of junk lying around the house? Do you have a product that you could sell? Well, then selling on Facebook might be your answer. Unless, you have been living on a desert island without a cell phone or any hint of civilization since 2004, you no doubt know about Facebook. You probably don’t just know about it, but have many friends
There’s been an interesting non-phone job making the rounds over the last several months — online shopping for FETCH. If you’re not familiar with it, FETCH is actually a smartphone app you can download for your Apple or Android device to use to help you make shopping decisions. All you do to use the app is simply submit a request letting FETCH know what you’re looking to buy, and then one of
People are always asking me which services they can offer as a virtual assistant. I always answer them back with several questions of my own: What skills do you have? What do you enjoy doing? Which services or skills is your ideal client in need of? Which industry do you plan on serving? What other skills are you willing to learn? While this may seem like total overwhelm, it really isn’t. It is important now to
Have you ever dreamed about helping a famous actress write her life story? Are you okay with writing behind the scenes and not receiving acknowledgement for your work? Do you enjoy research and are able to adapt to another person’s style of writing or speaking? Then becoming a ghostwriter may be something you could enjoy doing from home. What Exactly is Ghostwriting? Despite its name, ghostwriting is
If you blog, you may often find yourself wondering what in the heck you are going to blog about today. Trust me, I’ve been there more times than I could ever count. Usually this results in me spending an hour racking my brain, trying to come up with something. And yes, this is time wasted, being completely unproductive. The absolute best way to ensure you always know what you’re going to write
Sometimes one of the hardest things to do when working from home is to stay fit. Why? Well, we all know the reasons why deep down. Most work-at-home jobs are sedentary. Most of us feel too busy to exercise. Most of us are only one room away from the kitchen. There are many other reasons, but wouldn’t you agree that these seem to be the top five reasons we don’t stay fit?
Over the past several months, I’ve been coming across various “online stylist” jobs. If you are someone who has an eye for fashion and absolutely loves putting together outfits, then you’ll want to read on because you actually can get paid to do it from home. Below are three different ways you can work from home as a fashion stylist. The first is a traditional work from home job, while the other two
MyCrowd is one of a growing list of services that help companies run usability tests on software and websites. Workers are able to perform the tests from the comfort of home, trying out products and features that are still in need of refinement. One thing that sets MyCrowd apart from most other services in this category is that they treat the whole usability testing process like a game. You can earn points
People constantly ask me where do I find my clients in my virtual assistant practice. My answer is always the same, “Everywhere!” In other words, I have diversified my “marketing pie” to have clients coming from several good sources and not just one. Before you can really find clients, you need to be clear on several things. Such as, what services do I want to offer?