eBook Review: Jump-Start Your Work at Home General Transcription Career

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Today’s eBook review is on Lisa Mill’s “Jump-Start Your Work at Home General Transcription Career – The Fast & Easy Way to Get Started.” It’s currently available at Amazon. This book pretty much walks you through the process of getting started in general transcription. I have a lot of readers who are interested in general … Read more

4 Quick Ways to Create Images For Your Blog Posts

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It’s a good idea to have an image to go along with every blog post you create, especially considering how popular Pinterest has gotten! Now, if you have something like a craft blog or a┬árecipe blog, it’s not going to be that hard to simply take pics of what you made and upload them. But … Read more

Twitter Tips for Authors Course by Connie Brentford – Is It Worth It?

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I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never really understood Twitter. If you are one of my Twitter followers, you’ve probably seen me on there — not doing much besides tweeting out my own content and the occasional retweet of someone else’s. And that’s about the extent of my Twitter use. I “get” Facebook, … Read more

Where to Find the BEST Work From Home Job Leads

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Good work from home job leads are really not that hard to find if you know where to look and, in the case of Craigslist, what to look for. There are lots of bloggers and webmasters, including myself, who spend hours per┬áday hunting up good work at home leads to share. Today I’m showing you … Read more

22 Work at Home Facebook Pages You Should Follow

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Yesterday, Miranda at Work at Home Adventures wrote a very interesting post about how a lot of people are resistant to signing up for Facebook and how this resistance could be detrimental to their efforts at finding legit work from home. I couldn’t agree more. Many of the job leads and other information I discover … Read more