Monday, January 24, 2000

Working at Home

Remember, a company should never charge you to work for them. Never pay a fee to learn more about work at home jobs. The real opportunities come from honest, reasonable companies who will support you through thick and thin. Some companies may ask that you pay for a background or drug test, and these should be offered through a third party after being offered employment. Never hesitate to check a company out before sending them any private information. An established company should be easily found through a normal search engine, like And if you would like to get in touch with me, just click here.

Who wants to get dressed in the morning? Here are some of my favorite FREE resources for working at home:
  • is a great resource for Work at Home moms, dads, or for anyone who just doesn't want to spend all day in a cubicle. There are great articles, as well as forums for interaction. Check the Job Listing section every day, as it is updated quite often!

  • is also a great resource for the stay at home worker. They scour the web for free work at home opportunities. They do all the hard work for you!

  • lets you submit stories, blogs, photos, video, and music and share them for extra cash. You do have to promote yourself, and the more you are viewed, the more money you make.

  • Text121 has several different chat jobs that you can apply for. Check out their website to get more information, as I have personally never worked for or received money from them.

Companies That Pay Me:

Demand Media: This is my "real" work at home job. Demand Media can allow you to work enough hours to actually work at home full -time, whereas the other jobs really need to be combined to earn any significant money. Demand Media provides "How-To" videos on a vast amount of topics. You can apply to be a filmmaker, expert, transcriber, copy editor, writer, or title proofer. They are very fair and generous with the pay, and there is always work available.

Google Adsense: If you have a website or a blog, then you probably already have a Google AdSense account. You get paid every time someone clicks on your ads or uses a search engine on your site. If you visit a free page often, it's really helpful to click on the ads on the page every now and then. That's how good sites keep going.

Hits4Pay: Guess what? All survey sites aren't scams. I fill out surveys and visit web pages for this company, and yes, you really do make REAL money. You won't get rich, but you'll have some extra cash in your PayPal account!

CashCrate Very good survey website, no credit cards needed. Pays out every month. pays you for every question that you answer or review. The questions are sent in by users on their cell phones, via an 800 number, or through the website. Check out the website and click on "Become a Guide" in the bottom right corner of the screen. lets you fill out surveys or review websites to make cash. It's not just a few cents, either; most offers are at least $1 and can go even higher. Try them out!

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