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If you’re looking for the opportunity to earn money online, you should try Ipsos. They’re one of the oldest, most respected marketing research companies around. The surveys and focus groups they invite users to participate in are
Opinion Outpost–one of the sites that I have included on my online surveys and focus groups page–just informed me that they are looking for new members. Registration is free and open to anyone. I have personally used Opinion Outpost (I ALWAYS test a site before I post it here for my readers), and it’s a very easy site to use and maneuver. They pay you with points, which you then redeem for money. They send you a check when you cash in your points. My friend takes surveys for them …
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Many of you have heard of ChaCha (www.ChaCha.com) as a way to work at home and make money online. The opportunity is simple: take a couple of skills tests to determine your typing speed and accuracy, as well as how well you are able to research information online. ChaCha guides earn money by logging onto the ChaCha interface (also known as the “underground”), and answering questions sent in to ChaCha from users all over the United States.
The ChaCha.com Tests
The entrance tests for ChaCha.com are relatively simple. You …
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Tag sales. Yard sales. Garage sales. No matter what you call them, they are sure-fire money-makers. You know how they work: people drag their unwanted clothing, trinkets, and doodads out into the garage or yard, slap some price tags on them and invite strangers over to browse and buy. I’m sure you know you can sell your own stuff for some quick cash, but did you know that you can turn this idea into a career, and start a tag sale business?
What do you need to start a tag sale …
*All*, At Home Jobs, Telecommuting, Transcription »
Speak Write is looking for independent contractor transcriptionists that can perform transcription jobs from home. The job requires a home computer and internet access.
Employees are free to create their own schedule, two weeks in advance, so you will have control over what hours you work. At your scheduled time, you will log in, receive your assignments, transcribe them, and email them back to the clients.
Employees are paid 1/2 cent per word typed. Though that doesn’t sound like a lot, fast and accurate typists have been known to make over $15 …
BlueZebra –formerly known as B2B– has been in business for 20 years, as a professional business appointment setting company. They’re currently a “virtual” company, which means that they hire employees to work from home.
The appointment setting job involves cold-calling, and setting qualified appointments for Blue Zebra clients. Starting pay is between $15 and $25 per hour, with a pay increase within 60 days. For more information about this job, and to apply, click here.
The job of the virtual administrative assistant is to support Blue Zebra’s sales and marketing teams. The …
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Amazon has an opportunity for you to work from home, fulfilling what they call HITs. A HIT is a Human Intelligence Task, which are small jobs that can only be done by humans. Tasks are requested by people and companies online, and
*All*, At Home Jobs, Freelance Writing, Resume writing »
During a recession, there are certain jobs that are considered recession-proof. This means that no matter how bad the economy gets, people in these fields will still manage to hold onto their jobs. Some of these require a lot of education (physicians, for instance), while others don’t require as much education or training.
One of these recession-proof jobs is also a work at home job: resume writer. With the economy in a slump, thousands of people are losing their once-secure jobs, and finding themselves needing to search for new jobs. A …
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A few months ago, I started writing for eHow. It was a little before Christmas, and I decided I had nothing to lose. I am so glad I did. Registering for eHow is absolutely free, and the work is simple. Members write
My best friend’s niece recently moved into town. Her husband is a nurse, and I was surprised at how much money they seemed to have. With three kids, the family is still able to afford a nice condo, two new cars, nice clothes, and two vacations a year. I asked