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Must-Apply Work from Home Jobs

Must-Apply Work from Home Jobs

Must-Apply Work from Home Jobs

Common Work-at-Home Positions You Can Apply For

Working at home sounds like a dream come true to most people. No tromping out in the cold weather, no need for business clothes, and perhaps a way to truly have integration of family life and work without being fired. But, what sorts of positions can you find that you can do at home?

Inbound Call Center Agent

An inbound call center agent takes calls using their home phone and computer system from the comfort of their home office (or kitchen table), taking orders for products and services.

For example, you may work on a project for well-known home shopping networks or food chain establishments. Youíll be trained, and have practice calls before you get started. You will make between $8 and $20 dollars per hour from home doing this. Some positions are independent contracting and some are full-fledged employees.

Outbound Call Center Agent

An outbound call center agent makes outbound calls to a list of leads given to them by the company they work with. They will try to sell something to the person they are calling such as magazine subscriptions, vacations, or even provide political information during election season.

It will depend on which company you choose to work with what type of calling you will do. Youíll be trained, provided a script, and learn to be a professional at this type of calling. Typically, on these positions youíre required to hit a certain level of sales to keep your position. The highest earners make about $60,000 per year.

Fundraiser

Every year you likely get fundraising calls. Well, they hire people who work from home to do the fundraising. The pay is usually hourly, from $8 to $20 per hour depending on the program youíre involved with. With less experience you can expect to earn less money since some of this is based on time on the phone and funds collected. Phone work can be challenging, but with more experience youíll always earn more money.

Adjunct Professor

Believe it or not, colleges and universities contract with adjunct professors to teach and or grade their online courses. If you can get your foot in the door there are a lot of opportunities with online teaching at the college level. You will typically need at least a masterís degree in the area you want to teach, and a doctorate definitely will expand your opportunities.

Answering Service

This is a lot like some of the call positions mentioned above in terms of pay, but instead of dealing with sales youíll be answering for businesses and taking messages and/or transferring calls as needed. You could be answering for various doctorsí offices, apartment complexes and other businesses during their lunchtime and off time. Youíll do this from your computer set up right from home.

Customer Service Rep

A customer service rep can work in a variety of ways such as via phone, text, email, chat windows and so forth. You would be trained thoroughly on the products and services and likely need to pass a test for each business youíll be serving to handle customer problems and issues remotely. The pay can range from $8 an hour to $20 an hour.

Online K-12 Instructor

You may not realize it but there now fully online schools, and also some land-based schools that offer some of their less popular courses online. If you have a teaching certificate in the areas needed and experience teaching, you should have no problem finding an online teaching position. The pay is depending on the school. Some schools make you a full employee, and others work you as if youíre an adjunct contractor.

Travel Agent

Yes, travel agents still exist and companies are hiring travel agents (sometimes called travel consultants) to answer phones and help customers plan their trips. Usually you get paid a combination of base pay, and/or a percentage of sales with these types of jobs.

So, you might have to make a lot of sales to make enough money as usually you donít make more than 10 percent or so per sale. But, many travel agents love what they do and often get travel perks too.

Transcription Service

Many types of businesses use transcription services. There are many work-at-home opportunities for transcriptionists. Most of the time the transcribing is medical based but there are also opportunities for other types of transcribing.

A good transcriber can make about $45,000 a year right from home. Sometimes youíre an independent contractor for several companies and other times you will be an employee, depending on your choice of company.

Appointment Setter

Many businesses such as the insurance industry need appointment setters. As an appointment setter youíll be calling leads who have expressed interest in meeting with someone to discuss the product or service being provided.

You’ll simply call the prospect and make the appointments for the business owner adding to their calendar. You may also call back to confirm the appointments 24 hours in advance. Pay can be hourly, or on an appointment-by-appointment basis.

There are many work-at-home positions that you can find today due to the advent of high speed internet and the relatively inexpensive cost of making long distance calls today.

Itís important to check out any company before committing or offering your information to them before you get started, to avoid being scammed. Typically, other than buying and providing your own technology, you should not have to give the company any money to get started.

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Home-based Business or Work from Home Job – Which Is Right for You?

Home-based Business or Work from Home Job - Which Is Right for You?

Home-based Business or Work from Home Job – Which Is Right for You?

Many people often want to work from home for a variety of reasons. Maybe you just had a child and want more work-life balance, or perhaps you have an illness that makes it difficult for you to get out of the house. Or maybe you just like being home and want the freedom to work your own way.

Whatever the reasons you want to work at home, youíll need to choose whether or not you want a job from home, or you want a business from home. Here are eight questions to help you decide.

1. Are You Self-Motivated?

If you want your own business so that you can set your own hours, you will need to be very self-motivated. Youíll need to take time out of your day for marketing, interviewing clients, closing the deal and then doing the work too. Youíll be 100 percent responsible for delivering the work, billing and collecting. Youíll even be responsible for deciding the methods youíll use to do the work. To do that youíll need to be a very self-motivated individual.

2. What Skills Do You Have?

Take a piece of paper and write down a list of the skills you currently have, based on what youíve already done in the past. Can any of these translate into a business? Label them appropriately. Do any of these translate into common work-from-home positions such as call center agent or transcriptionist? Some skills cross over into both, but which side of the list gets full faster?

3. What Sort of Lifestyle Do You Want?

With a work-at-home job youíll be required to ìshow upî for work on time each day that youíre scheduled, and you may have little control over that schedule. Whatís more, with work-at-home positions itís a lot harder than typical jobs to call in sick, whether itís you or a child who is sick. Often the first 90 days you cannot miss your schedule at all if you want to keep the position. Are you ready for that? Or, would you prefer a more family-oriented type of schedule that can be adjusted more easily and is more deliverables-based than hourly-based?

4. Do You Already Have a Business Idea?

If you have already researched a business idea, and feel as if you want to do that instead of working for someone else, can you pull it off? What steps do you need to take to make it a reality? Are you the type of person to be able to organize and take the steps needed to get your business off the ground? Can you find and afford help if youíre not sure what to do to get the business going? Does the thought of all this stress you out?

5. How Do You Feel about Punching a Clock?

For some people the idea of clock punching is relaxing, for others it feels like a nightmare. Neither feeling is right or wrong as it takes all types of people to make this world work. If you know up front that you are fine with punching a clock and youíd rather someone else tell you when to be someplace and what to do, then a work-at-home job is best for you. If that feels like prison to you, then a business is probably better if you can do what it takes to get it going.

6. Do You Have Money to Start a Business?

Starting any type of business, even an online business, requires an investment not only of time, but also of money. Have you worked out a business plan and do you know how much money you need to get started? Do you have that money available? If not, do you have a way to get it? Perhaps working at a job first, while you save for and work on your business on the side, is the way to go if you donít have the funds to start.

7. Do You Need Training and Education?

Both working at a job and owning a business sometimes require skills that you donít have yet. But thatís okay. Decide if you want to invest in the training yourself to get your business off the ground, or if you would like to try to find a work-at-home job where they will train you from the ground up even if you have little experience and due to that the pay may be low.

8. What Is Your Biggest Dream for Your Life?

When you think of the future, what do you see? Does it sound relaxing to get up in the morning, have some breakfast, and move to your home office where you sign in to work at your job, taking a break when needed by telling your manager that you have to use the restroom, or go eat lunch and so forth, then when you get off work youíre totally and fully off? Plus, each week you collect a certain paycheck? Or, do you like the idea of being able to do what you want when you want (and likely working more hours than you ever thought you could) but without the surety of income each week, knowing youíre forging your own future?

Whatever you decide, neither is right or wrong. They are both good choices for you. Whether you want a work-at-home job so you can sign off after the day and focus 100 percent on your family, or whether you want a business that will cross boundaries into family time and vice versa but that puts you 100 percent in charge ñ both are good choices and choices that you are fortunate to have in this age of high speed internet.

Home-based Business or Work from Home Job - Which Is Right for You?

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An Extra $2,500/month? Learn How to Flip Micro Sites

How to Earn An Extra $2,500 Per Month Flipping Websites

A cool $2,500 per month extra? This is how I do it! Website flipping side hustle for beginners. Join our community! #makeextramoney #workfromhome #websiteflipping #flippingwebsites #workfromhomelegit

Are you looking for a way to earn extra money this year? There’s many things you can do. What if I told you that making an extra $2,500 per month was possible working part time, working from home, and being your own boss.

Would you be interested?

Read on to learn how to make money flipping micro websites, to the tune of an extra $30K in 2017 and over $100K in 2018, from flipping!

What is Website Flipping

I’m Jenn and I make money flipping websites.  Just like flipping a house, with website flipping you buy or build a website, add value, build it up, then flip it for a profit! Why? It’s profitable and it’s fun.

Here’s a recent  real life example of a lifestyle blog recently flipped:

Monthly income grown to $1,100/month

Monthly expenses under $100/month

Sold for $5,500

How did this website flipping business start?

It all started a few years ago when I sold my first ecommerce business.  I ran the business for several years before deciding to sell.  I was looking for what to do next when I stumbled upon a Pinterest pin on blogging.

After reading the entire post, I went back to Pinterest to learn as much as possible about blogging.  I had some knowledge about influencers as they were a prime source of traffic for the ecommerce store but I had no idea you could actually make a living as a blogger.

While the majority of bloggers may not make a full time income blogging, many do!

So, I decided to start my first blog. It did fairly well, reaching around 10K page views in the first 30 days, going on to accumulate over 10K social media followers in months following. At around 9 to 10 months in, I decided it was the right time to sell.

I sold that first blog for a cool five figures and then moved onto the next!

Here are some blogs I have built and sold:

Fast forward to today. About a year and 10 websites later, I call myself a website flipper.

Wanna learn how I do it?

How to Get Started Website Flipping

It’s a lot easier than you may think. It all starts with a concept. Your concept or idea or niche is what you’ll blog about. You build a whole website around this. You’ll grow it, monetize it, and at some point in the future, sell it!

This is website flipping!

There are two main ways to get started: buy a site or build a site

Buying a site is the faster approach. You buy an established site, fix it up and sell it at a profit. Simple.

Building a micro website allows you to build from the group up, then improve it up, generate traffic, make it income-producing and sell it for profit.

By the way…

It doesn’t even have to be income-producing or traffic generating. I have sold nearly half a dozen starter sites in the last few weeks with zero traffic and zero income!

You can do this too!

I go the build route because it’s fun for me. I’ve flipped so many sites, I really STILL enjoy the process. I find it very rewarding and I’ve made a lot of friends and learned a lot along the way.

Now, I’m teaching others to do what I do, flipping micro websites!

It’s so easy, really anybody can do it..

  • No technical skills required
  • No website knowledge needed
  • Only 1-3 hours/week required
  • Self-paced
  • Be your own boss
  • Create your own dream schedule

How YOU Can Make An Extra $2,500/Month

My new course, The Art of the Micro Flip takes you through the website flipping journey with me. Together we will build a site, grow it, monetize it and at the end, sell it at a profit!

You will love that the site is ever-growing with fresh new content added each week and month. We’ll be in a website flipping club together!!

Exciting stuff, right?

Here’s exactly what it will look like…

Month 1

This is all it takes, just 30 days. In this time, we’re going to..

  • Build a new site
  • Lay the foundation for a profitable micro site
  • Monetization
  • Traffic buildling
  • Adding content
  • Growing social media

At the end of 30 days you’ll have an amazing website, valuable and ready to flip so you can move onto the next project!

How Much Can You REALLY Make?

I usually earn of average of around $2,500/month, though last year I made six figures flipping!

This was while working this website flipping side hustle part time.  Imagine if you flipped 2-3 sites every month, or more. With the right formula, the potential to make a ton of money is definitely there. Make this a side hustle or make it your full time job, the choice is yours!

1 site X $300=$300

4 sites X $300=$1,200

12 sites X $300=$3,600

Getting Started with The Art of the Micro Flip

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What would you do with an extra $2,500/month?

A cool $2,500 per month extra? This is how I do it! Website flipping side hustle for beginners. Join our community!

$2,500 per month with Website Flipping. This is how!