How to Make Money at Home--More Great HubPages
We all want to make more money. Whether you want to supplement your income, or find a way to make it in your pj's here is some great advice.
I searched the last 22 hours of published HubPages and I found a few very good articles.
This Hub gives information on how to start your own business. It links articles on how to start your own jewelry, food, cell phone, wedding, craft and online store business. It is very comprehensive and user friendly!
This Hub gives you advise on choosing affiliate programs. It also gives some good links to affiliate companies.
This is a very concise article about how to find good keywords. I found it extremely helpful!
by David Jackson
This article gives some good tips about blogging. It also has a link I tried out that has some pretty good advise.
Although this is not advice on how to make money at home, it is good advice on how to talk with strangers. If you market an item that includes doing some outside sales, this is good.
This Hub is about how to respond to questions. Responding to questions is a skill many people don't fully practice. Very good advise.
This Hub gives you sites that will pay you to blog. It explains how the different companies pay.
by Research Analyst
This Hub gives tips on how to start a home business cleaning out foreclosed homes.
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