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I Can't Believe I tried that

Updated on March 31, 2016

I've worked here

First off let me welcome you to this page to see whats what about working at home. Recently I became interested in working at home to get a source of extra income so I can turned to the place I frequent the most the big world wide web.

The offset of trying to work at home in the Caribbean

So here I was filtering through what to do how to get a job where to get a job. Then I hit a road block. The main opportunities were for those who live in the US,UK or even India. NO WORK FOR THOSE IN THE CARIBBEAN BASIN

I Saw the Light

Filtering through Google gets you no where why there are tons of ads for work at home jobs paying $1000 But you need to pay upfront start up fees.So how to navigate the deep blue sea and trust me i'm no swimmer i turned to work at home job blogs http://wahadventures.com/ ,http://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com/ and http://realwaystoearnmoneyonline.com/. From this I discovered different categories for jobs without further adue lets get down to business here they are :

  • Trancscription
  • phone jobs
  • Writing
  • Freelancing
  • Blogging
  • Taking Surveys
  • Usertesting

SO how am I getting paid

like i said a majority of companies cater to only first world country but there is a niche for every one to take part in activities to earn money.

Basically what this is about developers want to ensure that the content they place online is one that can be used by customers or if it turns them away. In turn they contract sites like usertesting.com to get feedback on websites they launch. That's where you come in, you are paid $10 for every 15 minute video you upload , so hows that for being paid for your opinion.

  • Slice the Pie

This is the second job that i recently started and to be honest i love this one the most out of the two. Slicethepie launched back in 2007 as a platform to launch and promote up and coming music artiste. This is basically you providing feedback on songs and different aspects of the song. Slicethepie pays 0.05-0.25 for each review provided .

Which Job do you believe is worth working at home for

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