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Were Could i go ,to find work at home.you must know of some sites ,money is hard

  1. glassman07eddie profile image53
    glassman07eddieposted 8 years ago

    Were Could i go ,to find work at home.you must know of some sites ,money is hard to spend.

    Im looking for work at home.i don't want to spend money do you know of a site were i could sign up with and get paid? If so,plese let me know..

  2. fayans profile image70
    fayansposted 8 years ago

    Are we getting paid creating hubs from home? all at a cost of nothing as it's free, are we not? wink

  3. RobertPalmer profile image55
    RobertPalmerposted 8 years ago

    There's tons of freelancing sites out there.  Come of them have fees associated with them, some do not.

    I personally use www.elance.com and provide copywriting services. 
    I have also used www.getafreelancer.com in the past as well as www.mturk.com (very low paying tasks here and I don't recommend it.)

    Another site that functions in a similar fashion to Hub Pages is www.associatedcontent.com.  you can upload prettymuch anything (articles, photos, video, audio) if they accept it they will eaither pay you up front for it (not much, a couple bucks) or pay you based on the number of page views your content gets.  This is great if you can drive high volumes of traffic.

    You could also look into affiliate marketing.  Amazon, Ebay, and others all have affiliate programs which pay you to refer people to thier products but you only get paid if the referal actually buys the product.

    Adsense is a good way to make a modest income (very modest unless you can drive traffic to your sites.) 

    You could also search Craigslist.  Sound funky, I know, but there are a lot of work-from-home opportunities theres, especially if you're a copywriter, web designer, coder, etc. 

    sorry I can't be too specific, I'm not quite sure what type of work from home solutions you were looking for.  Hope some of those site help you out.

    Just from taking a look at your hubs:  They contain really great info.  I would just a bit of time formatting them and making them a little more eye-appealing.  Break up the text with photos and make sure the bullet points are separated.

    Feel free to drop me a note anytime.

  4. Lucey Knight profile image80
    Lucey Knightposted 8 years ago

    I would say be very careful of any "work at home" offers.  Especially ones that want you to pay up front for information.  There are a lot of scams out there. www.elance.com is a pretty good site.  You could look for work at home projects on www.careerbuilder.com .  Happy Hunting!

  5. shirleybill profile image55
    shirleybillposted 8 years ago

    Here is one that pays me a check every month: http://www.ehow.com
    You may also want to check out Suite101.com they will ask you to fill out an application, but they do pay also.
    Assoicated Content is another place that you may want to get started with. Of course, you will have to wait until your check reaches a certain amount, but its worth it, i think, in the long run.

  6. newcash101 profile image34
    newcash101posted 8 years ago

    Join some affliate programs, create some blogs, write articles, do some youtube videos and then tie (link) everything together. Everything is free except for camera to shoot videos.
    You might not see any money fast but it will come in due time.

    Hope that helps

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    R Wyndhamposted 8 years ago

    Please check out my hubpage; it has useful information:

    http://www.hubpages.com/hub/Helpful-Sug … -From-Home

  8. angryeve profile image54
    angryeveposted 8 years ago

    hi! you could check my hub on legit work online. it explains how a freelance site works, and it's free to join. since i don't recommend any that ask for members for fees. smile

  9. VizFact profile image60
    VizFactposted 7 years ago

    Go to rat race rebellion.com

    They have a ton of free job leads at no cost. You don't have to pay to work for these companies either, nor pay for the info.

  10. mimismiles profile image51
    mimismilesposted 7 years ago

    I have a good opportunity.. it only costs $65 a year. With this, you get 2 websites with shopping carts, and an opportunity to sell a whole lot of namebrand stuff.  I would like to tell you more about it!

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    jasminsantyposted 7 years ago