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How To Make Money From Home

Updated on April 23, 2020

This article is about a few ways to make money from the privacy of your home. Rather you don’t have a job or you are stuck in your home because of covid-19 and the stay at home order. After reading this article you will know a few ways to make some money from the privacy of your own home while staying safe and healthy.

1. Write Articles & Blog Entries

If you have always had a passion for writing then create a blog and sign up for ads revenue sites such as Google Adsense and Media dot net because they will allow you to place ads on your blog that will earn you money and all you will have to do is keep writing blog entries. You can also do some freelance writing by writing articles and submitting them to appropriate magazines and newspapers looking for that type of content and if they want to publish it they will pay you. I also recommend joining HubPages.

2. Clean Your House

The most obvious way to make money is clean your house because you will find a lot of stuff that you no longer need that you can sell to someone who needs it and as an added bonus your house will look a whole lot better, clean, you will have more space and you will have some extra cash in your wallet.

3. Create A YouTube Channel

If you have a great personality, if you’re creative and you aren’t camera shy then you might excel well as a YouTuber. Create a channel on YouTube and start uploading videos and market yourself on social media. The good thing about YouTube is you can put ads on your videos with Google Adsense to earn money based on your views but you have to get slot of views to earn a lot of money.

4. Become A Phone Sex Operator

If you have a sexy voice or a unique accent and a great imagination then you will probably do well as a phone sex operator. All you need to get started is a phone and you can use a mobile phone. The two biggest sites to work as a phone sex operator are niteflirt (scroll down on the website and click “become a flirt“ at the bottom of the page to get started) and talktome dot com (Scroll down and click “register as a talker” to get started). It is my opinion that a phone sex operator will get more calls on talk to me. For your information, you have to be 18 or over to work on either of these sites. You will need either a credit card or a debt card to verify that you are 18 or over. You can get paid by either checks sent in the mail or automatic deposits to your bank account.

There you have it, four legit ways to make money from the privacy and safety of your own home while staying healthy and avoiding catching the corona virus.

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