Jenny Tan has extensive experience in sales, marketing, finance, business development, retailing businesses, vision care and consultancy. Jenny always has the spirit of entrepreneur at heart, who believes absolutely nothing is impossible in life and every human being has been born with talent and potential. After years of experience and obstacles along the way, Jenny has co-founded Think Maverick with a group of like-minded and determined internet entrepreneur.
Despite the political fallout surrounding GoDaddy, from a purely technical perspective, many of their sites load extremely slow(this could be the result of trying to cram as many sites on to the same shared server for maximum profitability). I know of several Web Designers that refuse to have their clients hosted on GoDaddy just for this reason alone. A few months ago, several sites that were hosted by GoDaddy went down and despite the rumors, they weren’t hacked; but, it was an internal technical issue as admitted by them. Not exactly a glowing testimonial as a reason to use their service.
There are exceptions to every rule, of course, and some types of work-from-home jobs do require an upfront investment. But that investment should be in yourself – like buying a headset to perform customer service work, or purchasing materials to craft jewelry that you plan to sell in an online shop. Or formally starting your own business – or increasing your marketable skills through courses and certifications.
Conduent -Conduent is looking for Tier 1 Tech support advisors to provide troubleshooting for their customers. They’re keen to find people who are good at figuring out how technology works and multitasking across various programs. They’re interested in providing their customers a top-flight customer service experience, so they want troubleshooters who are also friendly and engaging with the self-discipline to remain professional while working from home. They do want their prospective advisors to have 6 months experience in customer service – but that experience can come from previously working via phone, chat, or in person. Pretty much all of us have that these days, especially if you’ve ever worked retail! Schedules are flexible, falling between 7 AM CST and 11 PM CST. This is a full-time work-at-home position with benefits.
#17 – 1-800-Flowers – This company is based in New York. They are a flower company and they usually hire Call Center Agents on a permanent, seasonal and temporary basis. You need a landline telephone, internet access and a computer in order to work for them. It is important to note that they hire from specific states only. You need to have previous call center work experience and be over 18 to work for them. Your communication and writing skills should also be good. You can check out their website for further information.
You may have a strong opinion about politics or that you have something to say about AIDS prevention in South Africa. You may believe there is a serious conspiracy going on with the NSA surveillance program, or there is a serious lack of compassion in our society nowadays. You would like to talk about the great sex you had last night, or you just want to let go of your frustration after a tough day in the office.

Direct Interactions – Direct Interactions is looking for independent agents to both make and receive customer calls via telephone. The basic requirements state you must be 18 or older, and you should have a high school diploma or equivalent. That’s it. They’re not hiring in HI, MA, MI, NJ, NY, PA, or Washington D.C. To qualify for the position, make sure you have a home landline telephone, a PC (running Windows 7.8 or 10)  with high-speed Internet access, and a USB headset. You should also be very responsible, self-motivated, a great communicator, and be able to both quickly identify problems and quickly offer solutions. Pay is between $10 – $12 hourly, and they most only hire for part-time. Payment is made via direct deposit twice a month.
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Starting a blog allows you the opportunity to contribute small pieces of content gradually, and with enough content and effective marketing, you can grow an audience. Once you have an audience, there are a number of ways to monetize the traffic, such as Google AdSense, affiliate links, a blog store, selling ad space on the blog, or curating your content into an e-book to sell, among others.
If you’re a fitness buff and have the right combination of charisma and business sense, working as a part-time online personal trainer can be both physically and financially rewarding. Once you build up a reputation and client base for yourself, it could easily turn into a full-time endeavor for you. Check out this interview with several fitness blog owners who are making a living online, from MonetizePros. As well, I'd recommend checking out this resource if you want to take this business idea seriously and get started with a business plan for your personal fitness trainer business today.

A fitness site can have numerous revenue streams. Create healthy eating plans and recipes and lock them away as premium content. Promote and sell a fitness training course, eBook, or a series of videos. Or advertise your own personal fitness services on your site. Topfithub is  a good example of a fitness site with decent video content alongside product reviews.


If you have a background in a specific field, you may find there is a demand for writing industry papers in your area of expertise. For example, there are often adverts for doctors, lawyers, nutritionists, and business experts from particular niches, to write white papers on different subject areas. These are well paid jobs that you will need to stake your reputation on, but that can often be worked on from the comfort of your own home.
It is very profitable. It's a competitive niche which is good because it means that there's activity. Making it happen however would take time and will be challenging especially if you're sticking with a broad term which is "Make Money Online". Content creation is the best way to attack this. Just keep blogging and shoot videos as well creating content around the keywords you've chosen. Use long tail keywords too and always be consistent on creating high quality content while building a list.Also, when creating content, focus on it being evergreen meaning content that stays relevant no matter how long it's been published.
Comfort. Perhaps the biggest thing that you’ll need to do in order to create a successful B&B is to make sure that your guests are as comfortable as they can be. Remember, they’re paying more for the experience of being comfortable away from home. As a trial, spend a night in the room in your house that you intend to rent and view things from a guest’s point of view. Is the temperature comfortable? Is the bath in the room, or at least a comfortable distance away while still being private? Is the bed soft and inviting? The pillows? Is the bedroom interior design, including colors, soothing? Can you hear household noises, or do you feel that you’re in a world of your own? All of these are important questions to ask yourself, but the answers will determine whether or not your guests recommend your place, or come back for another stay. Think about all the minor inconveniences and discomforts that you’ve just gotten used to over the years, and remember that a paying guest might not tolerate those problems for a night. You may need to spend a little money to fix these issues.

I'm a 25 year old, I live in a household of 4, which include my 65 year old Grandmother, My mentally ill mother, and My 9 year old brother, we have an income of $710 a month before bills are paid. As you would guess, I feel its up to me to provide some kind of income for the better of my family. I have been trying for a few years now to make money online, it seems like everything is a scam or you need money to get started which i don't have. I do a bit of graphic design, and digital art, but I don't feel i have enough knowledge nor skill to make good money out of it, I have an account on Fiver for my digital art (here a pic I did http://i.imgur.com/ai7eCFf.jpg ) but haven't got any hits. I have been into computers since I was 11 and built my own, I often find myself helping people fix their pc issues. Although I'm not very educated - book wise, I feel I am still capable of learning new things which could help me earn money online. If anyone has any advice or could help me I would be very grateful.


I'm a 25 year old, I live in a household of 4, which include my 65 year old Grandmother, My mentally ill mother, and My 9 year old brother, we have an income of $710 a month before bills are paid. As you would guess, I feel its up to me to provide some kind of income for the better of my family. I have been trying for a few years now to make money online, it seems like everything is a scam or you need money to get started which i don't have. I do a bit of graphic design, and digital art, but I don't feel i have enough knowledge nor skill to make good money out of it, I have an account on Fiver for my digital art (here a pic I did http://i.imgur.com/ai7eCFf.jpg ) but haven't got any hits. I have been into computers since I was 11 and built my own, I often find myself helping people fix their pc issues. Although I'm not very educated - book wise, I feel I am still capable of learning new things which could help me earn money online. If anyone has any advice or could help me I would be very grateful.
Every year, hundreds of millions of documents are notarized in the United States: wills, mortgages, citizenship forms, handgun applications. While for decades, this has all been done in person, there is a budding crop of sites that allow notaries to take their services online. If you’re already a notary, you can sell your services online. Or, if you want to get started, check out the National Notary’s checklist for becoming a certified notary.
There are many ways to get people onto your list. Lead magnets are one such resource. For example, you can build ebooks, checklists and cheat sheets. But you can also do content upgrades, such as PDF versions of an article with added resources in them, four-part video training series, and more. Think about your audience and what you can offer them to better serve them, then treat them with some respect and you'll eventually reap the rewards.
You may decide to create free videos as extra content for your blog, and not sell them at all. If this is the case then you can still make money from these videos by selling advertising space on them (in the same way as discussed for monetizing podcasts). Once you have high volumes of traffic visiting your blog, and watching your videos, you can charge businesses to advertise at the beginning of your videos. Use website’s like Izea to help you connect with companies willing to pay to advertise on your blog.
I’ve covered no-experience-necessary transcription jobs quite a bit already. If you think you’d like to give typing a try, check out these 19 transcription companies that will hire beginners. You might also want to read my complete beginner’s guide to work from home typing jobs. Both articles are a great place to start if you want to get paid to type — no experience required.
If you’re just starting out wanting to learn the ins and outs, right now there is a pretty damn good internship that a group of SEO’s are putting on. I started about a year ago and without much success until I went through one of the internships. They cover niche website building start to finish so I highly recommend it. Just give me an email if you are interested. [email protected]
That’s why for now I have two niche sites and one big site that I focus my time away from work on. I think others in the SEO industry either do have their own sites or get lured in by freelance work. I love the goal of more long term passive income but I have friends who work at agency’s who get easily lured in by making huge hourly rates for freelance projects and rather get the money up front instead of putting the time in to develop a site.
The insight you provide can be the determining factor between someone engaging with your content or your competitors.Your insight offers value to your readers, which can lead to ‘aha’ moments, ‘aha’ moments creates bursts of energy, energy creates action, and the right actions lead to sales. Insightful content cannot be created without going deep on a subject, but insight is very easy to achieve with the right thought process. Insightful content connects your readers to your message, and your personality creates the likeability factor. These two factors coupled together creates a winning combination.
Be professional. When you submit a résumé, don’t type it in ALL CAPS and please don’t avoid the caps lock like the plague. Know how to use it without looking incompetent. Write in complete sentences with proper grammar. Of course, there will be exceptions, but even with the exceptions, you must keep it professional. You’re building their view of you.
Don’t focus on things that won’t make a big difference at the beginning like website design and creating social accounts in every network. Just focus on what works and what’s going to bring you visits, conversions and revenue. If you don’t seem to get good results after a few weeks and your ads aren’t good, its either your content or there’s a lot of competition. Learn from them! With this strategy you can go from 0 to 4 figures per month in just a few weeks. Something that could take 6 months or more with SEO.

I almost didn't list Swagbucks here because, while it's a great rewards site, they list in their terms that you can't expect for up to 10 days after you cash out. However, it's still an option to earn fast cash because some people report getting paid much faster than this. You can redeem you SB (Swagbucks) for Amazon codes, Paypal cash, and gift cards to popular merchandisers among other things. These points build up quickly thanks the the large number of things you can do on the site to earn. I've used this site and been paid many times.
If you are a budding photographer and would like to be paid for your craft then you should consider setting up your own photography website. This is a great way to not only promote your services as a photographer, but also to sell your images. You can charge visitors a fee to download your images. Or, if you’d rather, turn your site into a paid membership site, with free downloads of all images for paying subscribers.

I suppose I should have said She instead of He, and I should not be surprised. Women are notorious for making sure someone is corrected. It is just so frustrating. This person wrote so much helpful information and after reading all that they had provided, this asshat thought to say…….Swagbucks isn’t instant? Really? Why even comment at all? You look so freaking inconsiderate. The age of entitlement……….ho hum. The planet is doomed.

I’m not sure I understand the question entirely James, but I’ll do my best. From my experience, I firstly avoid any BROAD keywords out there, as they are very vague and do not really help me identify the niche: Health, weight loss, make money are all examples of keywords whose traffic data (which is huge) is something I would never rely on to make a site out of. 
Your article has been a great read, especially as someone who has just started seriously blogging. I had a few questions that I wanted to ask you. You write that bloggers should find a niche, and I wonder…how specific does that niche need to be? My blog is a “lifestyle” blog in that it covers fashion, decor, food, and travel. The goal of my blog is to show that people can lead interesting and sophisticated lives by creating luxury through simple comforts in all the related categories I cover. I am very passionate about this idea. There are many blogs like this out there, and I know ultimately it will be my content and voice that set me apart. However, do you think this style blog is unproductive in terms of monetary gains? Is this blog more hobby-geared and going to be impossible for me to ever make a career out of? There are a few very successful blogs like this out there that I know of (such as cupcakesandcashmere.com) that have had tremendous success, but it seems they racked up an audience of readers just through word of mouth (aka social media FB, Twitter, etc), rather than specific techniques like you have outlined. One blog, which is geared towards fashion is just photos of herself in different outfits and has no textual content at all, minus the brand/designers, so I wonder how her blog gained such a huge following?
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