#11- TranscribeMe, a company that pays up to $20 per hour for an audio transcription. As a requirement, you must pass their short transcription test for you to be shortlisted for transcription projects. TranscribeMe pays weekly via PayPal for every completed order.
If you get an unsolicited email telling that a company that you have never heard of wants to hire you for a job where you don’t need experience or skills and can make a lot of money, trash it. There are lots of scams out there, some of which are personalized and sound quite legitimate.
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More than ever, writers are needed to formulate news articles, create content, and come up with the creative ideas that fill the pages of nearly every site on the Internet. And although many bigger sites have in-house writers, a growing number of sites outsource their content and hire freelance writers and content creators. Writing experience is very helpful, but what you really need to get started are drive, ambition, and the ability to find a unique angle on events that happen every day.
Sounds exciting! I started brainstorming products after listening to your podcast. I actually picked one but then after some feedback it didn’t seem like such a good idea. So now I’ve got to rethink it! I can’t wait to hear about your process though.
We’ve all heard countless pieces of advice on how to make a good impression during a job interview. It is certainly important to show up on time, freshly groomed, appropriately dressed, and ready to impress. Equally important is smiling, not interrupting, providing thoughtful answers, and maintaining good eye contact. In addition, we must not forget critical elements for success like researching the company, giving a firm handshake, keeping mobile devices stored away and of course, following up with a time-honored staple, the thank you note.
Thank you so much for this list. I’ve been working at home for 8 months and it has it’s up and downs but I do enjoy the freedom I just wish I could make more. I’m definitely going to look into some of these while I continue my current job because I love it and the products. Thanks autumn.momsprovide.com
This is a great list! Will definitely recommend to friends and family – highly worth the read. I just have a recommendation – a new site that has just started up and pays quite well. It’s called UserTest. Like UserTesting but I find you get paid better. You can check it out here: https://usertest.io
Research, research, research: It’s important to know exactly whom you’re working for. When you find a job posting you’re interested in, take special care to research the company that’s hiring. Check them out with the Better Business Bureau and conduct a Web search for any complaints or less-than-stellar reviews.
Do you have an eagle eye for grammar? With the huge amount of copy that exists across the web, companies are always looking for online proofreaders. You could weed out errors on a website or turn internal documents into polished final drafts.
The pay usually ranges anywhere from $20 – $300 per blog post depending on who you’re writing for and how long/detailed the post is. Freelance blogging is how I earn my income and is a topic I’ve extensively covered.
ALEXA- girl, it is so obvious you worked really hard on this list! Thank you so much. I see posts like this from awesome work from home bloggers like you and it makes me genuinely SO hopeful and optimistic that career world is changing toward a more flexible way of operating – both for moms and people who want to travel !