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  • #2074
    Profile photo of Sanoa

    Many of the work at home jobs I see are sales jobs, usually in a multi-level marketing scheme. I really am not a salesperson, so I’m trying to find work beyond that. What kind of work do you do and do you like it?

  • #2319
    Profile photo of Jasper15

    I have been running into the same problem. There are a few different things that I want to do, but I haven’t found the market for them yet. I have an accounting degree so I would love to do something like that, but so far the only thing I have found is a bookkeeping gig for a sole proprietor. I also do a lot of painting so I really want to try and become a freelance artist. Hopefully soon I will be able to find where I belong!

  • #2394
    Profile photo of Mimi

    Most of my money making attempts, so far, have been trying to sell on Ebay. I was pretty successful for awhile, but the fees and shipping have become such a big deal, that I don’t like to fool with that much any more. If I had a painting talent, or was crafty, I would definitely try Etsy.

  • #2463
    Profile photo of Susana

    I do mainly transcription work and I’ve done well with that. I’ve sold things on eBay as well, but summer is notoriously slow so I can’t rely too much on that as a solid source of income for the next couple of months. I would like to try article writing, but I have not found a site that could be a reliable source of income.

  • #2511
    Profile photo of sunny18

    I have tried writing too, but so far I’m not doing well at all. Most of the sites want you to be a content writer with lots of SEO keywords, and I just don’t know how to do that. If anyone knows of a good site, I would love to hear about it.

    • #2513
      Profile photo of Amanda

      @sunny18 If you are interested in learning about SEO check out this beginners guide It’s extremely helpful!

      The cool thing is anyone can learn how to write quality SEO articles, you don’t need to take a class or become certified and just learning a little bit will go a long way with freelance writing jobs.

      I personally do a little bit of everything, sales, customer service, tech support, writing, live chat, transcription, computer lessons, computer repair, and obviously running this website. I like to have at least 1 main job that I do full time and can live off of and about a dozen other things that I can earn from and keep things fresh if I need a change of pace.

      Look around the site here and you may find some great alternatives to sales 🙂

  • #2605
    Profile photo of sunny18

    Thank you, Amanda! I will definitely look at the guide you suggested. I have been thinking about trying to blog some, and I know that would help me a lot.

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