Working at home

United States
December 10, 2010 9:16pm CST
So I have heard lots about stuffing envelopes and how most of them are scams but does anyone know of any jobs like that that are real? Or any working at home jobs that involve no upfront money?
3 responses
16 Oct 11
If you are comfortable writing articles or reviews I suggest that you look into blogging. If you are interested in the right sort of topic there is good money to be made especially if you have knowledge and expertise in an unexploited but popular niche. It’s not what I would call get rich quick, you have to work hard at building not only your article base on your blog but also an audience and trust me it is a learning experience. But at the same time as trying to establish your own blog you can use your writing skills to publish original articles on sites where you can earn money such as Helium, Hubpages, Wikinut and Squidoo. And often these sites will not only help start bringing in some money whilst establishing your blog but also can be used to market it.
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• United States
20 Oct 11
huh thank you for the information. I am not sure if I would be able to come up with a blog that would bring in enough people though, I am not even sure what I would do one on. But thank you just the same for the information.
@Wefight (330)
11 Dec 10
Well yes your completly right most of the sites promising now adays too give you lots of money are normally to good to be true and will scam you and sometimes even try and rob your paypal details and bank details.Like you said in one of your comments you could do avon it pays quite a bit and i use too find it pretty fun to do as the more you sell the more you make so if you sell none then you dont make any money.Plus you dont need a car to do a job like this you could do walking around like i use to do.Or there are jobs like paper rounds or leaflet delivering i know my friend done this for a few weeks and made about $60 a day because he use to work like crazy cycling round.Or ofcourse you could just stick too mylot and be really active well as active as you can be.It also matters about where you are in the world as here in the United Kingdom jobs are differant too them in other places around the world. I wish you the best of luck in finding a job soon and happy christmas and have a merry new year.
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• United States
20 Oct 11
I have thought about Avon but am unsure if I could sell enough to make it worth my while. I live in the US so job searching is probably different. I like the sound of leaflet delivery that wouldn't be too hard and would get me out and about more, I wonder where you would go to get a job like that. I will have to do some searching, thank you.
@abhaijith (2951)
• India
11 Dec 10
If you are searching for online jobs, its better go to the freelancers sites like getfreelancer.com,oDesk.com. There you can work as a freelancer and can get jobs suitable to you. Good Luck friend.
• United States
11 Dec 10
Thanks but I am trying to find jobs to do out of my home like avon or mary kay but since I have no car I need something where a car isn't required or needed.