I Need extra cash... Any Internet job recomendation?

Discussion in 'Casual Chat' started by jare, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. jare

    jare New Member

    Hi: I have a regular job as Graphic Artist at a Newspaper in my town from 12:00m to 9:00pm, I wake up at 7:30am to leave my kids at school, from 8am to 11am I do nothing just see tv. I Need extra cash... Any Internet job, graphic or data entry recomendation?

    Thanks for this forum, I think is great!!!

  2. shun

    shun New Member

    Hi Jose and welcome.

    I invite you to take a look at my business if you are serious about making money from home and bringing in extra cash between 8am and 11am while your kids are at school and you are doing nothing. The pay plan is very simple and easy to understand how you will make money!

    [Link removed - Admin]

  3. wahmommy702

    wahmommy702 New Member

    I have just started my own website. You will find a link to write for cash. This is a great starting opportunity.

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  4. PeteMak

    PeteMak New Member

    My business opportunity lets you work when ever you want nights,days,evenings. If you are serious about making a change in life and wanting to earn more money, than I would be glad to help you get started with my business. 3 hours a day is good to work the business and after you have people working for you than all you need is 2 or 1 hour a day of work.
    Take a look at the short video clip on my site and then let me know if you are interested, email me any questions you have and I will be glad to answer them.
    Thanks Peter
    P.S. Maybe your current job at Graphic Artist can help you in my business and get you started off well.
  5. buckeyeboy1986

    buckeyeboy1986 New Member

    I have a way i have made money money online. It's quick and easy and isn't very time consuming at all. Simply take surveys and have research companies pay you for your opinions. It's all explained in my website below. You won't get rich but you'll earn some money that will help. I've tested all these sites myself and have gotten paid from all of them. Check it out and start earning some money.
  6. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Have you tried bidding on freelance projects on sites like guru.com/elance.com?
  7. RedRobin

    RedRobin New Member

    I also recommend Guru.com for finding part time and temporary jobs you can do at home. I have had pretty good luck using their services. I would also suggest that you look at some of the other on line employment services to see what they have to offer. Monster.com may offer something you might be interested. Even your state Job Service may have a job for you to do part time in the morning.
    Keep us posted here at the forum and please share your experiences with us.
  8. nikkidoll

    nikkidoll New Member

    I have a website where you can find work from home jobs. There are callcenter and transcribing jobs. [Link removed - Admin]
  9. nikkidoll

    nikkidoll New Member

    Someone needs to ban this guy for posting this long page onto this board. Have you ever heard of links papi?

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  10. RedRobin

    RedRobin New Member

    Hello Again,
    Have you looked at your specialized talents and skills to determine what you could do to work from home? Do you like to bake? Perhaps you could bake for a local restaurant? If you like to teach, perhaps you could give art lessons at home. Do you have a craft or hobby you could turn into money? If you play a musical instrument, you could give lessons in your home. Find something you already do, and enjoy doing, and turn it into a money making venture.

    You could possibly sell your products online someplace like Ebay.
    Speaking of eBay, if you like to hit the garage sales and thrift stores in your area, getting an early start will allow you to get to the best items before they are picked over by other shoppers. I personally love to shop garage sales and thrift stores. I think the trick to this type of shopping for resale is to know what you are buying. If you have an area of expertise or are a collector, you know about what an item should be worth. If you are not sure, check out the item on eBay to see if it is selling. You can also see the average amount of money your garage sale or thrift store finds might bring in.

    I believe that if you look for something you might like personally, you can have a better chance of selling the item online. Do your research, set yourself a spending limit, and have a great time looking at the great stuff at your local thrift store. Most thrift stores use the money they make for contributions to charities, so you would be helping yourself and others at the same time. The excitement of a treasure hunt adds to the fun.

    Have fun looking at other peoples goodies, and I hope you find some great items you can sell for profit. I have made some decent money selling on eBay, and hope you will be able to do so, too.

    When I get more time, I'll share some of my eBay tips and experiences with you.

  11. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Good post Robin! Looking forward to your tips on selling on eBay.
  12. wahumor

    wahumor New Member

  13. CBBC1

    CBBC1 New Member

    i'd recommend avoiding offers made by message board-types who want to invite you to their life of quick riches.

    but that's just me.
  14. mcdoog

    mcdoog New Member

    Hi Jose,

    I am a full time affiliate marketer and have left the "real job" behind about 3 years ago :)

    You might want to consider searching Google for affiliate marketing...look into...I personally love it...I work only when I feel like it and go play with my kids whenever I want :)

    Vishal's suggestion of elance and guru are great ideas. You might also want to check out rentacoder.com as well.

    Another idea that you might want to consider is as you surf the net and find sites with poor graphic design you might want to send them an e-mail mentioning your services and your pricing....

    I hope this helps....
  15. alfa_375

    alfa_375 New Member


    I think being a graphic designing you can do a lot specially on internet. Like you can make logos and webpage templates. Some of them you might be having on your PC.

    To start with you need a website even free can work.
    Then you have to setup all your logos and templates.
    You can get a merchant account with stormpay or paypal free.

    Then go ahead market it online or offline.
    Even this busines you can make it offline also by keeping a good color printer.

    Being working in newspaper you might be getting some discounts on advertisements.

    Like Robin says ebay is one of the best way to go in with. I never tried ebay but still I no it is the mother of all auction sites.

    Finally you can join some autosurf sites where you can start with as little as 6 bucks.

    If you need any help don't hesitate to ask

    Every thing is there in this world for every body
    Just we have take a profitable decision.

    Best of luck
  16. gary99

    gary99 New Member

    I've just recently posted some new articles (some by me) on my website. The most recent ones deal with how to get started working from home, specifically making money with Google AdWords and affiliate marketing.

    [Link removed - Admin]

    Let me know if you have any questions, I'm willing to help out.

  17. SKEPTIK1

    SKEPTIK1 New Member

    REDROBIN.....I saw your post about EBAY....was wondering exactly how it works......my mother who is disabled loves to create beaded necklaces and bracelets....they are very nice and beads are a hot fashion accessory now....any suggestions on how we can turn this into a profitable money making hobby??? Was thinking of starting a website but that could take lot's of time....would love the help and input....thanks
  18. SKEPTIK1

    SKEPTIK1 New Member

    Another post.....these "paid surveys"....i have been looking into them and even registered with a few but i find that in every one i looked at.....(that is when you get to the part that says.....take this survey and we will pay you x amount of dollars)......they ask for a fee of some sort....or your credit card....my screen name isn't skeptik1 for nothing.....how do you get paid for legit companies that really want your opinion....i also do this in person with companies in my area that look for market research...they pay pretty good for an hour taste test and survey...usually $60 or more!!
  19. Proto

    Proto New Member

    Hey -

    I just found your great site. Good ideas from everyone, but especially impressed with the members motivation to find work and ways of doing it. It's wonderful to see so many supportive people looking out for each other. You Rock!

    I'm really interested in, and fairly good at, digital photography and editing. I'd appreciate any ideas about how to make some $$$ in these areas. Seems like everyone has a digital camera now and there are many easy to use editing programs, so I don't know even if there's a market for such. I have a background in visual arts and design, and consider myself to have an excellent eye for color and composition.
  20. happygal

    happygal Member

    I agree, surveys are a fun, great way to make some extra cash. Just be careful which ones you sign up for and NEVER pay anyone a cent to jopin a list, sign up for a survey company, etc. It's all out there and free.

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