need a little bit of advice

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by bbygrl1999, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. bbygrl1999

    bbygrl1999 New Member

    I need to make about $1000 a month. I don't mind putting in time or effort but I would like to work at home and I don't have the financies to invest in anything right now? Does anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    What are your skills and experience. There are many companies that offer customer service and transcription jobs
     
  3. bbygrl1999

    bbygrl1999 New Member

    I think I have pretty good typing skills, and I can trouble shoot some computer problems. The only experience I have, though, is personal. I have fixed my mom's and a couple of my friends computers; but that's about it. Nothing professional.
     
  4. wolney

    wolney New Member

    You can try:

    to build a Blog (www.blogger.com)
    get some clickbank information
    use Traffic Exchang to get attention
    Adsense

    Cheers,
    Wolney
     
  5. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

  6. Hemjoe

    Hemjoe Member

    Another option you could consider is marketing online, i guess this is what wolney suggested but you would need to find someone who would be willing to teach you how it all work or pay a little out for the information, This however takes time so if you don't have much time then freelance writing could be better suited for you
     
  7. successnow

    successnow New Member

    Look at GDI it is only $10/month. I know that you said you have nothing to invest but if you could scrape together $10/month you could use forums, article marketing and blogging as free forms of marketing. These types of marketing are very effective if you are consistent and persistent, but they do take more time than most paid types of advertizing. Write down your goals and "why" and you can acheive them regardless of the opportunity.

    To success,

    Harold
     
  8. tldtim

    tldtim New Member

    If you enjoy writing you could always set yourself up on some of the freelance websites to be hired to write articles and such. OR you could start a blog, and try to generate income from it.

    From your description of skills these two seem to be the best options for you. Any other skills you might add?
     
  9. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Quoting: bbygrl1999I think I have pretty good typing skills, and I can trouble shoot some computer problems. The only experience I have, though, is personal. I have fixed my mom's and a couple of my friends computers; but that's about it. Nothing professional

    Some of the hosting companies hire telecommute workers for customer support
     
  10. stallion

    stallion New Member

    Hi all! Well I am another newbie needing help. I am a retired mailman with a disability looking to make some money with my pc, I am not afraid to work but I really need some help to get pointed in the right direction lol I am looking into the average joe income program,any advice would be appreciated,thanks loads[​IMG]
     
  11. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    If you have a disability, you can check Jlodge
     
  12. twnuck

    twnuck New Member

    Are you looking to start your own business or do you want to make $1,000 working for someone else?
     
  13. danpan

    danpan New Member

    Quoting: stallionHi all! Well I am another newbie needing help. I am a retired mailman with a disability looking to make some money with my pc, I am not afraid to work but I really need some help to get pointed in the right direction lol I am looking into the average joe income program,any advice would be appreciated,thanks loads

    You can check out the opportunity with GDI! It costs a measly $10/month. It might not be for you or it could be what you were looking for!
     
  14. mwwolf62

    mwwolf62 New Member

    Hey kid, download BlueVoda. It's a free website builder. You do it off line but it looks the same as it would online. If you get the hang of it, you can build some really professional looking sites. Show your mom, and if she likes it, ask her to pony up the 8 bucks a month for you to get it hosted on the internet. You'll know in a month if you'll make money or not. But if you can tinker with pc's, I would make a good bet that you have the talent, whether you have the drive to keep your nose to the grindstone for a couple of weeks is up to you. Yes it only takes an average person 2-4 weeks to learn and market their site. Not THE average person but AN average person, if you get my drift.
    mike wolf
     

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