Most of my loyal subscribers already know that we work extremely hard to provide you with legitimate work at home opportunities and job leads. But even with our own little effort, sometimes you want more. No need to explain yourself, I know you’re not greedy. Sure, we’ve proven that we’re one of the best resources of work at home jobs and companies. But like a potato chip, you can’t just have one! For all you know we could disappear tomorrow (We won’t!) and where would that leave you in terms of finding legitimate work at home jobs? I don’t know but I’m not taking any chances.
I’m a big believer of teaching people how to fish rather than just feeding them fish. If I teach you how to find work at home properly you’ll be able to maneuver around the web and avoid a lot of that crap out there, with or without us. That’s real important to me. It means less people getting scammed which leads to non-jaded job seekers and more people working at home. So with that in mind, we’ve prepared a little video on our parent site WorkAtHomeCareers.com that is going to eliminate the bad experiences you’ve had with searching for jobs on major career sites like Monster.com, Indeed.com or Beyond.com. It’s not that these sites are inherently bad. They’re just not really geared towards providing jobs at home like some of the sites we’ve mentioned in the past.
Furthermore, like every site you visit, they all need to make money. So they have sponsors on their sites. It’s just part of life. There are great memberships sites that don’t feature any ads like HomestopJob.com but that may not be your cup of tea. In either case, I think this video will help you find jobs at home the proper way and save you a lot of wasted hours searching job sites the wrong way. Oh yeah, there is a right way to do it! So enjoy the video below. If you like it, please be sure to post your comments on this page and vote for it in You Tube. Hopefully with your help it will get popular enough to assist a lot more folks like yourself. Lord knows people need it! I’ve seen a lot of the so-called work at home opportunities on “the You Tube” and I have to cringe. There are some slick people out there and some very troubled ones but I ain’t one to gossip. lol
So do you part. Watch the Video, Add Your Comments To This Page, Vote On You Tube and Share with everyone you know. Maybe together we can all do our part to help others stay at home with their families.
Oh by the way, let me know if you want more videos. If you have some ideas of what you want to see, feel free to post them below.