Belated Work At Home Leads For 08.07.09 (Oops!)


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Let me start off this post by saying, "My bad!". This past week my wife and daughter went away to an all female (men not allowed) family trip to Sarasota, Florida. I thought I would get tons of work done here alone. But I ended up missing my ladies something awful. I had a glimpse of what an empty nest is going to feel like (Scary stuff). So I could not bear the pain anymore & decided to distract myself by going to Miami for a few days doing this, Click Here. (Firing the Man is a great thing.) Got back yesterday and totally forgot my obligations to you good folk. So please forgive my tardiness. You can always dock my pay if you think it's necessary. I totally understand.

In any event, I've found some new work at home jobs. But before we get to them, let's get some housekeeping items out the way to prevent any confusion, hateful comments, threats, demands, etc… You know who you are.

Disclaimer:

– The leads have been screened to the best of my ability. But when in doubt, head over to our scam section by clicking here. Then proceed to follow the simple steps of our scam video & read some of the existing scams listed on that page. Within that vast information you should be able to easily determine if any company is scam. And remember scam artists don't always ask for fees. (See Package Forward, Check Cashing, & Cash4Gold Scams)

– Please keep in mind I CAN'T make jobs magically appear to fit your needs or locations. Although I wish I could. But what I find, is what I list! This will change from week to week. So as long as you're a loyal subscriber & stay faithful to me, you'll be the first to know. But if you decide to stray & leave me for a younger & hotter site, then you risk missing out on some good leads.

– It should be noted we're a U.S. based site, so most of our job leads will be in America. Look, It's nothing personal against you or your nation. I don't believe in drinking "hatorade". (Eddy loves all people.) So that's why I've created an international work at home job page for people that live outside the U.S. Click here to visit it now.

– I'm not personally affiliated with the employers or companies listed below unless otherwise noted. So any question or issues should be addressed with the companies directly.

– And finally, some of you may be visiting this page all after the fact. This may mean the jobs listed below are no longer available. Again, there isn't anything I can do about that. If you're subscriber, just patiently wait for my next job lead post. Or you can visit my other site www.WorkAtHomeCareers.com to see if we've posted similar jobs there or check out our work at home companies page.

Good luck either way! If you like what we're doing please show your love in the comment field below the jobs or share this page with others.

Work From Home (Telecommuting) Job Leads

Ethical Hacker / Penetration Tester (Hee, Hee. lol)

Technical Recruiter

Technical/Network Phone Support

Web designers

Medical Coder

Photographers

Work-At-Home Phone Agent

Internet Assessor (Must be bi-lingual in English and their native language )

Research Freelancer

Article Contributor Wanted

Recommended Instant Work At Home Opportunities

Email Reader

Online Shoppers

Ad Clickers Wanted

Get Paid To Be Green

Mystery Shoppers

Online Chatters

Online Chatters

Message Board ‘Typist'

Survey Taker

Work At Home With Amazon.com (Data Entry, Typing, etc)

More Job Leads

HomeJobStop.com (Membership based site)

42 thoughts on “Belated Work At Home Leads For 08.07.09 (Oops!)”

  1. So what is the mainstream of who they want for the bulk of the surveys. I too have spent a great deal of time and energy going thorugh surveys only to be disqualified for one reason or another. I realize it is because I am not the right profile of who they want for their survey. One of the things I have felt is that if I do not have young children I do not fit in. I have children 28 and 30, but I have grandchildren, so that should put me in the know about children’s products and needs. However, they don’t ask or consider that. Other than the childrent thing, what other type of profile do yu think it most common for them to see out? I can become a chameleon if need be.

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  2. Thanks for clearing that up. Now what is this I hear about pinecone?!….I just got accepted into the panel. Is there anything I should know?

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    • You’re welcome. Pineconeresearch is a fine company to take surveys. But they’re annoying in respects to:

      1. Providing a way to join their panel without jumping through hoops and hunting down a sign up link.
      2. An actual referral program so you can invite anyone and not just people you know.

      Other than those two annoyances, it’s a great company. I’ve consistently made money with them when I actually took
      their surveys. They just rub me the wrong way because of the stupid things I mentioned above. http://www.GoMySurvey.com is a company that is well known
      and established and they don’t have any of these stupid policies. Come to think of it, none of the great and legit survey companies have these rules. I just don’t understand
      their logic. Even when I’v tried to reach out to them, they just respond back with canned messages. Arrrggg. lol

      But still highly recommended if you can hunt down a link. lol

  3. I understand why Michael responded the way he does. There have been times when I have comleted the survey and they have not awarded me because supposedly they got all the responses they needed. There have been times when I have been asked many questions on a convoluted survey only to be disqualified 20 minutes into it. Some survey sites have terrible customer service. Then there was the Pinecone survey site that thought we were imbeciles and wantedhad a survey asking us if we wanted a sweepstakes entry and $3.00, Those of us who did not except the terms were kicked out of Pinecone.
    Remember these companies spend so much money on advertising and are actually saving money from the pittance they give us. I think we should remember that brand companies will do and say what they need to sell the product irregardless of whether it is a quality product. The countless recalling of inferior/harmful products is testament to that.They, in essence have a license to steal.

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    • Great points Nancy. Don’t get me started on pineconeresearch. lol

      At the end of the day, isn’t it nice that we all can have a discussion with various points of views without resorting to elementary school behavior like name calling, screaming, etc. Wouldn’t the world be a better place if folks could do this in politics and religion?

  4. Everyone,

    I just want to say thank you to all of you for your suggestions and opinions. I’ve read everything and the bottom line it is my decision, right? Michael, I appreciate your honesty and to be honest that was something that I had thought about doing, but could just never bring myself to do it….it is a moral thing……(smile). I never meant to cause any trouble, I am a newbie, I guess, and I was trying to get a little more insight on this. Now to change the subject, Eddy, I don’t think I am dumb or even slow, but I just can’t quite grasp a full understanding of the whole affiliate marketing…..and yes I have read the free course you posted(thanks for the information!!!), but I still don’t quite follow…..which would be easier? Blogging? or Affiliate Marketing?

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    • Hi Mamie,

      You didn’t cause any trouble neither did Michael. It was just a discussion where opinions were shared in a respectful and that’s always a good thing. If you want to see trouble, try visiting some of the other blogs and forums and read some of the comments shot around there.

      In any event, in terms of your question. Blogging and affiliate marketing can go hand and hand. Blogging is basically where a person writes articles about a given subject matter. If they’re doing it right they’re blogging about something they have a passion for, where they can actually share valuable insight and information to people who might be reading it. An affiliate marketer uses different mediums to connect people that have desire with products, services or information that they get paid to share with others. So an affiliate marketer may be using Google’s Adwords program where they pay a certain amount per click so that if someone searches for Red shoes in google, they’re ad shows up. You click the ad and if you buy something via that affiliates website, they get a commission. They could also be placing ads in classifieds, etc and a whole bunch of other techniques covered by sites like http://www.GoWealthyAffiliate.com or you can try to hunt down on the web. The free affiliate course I provided was just another method.

      Now a blogger can also be an affiliate marketer. Instead of using something like adwords, or get paid to click sites, they’ll write articles on their blog where they may review a product that they’re affiliated with and describe the good and bad of that product. They’ll link to that product and if the reader takes some type of action like the ones descirbed in my free affiliate article, the blogger/affiliate gets paid.

      So on my site I’ve reviewed a company like Clix sense. I broke down all the good and bad points about the company. If you like what you read you signed up and I got a commission. If not, I didn’t but at the very least I helped you make a decision that was best for you. So that’s how blogging and affiliate marketing can go hand to hand. My passion is making money online. So I basically blog about the things I fine. Some of them I’m an affiliate of and some I’m not. I try to balance providing you good value and information and some promotion. But even with my promotional stuff I always try to keep it real with people so no one signs up for anything I recommend under false pretenses. Unfortunately not every blogger follows this philosophy. There are a lot of flogs out there (Fake blogs). The people that run these sites are just affiliates that will promote anything that pays them the most money. They’ll write up fake reviews and not provide real insight about a given company because all they care about is making their money. There are a lot of folks making money like this but they’re burning a lot of bridges in the process and giving folks like me a bad name. Long term they won’t succeed. In fact google has gone after a lot of these sites. But that’s just a side note.

      At the end of the day, being an affiliate or blogger takes just as much work and training. They both make great money when done properly. But you need to have the right type of personality to do either which is why I wrote the top 10 reasons to avoid affiliate marketing: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/top10

      Hope this helps. Take care.

  5. @Eddy Salomon:
    @ Eddy
    First off my sincerest apologies for ruffling some feathers.
    I do respect you and your site. Its very cool that you are trying to help others.
    I never once had it in mind to misguide anybody. i was sharing my personal technique.
    Thats all. Its just been my personal experience that often times you have to
    “tell the screener what it wants to hear” to get in. Maybe i took it a bit far.
    I DO NOT condone lying to People. Humans.
    But a survey website is a mindless drone collecting data.
    Not my best bud who im out shopping for cars with and he wants my opinion.

    Eddy, You Rock and thanks for helping others!!

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    • Hey Michael,

      No need for apologies. I definitely appreciate you sharing your tip. This blog isn’t about flaming people or being negative. You don’t even know how much of that crap I delete off here so it doesn’t pollute the environment we want here. I just wanted to make it clear to Mamie and others this practice isn’t approved by the survey company. But it’s something people should try if they feel comfortable with it. I just wanted to bring to light the potential consequences. By the way I don’t think Phil was flaming you. He was just expressing himself and he wasn’t being disrespectful which is what we value here. Everyone can have different opinions. But I just won’t tolerate name calling and disrespecting each other. There are enough forums, blogs, and TV shows that do that. After all Phil even stated its information he would pass along but personally wouldn’t try.

      So thanks again Michael. No feathers were being ruffled. Just wanted to give the flip side of the recommendation you made.

  6. @michael:

    Well that was what I was thinking about doing. I kind of was saying that to myself. But I wasn’t really sure if it was ok…..I am more interested in becoming a blogger or an affilate marketer….but I’m focusing on the baby steps….I will however start paying more attention to those first few questions….and eddy I have signed up for everything, not just the surveys..as a matter of fact, I rather enjoy youdata.com…seems to pay out a little higher than most…but in the mean time, I will keep clicking and I will keep giving my opinion…wish me luck!!!

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    • Hey Mamie,

      Let me chime in here. I’m not the morality police but I don’t want you to be under the illusion that this is “ok” as you put it. In fact I think it’s against the terms and conditions of most of these survey companies. Can they possibly enforce it?
      I doubt it. But I don’t want anyone getting it twisted that what Michael is suggesting (although very clever) is condoned by the survey companies. If you decided to try his technique, you do it at your own risk. I guess the worst that can happen is they’ll take whatever money you were owed. But I just want everyone to be clear about this.

      Now when it comes to focus groups which pay way more than surveys but you need to actually leave your house to get them, I’ve told a white lie here and there. For instance if they asked do I wear dress shoes most of the time? At the time of the focus group, the answer was definitely yes. Because at that time I was forced to wear a monkey suit and dress shoes working for the man in Corporate America. Today, if I got another focus group call asking me the same question, I would still probably say yes. Sure most of my days are spent in slippers or some air force ones now. But I know I have enough experience wearing dress shoes that I could give the company honest feedback that would help their study. So in terms of focus groups, I’ll tell a white lie if I know I can still provide good feedback.

      I know some of my family members who I introduced to focus groups became like crack addicts that were hooked on the easy money. So they would pretend to be all type of things that they weren’t. My cousin has never picked up a nintendo DS in her life. But she managed to get herself into a focus group about one. Sure she stayed silent in the group for most of the hour. But she got her $100 at the end. However that time around I think they were on to her and she was removed from that company’s database. It’s great that she got the $100 but she quickly realized how much more money she was losing out on with that particular company because her of excessive lie.

      So you have to know how far you want to push that boundary. Remember there are real companies out there trying to make good products and services for you and I. So keep that in mind when you run into a product and think to yourself, why the hell would they design the product like that. That’s not the way I would have designed it. Don’t they know their customers?

      Just something to think about folks. As always you do what’s best for you. In any event, I’m glad you’re trying your hand at everything. At least this way you have money coming in from various resources.

  7. @michael:

    Wow! That’s just wrong. I could yell and scream at you and but I don’t want to disrespect Eddy’s Site.

    Thanks for this information though. Although, I’ll remain truthful and encourage my referrals to do the same, I think this information should be forwarded.

    You suck dude.. but good luck anyways.
    Phil ( philsfault ) Ames

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  8. @Mamie:
    @mamie

    In regards to qualify/not qualify. I will tell you now. Only about half the time do i use my actual demographic.I’m a 30-something male. I can’t tell you how many times ive been a 50-something woman living in canada of ukrainian descent or a 20+ spanish-american living in kansas. ( ** these are just examples, for illustration purposes** ).

    What i’m saying is, mix it up. If you’re demographic doesn’t work, LIE! How are they to know?

    WHAT?! LIE?! No way, i can’t believe he said that. HEY! Do you want the money or not?

    Be a guy from jersey who works at the auto plant. Be a woman EXEC at some fortune 500 company who sips her wine and takes surveys for kicks. Be a stay at home dad who is a free-lance blogger. LOL.
    Get your buddy on the phone if the survey calls for a male. Ask HIM the questions and you do the clicking. 🙂 Got a friend on instant messenger who has time?
    Ask THEM the questions. Make it a game. Get to know someone! 🙂 It CAN be fun.

    Also, if they ask you the standard question of ” if you or anybody you know work in “THESE” fields of work, say “NO”. Then if you’re asked something about a specific product or field, say “yes” or “very recently.” Eventually your gut will tell you. THATS the one you should have said YES to. You listen to that gut-voice. THAT question will be the key to whether they accept you into their little 20 minute circle or not. Once they do, answer and be truthful all you like. or not. Your call.
    Your goal is to get past The Screener. The first 5 to 8 questions. Maybe 10.
    Ever tried to get a manager, or VP or higher up on the phone? You can’t, right? WHY?
    The receptionist is the screener. THATS WHY. Joe Q Public can’t.
    But Mr Atherton of multi-national XYZ CORP can. ‘Yessir, I’l put you right thru”, says the receptionist.

    Tip summary:
    1) Lie to get in
    2) Listen to your gut
    3) have FUN.

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  9. I have a statement/question….I have been reading the information on this site for about 2 weeks. I have followed the advice and signed up for some of the none traditional work at home jobs….but why is it so hard to get approved for the surveys, I mean I go through the process and than I get a page that tells me I did not qualify for the survey when I thought I was taking the survey….is that silly or am I making a mountain out of molehill….any help, comments, suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    • Dude,

      That was hot! I really appreciate that man! I’ll be studying the stats to see what happens. This looks really good. Hey you want to chime in and explain to folks what a splash page is, how it used in terms of affiliate marketing or traffic. Might even be something you post on that affiliate marketing post I did: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/affiliatemarketing and how folks can leverage it with some of your traffic exchange recommendations. Wink. 😉

  10. Ethical Hacker / Penetration Tester ….lol Um.!!! I couldn’t help but laugh when I saw this you know this could be interpreted anyway possible? lol i’ll leave my comments to myself in this one omg!!!

    Anyway, lol I saw that you posted the lastest updates thanks for that Eddy.
    I forgot to mention that I am Bilingual Spanish and looking for a nice position i’ll browse around to see what you got.

    Btw….love the pic it looks so tranquil awesome!

    Veronica N. 🙂

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    • Hey Veronica,

      I’m glad I wasn’t the only immature teenager regarding the Ethical Hacker / Penetration Tester job. I damn near spit my drink out when I stumbled across that job. lol By the way, the fact you’re bilingual is a big help. I often see
      tutoring and customer service jobs. Be sure to try the companies page for the customer service stuff:
      http://www.workathomenoscams.com/companies

      In terms of hiring you, I’m not really in need of bilingual person for my needs. But thanks for the offer. However I’m always looking for people that know how to do article marketing and link building. It’s a skill all website owners always need and want. That’s hint a folks. 😉

  11. @Nancy:

    Hello Nancy,

    I just wanted chime in with a bit more info about MySurvey.com’s referral program:

    If you did NOT want to join their affiliate program, you can still gain referral points using the Refer-A-Friend page. Once you’ve joined MySurvey, and have logged into your personal “Member Center” … look at top and select the “Referrals” tab. Then simply input interested prospects’ name & email addy into the fields. MySurvey will then send each one a welcome invitation to join. And you will receive credit for each “eligible” referral who signs up!

    Please be advised that MySurvey does NOT tolerate spam. So, be sure to send invitations only to those interested. There is also a sample invite email that you can view prior to sending out your invitations.

    Have fun! 😉

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  12. Hi, I enjoy your column and have a question. I found a local work at home job on Craigslist and responded. The boss wanted me to IM him. After several questions he said I had the job and then asked if I had an account with Bank of America. The company would deposit money in the account for me to buy office equipment to see how I was able to handle the company funds. What? I thought. I did quick research and the boss and company exists in California but it all sounded fishy and I reported them. Now the ads have been deleted. I am correct wasn’t I to do this (I only find minimum wage jobs)? I need a job so bad I started to second guess myself.

    PS I liked your picture, too.

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  13. Hi Eddy,
    I don’t think your loneliness is sweet, I think the fact that you miss your family is, and that I think is not gender specific Have you ever had a negative experience with your website in terms of identity theft,viruses. or other negative experiences?

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    • Hi Nancy,

      I know, I was just being funny. lol In terms of my website, I’m assuming your questions is in reference to running my websites, have I ever had problems? And the answer is yes. Like any business I have some bad days. Folks are always looking to hack into the website. One time they succeeded and were pushing viruses from it. But fortunately I have a great hosting company and team of programmers that are always an email away that can help me. Sometimes my websites have gone down. So yes I have my fair problems with the websites. Its very frustrating sometimes but then I always have to remind myself that it’s better than dealing with a boss telling me what I can and can’t do.

      Hope that answers your question.

  14. Hi, I have been reading your websites for a couple weeks now. I like how you have so many different jobs. But I was wondering I am looking for something that is fulltime or a pays at least two hundred a week. Maybe a phone job or something you can suggest. I appreciate the help. I have been looking for a home job for years now and I just can’t seem to find anything that is real. Thanks Chanda

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    • Hey guys,

      I guess I’m not the only one on this blog that has jokes. lol Your comments have me rolling over here.

      Jamie,
      My bronx ways would never allow me to shave my legs. lol I could only justify that if it were for a sport like swimming or something.

      Miss Money Hunter,
      Glad you like the new video and article and my thumb! lol

      Nancy,
      You women seem to think my lonliness is sweet. This is why men are from mars and women are from venus. lol
      In regards to your question MySurvey does have a referral program. Back in the day it was open to all members. Now
      they only allow people with their own websites join. So you might want to create a free blog at wordpress.com. Get some
      content on it. Then apply for MySurvey’s affiliate program. But that’s the reason I excluded it from my free affiliate marketing
      article as an example. Otherwise it would have been one of my first companies to use in the example. And remember there
      are tons of other legit non-traditional opportunities I’ve discussed on this blog. So don’t sweat My Survey if you can get into
      their program.

      iVibeblk,
      Glad you agree with me about the mandals. That’s cool for some dudes. I’m not one of them. lol

      Great comments guys. Glad I can share these moments of my lives with you. You put a smile on my face when I read this stuff. Good times.

  15. @scott benton – Survey savvy isn’t really work at home. You can answer surveys for money.
    They will pay you in about 3 weeks. You can get paid real money. Paypal is your freind on this one. I’ve signed up only at sites that pay you real cash into paypal OR amazon.com
    surveysavvy.com
    http://www.surveyhead.com/index.php
    http://www.clearvoicesurveys.com/Default.aspx
    http://www.pchonlinesurveys.com/Default.aspx
    http://www.sendearnings.com/
    They do NOT pay out alot. Often times you must reach a threshhold before they pay you.
    However i do enough to dump money into my paypal, so it pays for my online gaming.
    Had enough amazon codes to buy some software and cover shipping.
    With clear voice you can also get “dining dough” which for $10 gets you a $25 gift certificate for a restauraunt.

    Hope that helps some folks!
    -michael

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  16. Great picture Eddy, it is sweet that you missed your family; I don’t like sandals either.
    I just read your article on affiliate marketing and would like to know if MySurveys provides a website. I feel somehow exposed if I have a website and wondered if you have ever had negative experiences with this.

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  17. Welcome home from your little vacation, that looked awesome! Your new video in the previous post is wildly informative and exceptionally hilarious too – big thumbs up (not Phil’s thumb, just a thumb)! 🙂

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