Bad Grammar, Little Known Secret Way To Work At Home!

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Recently I had my best friend John over to discuss his upcoming blog (Yes I know it's shameless plug. lol). So we're sitting in my office, brainstorming ideas about his new site. A little know fact about your fearless work at home leader is that I'm somewhat of a sci-fi/fantasy geek. So needless to say I'm really excited about the prospects of having a good resource to turn to when a new fantasy or scifi book or movie comes out.

As John and I are babbling along, I asked him to look at some articles I was working on for this blog. My buddy John has always been academically inclined. I've known him since the 5th grade and he was one of those students we all hated. You know the kind that didn't need to study but would get A's in every subject. Bastard! lol

In any event, he read my article and gave it two thumbs up. But John being the academic he is, was able to spot many minor grammatical mistakes like a bloodhound that can sniff out a perp. Look, I'll be the first to admit that I'm not an English major. Chances are, in the last two paragraphs I've made multiple grammatical mistakes. Hey, I'm really sorry about that and thank you from the bottom of my heart for not holding that against me. For many of you, you are here to learn how to find legitimate work at home jobs and avoid scams. So you're probably giving me a little more leeway than you would if you were visiting another site.

Well my friends there is an opportunity here for you to work at home! We all know that everyone is coming online and nearly 50% of them are launching websites or online businesses. It wouldn't surprise me if your dear grandmother has a website or a MySpace page. With that kind of increase in websites, there is a great opportunity for a lot of grammatical and spelling errors. You can easily make a boat load of money by gently exposing these mistakes to webmasters and online business owners.

So let's examine how you can approach working at home as proofreader, the right way and the wrong way.

The Wrong Way To Work At Home As A Proof-Reader

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