Weekly Work At Home Recap 7-22-2011

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Me and my Daughter.

Hey Guys,

I'm back from my little vacation from Florida. Here I am thinking it's hot as hell over there and I come back to NY and we're going through a heat wave that's worst than the weather in Florida. Then to top it off my central air is on the fritz! Arrrggg, what a way to be welcomed home.

But hey at least I have a roof over my head. In any event, I'm keeping it short this week because I'm literally dripping sweat on my keyboard as I write to you. (Yuck, I know. lol) Speak to you next week. Hopefully it's cooler!

Enjoy the leads below and some of my vacation pictures here.

Tuesday 7/19/2011

Content Representative with French and German Language Skills

Virtual Japanese Marketing Research Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Web Marketing Associate

Media Producer/Editor


Bilingual Dutch or German for Medical Interviews

Content Writers

Wednesday 7/20/2011

Secretary/Legal Assistant

Executive Assistant

SEO/Web Marketing Project

English to French Translations Professional

Bilingual Social Workers Needed (Spanish)


Medical Script Writer

Sales Agent

Sr. Bookkeeper

Technical Specialist

Thursday 7/21/2011

Data Editing & Graph (PDF) Creation

WordPress Webmaster

Blog Writer

Business Analyst with strong Power Excel Skills

Bi-Lingual Paralegal

Writers for Instructional Reports


Technical Illustrator Needed

Writers Wanted

Recommended Instant Work At Home Opportunities

Online Poll Takers

Online Shoppers

Get Paid To Be Green

Get Paid To Search The Web (SwagBucks)

Mystery Shoppers

Online Chatters

Text Message Operators

Make Money With Used Books

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

Data Entry, Typing, & More

More Job Leads HomeJobStop.com (Membership based site)

10 thoughts on “Weekly Work At Home Recap 7-22-2011”

  1. Glad you had a great vacation!  
    To Phil:   I would suggest that you stick with this site and focus on the work at home guide that Eddy linked to in his comment.   Be sure to watch his videos as you can pause them and take notes if you need to.   Most important, do your research.  
    As I have realized, nothing happens over night and in order to be successful, you have to be willing to put in the hard work.   Initially, it IS hard work, but I’m counting on the rewards being generous in the long run.  

    A bit of advice to those out there interested in multiple streams of income: Eddy has said many times before that multiple streams of income is much better than relying on one source.     The small things do add up and you will be surprised at what you get when you apply yourself, lean the skills necessary for success and apply them!

    1. Get a notebook.   Why?   Because chances are you are going to sign up for more than one thing.   This is especially true if you intend to get into Affiliate Marketing.   You will need all of your sign up information, user names passwords etc.   Any information linked to any sites you go to should be listed in this notebook.   You can easily create your own tabbed sections in a standard notebook so you have a quick reference. Always be sure to write down the date you signed up or joined.

    2. Create a folder in your browser favorites/bookmarks.   Use all caps for the folder name so that it stands out and it’s the first thing you see.   ANY website you intend to sign up to or affiliate program you intend to join, should go in this folder.     All of your links to places like paypal, clickbank etc should be in here so everything can be quickly located.

    3. Create an email address on either yahoo!mail or on google for all of your work at home / affiliate marketing / blogging / surveys etc. Google and yahoo can be accessed from anywhere and if you ever change your internet provider (like I did because they doubled my bill!), you don’t have to worry about going to 100 different sites just to change an email address. Currently, Google (gmail) allows you 7608MB of space for your emails.   Check them out.   It’s free.

    Most importantly – research, research, research!!!   You’ll be doing tons of reading.   I would suggest reading one or two articles, watching the videos in them (if any) and then taking notes.     Take a break so you don’t get too overwhelmed because there is a LOT of information here   digest.  

    Best of luck!

  2. Hi eddy. I’m new to this site and the whole “work at home” idea. I’m a sophmore who commutes to college because I just had my first child and I need to provide for her. I’ve been looking all over this site and I’ve learned some valuable information and seen some opportunities. To make a long story short… I know that you dont have the time to lay out a personalized step by step plan for success…. but what would you recommend for someone like me?

    • Hey Phil, I applaud that you want to take care of your child. We need more men doing that. In any event, you’ve pretty much answered your own question. I don’t have any personalized step by step plan for success. Instead I give you good folks a lot of options that were researched so you can avoid being scammed. So that’s the hard part which I’ve done most of the lifting. The rest is up to you to read what opportunities makes sense for your needs, interest, experience etc. With that said I can direct you to my recommendations page which a lot of people seem to appreciate: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations Then check out my jobs page which is updated daily: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/jobs and finally read the work at home guide: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/workathomeguide everything you need to make money online successfully is on those pages. It’s just a matter of reading them and taking action. That’s the hardest part. But for the folks that do it, they end up making money and avoid being scammed. So take some time to do so and you’ll be in the same boat. Good luck my friend.

  3. Aww really nice picture, Eddy!  Your little princess is really growing up and getting prettier every day.  Time sure flies, doesn’t it?  Before you know it, she’ll be ready for college! : )   : (

  4. Here’s something to try to help with the heat while the ac is on the fritz.   Wet a towel down and hang it in front of an open window.   My grandma used to do this during the summer.   She lived in North Dakota.   Another thing that might help is to put a bowl of ice in front of a fan.   Take a show and sit in front of a fan to dry off.
    Sweat is great for detoxifing the body.   Just remember to drink lots of water to help with the water loss.   If you have access to a pool, it’s a good time to go swimming.


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