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by Miranda Grimm

{clicking each of the tips for selling will take you to their Facebook Fan Page}

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by Miranda Grimm

Guest Post by Terra Bohlmann, PMP, from TheWorkingHouse.com I don’t know about you, but when I started my business I thought it would be easy to find clients. Once I made the decision to official launch my business, shouldn’t everyone...

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by Miranda Grimm

I spend a great amount of time finding work at home job leads. I have several resources I turn to on a daily basis to find the best of the best. Over the years I have been a bit biased...

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by Miranda Grimm

  Working from home as an Independent Contractor has many perks! I don’t have to tell you- you know exactly why you want to work from home! However, something very important has come up several time during my years as...

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by Miranda Grimm

Finding Private Clients as a Freelancer is actually pretty easy thanks to sites like listed below! Browse around just a few of these places and you will see just why so many people are successful Freelancers who specialize in subjects...

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by Miranda Grimm

Having a reliable computer and speedy internet connection is of extreme importance when working online! If you feel your computer needs to be working a faster to keep up with your demand- then try these four ways to increase your...

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by Miranda Grimm

I have always been a high-strung person. As I get older I am learning new coping skills to keep my nerves calm. Being anxious all the time is stressful on me and my children. Which is why I was excited...

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by Miranda Grimm

Working online with your own freelance business means you have slapped yourself right into the middle of this ever-evolving world of technology.  Often-times working for yourself means you must stay in close contact with your clients, have more deadlines than you...

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by Erica Martin

When I first started writing posts for Work at Home Adventures, the first post I wrote was a response to a post by Jess Weaver about balancing priorities.  I shared a little information on how I balance my priorities as...

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by Erica Martin

There are a lot of different companies you can work for from home, and many of them have been covered here on Work at Home Adventures as well as other work from home blogs.   They all have different requirements with...

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by Miranda Grimm

I follow a lot of work at home blogs. But only a few of them stick with me for the long-term. Work at Home Mafia is one blog I have followed for several years.   Work at Home Mafia is...

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by Miranda Grimm

Being self-employed has many benefits. Ease of securing a loan with your bank is not always one of them. When turning to your bank for a loan it is important to be aware of the effect your self-employment status may...

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by Miranda Grimm

Are your favorite Work at Home Blogs listed? 1099 Mom“The FAQs for WAHMs” Real Ways To Earn Money Online   All Stay At Home“Stay at Home Job Bank”   She’s Self-Employed“Chicks Writing their Own Checks” Blogstash“Ways to Make Money Online” The...

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by Erica Martin

Writing for sites like Yahoo Contributor Network or Triond can be great, because you have the freedom to write about topics you want to write about.  However, these sites often only pay revenue share income, which means you’re only paid...

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by Erica Martin

Back in September I wrote a post where I gave some transcription tips. I touched briefly on basic equipment that you need for transcription work.  However, since that time I have started to transcribe longer files, and I’ve learned that...

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by Miranda Grimm

Working at home, or simply any time you use the internet, you are faced with many distractions. Choosing to stop and read one news article or check over your Facebook wall can lead to an hour of ‘just one more’....

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If you’ve worked from home before, then you know that it is much harder to be productive without a boss breathing down your neck. Most WAH jobs pay based on productivity, so losing your focus means losing money. Unlike an office job,...

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by Miranda Grimm

As many of you who follow closely know, I had lost my job with a company called Demand Media. The pay was excellent and the flexibility was exactly what I needed. As you can see in the popular post I...

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by Erica Martin

If you’re a freelance writer, there are a few tools that I consider essential.  These four essential freelance writer tools will help you organize your ideas, check your writing for plagiarism, and provide plenty of material for you to write...

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by Jess Weaver

Written By: Jess Weaver How fast can you type?  If you are going to be working at home, then you need some serious skill. It’s no secret that working from home is awesome but you have to keep up with...

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by Miranda Grimm

Affiliate marketing is one of the most popular ways to make a full-time income online! Being an affiliate marketer means you join up with a company to help promote and sell their services or products. In exchange for your promotion,...

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by Miranda Grimm

Freelancer.com is the most recent site I have joined to find work from home.  I have been looking for designing jobs but joining Freelancer has opened a world to me I previously ignored! Many of the readers who contact me...

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by Miranda Grimm

Written By Jess Weaver: Hi. My name is Jess and I am a work at home mom who specialized in freelancing. My journey started almost a year ago and here I am. I wanted to take some time to talk...

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by Erica Martin

Written By: Erica Martin If you’ve ever had problems remembering things, whether it’s things you need to do or that great idea you got for an article or a blog post, the good news is there’s a program that will...

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by Miranda Grimm

Believe it or not there really are a lot of options for non phone home based jobs. But the problem is that many require a special skill set or don’t need thousands of new workers. So it can seem like...

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by Erica Martin

Written By Erica Martin: I’ve held many different jobs over the eight years I’ve worked from  home, but the  work from home jobs  that have provided most of my income during that time have been different types of phone jobs. ...

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by Erica Martin

Written By: Erica Martin Transcription can be a great way to earn some extra money,  however it’s very important to have good equipment and be as accurate as possible when you transcribe.  When I do reviewing for Scribie, I notice...

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by Miranda Grimm

I recently ran across a forum post where someone who had cerebral palsy was discussing his frustration with finding a good work at home job that would work around his disability.  As he explained, his mind is fully intact but he had...

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by Erica Martin

Written By: Erica Martin Hurricane Irene recently passed through North Carolina, the state I live in.  Though we were lucky enough to only get some wind and intermittent rain from the storm, some of my work at home friends may...

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by Jess Weaver

Written By: Jessica Weaver Recently, I landed my first professional online writing job with Cheer Channel, Inc.Many people are curious as to how I landed a freelance job like this and what my plan of action was. First of all,...

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by Erica Martin

Written By Erica Martin: Working from home has many advantages, however there can also be some disadvantages- healthwise.   Many problems can develop or worsen if they already exist, because of the stress that working from home can put on different...

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by Miranda Grimm

My primary way of making money from home is as a Title Quality Assurance agent for Demand Media. If you have been following faithfully then you are well aware of the titling roles. However, if you are not, then  be...

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by Miranda Grimm

          There is such a variety of freelance work to be found at oDesk: writing, data entry, admin assistance, customer service and more! However, it takes a little know-how and patience to find the right job(s)...

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by Miranda Grimm

Hello Mandy! Thanks for being a part of the Work at Home Adventures Web-Based business series. We have met many online entrepreneurs and we are glad to add you to our mix! First, can you tell me a little about...

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by Miranda Grimm

An online friend of mine told me about your site when I expressed an interest on Facebook about finding web-based business owners who can teach us all a few things about how they got their start. I was instantly impressed...

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by Jess Weaver

Written By: Jessica Weaver Writers need resources. A lot of complaints I hear are from writers not knowing where to look for resources. A lot of us write for Textbroker and Merchant Circle and we need some awesome resources to...

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by Miranda Grimm

Who is Cassie Rader? Hello, I am a 28 year old stay at home mother of three wonderful children: Mariah age 8, Catlin 6 and Aron 4. I have also been married to my wonderful and supportive husband, Travis, for...

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by Miranda Grimm

We spoke with Leisa Good last week about her Virtual Assistant Business. Angie Nelson also work in this field but as Leisa pointed out, there are an unlimited number of directions to take a VA business.   Can you tell...

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by Miranda Grimm

Who is Leisa Good? Leisa Good is a virtual assistant (VA) who has been employed in her own VA practice, Gemstone Business Solutions, since 2006.  From her home office, she virtually offers her administrative and writing skills to clients in other states and countries with...

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by Miranda Grimm

Who is Shanae Dykes? Definition: An adventurous, outgoing and colorful person that believes that love has the ability to conquer all! A professional resume designer with a goal in mind – to change the world of resumes!  A loving wife,...

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by Miranda Grimm

When I first began my own search for work at home jobs I could do with my children running around, yet still make more than a few bucks an hour, I consistently ran across writing jobs. They are everywhere. I...

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by Miranda Grimm

Resume writing is something many of us dread when applying for a job. In fact, I dreaded it so much at one time- I would not even apply for a job if it required a resume! Even when I did...

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by Miranda Grimm

As an interactive handmade market place and craft community our mission is to support your business and your brand with innovative features and functions.-Artfire.com I have done reviews on sites where you can sell your skills such as your writing...

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by Miranda Grimm

I have been reviewing work at home companies for over four years now. It is amazing to think of where I came to where I am. When I first began my search for something, anything, I could do to earn...

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by Miranda Grimm

PayPal is the faster, safer way to pay and get paid online. The service allows members to send money without sharing financial information, with the flexibility to pay using their account balances, bank accounts, credit cards or promotional financing. -PayPal.com...

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by Miranda Grimm

“Guest Post by Miranda Grimm of WAH Adventures: It sucks being broke. There is just something about having absolutely no money that makes…” When money is tight and you need some extra cash in a hurry, check out my suggested,...

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by Miranda Grimm

 There are reportedly over three million telecommuters in the U.S. alone! That is hard to accept when a simple Google search for work from home jobs results in pages and pages of scams and get rich quick schemes. How do so many...

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by Miranda Grimm

In a previous post I shared my experience and understanding about oDesk. I have since finished my profile and I feel eager to share with you my experience so far. I have not spent much time on the site. I have,...

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by Miranda Grimm

There are several places online I keep a close eye on for job leads.  You never know when someone decides to spill the beans on the perfect job! I thought today I would share a few of these links with...

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