How to make money at home, is a very broad topic. I wish to keep it simple and sophisticated with some fine tips, of an extremely lucrative home based business. I’d say your first essential step is to determine a time line for yourself. How many hours a week do I wish to commit to my home business? Then break it down until you have a certain time every day, and then try to avoid all distractions. In case your goal is 5 hours each day, then try to stick to that same time frame. This can be a small business so treat this just like a small business, or your goals is going to be lowered.
Let’s rewind to 2004, just a short five years ago. In January 2004, almost 50 percent of the entire U.S. Internet population visited eBay each month. If people were bored at work, chances are they were surfing the pages of eBay and unearthing eccentric auction items they never even knew existed. This was the height of the personal intrest eBay heyday.
The answers are countless. Businesses use blogs to promote the products that they sell. Actors and music artists create blogs to have a place where they can post their latest projects or gigs and also to be able to interact with their fans more. Photography enthusiasts show off their masterpieces through blogs.
Speaking of your visitors. If you want to really make money with blogs, you need a niche (something to create content about) which other people are interested in. personal blogs usually don’t work. Although, there are a few examples of very successful hobbies out there. I wouldn’t recommend starting a personal blog, if you’re doing this for money.
I love to read, and I have my list of favorite authors: Jane Austen, Alexandre Dumas, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Anne Perry and so on. I use them for inspiration daily, highlighting favorite lines in a book, taking their quotes and posting them near my computer, and re-reading favorite chapters for the 100th time. But imagine my surprise when I read aloud a newly written chapter in my novel and heard a cheap imitation of one of their voices and not my own. It was Mama Cass all over again. So how do you find your own voice as a writer? The process is different for every writer, but here are a few steps I took to find my own.
No Strangers Please: Most of these websites are notorious for the fact that if you have become a member, there is a high possibility that you mail box will be bombarded by mails from absolute strangers.
A respectable company will have no second thoughts giving you a one month guarantee. Same goes for letting you experience their services to the fullest in order to determine how good they are. And they should be ready for a refund if you find their best not to your liking.