Friday, September 01, 2006

Two Resources That Can Help Your Personal Finances

If you've been reading my blog for some time, you already know why I went on a quest to find ways to earn money online. Besides being a mom to 7 kids, I deal with issues like having a blended family (2 of my kids are non bio), ADD, autism and lots of debt. Working from home is the ideal situation for me!

I'm constantly finding new resources on the net. Today I came across a new forum and after sharing what I know I realized, "Hey! I didn't blog about that!" So, that is the reason for this post. Stay at home moms, college students, disabled individuals, retirees and others can really benefit from the following site I have found.

WorkPlaceLikeHome.com is a great resource for anyone that wants to work from home. It is a forum made up of people that work for companies from the comfort of their homes. Many of the companies hire people to do customer service from their homes at different times of the day and night. You know, they're the ones that answer the informercial calls. The members of this forum share all the inside details of how to get hired, the tests you have to take, the track record of the company and much more. Each company has their own thread. If you want to know more about a company, you post a question and the members answer it. The best thing about this forum is that it is monetized with google. You can enter your google code and when you post a thread, if someone clicks on the ad...you make money. That's just a plus. If you are in need of a job with benefits, you might want to look into this forum.

For those of you that wish to work from home by using "get paid to blog" sites, writing articles, writing reviews, surveys or other online opportunities-I created this site: MAKING MONEY ONLINE . It has tutorials to help you maximize profits. I put it together because I wished that someone had done this when I was desperately searching for legitimate companies that actually pay. I spent years researching and now you get to benefit from it...for FREE.

I'm currently testing some new sites. As soon as they pay me, I'll post a review of the site. Until then, checkout the above link and make some money to get out of debt!

1 comment:

tsglisa said...

These are great resources. Thanks!

Another free resource that I have used to track my expenses is a free Budget Tracker Software. It's pretty simple to use and, best of all, it's free!