Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Make Money At Home

How to Make Money at Home on the Internet - Part-Time

If you've been downsized, right-sized, or just plain let go in this downward economy, you may be looking for ways to make extra money. You could easily go get a job flipping burgers or waiting tables, but is that really going to help? You'd probably make more by taking unemployment, but that doesn't last forever. So, what are you going to do?

A lot of people these days are working from home and making money on the internet. Even in this rough economy, there is money to be made online and with the right training, you can do it, too.

Let me give you just a few examples of ways that people make money online.

eBay - Online auctions are a great way to make extra money. In fact if you have things lying around the house gathering dust, you can sell them on eBay for extra cash. It's relatively easy to set up an account and get started, but there are a few drawbacks.

Getting your ad pages done on eBay is not too easy. For one thing, you're going to have to get a digital camera and take good pictures of the items you're selling. No one wants to buy something they can't see. After that's done you have to write a good article about your item. You also need to either learn html or get some software if you want your ad to look good. Once you do all that, you have to get your ad posted and running. That part is actually fairly easy. The only other difficulty is in getting paid. Most of the time it goes well, but sometimes people will buy your item and then never pay for it, leaving you to run the entire auction again. Yuck.

So, do people make money on eBay? Absolutely. Can you do it? Probably. If you have some good computer skills and time to learn, you can probably make some good extra money on eBay.

Building a Web Store - There are a lot of people out there creating websites and selling products through Web Stores. When done right, these can make a lot of money. However, like eBay, there are some problems.

If you have a webstore, you have to have products to sell. You also have to have a place to put all those products until they do sell. You also have to front all the money for those products until you've sold them. If you don't get enough sales, you could end up eating a bunch of products that you thought were going to make you rich. Not good.

However, if you avoid some of these problems, build a nice site with good products, and buy good advertising, you can do well with an online store.

Affiliate Marketing - If I had to pick one way to make money from home on the internet, I would pick Affiliate Marketing. Unlike eBay and web stores, with affiliate marketing you don't have to stock any inventory, ship any items, or hope anyone pays you. You don't even have to build a website or learn html or web programming. In fact, you don't even have to have a website at all to make thousands of dollars every month with affiliate marketing. You can do it from home, from the library, or anywhere you have access to a computer and the internet.

However, you're going to want to get someone to show you how to get started and actually start the money machine rolling from day one. It can be done and you can do it.

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Home Business Success

Home Business Success - 3 Major Things to Remember Before You Launch Your Home Business

With the advent of Web 2.0, starting a home business has become easier than ever before. You could set up your own little store website in as quickly as an hour and there are methods available for you to make your products or service available to the world. But before you rush into this whole affair, here are three key things that you should know about starting a home business.

1. Keep Your Capital Separate

Don't put the money for your business in the same pocket as the money you use for paying bills and maintaining your home. Keeping it separate limits your liability should your business eventually go bust. Otherwise, you could keep on paying overheads using the cash that should've been for the utilities and this could land you in even worse straits than a mere flopped business.

2. Be Clear About What You Are

It's so easy to move between offering one product or service to the next. But while that might make you reach out to a very wide market, you are not making the most out of your core competence or your primary product. If you can produce handmade notebooks, for example, sell handmade notebooks. There'll be more opportunities to expand your product range once you've grown your business a bit.

3. Start Small

As lucrative as rushing into the big markets might sound, it's just not that feasible for you yet. You are still too new to be trusted with big transactions, and chances are you may not yet have the necessary resources to deliver that kind of volume. Make small transactions first, building up a solid clientele along the way.

Starting a home business is a very big thing, to be sure. Just never forget to keep things in perspective and to always bite off just what you can chew.

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Home Business Tips

Home Business Tips - Are You in it Just For the Money?

You know the saying. It goes something like this: do what you love and the money will follow. Is it true is it just a feel-good myth? Well, the truth is probably somewhere in between. Sometimes, if you do what you love, the money will come. Other times, maybe not. That said, I do think anyone will make more money online and in their home business if they do something they are passionate about.

You see, if you are not passionate about your business, it will tell. You will spend less hours on your business and your sales will suffer. Your customers can tell that you have not put your heart and soul into your products. Your products will appear shoddy and your reputation will suffer. Not to mention, your expertise of your business won't be great and it will show. All that isn't good stuff.

If you are in it not just for the money, if you are in it for a purpose (to never work for a boss again, to teach ten thousand people or how to do something, or some other cause), then your passion in your business will show. You will have fire, and you will work and focus on the tasks at hand to make your business succeed. At the same time, you will serve more people along the way and hence make more money.

So don't be in it just for the money. Go for a business you are passionate about. Have a cause. Your business, and your life, will love you for it.

Fabian Tan is a well-known Internet Marketing expert and the author of the popular 59-page Report:

"Murder Your Job: How To Build Cash Sucking Autopilot Businesses In 30 Days Or Less!"

Head over to to get your FREE copy now!

Also, quickly download his FREE "Explosive Traffic System" report that shows you how to generate 10,000+ unique visitors per month at no cost! =>