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  • I have actually created a series of work at home articles. You might be interested in checking them out. You can find them all listed here:
    http://www.cafemom.com/journals/read/1396278/Work_at_Home_Article_Series_on_eHow

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by on 15th May 2009

  • I have looked into several and been approached by many network marketing ideas...I have always like the idea/challenge of network marketing but have never found a product that I believed in...until now. I found a company that is awesome. There are no oils, lotions or potions to buy. There is a joining fee but it is fairly easy to get your associate fee back into your pocket. As with any home based business...you certainly get out of them what you put into them. There are no get rich quick deals out there...don't look for them. If you are interested in working from home with a great product that saves people money and can help you to earn money, go to this address from your address bar http://www.bizop.savealotoninsurance.com/ Thank you and best of luck to you and your ventures.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Kimmi on 24th October 2008

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    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Workitgirl on 14th July 2008

  • Hi, Are you looking for a "job"...like data entry, call center, etc? Try Working Solutions. Or would you consider a home business like Tupperware? You can email me for more info, if you're interested. Or would you like to start your own business from scratch? Contact the Small Business Development Center in your area, they're also available online. Hope this gets you started.

    Tencha
    www.my.tupperware.com/2Dream
    www.BlueDiamondTravel.info

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by TupperTencha on 10th July 2008

  • Hi - I telecommute as a social worker and have provided telecommuting information and resources for over 10 years. If you want to work at home in a job, you need to focus your efforts the same way you would a traditional job search. What are your skills and experiences? What do you have to offer an employer? Can you turn your current job into a telecommuting position? Etc. Its important to remember three things:

    1) You can just sign up or send money to get work-at-home employment. Like other jobs you need to go through an application/hiring process.
    2) Anyone who asks for money isn't giving you a job. It may be a business which could be legitimate, but it could be a scam. So know learn what you can about working at home to tell the difference.
    3) Employers don't care about your child care hassles so any proposal or application to work at home needs to focus on what you can do for the employer, not how working at home can help you. Its always good to focus on how telecommuting can save companies money because what business isn't motivated by money?

    I have free information and resources, plus I post jobs every week day and in my newsletter. Visit http://www.workathomesuccess.com.

    Leslie Truex

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Leslie Truex on 9th July 2008

  • Hello!! I am so happy to hear your interest in working at home. I have found myself in an incredibly lucrative career, all while working at home. When I first had my children, I searched high and low for jobs like this, but none proved to be for me or even worth while. I felt scammed and defeated. I NEVER thought that an at home opportunity would exsist, like the one that I am working now.

    I am a director, after 8 months, close to the top of the Corporate ladder, with a BRAND NEW company, that is growing currently at 500%. It is called Scentsy. We sell beautiful pottery pieces (I am also the owner of my own interior decorationg business, but that has taken a back seat to Scentsy,as I am making much more money with Scentsy), the pottery, warms wax to just above room and body temperature, via a 25 watt light bulb. There is ZERO risk of flame, fire, soot or injury. It is the CANDLE ALTERNATIVE, and it is selling like CRAZY!!! The waxes (80+ scents) are jam-packed with essential oils that create the most amazing, and long lasting aromas that I have ever experience. I wasn't even a candle lover before joining this company, because I did not like the fire aspect, and now I am hooked. And, so are 1,000s of my other clients!! I find that selling this product, is not like selling at all!! People come to me to purchase, as well as come to me for help in starting their one business with the company. And, the financial rewards are unbelievable - I am living proof, with the next 6 months, my paychecks will average $13,333/month!! I have worked this product hard in my area - got the word out that I am a consultant - and it has paid off BIG TIME. Scentsy does promote party planning, and I do parties on occassion, but what I have found, is that I am able to take this product a step above, to the Corporate World. Realtors, Financial Planners, Insurance Agents just love it as inexpensive client gifts- many buy from me in big quantities at a time, and keep their closets stocked for last minute client gift. Realtors also SEEK this product to put in their open houses, to add an appealing aroma, that lasts and lasts, with out the risk of fire!! I also take the product, and it samples to other corporate environments - schools (teacher can have them in their classrooms), doctors, dentists, daycares, pet care, chiropractors - the lists go on and on. This is so easy to market, it is almost unbelievable.

    Well, I think I have said enough. I am a no pressure sales person, and no pressure recruiter. I encourage people to check out the product and opportunity for themselves, and then call me for any additional information. I see that you are from GA - which is a very underpentrated area for this product. You could be at the top of a company that is brand new, and growing at 500% currently. You could start a legacy in your own area, and do as I did. I will NEVER regret the decision I made - it has proven to be truely UNBELIEVABLE. For more information, please visit my website at www.scentsy.com/jodialbertini. I would be happy to help you in any way, and you can contact me via my website.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Jodi Albertini
    Scentsy Director
    Bloomington, IL

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by JodiA on 6th July 2008

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