We all wish we could stay home and make money. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or a college student, here are a few sites that will help you achieve your financial goals.
Be a customer service rep-Many companies will pay you between eight and 14 dollars and hour to answer calls from customers who want to make reservations, need product information or want to buy merchandise. You can pick your hours and the calls get automatically routed to your phone. To get started: Visit AlpineAccess.com or WestAtHome.com. You will have to take a simple test to see if you are comfortable with a computer and chat with and interviewer to show you have a friendly manner. Once you are hired you will be matched with clients. All you need is a landline, a phone headset and a computer with highspeed internet access.
Be a virtual assistant-You can make as much as 12 to 25 dollars per hour working from home. You will be making appointments, fielding calls, typing letter and doing bookkeeping. To get started: Visit TeamDoubleClick.com and upload your resume. You will be matched with clients in need of your expertise.
Be a freelance photographer-If you have a digital camera you can make hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars a month selling stock photos (pictures that are used for advertising and promotion on websites and in magazines and brochures. There is no limit on how much you can make. To get started: Take a few sample photos and visit iStockphoto.com, ShutterStock.com or BigStockPhoto.com.
Recycle old “junk”-Clean out the attic, basement and garage and decide what really isn’t needed any more, then sell it online. To get started: Visit PayPal.com and set up an account then set up and eBay account. It is very simple to use and they will help with any questions you may have.
Do you enjoy making things with your hands? If so you can make money doing it. To get started: Take photos of your handmade items then visit Etsy.com or ShopHandMade.com and set up an account. Upload photos of your products to create your own online store and sit back to wait for the orders to come in.