I don’t know one person that hasn’t financially been hurt in some way from this recession in the past few years. Many people are losing their homes, their cars or just struggling to get by in this horrible economy and many people are now turning to the internet for some type of salvation. People don’t really know where else to go. Jobs are scarce right now and it’s pretty frightening. Especially when you have children or when your a single mother trying to make it on your own.
I should know. I’ve been there myself. But the good news is there is alternatives out there and it is online.
Many people are now starting to supplement their income from working online and the most popular
methods being used is good old data entry. Not the old fashioned data entry but the new wave of the future
which is non-traditional data entry. This type of data entry is simply placing online advertisements for web companies in return for commission-based pay. People are making unbelievable livings on just this work alone. I’ve actually seen people quite their day jobs and just do this full time. It can be a very lucrative career if done right.The great advantage is you don’t need any experience and the pay is unlimited. It really is just a matter of how hard you want to work and how much time you are willing to put into it.
There are several online training programs out there for this that are fairly cheap. The average cost to learn a program like this is around $50 and is well worth the small fee for what you get in return.
Even in this economy you have to spend a little to make money. It has been this way since the beginning of time so you do have to be realistic and be willing to put a little something out there if you want to get it back. You also still have to be weary of scam sites and imitation sites so I wrote down a few tips on how to go about finding a good data entry program/job.
1. Make sure the site has been up online for at least a year or more. You can run a simple search on Google to see if they have any complaints against them.
2. Send the company an email and ask them if they offer training either by phone or by email. If they do not then run the other way!
3. Ask the company if they require any additional fees after the program fee. If they do then i would keep looking.
With a good data entry company it is not uncommon to make $200 per day and up. Of course this is going to take some work on your part but well worth it in the long run.
For a good data entry company try Typist Jobs. They have an excellent support staff and have been online for several years and have a solid reputation.