Make Money At Home The Easy Way!


 Make Money At Home The Easy Way!

Making money at home has typically been dismissed as a pipe dream. Many have tried and failed to find an honest way to make money while working from the comfort of their own homes. There's no denying that it can be difficult work.

But today we offer you some simple ways to make money, using technology, online opportunities, and even your own creativity! These are viable career options for people who want something more engaging than working nine-to-five at a boring job. If you want to make money, you can!

Start by Becoming an Online Tutor!
Pairing one's knowledge with another's desire to learn is a trend that has recently grown in popularity. Sites such as and Chegg have become institutionalized in their ability to provide students with virtual learning opportunities connecting them with qualified tutors and online education resources.
How it works: Students registered on the site post questions they need help with from subjects including math, science, economics, literature, and creative writing. You log onto the site and bid on their question based on time required for completion and your hourly rate.

Signing Up: Signing up is extremely simple, with some sites allowing you to sign in with your Twitter or Facebook account. You can also easily create an account through the application process on each site.

Fees: Most services are free to use, though many of the tutors choose to pay a monthly fee between $10 and $20 in order to gain access to tutor management tools such as a private inbox that will allow them to receive messages from potential students seeking their services. does charge a 20% fee on top of the student's charge for completing a tutoring session whereas Chegg charges instructors 10% of the student's bill. However, waives the fee if you choose to work with a student who is enrolled in an eligible college, while Chegg waives fees for verified teachers and educators.
Cash: Payments are sent out via paypal or check weekly through most sites.

Getting the Word Out: If you're looking to get some quick clients, it never hurts to post ads on other job listing sites. Posting on your social media sites can also be a good way to get started. If you have any local connections, networking with others in your community is an excellent way to find potential students as well.

Sign Up:, TutorVista, and Chegg
Making Money Online
It's really no secret online shopping is on fire right now. There are millions of blogs dedicated to the topic, online retailers are popping up like a box of Wheaties, and thousands of people are making money by blogging on their very own websites. Today that can also mean making money by creating your own e-commerce store.
How it works: There are numerous ways you can set up and promote your own online shop. But if you're looking to make a quick buck, you might want to try using a site like Etsy in order to sell items that are handmade or vintage.
Etsy's pricing is based on the cost of materials and time spent manufacturing each item. Check out their price guidelines here .
Sign Up: Signing up is a cinch. You'll need to create an account with Etsy, but it only takes a few moments...
Etsy takes 3.5% of each sale (The seller will be responsible for any shipping costs), and charges their sellers 20 cents for listing items that do not sell within four months.
Cash: Etsy takes 10% of each sale. If you choose to use your credit card, you have to pay the 3.5% fee, plus an additional 3.5% transaction fee.
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Making Money from Small Businesses
There are an estimated 1 million independent contractors doing work representing themselves as business owners in the U.S., according to the Association for Independent Professionals and Associates (AIPA). This means that small businesses (typically less than $1 million in annual sales) can be run by individuals who accept no benefits, pay no taxes, and do not owe employees into social security or Medicare.
How it works: There are nearly as many ways to run a small business as there are small business owners. The most common way is to run the business in your home. You can hire a virtual assistant to do these tasks for you, or you can do them yourself. There are also several different business structures out there, so make sure to check your state's requirements before forming a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company (LLC) in order to maximize the benefits of your home-based business.
Sign Up: There are tons of sites out there that offer resources for self-employed folks who want to start their own businesses such as Starting An Online Business , Freelancers Financing Guide , and Small Business for dummies .
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Making It Make Sense to Buy from Pirated or Illegal Download Sites
Many people have never actually purchased movies, music, and other media using sites that they've downloaded from the internet. They have always bought their content legally and legally made money from those sales. Many people also believe that if they buy something online, it must be free of charge. However, this is simply not true for many pirated or illegally downloaded digital media products.
How it works: Let's say you wish to download a copy of a movie without paying for the movie itself. You go to a site like Pirate Bay and download a torrent file. This file allows you to download the movie from other users who have already downloaded it and want to share it with others for free. You then download that file onto your computer, open it, and watch the movie. Odds are you'll get some kind of error message offering you another program that will allow you to continue watching the movie either by streaming it or downloading yet another application. One of the most popular of these programs is a program called PlayOn. Here's what the PlayOn website claims on its about page:
"PlayOn takes video and music files from your computer or network, downloads them into a format playable on portable devices, and streams them to your TV! PlayOn can even record live TV for you!"
How much does it cost? This all sounds pretty harmless, right? Well sadly, not really. When you pay to download an application like this, it usually costs around $30. But here's the catch: Once you pay to download this program onto your computer, you are also giving the developers behind that program access to your computer in order to install "free" products.

Conclusion: So no, you don't have to pay when you download illegally. However, if you do pay for something from a site like Pirate Bay or any of the other popular illegal downloading sites, you will be giving that site or program access to your computer so they can then sell your computer's resources (e.g. bandwidth) to others who want to download free media files.
Since the sites know your computer's IP address and details about its hardware, software, operating system, etc., they can use this information to make money by selling it on the black market. Let me tell you; these people charge a lot of money for this kind of information and many users would rather not pay at all for their resources.

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