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How to Make Money From Home Building Things

This website describes how to start your own profitable business using the Internet to source products, and the Amazon, eBay and AliExpress marketplaces to sell them from. Step-by-step examples are given of each major process involved in starting a business like this. If you follow the advice given in detail on these pages, you will increase your chances of success enormously when starting your own home building products business.

This book will teach you everything you need to know to make money building things as a home-based business.  Whether it’s repairing, renovations, or new builds, it’s time that you join the 750,000 people who already make their living from home building in their spare time. This book will teach you where to find jobs and how to successfully bid them by utilizing social media, local marketing and free advertising services like Craigslist. You can get started today!

Blogging: Sell Your Insights

Blogs aren’t just venues for bored people to share their thoughts about anything and everything. They can also be a legitimate source of income for aspiring bloggers keen to make money online.

Your blogging journey begins with an idea. This is an early make-or-break decision for your blog — if it’s not entirely unique, your idea must at least be sharper and more compelling than your competitors’.

You should know your blog’s subject matter cold — ideally from personal experience or formal training — and have no trouble writing fluently about it. Over time, you’ll tighten up your writing process and produce great content in less time.

Next come the nuts and bolts: choosing and buying a Web domain, hosting and designing your site, and planning content. While this is a lot of work to put in before publishing your first post, resist the temptation to cut corners. You’re laying the foundation, hopefully, for a long-term endeavor.

Once you’ve created a quality site and built a following, there are plenty of ways to make money from your blog.

Pro tip: Aspiring bloggers can purchase hosting through Bluehost for less than $5 per month and receive a free domain for the first year.

Working as a home assembler

Consider working as a home assembler. Many companies offer home assembly services. These services allow customers to hire assemblers to build or set up items like bikes, furniture or similar items. Many customers choose assembly services for items they cannot or do not want to build themselves.

Working as a home assembler often involves working as an independent contractor. The company advertises your services to customers, and customers purchase assembly services from the company. The company then hires you to complete the service. However, the company does not consider you an employee.

Become a virtual assistant.

One simple way to make money from home is to help others complete tasks as a virtual assistant. If you’re highly organized and can properly manage your time, then becoming a virtual assistant presents a low-friction entry point into the digital services industry. You can easily perform these functions as a remote worker no matter where you live.

Finding work as a virtual assistant can be easily done through sites like UpworkIndeed.com and Remote.co. Search the existing posted jobs and create bids. You’ll need effective communication skills and fluency in English and popular web and business software applications.

Proofreader

Do you find yourself easily catching errors when reading? Do you cringe when you see grammar mistakes? If so, you should consider becoming a Proofreader.

Proofreaders are NEEDED, I know because I use one myself.

How much can I make? Caitlin Pyle made $43,000 in a year working part-time! You can see her full story in my How to Become a Proofreader article. Many others are making between $1,000-$4,000 a month.

How do I get started? Take this FREE introductory workshop to help you learn the skills needed to start your own freelance proofreading hustle and see if this is the right career for you.

Online tutoring

Websites like SkooliTutor Me and Tutor.com provide resources for entering into the online tutoring space. While you don’t need to use a platform like these, they provide a lower friction entry point into the market. You could also search for online tutoring gigs on a variety of other sites like Upwork, Freelancer and many more. 

What types of things can you tutor online? You could easily tutor a subject like math or science, while also teaching a language if you’re bilingual. You could also tutor musical instruments like the guitar or piano, along with a slew of other subject matters. 

Online Surveys and Focus Groups: Sell Your Opinions

Your opinions are more valuable than you might think. Countless companies pay handsome sums to learn more about their target audiences’ motivations and preferences.

Online Surveys

You can take online surveys in the comfort of your home whenever you please: during working hours, over lunch or dinner, when you have a free moment in the evening, or in the sleepless wee hours.

Time Investment

Although your answers must be honest and make sense, you don’t need to devote your full attention to online surveys. That’s no doubt music to multitaskers’ ears. And you can invest as much or as little time as you like. Individual surveys can take anywhere from a couple of minutes to 20 or 30 minutes to complete, and you can do as many or as few as you want in one sitting.

Earning Potential

Online surveys will help you make money online, but they won’t make you rich. If you sign up with multiple survey companies and diligently complete your allotted tasks, you can earn a bit more than minimum wage — perhaps $10 an hour. But that’s nothing to sneeze at, particularly if you’re able to accomplish other tasks while you’re logged into your survey accounts.

Reputable Online Survey Options

The online survey landscape is pretty crowded. These are among the most reputable and potentially lucrative opportunities for U.S.-based consumers:

  • Branded SurveysBranded Surveys specializes in consumer surveys from major brands — names you probably encounter in your day-to-day anyway. Its surveys are easy to complete in your spare time, and compensation is fair, delivered via cash and gift cards. With over 2 million existing members, they’ve paid out more than $17 million since 2012. Plus, they have a 4.5 Trustpilot score with 40,000+ reviews.
  • Survey Junkie. Survey Junkie is a popular online survey site with lots of survey-taking opportunities. You’ll earn points for each successfully completed survey and can cash out your account balance once it reaches 1,000 points ($10). Learn more about Survey Junkie in our Survey Junkie review.
  • American Consumer Opinion. American Consumer Opinion sends users one screening survey per month and roughly one full-length survey per quarter. Screening surveys pay less than full-length surveys — no more than $0.50 apiece. Full-length surveys can pay up to $50 apiece.
  • Opinion Outpost. Compared with American Consumer Opinion, there are generally more opportunities on Opinion Outpost. However, the overall earning rate is lower.
  • Swagbucks. Swagbucks offers multiple opportunities to earn extra income online, including paid surveys. Narrowly targeted, time-intensive surveys can pay pretty well, but some of the more basic opportunities — which take only a minute or two to complete — pay next to nothing. Learn more about Swagbucks in our Swagbucks review.

Other opportunities abound, but be sure to do your due diligence before signing up. Be wary of companies that require you to pay to join their panels.

Online Focus Groups

Online focus groups are closely related to online surveys, and in some cases, the same companies administer them.

Like in-person focus groups, online focus groups require more time and concentration than online surveys. Configurations vary, but you generally have to join a panel and engage on a certain number of issues per week or month. Online focus groups are often more selective than online surveys — if you don’t meet specific demographic or income criteria, you may not qualify.

The upshot: The pay is much better, as are the opportunities for prizes and free stuff. With effort, you can earn $500 and possibly more per month in cash or in-kind awards.

Conclusion

Are you a Do-It-Yourselfer? Do you want to learn how to make money from home building things? [Name], of course you do! Wouldn’t it be great if we had time and money to do the things we always wanted?

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