Wannabe work at home apprentice marketers can pick and choose from the information available at these interesting sites I visited this past week!
Matt’sMarketingBlog run by Matt Carter
Matt is a successful Australian blogger with valuable affiliate marketing experience who generously makes the following offer on his site:
FREE 12 Part Video Course
If you haven’t already, then I encourage you to grab my free 12 part internet marketing video course from the side menu, and also my
Premium WordPress Affiliate theme, as these two free products
are a fantastic start to making money as an affiliate.
If your dream is to make a full time living online, then you’re in
the right place because I’m here to help you reach that goal.
I spent some time reading his blog and I can testify that he knows what he’s talking about and gets comments from appreciative readers! He also seems to be successfully publishing YouTube videos and shares that information freely.
If you are interested you probably will discover a lot more.
Copyblogger published this Post:15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly.
Very useful for those of us who sometimes wonder about “their or there” or other mysteries of english grammar!
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While on the subject of proper english spelling and grammar I thought about sharing the link to Grammar & Composition Guide that I subscribe to. Richard Nordquist has a weekly full page of all kinds of information, more than I could ever hope to learn … you could take a look!
March 1 2012 Finance.yahoo.com/news published 10 Great Work at Home Jobs by Caitlin Dewey of Kiplinger.
Caitlin says after a couple of paragraphs:
To assemble our list of top work-at-home jobs, we combed Bureau of Labor Statistics data for occupations with good hourly wages and promising growth prospects. We then identified actual companies that hire home-based workers in these fields, and scrutinized their benefits and schedules.
To weed out scammers, we checked out companies with the Better Business Bureau. Every work-at-home company we mention has an A or A+ rating from the BBB (or, if it’s not in the BBB’s database, it has been vetted by industry groups). While we can’t guarantee that you’ll get hired for one of these work-at-home jobs, at least you can have confidence that none of these employment opportunities is too good to be true.
Each listed job is followed by:
and the lowest pay range shown is $9 to $14, with the highest going to Virtual Assistants, Medical Transcriptionists and Tech Support Agents.
That’s it for today, I plan to do something like this each week because there is so much information to share on the internet!
I would appreciate your comment!