Home Jobs for Mom FAQ
Q: Who publishes Home Jobs for Mom? A: I'm a work at home mom of four children. When my husband I were discussing marriage back in 2000, I told him we had to agree that I would stay at home with our children while they were small. I still enjoy working and helping others find ways to make money at home as well.
Q: I want to work from home; what do I do next? A: First, remember to avoid anything that asks for an upfront fee. There are a lot of scams out there. Spruce up your resume and submit it to as many legitimate companies as possible. You'll get a bite sooner or later!
Q: I want to start my own business from home, but what should I do? A: I can't answer that you for you, but I can help. Think about your skills, talents and passions. Try to figure out a way you can make money using these things.
Q: I clicked a link and it took me to a job or opportunity that asks for a fee to get started. You say to never pay for a job, but this link was on your website. I'm confused!
A: You probably clicked on a sponsored link (paid ad). If the company asks for a fee, it's probably a scam, and I DO NOT recommend getting involved with them.
Q: I was wondering if it's possible to type for like an hour but not every day on a job. I'm desperately looking for something to do, but I just don't know what type of work I want. I do love to type a lot though!
A: There are a few data entry jobs available. I would recommend applying for those, but don't count on a quick reply. You might also want to consider blogging, article writing or transcription. If you live in a college town, you might be able to get some freelance jobs typing papers for students. (You would need to advertise your services.)
Q: I am looking for a legitimate data entry job to work from home and not have any start-up fees. Can you help me?
A: Take a look at my data entry jobs page. Apply for all of the jobs that you think may be a good match. It might be a while before you can get on with a good data entry company though! Consider other avenues as well, such as writing, transcription or blogging if you can't have a phone job.
Q: Can you tell me if email processor work from home jobs are legitimate?
A: The vast majority of email processor jobs are scams. Especially if they require a fee. There are a few jobs out there where you address customer concerns through email for well known companies. However, these jobs are usually very difficult to find. If you come across a job and want me to tell you my opinion on the particular job, email me the link the the website or job posting.
Q: I would like to advertise a business opportunity, job opening, etc on Home Jobs for Mom. Can you send me a media kit or a list of rates?
A: Thank you for your interest in advertising on Home Jobs for Mom. You can purchase advertising through Google Adwords. Please see Advertising on Home Jobs for Mom.
Q: I don't see my question here, how do I email Home Jobs for Mom to ask a new question? A: Send us an email with your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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