Friday, August 31, 2007

Work at home telecommuting job leads Aug 31st

Please remember legit companies will not ask for a fee. These jobs are not researched. Please be careful and ask questions. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We try to weed out the scams,but the scam artists are get smarter and smarter every day.

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Companies that regularly hire telecommuters Free list

Loan Officer-Telecommute East Texas
ORACLE HRMS TELECOMMUTE CONTRACT New York
PCI ENGINEER (TELECOMMUTE) Chicago, IL
Provider Relations rep-work at home
Product Manager, Medicare Product Line - U.S. (Telecommute) MN
Telecommuting assistant. (research this one-very vague)
Senior Recruiter - telecommuting Pittsburgh
RN Clinical Training Specialist Sr (Telecommuting). Camarillo, California
Sales Pro Holmdel, NJ
Solid Instructional Designer; some telecommuting allowed Chesapeake, VA 23320

Monday, August 27, 2007

Work at home job leads Aug 27th

Please remember legit companies will not ask for a fee. These jobs are not researched. Please be careful and ask questions. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We try to weed out the scams,but the scam artists are get smarter and smarter every day.


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Claims Specialist - Minneapolis, MN • Hartford, CT

Interaction Designer (Onsite/Telecommute) San Carlos/Bay Area, CA

Visual Web Designer (Onsite/Telecommute) San Carlos/Bay Area, CA

Perl Developer-Great Commute-Telecommute

Part-time Powerpoint/Graphics Specialist Boston

Part Time Rep for Social/Sport Organization Boston

writer needed

Friday, August 24, 2007

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Work at home job leads Aug 21st

Please remember legit companies will not ask for a fee. These jobs are not researched. Please be careful and ask questions. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We try to weed out the scams,but the scam artists are get smarter and smarter every day.


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Web Developer Phoenix

Furniture Design CAD Spec Drawing Freelance Raleigh

JAVA Consultant Wanted Sacramento

ASP.NET Web Designer needed P/T Austin

dotNET Developer - Short Term Contract - remote job Houston

Freelance web design - work remotely from home

Appointment Setting--Good Pay, Work From Home

Telecommuting appointment setter Boston

Professional Web Designers/Website Interns Boston

On-Call Coordinator Boston

Monday, August 20, 2007

Work at home job leads Aug 20th

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Customer Service rep Boston

Premier siteminder support engineer (telecommute!)

Health Care Analyst Washington DC

Software development engineer Ithaca, NY

Oracle DBA with Grid Control - Telecommute

Hitachi True Copy Shadow Image remote,

Sales Professionals! Want to telecommute AND make more money? CA

Airline CALL CENTER SPECIAL SERVICE AGENTS TELECOMMUTING

Freelance editors

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Monday, August 13, 2007

Work at home job leads Aug 13th

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Solaris Systems Administrator - TELECOMMUTE Houston, TX

Trainers - Telecommute Seattle, WA

HP-UX Systems Administrator - TELECOMMUTE

VOIP Engineer - Telecommute New York City, NY

.net developer Portsmouth NH

Senior Network Engineer Seattle

Marriott Reservation Sales & Customer Service

Seeking Freelance Web Developer (PHP/MySQL) Portland, OR

VIRTUAL RECRUITER

Saturday, August 11, 2007

How to work at home with small children

When I speak to moms who work at home, one of the most frequently asked questions I hear is “how do you work at home with small children?”

I have several suggestions on running a business with small children. My kids are grown now, so I’ve lived through running a business with infants, running a business with toddlers, running a business with school aged kids and running a business with teenagers.

The amount of children you have and the amount of time you put into your business are going to affect the amount of help you need with your children. “Help” can mean many different things. I had various forms of help over the years.

Infants sleep a lot. Working during sleep time can often give you the necessary hours to run a business. When I was on the phone, I had my daughter’s in their room, so if they cried, I heard them but the person on the phone did not hear them. I really did not need help during the infant stage. I was able to balance work and being mom.

The next stage was probably the most difficult, the toddler stage. At this stage, children nap perhaps two hours per day and the remainder of the day, at least my children were very high energy and wanted to be entertained.

At age two, my younger daughter went to preschool 3 mornings per week. She was there from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. She loved it and I was amazed at how much I could get done in those two hours at home. I NEVER used that time to run errands, clean the house etc. That time was almost always devoted to using the phone. In addition, her dad and I rotated night time routines so that some nights I was able to work from 7 p.m. until bedtime uninterrupted. As she got older, I increased her days in school up to five mornings per week and as she neared kindergarten age, I had her in school from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Once a child enters preschool they begin making friends. I did many play dates. I swapped with other moms. One day the kids would play at my house and the other day, the kids would play at the home of the other child. This can help in two ways. The day your child is with someone else, you have time to work. The day the kids are at your house, the kids play together, which allows you time to work. I could pick them up from school, come home and fix lunch and then actually work while the kids ate. If the kids wanted to play outdoors, my yard was fenced and my computer faced the backyard. I could keep an eye on them at all times. If the kids played indoors, they were either in the same room as I was or in the very next room. I was not always able to use the phone, but I could catch up on emails, complete paperwork and do any other tasks that did not involve the phone.

Scheduling is key here. If the kids were at my home on Monday, I tried to make Monday my day to not do the evening routine at home. I needed that time to make phone calls. If the kids were playing at someone’s home on Tuesday, I knew I had several hours I could be on the phone during the day and so I would take over the evening routine.

We also had an emergency box of toys. These toys only came out when I needed to make a phone call and I needed my toddler quiet for just a little while. My daughter loved these toys and would sometimes ask me to make a call just so she could play with the toys in the emergency box. We did not bring that box out very often and so when we did, I knew I’d have about 30 minutes of quiet time.

My older daughter did not like school and so only went to preschool from age 4 to 5, and then went to kindergarten. We joined several mommy and me classes which introduced her to other children, which then led to play dates. I also had her take longer naps, 2 or 2 ½ hours in the afternoon. She was up longer at night, but that was ok, as I wanted the time during the day to be able to make phone calls.

If you live near a college, check if the school has an early childhood development program. If they do, consider hiring someone to come to your home two mornings or two afternoons per week to watch the kids while you work. You get work time and they get experience with children and some income.

Once your kids enter elementary school, you will always have mornings to work. Afternoons can be play dates, individual play or consider hiring an older child, say 8 or 9 years old who can earn a little money and come play with your child. My kids loved their older friends. They would beg for the days their older friends would come over and play. These older kids can read to your child, fix a very simple snack, play a game with them and even watch them outside. One hour is often enough time to make a few phone calls, and after an hour sometimes the kids are getting a bit restless.

All of these ideas require scheduling. If you plan one or even two weeks at a time, you’ll have a very clear idea of when you can be on the phone and when you’ll just be mom.

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Audrey Okaneko has been marketing online for several years. She can be reached at audreyoka@cox.net or visited at http://www.my.tupperware.com/audreyoka

Thursday, August 09, 2007

How to become a ghost writer

Ghostwriting can be rewarding in two ways.
a) You get a chance to research and write about all types of topics that you wouldn't normally have a chance to learn about. The old theory in writing "write what you know" doesn't apply to ghostwriting since your clients will dictate what topic you will write about.

b) You can make a decent living at it.If you're new to writing, it may take a while to get clients but it is possible. It just takes a little hard work and perseverance. There are several ways to get clients. Here are a few.

1. Bid on writing jobs on contracted work site such as Elance.com, Guru.com and Freelance Work Exchange.com

You basically sign-up as a service provider to begin bidding on projects posted by clients. If you win the bid, you do the writing project as a ghostwriter.

2. Place ads for your ghostwriting service on free classified ad sites. It doesn't cost anything to
post ads on these sites and is a good way to get your services out there in front of potential
clients. Free listing of advertising

3. Post responses in forums with a signature that defines your ghostwriting service and an email address or website URL. Something along the lines of "Affordable Ghostwriting Services,[your website url] or email for more details [your email address].

4. Introduce your services in forums where you are allowed to do this. Many forums have a section where you can introduce your business. See out writing forums for this.

5. Have business cards created showcasing your ghostwriting business. Pass them out every chance you get. Put them on bulletin boards in supermarkets etc. You can create your own or have them made.

6 Write a press release announcing your services. There are plenty of no-cost or low-cost distribution services on the web to get the message out for you. Ghostwriting may not be for everyone because you don't get credit for your work, the client does. If that doesn't matter to you and you like writing on a variety of topics, it can be an enjoyable way to earn some money.


Lorraine Cote is the CEO and Owner of The Write Touch 4U, Copywriting Service. She is also a published freelance writer who has written over 100 ebooks & articles on various topics for clients as well as all types of other written materials. She also has 16 years experience in the corporate world as a Trainer and Business Writer and dabbles in Internet Marketing. Visit her at http://www.thewritetouch4u.com or visit her blog at http://writetouch4u.blogspot.com

Work at home job leads Aug 9th

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CALL CENTER - SPECIAL SERVICE AGENTS CT

Freelance job- Children Magazine editor

Blog Designer wanted

Inbound Sales - Virtual/Home-based position Atlanta, GA

Trainers - Telecommute Seattle, WA

Technical Recruiter/Acct Mgr - TELECOMMUTE Phoenix, AZ

Executive Claims Adjuster Dallas, TX

Senior Auditor - Telecommute From Anywhere

Inside Sales - Telecommute (from your own home)

Pharmacist Clinical, Quality Programs (Telecommuting Jobs in Cincinnati, OH

Business Development Specialists/B2B Professionals needed to work from home Chicago

Thursday, August 02, 2007