Week in Review
I wrote about web sites to avoid if you’re looking for online work and hoping to avoid scams.

Our I Was Scammed series is growing (unfortunately); read this week’s addition, which focuses on workathometop10.com.

Our July Top Commenters contest wrapped up. Congrats, Matt and Carolyn.

I posted the first of my articles on writing tips. Hop on over and devour it (see? I could have said, “click here to read it.”)

Steve posted his much anticipated review of Project Payday.

And check out the Aug 3 comment by Lilia on the dataentrybusiness.com review! That’s why Steve and I are doing this. Makes me feel all fluffy. Anyone want a hug?

Around the Web

For pre-screened, legitimate telecommuting jobs, you can’t beat The Daily Telecommuter. Every day, some genius combs through telecommuting job ads all over the U.S. and posts only the legitimate ones. Check it out.

Are you a fan of Craigslist.org? Not only can you find jobs there, but you can make some good coin by becoming an expert reseller. Dave Pitlyuk explains how.

For you bloggers and affiliate marketers, check out the free podcast by Darren Rowse and Yaro Starak, two highly successful professional bloggers. (It’s also available, with Darren’s commentary, at Problogger.net.) Inside tips about blog traffic and monetization straight from those who are very successful at doing it!

Telecommuting is getting some good press. For many readers searching for online jobs, don’t overlook the possibility that you might be able to telecommute at your current job.

There's only ONE program I really recommend. It helped me turn my 'hobby' into a $10,000+ per month money making machine. Click here for the exact formula I followed.

Join the Discussion

  • Julia

    i was about to ask the same question. mystery shopping sounds fun. but just briefly searched the web and only found those that need me to pay first.

  • Steve

    I personally have no experience with them, and I don’t think Joe does either. This may mean we’ll be looking for a Guest Blogger to come fill in a piece for us.

  • Theresa Knoll
    Theresa Knoll

    What does anyone know about mystery shoppers or one I came across scretcomsumer.com?

  • Dave

    Thanks for the link love!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *