The Best Way To Sell Your Pokemon Cards and Make Money

Pokémon has been experiencing a resurgence in popularity in recent years, and it has made collectors young and old think they might sell Pokémon cards they have, whether from years ago or from weeks ago.

Selling or trading these cards might not be easy for you if you’re a true-blue collector of Pokémon cards, but if you need quick cash, selling your Pokémon cards may just be a convenient way to make some money by trading in something you already have.

In today’s post, I’ll delve into everything you need to know so you can sell your Pokémon cards and get some money from them.

How To Know if Your Pokémon Cards Are Worth Something

It’s hard to sell Pokémon cards if you don’t even know what you have.

So the first thing you need to do is to organize your collection.

Start by sorting the cards by set, indicated by a small symbol on the bottom right-hand corner of the Pokémon illustration for old sets, or on the bottom right-hand corner of the card for newer sets.

Pokémon cards

If you’re not sure which symbol means what, take a look at this comprehensive guide.

The next thing you need to do is to sort them by their card numbers. This number is indicated on the lower right-hand corner of the card, with the format X/Y.

The number X is the number of the actual card, and the number Y is the total number of cards in the deck. For example, if you see 4/100, then it’s the fourth card out of 100 cards in a deck.

If your card doesn’t have a symbol on it, it’s a base set card. There were only three sets of base set cards released in the US, so consider yourself lucky as these cards are where the money is at for most collectors.

Also, if your card only has one number instead of the X/Y format, that means your card is part of a Promotional deck.

Once you’ve organized your cards, the next thing to do is to make a list of all your cards. I recommend keeping this list in a spreadsheet, such as a Microsoft Excel file or a Google Sheet.

Keeping the list in a spreadsheet allows you to keep a digital record and it becomes easier to do the next step as well, which is determining how valuable your Pokémon cards are.

There are two important factors when determining the value of your cards: their condition and their rarity.

How To Tell The Condition Of A Card

The TCGPlayer card condition guide is a great reference for judging the condition of your cards.

Cards in “near mint” condition show minimal to no wear; crisp corners, unblemished edges, and no marks on the surface.

A tiny nick or a scratch may be forgivable, but overall it should look nearly unplayed.

If you have a foil card, however, even the tiniest nick is noticeable. “Near mint foils,” therefore, have absolutely no markings or flaws.

“Lightly played” cards have minor border or corner wear, some scuffs and scratches, but no folds, bends, or liquid damage.

“Lightly played foils” are comparable to near-mint cards in that they have very minor flaws.

“Moderately played” cards may have some corner or edge damages, scratches or scuffs, or even creases.

“Moderately played foils” may have a little flaking, especially on the edges, and may have some scratches or warps, but no creases or folds.

“Heavily played” cards show worse signs of wear. Some liquid damage may be acceptable, but not if it fades the ink too badly. Creasing is also acceptable. These criteria also apply to “heavily played foils.”

“Damaged” cards are in the worst condition; tears, creases, and heavy scratches that affect the structural integrity of the card may be present. These criteria apply to “damaged foils” as well.

How To Tell The Rarity Of A Card

If you can recall how you got your cards, that will help you determine how rare they are. Each collection has a different chance of having a rare card, so knowing how you got your cards will help you know if you’re holding a rare one.

Normally, more expensive collections of cards, like those housed in boxes and tins, have higher chances of having rare cards.

Those that have a circle or diamond won’t be worth much right now but could be worth a lot someday when they’re rare.

Cards with a star or a holofoil picture, a star followed by a letter or symbol, or secret cards (that is, those that have an X/Y number where X is greater than Y).

Promotional cards are ones that are only given out during promotional events, which are marked with the word “Promo” and a black star. They vary in value; some are common while others are incredibly rare.

First edition cards are rare and valuable, and the exact price depends on the collection they belong to.

Once you’ve assessed the condition and rarity of the cards, document these in your spreadsheet as well so you can see everything at a glance.

How To Price Your Pokémon Cards

Now that you know the conditions and rarities of your cards, you can set the selling prices of your Pokémon cards.

Do your price research thoroughly; the more aligned your prices are to the market, the better chances you’ll have of selling your Pokémon cards.

There are approximately thousands of unique Pokémon trading cards and prices change over time as people buy, sell, and trade these cards.

The best places to do your research are:

Also, many sites that sell Pokémon cards online list down all the most popular and most in-demand cards, giving you an idea of how much you can make if you have those particular cards.

Sometimes, though, prices differ wildly among websites.

In this case, you might want to search for a trading card forum online or a hobby shop in your area that can provide you a fair price for your cards.

Individual cards that are less than near-mint condition or not very rare are likely to be worth less than a few dollars, so consider selling them as a bundle.

On the other hand, if you’ve hit the jackpot and have a card that’s worth $100 or more, it’s recommended by most Pokémon traders to have it authenticated by the Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA).

Having your card authenticated also ensures that you’re not selling a fake or bogus card. However, authentication costs some money, so make sure the card is worth more than that.

Where To Sell Your Pokémon Cards

When you’ve assessed and priced your Pokémon cards, you’re now ready to sell!

But where?

Here is a list of tried-and-tested marketplaces where you can sell your Pokémon cards.

1. eBay

Nothing beats a classic, apparently.

eBay remains a popular place to sell Pokémon cards for its sheer ease and simplicity.

2. TCGplayer

TCGplayer is a huge marketplace for gaming collectibles, so aside from Pokémon cards, you can also buy and sell Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and other similar cards.

Aside from the marketplace itself, they have plenty of resources for sellers, such as a pricing guide, symbol guide, and other resources to help you sell your Pokémon cards effectively.

3. Troll And Toad

Troll and Toad is another online marketplace that trades in gaming cards.

They have an illustrated Pokemon selling guide, with the important symbols, techniques for assessing the condition and rarity of a card, and many more tools to help you sell.


Professor Oak is a premium Pokémon card trading marketplace that’s very strict in their standards, so make sure you follow their four steps to selling your Pokémon cards.

5. Cardmarket

Europe-based Cardmarket is a peer-to-peer online marketplace making buying and selling Pokémon cards simple for everyone involved.

Simply create an account, look over their grading guidelines, look at similar cards to get an idea of the right prices for your cards, and then list your cards for sale.

6. CCGCastle

CCG Castle is another option to sell your Pokémon cards online, which is a good choice for those who would like to trade their Pokémon card collection for another type of card collection, like Dragonball Z, My Little Pony, and many more.

Otherwise, you can opt to get your payout through PayPal.

7. Pokémon events

If you prefer selling your cards in person, attending Pokémon events can be worth the hassle. Find comic, video game, and cosplay conventions near you.

Beware of people trying to run a scam (e.g., counterfeit money, fake online money transfers, etc.), or trade you fake cards in exchange for your real cards.

8. Facebook Marketplace

You may not have to look very far to sell your cards; a local buyer may just be waiting to connect with you.

Facebook Marketplace may be a convenient option, because you get to set your prices. However, you need to do your due diligence and be safe. After all, you’re dealing with strangers online.

9. Craigslist

When it comes to local transactions, Craigslist is still a viable option, but again, you’ll need to be careful when dealing here.

10. Local comic book or hobby shops

Your local hobby shops are more than just a place for you to buy; you can probably offload some of your Pokémon cards to the shop owner.

If they want to buy cards for reselling, they’ll try to buy them for the lowest price they can, so be prepared to haggle.

Bonus: How To Take Care Of Your Pokémon Cards

If you’re planning to sell your Pokémon cards, not all of them are going to be sold immediately.

You can expect it to take some time before you’re actually able to sell all of them.

In the meantime, you’ll need to take care of the cards you have so that you don’t devalue them inadvertently.

Here are some ways you can take care of your Pokémon cards.

Handle them with care.

Make sure to take care when handling your cards so that you don’t leave too much fingerprint oils and don’t cause too much friction.

Wearing gloves while handling your cards may be a bit extreme, but you may have to do this if you have rare Pokémon cards, especially the holographic ones.

Place all of your cards in protective sleeves.

The best practice is to place the cards into individual penny sleeves and then into individual top loaders.

This way, your cards are protected against wear and tear, moisture, as well as UV light.

If you have many cards and want to easily see them and store them so that they don’t get lost, there are sleeves you can purchase that can fit 9 cards and can be held in binders.

Whether you use top loaders or binders, it’s still good practice to place them into penny sleeves first.

Keep your cards away from the elements.

Even if you have the cards in protective sleeves and binders, UV light, temperature, and moisture can still warp the cards or fade away the ink.

As much as possible, keep your cards somewhere dark, cold, and dry.

Never use a rubber band to hold the cards together.

Rubber bands cut into the edges and the material melts into the cards. Needless to say, this damage builds up over time and devalues your cards.

The Bottom Line

Pokémon is all the rage (again), and if you have Pokémon cards that you can sell, why not make some money off them?

These hidden treasures can make you a pretty penny if you’re lucky to have a rare one in great condition.

If you don’t have any Pokémon cards to sell, or if you don’t have Pokémon cards that are of value, here are more things to sell to make money.

Or if buying and selling is more your style, here are some products you can buy and sell for a profit.

Steady App Review: How to Find Side Gigs from your Phone

This Steady App review explores the world of on-demand work and freelancing either online or in real life and how this new tool can benefit you, even if you’ve just joined the gig economy.

Steady App may be a newcomer, but it can be a game changer.

How so?

What is Steady App?

Steady app is the creation of Adam Roseman and his partners Michael Loeb, and Eric Aroesty.

The idea came out of the experience of Roseman’s own 71-year-old dad, who was living off his small retirement fund that led him to move to Georgia due to lower cost of living.

Roseman had to step in and help him find flexible jobs that would fit his skill set, location, and passion.

Adam Roseman then partnered up with Loeb and Aroesty, pitched it as a startup at the Fintech71 ten-week accelerator program in September 2017, and won the Startup Pitch competition at Money 20/20.

By April 2018, the Steady App was launched and has attracted not only almost $10 million in investment, but also the attention of NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal who is now the company’s “advocate.”

You can download the app through the official Steady site and look around from there.

What Types of Gigs Can You Find on Steady App?

There are two kinds of jobs you’ll find here: the work-from-home ones, and real life ones (the jobs you have to go in person to perform the tasks).

Majority of the gigs listed here are seasonal, part-time or can even be a one-time thing, but what makes Steady app interesting is that it aggregates all the gigs from other companies into one app.

This means Steady doesn’t really hire you for these jobs, but just serves as a platform to help people looking for legitimate side hustle opportunities.

Here are some samples of gigs you might find on the Steady app:

  • Work-from-home: online teaching, tutoring, virtual assistance, customer service, transcribing, graphic design, research, and so on.
  • Part-time or full-time: Care giving, pet services, tech support, store clerk, freelance writing,
  • On-demand gigs: Shopping and delivering groceries for other people, event hairstylist

You can also filter jobs based on your location, availability, and interests.

How to Use Steady App

Whether you use the website, Android app or Apple app, finding gigs on Steady follow mostly the same procedures:

  • Create your account
  • Enter your zip code to see jobs near you.
  • Choose from the four options: “work from home,” “anytime work,” “part-time & full-time work,” and “recently added work.”
  • Check out the opportunities available. Click one job and you’ll see the following information:
    • Job activity – type of activity (such as retail or customer support)
    • Job details – lists tasks, and other details about the job
    • Pay insights – Amount you’ll be earning
    • What you need to apply – Application requirements, such as age, educational attainment, experience, and so on
    • Opportunity insights – States who are ideal for the job
  • Click “apply” and you’ll be directed to a third-party company, confirm that you’re applying for the job and click “continue” to get started.

If, for example, you pick a “caregiver” job from, the Steady app (or site) will bring you to the site.

From here, you can choose to end your relationship with Steady, leaving all your communication, job details and income between you and (or other companies you land into).

3 Reasons to Stay with Steady App

Steady App

You might be thinking why on you’d still include Steady app into your side hustle world after landing a gig.

Even Steady isn’t forcing you to stay with them. However, here are 3 reasons you might want to keep all your gigs under Steady:

1. Track Earnings

This is the biggest reason to keep using Steady even after getting the job.

You can keep track of all your earnings from various companies since you began side hustling.

You do have to enter your bank account first.

Steady will then give you a super-helpful dashboard that will help you monitor your income streams (if you’re doing two or more jobs at a time) and total earnings each month.

2. Benefits and Boosters

The Steady app gives you other opportunities to earn or save money through the app. For example:

  • Get $50 from Steady after making your first DoorDash delivery
  • Get tax deductions from working with two or more Steady partners
  • Save up to $800 on insurance with Gabi
  • Obtain refunds from bank fees
  • and so much more.

What’s more is that all these savings and deals can be seen straight from the app.

You don’t have to fish promos from other sources anymore, thus saving you time that you can use to earn more cash.

3. Community-friendly Features

When Steady app launched, the company emphasized on the power of community and how this app could be the go-to place of people in need of odd jobs.

Check at the bottom navigation bar and you’ll find a resource center with tons of information about building your income, winning in your newfound careers and other finance-related tips from publishers like Dave Ramsey, Financial Panther, HerMoney, and more.

Aside from the features it has now, such as the activity feed that lets you see when new gigs are added in real time, Steady plans on bringing other community-oriented features to the app.

So, what’s the Catch?

Yes, the Steady app is 100% free.

So how does Steady make money? What’s the catch?

Here’s the good news to users worldwide: there’s no catch.

Steady makes money by referring workers like you and me to companies like, Postmates, and so on.

Steady receives commissions from all the talent directed to these companies, which isn’t a bad thing, since Steady helps people in the process.

The only disadvantage to this lead-generation/affiliate model is that other companies they partner with, such as, may not be 100% suitable to Steady’s categories and can be confusing to applicants.

How Much Money Can You Make with Steady?

The amount you can make with Steady depends largely on the time you commit to do these jobs and the number of opportunities you pursue.

Jobs on Steady range from $10 an hour up to $25/hour, while some jobs let you set your own salary rate.

With this amount in mind, a part-time worker making an average $15/hour at 20 hours a week can earn up to $300/week or $1200/month.

A full-time worker with the same hourly rate can make $600/week or $2400/month for a 40-hour weekly workload.

If this is going to be your main income, I recommend you skip microtask jobs like surveys, get-paid-to and so on. Instead, stick with part-time and full-time jobs you can do online or near your location.

Wrapping up this Steady App Review…

The Steady app can be very useful for several specific groups of people, such as:

  • College students and newly graduates – Getting relevant experience from your career of choice can be hard because of the low pay, but supplementing it with income you get from opportunities referred by Steady app could solve your dilemma.
  • Stay-at-home parents – Taking care of kids is hard, but if you need to earn extra money but cannot get a traditional office job, let Steady app help you find legitimate work from home gigs.
  • Retirees or those switching careers – It can be hard to transition from a career you’ve had for years or decades, but Steady app can guide you in choosing which side hustle would fit your skill set. It’s up to you if you want to turn these gigs into a full-time career, or say goodbye to them once you’ve found a better opportunity.

Of course, Steady app can help anyone who needs extra cash. You can be setting up a business and need income while you build it from scratch. You can be someone who is trying hard to make ends meet. It doesn’t matter. As long as you’re willing to do the job assigned, there’s no limit to your earning potential.

Steady App Pros and Cons

The app is user-friendly, easy to join, quick to find work, and has a well thought out design with good search and filtering features.

It’s also 100% free and have hundreds of opportunities for you to start with – and they’re all in one app.

No more wasting time searching through several sites for legit gigs. Steady has already checked and vouched for most of the jobs here.

The extras (deals, savings, income tracker) are enticing enough to continue using the app, but what I like most about the Steady app is how the job details include income potential. This is something not available in many online job marketplaces and I appreciate that it’s listed for every gig.

My main concern about this app is that I have to apply to every gig separately, externally onto another site or app. You need to fill up another form, create a new profile, and perform other steps to reach the application form.

It can be daunting if you’re sending applications to multiple companies at a time.

To wrap up this Steady app review, I believe the benefits outweigh the disadvantages of using Steady, so if you’re new to the gig economy and is feeling a little lost, this app could be your life changer.

As always, browse our complete list of work at home jobs to find one that’s best for you.

How to Rent Your Car and Actually Make Money

If you have a car or two spending a lot of time sitting idle in your garage, why not rent your car and put it to work for you?

With services and apps that connect your car to those who need it, you can have your car listed in less than an hour.

But I’m sure you have questions about it. How does it work? How safe is it? How much can you make?

Today, you’ll learn about the apps you can sign up for, the pros and cons of renting out your car, and how to maximize your profits.

How to Rent Out Your Car: The Best Car-Sharing Apps

With many apps popping out as the go-between of the service provider and client, companies have found a business idea that involves an app for easy access, and a car rental concept now called “car sharing marketplace.”

If you’re interested in how to rent out your car, these four options should help you get started.

Do note that each option comes with its own Pros and Cons, so be sure to read through the list and find the app that best suits your needs.

1. Turo

Turo Car Rental

Founded in San Francisco in 2009 as RelayRides, the company went national in 2012 and re-branded as “Turo” in 2015.

Turo is the most popular car-sharing marketplace out there today.

It’s been dubbed as the Airbnb of cars because Turo doesn’t own or maintain any cars (much like Airbnb doesn’t own any properties being rented out on the site).

Reasons to Choose Turo:

  • They’re the most popular company of its kind
  • Operates in more than 7,500 cities across 56 countries
  • The website has a lot of information
  • Up to $750,000 in liability insurance (You have to dig deeper into the ins and outs of Turo insurance. Each location has different policies.

Reasons to Skip Turo:

  • Since July 2019, Turo changed policies that prevented hosts from sharing their cars on any other car-sharing service. So you either go with Turo exclusively or not at all.

How to Rent Out Your Car on Turo

  1. Download the app, or open an account on the Turo website.
  2. Check if your car qualifies: less than 12 years old, 130,000 miles or less, clean title, and with a fair market value of up to $150,000
  3. List your car, adding photos and all the necessary information about your vehicle.
  4. Fill out a calendar (When is the car available? Where can it be picked up?)
  5. Set price and some rules (max daily mileage, etc.)
  6. Wait for someone to book your car through the Turo website or the Turo app. As a host, you have control over accepting or declining the booking request.
  7. Contact the client if you have inquiries about the booking.
  8. When you accept the booking, you’ll have to set meeting details (where/when you’ll meet).
  9. During the meeting time, the traveler will check the car for issues, while the host checks their driver’s license, and discuss the rules and dropoff details.
  10. Once the car is given back to you without issues, Turo initiates payment three hours after the trip ends (more if it’s your first time). You’ll get the payment in three to five business days via Stripe.

How Much Can You Make Renting Your Car with Turo?

Turo claims that the average US host earns $700+ per month for renting out their car. You can also estimate your potential earnings by using their Carculator.

Turo takes 15% to 35% of rental income, so you’ll earn 65% to 85% of the trip price.

However, the total price depends largely on the insurance coverage you choose.

For example, if you have commercial rental insurance and you’d like to skip the vehicle protection plans offered by Turo, Turo lowers its commissions and allows you to earn up to 90% of the trip price.

2. HyreCar

HyreCar is similar to Turo, but they’re focused on people who want to rent a car that they can use to drive for Uber, Lyft, Postmates, Grubhub, or any other rideshare or delivery service in the hopes of earning money in the in-demand industry.

Because of this, the cars that they allow to become “hosts” are often newer models and have passed the qualifications of Uber, Lyft, and the like.

Hyrecar benefits

Reasons to Choose HyreCar:

  • If you want to rent out your car for longer periods
  • If you’re OK with the client using it to earn money driving for Uber, Postmates, or other similar services
  • If you want to list your car on other car-sharing marketplaces
  • HyreCar is in all 50 states
  • Get a $200 deposit from the renter

Reasons to Skip HyreCar:

  • If you’re worried about extending the life of your car. Another driver will be responsible for it when you rent it out, and you have little to no control over how they use your car.
  • Uses Zendesk as customer support, which means you only get answers via e-mail instead of actually talking to someone

How to Rent Out Your Car on HyreCar

  1. Sign up and create a free listing.
  2. Post details about your car and upload photos, registration, inspection papers from Uber or Lyft.
  3. Wait for a driver to apply to your listing. (Applications expire within 24 hours, so answer asap).
  4. When you confirm an application, check driver documents and insurance documents.
  5. Handoff the keys to the driver, while verifying license and stating mileage/fuel parameters.
  6. Wait for HyreCar to pay you.
  7. Get your car back from the driver, double-checking car condition

How Much Can You Make Renting Your Car with HyreCar?

HyreCar explains that car owners can obtain a steady source of passive income resulting from a re-booking process.

According to HyreCar’s website, the average car owner makes $10,000 to 15,000 per year renting out their vehicle through the site, but the real amount is usually lower than what HyreCar is making us believe.

Car owners get a weekly rental payment, but a 15% HyreCar fee is subtracted from the total.

3. Getaround

Getaround Homepage

Founded in 2009, San Francisco-based Getaround is another peer-to-peer car-sharing company that empowers people to rent and drive cars hassle-free directly from other people who are listing their cars for rent locally.

What makes Getaround different from Turo and HyreCar is that the company has developed its own technology to support the service.

Their Getaround Connect™ technology allows renters to find, rent, and unlock cars right from their phones, which means owners do not need to meet with renters personally anymore.

However, the problem with technological advancements is that this comes at a price.

  • Getaround charges a one-time $99 installation fee for GetAround Connect
  • Although you do get a free 30-day trial, once up, you’d have to shoulder $20/month in subscription fees to continue using Getaround Connect

Reasons to Choose Getaround:

  • Better insurance ($1 million insurance policy for the duration of the trip, including comprehensive, collision, and liability coverage)
  • Available in 300 cities in 7 countries
  • No need to meet up with drivers
  • Impressive Getaround Connect technology

Reasons to Skip Getaround:

  • Monthly subscription fee
  • Your car depreciates

How to Rent Out Your Car on Getaround

Renting out your car via Getaround is the same as Turo and HyreCar, except for the part where you meet with the driver for pickup and drop-off.

The cool thing about Getaround is that renters pick up your car in a pre-determined spot and then put it back there once done with the rental.

How Much Can You Make Renting Your Car with Getaround?

Getaround claims that some owners make up to $10,000 per year (that’s around $800 a month), which isn’t too realistic. Unless your car is being rented out several hours daily, 365 days of the year, which is highly unlikely.

Car rental fees are around $6 to $10/hour. From this amount, Getaround keeps 40%, and the car owner takes home 60% of the rental rate, which is paid once a month via PayPal or check.

Note that their commissions may seem pretty steep, but Getaround already includes full insurance and roadside assistance with every rental.

4. Avail

Avail Homepage

Avail, formerly known as Drift, is another peer-to-peer car-sharing service. What makes it different is that Avail’s pickup and drop-off locations are in airports to allow car owners to rent out their cars while they’re on vacation.

They’ve branched out to select communities to offer park and share services as well.

Reasons to Choose Avail

  • Earn while you’re on vacation.
  • Free parking, free carwash, and free ride to the terminal, even when your car is NOT being shared.
  • There’s a mileage limit of 150 miles, so your car doesn’t get too broken down
  • No need for actual meetups

Reasons to Skip Avail

  • Available only in a few locations
  • They won’t accept manual transmission or electric vehicles

How to Rent Out Your Car on Avail

  1. Sign up on the app or on their website.
  2. Make sure your car is eligible (2013 or newer, less than 125,000 miles, and other eligibility requirements).
  3. Register your car.
  4. Pull up to the Avail lot in the airport so their staff can check it in, inspect, and clean it.
  5. Wait for borrowers to reserve your car, use it, and return it to the lot.

How Much Can You Make Renting Your Car with Avail?

You get paid a fixed amount a day: $20 for standard, mid-sized, and vans, and $25 for large SUV owners.

Pros And Cons of Renting Out Your Car

Renting out your car to strangers does have its pros and cons. Look through these pros and cons before you make a decision on whether to rent out your car.


  1. Registered renters are pre-screened. Car-sharing apps usually do a full background check as well as a DMV check on those who intend to rent using their app. This means you don’t have to do it yourself and you can rest assured that you know who is using your car.
  2. Your car makes money on your schedule. Car-sharing services normally allow car owners to mark themselves as active and inactive whenever they want. So if you need your car, you can use it.
  3. Car-sharing companies cover your insurance. Personal auto insurance won’t cover damages to your car while being rented for profit. It’s standard practice for car-sharing services to provide comprehensive and collision insurance to those who are renting out their cars.
  4. You may be eligible for tax deductions. Some rental properties are eligible for tax deductions. Check with the IRS or a tax expert to find out if your vehicle is eligible and exactly how much you can claim.
  5. You can earn passive income. You can earn as much as $800 per month as extra income while exerting minimal effort.


  1. Maintenance increases dramatically. This is especially true the more you rent out your car. Since the car is your property, you’re responsible for making sure it meets state inspection guidelines.
  2. Your car may come back damaged. Yes, insurance should cover any damages from collisions or accidents, but there’s always a chance that your insurance will deny your claims.
  3. You can’t control your renters’ behavior. From the experiences of those who have rented out their cars, their vehicles sometimes came back smelling of cigarette or marijuana smoke, or the interiors damaged. Unfortunately, there’s little you or the car-sharing services can do but to clean and repair the damage as best as you can. Remember, you’re responsible for keeping your car constantly clean and well-maintained.
  4. The resale value of your car can decline faster. All cars depreciate over time, but the value of a vehicle that’s constantly in use will likely decline faster than a rarely used one.

Tips For Renting Out Your Car

As you may already have learned, renting out your car can make you a tidy sum of cash.

Here are some more tips to ensure you maximize your profits while minimizing your risks.

  • If you’re still paying for your car, talk to your lender first. You might have been interested in renting your car because it can help you make your car payments, but your lender might take issue with that and may even repossess your car. Clear your plans with them first.
  • Invest in making your listing attractive. Take multiple photos of your (clean!) car from different angles, mention special features, and set a competitive price.
  • Inspect and take photos of your car before and after every trip. In case your car gets into an accident or somehow damaged during a trip, it pays to have documentation. Your insurance company will ask for this as well as the car-sharing companies you’re working with. Make sure the entire exterior and interior are documented, from the condition of the tires and engine to the dashboard.
  • Read through all the terms and conditions carefully. This should be an obvious thing, but this is worth drilling in: always read the fine print. No matter which car-sharing service you sign up with, you need to be fully informed about what you’re getting into. Most importantly, you need to be clear about what the coverage is in case your vehicle gets damaged, totaled, or stolen.
  • Shop around for insurance. Before you put your car up for rent, make sure it’s actually allowed by your insurance company. Call several companies and compare prices if needed. Don’t be shy about asking if there is a better deal available; an agent may be able to find one. If you buy your car on credit, look for no-down-payment auto insurance options and ask your agent if they have any special offers.

Starting Renting Your Car Out Today!

Renting out a good quality vehicle that you rarely use is a good way to make some money while helping out those who need your car.

But this isn’t the only way to make money from your vehicle.

If having strangers drive your car doesn’t sound very appealing to you, here are some ways to get paid to drive.

Or if you have a pickup truck and the money you’d make renting out through these apps doesn’t seem enough to cover your gas money and other expenses, here are some jobs for pickup trucks that can make you money.

While we’re on the subject of renting out your property, we’ve written about how to rent out your stuff and how to rent out your house. Your assets shouldn’t be lying idle when they can make you decent side cash.

How to Sell Your Wedding Dress: Make Another Bride Happy!

For many, a wedding dress is a once-in-a-lifetime purchase and won’t think twice about spending thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars on a dress they’ll wear on their wedding day and never again.

But a new generation of brides agree that wedding dresses can get pretty expensive.

One way to compromise is to splurge on the wedding dress and then recoup some of the cost by selling the wedding dress by selling it when the wedding is over.

If this is what you’re planning to do after your own wedding, or if you have a once-worn wedding dress that you want to sell, you’ve come to the right place.

Read this guide to selling wedding dresses: the best places to sell them, how to set the price, and more tips to sell your wedding dress.

Where Can I Sell My Wedding Dress Online?

You don’t have to go far to sell your wedding dress.

Just visit any of the websites below and pick the one that fits your situation best (price-wise and overall service):

1. Nearly Newlywed

This website is highly recommended in wedding groups and forums as the process of listing and selling your wedding dress with them is among the easiest.

To get started, create a seller account, upload photos of your wedding dress along with detailed information about the dress (where you bought it, its condition, the reason for selling, etc.), pay a $19.99 listing fee, then wait for your listing to be approved.

Once approved, Nearly Newlywed will take care of everything: advertising and marketing your dress, answering buyer inquiries, processing payments, covering shipping fees (provided your dress is priced over $500), and after-sales support.

You’ll come back into the picture once someone buys your dress. You’ll be given a prepaid shipping label to ship off the dress to the buyer (again, as long as your dress is priced above $500; if your dress is priced less than $500, you’ll have to cover shipping fees).

After the 5-day return window, if your buyer decides to keep the dress, Nearly Newlywed will pay you 70% of the list price of your wedding dress through PayPal or check.

If the buyer changes their mind within the return window, they’ll ship the item back to you, and you’ll need to confirm that you received the dress in good condition so Newly Newlywed can refund them (less a $50 return fee). The dress goes back up for sale until it finds its permanent home.

  • HOW MUCH YOU EARN: You get 70% of the sales price, while Nearly Newlywed earns 30% commission for every wedding dress
  • PROS: Hands-off selling, simple process
  • CONS: $19.99 listing fee + 30% commission is a bit steep for many sellers

2. Stillwhite

This site claims to have sold over $52 million worth of wedding dresses since it opened its doors.

Its buyers and sellers come from around the world, which makes your market reach a whole lot wider.

As a seller, you get to choose from two plans: standard (one-time $20 fee with 4 photos max and no more commission fees to pay when sold) or premium (one-time $30 fee with all standard features plus a gallery feature on the Stillwhite homepage and up to 8 photos and 1 video).

There are branded wedding dresses here, from Maggie Sottero to Vera Wang.

You can search by brand, color, size, and location of seller, among other filters.

  • HOW MUCH YOU EARN: Depends on how much you priced your wedding dress and what type of plan you chose.
  • PROS: No commissions
  • CONS: Upfront fees are high

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3. Wore It Once

This online marketplace looks like Etsy but is focused on buying and selling used wedding dresses, gowns, coats, bags, shoes, or jewelry.

Sellers can create their own custom shop, so you can add your wedding dress and everything else you want to sell.

You only have to pay a one-time $15 setup fee to set up your own shop, then list as many products as you want. These listings don’t expire and you can set your own price, as well as shipping and return options.

Plus, no need to pay monthly hosting and domain fees for your own website. It’s like you paid WoreItOnce to do all that for you.

When buyers see something they like, they can message the seller securely via the WoreItOnce messaging system.

  • PROS: No limits to items you can sell
  • CONS: Payments are made through PayPal and transactions go directly between buyer and seller. Wore It Once isn’t involved directly except as a platform.

4. PreOwned Wedding Dresses

Like Stillwhite, this website accommodates buyers and sellers from all over the world and focuses exclusively on second-hand wedding dresses, shoes, and accessories.

For a flat fee of $25, you can list your wedding dress on their site, and the listing lasts until the dress is sold. There are no commission fees or renewal fees.

You can also sell items from your bridal party, so bridesmaid, mother-of-the-bride, and flower girl dresses can also be put up for sale ($5 listing fee per item).

Your wedding shoes and accessories are also welcome here ($5 listing fee per item), so if you want to sell your veil, tiara, or purse as well, you certainly can.

Buyers who are interested in your listings will message you directly through your PreOwned account to discuss the condition of the item for sale, as well as negotiate the selling price, shipping fees, return policies, and other terms of sale.

Once you reach an agreement, you can invoice your buyer directly and then ship the item to them. has been around since 2004, so you know you’re dealing with a legitimate company.

Plus, their history puts them at the top of search engine rankings, which means your items are seen by more people and thus have greater chances of getting sold. The site even claims to have an average sell time of 70 days.

5. Sell My Wedding Dress

This website offers two ways to sell your wedding dress:

  • Basic (Free!) – 10 active ads with 10 photo uploads. Each listing is active until it’s sold.
  • Premium ($29 one-time) – 25 ads active with 10 photo uploads. The $29 listing fee applies to a wedding dress, but listing all other types of dresses is free. Each listing is active until it’s sold. Your dress is shown as a featured listing on their homepage as well as the category page for free.

For both registration options, you can buy add-ons to help improve your chances of a sale, such as better placements for your listing, bold fonts to catch buyers’ eyes, and a YouTube video.

You’ll be responsible for writing out the description, such as brand, size, color, style, and so on.

Dresses of your wedding party (bridesmaid, mother-of-the-bride, and flower girl) are also welcome to be listed here.

Their messaging system allows buyers to directly communicate with the sellers.

  • PROS: No commissions to pay, no hidden costs
  • CONS: Steep fee for the premium plan

6. OnceWed

The selling process on OnceWed is similar to some of the other websites above, in which you can register on the site, pay a listing fee for your dress, discuss with buyers, ship your dress, and get paid.

You can list a wedding dress for $19.95 and $5 per additional item, which will be valid until the items are sold.

  • PROS: No commissions, over 10 years in the industry
  • CONS: Separate listing fees can add if you’re selling to multiple items

7. Poshmark

Poshmark is an app where you can sell your wedding dress and other clothing, shoes, and accessories (even those not related to your wedding).

Just click “sell” and follow the instructions. You put details of each item, upload photos, and finalize your listing. You then wait for people to buy your items.

Poshmark gets a 20% cut on items over $15, while a flat rate of $2.95 for any item below $15. Once your buyer has received their items, Poshmark pays you either by Poshmark credit or by direct deposit to your bank.

If you’re interested in selling apps, I’ve previously written an extensive Poshmark review recently. Check it out here.

  • PROS: Very easy to use
  • CONS: High fees

Other resources you could check include:

  • Wedding Bee – a forum focused on the wedding industry. This link leads you to a section where people buy and sell used or never-worn wedding dresses.
  • Tradesy – A general online marketplace for designer clothing and other goods. There are no up-selling fees here, but you’d have to pay 19.8% commission.

How to Sell a Wedding Dress Locally

If you want to handle everything and even meet the buyer in person, you can sell your wedding dress locally, too!

Wedding Dress Consignment

For a hands-off approach, find a wedding dress consignment shop in town.

Your wedding dress will be evaluated for quality and price, then if you give your go signal, the shop will sell the dress on your behalf.

The problem with consignment shops is that they tend to charge super-high commission fees (often up to 50%) of the final sale price of your dress.

I only recommend going this route if you’re in an exceptional hurry to sell but have no time to find a buyer on your own.

If you’re not in a rush, either Craigslist or Facebook are better options for selling your wedding dress to local buyers.

Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace

Craigslist continues to be a contender in the online buy-and-sell space, even if there are tons of selling apps available these days. The reason for this is Craigslist’s undisputed way of targeting buyers by town, city, state, and so on. Plus, it’s free to list as many items as you want.

You do need to be flexible with pricing since Craigslist is a place where buyers haggle freely.

If someone tries to buy your wedding dress and decides to meet up, keep yourself safe by choosing a public place with a lot of people. If possible, get someone to go with you and always let someone you trust know where you are.

Facebook has more modern features but it works mostly like Craigslist since it’s up to you and the buyer to negotiate the selling price, discuss shipping the wedding dress, and so on. You do have to be more aggressive in spreading the word about your wedding dress for sale on Facebook Buy and Sell groups, Facebook Marketplace, or even on your own profile.

You can search for ultra-specific Facebook groups, such as “2021 Florida brides,” “Miami wedding planners,” or “Buy and Sell Wedding/formal dress in [city]”.

It’s free to post items on Facebook, and if you don’t want to go to groups, you can list the dress on Marketplace and spend some advertising money to target potential buyers.

Facebook lets you choose demographics when you boost a post, so it’s possible to choose local buyers exclusively.

Tips to Help You Sell Your Wedding Dress

How quickly you’re able to sell your wedding dress depends on multiple factors, such as the brand/designer, age, condition, and where you choose to sell it.

Here are other things you can do for you to be able to sell your wedding dress more quickly at a fair or more-than-fair price.

Make sure your listing is truthful and detailed.

Brides buying secondhand wedding dresses want as much information on the dresses they’re looking to buy so they can make the right buying decision.

When creating your listing, make sure that you include who designed or who manufactured it, what year, color, collection, and which store you bought it from. Also, indicate if you had it altered in any way.

If you had the dress professionally made, make sure you indicate it, as well as the exact measurements.

All of the information you include should be the truth; if you lie, your buyer will find out when they get the dress anyway. You don’t need the aggravation and bad karma of a return or a PayPal dispute, so just tell the truth the first time around.

Learn how to take beautiful photos of your dress.

Gorgeous photos help boost your listing immensely. Learn the basics of apparel photography, such as the right lighting, angles, backdrop, and equipment to use.

Take pictures of the front, back, and any details your buyer should know, such as intricate beadwork, lace patterns, or any damage to the dress, such as stains or discolored patches. You need not include all the details in your listing, but if a buyer asks for more photos, you should have these handy to show them.

If you have photos of yourself wearing the dress at your wedding, have those photos ready, too. Buyers would have a better idea of how a dress actually flows when a human model is wearing it, as opposed to a hanger or a mannequin.

Know how to price your gown.

Setting a price is more of an art than a science. But there are some basic rules of thumb you need to know.

If your wedding dress is less than three years old, you can sell it for around 50% off its original price; a bit more if the gown is from a well-known designer, such as Vera Wang or Monique Lhuillier.

The style of the gown can also be a big factor. If your dress is in a classic style that’s sought after, it can still fetch around 50% of its price even if it’s older than three years old.

If a dress has never been worn, you can expect to sell it for around 80% to 90% of its original value, provided it remains pristine.

Include any fees you expect to pay, such as cleaning fees, listing fees, commissions, and other fees, in your computation.

Take excellent care of the dress.

Worn or unworn, immaculate or stained, taking care of the wedding dress before you sell it is a must.

Right after the wedding, hang it out to air dry. Don’t wrap it, especially in plastic, before it has been cleaned, as this is a surefire way for stains and gross smells to set in.

Wine, makeup, sweat, blood, and perfume are the usual causes of stains on wedding dresses, so try to remove the stains as soon as you can before they set.

Get the dress professionally cleaned. It will cost a few hundred dollars, but it’s a worthy investment, whether or not you plan to sell it.

After taking photos of the wedding dress for your listing, make sure it’s stored in a dark, dry place with constant temperature.

Other Ways to Offload Your Wedding Dress

If you haven’t been able to sell your wedding dress after a while, don’t get too discouraged. Here are other ways to “rehome” your gown.

Rent it out

Renting out your stuff can be pretty lucrative, as long as your stuff remains in demand.

Tuxedos are often rented, so why can’t wedding dresses, right?

Your best bet is to rent it out locally so that the turnover is quick and if the dress is damaged or lost, it’s less of a hassle to sort out than with someone who lives in another city or state.

Donate it

If you don’t mind eating the cost of the wedding dress and simply want to give to charity, you can donate your dress to websites, such as Brides for a Cause or Brides Do Good, who will sell your wedding dress and donate the proceeds to women-centered charities.

Maybe help a military or first responder out by donating your gown to Brides Across America.

Or help bereaved parents who have lost their baby by donating your wedding dress to NICU Helping Hands’ Angel Gown® Program who will turn them into custom-made gowns for final photos and burial services.

Repurpose it

You probably won’t be wearing your wedding dress to any other event, so if you’re comfortable with a sewing machine and don’t mind seeing your wedding dress in pieces, turn it into something you’ll wear again and love.

Create separate top and bottom pieces, or a cocktail dress you can wear to formal events.

Or turn it into a christening or first communion dress for a daughter or a loved one.

If you cringe at the thought of taking tailor shears to your dress but don’t mind someone else doing it, have the folks at Unbox The Dress help you out.

Sell Your Wedding Dress Today!

For many brides, their wedding dress is the most expensive piece of clothing they’ll ever buy and wear. It makes sense to want to recover even part of the cost of the dress.

Hopefully, this guide to selling your wedding dress has been helpful to you and given you plenty of ideas.

Planning to sell your wedding dress soon? Which of these options look most interesting to you? Tell us in the comments!

How to Land an Appointment Setting Job

If you have people skills, a knack for sales, and don’t mind being on the phone for hours, you might want to consider applying for appointment setting jobs.

Appointment setters can work from home or in-office, full-time or part-time. They are usually hired by companies in the sales and real estate industries.

Read on to learn more about how to get appointment setting jobs: what the job involves, what you need to get started, and where to look for these jobs.

What is an Appointment Setter?

Essentially, an appointment setter calls or emails prospective clients and scheduling appointments for them to speak with a salesperson.

Appointment setters normally use a list of leads that the company has already collected by other means.

Depending on the company and industry, appointment setters could be assigned to make cold calls (call people who may or may not be interested in your company’s product or services).

As you can imagine, this can be quite unpredictable since some people wouldn’t take unexpected calls kindly.

Appointment setters are quota-driven, usually assigned to contact up to 100 people a day.

They’re also responsible for record-keeping and updating the status of leads.

For instance, did a lead set up an appointment or request a callback? Did a lead request never to be called again? Did a lead end up being a customer? These are details you will need to record.

What Qualifications and Tools Will You Need for Appointment Setting Jobs?

Most companies require appointment setters to have completed high school, while a few prefer those who have a year or two of college.

Employers usually search for appointment setters who demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:

  • Sales and Communication Skills — You must be armed with the ability to listen and communicate (either written or orally) to leads. You should also be mindful of verbal and written cues that can help you identify what potential customers need and what they’re looking for.
  • Organization Skills — You’ll need to keep track of all the calls and emails you make per day. You’ll typically be provided a CRM software for recordkeeping or trained to use a spreadsheet. Either way, you’ll need to be comfortable with logging and tracking all of the leads on your list. You’ll also have to maintain an accurate calendar of all the appointments you’re able to set.
  • Phone Skills — The job mostly involves being on the phone, so you must be comfortable making outbound calls daily. Having call center experience, even if you mostly handled inbound calls, is a great advantage for you.
  • Advanced Computer Skills — Aside from data entry, you’ll also be using an outbound dialer, CRM software, Microsoft Office applications, Google Drive/Docs, spreadsheets, and other similar tools.
  • Multitasking Skills — To make your workflow more efficient, you’re going to have to be able to research, take down notes, and log your calls, all while talking to leads on the phone. It takes a bit of practice.
  • Self-motivation — Although you’ll be a part of a team, you will have to handle all leads assigned to you on your own. This is particularly important with homebased appointment setting jobs because no one will be supervising you.

Aside from these skills and characteristics, you’ll need some equipment and software to be a remote appointment setter.

  • Dependable computer or laptop — You don’t have to have the most expensive one, but it does have to have a wired LAN port (preferred by most companies) and it has to be able to handle the software you’ll need to install.
  • High-quality headphones — Not only will you need crystal clear audio and a good microphone that can cancel ambient noises, but you’ll also have to consider how comfortable they are because you’ll have to wear them for hours at a time.
  • Dialer — Different companies may use different dialer programs. Autodialers are programmed to call a list of contacts in sequence automatically (hence the name), while manual dialers depend on you to input the phone number of each lead.
  • Landline — Even though virtual phone numbers are popular now, some companies may require you to have an actual phone to dial from.

How Much Can You Earn as an Appointment Setter?

The going hourly rate for appointment setters ranges from around $10 to $19, with the usual rate at $14.46 per hour, which is around $36,000 annually (Source).

It isn’t very large, but companies normally give out commissions for leads that turn into actual appointments and even bonuses if you go beyond your daily quota.

Paid training and employee benefits are possible, but not all companies offer them, so make sure to clarify income details before signing the dotted lines.

Like other work-from-home jobs, if you’re an online appointment setter, you will join 1099 contract employees, who file and pay for their taxes voluntarily.

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8 Companies Offering Appointment Setting Jobs Online

I’ve rounded up 8 companies actively hiring appointment setters.

Take a look at your options and weigh the pros and cons to find the right job for you.

1. FlexJobs

I recommend starting your job search at FlexJobs, as this job site is home to remote job opportunities posted by employers that have been vetted. You can rest assured that you’re applying to legitimate companies.

Plus, FlexJobs provides support, guidance, and tools for you to land the job you want.

2. Blue Zebra

Blue Zebra has been hiring work-from-home appointment setters for many years, which is why they’re the most popular company on this list.

They’re also legitimate, having hired and paid hundreds of people since 2001.

Blue Zebra appointment setters are experts at cold calling.

Since cold calling involves trying to contact people who haven’t shown interest in your company’s product or services, you’d have to have thick skin to pull it off every day. There’s always a good chance people you call will get angry, shout or even cuss at you for calling them.

Blue Zebra requires its appointment setters to work from 4 to 8 hours a day, five days a week.

That means that the minimum amount of hours that you can work in a given week is 20 and the maximum is 40.

  • How Much Does Blue Zebra Pay? The company hires you as an independent contractor, so your pay will not be deducted by taxes. You have to file and pay for your taxes on your own. Newly-hired appointment setters earn $15 per hour, but can quickly get a 10% to 14% increase after the first 2 months if they produce quality results. Other bonuses and incentives are given on top of the hourly pay, such as a Client Renewal Bonus paid after 200 hours of work. Payments are sent weekly via direct deposit.
  • PROS: High-paying, consistent work available, on-time payments
  • CONS: Unpaid meeting times, purchase of an ACT software needed for the work ($200 for new)

3. Paragon Planners

Paragon Planners operates mainly in the financial wholesaling and financial advisor industry. The company hires Regional Schedulers by state.

Today, their doors are open to those from the states of AZ, CA, CO, FL, MI, MO, NC, OH, OR, SC, and TX.

Because of highly-sensitive financial information, all qualified planners will undergo background checks before starting work.

Training will then involve 6 to 10 hours per week until a 3- to 6-week training period has been completed. Those who have finished training and shown promise could request additional client assignments and work hours of up to 32 hours per week.

Regional planners work from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday in all time zones.

  • How Much Does Paragon Planners Pay? The company pays its regional planners from $13 to $15 per hour, depending on experience.
  • PROS: Professional managers, on-time payments, flexible work hours, may be eligible for insurance depending on the number of hours worked
  • CONS: Medium to low pay; no Macs or Macbooks allowed

4. SalesRoad

SalesRoads is one of North America’s leading B2B Appointment Setting and Demand Generation Companies.

Sales Roads has a great management team that encourages individual growth, which is important in work-from-home jobs because the go-to contact person connects the appointment setter to the company.

  • How Much Does SalesRoad Pay Appointment Setters? You can earn $13 to $16 per hour, depending on experience. After a few months, you’ll get to enjoy paid time off.
  • PROS: Flexible work hours, work from home, higher pay than others
  • CONS: Work can be very busy

5. boasts of over 7 million qualified leads generated to thousands of clients since it was founded in 1989.

This lead generation company actively looks for qualified appointment setters to add to their team.

Located in Hartford, CT, the company specializes in the B2B appointment setting arena.

As an appointment setter, you should be familiar in selling “complex” B2B products and/or services, including “non commodity” items.

  • PROS: The company wouldn’t be around for over 3 decades if they’re not trustworthy and legitimate.
  • CONS: There is very little information about salary, employment details, and so on

6. TeleReach

TeleReach Corporate is a national telephone-marketing firm engaged exclusively in outbound business-to-business calls.

The company has been providing business development, appointment setting, lead generation, and information-gathering company since 1996.

If you’re an experienced appointment setter who is up for a challenge, TeleReach can be the ideal company for you. They require up to 100 daily calls, so it’s no easy feat.

  • How Much Does TeleReach Corporate Pay Appointment Setters? As an appointment setter for TeleReach Corporate, you only get paid for each successful appointment set. It is commission-based with daily, weekly, and monthly performance-based bonuses.
  • PROS: Flexible work hours, work from home, $3,000 employee referral program, and Flex Appointments worth up to $520+ per year
  • CONS: Commission-based

7. Automatic Appointments

Automatic Appointments offers solutions to businesses who need experienced sales teams to do telephone sales and cold calling.

They’re currently looking for Sales Assistant Appointment Setters to work 10 to 50 hours a week from home as independent contractors paid hourly.

  • How Much Does Automatic Appointments Pay?? The posted salary is around $300 to $1200 per week, but since the number of hours can vary, the hourly rate is a bit vague.
  • PROS: Weekly on-time payments, flexible work hours
  • CONS: Hourly rate vague


This site is actually a directory of remote callers that financial, life insurance, real estate, or any other company that needs them can purchase so they can select callers to offer appointment setting jobs.

Post your profile for free to be included in the directory for a chance to be contacted by these companies that need appointment setters.

  • PROS: Employers will contact you and you get to choose which jobs to take
  • CONS: No guarantees of jobs; you need to negotiate your pay

Appointment Setter Job Outlook

According to BLS, there will be a 5% decline in the demand for appointment setting jobs due to automation advancements through 2026.

However, this doesn’t include home-based appointment setters, since companies tend to go about technological changes gradually. As companies automate this particular task, there will be a spike in outsourcing the work to home-based freelancers.

You can take advantage of this period, especially if you’re looking for a short-term job.

Apply For Appointment Setting Jobs Today!

I hope this guide helps you decide if an appointment setting job is right for you and which companies to apply to.

However, if you don’t like talking to people for hours but would like a job you can do from home, check out our list of online transcription jobs, online proofreading jobs, or this huge list of non-phone jobs you can do from home.