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    10 Replies Latest reply on Mar 12, 2008 8:23 PM by Jaquetta

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    carefind Newbie


      Kindly assit me with best information on where i can get reliable site for data filling jobs.


      I know some one here has some good information on this.
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          MetroGal Adventurer
          Hello carefind, Have you tried Then click for your specific state & city. There should be a bunch of job related categories to select from (part time, misc, etc.). You can then search for the data entry jobs or you may find other home based jobs that may be of more interest to you. But like all job postings or opportunities posted - use caution and common sense when following up.
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            LUCKIEST Guide
            carefind, Have you tried Google??
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              intechspecial Ranger
              I am not real sure have you done a Google search on this?
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                gervi115 Newbie



                just checkin' online home based business wont cost you anything except smart thinking and a little of your time....(not even a dime!)

                opppppsss! this is not a get- rich -quick scheme....NO WAY FOR MLM ( i've been there!) but will really require your sincere understanding and endurance. good luck.

                you call me 843 390 5435 (believe me it's true)

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                  LUCKIEST Guide
                  Not online, but maybe this will help, LUCKIEST

                  5 Steps to Small Business Success

                  1. Start Smart
                  2. Plan Ahead
                  3. Set up Systems
                  4. Seek out Sales
                  5. Aim for Growth



                  1. Start Smart.
                  Identify a niche. Don't compete to be the lowest cost provider. Look
                  for what makes your product or service unique and adds a special value
                  for the client and charge for that value. Every business has many
                  facets. Start with what you know and like; start a business that has
                  meaning to you. Keep in mind that we don't know what the future holds,
                  many of the jobs and businesses of tomorrow don't exist today. You can
                  create your own success.


                  Now is the time to dream. To start smart, you should like the idea of
                  the business. The way to earn a good income and build wealth is by
                  serving clients well, making their life better in some way-it's more
                  than filling a need in the marketplace. To succeed you want to test the
                  idea to make sure your potential clients like the idea too. Test your

                  2. Plan Ahead.
                  People often ask me why bother with a business plan? Look at the
                  lottery as an example. You may get lucky and get the winning ticket,
                  but the odds are against you when you rely on random chance. I'm a risk
                  taker...but not that much, minimize the risk of going into business and
                  maximize your potential for success. Take the time to write a plan of
                  how you get from point A to point B. A plan gives you a clear future
                  focus and increases your chances of success.


                  The first rule of a start-up is put some of your own money in the
                  business. As the owner you must be willing to capitalize the business.
                  The second rule is put as little of your own money as possible in the
                  business. Prepare your plan and look for funding for your business from
                  multiple sources, which can include a business loan or business line of


                  Don't go it alone. Plan ahead now to build your team. Your team may
                  include a CPA and an attorney that you work with as needed. Add a
                  mentor from your industry and get a SCORE mentor to help you plan for
                  success. No one has all the answers. You get more ideas and information
                  by building a success, support team that can help you plan ahead.

                  3. Set up Systems.
                  The most basic system every business should have is a good financial
                  system. Ask yourself how am I going to generate enough income to
                  support myself and my family. Begin here. Put together a personal
                  budget, so you know what it costs you to live. Now, you can move on to
                  the business budget and sales planning, so you can see how many sales
                  you need to break even and make a profit. The start-up expense plan,
                  operating budget and your accounting software are vital to your



                  4. Seek out Sales.
                  The daunting question is how do you go about seeking out your first
                  sale. Recognize that since you don't have a big ad budget to be seen by
                  everyone, you need to target a niche and get connected in your market
                  community, be it local, regional or national. You need other people
                  selling for you-not employees-goodwill referrals. Get out and talk to
                  as many people as you can. Join organizations that would have clients
                  for your product or service. Become a visible part of your market, and
                  then ask for the sale. You begin the sales process with people that you
                  know. Yes, it's okay to start with friends and family as your first
                  customers, and then broaden from there.



                  5. Aim for Growth.
                  The basic tenant of creating a company is that you own the company. You
                  are not just creating a job for yourself. It's less risk and less
                  investment to get a job. Building a business is creating a company that
                  is more than the job itself. Think about the future. How large do you
                  want the company to be in terms of sales, net profit and employees?
                  Your answer to each of these questions will influence how you grow.
                  There are varying costs and profits associated with growth. It's
                  important to make a deliberate choice early about how you want to grow
                  your company.

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                      gervi115 Newbie
                      hi Luckiest,,,,,,,,,

                      thanks so much for your welcome note sent on my email.

                      however, the ideas you've shared are the best recipes to maintain ,if not, endure the loops in businesses (may it be small or big ventures)
                      keep it up!


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                      logistas Newbie
                      Job Sites Links to various sites that you can offer your services, and find online jobs.

                      Elance Online (International)
                      8.75% or $10 Commission fee ($5,000 cap)

                      5% or 10% fee (depending on budget)

                      RentACoder (International)
                      15% or $3 Commission fee (whichever is higher)

                      Scriptlance (International)
                      5% or $5 Commission fee (whichever is higher)

                      GetAFreelancer (International) 10% or $5 Commission fee (whichever is higher)


                      Jobserve (UK)

                      PHP-Freelancers (International)

                      Planet Recruit (UK)

                      I recommend Getafreelancer cause you can sign up for free, and get instant access to all the jobs and resources.

                      Some informations about Home Based Business :
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                          SpartanWarior Wayfarer
                          Hello Logistas,

                          Thanks for the post. It was useful.

                          I just wanted to know what your pain points are when you use such wesites. Specifically, do you think these websites cost too much? Do you think these websites dont add much value after they put us in touch with our customers but still want a share of our revenue on second and subsequent projects as well?

                          Thanks for the information.

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                              DomainDiva Ranger
                              One of the fastest growing online home jobs is airlines reservations. American, Jet Blue et al are using home contractors to fulfill this once in house function.

                              (Thats why there is a 10.00 charge for purchasing a ticket through a res agent instead of online).
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                            Jaquetta Newbie

                            I just want to be honest and let you know there is no real money in data entry. I you would like to earn $750-$3000 commissions check out my website
                            Hope this helps.