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  1. Kevin
    & Jade, I thoroughly enjoyed your Article Top 10 Ways To Make Money From Home and I
    would suggest it to anyone with a computer and skills! Your Article is
    informative, with more than just your opinion about each Way you offer. You
    give the Way, Examples of use, and Amount of $to be made. Further, you show
    Jobs Available and Skills Needed! Some will be put off with the frank
    assessment that it takes Time and Work To Make Money! I was not, I found
    honesty refreshing! Janice 🤗🌷

    1. Hi, Janice. We’re happy to know that you found the post informative and valuable. 

      We all know that it’s possible to earn full-time incomes online but what most people don’t realise is that just like any business, it takes time for the seeds you plant to grow.

      Also, we know so many people who would like to earn money online but keep coming across scam opportunities and then are put off.

      Hence, this post. 

      Thank you very much for your kind words, Janice. It’s an indication that we’re achieving the purpose of this post. 🙂

  2. These all look very interesting but If I had to choose one it would have to be Affiliate Marketing which is what I am currently trying my hand at.

    The reasons for this are, I don’t have a product to sell or a course.  One could write a blog about products in a particular niche and attach links to those products which would make them an Affiliate Marketer AND a blogger. 

    I don’t think I would do well as a Network Marketer though.  You have to get others to join below you and I have read other blogs about this and it seems that only the ones that make money are the ones in the top 3-4 tiers.  And you have to buy the products and resell them, don’t you?  

    I used to be involved with Amway, which I think is a good example of Network Marketing, many moons ago and, even though they had some great products, I found it hard to sell to others and recruit others as well.  I knew others that had become very successful, reaching Double and Triple Diamond levels.

    Dropshipping I think is a gamble as well and it sounds like one would have to invest some cash for inventory.  You don’t have to store it but you really have to be smart about what you choose to sell.

    I can do research and write and I like all thing RV so I  think I’ll stick to the AM approach to financial freedom.  There’s more work to be done but I know I will get there.  Highly recommend AM.

    Anyway, just my thoughts,


    1. Hi Wayne, I agree completely. 

      I’m into blogging and affiliate marketing myself. I’ve started writing eBooks too and eventually will probably branch out to selling my own courses – when I get around to it. 

      I figure if other people can do it, so can I. It’s really just a matter of time and effort, I think. Right now, I only have enough time to blog, research and promote. lol

      Like you, I tried network marketing because I knew people who succeeded at them but I just didn’t have it in me. I didn’t like having to do direct selling or any form of retail actually. Although I gave it a  shot, I just never really liked it. I have a lot of respect though for people who do it and do it consistently. The judgement and stigma around what they do are immense.

  3. Hello; Can anyone use all ten ways to make money from home and be successful?

    I read through your information and they all look cool; I know, however, that some things are easier said than done. If I can focus on any one thing that will help me to make money from home I think I will do great with any one of your ten suggestions.


    1. Hi DorcasW, anyone can use all ten ways to make money from home but I wouldn’t recommend it. All of them are businesses and growing a business takes time. Maybe do one first, make it a success and then start another – and maybe hire people to help you.

      I would go with what you’re passionate about although, based on personal experience, you can combine affiliate marketing with the other ways.

  4. Thank you so much for this tips! I’m a manager at chick-fil-a and just do not get paid enough to make it through life. I am getting ready get married next year and have began to worry about finances. My dream is to publish my own book but in the mean time I have decided to start a blog and I’ve being on it for a while now. I’m certain this post will help me more.

    Thanks Jade!

    1. Hey Jordan, congratulations on your upcoming wedding. That’s really when we start worrying about finances, isn’t it? That’s pretty much what happened with us – though I guess we didn’t worry enough to actually do something about it until after we had a child lol

      Let us know when you decide to publish your book. We’d love to check it ou! 🙂

  5. My name is Gomer Magtibay, a small business owner and blogger. I thought quitting my job would make me realize my long-time dream of living my life on my own terms but I was wrong. Operating a small business doesn’t have much difference than having a job because you can get stuck operating it unless you figure out a way to hire people and automate things. That’s how I find affiliate marketing as the true answer to my dream of having freedom in my life.

    I tried other ways listed here, even tried network marketing, but for me it is affiliate marketing that’s worth the attention if freedom is your goal. The reason I said this is, most people think that network marketing is the key to freedom as you can have a downline team working for you and you can relax in a faraway beach. But that’s a rare case and oftentimes, people in that industry end up working perpetually as their downline team can die out if the upline isn’t visible to the team.

    In my opinion, with affiliate marketing, you do not have a downline team to please. You can set up your business to operate on its own by outsourcing content writing, publishing the content after you receive them from content writers, and log in only in your blog only when you like it. With that said, it can be a good way to generate income without much hassle on your part. So, among these 10 ways to make money from home online, it is affiliate marketing that I think I will be doing today and in the years to come.

    1. Hi Gomer, I agree with your points based on our own experiences.

      Affiliate marketing is also easy enough to combine with some of the other ways that we listed. For example, you can always include affiliate links in a YouTube video description or more commonly, on your own blog posts.

      Thank you for sharing your experience. We really appreciate it. 🙂

  6. Wow! What an awesome thing to make a website about. I have been exploring the affiliate marketing platform, and haven’t really had any concrete evidence, on why I should start. Your website is exactly what I was looking for. I have bookmarked this site and will be sharing it with family and co-workers. This information that you have presented especially the Top 10 Ways to Make Money from home. I just wanted to say thank you, and I hope to see more websites like yours. 

    1. Thank you very much for the kind words, Trevor. We’re happy to know that we’re providing information that you find useful.

      We love affiliate marketing – though we’d be the first to admit that it’s slow going when you’re just starting out. Also, like with any business, consistency is key as you need to build your authority so that people will pay attention to what you’re saying or recommending.

      Depending on the company too, you can start using affiliate links (with proper disclosure) on your existing social media accounts so it’s a good way to try it out. 

  7. Thank you for this article. I thought it was very thorough and contained some things that I had not heard much about before, like the dropshipping. Right now I am trying out wealthy affiliate. $50 a month seems like a lot but they had a deal for $20 for the first month and so I actually paid for it because it seems like a good price to try it out. It’s only my first day on wealthy affiliate but I feel like I learned some valuable things that I wouldn’t have learned From free content online. It seems like the only other thing besides the membership itself you have to pay for on wealthy affiliate is your domain names. Besides that, everything is included in the membership.

    1. Based on our own experience, Wealthy Affiliate is well worth the money – as long as you do the training and follow the steps. 😉

  8. Excellent article!  Seriously!  I was engaged throughout the whole thing even reading about the methods I already knew something about.  I have also considered adding a YouTube channel for my blog because I think my niche could benefit from it but haven’t yet considered how I would monetize it.  Thanks for the quick rundown on what exactly you need to turn the monetization feature on.  It definitely won’t be immediate as I’m just starting it, but I’m glad to have the knowledge.  Thank you!  

    I also suddenly got the idea for a course.  Interesting.  ^_^:  Thanks a ton!

    1. Hi Selenity Jade, thank you for commenting and you’re welcome. Sometimes, inspiration strikes us from the unlikeliest place. 😉 Let us know when you launch your course, sounds interesting. 

  9. Some great earning online ideas here! I personally think that affiliate marketing is best for me. Having a website and providing relevant product infornmation like reviews seems to be a fun way to start my own online business, so thanks again for the ideas. Wealthy Affiliate is a platform that I have already heard about and the training there looks great so, that is where I will start, as a free member no less.

    1. Rina, thank you for your comment. I agree with your assessment regarding WA and affiliate marketing. We love it too! 

  10. Great post! I had no idea there were job boards for remote work! Blogging, and creating my own course are the ones for me! Now the struggle is just finding a balance between “promote, promote, promote” and “create, create, create!” And finding time to do it all, along with my day job, and still have some free time to myself now and then! (Like you, I’m also a terrible boss who hardly ever gives myself any time off, haha!)

    1. I know, right??! I was very surprised that there were so many now. I still remember the early days and they were all scams. How things have changed (I feel kinda old). I read somewhere that we need to spend 80% of our time marketing and the rest of the time doing everything else – which is a bit sad as I really want to reverse this scenario. I didn’t really like marketing but I’m learning to love it lol

  11. Lots of good ideas here. I am an IT Director at a school and recently started a blog just to help parents navigate the world of technology. Parents are constantly asking for help with technology their kids use, so I decided to put it all in a blog that I could refer them to. It wasn’t until later that I discovered I could monetize that blog. I still have a lot to learn, but look forward to growing my blog while helping others navigate the world of technology.

    1. Thank you for your comment and glad you liked the post. I’m a mum who definitely asks a lot of questions about technology and kids. Before I had a child, I was adamant that we would have a screen-free home. But I’m a web developer, a blogger and an online entrepreneur so I’m on my laptop a lot. I feel like a hypocrite whenever I stop my child from accessing electronics. And I have a tonne of questions! I’ll be sure to check your blog out. 🙂

  12. Great tips! Being able to work online and start earning a full-time income without having to commute is bliss. I already incorporate blogging and freelancing and need to really up my game with your other suggestions.

    1. Glad to know you liked the post, Diane. It can truly be a blissful life, indeed. Commuting can be terrible and, as I’m not a morning person, waking up at 5am is soooo difficult for me. Good on you for combining blogging and freelancing. I’m doing both too but the blogging is totally separate from my freelancing. Hah! I enjoy web development but I don’t enjoy writing about it. x

    1. Hi Lisa, glad to know this post has been helpful. I, too, know quite a few people with chronic illness and are not able to work in traditional jobs. When they asked, I often said that if they are able to access a computer, then there are ways for them to create an income from home.

    1. Thank you for your comment. I’m glad you liked it. To be honest, I never really thought about all the ways one could make money from home until I became a stay-at-home mum and realised that I really wanted a way to contribute to the family income. Somehow, I always thought that online jobs were scams. I was very pleasantly surprised to know that they are, in fact, very legitimate. What a great time to be working, isn’t it? 🙂

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