6 November, 2015
Clipped: How to Make More Money as a Freelancer, Raise a Family on One Income, Work as a Virtual Assistant and More
Each Friday, we share some of our favorite posts that will help you make money — whether you work at home, want to get ahead in business or just want to make some extra cash on the side.
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Here’s what we clipped this week:
1. 3 Ways You’re Probably Sabotaging Your Freelance Writing Business
Six-figure freelance writer Danny Margulies shares three dangerous self-fulfilling prophecies freelancers make.
Are you sabotaging your earning potential by making these assumptions about your writing business? Read more…
2. The Ultimate Guide to Making Money as a Brand Ambassador
Want to be your own boss and make between $15-50 per hour hanging out at events and using products you love? Kenny Azama does just that as a brand ambassador.
He shares his experience and tips to help you try it for yourself. Read more…
3. How My Family Makes It Work Living on One Income
Molly Triffin at Learnvest
This family of five survives on $50,000 a year! Read their story and learn how they adjusted to living on a single income, and their best tips for stretching a limited budget. Read more…
4. How to Start Offering Virtual Assistant Services Online
Becoming a virtual assistant is a popular work-at-home career choice.
Angie Nelson at The Work at Home Wife interviews VA Gina Horkey about how (and why) to get started in this industry. Read more…
5. 9 Sites You Haven’t Heard of for Selling Your Stuff Online
Maryalene LaPonsie at Money Talks News
Are your goods not moving fast on eBay or Craigslist? These nine sites may be better tailored to what you’re trying to sell. Read more…
Enjoy your weekend, Penny Hoarders!
Your Turn: Did you read any great posts on how to make money this week? Share them in the comments!
Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more.
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