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Start Treating Your Blog Like a Business – 5 Reasons You Need Cloud Storage

WD My Cloud EX2By Holly Reisem Hanna

Thanks to WD for sponsoring today’s post and for providing me with a My Cloud EX2 to use and review.

When I began my blogging journey, I backed up my computer files on multiple flash drives. Yes, I know, not a good strategy, but I wanted to save money. But after a virus took down my laptop and I had to pay $99 for file recovery, I decided to invest in an external hard drive.

My external hard drive worked great, but when I switched from a PC to a Mac, I had to get a new external hard drive that was Mac compatible. Again this worked well, but only when I actually remembered to back it up. Luckily, during this time I never lost any of my files. But if I had, it would have been a complete nightmare for my business. (more…)

You’re Personally Invited to Be a Work at Home Fashion Insider

BeautiFall Career Event CAbiBy Holly Reisem Hanna

This fall, CAbi is inviting you to experience the brand in a very special way through a live broadcast at one of their many viewing parties! You’ll get to engage with the CAbi Community, get a sneak peek of the spring trends, and find out more about working from home as a CAbi Consultant.

Come join me at the BeautiFall Career Event and …

  • Find out how you can work from home as a Fashion Insider
  • See an exclusive view of CAbi’s New Arrivals, ThankFall Me
  • Get a sneak peek of the Spring 2015 Collection
  • Learn about the inspiration behind these Collections from the CAbi Design Team
  • Hear from CAbi’s leadership about what’s next for CAbi and how we are uniquely positioned in the marketplace
  • See how CAbi Consultants make CAbi work so beautifully in their lives (more…)

111 Online Platforms to Sell Your Stuff for Money

Online Platforms to Sell Your Stuff for MoneyBy Holly Reisem Hanna

When I first became a stay at home mom, we went from being a two income family to an one income family. And even though I had planned financially for this transition, I was surprised at how quickly my savings dwindled down. To help pay for all of the activities that my daughter and I were enrolled in, I started selling various things online. I sold books, CDs, used baby gear, clothes, shoes, handbags, and furniture. In fact, I still sell stuff online today. It’s quick, easy, and it gives you some extra spending cash.

So if you’re looking to make some extra money, declutter your home, or simplify your life, here are 111 online platforms where you can sell your new and used stuff for money.

Antique and Vintage Items:

Do you have vintage items or antiques that you no longer want or need? Then sell them online. Set up an online account, list your items, and get paid minus a small user fee.

Arts, Crafts, and Handmade Items:

Do you make gorgeous jewelry or hand-knit scarves? Then sell your handmade goods on websites like Etsy. Each platform functions as an online marketplace or shop where visitors can purchase your wares. Listing fees and commission rates will vary depending on the platform. (more…)

11 Sites That Will Pay You to Test Out Websites

11 Sites That Will Pay You to Test Out WebsitesBy Holly Reisem Hanna

As a blogger and online publisher it’s important for me to know that my my website is user-friendly. Because if I’m losing visitors due to lousy navigation, lack of clarity, poor design or content — then I’m losing money! This is why companies will pay good money for objective third-party reviews of their website.

To do this job from home you will need to be internet savvy and speak fluent English. You will also need some basic equipment like a computer with a microphone, broadband internet connection, as well as an updated web browser. Most web tests take between 5 to 25 minutes to complete and pay an average of $10 per test.

If you’d like to work from home testing websites, here are 11 sites to check out.

Analysia

Get paid to test out websites. Simply fill out the user registration form and wait to be contacted by email for tasks. Each task will require you to read the instructions, complete the set task on the website, and record your session. Tests usually take between 10 – 15 minutes and pay $10 per test. Payments are made via PayPal.

Enroll

Make money by testing out websites. To enroll in the program submit your email address, password, and pick your preferred method of testing (desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone). Once you’re fully registered, you’ll receive emails when assignments are ready for you. (more…)

How to Get Your First Blog Advertiser

How to Get Your First Blog AdvertiserBy Holly Reisem Hanna

When I got the idea for my blog back in 2007, I knew that I wanted to monetize it. To be able to do this, I had a graphic designer create an advertising tab and page, as well as install a WordPress plugin to accommodate the actual banner ads. I did lots of research to figure out how much to charge, and after 15 months of hard work I was finally able to launch The Work at Home Woman.

To make my site appear more popular than it actually was, I filled up all of my ad spaces with affiliate marketing ads. This made it look like I already had advertisers in place, and it gave me the opportunity to make money with the small amount of traffic that I was getting.

While I was eager to make money with my blog, my main focus was on producing great content. Part of my content strategy was to interview other successful work at home women. One of those interviews was with well established humor blogger, Kelcey Kintner of the Mama Bird Dairies. After the interview was published, Kelcey was kind enough to post a link to interview on her site, which lead one of her readers here.

Guess what?

This reader liked what she saw and purchased a banner ad on my site. All in all it took me a little over 2 months to get my first blog advertiser. While it may seem like my first advertiser landed in my lap, I will tell you that I was out in the blogosphere commenting, reading, marketing my blog, and soaking up every piece of blogging information that I could get my hands on. (more…)

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