1099 Top 10: Grow Your Customer Base with Email and Social Media

We like to regularly share our favorite posts from the Work at Home Mom niche. Some articles may come from Moms, but all of them will be great. Enjoy!

·         DIY Natural chats with Aweber and shares just how important an e-mail list is.  Even better, he shares his strategies for growing the website, e-mail list, and social media accounts.

·         Would you like to be a B-list blogger?  A guest poster on Microblogger shows you how.  (For what it's worth, being a B-list blogger sounds pretty good!)

Work-at-Home Job Leads for October 20th, 2014

Welcome to our weekly Jobs spotlight, where we highlight some of the job opportunities that we have found for 1099 Moms and other employment from home.  


Preschoolers and Peace eBook: A Book Review

One of the main reasons many moms become work at home moms is because they want to spend more time with their children than they would be able to if they went to work outside the home every day.  Some women take this a step further and become work at home, homeschooling moms. 

Working at home or homeschooling with little ones underfoot can be frustrating, but it doesn't have to be.  Kendra Fletcher, a mother to eight and a homeschooling mom for the last sixteen years (beginning when her oldest was 4), knows quite a bit about homeschooling with little ones.  She is the author of the popular blog, Preschoolers and Peace, and now she is also the author of the e-book, Preschoolers and Peace: Homeschooling older kids with success while loving the little ones at your feet.

4 Ways to Get Your Tween Involved in Your Family Business

An at home business provides many benefits.  As a work-at-home mom, you get to spend more time with your children, and your children get to see firsthand what is required to be an entrepreneur and small business owner.

If your child is interested and you are willing, you could involve your child in helping you run your business.  In a few years, your business could very well become a family business, and you could be imparting important life and business skills to your child.

Involving your child in your business can help teach them drive and initiative as well as discipline.  However, before you begin working with your child, make sure he is truly interested in working for you.  If not, you may cause more harm than good.

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