Work-at-Home Job Leads List for December 22nd, 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.  


1099 Mom is Now Accepting Guest Posts!

The 1099 Mom site is now accepting guest authors for our "I Want to Be" series and articles on how to make money from home!

Do you have a brilliant business idea? Are you making money from home while balancing your family demands?  Are you willing to share your expert tips, marketing strategies, and income details?

We are now taking guest submission that meet the following guidelines:
  • High-quality, 100% unique, and previously unpublished articles of 600 words. 
  • Each article must includes actionable takeaways. (Tips for our readers to put into place today!)
  • No advertisements allowed during the article, although we do allow 2 "no follow" links in the bio after the article, and a author name in the byline.
  • No articles will be accepted on behalf of PR companies. We encourage you to direct your clients to contact us personally, and we'd be glad to discuss.
  • We reserve the right to decline any offer we deem to be for SEO purposes only. Articles that have been published on our site, but appear elsewhere after being published, will be taken down.

Pro-Blogging Secrets by Bob Lotich - A Book Review

Have you been blogging for a while, but you’d like to take your blog to the next level?  Do you dream of making a full-time living from your blog?  If so, then Bob Lotich’s Pro-Blogging Secrets: Strategies, Tips, and Answers You Need to GrowYour Blog and Earn More Money may be the perfect read for you.

This book is the second book in the series.  If you’re a new blogger, you’ll want to start with the first book, How to Make MoneyBlogging: How I Replaced My Day Job with My Blog.

What Can I Expect from This Book?

This highly informative book contains eight main sections:

Where to Find Giveaways to Offer on Your Blog

Giveaways can be a great way to draw traffic to your blog and potentially find new readers.  However, unless you’re independently wealthy, you’ll likely want to find others to sponsor your giveaways because running giveaways if you supply the prize can get expensive, quickly!

If you’re new to running giveaways, here are some places you can look to begin offering giveaways.

DIY Giveaways

Offer one yourself.  In the beginning, just to get momentum going, you may want to sponsor your own giveaway.  You could pay for the item out-of-pocket, but there are other ways to keep costs low.  My favorite way is to get a free gift card from my credit card rewards program and offer that as my giveaway prize.

Once you begin offering giveaways, companies will take notice.  They’ll begin e-mailing you and asking if you’d like to work with them on a review and giveaway.  Do the best work you can on these because other companies will look at your giveaway posts before asking you if you would like to work with them.  This can create a positive domino effect—the more great reviews and giveaways you offer, the more offers you will get from companies to do reviews and giveaways.

1099 Top 10: Preparing for Tax Season

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!

·         It’s almost the end of the year, and that means you’re about to see many, many tax articles targeting freelancers.  AccountLancer sets the record straight about the best year-end tax moves for your business.

·         Planting Money Seeds has pulled together a list of documents you’ll need when you meet with your CPA this winter.  Start now to put the documents aside so you’re not scrambling later.

·         There’s still time to make your little princess a homemade Christmas present.  Lynnae McCoy shows you how to make homemade hairbows in 7 easy steps!

Work-at-Home Job Leads for December 15th, 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.  


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