Work at Home...No Scams!
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If you're looking to supplement your income but can't figure out what is legitimate, then this class is for you! Learn how to identify scams, promote your talents, and find legitimate companies to work for. Whether your need to get out of debt, save for a vacation, or just get food on the table, you'll learn what is available to achieve your goals.
Section 1: Is it real or a scam?
In this section, you'll learn:
Section 2: Internet Information Revealed
In this section you'll learn:
Section 3: Making Money!
Bethany Mooradian has taught nearly 300 classes on working from home helping a staggering 9000+ students get started on the path to self-employment. She has never held a traditional job longer than nine months, and has been "Queen of the Random Job" since 1999, working for over 200 companies as an independent contractor. Her work at home advice has appeared in such publications like Good Housekeeping, AOL Jobs, CareerBuilder, ABC News, US News and World Reports among others.
This course contains nearly 3 hours of video and approximately 116 pages of text.
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|Section 1: Is it Real or a Scam?|
|Introducing the presenter, Bethany Mooradian, her experience, and an overall view on this section's material.|
|A basic overview on the psychology of scammers, and how their ads can deceive us.|
|There is a difference between work at home jobs and opportunities. Not every "work at home" ad is a scam. Learn how to know the difference.|
|MLM (Multi-level Marketing,) Network Marketing and Direct Sales companies are very common in the work at home world. Learn what to look for when evaluating these opportunities. Supplementary materials include links to companies seeking reps.|
Learn about affiliate programs and how to identify them.
|Learn the different parts of a sales site. Some aspects are used for sheer manipulation, others are to increase credibility.|
|In-person seminars are another way that marketers try to get you to buy into a "work at home" opportunity. Learn the tactics of marketers so you're prepared!|
Common job scams as well as other payment scams.
|Section 2: Internet Information Revealed|
|Brief introduction into the material presented in Section 2.|
|Basic information about getting online, and how to trace IP addresses.|
|Basic information you should know about website registrations and subdomains.|
|What is means to mask a link and how to reveal a link once it's been masked. Also, what PPC (pay per click) is and why it matters in the work at home world.|
|Important information you need to know if you use email.|
|Going through how to identify scams using the SCRAM formula. Supplemental materials include 7 examples of real-life scamming, and resources for reporting scams.|
|Section 3: Making Money|
|Quick introduction to the materials presented in Section 3.|
The difference between being an Employee vs. being an Independent Contractor as well as tips to apply to jobs. Supplemental materials include resources for entrepreneurs.
|Basic overview on sales and income taxes. Be sure to consult a professional in your area to make certain you're following all of your local and federal laws!|
|A quick refresher to set realistic expectations. Plus: Quick ways to get cash fast, Selling and renting your stuff, and domestic and labor gigs. Supplemental materials include links to resources.|
|Resources for Creative people, Technical people, and Drop Shipping. Supplemental materials includes links to companies and resources.|
|Learn about various ways you can make extra money in investing, or through Market Research. Supplemental materials include links to focus groups, surveys, and mystery shopping information, as well as investing resources.|
|Information on how to use your skills to get writing and blogging jobs, also information on affiliate programs. Supplemental materials include links to companies and resources.|
|Learn about getting paid to drive, watch video, receive mail, and explore the micro-gig universe. Supplementary materials include links to companies and resources.|
|Finding more traditional means of employment using Craigslist, Temp Agencies and various types of Delivery jobs. Supplemental materials include links to companies and resources.|
|Information on getting online assistant jobs, and virtual assistant jobs. If you're looking for a traditional type of job, but want to work from home, then this area is going to be the most suited to you. Supplemental materials include links to companies and resources.|
|Specific jobs geared to those with experience in the education, heath, translation or transcription fields. Supplemental materials include links to resources and companies.|
|Jobs for actors, seasonal employment, government, as well as assistance for the disabled. Supplementary materials includes links to companies and resources.|
Bethany Mooradian (Queen of the Random Job) has never held a traditional job for longer than nine months. Working as a Mystery Shopper, Virtual Assistant, Dog Walker, Puppeteer, and Ronald McDonald's bodyguard as well as many other roles, she has found unique ways of making ends meet and living her avant-garde passions. Now, Bethany spends her time helping others find legitimate work at home jobs and avoid scams through her books and seminars.
Bethany is one of the few people who has experienced nearly every aspect of Mystery Shopping. Starting out as a shopper in 1999, she also filled the roles of editor and scheduler. She began teaching mystery shopping classes in 2003, and wrote a book, as well as created an interactive CD rom about the industry. Small businesses have called on her expertise to help train their employees, while Mystery Shopping companies have sought her talents in recruiting and training shoppers. For two years, she ran Shop Incognito as a full service mystery shopping company in the Detroit area. Bethany has held over 300 classes and presentations, and has even spoken at the national mystery shopping conventions. Her unique insight into the work-at-home industry has led to press in such publications like Good Housekeeping, AOL Jobs, CareerBuilder, MSNBC.com, ABCnews.com, The Detroit News, The Toronto Sun, US News and World Reports and others.