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    Telecommuting jobs podcast
       May 29th, 2006

    Tired of reading our and other posts on home work, freelance and telecommuting? Then it is time to change the activity and listen to some podcast. is the company that promises you to get max out of your technology and save your money. It has recently published a podcast on telecommuting. It is an interview with a new mom – Melissa. Before you  download the podcast two definitions that should make things more clear for our readers:

    Telecommuting or telework is a work arrangement when employees get flexibility in working location and hours. In other words, the daily commute to a central place of work is replaced by telecommunication links.

    Podcasting is the method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio programs or music videos, over the Internet using either the RSS or Atom syndication formats, for playback on mobile devices and personal computers.

    You can download and listen to the interview following this link.


    [tag]telecommuting jobs, podcast, podcasts, free podcasts, work from home[/tag]

    Freelance jobs: check list
       May 29th, 2006

    As a freelancer you were lucky to spot a customer who says he wants you to do the work. And you have found the customer with no help on the part of freelance sites (that fact could be an extra guarantee that your job will be paid).

    The next step is no less important than the process of the freelance vacancy search. This step is called negotiations. You need to get as many details as possible to make sure:

    -    you will cope with it,
    -    the job is legitimate,
    -    you will get paid for it once you are through with the work.

    Questionnaire (ask your new customer):

    1.    Describe the job in details for you to get the client’s expectations
    2.    Deadline
    3.    Communication: how will you contact the client if you have questions
    4.    Job acceptance procedure
    5.    Payment: how much, what method (check, cash, credit card, PayPal, etc) and when. Try to get 10-30% advance payment.
    6.    Will your expenses be covered?
    7.    A written agreement: will you sign any kind of?

    Once you get the answers you have to ask yourself:

    1.    Are you satisfied with the client’s answers
    2.    Will you enjoy this freelance job
    3.    Do you have enough skills and time to complete it in time and properly
    4.    Is payment rate acceptable
    5.    If it is quite low, is there any chance that the client will become your regular and raise the pay in the future
    6.    Are you confident of the client’s intention to pay you?
    Can you check his background in some way

    You should accept this freelance job only in case you feel comfortable with the answers to the above questions. Do not let your emotions interfere with the decision making process. If the job sounds too good to be true then… It is a good idea to ask someone you trust of their opinion.


    [tag]freelance job, telecommuting, home job, work from home[/tag]

    eBay business: 10 steps to start it properly
       May 28th, 2006

    If you are going to give a try to selling products online, auction is a great starting point. It is a great place to research what people prefer to buy online, at what prices. It is a large market with millions of international buyers and sellers. So, your steps to launch your eBay home business:

    1. Register with

    eBay business: 10 steps to start it properly

    2. Create a seller’s account (you will need to enter the details of your valid credit card – it is safe)

    3. Define what products to sell. Browse the marketplace, check completed auctions (as a registered user you have access to this information), read ‘What’s Hot’, eBay Pulse, etc

    It is the most important step. Probably, you have in mind some suppliers or dropshippers found in our directory. But do not rush to post you auctions – you can lose money with eBay seller fees (see eBay fee chart here), make a proper research of the categories – see who are top sellers of the products you are about to sell, how long are they on the market, check their prices – can you compete with them? See their sales volume. Start slow.

    When I started my eBay business I made a mistake with the product selection. I have found a good lingerie supplier with a nice selection of styles. I did not research the market, but started to promote sales through eBay and fully enabled online store. A few months later I started to feel that something was wrong: occasional 3-4 sales per week were not what I expected from my business). I have invested a few thousands dollars into this venture (online store development, eBay fees) that I never recouped.

    I made (though it was too late) online lingerie market research and discovered that it is overcrowded. I dropped lingerie sales, found another product after the proper eBay market research and now doing much better than it used to be.

    I have made two important conclusions from this story: always properly research market before you start sales of a new product; if you are about to launch an online store – test the waters with eBay that is some sort of indicator helping you to check demand and competition for your product.

    4. Find the source for the products you need.

    5. Think of the ways to accept payment from buyers. The most common ways are: PayPal, money order and cash. So, open an account with PayPal

    6. Prepare a nice auction layout form (many are available for free – Google it)

    7. Place test auctions (once you achieve a certain degree of positive feedback – eBay rating system used by both sellers and buyers to make the auction a safe place to shop – you will get access to free auto listing software – TurboLister; for now you have to place auctions online manually).

    Do not expect many buyers – you are a new player, with zero feedback. It takes time like with any other business to build your reputation and get regular customers.

    8. If you are lucky to make your first sale – invoice the buyer with the instructions how to complete the transaction.

    9. When the funds are in your account arrange a prompt shipping of the product. Remember to rate the customer if the transaction was smooth. If it was a pain, do not hurry to leave a negative feedback. Try to resolve the situation peacefully. Negative feedback is a last resort when you have no more choice.

    10. Grow your eBay businessOpen an eBay store (that will save you some money on the listing fees), add new products, search for more suppliers, start selling internationally.

    Open an eBay Store!

    [tag]ebay business, home business, dropship, drop ship, home work[/tag]


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