Work at Home Opportunities from A to Z …

by in Starting Your Business

One of things people often say when they first find out that you work from home is that there are only so many things you can do from home. They instantly think you're stuffing envelopes or selling candles, they don't realize that there is truly a world of opportunity out there that allows a person to work from home on their own schedule doing something that they enjoy. Let's have a look, from A all the way to Z.

A is for Avon, affiliate marketers, and authors.

B is for Brown Bag Parties, bookkeepers, and bloggers.

C is for Cookie Lee Jewelry, customer service representatives, and copywriters.

D is for Discovery Toys, data entry, and doggie bakeries.

E is for Enchanted Potions, Etsy sellers, and editors.

F is for Fluhme, freelancers, and fiber artists.

G is for Gourmet Cupboard, ghost writers, and graphic designers.

H is for Heritage Makers, health and wellness bloggers, and HTML editors.

I is for Isagenix International, illustrators, and internet marketers.

J is for JamBerry Nails, Joomla designers, and javascript writers.

K is for Kilambe Coffee, kid stuff bloggers and product reviewers, and Kindle authors and formatting specialists.

L is for Lia Sophia Jewelry, link builders, and legal transcriptionists.

M is for Mia Bella Soy Candles, marketing managers, and mommy bloggers.

N is for Norwex, network administrators, and newsletter writers.

O is for Origami Owl Custom Jewelry, online experts, and online instructors.

P is for Passion Parties, project managers, and personal coaches.

Q is for Quixtar, quality controllers, and Q&A podcasts and interviews.

R is for Rodan + Fields, researchers, and report writers.

S is for Scentsy, social media managers, and SEOs.

T is for Tastefully Simple, transcriptionists, and tax consultants.

U is for Usborne Books, underwriters, and user interface (UI) programmers.

V is for Velata, voice over artists, and virtual assistants.

W is for Wine Shop at Home, web designers, and WordPress Plugin writers.

X is for Xango, XML, and XHTML coders.

Y is for Yum Drops, YouTube bloggers and podcasters, and YOU!

Z is for Zyrra, Zen Cart managers, and e-Zine authors and editors.

You'll notice that this list covered not only party plans and direct sales opportunities, but independent endeavors that you could go into. This list is 95% done just off the top of my head,… there are certainly hundreds of ideas that you could go with to offer services or market products to create an income for yourself.

Whatever path you decide to follow, I wish you success.

Leave a comment below and let us know your favorite choice from this list – and also if you think of something that I didn't mention here go ahead and add that in the comments too :)

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About the Author - Loretta Oliver

Loretta Oliver, married to the comic book geek of her dreams and mother of four boys ages 15 to 19, has been working from home full time since 2001, starting out working for others and gradually moving into working for herself. Now she has busy transcription service business, a few niche blogs, a podcast for virtual assistants, and a host of other internet marketing projects on her virtual resume. You’ll find her tidbits of creativity everywhere when you visit Loretta online, from her cross stitch website to her social media profiles, all with a dash of snark and a speckle of humor.

 

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KidSafeCandles August 10, 2012 at 8:47 pm

That’s crazy how many direct sales companies there are out there! Personally, Scentsy is my favorite ;) I did a lot of research and thinking before deciding what I wanted to do to be able to work from home. My advice is find something you are passionate about – it will show through in your work and make you that much more successful!

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