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Ways To Make Money At Home

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posted on Dec, 25 2011 @ 07:55 AM
any other ideas

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posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 08:39 PM
reply to post by pixiekaram

I think this is a really good topic.
I hope more people respond.

posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 10:00 PM
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posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 01:56 AM
Ive been wanting to get into affiliate marketing this year. Ive been reading some tatics on Is there anyone here on ATS that has been making any decent money from affiliate marketing or posting craigslist ads? Any input on would be really great.

posted on May, 9 2012 @ 11:31 PM
Goats delicious, and we need the tomato and chile to cook it!

Road side farmers market is a good idea.....

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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:19 AM
reply to post by lockinyour

Anyone interested in making money on their own terms needs to read the thread linked at the bottom of my posts. I personally listed 10+ ways to make money on that thread and a couple other people chucked their own ideas in too!

I think the thread is worth a read, but I may be biased!

posted on May, 12 2015 @ 06:22 PM
I was thinking about this the other day, looks like it may be a while before I return to my day job...

Some of you may like this:

That article kind of gets into the hustling kind of mindset.In hungrier times, I'd make a game of it.Try to figure out each day, new ways to make a $100.It's good exercise to help always be on the look out for problems or opportunities.

RRRR, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Repurpose.

Many don't have the time or skill to replace something, and if it is covered by warranty bringing it back is easier.

There's plenty of consumer goods that get trashed for lack of fixing.If you have the time, take a look on google you may be able to fix or repurpose the item.

For electronics, some of the higher end Sony cell phones (Z series for ex.) have had issues with batteries going bad, or tricky reset procedures that the cell phone sales reps are not familiar with.Easy fixes if your handy like that.FYI, I've come across various models where the usb inputs go, a relatively easy swap if you have a donor phone.Unlocking and rooting phones too, especially in smaller communities.

In wealthier neighbourhoods, I've seen lots of those fancy single serve coffee machines get tossed or sold cheap.Often they stop working, the needle can get jammed with crumbs or other small blocks.Try using a cloth to form a temporary seal, and blowing air with a straw into the water intake to clear clogs.Ready to brew again.(This is the one I had in mind:

It helps to think about what your skills are, and materials on hand. makes a good cookbook for brainstorming after that.Forums too, depending on the niche.

Today, I saw a bunch of cheap fta satallite receivers at the thrift store.@$10 each, It's enough to look at the possibilities.

Last fall we moved out, our landlord redid the kitchen cabinets. Hmm, free particle board.Typically you need to bring it somewhere or pay someone to remove it.I looked on instructables and found this:
I'm going to experiment with one and see how my friends' cat like it.Need to pick up a few things, but they seem to be kind of pricey judging by craigslist.I think if you can find a better design for an item, and cheap materials, you're good to go.
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