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83 Job Leads ~ Go Get 'Em Girls!!!

Posted by on May. 6, 2007 at 10:56 AM
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  1. A-1 Signing Services - (mortgage closers)
  2. Accurate Background - (court records research)
  3. Mechanical Turks - (complete tasks that people do better than computers)
  4. Admission Consultants
  5. Aria Communications - (handwritten cards)
  6. Arise - (sales reps)
  7. Background Profiles - (court records research)
  8. Blake and Blake Genealogists - (researchers)
  9. Blogitive (paid blogging)
  10. Blue Zebra - (appointment setting)
  11. BOTW Media - (paid blogging)
  12. Brandon Hall - (analysts, writers, researchers)
  13. BzzAgent - (building product "buzz" or hype - points for gift redemption, not $)
  14. BRG Research Services - (telephone interviewers)
  15. Castle Branch - (court records research)
  16. Center Watch - (clinical trials, be a paid human guinea pig)
  17. - (live search guide)
  18. Cherry Lane Print - (guitar transcribers, piano arrangers)
  19. Clinical Connection - (clinical trials, be a paid human guinea pig)
  20. Concierge At Large
  21. Crazoo - (paid forum posting)
  22. Creative Freelancers
  23. - (get paid to write short tips)
  24. Disciple's Cross - (craft assembly, kit purchase required, reputable company)
  25. DNR Group - (handwriting)
  26. Driver Guide - (updating database of device drivers)
  27. EBI, Inc. - (background researchers)
  28. EduWriters - (writers & editors for student papers)
  29. - (mock jurors)
  30. Entertainment Careers - Entertainment jobs and internships
  31. Erie Insurance - (claims adjusters)
  32. Face the World - (community Rep, student exchange)
  33. ForumBoosting. com - (paid forum posting)
  34. Good Housekeeping Product Testers - (free samples only, no $ - US only)
  35. Google Survey - (get paid $75/hour by Google to take a survey)
  36. Great American Fundraising
  37. Grindstone
  38. Hauser - (mail decoys - site is not great, but work is legitimate)
  39. Heinz Advisor - (product tester, samples, not $)
  40. Hollywood Creative Directory
  41. Information Technologies, Inc. - (court abstractors)
  42. Insurance Agent Services
  43. Internships (some paid, some for credits only)
  44. JA Media Services - (media monitoring)
  45. Jury Insights - (mock jurors)
  46. Jury Voice - (mock jurors)
  47. Jury Test - (mock jurors)
  48. Just Answer - (answering questions)
  49. Know Brainers - (answering questions)
  50. Microsoft Research Panel - (product feedback)
  51. - (pay for participation in online community)
  52. -(a legitimate survey for dollars site)
  53. National Search & Discovery - (researchers)
  54. - (court records researchers)
  55. Navigant International - (travel industry)
  56. New England Crafters - (craft assembly, kit purchase required, reputable company)
  57. Office Details (virtual assistants, virtual concierges)
  58. Online Verdict - (mock jurors)
  59. Opinion Outpost - (a legitimate survey for dollars site)
  60. Opuzz - (voice talent)
  61. PartnerCentric Internet Marketing
  62. Pop-a-Lock - (locksmith dispatchers - hire periodically)
  63. - (courthouse Researchers)
  64. - (telephone psychics)
  65. - (Professional Readers)
  66. RapidText - (captioning)
  67. Rebirth BioScience - (biotechnology related)
  68. Recruit Zone - (athletic recruiters)
  69. - (earn merchandise rating TV programs)
  70. - (In the "Search By Industry" drop-down menu field, select "Work From Home")
  71. - (sales positions)
  72. Sunlark Research - (court records research)
  73. Team Double-Click - (Virtual Assistants)
  74. Trial Juries - (mock jurors)
  75. Trial Practices, Inc. - (mock jurors)
  76. VIPdesk - (concierge services)
  77. - (mock jurors)
  78. VOCOnline - (product evaluators, samples, not $)
  79. Weblogs, Inc. - (paid blogging)
  80. WebTracer - (skip tracers)
  81. Write-On Results - (handwriting)
  82. Zap Jury - (mock jurors)
by on May. 6, 2007 at 10:56 AM
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by Group Owner on May. 10, 2007 at 12:53 PM
Has anyone tried any of these?
by on May. 10, 2007 at 12:56 PM
Wow what a long list, I plan on it,thanks for posting this.
by on May. 10, 2007 at 1:17 PM
i am a bzz agent, that is cool.  done turks, doesnt pay much...  done chacha, again doesnt pay much (if not at computer 24/7).  do mysurvey and opinion outpost, again not much money, but sometimes get some..  heard of a bunch of others.  but there is some new ones to check into.....
by New Member on May. 10, 2007 at 4:32 PM
Thanks I am BzzAgent but they changed thier program. If you are really high on the tiers you receive more opportunities.

I also am a Hauser agent and I enjoy it.
by Member on May. 11, 2007 at 10:10 PM
Thanks, Kelly!  I checked into some of those sites & they look pretty promising.  Two of them---JA Media Services & Grindstone---could not be displayed, though.  

I don't know how or where you find these sites, but thanks for all your hard workSmile!

God bless you!
by on May. 20, 2007 at 1:16 AM
I was looking at earlier. 
It seems good, but does anyone know if the shipping is free?
by Member on May. 23, 2007 at 12:57 PM
Grindstone sent a lead out to me today - appointment setting

Good luck, ladies!
by on May. 24, 2007 at 5:03 PM
I've been with mysurvey for quite some time. I get lots of product trials and have made a little bit of money with it. Opinion Outpost has not done anything for me, and I've been with them just as long. I've tried pretty much every survey site there is that you don't have to pay for, and there are a few that work and pay, if only a little.
by New Member on May. 29, 2007 at 9:04 PM
Do you need experience to do appointment setting and what exactly is appointmet setting?
by on Jun. 1, 2007 at 5:59 PM
I just tried the Googlesurvey and the

I was very interested in the suvey stuff.  I ran into two websites a few days ago and they requested "payment" to join.  I didn't join because I don't really believe in paying to get "surveys".  Plus, it doesn't guarantee how many surveys I get a day.  So, that means money is not guaranteed.

Thanks to your post and the replies, I now know that surveys are probably not the way to go for me.  I am looking for a work-at-home job that will let me make at least $3000 a month!

I know it's wishful thinking.  But I am still searching!  Let me know of a job that I can do online.  I suck at selling.  (I tried Mary Kay and it didn't work well for me.)  I type really fast!  I can do surveys, focus groups, data-entry, database management, etc.

Have you heard of  I also joined another one yesterday... mom... (sorry, i forgot, but there was a nice lady from Texas who called me already to interview me on Monday to see how she can help me).
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