2018 marks the 20th year Work-At-Home Success has been online helping people find or create the home based career of their dreams. In that time, I’ve seen work-at-home opportunities grow.… Read the rest
This week I talk with Elizabeth Potts Weinstein a small business attorney who helps entrepreneurs and other self-employed get their legal house in order.
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Thanks to the Internet and the aftershocks of the Great Recession, the number of people working at home has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years.
Some are starting businesses of their own. Some are working for a traditional employer who simply allows workers to sit at their computers at home, rather than drive in to work every day.… Read the rest
Over the years, I’ve written a ton of content not just for WAHS but for other sites as well. Here are a few work-at-home articles I wrote elsewhere I think all my WAHS friends should see:
How To Turn Your Hobby Into a Home Business – About.com (this is by far the most popular feature I’ve written for About.com)
Promote and Profit with Education-Based Marketing – Personal Branding Blog
Business Activities That Require a License or Registration – Chron.com (Houston Chronicle’s Online Paper)
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We are in what some might call the digital heyday of the independent musician. It started early this year when Glee covered internet sensation Jonathan Coulton’s cover of Baby Got Back (and failed to credit him, sparking widespread controversy and outrage, but that’s another article for another time) and, for me, came to a head a few weeks ago when the opening shots and voiceover for Grey’s Anatomy were juxtaposed against Amanda Palmer’s Ukulele Anthem.… Read the rest