WAHS University

Finally you can learn the exact steps you need to take to work at home!
Finding a way to successfully work at home requires gaining a certain amount of knowledge. The problem is that it’s difficult to find the right knowledge at an affordable price. Not anymore. Work-At-Home Success University offers the information and resources you need to create a work-at-home career.

If you want to work at home, but don’t know the steps you need to take, Work-At-Home Success University Courses will guide you through the process, step-by-step with written and video tutorials. If you follow the steps each week, you’ll be well on your way to working at home.

These classes will be delivered by email and will include lessons, worksheets, videos and other materials you need to learn what to do and then do it. You can sign up for classes as they become available or are of interest to you.

Each new course will become available at the beginning of the month; however, you can sign up for classes any time.  Once a class is released it will remain active and you can sign up any time. You’ll receive each class lesson 7 days apart regardless of when you sign up.

Work At Home Success University Courses:

Get a Work-At-Home Job

Affiliate Marketing

Blogging for Bucks

Make Money Writing Online

Digital Author Success

Creating and Selling Information

Start a Service Business from Home

Direct Sales Success

How to be a Virtual Assistant

Courses

Get a Work-At-Home Job

Get a Work-At-Home Job – The problem many people have in finding a work-at-home job is that they look for the wrong types of work in the wrong places. The Get A Work-At-Home Job Course will not only direct you to the right job sources, but will give you the skills you need to create a resume that gets noticed. Each week you’ll get a lesson that gives you information and step-by-step details on what to do to find a job and get hired. This course includes:

  • Four lessons delivered over the course of four weeks that cover the best jobs for you, how and where to find jobs, how to create a compelling resume, and more.
  • Worksheets to gather and organize information.
  • Video tutorials on job searching online.
  • List of over 300 companies that accept applications on-going.
  • List of hundreds of places to search for jobs.

Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Get A Work-At-Home Job


Affiliate Marketing Success

Affiliate Marketing Success – Most people have heard of affiliate marketing, but many people don’t understand what it is, and some are suspicious of it. In this course you’ll learn what affiliate marketing is and how you can use it to earn an income online. Each week you’ll get a lesson that gives you the information and resources you need, plus the step-by-step actions you need to take to become a successful affiliate marketer.  This course includes:

  • Four lessons delivered over the course of four weeks covering what affiliate marketing is, how you can start for little or no money and what it takes to earn a living.
  • Worksheets to help gather and organize information.
  • Video tutorials on affiliate marketing set-up.
  • Resources for building a successful affiliate business.
  • Free tools you can use to set up your affiliate business.

Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Affiliate Marketing Success


Blogging For Bucks

Blogging For Bucks – The idea of blogging is not new, but many people still don’t understand how bloggers make money, especially since they’re giving away information. Blogging For Bucks will teach you about blogging and how to make money at it. It will walk you step-by-step through the process of picking a money-making topic, setting up a blog with little to no-tech know-how, adding money-making opportunities to it, and getting people to read it. The course includes:

  • Four lessons delivered over the course of four weeks covering everything about blogging for bucks from beginning to end
  • Worksheets to help gather and organize information.
  • Video tutorials on blogging set-up.
  • Resources to help you save time and money in building a successful blog.
  • Free tools you can use to set up your blog business.

Blogging is fast, easy and a great way to make money online using your interests, hobbies or knowledge. Don’t wait. Start building your money-making blog now by signing up for the Blogging For Bucks course today!
Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Blogging for Bucks


Make Money Writing Online

Make Money Writing Online – Content is the key to making money online. As a result, opportunities to earn an income writing articles and blog posts for online media continue to grow. Writing is one of the most flexible ways to make money from home. You can do it anytime, anywhere. The range of topics needed is diverse, so can focus on topics that you know about or have the most interest in. The Online Freelance Writing Course is a four-week email course that will take you step-by-step through the process of find writing jobs, pitching online markets and making a living writing for online media. In the course you’ll learn:

  • What is online freelance writing?
  • Skills, education and experience needed to write freelance articles (Hint, you don’t need an English degree to write)
  • How to create a writing sample if you don’t have clips.
  • Tools to help you write faster and better.
  • Where and how to find writing work including a list of writing content sites, freelance writing markets and sources for finding more work.
  • And much more.

Course fee $19.95 Enroll in Online Freelance Writing


Digital Author Success

Digital Author Success – The ebook market has exploded over the last few years. Authors who were unable to get a traditional publishing deal, are publishing their works on their own, and in some cases making more than they would have if they had published traditionally. Publishing ebooks is fairly easy and affordable, but it does require some specific steps to make it profitable. Digital Author Success will take you step-by-step through the process of publishing an ebook (nonfiction or fiction or both) sold through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other ebook retailers. The course includes:

  • Four lessons delivered over the course of four weeks covering everything about ebook publishing from beginning to end.
  • Why you should consider ebook publishing and how you can start selling your book before it’s published.
  • How to get your book ready including editing, formatting, cover creation and how to get an ISBN for free
  • How to choose your distribution method (i.e. Kindle alone or Kindle plus other retailers)
  • How to write a sales-generating description.
  • How to market your book so it sells and you make money.
  • And much more.

Whether your a nonfiction or a fiction writer, if you can easily and affordably publish your book and have it available to millions of readers quickly. Don’t wait! Get your book published and making money! Enroll in Digital Author Success now!

Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Digital Author Success


Create and Sell Information Products

Create and Sell Information Products– People have been making millions through information for centuries. Computers and the Internet have made information marketing easier and more affordable. In Create and Sell Information Products course you will learn how to pick a profitable product idea, how to create books, videos and audios in digital and tangible forms, how to sell them online, and how to get people to buy. The course includes:

  • Four lessons delivered over the course of four weeks covering everything about creating and selling information products from beginning to end
  • Worksheets to help gather and organize information.
  • Video tutorials on website set-up.
  • Free and low cost tools you can use to create your products.
  • Resources to help you save time and money in building a successful information product empire.

Creating information products is fast, easy and a great way to make money online using your interests, hobbies or knowledge. Don’t wait. Start creating and selling your knowledge now by signing up for the Create and Sell Information Products course today!
Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Create and Sell Information Products


Start A Service Business from Home

Start A Service Business from Home – Starting a service business is one of the fastest and cheapest ways to make money at home. People and businesses hire services to do all sorts of things including virtual office support, child care, research, party planning, referrals, home decor, coaching, bookkeeping, financial help, legal help, and so much more. If you have a skill from your job, volunteer work or hobby, you probably have a service business you can start.  Start a Service Business course will cover everything you need to know to pick the right service and get started fast.  In this four week course you’ll:

  • Get a list of tons of services you can start right now…plus tips on how to use skills and resources you currently have to start a service business fast
  • Help on developing your service menu
  • Tips on pricing right.
  • Free and low cost tools to run your business
  • Ideas on how to get your first clients right away
  • and much more.

Course fee: $19.95 Enroll in Start A Service Business From Home


Direct Sales Success

Direct Sales Success – Direct sales is one of the fastest and most affordable ways to start a home-based business. Financial gurus such as David Bach author of the Finish Rich books, have recommended direct sales as a way to get out of debt and achieve financial independence. In direct sales you don’t have to create a product or marketing plan because it’s already done for you. And while many companies encourage to make a list of friends and family, you don’t have to do that to be successful. If you’re considering direct sales or you have a direct sales business but are struggling, the four week Direct Sales Success course at WAHS University is for you. In this course you’ll learn:

  • How to choose the best company for you.
  • How to overcome common misconceptions
  • How to find customers and recruits without making a list of 100
  • Low stress ways to get customers and business builders to come to you
  • How to keep your customers and business builders happy
  • And much more.

Course fee $19.95 Enroll in Direct Sales Success


How to be a Virtual Assistant

How to be a Virtual Assistant – Virtual Assistance is one of the fastest and most affordable ways to work from home. Virtual assistants provide a wide array of tasks for entrepreneurs and small businesses. If you have a computer, Internet connection, and skills that other people need such as quick typing, organization and research ability, you can become a virtual assistant. The How to be a Virtual Assistant course at WAHS University covers everything you need to know to work at home as a VA. In this course you’ll learn:

  • What do virtual assistants do … it can be a lot more than you think.
  • Who uses virtual assistants?
  • How to create your virtual assistant service menu.
  • How to price your virtual assistant services and how to get paid the most per hour.
  • How to get hired! Includes a list of places that frequently hire virtual support staff!
  • And much more.

Course fee $19.95 Enroll in How to be a Virtual Assistant

38 Comments

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    August 12, 2011 @ 2:55 pm

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  2. Bernice Crocker
    January 11, 2012 @ 5:22 pm

    Hi I want to buy your e courses Virtual Assistant and Affiliate Marketing. I already have bought the Sell Information one. Can I get some kind of discount????

  3. LTruex
    January 17, 2012 @ 11:57 am

    Hi Bernice, I sent you an email privately. Did you receive it?

  4. Amanda
    March 2, 2012 @ 12:42 pm

    I want to sign up for two of your courses (Get-A-Work-At-Home-Job and How to be a Virtual Assistant). Which course do you recommend taking first?

    Thank you,

    Amanda

  5. LTruex
    March 5, 2012 @ 9:40 am

    Hi Amanda,
    Well…that depends. If you want to be an employed VA, I might recommend the VA course first as it provides specific details and lists that can help you in a VA job search. If you’re first priority is to get a work-at-home job (any job) then the Job course might be better. I hope that helps. Thank you!

  6. Janelle
    April 13, 2012 @ 2:47 pm

    I am an excellent writer and editor. I am committed to working from home on-line…or at least from home. What about becoming a free lance copy editior globally? What would you recommend? I just ordered your “Bible” and “Jobs online books. Thank you so much for your help! I will not stop researching until I am making really good money from home…I KNOW it is possible with YOUR help. Are YOU hiring by chance? 🙂

  7. LTruex
    April 16, 2012 @ 9:58 am

    Hi Janelle, There are many opportunities for freelancers related to writing and editing. You can check out MediaBistro.com and WritersWeekly.com for job postings. Places like Elance and Odesk are good resources as well. You might not get paid as much through these resources, but it will give a start and some references. You’ll get paid more going out on your own, so you might consider setting up a website and marketing as a writing and editing business. The “Bible” has tons of information about setting a business. The Jobs Online book offers tips on getting hired and many resources for writing work. Thank you for your purchases and posting a comment. Good luck.

  8. RE
    April 25, 2012 @ 1:30 pm

    Is there really money in being a Virtual Assistant?

    I see it on the internet but it is being outsource.

  9. LTruex
    April 26, 2012 @ 3:59 pm

    Hi RE, it is possible to make money as a virtual assistant. How much you make will depend on many factors including the type of services you perform, whether you’re hired as an contractor/employee or in your own business (having your own biz usually results in higher per hour rates). Virtual assistants are a type of outsourced service, but many people prefer VA’s that know their language, so just because a VA out of India or the Philippines might be less expensive, some people want VAs who have a mastery of English and will pay more for that.

  10. Maureen Marshall-McGregor
    May 8, 2012 @ 5:24 pm

    Leslie,
    Was wondering IF you have an email address for future reference, as just finished writing alot in this comment section, and then it didn’t accept my Captcha code, so very frustrating to have to start over again.
    I am wanting to know from you WHICH of your courses you think would be best for me, as I think I may be interested in either setting up a website or blog, but lack the computer skills/knowledge. I also have a B.A. in English, and want to pursue possibly getting some writing/editing assignments, (from sites like Elance) but lack the professional experience, due to my entire work history was in Banking, which I hated.
    Have a pretty basic understanding of computers, so am worried that I won’t acquire the required skill level to be successful working for myself.
    Do you recommend taking 1 course at a time, and is each course at your own pace, and skill-level? Is there anyone we can contact if we have questions as we take each course?

    Any advice and/or info. you could give me is GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANK YOU, IN ADVANCE, FOR YOUR HELP!
    Maureen M-McGregor
    (505)234-6707

  11. LTruex
    May 9, 2012 @ 9:22 am

    Hi Maureen, I can be contacted through the “Contact” page here at WAHS. I do check and respond to all my own email usually within 24 hours. As far as what class is best, it depends much on what you want to do. What is your vision for a website vs a blog? I use blog platforms for all my sites, even if I’m not really blogging. There are many writing opportunities out there for people who may not have too much experience but can write. You can check out MediaBistro, Elance, Odesk, and Writers Weekly for writing jobs. If you’re not sure what you want to do, the Lifestyle Career course might be a good option. If you want offer writing services, the Service Business course might be best. I hope this helps. Contact me here http://www.workathomesuccess.com/contact/ if you have more questions.

  12. Peggy Schmidt
    June 9, 2012 @ 11:39 am

    Since I was laid off from work I decided to start looking for a job working at home. I have been reading your articles and you have been very helpful. When I saw there are courses I can take to help me to help improve in my skills and land the right job. I would like to know if you wrote these courses.

  13. LTruex
    June 10, 2012 @ 10:01 am

    Hi Peggy, Thank you for visiting Work-At-Home Success. I wrote all the courses listed at Work-At-Home Success University. I also wrote, Work-At-Home Success Bible, Jobs Online, and Profit Blog Blueprint. Let me know if you have more questions.

  14. Jeff
    August 26, 2012 @ 10:47 pm

    Hello LTruex,

    Your site is interesting and impressive, and I am seriously considering taking the following courses:

    –Work at Home Job

    –Affiliate Marketing

    –Virtual Assistant

    My question is, do you offer a discount to someone taking multiple courses?

    Thank you, and have a great day

    Jeff

  15. LTruex
    August 28, 2012 @ 12:27 pm

    Hi Jeff,
    Occasionally I offer specials for more than one. If you contact me privately at http://www.workathomesuccess.com/contact/ I can work with you to get the three courses. – Leslie

  16. Debbie
    September 29, 2012 @ 8:53 am

    I’ve been a member of your site for several years and perused it nearly each week while out of work – two years ago I was temporarily rehired at my old job and now I find myself in nearly the same position as I was prior to that. The difference is, this time, I am starting my own business as a Virtual Assistant/Administrative Consultant. Not sure which to call it – do you know the difference if there is one? I appreciate your web site and the assistance that you provide. I ran across the WAHS University just yesterday and I am signing up for Virtual Assistant course and plan to take several others. Thank you so much for what you do!

  17. Kenneth
    September 29, 2012 @ 12:06 pm

    I am currently a Shipyard tech., I was trained in military for work on computers as data entry, or think as cataloger issuing parts for aviational units all over the US, inventory, or as called in job customer services & document control. Old Burroughs Harddrive & C-3 systems training. I’ve bought new HP desk top since most companies want secure DSL & not wireless, guess make sure your working from home not being distracted by anything while at work. Anyway, I took typeing in high school, typed in “A” school in military, 1st in class to complete typing tests. Taught myself ten key while in service as NSN ( national stock numbers used in all orders. Always done well as sales, love customer support. Now, am in mid 50’s & health not so good would like to do something that would connect me with working from home job first, then trading maybe other areas as you’ve listed. I’ve registered with flexjobs also. I need entry level I guess, cause fear with time since military being distant use of what id like to pursue. Id love to be a cataloger ordering parts for customers for Big parts supplier. I also went to Medical Coding School, Vocational though, 3 courses coding, 1 Med. terminology . I trained in social services in College, 79 credited hours with including military credits. Can you give me some direction from this information I’ve given you, I cannot afford to waste time. Many thanks, Kenneth

  18. LTruex
    September 30, 2012 @ 12:59 pm

    Hi Kenneth, Nearly all typing and most data entry jobs I find are scams. If the job you did with the military could be done from home, you might want to make a list of other business, agencies or organizations that need a cateloger or orderer and contact them about the possibility of hiring you from home. Focus on the benefits to them that allowing you to work-at-home can bring such as saving money or less drain on on-site resources. I do see medical coding and transcription jobs as well, but most require several years experience. Again though, you can contact clinics in your area to see if they would allow you to work from home. I hope that helps.

  19. LTruex
    September 30, 2012 @ 1:03 pm

    Hi Debbie, Congrats on your new business. An administrative assistant provides support services to other businesses. The term consultant usually suggests that you’re providing expertise not a service. Virtual assistance is a growing field, but like all businesses you’ll need to make a good plan and market it. The WAHS University VA course will take you step-by-step in determining your menu of services, pricing, marketing and more. Thank you for your kind post. And good luck in your business!

  20. Leslie Truex
    October 3, 2012 @ 5:36 pm

    […] Live too far away to attend? Check out Work-At-Home Success University’s 4-week email course on becoming a virtual assistant. […]

  21. Charles Browning
    February 5, 2013 @ 4:03 pm

    Would you please give me more information on your “Create and Sell Information Course” Please. Thank you.
    Charlie 3

  22. LTruex
    February 6, 2013 @ 9:40 am

    Hi Charles, The course is four weeks delivered by email detailing how to make an information product (ebook, video, audio). It covers Week 1 – What are information products? Choosing a topic, Week 2 – Creating Your Product, Organizing your content, Creating your content, Getting the content ready for the Internet, Creating hard-copy content (books, CDs etc), Week 3 – Setting Up Order and Delivery of Your Content, Creating a website sales page, Setting up order processing, Storing your product(s) online, Integrating systems so that ordering, payment and product delivery work automatically, Week 4 – Getting people to your website to buy! Hope that helps. If you have more questions, please contact me.

  23. Caroline
    February 11, 2013 @ 3:03 pm

    Leslie – I live in the UK. Can you tell me if your course for getting a Job online is geared mainly to the American market?

  24. LTruex
    February 12, 2013 @ 10:55 am

    Hi Caroline – The resources are primarily US, however the information about how to find and apply to jobs is usable anywhere. Let me know if you have further questions.

  25. christie mcfall
    February 28, 2013 @ 1:52 pm

    Hello, My name is Christie McFall. I am a 34 year old single mother. I am looking for a good work at home kit to get started with. I am not really computer savvy and not technical at all. I would really like to work at home so that i could spend more time with my family. I have access to the internet and cable, and i do have my own laptop. Any good recommendations?

  26. LTruex
    March 1, 2013 @ 11:49 am

    Hi Christie, Thank you for stopping Work-At-Home Success. The best way to work at home is to start with the skills and experiences you have. Searching for whatever to do at home is the best way to get scammed. Instead, inventory your talents, skills, education and interests, and then search for jobs or opportunities that use them. You’ll never be able to sign up today and make money at home, and it’s never automatic. So any offer that suggests otherwise should be avoided. Working at home takes time and work. Check out the Getting Started tips and resources for more help.

  27. Charlie 3
    March 31, 2013 @ 11:42 pm

    I’m not sure which email to use. I have a couple of question concerning the first chapter or lesson on Create and Sell Information Products. It’s great information. I’ve learned new vital information. Do I use this email or do you have a different one to answer WAHS University Courses?

  28. LTruex
    April 1, 2013 @ 8:18 am

    Hi Charlie, You can hit reply to the email that sends you each course and I’ll reply. – Leslie

  29. Anne Meador
    May 6, 2013 @ 1:33 pm

    Leslie,
    Hi, I love your podcasts. I could have sworn you had a writing class offered, but I don’t see it.

  30. LTruex
    May 6, 2013 @ 4:53 pm

    Hi Anne, I don’t have a writing course as part of WAHS University…yet. I am doing an epublishing course live at PVCC May 18. I’m working on turning that into an ecourse as well. Is that the type of writing you were considering? You might want to check out http://www.digitalwritersuccess.com which is my blog for people wanting to make money writing online. It’s free! Thanks! Leslie

  31. sally
    February 8, 2014 @ 5:08 pm

    hi, I want to know more about your programs that best suit me. do I have to have experience or skills? and what kind of jobs I would do from home thanks. I have associate in business career and working on my bachelor in business.

  32. LTruex
    February 10, 2014 @ 8:55 am

    Hi Sally, If you’re looking for employment, then experience and skills are important just as they are in traditional jobs. The type of skills and experience depends on the job you’re wanting to do. All types of jobs can be done from home including customer service, virtual support, bookkeeping, paralegal, marketing, copywriting, freelance writing, teaching, nursing, and more. My suggestion is to inventory your skills and experience, as well as talents and passion and look for work that needs those skills.

  33. Thomas
    March 13, 2014 @ 9:11 pm

    I set up my website exactly how you described in your e-publisher program through wodrpress. I can view it fine on my desktop, but it does not show up on any tablets or smartphones. Did I do something wrong, or do I need to do something extra?
    Thomas´s last blog post ..Meditation

  34. LTruex
    March 14, 2014 @ 8:03 am

    Hi Thomas, I was able to pull up your site on my iPhone. Because it’s mobile the theme adjusts to fit the small screen. So you left sidebar doesn’t appear on mobile devices the same way it does on a computer. Instead, there was a icon with three horizontal lines in your right header. When I tapped that, a drop down of the pages appeared. Let me know if you’re able to see what I see and get it to work. – Leslie Truex

  35. Thomas
    March 14, 2014 @ 10:34 am

    That is good news. For some reason though it does not show when I go to it on my Dell tablet. It does initially when loaded, then the screen goes to a really dark blue, and you can even scroll down and see nothing but the blue. Is there a problem on my end? Your site shows up just fine on the tablet.
    Thomas´s last blog post ..Meditation

  36. LTruex
    March 14, 2014 @ 11:19 am

    Hi Thomas, I’m baffled about why it’s not showing up right on your tablet. Do you have a pop-up or something? On my phone it’s red at the top with white in the body. I can see your posts and social media icons. I don’t see any dark blue. Perhaps someone at Dell can give you an explanation.

  37. Thomas
    March 14, 2014 @ 11:40 am

    I will figure it out somehow, lol. The dark blue is the background image. That is all that is showing. Thank you for all your help.
    Thomas´s last blog post ..Meditation

  38. LTruex
    March 17, 2014 @ 9:44 am

    That’s strange. Have you tried on any other device? It looks fine on mine. Perhaps it’s something with the settings on your tablet?

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