Take it seriously. Yes, you’re applying for an online job. Yes, you can do the work in your underwear, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a “real job”. You must treat it as such or they aren’t going to treat you as a serious candidate. You aren’t the only one who wants to work in their underwear. In fact, the competition online is likely higher than it is in your local area.
Make money with Youtube videos – is it even possible anymore? While seasoned video entrepreneurs and video freelancers are making money in a variety of ways, it seems we all get our start on YouTube. YouTube is a website which allows its registered users to upload videos where they can be viewed, shared and commented on by other users. Google owns this website which was initially launched by three former PayPal employees. Since its launch it has been a source of income for hundreds of thousands of people around the globe. People have been earning money through YouTube videos using different methods – from selling products, to placing links in subject lines and even advertising through Google AdWords and becoming YouTube celebrities with hundreds of thousands, or millions, of subscribers.
And these days, it has become much easier to make money by renting out a spare room in your house -- or even renting out your car. If you want to rent a room, AirBnB is probably the first place you'll want to start. And Getaround is a great site for renting your car, although it's only available in certain cities right now. Of course, there is always some risk with letting a stranger stay in your house (or use your car) but if you are looking to build your income from home, this is one of the quickest ways.

I don’t know if any of these are available in South Africa or not. You would just need to go to the sites you are interest in and look. Check for a site map and also look at their policies, terms and conditions, and FAQ’s (frequently asked questions). If none of that tells you, try asking them directly by using their contact information. Good luck!


Ratings. Whenever someone buys a book from you, they will have the opportunity to give the transaction a rating. This is when they’ll tell other potential buyers whether the book was in the condition that you described, whether it was mailed on time, and if your communications were pleasant and helpful. One bad rating can hamper sales, and a couple of them can downright stop them. Excel at customer service and your ratings will help your company grow.
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