Today's Freelance Friday listing will consist of some "unusual" work-at-home positions. It won't be the ordinary writing, transcription, and data entry jobs. Time to switch things up.
Before signing up with any WAH program or freelance position, familiarize yourself with home-based business scam techniques so that you don't become a victim.
Make Money Tweeting - If you have a Twitter account and plenty of followers, you can earn money by tweeting about products, services, and websites. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, check out Nicholas Cardot's article on how to make money with Sponsored Tweets or sign up with Sponsored Tweets.
Online Juror - Now, jury duty isn't something to groan about. Today, you can act as a mock juror for trials and actually get paid for your time. Be careful though, because some scam websites will ask you to pay to sign up. NEVER pay to do an online job. Some of the jury sites others recommend include eJury, JuryTest, and OnlineVerdict.
Scrapbooking Consultant - Avid scrapbookers may benefit from hosting a scrapbooking party for scrapbook supply companies. Of course, you do have to invest some money in order to receive your party kid, but if your guests purchase products, you'll earn money. Some companies require you to place a minimum order each month to remain active. Check out Creative Memories and Stampin' Up.
Earn Money with Your Pictures and Video - If you like making videos and taking photos, you'll probably be excited to know that you can earn money with them. There are numerous ways to go about doing this, including YouTube's Partner Program, where you post videos and earn money, or Shuttershock, where you can sell your high-quality photographs.