Stuffing Envelopes From Home – Can You Make Money With This?
Many people, just like you, simply want to find an opportunity to make a little extra money to help pay the bills. Something you can do from home, during the hours of your choice, that isn’t painfully difficult, and you can make money with. Maybe you are a stay at home mom needing extra income to help with pay for your children’s clothing. Or, you’re a student needing extra money to help pay for school. Or perhaps you’re one of the many smart yet unemployed who is having trouble finding work during this economic downturn. Whatever the case may be, stuffing envelopes from home for money sure sounds good.
Like many, you have probably been searching the internet for opportunities to make money from home or online and have viewed hundreds of ads, websites, articles and blogs that promise big money or get rich quick plans. Some are multilevel money pits that have such complicated payment plans it’s hard to figure out how or when you’d ever make any money. Other money-making plans would have you buying websites which then magically will start generating tons of money for you. Or, how about the cash gifting sites – promising someone, we’re not sure who, will give you money if you just “gift” them some money.
Turned off by the complexity of, or in some cases the questionable legality of those plans, the simplicity of stuffing envelopes from home is very enticing. It sounds like honest work for honest pay. Unfortunately, it doesn’t turn out that way. Typically what happens is you pay the $40 or $50 to start your stuffing envelopes from home business, only to receive a letter telling you to take out ads offering the very same opportunity to others and charging $40 or $50 to cover expenses. Don’t waste your money. This chain-mail scam is not a solution to creating real income from home. Don’t expect to be able to make money stuffing envelopes. However, real opportunities do exist.
The easiest way to make money online is either through affiliate marketing, network marketing, or direct selling. I say this because these programs usually have real products or services you would promote or sell online and require the least amount of training to get started. Each one has their own unique way of providing compensation, so you’ll need to take the time to research those that sound interesting until you understand it. Then, research the opportunity by asking the following questions: is this opportunity legitimate? Would people really want to purchase this product? How many people will need to purchase or join my team before I start to make a profit? What work is involved in getting people on the web introduced to the product I’m offering? Once you get these questions answered, you will have learned enough to start being excited about the possibilities and won’t give stuffing envelopes from home another thought.