So many people are looking for the perfect way to earn some extra money.
They want something easy. Not too salesy. Not too scary or complicated.
Something they can succeed at. Something that has already worked for other people.
Work that can be done anytime, day or night. From anywhere. Maybe even something they can do in between taking care of young children or driving older children to their activities.
Oh, and residual income would be great! Not having to keep doing the same thing over and over every day or week or month. Just doing something once and getting paid for it over and over.
But all that is too good to be true, right?
What if I told you that you could make monthly residual income from doing one-time data entry work online from home?
I’m doing it!
I’m getting paid monthly for a little data entry that I did one time!
So when exactly does Kidazzler pay?
When a business becomes a “member” and pays Kidazzler for advertising in the directory, then Kidazzler pays you. For each business that becomes a member, you get $10 per month.
But it takes time. Some businesses will jump on board sooner than others.
Here are three things to help you get perspective on what to expect:
1. It starts small and grows.
2. You do the small stuff. Other people take it from there, and grow it! And I don’t mean just random other people. I mean people who know exactly what they’re doing!
3. That means you can move on and do other types of work if you want to. Or not.
I mean if you want to look into other ways of making money from home, go for it. You’ve got the time. Either way, whether you do some other kind of home business or not, this one will continue to grow without your doing anything else.
All you do is put in some time at the beginning, and then sit back and wait. And receive your pay.
Some people are not patient. They want to get paid right away. Like next week.
Me? I’d rather do the work, and then keep taking care of my family, knowing that I’m going to have a little cash each month, which is going to gradually grow while I’m busy helping my teenager with algebra or making chicken soup or weeding the backyard.