At Home Jobs For Disabled People
Just because you are disabled or housebound doesn’t mean that you are unable to have a home job and make a lot of money..and I mean a lot of money. The internet is awash with many excellent ways for disabled people or housebound to have a job at home and earn good money as long as you have access to the world wide web and are able to use a computer to a basic level.
One great home job for disabled people to earn potentially unlimited income is called affiliate marketing. This is where you advertise a product for someone, maybe a downloadable product such as a computer program or instructional video or maybe an Ebook.
There are many affiliate sites around but one of the biggest and best is called ClickBank and it has many affiliates working from home.
The way it works is that you promote a product using a unique affiliate link and when someone uses your link and buys a product your ClickBank account is credited with a percentage of the sale. This can be as much as 75% of the sale some very good money can be earned. You’re not just limited to downloadable products however.
Did you know that you can even sell products through Amazon? Yes Amazon will pay you a small percentage every time someone buys something through your ‘affiliate link’ with them. Of course it’s not just that easy, however it’s not actually that hard either.
If you can dedicate the time and effort, and treat it like any serious job, then you most certainly will have success with it and there are many disabled people or housebound individuals who have this exact home job making money, and I mean making thousands of dollars each month..
It’s not a get rich overnight solution but it is possible to learn simple techniques that will help you create a viable and lucrative online business, and if you enjoy researching and writing then it’s also very enjoyable.
Not only that you do not need to invest a penny into some of the money making methods. This is the perfect way for disabled people to have a job at home earning money and is ideal for the disabled entrepreneur.
Source by Martin Rushforth