Working From Home For Free

Lynn Terry is opening up a new world for me! I’ve been blogging since April of 2007 and have made some decent money doing so. About 3 weeks ago, I was on Twitter when I was invited to attend a free seminar that Lynn was hosting. I was so impressed by the seminar that I then joined her online business discussion forum.

Lynn and the forum members are inviting and helpful. If there’s a question posted, there will be an answer posted soon after. I’ve met people who I’ve asked to do some work for me and the answer has been, “I’m willing to help you out”. How often do you hear that? No money has exchanged hands.

The seminars and forum are both free. When you join the forum or follow Lynn on Twitter you’ll hear about them and get the code to join in. Some of the topics I’m interested in learning about are passive income, starting a free online business and affiliate marketing

Lynn offers a Free Affiliate Marketing Guide that you can either download or learn about through video tutorials. This is what I really want to focus on now. Sure paid reviews are nice, but having another way to earn income is definitely worthwhile. I can’t believe I’m writing this but Lynn shows you how to get a website for free for a month.

So the keyword is free, but the good news is you get quality. I’ve become an admirer in just three short weeks because the information I’m receiving is geared for me and it works.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. That’s awesome, Connie! I must admit that I’ve been receiving ClickNewz from Lynn for over a year now but have never done anything more than skim the content. Now that I’ve got a blog and am planning to move to self-hosted, I think I better start paying more attention to what she says!

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  2. I just added her to my twitter, I’m also trying my hand at affiliate marketing but not having much luck. I’ll check out those forums tomorrow and see what I can learn. Thanks for sharing!