Reliable Internet Jobs


Although some work-from-home Internet jobs are scams, there are many legitimate Internet-based positions. As the National Consume League notes, you should be wary of positions that offer big profits or those you learn about from unsolicited emails. Always research any position before beginning work to avoid scams.

Freelance Writer

  • Freelance writing can help you make a little extra spending money or can be your main source of income, depending upon your level of dedication. The best opportunities are those that pay you a set rate per article or per word as opposed to those that offer revenue-sharing payments. Under a revenue-share system, your payment depends on page views, so you often have to understand search engine optimization and actively market your article to get a sufficient level of page views to profit.

Website Reviewers

  • Although search engines can crawl websites and assess their value, there are companies that hire Internet users to visit sites manually and assess them on layout, design and overall user experience. You may also be required to assess existing and potential profits, particularly if you are hired by a company that evaluates websites in order to purchase them.

Virtual Juror

  • As MSNBC explains, being an e-juror is a position that requires you to help lawyers in their pre-trial research. As a virtual juror, you may help attorneys determine which facts can best influence real juries, fine-tune their presentations and determine the worth of their cases. MSNBC notes that this is not a particularly lucrative position, but you do get paid per case.

Paid Blogger

  • Although many bloggers simply spout opinions for their own pleasure, there are opportunities that can help you profit from blogging. As the website explains, certain advertisers target bloggers and compensate them for writing about products or services. Using organized services such as can help you ensure the legitimacy of the project.

Web Designer

  • Many potential website owners may be passionate about their field and have adequate writing skills but may lack the skills to design a website. In this case, they may hire a Web designer to create or enhance their websites to enhance user experience and profits.

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