Post sponsored by The Rivards of WhyDoWork (WDW)
If you haven’t made enough money in your own online business (i.e. your own website, your own blog, etc.) and hate the timeless traffic on the road to work, why not get an online job? It’s work, it’s a job but the BIG difference is, you don’t get up early, you don’t pay the gas and best of all you don’t get frustrated with the never ending traffic!
Ok, I guess I got you now because that deal above is pretty sweet, but for a nobrainer guy where would you start?
Voila! Meet WhyDoWork
WhyDoWork is a community driven website where you can find companies offering work at home jobs, telecommuting stuff and the like. If you want to be the next Perez Hilton then just give them a search, or maybe ghostwrite some articles. It’s up to you.
The Telecommuting Job Search Engine
With just one click of a button, WhyDoWork will help you find a work at home job. Although I have observed that their search engine just pulls job offers from craigslist. That means the actual company didn’t post from their site. Well at least their site looks better than craigslist!
Don’t Forget The Forums
WhyDoWork also offers an ACTIVE forum. With over 27,000 members and a whopping 55,371 posts, you’ll get replies in no time. If you think of it again, 50k posts from 27k members isn’t really a good ratio. On average that’s just 2 posts per member which means that many members are not participating in the forums, some are just there to look around and read some stuff.
The WDW forum concentrates on topics like freelancing, affiliate marketing, get paid to ___ programs, etc.
Featured On Google and Yahoo News, Reader’s Digest And More!
Yep, that’s right they’ve been featured on quite a good number of magazines and news sites.
So that’s the reason of the big spikes in their Alexa ranking.
Another iPod On The Fly?!
Just to celebrate the spookiness of Halloween, WDW is giving away a brand new, video playing iPod nano (any color you like).
All you have to do is, subscribe to their blog’s feed to gain 1 point and to blog about it to gain 5 points.
So does this count as an entry? :razz:
The Good and The Bad
- Cool design
- Non obtrusive ad placements
- Quick and easy job search
- Great homepage featuring other parts of the site
- It’s Holloween there!
- The job search is fine, but it would be cool if they can get their own job posting site so companies can also post if they’re looking for other proffesions.
- The sidebar wrecks the whole art
WhyDoWork, an all in one site concentrating about “work at home”, with a search engine, forum, blog, product reviews and a huge list of Work At Home Employers – What could be better?!
It’s worth a
search err try.