A Scottish affiliate marketing expert has put together a step-by-step guide on how to earn an income at home to help people who want to quit their jobs or were laid off.
Sarasota, United States - October 12, 2020 /PressCable/ —
A former carpenter turned passive income earner has launched a guide on how to quit one’s day job and work from home fully.
More information is available at https://clearskylearning.com/how-to-quit-my-job-and-work-for-myself-at-home-my-story
The guide can be read at Clear Sky Learning, a blog site that the author created to share his various passive income methods and systems. Titled “How To Quit My Job And Work For Myself At Home”, it details his background as a joiner and how he discovered an affiliate marketing system that allowed him to earn from home.
Moreover, it offers a strategy on how to transition from an office job to an online job smoothly and without the need to burn bridges with an employer.
According to the guide, the “best way” to make passive income online for newcomers is to join a community of like-minded individuals. One such community is WealthyAffiliate, a platform designed for affiliate marketers.
Premium members of WealthyAffiliate have access to weekly live interactive classes headed by industry experts, certification courses, affiliate boot camp training, training modules, and a way to create one’s own training program that can generate revenue.
The author describes the website as a “full-on platform” that has all the training and tools needed to earn from home. For beginners looking for help, he stated that they can get full access to his assistance through the platform.
He also introduces the reader to two options that they can use to join: free membership and a premium plan. In addition, he provided a link that one can use to get a discount on the premium option.
According to the author, he wrote the material for those who dislike their jobs and want to quit to work for themselves. It can also be used by people who have been made redundant by their employers, such as those who lost their jobs owing to the present crisis.
In September, the Institute for Employment Studies stated that it estimates around 450,000 redundancies in the third quarter of the year, with an additional 200,000 redundancies in the last quarter of 2020. It explained that the “vast majority” of these cases is because of the ongoing pandemic and its impact to the UK economy.
The author’s full text can be accessed using the URL above.
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