View Poll Results: Home, Office or Day-Job

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  • Full Time Affiliate - Work at Home

    28 51.85%
  • Full Time Affiliate - Have an Office (not at home)

    3 5.56%
  • Part Time Affiliate - Have a Day-Job (yuck!)

    16 29.63%
  • I'm not an Affiliate Anyway... (what are you doing here?)

    0 0%
  • Other (like what?)

    7 12.96%
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  1. #1
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    I'm interested, where do affiliates work?

    So here's my poll...

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    The tadpole park in the Boston Common when I bring my kids there to play.

    Commuter rail train.

    Various outdoor cafes in and around Harvard Square and Newbury Street.

    Wireless is the shiznit.

  3. #3
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    I am a Domestic Engineer.



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  4. #4
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    I'm a part-time noob dreaming of a full time affiliate gig. So here I am soaking in the info and putting one foot infront of the other!!

    Rock on

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    Full time affiliate, Have two offices
    Gift Shopping Zone Affiliate Program on SAS - 10% per sale with unlimited cookie duration, over 10,000 products.

  6. #6
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    LOL, I have 2 offices now two. One at home and one where ever I happen to be Gotta love WiFi.
    Deborah Carney
    TeamLoxly.com BookGoodies.com ABCsPlus.com

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    Full Member markschok's Avatar
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    Part time at home and part time at my day job office since we got internet access.

  8. #8
    Eternal Optimist Look4's Avatar
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    If it weren't for the people, my day job would be....

    History.

    Affiliate income is now running about 150% of my day job income, and I know it could be MUCH more if I spent more than a just a few hours a week at it, but I'd get awfully lonely working at home all the time. How do the folks who work at home deal with the need for some human contact?
    Tom C.
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  9. #9
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    Human contact isn't a problem. We've always had friends outside of work, through hobbies (I show cats) and volunteer activities (the local MDA office was my second home for 10 years while we assisted with fundraising and my son's were "poster children").

    Work hasn't ever been the focus of my social life....
    Deborah Carney
    TeamLoxly.com BookGoodies.com ABCsPlus.com

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    Full Time Affiliate - Work at Home (or wherever I happen to be)

    You can do affiliate marketing anywhere. Already this year, I've spent about six weeks out of town--Hawaii, New York, San Antonio, visiting relatives and friends, etc.
    Michael Coley
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    I don't have a huge need for human contact. My husband and our dog are the best company I know. I go out a couple of times a week to run errands and that's pretty much all the human interaction I need other than visits with family. I do miss my neighbors from where we used to live though and wish we had neighbors here who were as nice.

    I do intend to sign up for volunteer work at a nearby museum and I've considered joining the local garden club. But I'm so happy and cozy at home that there's just not much incentive for me to leave it. For me this lifestyle is paradise!

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