May 18, 2019
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Making Money from Home

Let’s be honest for a minute in stating that most people do not like the grind of their typical 9 to 5, Monday through Friday jobs. Sure, you get your weekends off, but you are just a cog in the machine for the rest of the week. Working on someone else’s time and revolving your life around that. I remember when it really hit me that I wanted more for myself, and I was determined to find a way to do just that. Madison Enterprise has offered me that opportunity as a work from home phone sex operator, and it has changed my life! No more do I have to wait with baited breath the day before the next week starts to find out when I am expected to be there, regardless of what real life warrants. I am able to set my own schedule, a freedom that is hard for most people to even imagine. Sometimes, I work in my PJs, which can be fun for my sex line clients to imagine as well! This luxury is something that you will find in no office anywhere, so that is a perk unique to working from home. This company offers me the chance to work nights or mornings, afternoons or weekends, depending on what works best for me. I even get to enjoy some raunchy text sex sessions, some of my favorite things to do because we get to really use our imagination and tease with the lack of sounds or sights. This job has done wonders for my mental health, my general health, and my wallet! I am able to relax and work from my home office, eat the meals I can prepare at home versus grabbing something quick and unhealthy on the go, and I do not need to drive across town to the office anymore! Factors that have all made it possible to save money in areas that I could not before. If you are interested in a rewarding job that allows you the freedom of working from home, apply with Madison Enterprise and take the first step!
January 23, 2019

Why I love working from home

When I tell people I work from home, I get one of two responses: “I wish I could do that,” or “I could never do that. I’d get way too distracted.” I enjoy working from home, but just like a traditional work arrangement, it frustrates me sometimes. It’s not the key to a blissful work life, but it’s not necessarily a recipe for getting lost in a Instagram black hole all day, either. I procrastinate and waste time less at home than I did during a typical 8 hour office work day. According to a 2013 Stanford University study, a worker’s efficiency can improve by 13% when she works from home. For the sake of transparency, I will admit that from 7:57-8:20 this morning, I was spending far to much time on Youtube watching cute English Bulldog videos. For those considering working from home or just curious about what it’s like, here are 7 reasons it’s worked for me: 1. I’m an introvert. While my work involves a lot of interaction, my time in between phone calls and meetings is quiet and solitary. I loved socializing with my coworkers when I worked in an office, but I was less productive. Because I’m an introvert, those fun conversations drained my energy. It’s easier for me to build in quiet time at home than it would be in a traditional office.  My dad also works from home, but he is an extrovert. Unlike me, he has much more energy on days when he has lunch appointments. A day spent entirely at home in front of his computer leaves him exhausted. 2. I have a dog. He loves being around people, and he’s great for stress relief and companionship. My work arrangement is good for me and it’s good for him. 3. Punctuality is not my strong suit. Working from home limits how often I’m expected to be somewhere at a certain time. I do not miss rushing to gather my stuff while I brush my teeth and put on my shoes, only to remember that I need to stop for gas. Sure, I could start getting ready sooner. I’m working on that when I do have places to be, but I’m glad it’s not every day. I can make deadlines like it’s my job, especially when it is my job, as long as my physical presence isn’t required. 4. I hate packing lunches. I used […]
February 23, 2018

My First Working From Home Job

I’ve always hated the idea of a 9 to 5 job. Standing behind a counter or behind trapped behind a desk your entire shift always just rubbed me the wrong way. I’m a home body so I decided one day that I would get a job that lets me excel at my profession without ever having to leave my house to do it. So I did a quick google search for “work from home” and was surprised at all of the results. I guess people were searching for the same thing I was now searching. I scrolled past a few of the most common results which included the usual telemarketer, remote computer technician, and even making your own website to sell creations you’ve made but none of them peeked my interest. They all depended on number of sales and only being paid when your services were needed. I couldn’t  bring myself to work somewhere so unreliable. That’s when I saw a search result I almost scrolled right past that really peeked my interest. Sexyjobs.com. At first I almost thought all they were going to have would be escort services or cam model offers. There were quite a handful of offers for phone services but they paid so little anywhere from 10 cents a minute to 30 cents if you got lucky. That’s when I saw something that stood out from all the others. Madison Enterprises. They were offering up to 75 cents a minute and it almost sounded too good to be true. I continued to read what they were offering. They talked about how you had a chance to build up your own empire right at the comfort of your own home. They would be in charge of sending the calls and I would in return need to be in charge of advertising myself to bring in more customers. They had no specific call volume I needed to maintain in order to keep my job it was all determined by me and my motivation to work. The instructions read to call a number after I submitted my application so a representative could speak to me. That’s exactly what I did and she couldn’t of been more helpful. She explained to me that this job could give me the potential to bring in as much money as I was willing to make. When I got hired they were courteous to me […]
January 23, 2017

What 16 Studies Say About The Best Times To Post On Social Media

What 16 Studies Say About The Best Times To Post On Social Media The best times to post on social media are when the people you want to see the content are on the network. That’s the easy answer. And not a useful answer. Until now. There are best practices for each social network, and the data from these 16 studies proves that posting at the best times will help you get more traffic, more engagement, and more followers Alright, for those of you who’d like to try this the more manual way, read on! Find Your Best Time To Post: How Do You Factor In Time Zones? When Is The Best Time To Post On Facebook? When Is The Best Time To Tweet? When Are The Best Times To Pin On Pinterest? When Should You Post On LinkedIn? When Is The Best Time To Post On Google+? What Are The Best Times To Post On Instagram? Best Time To Post On Social Media Infographic 3 Google Analytics Custom Reports To Find Your Best Time To Post About The 16 Social Media Studies… After digging around the Internet a bit and analyzing our own data here at CoSchedule, I compiled some research from within the past year and more recently, breaking it up into more palatable chunks of information. I’ll be referencing several sources in this blog post, including: Brand new, never-before-seen original data from CoSchedule HubSpot’s recently updated roundup Forbes’ research from a TruConversion case study Buffer’s updated original research Buffer’s updated compiled research Huffington Post’s compiled research SurePayroll’s compiled research Fast Company’s compiled research In addition, these are a few bonus sources that may be slightly older than a year: Neil Patel’s research and compiled data on Quick Sprout MarketingProfs’ compiled research from several TrackMaven reports Elle & Co. compiled research FastCompany’s compiled research TrackMaven’s research Chron’s compiled research Kissmetrics’ compiled research Fannit’s compiled research Let’s get to it. How Do You Factor In Time Zones? Did you know that Arizona doesn’t practice daylight savings time? It’s timing nuances like these that make finding the perfect times to post even harder. Before we delve into the best times to post on social media, let’s take a look at the best time zones. 50% of the U.S. population is in the Eastern Time Zone, and the Eastern and Central combined represent almost 80% of the U.S. population. In theory, the Eastern or Central timezone would be the best time to base off for a United […]
March 11, 2015

New Jersey Went On A Porn Binge During Winter Storm Juno

  When there comes a blizzard, New Jersey will milk the lizard. As snowstorm Juno rolled across the Northeast earlier this week, Web traffic on adult site PornHub increased more in New Jersey than in any other state in the area. The site’s data analytics team said in a blog post that Web traffic in New Jersey, which wasn’t actually hit that hard by the storm, shot up 26 percent higher than average on Tuesday, when many of the region’s residents were stuck indoors. Just as an aside, New Jersey wasn’t even hit that hard by the storm, Here are New Jersey’s impressive snow-day results, compared to nine other states:   Following closely are Connecticut and New York, each with traffic increasing on the site by 20 percent or more. New Jersey really shows its dominance when traffic increases are examined across different devices. The state’s porn-viewers watched in higher percentages than usual via desktop, phone and tablet. While most states registered a dip in traffic around noon, likely to break for lunch or enjoy the idyllic snowfall with a bout of sledding or snowshoeing with friends, New Jersey actually saw a 50 percent traffic increase. Now that’s dedication.
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