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I want to fix computers and build websites, but Craigslist just isn't working too well for advertising (I need to make $30 a day for a month). Does anyone know of any websites where I can advertise my services for fixing computers and building websites? I don't want to have to pay either. Thanks!

asked Aug 14 '10 at 21:01

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try http://Freelancer.com you can advertise and find online jobs there

answered Aug 14 '10 at 21:27

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If you have a university near you, drive there and post your contact information on their public notices boards so students who are having computer issues (or need a website) can potentially contact you. Do the same at local libraries and other places with public notices boards.

answered Aug 15 '10 at 00:40

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good idea, but many university's offer a free or low cost computer service though their IT department.

After all, they want their students to have working virus free computers for obvious reasons...

But going off that idea using other public boards is what might work. Find local businesses that support other local businesses (restaurants and such) that will allow you to place a flyer or card at their register.

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You can check out odesk.com, find online jobs.

answered Feb 12 '13 at 09:21

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