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(New Low Price!) REMOTE MUCH is 100 pages of specific jobs, gigs, & money making resources you can use NO MATTER WHAT you want to do. Complete with insider tips, reviews, & exclusive interviews from other nomads.
Reviews
  • Ivana Palčić
    Ivana PalčićPassionate chef at colormymeal.com
    Pros: 

    Such an incredible amount of remote work resources... would take months and months to go through it all.

    Cons: 

    Not sure

    First I went directly to the sections where I had a bit of experience, like language teaching and customer service and applied to a few of those. After landing a part time teaching job, (yay!) I reviewed some of the side cash opportunities and signed up to do some user testing and feedback stuff. Already made about $75 that way.. though that type of work isn't "regular" it's a great way to make some easy money every now and then. I've been recommending this to all my friends. Seriously worth every penny!

    Ivana Palčić has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    Easy to follow categories. Lots of good job information, including facts about company and salary.

    Cons: 

    I have only seen the free version so far so there is information you can only see in the paid version. I'll be getting that soon though.

    I think it's really wonderful. It gives a lot of great starting points. I really like the different categories to really help organize everything. I've done a lot of research into different remote jobs and looked at a lot of different guides. This one is my favorite by far.

    Robin Nakajima has used this product for one week.
Discussion
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Adam Hi-Moon
Adam Hi-Moon@adam_hi_moon
@jordanremotemuch I would like to thank you for the E-book "Remote Much" I found it to be a great beginner guide for newcomers of The Digital Nomade Lifestyle. The E-book provides clear different sources where new DN can find reliable job announcement as well as hints on how to maximize their opportunities in getting the dream remote job. Wish you all the best in your adventure. Keep it up!!!
Tristan Nosenzo
Tristan Nosenzo@tlane2 · Experienced world traveler
Great product! Looking for remote work is hard as it is, and even if you think you might know the best sources, this guide gives you even more that have helped me tremendously. Definitely recommend a purchase and checking out the site!
Jordan Sanders
Jordan SandersMaker@jordanremotemuch · 8+ years of digital nomading
@tlane2 Thanks Tristan, glad to hear you got solid value from it!
Jordan Sanders
Jordan SandersMaker@jordanremotemuch · 8+ years of digital nomading
Hey Producthunters! We're RemoteMuch.com. Want to start earning remote cash now? Instead of lengthy strategies, success stories, or other BS, we give you exactly what you need to build remote income asap. REMOTE MUCH contains specific jobs, gigs, and other income opportunities. (Note: we are not affiliated with any companies, we're only recommending what we personally and/or other remote workers already profited from). All remote work opportunities are divided into 10 categories: 1. Remote Job Boards 2. Career Roles 3. Customer Service & More 4. Remote Language Teaching 5. Extra Cash 6. Surveys, Studies, and Focus Groups 7. Make Your Own Merch 8. Freelancing 9. Turn Knowledge into Cash 10. Mini tasks and MUCH More! Each section has anywhere from 10 to over 50 resources. Also -- for now, we're also including two, exclusive mini-guides for free (Extra $20 value). "Work For Stay", and "Micro-investing & Other Alternative Investment Strategies" But REMOTE MUCH is far more than just a giant "list" of gigs / remote work ideas. We also feature: - Insider tips - Reviews - Exclusive video interviews with successful remote workers who reveal their secrets to success 🔍Research: Over 6 months of painstaking investigation went into REMOTE MUCH. My team and I scoured remote income communities on Reddit, Facebook (various groups and pages), connected with Youtube influencers, etc to pour through as many remote work and digital nomad resources as humanly possible. 🚀 How can I get started? Head over to www.remotemuch.com to read testimonials, FAQs, and learn more. Psst! Want to save 50%? Grab it now -- LAUNCH WEEK FLASH SALE til 4/21/19 Want a free sample? Of course you do! Grab that here ;) http://remotemuch.com/freedownload/ 👋🏻🤓Want to learn more about the crazy nomad-geeks behind REMOTE MUCH? Meet us here http://remotemuch.com/team/ 📬 How can I reach you? Just comment here or drop us an e-mail at rmhelp@remotemuch.com - always welcome feedback, suggestions, and connections :) Looking forward to hearing from ya! -Jordan PS - Want 50% off? Get it during our launch week FLASH SALE (til 4/21/19) 🤑
Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee@christopher_lee4
As someone who's seriously considering going remote full-time, much appreciated. Have to say though as a designer, the jet red on muted blue for the landing page is glaring and doesn't make me want to read it.
Jordan Sanders
Jordan SandersMaker@jordanremotemuch · 8+ years of digital nomading
@christopher_lee4 Thanks - truly appreciate the feedback Chris! Yep, as the site and book are just launched, we realize there are plenty of minor copy/design tweaks to be made. You make a good point, and we'll definitely add that to the list. That said, the most important thing to us right now is having solid content. As long as that remains true, everything should fall into place around that.
Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee@christopher_lee4
@jordanremotemuch No problem. And yes, agreed, having solid content is the most important. Btw hope I'm not being intrusive, but since you just launched if you're looking for your first adopters I just launched a service where for $12 you can ask 100 random people a question, and then follow-up and interview them based on how they answered. https://scoops.io/. You could ask e.g. "Would you pay XYZ to learn about how to make money without ever leaving your home, remotely from your computer?" to see who it resonates with most. Anyway just thought it might help. If you want to give it a shot I'll pass you $12 in free credits so you can get the initial question for free. Best of luck!
Jordan Sanders
Jordan SandersMaker@jordanremotemuch · 8+ years of digital nomading
@christopher_lee4 Absolutely man, not intrusive at all - you offered some great feedback so "scooping out" scoops is the least I can do.. sounds cool anyway. You can feel free to PM me