Friday, September 25, 2015

8 Basic Ways To Make Make Money Online

The best and most profitable way to make money online is to render a service with a skill and get paid for it.

You can make $0.1 $2, $5, $10 or more within 24 hours on the Internet.

Read about using social media to make money here. or Perfect Money Here

There is no magic button. It takes work but you can do it.

 The basic way to earn online is to offer value added services. eg Using Elance, Freelance, SEO Clerks, Fiverr or even Risky Binary / Forex.

Earn means you have completed the work and  the money is owed to you.

Using some of the companies included in this write up as resources, you can receive payment on a weekly or monthly basis.

Many times, when working with individuals, the payment will be made immediately upon completion of the work.

The 24 hours begins the minute you decide to start work.

You don't need much upfront cash to get started, just your wits, a computer and Internet connection.

It's a given you have the needed software for word processing, but if you don't you can download Open Office.


Just to be clear, this write up is not advising you to gather up all your unused books, videos, games, whatever, and sell them on eBay.


That is a way to generate cash, but no different than a garage sale, it's just online.








This post is about earning the money from scratch. There are a few basics you will need to have in place.

You probably already have a PayPal or Payza account, but if you don't set one up.

You can accept payment through Paypal for the most parts, unless it's a commission for an affiliate sale.

Set up an account at Craigslist. You will be using it for placing ads.

There is no cost for the account, or for the ads.

Set up an account at US Freeads too.

You will be using it for placing ads. There is no cost for the account, or for the ads.

All of this should take no more than an hour, so you've got 23 hours left.

If you are planning to sell a product, whether it's your own, or someone else's product and receive a commission, set up a blog, HubPage.

There is no guarantee that you will make any money, that depends on you!

#1: Writing

Ghostwriting articles

You have to have some writing talent to ghostwrite articles.

You do need to be organized, able to research topics quickly, summarize the main points and write the article in a clear way, with correct spelling and grammar.

The article length can range from 200 words to 1000 words or more.

Payment is usually by the word. For beginners, a 500 word article can be sold for about $3 to 5.00.

An accomplished ghostwriter can charge up to $30 for a 500 word article.

The client gives you the topic and any key words that must be included in the article.

How long it takes to write the article is dependent upon how much you already know about the topic and how quickly you can find the materials you need to research the topic.

 It is possible, working at a steady pace, to write ten 400-500 word articles in one day. That's $100 at $5 per article.

Both Digital Point and The Warrior Forum, Warrior Special Offers (WSOs) have threads where people offer their services for sale.

 You can post an offer at no cost on Digital Point but you have to have been a member and have 15 posts to your name in order to do so.

Warrior Forum also requires that you have been a member for awhile and there is a fee to post a WSO. However, you can still earn money through these boards.

Join both of these groups. Scan the posts on the WSO thread and the Buy-Sell-Trade board at Digital Point.

Offer your services to the people who are asking questions about the services currently offered, or who have said they've bought the service.

 Do this by the private message function on both boards, not by posting on the thread.

Place ads on Craigslist and USFreeads offering your service.

#2: Posting.

Post on forums

It has been shown that people don't want to post on forums unless there are already posts.

New forum owners pay people to post comments, start threads, and respond to other threads in an effort to get some forum action going.

As the forum grows, the level of posting increases until paid posts aren't necessary.

Forum topics have a huge variety. There's probably a forum for just about any subject.

Usually a paid poster has to have at least some knowledge of the subject to post relevant comments.

There can be a minimum word count for the posts. Posts of "I agree," "Me too," and "Thanks for the info," are too short and don't add anything to the discussion, so forum owners don't want to pay for them.

Posting on forums doesn't pay a lot, perhaps as little as 10 posts for a dollar.

Find the jobs on Internet marketing related websites like Digital Forum.

Post on blogs

You can be paid to post comments on blogs much the same way you can be paid to post on forums.

Pretty much the same criteria applies, the posts can't be too short and have to be relevant to the subject matter.

You can search for offers of 5 posts for a dollar. If each post takes a minute you would have to work a little over 8 hours to make $100.

Place ads on Craigslist and US Freeads offering your service.

#3: Writing Articles for Pay

There are sites that pay for content. Most of the sites require that you post your article first and wait for a buyer to come by to purchase your articles.

Associated Content buys the article from you. The pay is minimal from $3 to $5per 500 word article.

However there are occasions where Associated Content has paid up to $50 per article.

The articles can be submitted on an exclusive basis, meaning they aren't and won't be posted anywhere else, or nonexclusive,which means you've used the article elsewhere.

It takes a day or two for Associated Content to review the article and make the offer.

You are not required to accept the offer and can withdraw the article.

It takes another two days for the article to be published and then two or three days for Associated Content to make the payment to you.

Place ads on Craigslist and US Freeads offering your service.

#4: Pay Per Sale, Affiliate Programs, and Commissions

You're simply selling someone else's product through your marketing efforts, whether it's a blog or website, and you receive a sales commission when the sale is completed.

Most of these products are informational, either an ecourse, software, or ebook.

Quite a few of the affiliate products pay more than a 50% commission.

 The smart product owners offer banners, buttons, sales copy, and even articles that you can use to promote with.

Amazon is one of the most established programs. Commission Junction is another source.

Both of these make the payments to the affiliates so you don't have to worry whether the product owner will pay.

PayDotCom is a program which uses PayPal as the payment method.

The product owner makes the decision to pay the affiliates and has to authorize PayDotCom to do so.

Many products offer their own affiliate program independently. Look for one with a solid history of payment.

You can also become an affiliate of amazon.com to sell books and consumer products such as jewelry, televisions, whatever.

The percentage commission is much lower, but sometimes the retail price is high enough to make up for it.

The fastest way to make money selling affiliate products is to think about the forums, lists and discussion groups you already belong to.

What are the questions being asked? Is there a problem that people need a solution for? What are the hot topics?

Set up an affiliate account at Clickbank. Go to their marketplace and search for products that will solve the problems, or are the answer to the questions being discussed.

Set up a blog or Hubpage that relate to the affiliate programs.

Post a informative response and include your affiliate product in your response.

A softer sell is to post a review of the product on your blog and then post a response to the list/discussion forum stating that you've reviewed the product and they can find out more on your blog.

You can also set up a Blog page and refer people to your page. You will probably need to make 3 to 4 sales to earn $100 in commissions.

#5: Develop Your Own Product

This is the way you can make real money on the Internet. The question is: Can you do it in 24 hours?

It would be very difficult to research a niche or market, decide what need is hottest and that you have the knowledge for, write the report, write the ad copy or sales letter, set up a blog/website/Hub page and
then market the report. In the real world in real time, it's not feasible.

What you can do while you're working on the other ways to make $100 in 24 hours is jot down ideas you have that would the basis for a product. Then when you have the time you can start developing the product.

You can develop a short report, 500 words or so, a long report, 1000 to 2000 words, or an ebook of about 3000 words or more.

 You could also develop an ecourse that's a combination of emails, an ebook, chats, and perhaps conference calls.

#6: Get Paid to Take Surveys, Receive Offers, Read Email

First rule don't pay someone to find out information about the "Get Paid To" companies.

There are too many sites which falsely represent that you will be paid cash for taking surveys, referring visitors, or accepting offers.

 Some of these offers require a credit card.

You sign up for a free month of XYZ movies, get paid $15 for accepting the offer and provide your credit card number.

If you don't cancel the offer your credit will be billed, and you can't cancel immediately, or you won't be paid.

Usually you have to reach a minimum level of earnings to receive a check or deposit to your Paypal or Payza account.

And the minimum level is nearly impossible to earn. Some of the surveys can be completed quickly and some take an hour or so to complete.

Most of the money is made through referring other people. It will be a huge challenge to earn $20 in 24 hours.

#7: Blog Your Way to Money.

Blogging is a website (some website skills needed) that you update every day with posts about your chosen subject. Visitors can comment on your posts for others to see.

Using your blog as a billboard

There are several websites who will pay you to post product reviews on your website.

They are paid by the company who owns the products.

The products can range from consumer durable goods, consumable goods, or just about anything you can think of.

The blog has to be approved by the company and has to remain up for a specified length of time.

There usually has to be a qualifying statement that your post is a paid advertisement.

Using your blog as a review site

Another way to use your blog is to post product reviews of affiliate products. When someone buys the product you're paid a commission.

You can post reviews of books you've read that are available on amazon and link to the books as an affiliate.

Ads on your blog

If your blog has somewhat of a following in a certain niche and gets a reasonable amount of traffic, you can use pay per click (PPC) ads to generate some revenue.

The more traffic to your blog, the higher the potential for click throughs, the more money you can earn. AdSense by Google is a very popular PPC company but there are others.

You can also use a blog to sell products as an affiliate product.

The sites listed below are just a few of the free sites where you can quickly and easily set up your blog.

http://www.typepad.com

http://www.livejournal.com/

http://www.blogger.com/

http://www.wordpress.com

Pick a market niche you're familiar with as the topic for your blog. Every day post on your blog.

Of course that's not all you need to do.

 You have to get people to your blog to read it and hopefully click on your paid ads, or on the products you're promoting as an affiliate.

Most of the blog sites are searchable by keywords. Search on the same words you've used for your site to find other blogs.

Then leave a comment on the relevant blogs and include your link to your own blog.

You can submit your blog's url to search engines so if someone wants information on 'how to raise guppies' and that's the subject of your blog, your blog shows up for visitors to find.

With a little bit of research and time you can become successful Online with Marketing by blogging.

Site where you get paid to blog

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#8: Submitting Links to Articles, Websites and Blogs to Social Networking Sites.

You can submit links to other people's articles, etc. to the social networking sites.

The pay isn't terrific, usually no more than a couple of dollars per article. you'll have to set up an account at each site.

Below is a list to get you started. With a bit of research you can find quite a few more.

Offer the service on Digital Point the same as you would offer to ghost write articles.

Setting up the accounts at the social networking sites will probably take a couple of hours.

 If each article takes 20 minutes to post at all the social networking sites and you charge $4 for the service.

 You'd earn like $10 an hour and would have to work a little over 10 hours to earn $100.

You need your client to tell you the url of the article/website, title, brief description or first paragraph of the article, category, and tags or keywords.

Have a great day.

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