Is Triond the best way to make money online? I want to use my poetry to make money somehow.?
Is there other site better than Triond to make income?
You see, not all my poetry is good but there are a number of really good ones which had received very good comments.
I wanted to make an income secretly and maybe I can use my poetry and explore other writing skills too.
Currently I’m not working and if there’s a way to earn money from home, I’d like to try it out.
It’s virtually impossible to make money from poetry. Even the best known, most widely published poets don’t earn a lot of money from their writing. They rely on teaching jobs and other income sources. Maybe a month from now, maybe a year from now, sooner or later you will realize that Triond is a complete waste of your time.
What’s the best way to make decent money online?
Things I’ve experimented with so far:
- Clickbank Affiliate Sales (I’ve made a little bit, but haven’t done an adwords campaign before)
- Clickbank Publisher (I wrote a book – it’s doing well; Sold many copies myself– can’t figure out why affiliates don’t jump on it)
- Adsense (heh… I make under a back a day… big deal)
Any more things I should try…..? Looking to make as much as possible without investing a lot.
Thanks in advance for any and all answers.
P.S. Don’t recommend ebooks or get rich-quick guides. I’ve seen them all…. I’m not gonna purchase anything– just looking for advice from others who are into internet marketing as well.
The Web offers tremendous opportunities for those who know how to harness it. You hear of stories of people who earn thousands if not millions of dollars from doing business on Web. While there are many scams (same way in the traditional business world), there are various ways you can legitimately make money on the Web.
Here are the main ways you can earn money from the Internet:
1. Sell products on the Web – Big boys like Amazon or Lillian Vernon online catalog or smaller businesses like BigKidsVideo.com or Candle4Less.com all sell products on the Web.
You can either sell: (a) through your own storefront through your own website or applications such as Yahoo Stores; or (b) sell through online auctions like eBay
2. Information Delivery. Others such as About.com or EuropeforVisitors.com create content and monetize their content in a number of ways:
a. Advertising – there are several ways you can earn money from advertising:
1. Join an advertising network. Advertising networks are organizations that aggregate Web sites that offer advertising space, and sell banner ads (and other advertising options) across them. Traffic requirement is often a minimum of 5,000 monthly impressions, although many do not accept sites hosted by free page services.
Burst Media http://www.burstmedia.com
Fastclick (ValueClick). Http://www.fastclick.com
Tribal Fusion http://www.tribalfusion.com
2. Participate in contextual advertising networks. Contextual advertising are text ads delivered based on the content of the web page using an automated system.
Google Adsense https://www.google.com/adsense/
Yahoo! Publishing Network (currently in beta and available to US publishers only) http://publisher.yahoo.com/
Quigo Adsonar http://www.quigo.com/adsonarexchange.htm
Commission Junction Evolution http://www.cj.com
Kanoodle Brightads http://www.kanoodle.com/about/brightads.html
3. Sell advertising for your site directly. This is admittedly a more difficult route for a small business site wanting to earn advertising revenues. But hey, as they say: “no pain, no gain!”
b. Affiliate Programs – you sell other people’s products that your audience may be interested in; and you get a certain commission after the desired action was done (whether a sale, a lead, subscription to email newsletter, or however this is defined)
c. Paid online content. Hoovers.com or WebmasterWorld.com Supporters forum all require paid subscription before accessing the information
d. Content licensing and syndication. Some publishers such as the Associated Press get paid every time their content is published elsewhere
What are the best ways to make money online?
I have recently started writing reviews on Dooyoo and I’m really enjoying it. Are there any other sites like this that pay you to review, that are not scams? Also, what are the other ways that I can earn while staying at home? I am a stay at home mom and would like to make some extra money.
Unfortunately, there is no good way for the average person to make money on line. In general, almost all money making sites on the web are scams. Under no circumstances should you give any money making site your credit card number. Never sign up for any “free” service that is free for one month and then you have to cancel it to avoid credit card charges. You will find it very hard to cancel. The phone number they give you to cancel may always be busy, so you can’t cancel. They will often charge your credit card even after you think you have cancelled. Never give a survey site your bank account number or personal information.
Many sites claim you can make money by filling out surveys or clicking on ads or some other silly method. They screw you around answering some surveys and then try to push the “free” offers that you have to charge to your credit card. One common trick they play is that they let you make 5-10 dollars easily. But their website rules say you have to earn 40 dollars before they send you a check. To make the extra money you have to participate in “free” offers. I have played around on some of these sites and it always come down to them wanting to get your credit card number in the end. Don’t let them.
You will find many people on this site that claim they made a lot of money at such-and-such a website. They are usually liars trying to make money. For instance they will say: “Go to cashcrap.com/q2347.” The “q2347″ is a signal to the cashcrap site that you are being referred to them by “q2347.” If they sucker money out of you, “q2347″ gets a kickback. These coded signals can be hidden by different methods in the link. Other people will refer you to their own private website or blog for the purpose of trying to get money off you. The bad spelling and grammar is usually a good tip off of this.
Note that I say there is no good way for the AVERAGE person to make money on the internet. If you are not average, and have some special skill, you can make money. If you are good at selling things, try selling things on E-bay. If you are good at writing, set up a blog or other site and sell ads. If you are good at computer programming, try setting up a site that uses your skills. Since I don’t know what special skills you have, I have a hard time advising you on this.
However, if you go to a site that claims ANYBODY can make money, it is usually a scam
What is the best and most effective way of making money on the internet?
I would like to know what is the very best of making money on the internet. I am a graduate student, and I am looking for the best method of making money consistanly (like on a job) on the internet. I have tried eBay, Online Freelance writing, Online Survays, and OBS-Online Business Systems. Which is the best method of making money? (And please, no B.S)
There is no “best way.” You have to find what you like to do that doesn’t feel like work to you.
It may not be easy, if it was we would all be rich. To make consistent money on the net, you have to have a consistant idea, product or service that people want regardless of economic times.
Think about what you are good at. Sell the service to others by creating your own site.
Think about how you can solve other people’s problems. Sell the service to other by creating your own site.
Easy, legit, safe way to make money online?
I’m 18 and am about to go to college and want to make some extra spending cash. What would be my best options from your personal experiences? I need something other than a PTC or a site where you write adds because I’ve tried them both and it wasn’t what I was looking for…
Ebay is a difficult place to make money online unless you have a good item you can keep selling. With that, unfortunately, you will have to spend some overhead cash to make or acquire the product you wish to sell. If you can do that, then that is a good way for you to go.
A better way is using online surveys. Most places are just a scam and a waste of time. Luckily, I was able to find a great survey website with plenty of rewards. CashCrate is by far the best out of all of the possible places you can discover. Try it, its completely free and you don’t even have to consider spending a dime to earn money. So far, with the couple months I have been signed up, I have made a few $100, easy.
Now most people will say surveys are scams, but you never actually have to give them anything. No credit cards, no personal information. You just need to go through a website that offers you cash for doing the surveys, without having you pay in. CashCrate is perfect for that. I’m satisfied with their service and I recommend it to everyone.
How do you make money from blogging, or online in general?
How do people make money with blogging? Do they write about their interests and then add on Adsense and just make money with that, or is there more?
I am looking for different ways to make money online. I am pretty good with building a basic website and have an ok understanding of photoshop.
I want to use the skills I have to make money online… so I ask, what is the best way? Or is there a best way because there must be hundreds of ways – anything from eBay to selling clickbank products.
With blogging people make money in a lot of ways. Sometimes they sign up for different websites where they’re paid to write about a certain topic. Some people review a product and then add a link for it and when people click on it they make money through Google Adsense. People also make money by becoming affiliates of Ebay and Amazon and adding links about certain products that they have on their site. If people purchase the product then they make a percentage of the cost of the item. (I don’t know how much that percentage is. But I do know that it varies per company.) I want to set up a blog but I know that the ones that have the most success are the ones that have a lot of traffic. That’s the hard part of the blog, getting traffic.
I personally make money online by doing survey sites and paid to click sites. I’ve been searching all summer long for websites that make money and the best ones so far are:
I’ve made $114 bucks on the Rich PTC site and it’s not that hard. Just sign up for different websites, click 30 second ads (get paid a $1 for each one, and refer other people and make 50% of what they make). In order to get the most out of these websites though, you should get your friends and family to join them as well.
I also make money online by writing different articles. When I get enough of a following from that then maybe I’ll make a blog. (Mind you, I just started with the articles.) If writing online sounds like a good idea to you then be a part of my network on Bukisa: http://www.bukisa.com/join/26348
I know this was pretty long but I hope it helped. I scratch your back, you scratch mine. Lol. Anyway, good luck and I hope that if you find any other sites worth trying that you share the knowledge! :]
P.S. Please use my referral links. It’s good karma ^_^
Whats the best way to start writing online articles?
I’d like to start writing for a supplemental income. I’m not looking to become rich but I have seen a lot online about article writing. I have checked out helium and it looks interesting but all the marketplace articles needed are totally random.
I have a blog that I enjoy but my little adsense program doesn’t really make any money. Where should I start? Anyone have some good info. on this subject for me? Thanks!
Also, I do have a college education but no real experience writing. I don’t have samples either and my knowledge of this business is slim. Just so you know what your working with.
Thanks Trevor, I will have to check out that site.
You can buy out a website space at godaddy.com then make tags to it so when people search for topics you write about they can be directed to your site. It is a cheap way to get a website then you can have your blog on there and pictures, etc. Hope this helps!
Whats the best and easiest way to get paid for writing online?
I know about Helium and Associated Content, but how much can you actually make? I heard with Helium you lose the rights to your work, but how is that possible?
I heard about Hubpages as well. Any money in that? What’s the best site to simply post old articles I have written within a few minutes and then make real money? Can you post the same articles to several sites, since I would assume you automatically own the rights to your own writing?
Or is it a lot of work and time that needs to be put in for only a few bucks?
Hubpages would not be my first choice for a number of reasons. I think you should look into outsourcing sites. Outsourcing is really growing rapidly. I am sure that you are aware of the fact that Internet marketers need people like you to write for them. In my opinion this is one of the best ways to have more control over how much you get paid, when you get paid and so on. Fiverr.com is a great way for you to build your portfolio. Plus you can start making money right away. Check them out and look into sites like Odesk.com. You can make really good money on those type of sites. I wish you the best and much success. Take care from Sherrod!
What is the best way to write a Will?
I have a friend who would like to write a will. She does not have a computer (or access to a computer) nor does she have lots of money to go a lawyer.
What is the best way for her to get it set up? Can *I* draw up her will on her behalf, either online or with a software program, send it to her to sign and get notarized and all that?
Note, that I am in Wisconsin, and she is in Maine. I don’t know if that makes a difference.
There are three ways that I know of without seeing a lawyer:
1) Web site like Legal Zoom.com or Nolo.com – you can go over the questions over the phone and have the document sent to her (cost $69 – $119).
2) Software like Quicken WillMaker Plus – Purchase and install on your computer, you can go over the questions over the phone and have the document sent to her (cost about $50)
3) Get a book to walk you through the process of making your own will (suggestion: Nolo’s Simple Will Book. Cost $25)
Personally, I would do #1 or #2 if you can afford it.
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