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How To Earn $1,000 Per Month Online

Updated on September 28, 2012

How To Make $1,000 Per Month Online

Do you want to know how to earn $1,000 per month online? This is very possible to do but there are quite a few tips you should take into consideration, as this can make your journey to earning a thousand dollars online much easier.

If you want to know how to create an income of $1,000 per month, then continue to read the rest of this article.


Before we get into the different ways you can use to earn $1,000 per month online, we will discuss some tips first. Below are some tips and information you should take note of.

Tip 1. Every little bit counts but don't waste your time with sites that simply do not pay well. If you find yourself putting in hours per day on a site only to earn a few pennies on a daily basis, then it is time to drop that site. However, a site like Hubpages is ideal because you can build residual income on a daily basis and eventually you will not have to do a whole bunch of work. Realstically you could earn around $50 per month from the Hubpages ad program alone, and you will not have to spend all day long on Hubpages. That $50 per month may increase over time, and will go towards the $1,000 per month goal.

Tip 2. No, you do not need money to make money but spending money on some tools is a great way to earn money. However, there are many people who get caught up in the hype when they see products being pitch, and these products make it look like they can easily earn thousands and thousands of dollars per month. If you think you cannot afford these products or question whether or not it is a good product, or you are not willing to try it out for yourself, then stick with the free ways of earning money online because you're only going to end up wasting quality time. If you want to earn $1,000 per month online, then you can do so without spending a dime.

Tip 3. Do not put all of your eggs into one basket. There are many different ways and websites that you can use to make money with. You only want to use the best websites and not only one of those websites. Find a few sites that work very well for you, and stick with them but occasionally look around for more sites that will pay you money.

Freelancing Websites

There are sites that connects writers and content seekers, and these sites can help you make $1,000 per month online or very close to it. If you use freelancing websites in conjunction with others ways to make money online, then you should easily be able to make $1,000 per month online. There are many different sites you can write for, but below you will find 3 sites. Other sites would be listed below, but it is best to not get overwhelmed and sign up for dozens of sites. Focus on these three sites first, make a goal to earn $20-$25 per day from these sites and you will be more than halfway to making $1,000 per month online. The 3 sites are:


The Content Authority

Words Of Worth

The above sites are reputable and between the 3 of them, there is usually a decent amount of work available for writers. Apply to be a writer on these sites, and if your application is denied, just give it some time before you apply again.

Get Pad To Perform Tasks

On top of writing for the 3 websites mentioned above, you can get paid to perform a wide range of tasks which includes writing, editing and translating to name just a few. You can realistically earn around $10-$20 per day performing tasks. Between the websites that will be mentioned and the 3 websites mentioned above, you can finally earn a thousand dollars per month, right online. Below are three websites that pay you to perform tasks. There are many other sites that pay, but as mentioned earlier it is best to focus on a few sites. The 3 sites to complete tasks on are:

Amazon Mechanical Turk


Cloud Crowd

If you manage your time properly and can work efficiently then you will be able to earn $10-$20 per day with the above 3 websites. Who knows, you may find a way to earn close to $1,000 per month using just the above sites.

In Your free Time Set Up Your Own Blog

While you are performing tasks and writing for the six websites mentioned above, don't forget to set up your own blog in a niche of your choice. Once you have set up your blog and you have written content for it, place ads on it. Also, place affiliate ads if your blog is about products.

Do not forget to make YouTube videos about your blog posts because the traffic you could get from YouTube could increase your income drastically.

Many people still earn good money from blogging, and this means you can too.

Good Luck

Making $1,000 online is doable and if you are serious about earning that much money online, then definitely follow the tips and information in this article. Good luck.


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    • safiq ali patel profile image

      safiq ali patel 

      5 years ago from United States Of America

      Great hub. thank you. It's to the point and very useful. Voted up.

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      Faye Constantino 

      6 years ago from Florida

      I would seriously recommend avoiding Amazon Turk. Waste of time really.

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      Randi Benlulu 

      6 years ago from Mesa, AZ

      Thank you for all the resources. I'm looking forward to checking them out!


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