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How make $10 a day online

Updated on June 1, 2012

Want to make $10 a day online

Are you one of the many people looking to earn money online? Of course you probably are. Do you want to know how to make $10 a day online? Making $10 a day online may not seem like a whole lot of money but it is a good start, and eventually you could grow that $10 a day online into a lot more. If you are not making at least $10 a day online then feel free to follow some of these tips that is listed throughout this article, and feel free to try out some of these websites that are also listed throughout this article. 

Make $10 a day online with Textbroker and Zemandi

Writing content for people is a great way to earn money online, and earning $10 a day online, writing content for people is much easier than you may think it is. There are a few websites where people can join for free, and write content, and get paid per article they write. Using these kinds of websites is a great way to earn $10 a day online. Below are two websites that you can try to write for.

The first website is, but this website only accepts writers who are American citizens. The second website accepts writers from other countries, as well as citizens of the USA, and that website is Zemandi. Textbroker pays its' authors a little bit more money but if you use just one of these websites you should still be able to make $10 a day online. If you are able to use both of these websites, then you could easily earn a little more than $10 a day online.

Make $10 a day online writing for Wisegeek

If you are good at writing, and have excellent grammar skills then writing for the website Wisegeek could be for you. Wisegeek is a website that people go to when they need answers to questions. People who want to write for Wisegeek need to fill out an application to write for them, and if they are accepted then they can be paid between $10-$14 an article. A person writing for Wisegeek can easily earn $10 a day online, maybe even $20 a day, just from this website alone.

Make $10 a day online writing for words of worth and writer access

Words of worth and writers access are two more websites that are kind of like Textbroker and Zemandi. These two websites allows writers to choose articles and receive a flat rate for the articles that they submit. Writing for one of these websites is good, but writing for both of these websites is better. Writing for words of worth and writer access is a great way to earn $10 a day online.

Make a few dollars writing for DigitalJournal and Reviewstream

DigitalJournal is a website that allows people to join and apply to be citizen journalists. If accepted then they can submit news articles and make a few dollars. You probably will not make $10 a day writing for DigitalJournal alone, but if you join Reviewstream and submit a few reviews a day, then you could end up making $10 a day online just by writing for DigitalJournal and Reviewstream. 


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      Karen Blake 

      5 years ago

      Please forgive me if I say Please do not waste your time with any of these sites. Make $10 dollars a day. Did you read the pay scale. Spend 10 or more hours working very heard doing research, writing and editing an article for submission and earn $10 dollars. I know that the economy is slow and people are at home all over the world looking to make money online. Do not de value yourself. Say not to sites like, digital.journal, textbroker, wisegeek and the rest. They make money and you work for slave wages. People must say no to this type of web site. Please the owner of Zemandi lives in Florida and is a very wealth many, the people who write for him are not. He is rude and has not moral or ethical center. He works people hard and when they get tired of working hard for slave wages he moves on to the next set of world wide workers who need to put a roof over their head or food in their stomach. You may be at home with a computer, but there are better ways to make money online.

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      Jeff Greene 

      6 years ago from Philadelphia, Pa

      Thank you for sharing these valuable tips with the Hub Community!

      I am currently researching ways for budding authors to make their mark and perhaps make a bit of money (It helps bolster the confidence, ya know) during the process.

      Have an excellent day and may your own efforts be satisfying and rewarding in the day to come!

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      Faye Constantino 

      7 years ago from Florida

      This is a big bonus for me. I need to make thirty dollars a day. Now I know that sounds like a lot, but if I can join all of then I could have a shot at that. I din't know about these sites!

      Are they time consuming? I joined one site and the guy paid me $10.00 per article, but he would need five with research, screenshots for how to's and stuff. t was extremely time consuming, so I couldn't take any other jobs.

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      anis chity 

      7 years ago from italy

      thank you friend i think Zemandi is my choice great post thanks alot


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