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How to make money online building websites as a teenager

Updated on December 16, 2010

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Making Money Online Building Websites

If you are anything like me you see a lot of hype and big promises from different programs that help you make money online. I have been making a full-time living from my websites for over 2 years now and have been at it for 4 years and I have seen a lot of overhyped junk.

So, when Daniel Gray contacted me about his product called TeenCashMachine, I assumed it was silly - mostly because of the name - and had my doubts. I asked him what users could expect to earn, waiting for him to say $10,000 in your first month, but to my chagrin he said that his daughter was earning a few dollars a day from a site that she had built in 2 hours using the system.

Hearing "a few bucks a day" got me really excited because...

1. It showed me Daniel wasn't trying to hype the system up by promising more than it could deliver (like many others)

2. I built my business by creating page after page that each generated a few bucks a day. And by doing this over and over again, wouldn't you know it - it adds up to a lot of money!

After getting this response from Daniel, I asked him if I could look around at the material to make sure it was legit. Trust is a very important factor in making money online, if you make money by lying to people and selling them and recommending junk, you might make a few bucks today, but the well will dry up in the future.

Knowing that, I only recommend affiliate products that I use or would use - it just isn't worth burning my reputation to make a few bucks. After watching a couple of the videos and digging deeper into his program, it was clear to me that it is the real deal.

As the name suggest it was designed for teens, so it is very easy to understand, but the system that he has is similar to what I have been doing the last couple years and he goes into very specific step-by-step detail of how build your website, find the keywords to target, get links, get traffic, get adsense setup, etc.

I have friends in the offline world that I am recommending the program to because I think it is a phenominal introduction for someone who wants to get started making money online. Regardless of whether or not it has "teen" in the name, it seems like a system that a lot of adults will be interested in.

Gotta work at it

As with everything in life you are going to have to work at it - while the program will save you tons of time and wasted energy, you still have to do your part and do what it says! If you aren't willing to work at it, please don't waste your time.

Downsides

1. The videos aren't snazzy. They are just text with a voiceover that show screenshots of what needs to be done. But while they aren't very snazzy, they are very informative. So if you need a bunch of exciting video, this isn't for you. If you just want the meat without the fluff, this program will be perfect.

2. It costs money. The good news for you is that while he normally sells the program for $197, we worked out a deal where you can get it for $97 - see aren't you glad you know me?

Double Money-Back Guarantee

His guarantee is pretty cool. Here it is... "We are so sure this system works, and you will have 2 websites on the front page of Google and usually #1 and #2 in Google, with money making advertising on them in the next 90 days or less much much less. If you follow the TeenCashMachine system and this doesn't happen for you ... then we pay you DOUBLE your money back."

If you are interested in finding out more getting the $100 off deal, or watching the first video for free - you can do so by clicking here.

If you try it out, I would love to hear how it worked for you in the comments below...

Are you making money online building websites?

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      plb36 

      6 years ago from United States

      Looks cool! I might try the trial version sometime. Nice hub. :)

    • e13o13 profile imageAUTHOR

      e13o13 

      6 years ago

      Yea it now looks like he is offering the product for a $2 trial

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      e13o13 

      6 years ago

      Skeptical, I think he is now allowing people to try it for $2 for a trial run.

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      Skeptical Reader 

      6 years ago

      It's would have been more believable if it was free, but I guess someone has to make a living. I'm not saying it doesn't work, but how can someone prove it does without buying, and $97 is a lot of money...

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      Travis 

      6 years ago

      Yea i am trying to save for my first car but there is no way i can pay 97 bucks

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      Jesus Flores 

      6 years ago

      I want to do this although I was wondering if I would need a bank account to process to money through.

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      Vern 

      6 years ago

      I can't believe there are no comments here. I want to give it a try, but can't help having that sinking feeling that it is just another program where you have to sell to your friends and family to get them to go to your site and click on ads. Guess I'll have to find out the hard way if I really want to know.

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      Jackie 

      6 years ago

      I don't understand why you paid $97 when, when i go to order it, it says my total is $2.... $2 dollars seems fine. this seems like a good idea. but whay $97 are you talking about?

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      jordi 

      6 years ago

      that's a lot of cash otherwise i would do it

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