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Make Money Online Using Your Skills

Updated on August 21, 2012

Make Money Other Than Online Scams

Hi! Like I promised, there is money to be made online other than the scams.

I hope some of you come up with good ideas from your experiences to help out the hordes of gents and ladies out there who sweat it out in some primary school for a paltry salary to add to their earnings.

I can share with you my time tested experiences of making money online, in which I have made over $2500 in just over 3 months, freelancing and writing articles on the net.

Freelancing offers an opportunity to get a decent income sitting at home. I am a live example, and am planning to go for a holiday with the money I earned. You can do it too.

Decent money with plain hard work, no get-rich-quick schemes. But the best part is you can do it at home. All you need is a PC with internet connectivity, and a talent you wish to exploit.

Are you well educated with a specialty in any subject under the sun? Can you write simple articles on subjects like home decor, hair care etc, or technical ones like a software help manual? Or do you have coral draw skills?

If you have it in you to write more, then you could even publish your own book. Once done, you could pick up some great ways of taking your book international and raking in the real moolah.

Maybe you love photography. With digital cameras being more popular than eating food, you can check out the potential there as well.

Beauty is, the timings will be those suitable to you. You can exploit your talents and make money online from the comfort of your home!

In fact I have found the whole experience so inspiring, and it has raised so many queries ever since I started telling people about it, I wrote a whole hub about it.

In that hub, I have described in fair detail how to make money online.

Get going gents and ladies, say goodbye to that 9 to 2 nursery school job!


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    • Jasnav profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago


      The aim is to give out my experiences so everyone can benefit.

      Thanks for the comment!

    • Sun-Girl profile image


      7 years ago from Nigeria

      Very excellent piece of information you actually shared in here which i enjoyed reading and was greatly informed.

    • Flaura78 profile image


      7 years ago from UK

      Sure, Jasnav, that is true. One just has to be clever, and I am not saying you can't make a full time living online doing freelance work, I have done it. It is much easier to handle than other businesses, as you usually can do your stats yourself. :)

    • Jasnav profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago


      I agree with you there Flaura, yet freelancing remains a great way to start. Then again, a lot many people may not have the experience or the will to make their own product, so freelancing fits them ideally.

      Thanks for the comment!

    • Flaura78 profile image


      7 years ago from UK

      Freelancing is great, but the time you have is limited. After a while you will find that you can't improve your online income, and need to create your own products.


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