should I be a good writer to join an affiliate program & earn some money on the...
I've been unemployed since i've been graduate from collage in 2002..its frustrating but i'm keep trying to find an online opportunity..iam Not good at wrting as its noticed from the way i write my question ...& living in the middle east...
could i get a chance to work online ?????????????????/
any help will be so great:)
You have to figure out what you are good at... then do that. No one can really do it for you. And if writing is not your thing then try something else.
If you are good at marketing find cheap writers to work for you and focus on your core competency.
Build a website about something you love, apply for google adsense. Sync your google adsense with your hub. make money. My writing is horrible however Ive made $25 with my hubpage and my website. In two weeks.
No. You do not need to be a good writer to Join Affiliate programs i Actually suck at writing and i have joined several affiliate programs and made over $25,000+ dollars so far. It Takes a strong desire to learn and Dedication. Goal Setting and more if you dream it you can achieve it believe in your self and say you can do it and it can happen. i am working on a website where i try to help others out as much as i can with affiliate programs i hope you check it out. Best of Luck to you. Meekin
YOU CAN ACHIEVE ANY GOAL YOU SET FOR YOURSELF AS LONG AS YOU HAVE THE DRIVE AND AMBITION.
i AM A TERRIBLE WRITER BUT I STILL TRY.
FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS.
I have been on hubpages for two years, joined adsense, and amazon, and have yet to earn a thin dime. Get a part time job if you want money, or try microworkers.com. I have earned a steady $20 a week from that site- not many writing jobs though.
by kirstenblog 5 years ago
Besides Ebay, amazon, google and clickbank what affiliate programs are there that are free to join aBesides Ebay, amazon, google and clickbank what affiliate programs are there that are free to join and legitimate? If possible what affiliate programs offer real goods as opposed to digital downloads?
by stevemark122000 10 years ago
If you are like me, your inbox is being bombarded daily with emails from gurus claiming to have the perfect opportunity. I always say if it sounds to good to be true it probably is. Last week, I came across an affiliate program that sounded to good to be true. It was free for your website, auto...
by charlesefe 6 years ago
I have been trying to make money online,don't nothing to show for it. I need help from you all.Tell me how to make money with affiliate marketing.
by RVDaniels 9 years ago
What is a good affiliate program for a newbie?
by Andrew 5 years ago
Say I am not a good writer, artist, or photographer - how can I make money online?
by dtr 5 years ago
This is a lie.In the footer of the website must no statements about me (the author) be made that are wrong.In my case the author doesn't "earn revenue on this page" and he hasn't any "affiliate relationships" this would base on.This text is subject to reword.
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