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Is there any way to earn $10 a day from home? I'm not into affilate marketing at

  1. profile image51
    Lizabettposted 7 years ago

    Is there any way to earn $10 a day from home? I'm not into affilate marketing at all.

    I just need something like data entry/ packaging and posting from home. I've tried surveys but no payout after more than a year. I'd love to have something so that if an emergency happens there is some money set aside. I use my entire paycheck just to buy food and pay my rent sad

    Like I said I'm not going to market anything - If I can't buy it myself I won't force it on someone else. If it I need to have 5-10 things going at once I can do that.

  2. ChuckHuckaby profile image41
    ChuckHuckabyposted 7 years ago

    Hub pages is one of the best ways to earn that $10 per day without affiliate marketing over time if you can get approved for Adsense from Google and like to write. It's also easy to be an affiliate for amazon and write about your favorite products. Depending on the product you could make your goal.

    If you like to make handcrafted items Etsy.com is a good marketplace for people just getting started too.

    I've made money from surveys and have never taken a year to get a payout - you just have to find the company/companies that pay cash instead of points.

    If you have a blog with its own domain name, you can also try PayPerPost.com and some of the "pay to blog" networks. That could be another way to earn $10 per day.

  3. Vaiebhav profile image82
    Vaiebhavposted 7 years ago

    It is possible to earn $10 a day. Try odesk.com Also have a look at work posted on elance.com

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    Go Writerposted 7 years ago

    Yes, I recommend signing up to write articles for London Brokers and Text Brokers.

    They both pay very little in the way of articles, i.e. $2 to $7 an article.

    But between the two, Londonbrokers pays you every Friday, as long as you've earned at least $10 in total.

    1. You have to be a Native English speaker (don't need to be American)

    2. You need a premier or business Pay Pal account. Don't get the personal account. You can only earn up to $400. All three accounts are free.

    Or you can sign up for a freelancer.com account. London Brokers can pay you that way as well. They'll tell you.

    3. If you're a US citizen, you need to send them in an IRS form in order to get paid.

    You do have to take a test when you apply, but you can always look up the answers on Google. Not that hard.

    They'll start you off with writing a couple articles at a time, after that, you can take off with it, once they feel comfortable with your writing meeting their standards.

    Here's a link to a video that shows you how they work. They're different from your normal content writing sites:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDSMQbtqEDk

  5. ImChemist profile image58
    ImChemistposted 7 years ago

    You can make this money here and more on hubpages , just write quality optimized hubs and get backlinks .

 
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