Instant is not possible - if you really do want instant money then sell some of your stuff on Ebay - and even that will take a few days. I really can't think of an 'instant' way - even affiliate programs and Adsense and Amazon require work and some luck and then you have to wait till you get up to $100 before they send you a cheque.
You could try the stock market but that needs some money to start with, which you may not have.
If the stock market is a viable option I'd also suggest roullette... I'm sure I have an affiliate link somewhere :-p
But as far as instant goes... that's about as far as your options take you. Even quick money makers like CPA (Cost Per Action) offers take time as you have to wait for the affiliate payout (as well as get accepted onto the network first!)
But for the time it takes to set up a blog, which isn't long... write some content, which doesn't have to take long... and start the SEO process (which you can get done for you...)
It takes a little time, and there are ways to speed up the process (tools or a team) but you'll always be looking at 2-5 weeks for a return... that's about as instant as it gets.
The best way to start would be to find a good affiliate program with a high payout and a good conversion rate... generally more than 10% if you're starting out... obviously as you mail more people, you can profit well from 1-2%
And if you get support along the way, that's real important too, especially if you don't have an affiliate network you can join.
Take a look at this for an example: http://hubpages.com/hub/Sharing-Love-An … te-Program
One of the fastest way to make money online is email marketing ,
get millions of emails and start sending them your affiliate link ( but this way is SPAM )
Write articles or publish hubs and wait for the clicks to happen. That's a relatively instant money.
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Donna Janelle 7 years ago
I am pretty new to hubpages, and I hear that a lot of people make money off of adsense and amazon, but I have heard almost nothing about Kontera. Is anyone using this or making any moeny from it? Is it worth my time?
by dprice99 8 years ago
Okay,... I'm still relatively new to the hubpages environment. I have written 9 hubs now and have had about 1,000 hits on one of them. I'm signed up for Google Adsense and also signed up with Amazon for affiliate activities.Here are some questions:1 - How does one "attract"...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
I have noticed that upon removing Kontera from my hubs that my AdSense earnings went up. Kontera seemed pretty useless even when I was earning with it because the click were not really all that profitable. One AdSense click seems to be worth more than a Kontera click even when it's like one of the...
by hrluvsdragonflies 7 years ago
I'm wondering how you see your earnings on hubpages?
by Frieda Babbley 9 years ago
This is the third time I have been rejected by e-bay and have no idea why. There's nothing odd about my hubs. Now, I don't know what their ruling is, but it doesn't seem fair and (perhaps I'm inept at this) there isn't a clear way to be able to contact them for feedback. They are...
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