What are the best way's to make money online in 2013?

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  1. ccurry profile image66
    ccurryposted 6 years ago

    What are the best way's to make money online in 2013?

    I am basically a stay at home Mom that also is enrolled in school. I am looking to generate more money this year can you help.. I just need some basic pointers. Thank you

  2. KarenCreftor profile image89
    KarenCreftorposted 6 years ago

    It depends on your skills and interests really.

    There's no such thing as quick money, but if you're patient and willing to work on it for a few months you should see it pay off.

    I have several hubs on alternative income, but they basically break down into: blogging/writing online, using art/photography for merchandise/stock images etc, selling products (tangible or digital) and earning commissions on other people's products (internet marketing).

    Most important is to do something you already have an interest/skill in. We live in the information age, so I would say selling your knowledge in some way is a great place to start. This could be giving away your knowledge (articles, videos etc) and building ad revenue or selling your knowledge directly (ebooks, courses etc.)

    Hope this helps!
    ~Kaz x

  3. affilicore profile image60
    affilicoreposted 6 years ago

    You can try promoting Amazon products as an affiliate... go in the approach of helping people to make better comparisons and better understandings (pros & cons) on what they are going to buy.

    For you as a mom, you can try promoting children' toys or home appliances that make life easier and better... if they are not of your interest... then go with what you like.

    This journey will not make you quick bucks but if you are persistent and willing to learn & improve... you can definitely create a long term recurring income.

    If you are interested in this, go over to Amazon and look at the different departments and look at the best sellers. Look at those that are popular, highly reviewed and most importantly you can connect with it. Then head over here to HubPages to do a review about it.

  4. pmiles profile image61
    pmilesposted 6 years ago

    Using Google Rating jobs. They often pay a good wage per hour, but are very selective.

  5. Teresa Schultz profile image77
    Teresa Schultzposted 6 years ago

    The best ways to make money online are any ways in which you can do a really good job of marketing yourself, or of marketing your website or blog, or website pages (if you belong to another site and have content there.)

    The more interest you can attract to yourself (for eg on a freelance job site by having a good, professional, and informative profile, and by doing excellent work so that you get good ratings and comments from clients that will reflect on your profile) the better for you. You need to beat many other people offering similar services.

    The more traffic you can get to your own site, the more money you can make from whatever it is you are making money from on your site - be it revenue from people clicking the ads on your site, or revenue from people buying something on a site an ad on your site links to (if you are an affiliate of that site) or income from people paying you to place their advertising banners on your site, or from people hiring you for the services you offer, or from people buying the products you are selling on your site

    The more traffic you can get to your pages on other sites, like to your hubs on HubPages, the more your hubs can earn you.

    Just about anybody can have a great income idea or write an entertaining or useful article, or do excellent work, but if nobody knows this, you earn nothing, or if only few people know this, you earn very little.

    Spend time on working out or reading up on the best ways to market yourself or your online pages, and working with any topic/service/product that interests you, market yourself or your online pages like crazy.

    1. Teresa Schultz profile image77
      Teresa Schultzposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the best answer award - and I do wish you all the best with learning good marketing techniques, and with succeeding with anything you choose to do.

  6. profile image48
    rekhau514344posted 5 years ago

    I have a method which is working for me currently.
    I have a facebook page having 200k fans on it related to wwe.
    What i do is i write an article about wwe and Submit it to largearticle.com
    Then i drive traffic through fanpage to my article link.i share article link only 3-4 time  to my fanpage in 8-10 hours.
    Currently i am averaging 4$ a day by doing this.But its very scalable if you have big fanpages.
    It very scalable if you have a big fanpages.
    Steps to do
    1. Write unique article
    2. Submit it to largearticle.com
    3. Get it approved.wait for 2 days to get approved.
    Then drive traffic to it.
    In this method there is no need of purchasing domain and hosting.
    I have found More details on there website
    http://largearticle.com/make-money-by-s … -articles/
    You can bring traffic in any way.


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