How do YOU make money online?

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  1. Arghness profile image94
    Arghnessposted 5 years ago

    How do YOU make money online?

    As in, what techniques, companies, and formulas do use to make money online.  Hubpages is one, I'd like to see what some of you have to add to the subject. smile

  2. Sonali Singh profile image61
    Sonali Singhposted 5 years ago

    You can make money by doing some freelance jobs if you have some technical knowledge on any subject. You can search for freelancer.com and find latest jobs there.
    Apart from this, you can upload photos to various websites and earn from them, either for views generated or for sales.

    1. jericho911 profile image88
      jericho911posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      What kinds of photos are you referring to ? That's an interesting way to make extra money

  3. FatFreddysCat profile image99
    FatFreddysCatposted 5 years ago

    At this point, I don't. If I ever do make any money, I'll get back to you

    1. bcgurr profile image77
      bcgurrposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Bums me out to hear from someone as established as you in the Hubpages community. I have viewed your hubs and they are high quality and enjoyable. I have heard of folks doing well writing Hubs, are those days over?

    2. bowpounder profile image60
      bowpounderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      interesting take at what @bcgurr has posed.   any thoughts?

    3. FatFreddysCat profile image99
      FatFreddysCatposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Since I write "niche" stuff that has a relatlively small audience and I suck at SEO, I am never gonna get rich writing for this site. So I just do it for fun and if and when I make a payout I'll be fine with that too.

  4. bowpounder profile image60
    bowpounderposted 5 years ago
  5. profile image52
    parkavithaiposted 5 years ago

    Affiliate marketing is one of the best way to make money online. Promote products and make money.

    1. bowpounder profile image60
      bowpounderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      i agree affiliate marketing continues to evolve. search engines love blogging especially when simply keyword placement is used.  i would appreciate your feedback regarding my sites affiliate product.
      jeff
      http://www.jeffreyburnsonline.com/blogdaily

    2. bowpounder profile image60
      bowpounderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      i agree affiliate marketing has continued to evolve.  I blog and i continue to get found on search engines. if you do not mind  I would appreciate your feedback on my sites affiliate product.
      thx, jeff
      http://www.jeffreyburnsonline.com/blogdaily

    3. inbarshahar profile image57
      inbarshaharposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I  agree

  6. wqaindia profile image43
    wqaindiaposted 5 years ago
  7. Amanda108 profile image92
    Amanda108posted 5 years ago

    I sell old toys on eBay. I get my merchandise from garage sales and auctions. It's like a treasure hunt!

    I also take surveys on SurveyHead - well, I did. I do get tired of being kicked out of surveys after taking the whole thing, being ripped off for my time.

    1. bowpounder profile image60
      bowpounderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I did exactly what you do on ebay.  I found small glassware, especially ones that had letters on the bottom to sell very well.  I no longer do simply because the post office wore me out to be honest.  Since i enjoyed being online i pursued that. thx

  8. inbarshahar profile image57
    inbarshaharposted 5 years ago

    I use my skills. I work as an freelancer and there are few website which gives online work like odesk.com. you can use your skills and get paid on freelancer website, even amazon book writing is also useful to make money online

  9. theluckywriter profile image73
    theluckywriterposted 5 years ago

    I write articles for Constant Content. The expectations are very, very high, but I set my own price and keep 65% of the selling price. Not everything sells immediately, but most of it will sell eventually, even if it takes a few months.

    Buyers will pay $30-$50 for a typical 500-600 word article, 65% of which ends up in the writer's pocket. It's one of the best-paying online markets out there...but, of course, because they pay well, you are expected to write completely error-free and well-organized articles.

  10. Faith A Mullen profile image83
    Faith A Mullenposted 5 years ago

    I have been making some money through Textbroker.com. What is nice about this site is you do not have to bid on projects (whoever clicks it first gets it), so it's a great way to gain some experience as a beginner freelance writer.

  11. profile image0
    khmohsinposted 5 years ago

    Freelancing is the best way to make money online.

    1. bowpounder profile image60
      bowpounderposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      agree khmohsin ...  your own work is highly enjoyable

  12. profile image52
    venedictposted 5 years ago

    There are many legitimate ways to make money online.You can earn through internet by writing blogs,articles,ad-sense,affiliate marketing and other such ways.I work from my home and will share my experience.I have been into online business for the past few years, I do reselling business with http://www.goresellers.com/ ,I chose this business because there was no way to get scammed if we found a legit reselling company.It is very easy  to make a good turnover because the cost for each service is fixed by reseller and also it has a fixed commissioned pay for each sale.The customer service and payment is handled by the reselling company and hence I just have to promote the services.

  13. profile image49
    rekhau515454535posted 5 years ago

    I also 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/
    Hope it is useful.

 
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