Start a blog and get a Google Adsense account to put ads on your blog. You can get affiliate advertisements as well. These are ads that are free to you but you get paid for putting a company's ads on your blog. Every time someone clicks on the ad you get paid - same as Adsense. Start getting involved in all the social media sites to drive traffic to your blog. It takes a good 3-6 months to start making money and get picked up by Google search engines before you really start to make anything. Remember, your blog needs to be interesting to what people are interested in. Update it everyday and give interesting content.
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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