How else can I earn money on the internet?

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  1. Drake Slade profile image69
    Drake Sladeposted 4 years ago

    Hi, I posted a question before, but I can't seem to find it anywhere to view the answers... So I'll ask here.
    I am very happy using HP and when I found out about making money to write what I love talking about, I signed on right away! I will be starting a Youtube channel soon hopefully as well, and now that I have started my web presence, I am wondering if there are any other suggestions to make money doing what I love.

    1. Sunardi profile image74
      Sunardiposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You'll get money from ad program, amazon and ebay on HubPage. More visitors you get, more money you earn.

    2. Barbara Kay profile image90
      Barbara Kayposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      There are other sites, but Hubpages is the best for earning money. Putting all of your eggs in one basket is a poor idea. There is Infobarrel, Squidoo, and Bubblews.

      Squidoo isn't doing as well right now as they once did and Infobarrel never did do as well as Hubpages. At Bubblews you can earn, but it is way below minimum wage and it is based more on "a read mine and I'll read yours" plan. Some writers there have really poor English.

      There are numerous content sites that pay immediately. Once you write your article, you'll get a small payment and never earn anything from it again. Others would be better at advising you about these, since I haven't tried them.

    3. moneymindit profile image68
      moneyminditposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Are you hoping to make money doing anything online or just writing online?

      1. Drake Slade profile image69
        Drake Sladeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Anything, I'd like to be able to make my full time career on the web. Of course there are some limits to what I'll do though. Lol.

  2. WriterJanis profile image76
    WriterJanisposted 4 years ago

    I'm on the same sites as Barbara Kay mentioned. You might also look into Webanswers.

  3. Drake Slade profile image69
    Drake Sladeposted 4 years ago

    Wow! Thank you guys very much for the info!

  4. momsdoworkathome profile image73
    momsdoworkathomeposted 4 years ago

    Hello. There are places to earn online such as elance. You can find freelance writing jobs. There are also blogging and writing jobs available on the problogger or copyblogger site. I can't remember which one. I know you are looking for places to write about what you love, but the suggestions that I mentioned can help you earn while you are waiting for those checks to come in from HP and the like.

    1. profile image0
      spahi992posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Its actually ghostbloggers dot net. Problogger and Copyblogger aren't for jobs.

  5. profile image0
    spahi992posted 4 years ago

    Well, there are quite a lot ways to make money online, I do multiple, and I know the one right for you.
    Content writing. There are a lot of webmasters willing to pay for content/articles. You can go to oDesk, Elance and Freelancer and find writing jobs.
    But I would recommend you to go to iWriter and ghostbloggers dot net. They are just about writing jobs and I'm sure you'll find a lot of jobs there.
    Watch some tutorials or reviews on these sites on YouTube.

    1. peeples profile image93
      peeplesposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Have you or has anyone had any actual luck with the ghostblogger site?

      1. profile image0
        spahi992posted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Ghostblogger is a legit site, but you'll have to do some low paying jobs first do get a higher status. Those with higher status get paid more than those with lower ones.
        You should also try iWriter.
        There are a lot of videos on YouTube about iWriter which you should watch if you want to know the site better, but I couldn't find any related to ghostbloggers.

        1. peeples profile image93
          peeplesposted 4 years agoin reply to this

          Thanks for the reply. I will have to check out some of these sites. I've been writing here for years, and have yet to venture out further than a blog. It would be nice to earn an extra couple dollars here and there!

          1. profile image0
            spahi992posted 4 years agoin reply to this

            Glad I could help.

  6. WriteAngled profile image80
    WriteAngledposted 4 years ago

    On the Internet, as elsewhere, your chances really depend on what you have to offer.

    I have been earning my living full time as a specialist medical translator on the Internet since the start of 2004. I have an educational background and  work experience in the field. I am not a linguist, but my clients value the subject specialist biomedical knowledge I can contribute. I suppose I am lucky, because I offer some E. European languages that are in demand, as well as the bread and butter French, German and Spanish. I am not fluent in any of my working languages, but have no problem translating medical content, where I have a massive advantage over linguists in that I UNDERSTAND THE CONTENT, not just have a working knowledge of the terminology.

    I've set my fees so that I earn a minimum of $250 for each full day I spend working. Perhaps my fees are too low, because I rarely have down time. At the moment, I am fully booked for the next ten days and am having to exceed my usual norms on my current project. It's tough going, but I will be getting about $4000 for my efforts when I finish, which is not too bad for ten days' work,

    I come to these forums more for amusement than anything else, because I have only made laughable amounts of money on Helium, Hubpages and Squidoo. To be honest, I am doing way better on a tiny, 10-page web site I set up than I make on Hubpages even though the amounts I earn are still minimal,. A single click there brings in more than I earn in  a week or more on Hubpages.

  7. Rock_nj profile image92
    Rock_njposted 4 years ago

    Try Bubblews and Fiverr.  I wrote a Hub called:  How To Make Money Using Fiverr that has more info about Fiverr.

  8. James McAllister profile image60
    James McAllisterposted 4 years ago

    If you have a lot to write about a single topic, it'd be most profitable to start your own website. It's harder to get off the ground, but the potential earnings are so much more.

  9. Engelta profile image63
    Engeltaposted 4 years ago

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    You can check this article I wrote based on ways you can earn money online.

 
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