online earning methods

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  1. Doneta Wrate profile image90
    Doneta Wrateposted 8 weeks ago

    Psycheskinner says she has a dozen different ways she earns money online.  What are the different ways you have of earning money online.  I would like to broaden my methods.

    1. robhampton profile image94
      robhamptonposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

      Here, for one, writing articles. Shopify is also a good way to go (dropshipping if you don't have much inventory) youtube maybe, countless other ways to earn money on the internet. Just have to be smart, vigilant, and have a very good understanding of the internet and how marketing and sales work on the internet. Good luck

    2. promisem profile image98
      promisemposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

      Some people here have their own websites, which take a lot of work to get started these days because of huge competition. Amazon ebooks is an option.

      I advise against YouTube because of new rules and low CPMs there.

      A handful of big sites pay on a contract basis like Fiverr. The competition with those services also is steep.

      Then there are the HubPages wannabes that come and go.

    3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image96
      Wesman Todd Shawposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

      You can fill out surveys for money non stop if you want to. I got bored with writing for a while, and was doing SurveyJunkie. There is also something called SurveyMonkey.

      YouGov will pay you for filling out surveys as well, but with YouGov they don't have surveys all day, every day, like SurveyJunkie does.

      I'm serious about this all day, every day thing. Survey Junkie literally never runs out of surveys for you to fill out and get paid for. Now the pay isn't especially high, but if you do enough of them, and don't really have much else to do, it's a good way to stay busy and make a bit of money. They'll pay out into your PayPal just like Hubpages, but you are who decides when you want to get paid.

      So long as you're at the minimum payout threshold, you can keep stacking up the money, or ask for payout, and they'll pay you within the hour.

  2. psycheskinner profile image84
    psycheskinnerposted 8 weeks ago

    Here's mine off the top of my head, in rough order of profitability: writing and publishing KDP ebooks, Adsense on my blogs, photos on shutterstock and other stock sites, paid articles sold directly to a petcare website, geomining XYO,  swagbucks, honey, Achievement app, Streetbees, Shopkick, Microsoft rewards.  I might be forgetting some of the smaller ones.

    1. promisem profile image98
      promisemposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

      I do well with KDP, AdSense and some others you list, but I'm curious about photo sales.

      In my experience, and from what I've read from other people, it takes a lot of photos to make any money. Is that your experience?

      1. psycheskinner profile image84
        psycheskinnerposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

        The technical standards for photos have got too high for me now.  I am not uploading any new photos, but the ones I had already posted keep earning.  Every now and then I get a $50 pop from someone buying the rights for a published book.

        It is a bit like Hubpages.  Most people post hundred of shots of whatever is around them and get a trickle of money.  But if you do really commercial stuff it earns a lot better.  The sites provide lists of what buyers are looking for.

        1. promisem profile image98
          promisemposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

          OK, thanks.

  3. Doneta Wrate profile image90
    Doneta Wrateposted 8 weeks ago

    I am not giving up on hubpages.  my traffic is increasing.  I am just thinking about adding on.

  4. Doneta Wrate profile image90
    Doneta Wrateposted 8 weeks ago

    I got on survey junkie for 40 minutes today and tried to do 5 surveys and did not qualify for one of them.  One of them was a political survey.  The qualifications for it asked me how I voted in the last six elections, back to 2012.  I put down republican answers on all of them.  I did not qualify for the survey.  Sounds like a liberal sponsored survey.

    1. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image96
      Wesman Todd Shawposted 8 weeks agoin reply to this

      They get paid for finding people to fill out surveys. Any sort of organization is liable to send them a survey in hopes of finding persons to fill it out.

 
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