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100% True Ways To Make Money Online

Updated on June 27, 2013
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I'm Sick Of Scams!!! Here is how I make money online

. I want to make a list of real ways the average person like myself can make money online without spending a dime on anything. I mean no website no buying ads no promoting something for someone else, and no making a e-book to sale that no one will buy because 1,000s of them are already out there and have been found to suck.

OK now let’s get to it. Now none of these are going to make you rich, I don't even know if you will make as much as you do at your job, as far as I can tell it goes by the person and how much you work, how good you are at doing the job, and luck. So here is my list. Good luck!



(1) Here on HubPages

You make money by making a hub that has ads on it and then people will click your ad and you get a few cents for each click, or you can advertise items that go along with your hub along with eBay items and make money off the sales. Also you make some money by just having traffic to your hubs, why this is not much it can slowly add up.

If I was to make a Hub on how to garden, I might have amazon Items for sale like soil, seeds, and pots on the same hub.


(2) ChaCha

I love this company, I have worked for them for 3 years now. You work when and how long you want to answering question that people txt to you. They give you full training and it is a lot of fun. They do give you a test when you apply before you start if you fail the test they will not let you try again. They have a pay me now button at any time you have more than a dollar in your account you can be paid out. It does charge a one dollar charge to do this. The drawback to it is that you do not make a lot of money. you make about fifteen cents per question you answer depending on your job some make more some make less. And some days are so slow you may only make a dollar or two. In a normal month I make about $240.00 if I work every day. You can sign up friends and you make a few cents a month from them also but not so much you want to focus on trying to get people to join.

What ChaCha is



(3) Fiverr

You can make good money here or none at all it depends what you do. on this site people will do almost anything you can think for $5 anything from signing, dancing, drawing to call you girl/boyfriend to break up with them for you. All you do to make money is post yourself an ad for anything you can or willing to do, and see if anyone will buy it. If they do they pay Fiverr the $5 and you make $4 that you can send to your PayPal. If you are good writer, do amazing SEO, know how to get back links fast, good at graphics, have tons of active tweeter follows or so on you can make a killing on this site. If you can work fast and keep your clients happy. But most people make a few extra dollars a month. I make $50-$360 a month depending on how many orders I get and how many jobs I have posted at the time. The drawback is high competition and can be a bit slow when you start until you get ratings, after that it becomes better. You just got make yourself stand out.

What Fiverr is


I have not done this yet but have looked into it. They pay you a monthly payment for content produced as well as incentives for performance. You need to be a very strong writer to work for them and be able to fallow deadlines, and know SEO. They look to pay well but might be hard to get on with.

E-Bay and Craigslist

(5) Everyone knows about these two. E-Bay and Craigslist. You can sale items on these for the most part it is not hard to do. To get items you can sale you own stuff, make jewelry or something like that. or get free items from friends, family or ads to sale. The harder way is to buy items and sale them for more than you paid, like if Wal-Mart has a t-shirt sale for $1 a shirt you could stock up on them then post it on eBay for say $3. My sister does this and makes $400 a month sometimes more and other times less. I do not recommend when you first start you go to a drop shipper, this could cost you a lot of upfront money and even hurt you in eBay, plus there will be a lot of people who have the same thing you are trying to sale.

So by only using 2 (now 3) things on this list I make $600 a month. It may not be much but it allows me to stay at home with my kids while my husband works, and it cost me nothing to do. I hope this help those that are looking to earn some side money at home and are tired of getting scammed and losing money to items that do not work. Maybe one or more of these jobs will give you the amount of money you are looking to make.

Good Luck.


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    • jimp7777 profile image


      5 years ago

      awesome :)

    • joaniebaby profile image


      6 years ago

      Voted up and useful. Thanks for the useful tips. Several I already do but several are new and will have to try. Good luck on HubPages.

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Thanks for the warm welcome and all the votes. I'm glad you all enjoyed my hub.

    • Jordanwalker39 profile image


      6 years ago from NC

      Welcome to the HubPages community! Great hub I really enjoyed reading it.

    • ThelmaC profile image

      Thelma Raker Coffone 

      6 years ago from Blue Ridge Mountains, USA

      Congratulations on your Hubnugget award. You shared a couple of ideas in this hub that I had not heard about before. Thanks for the info!

    • jponiato profile image


      6 years ago from Mid-Michigan

      Thanks - I'm going to give fiverr a try.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Congratulations on your Hubnugget win and welcome. This is an interesting and useful hub. I like some of your suggestions as they involve some different types of writing. Thanks for the information.

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      Suzanne Ridgeway 

      6 years ago from Dublin, Ireland

      Congrats on your Hubnugget and welcome to HP!!

      Great down to earth ideas here I will look at. Cha Cha sounds interesting and one I will investigate further! Thanks for sharing your experience first hand!!!!

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      Shasta Matova 

      6 years ago from USA

      Congratulations on your HubNugget! These are great ideas, and I hadn't heard of Fiverr and ChaCha. I will have to try them out!

    • ladybluewriter profile image


      6 years ago from United States

      Thanks for this information. I will be following your hubs. I had to check them out.

    • Anjili profile image


      6 years ago from planet earth, a humanoid

      Hit Trish303.

      Welcome to hubpages. Thanks for sharing these useful online job tips here. Will sure try out those I'm yet to try.

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Yeah I love ChaCha it is a bit show but can be a lot of fun

    • kthix10 profile image


      6 years ago from IL

      I have done ChaCha! Although it has been awhile since I have logged on, but it really does work

    • Missy Mac profile image

      Missy Mac 

      6 years ago from Illinois

      Thanks for this article. I agree JDIZM, whichever job a person attempts hard work it the order of the day.


    • JDIZM profile image


      6 years ago

      nice tips, plenty of ways to make money online you just have to remember there is no simple solution you need to work hard either way.

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Your welcome. let me know if you have any questions about any of them.

    • vikkijov profile image


      6 years ago from Mystic, CT

      This was a great hub. I'm always trying to find ways to put that extra cash in my bank. I work at home on the computer (I'm a court transcriptionist) so I always have access to the web and this sounds like a great bunch of ways for me to make extra $$. Thanks so much for the information!

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Thank you. I think it is wonderful :)

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      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Congratulations for being a HubNugget nominee! :)

      Great tips. I will pin your hub for future reference.

      What a good way to start your hubbing life. Cheers!

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Thank you. I'm glad you like it.

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      6 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      great tips here.. thanks for sharing

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      Beetle king 

      6 years ago

      I'm not saying I'm just saying know what I'm sayin

    • Trish303 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Springfield, MO

      Thank you for the tip I will make sure I do that :)

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      Steve Orion 

      6 years ago from Tampa, Florida

      First off, welcome to Hubpages! Some of the "make money online" hubs I've read contain more or less the same mediocre advice, so I'm glad for some fresh recommendations and a bit of first-hand experience. I'm a college freshmen, not a stay-at-home mom, so the importance decent earnings is a bit more evident, for me.

      Quick peice of HP advice: when you sign up for the programs here to start earning, I'd go eBay over Amazon, unless you specifically write about a product that that people who read your Hub might buy. I say this because eBay pays by click and sale, while Amazon pays for only the latter. Anyway, great Hub!


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