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How I Make Money From the Computer Without Spending Any Money

Updated on April 27, 2015

These are the ways I make money on the computer.

1) Kindle Books

2) Create Space Books

3) Hubpages

4) Blogger

5) YouTube Videos (Partnership)

6) Google Adsense

7) Make Money with Answers - Free to Join

(I used to also write for Demand Studios but I got fired for mouthing back to editors as if I was some big time writer. LOL.)

I also work at a day job. I only do this stuff part-time, most times very part-time To be honest with you I really don't make much money. I have made $O-300 a month, but it varies. This is not a how to get rich article. I only recently became a you tube partner so i am hoping for more of income. (update- I don't have a day job anymore)

The point is for this article is how to make money without spending money. Once you figure out how you are making money it is only a mater of making more with your avenue. I don't join anything that I have to pay a fee. This was one of my main goals, since there are so many scams out there.

If I was doing this full time, I would do all of these things everyday, make a video, write an article- to promote the video. I would write a publish a kindle book, make hard copies available on Create space. (they take most of your royalties), but I am not spending money on publishing.

If I was to pay myself for all the work I do on articles, promoting, videos, etc. It would probably work out to 1 cent an hour. Although I do expect an increase now with my new you tube partnership, but still i can't quit my day job yet. It is my goal to quit my job, once i make the same amount monthly as my day job. Then i will work harder and increase all of the avenues. For the mean time it is just a hobby that makes pennies. I have received on check for 100$ from Google Adsense, and i do receive checks almost every month from Kindle, I am still waiting to meet a threshold from Createspace.

Most people would have given up long ago. I would have to say that most people would say, "well it is not worth it", but I am extremely stubborn when it comes to building some sort of income out of nothing. Plus, I have many future plans for improvement, and learning more tips on doing all of these present projects. So can you become rich doing all these things? Probably, but like anything, you pretty much have to burn out doing it. You have to do it when you wake up and do it all day. And you don't see the fruit immediately. I am going with what works so far. You could waste time seeking out other things, filling out memberships etc., or you could go with what is already working and build on that.

My future plans:

  • Selling essential oils or naturalistic products online
  • Making videos concerning those products.
  • Writing information type of books
  • Claim all this as a home business on my taxes
  • Work, work, work!

Good luck to everyone who is trying to build an income from home. It is my goal to work in my pajamas all day.


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    • dandelionweeds profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Canada

    • dandelionweeds profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Canada

      Hi Wendi, I have many books and things so I just emailed you some links. Good Luck!

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      Wendi Gjata 

      6 years ago from Hialeah-Florida

      What is your kindle book? I would like to it a read! Also what is your blogger website and/or your youtube account? I would like to start doing what you are doing and see where that takes me!

    • dandelionweeds profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Canada

      Thanks for your feedback Thundermama.

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      Catherine Taylor 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Good for you, you sound like someone who has a plan and will stick with it until it works for you. Some interesting tips here.


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