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Income for Life Using the Power of the Internet

Updated on April 5, 2012

Income from home is one of the dreams that cross the minds of thousands of people today. Many dream of working for themselves dictating how they will spend their time and make their money and not by someone else. To have your own business is a tremendously rewarding experience for a lot of people. But, what types of online business opportunities are there?

Leveraging the power of the internet has been one way that many different people around the world have been able to make a life with a home based business. It provides many opportunities to tailor your work schedule around your family and allow you to enjoy life a little bit more than what you were doing prior.

Examples of Internet Business that people do are

1. Affiliate programs – Many people advertise products and services that others make and earn a commission based on the sale of those programs.

2. Website – Some people create websites or blogs that they will rent space out to advertisers to allow them to reach specific niche audiences

3. Online store – some people create an online store to sell goods to others

4. Doing surveys – believe it or not one way people make money is to participate in advertisers surveys. There are many websites devoted to this so do research prior to signing on to any of them.

5. Auction sites- many people make a living using the power of Ebay or other auction sites to sell goods

6. Article writing – Many people write articles for others as a freelance and sell them to website and blogs that are searching for unique content

7. Photography – There are many stock photo sites that people go to get original pictures. Many of these sites allow you to share revenue when someone uses your photo.

Many of these businesses do not require an enormous amount of computer or internet suaveness. But, doing a little learning prior to jumping into any of these options is always an excellent idea. If, you are unsure about HTML it is never too late to learn. There are many places online you can learn a lot of computer basics, so utilize these if you can it will go a long way in helping you become successful in your online adventure.

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  • Kadmiels profile imageAUTHOR

    Kadmiels 

    6 years ago from Florida

    thanks

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    Rob Bell 

    6 years ago from London

    Nice list. I love lists.

    What an amazing market place the Internet is. It provides a great opportunity for those who need to or choose to work from home. I chose affiliate marketing as my business and Internet marketing as my niche. That is, I teach about and promote products that relate to Internet marketing.

    There are so many out there that want to learn how to make money online and it is very sad that many give up because the learning curve is too steep because they get led up the garden path.

    It brings a lot of satisfaction to point someone in the right direction and of course make a buck out of it at the same time.

    Voted up.

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    SusieQ42 

    6 years ago

    I agree; earning an online income from the comfort of home is a great way to earn extra money. I do and a lot of other people are doing it too. Voted up and useful!

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