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Lazy Ways to Make Money on the Internet

Updated on May 1, 2013

Hello Lazy People!

Ashleign here again with another few tips to making money on the internet.. No gimic, just straight up no BS Advice..

Over the past few weeks I have been testing things. I decided to change my profile pic to something a little more attractive.. It was interesting to see the additional views, just because of the profile pic change.. Anyway let's get to making that effin money..

Here's what you need:

Undoubted Laziness



Desire to be as lazy as possible mixed with a dash of ADD, and a snap of sugar.

Step 1.

Create a hubpages account.

Step 2.

Post blogs about certain things in your life, quite frankly no one cares about.

Step 3.

Continue to post randomness

Step 4.

Create a Google Adsense account

Step 5.

Sign up for the ad program on hubpages, ebay, and amazon.

Step 6.

Attach those accounts (once approved) to your hubpage

Step 7.

Keep track of what hits, and what flops.. Keep all of your blogs.

Step 8

Watch Money roll in.. Ads, generate revenue.

Step 9

Don't forget to have someone else do your taxes, you lazy person.


Not Lazy enough?


  1. Google Adsense
  2. Hubpages
  3. Amazon
  4. Ebay
  5. Spreadshirt

Good enough? no?

  1. GoogleAdsenseHubpagesAmazonEbaySpreadshirt



Moving On..

Once you have created all this filth. You will want to make a account.

For Example:

Click this here link rightchere

In conclusion. People will click your ads, click your links, and hopefully post a comment!!!

(Looking at you!)

Once you have successfully setup, all these accounts, designed a few t-shirts, you can sit back and relax, and let the 1 or 2 dollars roll in.. Hey.. I didn't say you would get rich!

Did I?

Leave me a comment, or better yet, buy one of those shirts, you know you want to..

Love you Lazy people!


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    • Chuck Bluestein profile image

      Chuck Bluestein 4 years ago from Morristown, AZ, USA

      This article is simple and sweet! Some people love writing so much they do it for free.

    • Ashleign profile image

      Ashleign 4 years ago

      I have sold a few shirts. I am currently working on a few graphics to go on the new shirts. I will admit, I have too many irons in the fire currently. The shirt sales are not on my priority list. :P

    • C McD13 profile image

      C McD13 4 years ago from Pittsburgh, PA


    • zeke2100 profile image

      zeke2100 4 years ago

      Well, the shirts just say lazy. You need a picture or something on them. How many have you actually sold so far?