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Updated on March 16, 2011
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Am I getting there?

There are many role players in the cyberworld that offer financial percentage whenever you acquire their services.

With many online and home businesses proliferating in the World Wide Web, we are having hard time screening their importance whether or not they’re scams or high-profile corporate.

This question had in everyone’s mind, “How do I make money online fast?” Well, there are many ways to make money quickly online. Now, let’s take a tour.

1) Associated Content. This should be the main stop of people, like me, who are thinking how to make money fast on the net. This will require you to write content or articles for them. They will pay you a substantial amount from $3 to $40 for your content. Google Ad Sense is the main player for this kind of campaign, especially in HubPages (which I was a contributing writer for more than a month now).

2) Cash Crate. It is the site that pays you to take surveys. It sounds so easy, but, you should know the things about specific survey, because a particular company should get in-depth information from the consumers in order to market their product wisely. Daily surveys can pay you starting $0.80 up to a hundred dollars. It’s not bad, isn’t it.

3) Forum Booster. It is a website that pays you $0.10 for every post you made. It should be minimum of twelve words, so it is very easy. If you can make six post or more in an hour, $10 is not bad at all. After all, you are just doing this while on your pajama and sipping hot coffee at home.

Suffice to say, there are lots of ways and how to make money online. I am one of the billions of people who are just trying my hands, at a time, to find the just and tried websites and can I say, the best of the best.


  1. Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Practice : By punching the right words or sentence, search engines, like Google, Yahoo, Ask, Creative Commons, etcetera can easily find what you're searching for online. With the appropriate construction of words, the particular search engine, will suggest words that can narrow your search on the right topic.
  2. Search Engine Optimization for Dummies: This is the appropriate book for beginners. As a HubPages writer, I tested searching some of my hubs and the most appropriate words can easily place your article on the first page of the Search results. You can try it, too. Proper headline writing can help you place your hubs on top of the SEO.

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    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      8 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      I'm sure you'll do. Just keep on writing worthy hubs so that you'll earn your keep.

    • Jana08_cute profile image

      Jana08_cute 

      8 years ago

      I hope I can monetize what I write soon. Thanks for this hub.

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