Does anyone really know how to make money on the internet?

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  1. NJMom profile image59
    NJMomposted 12 years ago

    Does anyone really know how to make money on the internet?

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    Dcate27posted 12 years ago

    There seems to be one sure-fire way, but it may offend your sensibilities. (I think you know what I mean!) However, while entirely true, I am using this particular response to make a joke. I refer, of course, to pornography. Or, prurience,  whatever it is called. But, I do so jokingly.

  3. NJMom profile image59
    NJMomposted 12 years ago

    HA HA HA HA HA... that's funny, porn aside... is there another way?

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    king214posted 12 years ago

    Your on a way to make money(link a google adsense account to your hubpages account. Then theres blogging, survey sites, sell things on ebay, the list is very long indeed!

  5. wychic profile image81
    wychicposted 12 years ago

    I make my entire living on the internet through freelance writing and transcription (I found most of my clients on Elance and Guru) as well as affiliate writing here and on three other sites. Yes, there are ways to make good money. No, it's not easy money, and unless you have a really, really good reason to want to stay home to work or have a job that's completely portable, you'll probably prefer to stick to a "9-5".

  6. nettech profile image61
    nettechposted 12 years ago

    The only REAL way is Hard work, dedication, patience and nerves of steel.  No digitally downloaded scheme will help you make money.

  7. paraonline profile image58
    paraonlineposted 12 years ago

    There are many ways to earn money through Internet. With the help of Affiliates we can earn money without having website. By promoting other services we can earn money.

  8. wmspringer profile image60
    wmspringerposted 12 years ago

    Personally, I make money selling stuff on Amazon; I even wrote a hub about it. It's not exactly easy money - you'll do a lot of work to get started - but I can set my own hours and put an extra couple thousand dollars in my pocket each holiday season.

  9. reeeldeeel profile image56
    reeeldeeelposted 12 years ago

    the short answer is 'YES'.  in any multi-billion dollar market, lots of people make oodles of cash, but many, many more people do not.

    i take it you would like to know how.  there are actually several time-tested business models that are quite profitable when properly applied.  probably the cheapest, easiest, most reliable methods revolve around 'Affiliate Marketing'.
    i have been reasearching this for some months now, and i fully expect to sell something someday.


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