Monday, April 29, 2013

Make Money On The Internet Without A Website

8:10 AM

There are many so called get rich quick schemes online that all to often internet newbies tend to fall for.
Having spent over 10 years in the online world I can tell you, if it sounds to good to be true it probably is!

Don’t fall prey to these online cons the only way you will make money online is with blood, sweat, and square eyes.

If you’re not interested in becoming a problogger or designing and maintaining your own website my below ways to make money online without a website could be for you. Everyone likes to earn a few extra pennies so why not give some of these a try?

Top Ways To Make Money On The Internet Without A Website Or Blog

  • Fiverr

Fiverr has been around since 2010, the site basically offers a gateway for people to offer their services for $5, these services can be anything from holding a sign with your companies name on to singing a jingle or sending a card from Santa to your kids at Christmas. Anyone can sign up and participate why not give it a go?

  • Outsourcing Sites

A good way to work from home or anywhere in the world is to outsource your services. There are a few websites that can help you do this, Elance and oDesk are the main contenders.

I often use oDesk and write content for other websites, oDesk offers many ways for you to get paid be it by PayPal or bank transfer. I highly recommend outsourcing as a means to generate a full time or part time income online.

  • Squidoo & HubPages

Writing articles or posts for either HubPages or Squidoo if done properly can become very profitable, there are many people earning 4 figure monthly incomes from these sites.

They both offer ways for you to generate money from either Google AdSense, Amazon, or eBay.

These sites are not as "relaxed" as they once were and it's becoming harder to get your work published with the many hurdles and regulations they now have in place.

I have used HubPages in the past with some success but now use it more as a way to drive traffic to my blogs as both Squidoo and HubPages rank well in the search engines.

  • eBay & Etsy 

eBay: Selling your unwanted goods on eBay is a full time job for pro eBay sellers and they live solely on the income derived from doing so. If you are interested in perusing this a good way to start would be to spend some time at garage sales or house clearances and pick up some cheap items and sell them on eBay.

Etsy: Unlike eBay Etsy is an online platform tailored more towards handmade items and vintage items that you would like to sell, so if you're artistically gifted this could be the place for you.

  • CafePress & Zazzle

Both of these websites allow you to design your own t-shirts, mugs, hats or practically anything you can imagine. It costs nothing to set up and you earn commission from your product sales.

They also allow you to set up your own store for free which is hosted by them to display and sell your designed products. They handle the printing and the shipping and all of the customer service on your behalf.

  • Sell Photos

There are many ways to earn money with your photos be it from entering online competitions to submitting to photo sites like iStockphoto.

With the demand for royalty free photos growing this could be a great way to earn some extra cash, just make sure you own a professional camera and have some basic skills.

  • CashCrate

CashCrate has often been talk about as a scam but after using it myself I can say it's not. It won't make you a millionaire but you will definitely earn a little extra cash.

Basically you make money from participating in paid surveys and free offers, all you really need to do is invest some of your time and get paid for doing so - simple right? why not give them a try?

Note: If this tutorial worked for you (and it should work), please leave a comment below. Thanks.

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