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There are those that have a vested interest in making you think that there is easy-money just waiting to be harvested from the internet. Proclaiming this as fact then creates interest and provokes questions about how this might be possible. My personal stance is that 'easy' (and legitimate) money is not really to be had anywhere, but don't rite off internet earnings just yet... at least find out what sort of earnings are available, and heed the warnings in the second part of this article about the scams that are so prevalent on the web.
Is it possible to make money online? A definitive answer…
The first thing to say is that if you are NOT restricted to ‘legitimate’
money-making ie. if you are not someone who cares whether what you do
is morally right, then please move on - what I have to offer is not for
you. If you think you can ‘get rich quick’ (legitimately)
on the internet – think again… On the other hand if you are
prepared to do some groundwork and make a few hundred extra dollars a
month, it is possible I can personally vouch for that.
My advice for any of these methods would be to carefully research the opportunity and NEVER just apply for an online job as a result of an unsolicited email that you received…
Making money with a website:
I am drawing a distinction between a ‘standard’ website
and a blog because different schemes apply to different formats although
there are schemes which you can employ on either format.
Another way to make a website work for you and deliver passive income
is to use affiliate schemes for products and services closely related
to your site content. Each scheme has it’s own payment matrix, but
some yield decent amounts even into hundreds of dollars for a visitor
to your site who ultimately signs up for their service or product.
When researching money-making ideas on the internet (or anywhere else for that matter) you need to ask: Where is the money coming from? If there is a logical answer, the amounts are realistic and there are plenty of people who can testify that the scheme works. then the chances are that the scheme will be legitimate. If the money is only coming from the participants, then you should be wary…. Most legitimate schemes make use of the advertising revenue available from the internet either via direct advertising or content-related advertising. - see my monetisation section
For the low-down on internet scams, jump to the next page
By: Jay Livewyre
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