Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Top 5 ways to make money online

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  1. Freelance websites

These offer all sorts of jobs in virtually any field you can think of. Ok, except practising medicine and law… you could land a job of your dreams with a high pay. You could check out Elance and/or oDesk to see if there are any that interest you.

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2. Publishing websites

Publishing websites are the bet for freelance writers. What I like about them is that you get published almost instantaneously and you can write on anything you like including poetry, reviews, news, politics, recipes, personal experiences and so on. Different websites work differently in terms of payment and how to post your articles. My personal favourites are Helium, Wikinut and ExpertColumn.

3. Blogging

People are known to make massive cash blogging. To be successful, you need to find a niche you are comfortable in and blog away. The catch is to create catchy contentment that will drive massive traffic to you blog. The content also needs to be relevant. You could then use Google adsence or the pay per click advisement. You could also use affiliates programs. The best part is that you do not need any extra capital as there are countless free blogs out there.

4. Sales

You could sell goods or services online. This can be through an affiliate program or you could open up your own online store.

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5. YouTube
You can create viral videos or many videos that bring you good traffic from YouTube users.

“Video makers can earn money from advertising via the site's partner programme, a scheme aimed at regular uploaders with big audiences. Basically, this means you share in the revenue generated when people watch. Partners must agree to YouTube allowing "relevant" adverts to be placed alongside, and even within, their videos and earn money based on a combination of "impressions" (views) and "clicks" (how many people click on the ad). "Pre-roll advertising" – those often annoying ads you have to watch before the video starts playing – can be particularly lucrative, as advertisers are willing to pay more. All of this means the amount of money you can earn will vary dramatically. However, YouTube insists that "partners will always get the majority of the [ad] revenue". There are more than 20,000 partners worldwide. While the site wouldn't disclose how many there are in Britain, it claims it has seen a "seven-times increase" in the number of UK partners earning more than $10,000 (around £6,460) a year, plus a 154% increase in revenues received”.

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