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Tuesday, 1 June 2010

How to get money online?

Here below are some of the common ways which you can use to make money online. Choose one which you can closely relate to at least in the initial stages and then gradually expand your knowledge.

Freelancing
Freelancing can say to be the easiest way to get started for people who want to have an extra income source on the Internet. You will just need to open a PayPal account and register in websites like Freelancer.com, oDesk.com or eLance.com and check out the many hundreds of free lancing jobs available. You can make money by writing articles, researching on something and even taking tuition to others in areas you are an expert in.

Blogs
The Blog platforms like Wordpress and Bloggers allow you to create blog easily without knowledge of HTML or programming languages like PHP. Register a domain name in a website like GoDaddy, host your blog and start writing about your favorite topic or hobby. Register in a program like Google AdSense and insert their Ads in your blog. When people read your blog and click on the Ads, you will get paid by Google. You can also set ad space on your blog for sale to the prospective advertisers directly.

Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate Marketing is a lucrative way to earn money online. You sell other peoples products by writing articles and reviews about them. When people purchase the product after reading your article and clicking on the affiliate link, you will get a commission on the sale. List building works well in affiliate marketing. You should consider setting up a squeeze page to collect the email addresses of your potential buyers. This way you will follow-up with them from time to time to generate potential sales through email marketing.

Digital Product Sales
It’s easy nowadays to create a digital product which answers a desperate question (ex: How to lose weight) in the form of an eBook and sell your book through a website like ClickBank. Affiliate marketers will sell the book for you for a cut of the sales.

There are also numerous other ways like website flipping, selling physical products on Amazon and eBay using which you can make money online. Are you new in this 'make money online' world? Or you already started a website or blog to generate online revenue?

If you are new, you must be looking for a money making opportunity or an online business model. If you already started on the Internet with a revenue-generating site, you are looking to promote your site for maximum exposure to make the most out of the Internet.

A great web based service called WebeServe is going to help you out in the above situations. WebeServe isn't new on the Internet. It has been in business for a period of time. WebeServe is basically a freelance marketplace focusing only on the Internet marketing niche. People who need to outsource their Internet marketing works like article creation and distribution, forum marketing, link building, social media marketing, video marketing and many more can do so in WebeServe. As WebeServe specializes in only Internet marketing niche, they are able to provide quick and satisfying service to advertisers, marketers and web publishers.

3 comments:

RACNicole said...

Hi, this is Nicole from Rent a Coder. Rentacoder provides access to programming, writing, illustration, even data entry jobs. (You can get a sense of the broad scope of work available here: http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/SoftwareCoders/BrowseWork.asp).

I'd like to point out a few issues with using services like Elance, Freelancer (GetAFreelancer), and oDesk since those issues could influence your satisfaction and earnings.

Fees:

Workers on Elance cannot place more than 3 bids a month unless they pay a subscription fee ($9.95/month for 20, $19.94/month for 40 or $39.95/month for 60). The majority of sites do not charge subscription fees.

Odesk charges 10% for all types of projects versus 6.5-10% on Rent a Coder. So we let you keep more of your money and if you bring a repeat buyer from Odesk, you're guaranteed a cheaper 9% maximum rate (and perhaps lower - see http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/dotnet/Docs/FindersFeeComissionSchedule.aspx).

Rent a Coder does not have any subscription fees or any other types of hidden fees. Our project fees are as low as 6% and we guarantee all types of unlimited work.

Escrow/Guarantee of Payment:

With pay-for-time type projects, netiher Freelancer doesn't allow you to verify your time on pay-for-time projects by punching in and out of a real-time system, and conclusively prove to the buyer that you were working. As a result they do not guarantee payment, and if the buyer does not wish to pay you, you may end up with no money.

Rent a Coder allows you to verify your time spent on a project by punching in and out of a real-time card application which records your desktop and webcam. The end result is indisputable proof that you've worked and deserve payment.

In addition, oDesk does not require escrow for pay-for-deliverables projects. But Rent a Coder protects your money with escrowing on all job types.

Arbitration:

Elance charges $66.66 or $133.33 for each arbitration, which may make it too expensive to be a legitimate option on your project. In addition, a buyer intent on abusing the system can stall the start of arbitration on Elance for 21 business days and during this period your money is not available to you. You also won't find any detailed rules on how Elance arbitrators make their decisions.

Freelancer limits arbitration to projects with milestone payments of more than $30. And its mandatory pre-arbitration processes allow an abusive buyer to stall the start of arbitration (and prevent you from accessing your money) for weeks.

oDesk's limited arbitration could prevent you from getting rightfully paid for the work you do. And they won't test your work to make sure it meets contract requirements.

At Rentacoder, we offer arbitration on all projects free of charge and we test your deliverables to make sure they meet requirements so that you can get paid. We also prevent abusive buyers from stalling the start of arbitration. As a result, 45% of our arbitrations are completed under a day. 75% under a week. We additionally publicize the detailed rules of how our arbitrators make their decisions.

There are other differences as well. I invite everyone to compare the 7 major services through this link to learn even more: http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/DotNet/misc/CompetitorInformation/WhyRentACoder_ForSellers.aspx

If you have any questions, please let me know. You can also call in to talk to a facilitator 7 days a week, or email us (see http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/misc/Feedback.asp).

Nicole
www.rentacoder.com

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