Monday, 10 February 2014

Top Five Ways To Make Money Online With Integrity.

1. Teaching and Training

This is my number one way, and I been doing this for the last 5 years. This is something that almost every major University has been doing (taking their classes online) due to the huge success they saw from University of Phoenix which set the tone for online education. It’s easier now more than ever for companies and entrepreneurs to launch online schools, and my good friend Marie Forleo is a prime example with her mega success, B-School.

2. Offering a Service

Providing a service may be the easiest way to start is you don’t need any investment to get this going. My podcast editor Ian Robinson is helping podcast creators edit their shows to increase production value. There are many different ways to provide a service and it’s just about realizing where your talent lies and what solution you can provide for others.

3. Creating and Selling Products

If you have an expertise in ANYTHING then you can package it into a book, course, software, audio program, DVD, and so on. The best way to get the word out and sell these products is with webinars.

4. Membership Sites and Continuity Programs

Another champion that I have a lot of respect for in this arena is Ramit Sethi. He has an amazing continuity program (Ramit’s Brain Trust) and each month provides useful and specific information for his passionate community. The community thrives off of his wise direction and pay him monthly to continue getting access to the community and resources. The beauty of this model is you sell something once and get paid each month for it.

5. Affiliate Marketing

Nick Reese has done an incredible job of building websites, developing outstanding searchable content and selling other peoples products on his sites. He gets a commission on every sale or lead he sends to the company. So he never had to create his own product in order to build his business (he has since branched out into other areas that you can check out on his new site). Pat Flynn also does an amazing job at this and he actually shows how much he generates on a monthly basis from his affiliates here.

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Friday, 31 January 2014

Not ALL of those "make money online" schemes are scams...

1. Be your own eBay Quite a few people have become unhappy with eBay since it was discovered that they don’t pay all their UK corporation tax. Other people have more longstanding rifts with the website. Either because it looks a bit like homework or because they’ve received one low user-rating too many and have been blacklisted from the site after panic-bidding on ugly handbags and fake Ralph Lauren polo shirts and refusing to pay for their wares. Ahem. But with something as simple as a Paypal account and a Wordpress-based website, or even you can create your own shop and sidestep eBay’s issues. Also, Facebook has its very own Marketplace. If you’re happy enough to upload photos of your dog in a jumper or your opinions on Romeo Beckham’s teeth to the website, it’s reasonable that you should use it to make a bit of money out of whatever craft you’ve got – from postcards to jewellery to woolly hats you’ve attached a fun bobble to. If you’re looking for further tips on this, our very own Hipster Tipster has done us a little how-to of selling things both on and offline. 2. A freelancer website/agency There are loads of websites out there which promise to make you money for nothing. But on or you can offer up your services to companies who will pay you for one-off projects. A bit like a people eBay (but a bit less like homework) you have an account where companies can see how well you’ve done on previous projects, rate you on the ones they’ve commissioned you for and find out how much you expect to be paid. You can also upload your CV so that potential employers can come across it. Freelance writer Robbie Wojchiechowski uses PeoplePerHour, and says it’s “mainly based at coders/web designers/graphics people, but you always get a bit of copywriting work come up on it.” The only downside, Robbie says, is that it is quite competitive: “It feels like it faces freelancers against each other where, really, we should all be helping each other.” But we figure this is just a blip in what is otherwise a good resource. 3. Remote tutoring If you’ve bagged yourself enough qualifications to show that you’re literate, not too creepy and capable of explaining what you know and how you know it, you could easily qualify to become an online tutor. Using Skype for both the interview and then any subsequent tutoring sessions you’re booked in for, you probably do have to get out of your pyjamas to do the work, but you’re not obliged to leave the house to go to work. Gigs might be sporadic or ongoing, increasing around the time of coursework hand-in dates and exam periods for SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels. On the plus side, you can name your own price, and because it’s good for the students to have a steady tutor presence, it’s likely that tutors are taken on for longer stints of time and that – unless you do anything really bad – once taken on, you’ll be taken on for a good wodge of time/pay. ENTER YOUR EMAIL IN THE TOP CORNER TO START MAKING MONEY ONLINE TODAY!

Sunday, 26 January 2014

6 Legit Ways to Make Money From Home That You've Never Heard Of

These days more and more people are finding that they aren't limited to a single source of income. With all the unique money-making opportunities available, many people are finding that they can earn a few extra hundred dollars a month by thinking a little outside the box.
While all of the opportunities listed below are legitimate ways to make some money, it would probably be unrealistic to expect to make a full-time income from any of them individually.
So check them out and let us know in the comments which ones you like best and earn the most for you!
1. Get paid using your iPhone (or Android)
There seem to be many apps popping up that pay you to do simple tasks like taking a picture of a menu, or taking a picture of yourself drinking a Starbucks, or verifying that a road is closed -- you get the picture. Here are a few that I found:
  • Juno Wallet

  • Gigwalk

  • CheckPoints

  • WeReward
2. Complete jobs on
Zaarly is a website that connects those offering random services (like walking a dog, being a personal assistant for a day, giving guitar lessons, etc.) with buyers who are looking for those services. I would suggest checking out some of the ideas listed on the site and sign up and offer those services as they are in demand.
3. Teach English (or other language) classes online
Did you know that English speakers are in high demand in Asia? As a result many are turning to freelance English teachers using websites like The site is basically a virtual online classroom for freelance teachers and students. Anyone can offer lessons (and set their own price), and anyone can take lessons. From a quick scan, it looks like making $15 to 20/hour is a fair expectation.
4. Make money by viewing ads on your Android lock screen
I've been trying out this Android app called Locket that puts ads on your lock screen and pays you for each time you unlock your phone.
I've been using it for a few days now and have made about 3 bucks thus far, so it isn't huge, but at the same time, I didn't really have to do any work to earn the money.
If you are interested in seeing how it works, here is a quick video review that you can watch for more info.
5. Sell your service at Fiverr
Fiverr is a website that allows you to sell your service for $5. There are all kinds of crazy things people are offering and getting paid for on there -- like taking a picture holding a sign, recording two sentences in an Irish accent, recording a video singing a certain song, and even prank calling a friend all for $5. So if you have a little creativity, there are some fun ways to make some money on the side.
6. Rent out your car for $10+ an hour
I just recently heard about, which allows you to either rent or lend your car to others -- and get paid in the process. If you live in a big city, this could be pretty profitable.
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Friday, 17 January 2014

Making money from WeChat Nice little earner

IT IS hard to make money peddling social media anywhere. During their first few years in business, Facebook and Twitter lost pots of money. Yet somehow Tencent, an innovative Chinese firm that released the WeChat app in 2011, seems to have cracked the code. Alicia Yap of Barclays, an investment bank, forecasts that WeChat will earn some 6.8 billion yuan ($1.1 billion) this year and 9.6 billion yuan next year. The reasons for optimism include clever integration of the app with other money-making services and spectacular growth in users at home and, unusually for a Chinese app, abroad.
WeChat started off as a messaging service, similar to America’s WhatsApp, but it has grown rapidly into much more. In recent months, Tencent has integrated online-payment functions into it. Customers can do their banking through it and a wealth-management service has just been launched. It is also promoting e-commerce: during a recent sale held exclusively on WeChat, Xiaomi, China’s hottest smartphone-maker, is said to have sold 150,000 of its latest model in under ten minutes.
Tencent says that WeChat has 270m active users, including tens of millions overseas. Their number and enthusiasm matters a lot to marketers. At the moment, Tencent allows companies to send occasional, targeted messages to some users without charge. Mark Natkin of Marbridge, a consultancy, says that in future it might ask for a fee.Most internet companies that make money do so by selling online ads, but Tencent makes most of its money selling customers virtual goods (like gaming avatars, online stickers and other icons). About 85% of the money Tencent will make this year from the app will come from gaming.
The biggest unknown about WeChat is whether the app can become a global blockbuster like Twitter or Facebook (both of which are blocked in China). Mr Natkin points out that the app will lose one of its most attractive features outside the country. WeChat usage exploded in part because it seamlessly integrates a user’s address book from Tencent’s QQ, an old-fashioned instant-messaging service that has over 800m registered users (though few outside China).
WeChat is already used in South-East Asia, Russia and India. The app is available in the Japanese and Korean languages, but strong local rivals already exist in those markets. America and Europe will be harder to crack. To succeed there, it must not only beat WhatsApp and other rivals. It must also persuade consumers living in free societies to use a social network actively monitored by an authoritarian regime.

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Legit sites to make money online

Hi, there are many ways to make money onlineMaking money online can seem so easy, just sitting at home in front of the computer. There are many sites out there that claim they are legit but aren't. Here are some legit sites that I use : 

CASHCREATE : Cashcreate is one of my favorites. You complete offers and when you balance reaches at least $20 they send you a check! I have made bout $300 from this site. Here is the link to it :

SLICETHEPIE : Slice the pie is my FAVORITE one!! I love this site. You earn money just for reviewing music. Its really easy. I love this site. You get paid through paypal. Heres the link : .

Advertise effectively and cheaply here!

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Here's how to make money in 2014: Our guide to saving and earning

Join a credit union. These are great institutions, which not only offer decent savings rates and good service but help the local community as well. They are essentially nonprofit banks operating solely for people in the area.
They are a great alternative to payday loans as they do small loans at reasonable rates, which the high-street banks generally won’t. They also help you budget if you need it. Find your local one at
Go on to the online auction sites to find cheap iPhones, Kindles, XBoxes and other cool gadgets. When people acquire new gizmos for Christmas they put their old ones up for sale so you can get great rates if you don’t mind second-hand items.
If you would like to spend next Christmas in the sun act now. And January is a good time to book for other events later in the year that get full up closer to the time. Fancy a trip to Christmas markets in Lapland in November? Book now. 
Even if you’re staying in the UK for next Christmas, start saving now for the festive season. Set up a savings account with the Post Office or a credit union and put a regular sum in every month to give you a head start when it comes to spending at the end of the year.

There are lots of deals on winter holidays now if you’re able to leave in February or March. Try for good last-minute package deals. Also Thomas Cook does amazing deals on long holidays such as 42 nights in Tunisia from £698.84 per person.
If you don’t need to be in the UK for a few weeks it can actually be cheaper to stay abroad for a while with one of these deals.
Get into Lent. Even if you’re not religious, giving up one or more of your vices, at least for a month, is a good discipline and can save you money. Pick something that provides you with several benefits at once such as giving up booze.
Obtain as much as you can for free. You’re probably still smarting from the Christmas and January bills but you don’t have to do without fun this month. There are always free events going on in which you can take part.
Look at what your council is offering this month by checking out listings on its website or visit free?
Put more money into your pension before the end of the tax year. The amount you can pay in goes down next month from up to £50,000 a year to £40,000, so if you have a lot of extra cash to invest make the most of the higher limit.
Now that the Government has introduced automatic enrolment you should be able to have a company pension if you earn over a certain amount.
Check that you have paid enough national insurance contributions (NICs) to qualify for the full State pension when you retire. Go to and use the state pension calculator.
DIY stores have sales at Easter so check the websites [ALAMY - PIC POSED BY MODELS]
Set up a standing order on April 6 to transfer money into a new ISA every month. The 2014-15 limit increases this month to £11,880 and half of this amount, £5,940, can be saved into a cash ISA.
If you put money in these now at the beginning of the tax year you will have the full 12 months for your money to grow.
Easter Monday is on April 21 this year and the extended Easter bank holiday weekend is traditionally the time when DIY stores such as B&Q, Homebase and Wickes often discount products to attract those who are doing up their house.
Check online before the weekend to see what bargains you can pick up.
Book your flights for the school holidays now. Travel search site says the best deals can be found by booking 59 days ahead of when you want to travel. So now is the best time to book for the July and August break.
The site also found that Tuesdays are the cheapest day to fly, with early mornings being the cheapest time of the day.
Look at your hobbies and interests for money-making opportunities. If you have a garden and a greenhouse you could make money propagating seedlings and selling them at car boot sales.
If you have time on your hands join a house-sitting agency to make money and save on your heating bills.

Make sure your heating and plumbing is sorted for the winter while plumbers are chasing work and boiler companies have lots of offers.
Summer is the cheapest time to get your boiler fixed or replaced, put in insulation and generally get the house ready for winter.
Companies such as British Gas and nPower often have big discounts on boiler installation at this time so get them to quote you their best price then compare that with plumbers in your area to find the cheapest deal.
If you’re going away book airport parking before you get to the airport.
Go to or and you can compare multiple car park services and their rates at once.
For example, if you’re departing from Stansted you could save as much as £157.50 for a fortnight’s parking simply by pre-booking.
If you think you can’t afford to go away look into house swapping. It’s a much cheaper option, particularly for families, as you have to pay only for your travel and food while you are away. Check out and for possible options.
Take a pre-paid currency card with you when you go abroad. It’s a safer and, often, cheaper way to pay for things when you are away. With the currency card from FairFx, for example, the rates of exchange are generally much better than you get at high-street currency shops.
Switch your gas and electricity. The utility companies tend to put prices up at the start of autumn so fix yours now to avoid the rise.
Find the kilowatthours you have used in the last year (it will be on your bills) and put that figure into one or two comparison sites to see which company will offer you a better price.
Try sites such as and to compare prices.
Now is the time to contact the Post Office for casual work over Christmas (opportunities will be booked up very fast so the earlier you get in the better). Contact the department stores in your area to find out about seasonal work over Christmas and the New Year sales.
It is also a good time to get a deal on a second-hand car. There are more used vehicles on sale in September as people trade them in when the new registration plates are issued. You will be able to haggle harder as there is more competition for sellers.
Keep an eye out for digital camera bargains in autumn as retailers sell off end-of-line ones to make way for the new Christmas models arriving. Book your train and coach tickets for holidays this month. For coach travel book with where advance tickets can cost as little as £1.
Grab some free chocolate. This month National Chocolate Week will be happening around the country and there will be free tastings (as well as some paid-for events). Find out where you can go for free sweet treats at
Apply now for a 0 per cent on balance transfers credit card deal so that you can get it in time for January – when you may have a nasty Christmas credit card bill to pay.
Make a will. This is Will Aid month where solicitors and will writers around the country donate their fee to charity any time they write a will for someone. Around one in three Brits dies intestate (without a will) which can cause a lot of stress, acrimony and unnecessary tax payments for those left behind.
So if you don’t have a will – and particularly if you are a parent without a will – do it now and give the money to charity. Go to for a list of professionals will writers in your area.
Don’t buy a dog for Christmas – join instead. 
The site matches up dog owners with people in their area who want to have a dog to look after only every now and then.
This is a good time to switch your broadband deal as the providers like Sky, BT, Virgin etc vie with each other to grab customers and tend to offer attractive package deals including TV, phone and wifi. 
Book cheap tickets for West End shows for January and the first half of February when launches its bargain offers (usually from mid-December).


Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Wealth in a Box Review - Is This Jamie Lewis Make Money Online SCAM?

Orcutt, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/13/2014 -- Can people make money online with Wealth in a box? If they can follow instructions and really keep an open mind, they can make money with Wealth in a box. So much is included with this system that some People get overwhelmed. Keep in mind that people do not have to watch every video that is included the minute they open the box, but it is a good plan to see them all to gain good results. Find some time to for yourself before starting this program; somewhere people can have total concentration, without screaming kids or interrupting phone calls.

Click Here To Get Instant Access To Wealth In A Box Program

The program claims to be the fastest, laziest way to make money online. When people use this program, they will not feel like they were lazy and they will not necessarily think it was fast. After all, anything fast for lazy People is way too good to be true, right? But all programs have to use language like that in order to get people to buy. It is a shame because this program is inclusive of everything people need to start making money online, exaggerated claims need to be used. When a person study this program, he will absorb much needed information about making money online, he will not get it in minutes or even hours, he will need to do a little work. This program is good for People that want to put in the effort to make money, not People that want the get rich quick plan.

With Wealth in a box, a person does not need a website or a blog. he do not need experience, in fact, if he have no experience making money online it might help him to keep a clear open mind. If he is experienced making money online, try to forget all his failures and try the techniques that he will learn with this program and see why he failed before.


Wealth in a Box from Jamie Lewis is a complete Internet marketing guide for any affiliate. It contains all the significant information related to online business that can fetch a person thousands of dollars. It’s not scam.


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Making some extra money online with micro jobs

It seems that everyone can use some extra money online this time of year. Whether you are buying gifts for loved ones, spending more time eating out with friends or even just travelling, the costs can add up pretty quickly. Wouldn't it be nice to make a few extra dollars with your built-in talents?
Some people with "built-in" talents make extra money by getting gigs. Sometimes these gigs are spontaneous ones - I'm sure you have seen musicians playing on the street and getting donations from people that pass by. Others get "gigs" by setting up entire businesses and getting orders that way, but that takes a lot of effort.
Maybe you think you aren't talented enough to get a gig - whatever that might mean. You would be surprised. What's your hidden talent? Are you double-jointed and can turn your knuckles inside out? Or something else nobody else has heard of, but might be interested in.
The website allows ordinary everyday people like you and I to sell services for five bucks to others. The type of service (as long as it is not crude or illegal) varies greatly and can be quite useful. For example, would you like to get a custom and personalized rap song made for any occasion? With a video too? It all starts at only five bucks.
Are you starting a new business and need a business card designed? How about five bucks for that. Need some human translation between Chinese and English? Get 300 English words done for five dollars. Want someone to create a news story for you that looks like an actual television broadcast? Surprisingly, that's only five dollars too. and websites like it offer what are commonly being referred to as micro jobs. It could be something practical like writing or translation services or something silly. I've seen people offer to write someone's name on their cheek and take a photo and send it back. How about getting a personalized caricature created or yourself, a friend, or even your pets? It's hard to beat that at five bucks.
Buying the services is as simple as making the request, providing the necessary files if applicable (such as photos) and providing a credit card number. Once you receive the completed job, you agree that it is to your satisfaction that it is and the worker gets paid. If you are the worker, for each five-dollar job you do, you get paid four dollars (the other dollar goes to the website to cover credit card fees and website overhead) and you only get paid when the buyer agrees that the work was finished to his or her satisfaction.
The range of services offered is incredible and your mileage may vary when it comes to value but one thing is for sure - five bucks isn't too much to gamble on something interesting and unique and if you are looking to make some extra cash, this could be the way to go.
Of course, isn't the only game in town. In fact, shares the top 20 sites that are like fiverr (starting, believe it or not, with Their tag line is "What are you willing to do for $4?". It's an interesting question. So readers, what are you willing to do for $4?
Obviously, today's technology has opened up an entirely new mechanism for this type of work and was something that just was not plausible before. With access to the entire Internet, the volume could work out for certain tasks and I'm thinking about trying out some of my hidden talents to make some extra money. I'm going to offer a picture of myself with my lips turned inside out and any name you want written on my forehead. I'll provide a picture for five dollars. Okay, maybe I won't but I have the feeling we are going to be discovering a whole lot of talents that perhaps should be kept under wraps. Some of these micro jobs might not seem practical, but they sure are entertaining.

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Making Money With Bubblews

Do you want to make money online but tired of scam websites??
Then you are the right place.
Today when you are reading this post, millions of people all over the world are pocketing millions of dollars daily by working online, then why are you sitting idle? Don’t you want to take your share from this multi-billion Internet Industry?
If you have a computer and an Internet connection, then you are giving away hundreds of dollars to other people by sitting idle.
Making money online is not as much difficult as you think. If you have basic knowledge of English language, you can make money online very easily. Just keep visiting this blog and here I’ll tell you more than one thousand ways to earn money online. You can remember this blog by Bookmarking it (Press “Control + D” and hit “Done”) on your keyboard.
There are many websites where you can make money online but today I am going to tell you about a wonderful website which is the “Highest Paying Website” on the internet.
Bubblews is a revenue sharing website which gives you 50/50 share of your earning.
Let’s analyze this website.

How it works?

It’s very simple.
Just Sign Up and start posting on the website. Your post should consist minimum 400 characters (please note 400 “characters” not “words”. An alphabetic letter is a character).You can add ten post daily on Bubblews. Connect to other people on the website and they will connect you can back (though you should not ask them to connect you back, it’s against rules).The more connections you have on your profile the more views you will get on your posts. You can LIKE, DISLIKE and comment on other people’s websites.
You can see this screenshot to assess this system.

How it Pays?

Bubblews believes in “Pay per View” system. You will have a counter on your profile which will tell you how many views you have got. Bubblews will pay you one cent (0.1$ per view).It means 100 views will make 1$ for you.(Isn’t awesome ?) LIKES.DISLIKES and comments by other people will also add money to your account.(Perhaps, one LIKE,DISLIKE or Comment adds 0.2$ to your account).

Does it give any bonus?

Yes Bubblews will give you a bonus of 1$ after Sign Up.

What is Minimum Payout?

Minimum Payout on Bubblews is 50$.

How to Payout?

When you reach 50$ in your account, you can hit withdraw your earning by hitting “Green Redemption Button”. After redemption, all your views and balance will turn to zero.

What are Payment Methods?

You can get your payments in your PayPal account or you get a direct check to your home.

What to avoid?

Never Ever try to post plagiarized or stolen content on Bubblews. Bubblews has very strict policy against plagiarism. It can lead you to the termination of your account.

Is Bubblews Legit?

The site is 100% legit. If you follow all the rules and regulations, you will get your reward without any problem.

Monday, 13 January 2014

Make Money Online with Clickbank

Clickbank is an affiliate site that allows you to promote a bunch of products and get commission on every sale. You can promote recipe books , game guides , weight loss products or a bunch of other things. There is a market place where you pick a product , press promote and you get an affiliate link.

You can promote your link everywhere , from social media sites , to your own blog or you can advertise it if you have some money. You can't promote affiliate links directly through Google Adwords but you can build a Wordpress site or buy a domain and advertise that. Clickbank works best if you have the money to build a site and host it but you can get by with a free blog from Wordpress or Blogger too.

I use Clickbank and I made 25$ until now but the fact is I didn't promote my stuff and I didn't spend time on it. I just wrote a quick review on my blogger account , added the link and let it there. 

You can redeem your money after 5 sales for new accounts , after 5 sales you can redeem your money whenever you like , of course if you have a minimum of 10$.

If you want to find out more about Clickbank , search for it on Google. 

Also remember this is not a get rich quick scheme , this site requires actual work put towards it to generate profit but I think you can use your profits made here and try to build a site that will generate passive income.


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