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Any ideas on how to make money online?
08-03-2017, 05:07 AM #1
dclements Member
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I know I probably sound stupid to even ask this but I'm wondering if anyone here has heard of any good ideas on how to make money online or perhaps otherwise?

I know back between 1999-2001 people sometimes got paid to "surf the web" in which some individuals(sort of unscrupulously) set up machines to trick the software o make it look like they were surfing when they were not and awhile back my brother (who is a Unix administrator) knew some friends who made money off of bit coins but for some reason things didn't work out when he tried to get in as well, although he was out of a job and kind o broke at the time as well. I have some experience with creating web sites/HTML so I'm not afraid of some of the basics of what it takes with creating and/or managing a simple website although I know that creating/non-automate site isn't as simple as some people think it is.I'm even willing to create/manage an adult site as long as it isn't one of the weirder types out there.

I'm just hoping to hear what you guys have to say and bounce some ideas off ya. coffeetime.gif
08-03-2017, 06:08 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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It's 6 am and I haven't had coffee yet. Nothing's going on in my head just yet...
08-03-2017, 06:09 AM #3
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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If all else fails, try consulting online.
08-03-2017, 02:13 PM #4
Accidental Stoner Member
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I knew a guy, soft spoken, polite and nice,
who made huge amounts for a coupla years
playing pro level poker online.

BMW, hi-tech mansion, good looking wife.

Then he lost everything and died.

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08-03-2017, 02:29 PM #5
Strigoi Member
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Un Strigoi printre noi
08-03-2017, 02:33 PM #6
Accidental Stoner Member
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Well...may he R.I.P.

He made an album as a hobby project
out of sheer love of music. He paid me
handsomely for som lyrical help & advice
and a few vocal tracks.

But his joi de vivre soon dissipated into
horrific tragedy. sad2.gif

Oh gods - the less I own, the better I feel :)
Managing to keep a free floor space in a
very small home cheers.gif
08-03-2017, 08:11 PM #7
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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That's extremely crazy.

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08-05-2017, 12:50 AM #8
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(08-03-2017, 05:07 AM)dclements Wrote:  I know I probably sound stupid to even ask this but I'm wondering if anyone here has heard of any good ideas on how to make money online or perhaps otherwise?

I know back between 1999-2001 people sometimes got paid to "surf the web" in which some individuals(sort of unscrupulously) set up machines to trick the software o make it look like they were surfing when they were not and awhile back my brother (who is a Unix administrator)  knew some friends who made money off of bit coins but for some reason things didn't work out when he tried to get in as well, although he was out of a job and kind o broke at the time as well. I have some experience with creating web sites/HTML so I'm not afraid of some of the basics of what it takes with creating and/or managing a simple website although I know that creating/non-automate site isn't as simple as some people think it is.I'm even willing to create/manage an adult site as long as it isn't one of the weirder types out there.

I'm just hoping to hear what you guys have to say and bounce some ideas off ya.  coffeetime.gif

There are so many ways to make money online with legitimate businesses that, if you tried, you could hire 50 people to manage it all, yet they still wouldn't get all their work done.

Here are a few:

1- Administer a daily blog using curated popular content along with adwords (or other advertising suppliers) and/or affiliate links alongside. The advertisers will run targeted and retargeted ads based on the surfing habits of each visitor. Set up a Facebook page on the topic and then include links to curated material you post on your blog.

2- Give away free desirable reports, say on travel maybe you've written that contain your affiliate links in return for the person subscribing to your newsletter. Use the newsletter to update your list about your blog (see #1 above) where you post more articles about travel with great photos from curated articles and great topics. Your affiliate links in your emails could then be to places like Priceline or any of the others that have affiliate programs.

3- Run free drawings advertised on Facebook, or your blog is even better, for the hottest smart phones or the a great vacation. Include the ability for them to increase their chances of winning by getting their friends to sign up, too. There are software programs for this. When they sign up, the exit page takes them to a bonus article with the top travel photos of the year or something like that. The same exit page has an affiliate link for something travel related. It could be a CPA offer where you get paid a few bucks if the person fill out a request form. That money pays for your free gift you're giving away. Make sure the gift you are giving away is highly desirable and premium so that the wow factor kicks in. Now you have a growing mailing list that cost you nothing.

Probably 97% of all those who try to set up an online business never make a dime. The first three prerequisites to making money online is believing in yourself, getting focused, and taking action. Leave any of those three out and you'll likely earn zero.

Pray for me. hug.gif
08-05-2017, 07:57 AM #9
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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Man , are you kidding me ?

Ya'all is leaving the Ghetto out .

ain't a Pimp , Bootlegger , drug dealer in any Ghetto , that didn't rise to the top in his Hood .

Ya gotta think ghetto man .

what's a ghetto need ?
well ,,

it needs to be rolling on 20's man
get some thieves to swipe some , put em on Craigslist

it needs LOUD ass thumping amps

same gig man

needs Nugs

hit up a Grower , get it to the Hood

The Ho's gots to have Rubbers man , set up on Ho row a small street stand and pimp dem Rubbers

what's wrong with you people ?

Ribs and Fried Chicken on any corner , make sure you have a drive through for the lazy bitches

and you're gonna make skads of cash quick .

sheeeee-it Man , ain't yo got no bisnis brains ?
08-05-2017, 08:21 AM #10
Ninelives Singing In The Rain
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08-05-2017, 11:03 AM #11
Strigoi Member
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I have some friends here that might be interested in this, ty Ninelives cheers.gif

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08-05-2017, 11:44 AM #12
Ninelives Singing In The Rain
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Your welcome Strigoi

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08-06-2017, 08:31 AM #13
Fatima Incognito Anonymous
 
(08-03-2017, 05:07 AM)dclements Wrote:  I know I probably sound stupid to even ask this but I'm wondering if anyone here has heard of any good ideas on how to make money online or perhaps otherwise?

I know back between 1999-2001 people sometimes got paid to "surf the web" in which some individuals(sort of unscrupulously) set up machines to trick the software o make it look like they were surfing when they were not and awhile back my brother (who is a Unix administrator)  knew some friends who made money off of bit coins but for some reason things didn't work out when he tried to get in as well, although he was out of a job and kind o broke at the time as well. I have some experience with creating web sites/HTML so I'm not afraid of some of the basics of what it takes with creating and/or managing a simple website although I know that creating/non-automate site isn't as simple as some people think it is.I'm even willing to create/manage an adult site as long as it isn't one of the weirder types out there.

I'm just hoping to hear what you guys have to say and bounce some ideas off ya.  coffeetime.gif
I honest don't mind sharing my wealthy secret with you because you are the only friends I have in the whole universe
Everybody else look at me strange because of my appearance and never look at my brains .
I don't know how many people in your village but if not enough you can always expand to all the next villages until you arrive at the first largest city in your province of prefecture.
I have contact in China and they make me a alternative ergonomic designed coffins and only cost me 300yuans and I sell here to the funeral homes for $999 including sale tax.
In my city and villages 69 people average death every DAY!!! But average I sell 1 or 2 coffins a day
I get China to ship and send direct to funeral parlours and I bank profit for just make orders and pay Western Union
My coffin very comfortable and make in shiny metallic colours pink for lady and black silver and blue and maroon for guys
Especially for bikeys and petrol heads
Let me know if you need more advise details and I hope your village is not near my village for competition
08-06-2017, 09:08 AM #14
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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chuckle.gif Wow.

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08-06-2017, 09:14 AM #15
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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I was almost afraid to read the first reply to Fatima .

Ok Fatima , I'm so damn near dead , I should have ordered my damn Coffin a week ago .

But , I'm pretty sure that I'll be fed to the Hogs , so I won't be needing one

But great Idea ya got there , a Coffin is something every body needs eventually .
so you'll never run out of customers that's for sure .
Thank you



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