Sunday, May 13, 2007

Adsense Chat

Love him or hate him, Joel Comm has made a ton of money off adsense and helped thousands others do the same. His book "The Adsense Code" is required reading for anyone learning how to maximise adsense revenue.

Just about every technique or question about adsense is discussed on Joel Comm's Adsense Chat forum. I've found it an invaluable resource and highly recommend it. Registration is free.

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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Free Bloggin Tips from Chitika

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Chitika invited 30 of the Web's top bloggers to give advice for blogging success and put the responses in this informative eBook. For those who don't know Chitika provides highly lucrative interactive "mini-mall" advertisements to websites.

Friday, May 11, 2007

AGLOCO - a dud in the making

It seems everyone is is hyping AGLOCO these days, touting how much money they are going to make off of it. If you already signed up, don't go making any plans to spend your fortune just yet.
AGLOCO will fizzle out faster than you can say dot com.

This site is really just a paid to surf scheme. This has been done many times before. Basically you put a viewbar on your page that lets AGLOCO monitor your surfing habits and present you with ads a computer determines that you will be interested in viewing. The user gets a small share of the ad revenue generated. I've never seen this amount to more than about $15 a month, even if you are on the web 12 hours a day.

AGLOCO promises to pay you a portion of the ad revenue everyone you have referred generates and then from their referrals and so on. John Chow says he has 14,000 people signed up in his network. Note that the viewbar is still in beta testing so at this point in time no one is making any money.

Here's the problem. No one looks on the Internet for ads. I'm certainly not putting spyware on my computer so I can earn a few bucks a month while being annoyed by advertisements. I believe that everyone is signing other people up but nobody will actually activate the viewbar when it is released.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Get Paid to Ask Questions

Ever wondered what the best way to get tomato stains off a white shirt? Why not ask readers at Not only will you get answers to your stain problem,you'll make a little money in the process.

FunAdvice is a Google Adsense revenue sharing site. After you register FunAdvice will display ads with under your adsense account on 40 percent of the page views to your questions. You probably won't get rich off of this, but spend thirty minutes writing good questions and you can make a few bucks a day.

I found that it takes a good day for the click throughs to start. I surmise this is how long it takes Google to index the question and responses and put the content correct ads on the page.

My best day on FunAdvice earned me $2.07. I've only posted about a dozen questions so that it isn't too bad a return on time. Asking questions based on popular keywords would probably up the number of clicks. Adding other users to your friends list will also increase traffic to your questions.

The one drawback to FunAdvice is that no promotional linking is allowed, so you can't drive people to your own blog.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

Get traffic with Mylot paid discussion forum

Mylot pays an average of 2-3 cents per post. You won't get rich doing it, but the real benefit is if you provide useful information people will follow the link to your site to see what else you have to say. Any online money making strategy should involve extensive you of discussion sites to promote your web or blog.

Saturday, May 5, 2007

Put an Amazon book store on your site. now lets you put a customized bookstore on your site. The Amazon Astore is truely amazing. You pick the books you want to display to your readers; you can build multiple category pages. Amazon even lets you choose the color scheme of your store so it matches your website or blog. Every book sold from your book store nets you 5-10 percent of the purchase price.

Joining the Amazon affilate program takes only minutes and can be done here.

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The Adsense Code

The AdSense Code: What Google Never Told You About Making Money with AdSense

We've all heard stories about those adsense gurus who make tens of thousands of dollars a month, so it's discouraging when our own websites are only pulling $15-$20 a month. Now Joel Comm, a true Google guru, shares some his secrets to making "honey we're going to Disneyland" money with adsense.

I have several websites and blogs and in the first one I started applying Comm's secrets to my click thru rate has gone up 26 percent the first week. I've learned how to blend my ads into the site so it appears more like content than ads, which Comm points out that we trained ourselves to ignore when looking at a website.

The only negative to this book is that Comm is trying to upsell more products to the reader. Despite the somewhat high price for a book that makes liberal use of white space, it is well worth the money.

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Make $10 today with Hits 4 Pay

Get $10 deposited into your account today when you sign up with Hits 4 Pay paid email service. Each email you read nets you two-cents and every email one of your referral reads gets you a penny. I've signed up 30 people by placing a free ad on craigslist. Your referrals' referrals also make you a penny.

On average my referrals read five emails a day; making me $1.50 a day. I have six third-level affilates. My goal is to eventually have 100 referrals.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

How to Make Money With Blogs

The Secret 4-Step Guide: Make Money Online Without A Website
by: Matt Rhodes

It is a common misconception that you must have a website in order to truly make money on the internet. Don't worry, it's not your fault - the "gurus" have tricked you into thinking that a website is required to make money, all while they laugh to the bank when you purchase web hosting and a domain through their affiliate links. It's time to separate yourself from the crowd and realize that you're being deceived.

If you want to establish yourself online, blogging is the way to do it. And, it's absolutely free. You can make $20, $50 or $100 every single day using a simple, free blog that takes less than half an hour to set up. But how do you make your money? It's a simple formula:

1.) Create your free blog and start posting about a topic you love. Baseball? Weight lifting? Hypnosis? Gardening? Virtually anything will do.

2.) Go to and click "marketplace". Find a product related to your topic (they have a very large variety of products for any audience) and create a free affiliate account with them.

3.) Add your affilate links to your blog and promote the product you chose. Talk about it's qualities, review it, how much it's helped you, and so on. People eat up stories.

4.) Get traffic to your blog by posting articles to article directories with a link back to your blog.

That's it - that's all you do to make money online. I can personally guarantee you that if you post to your blog everyday for the next 60 days and write one article to submit to a few article directories per week, you'll be making a bare minimum $20 per day with hardly effort. $20 per day for 10 to 15 minutes of work is a great trade-off, wouldn't you say?

The best part about this process is that you can repeat it, over and over. Imagine if you had 10 blogs and made the bare minimum of $20 per day with each blog. That means you'd be getting more than $200 per day, for about 2 1/2 hours of work. Compare that to a job - 8+ hours a day, for a measly couple thousand bucks every couple of weeks. It's bull.

It's time for you to make a decision. Are you going to sit around and continue to ponder how to make money online, or are you finally going to bite the bullet and going to get started? The choice is yours...

About The Author
Matt Rhodes is the Editor and Webmaster of Blogging Money Maker, a blog that reveals FREE articles, tips and tricks about how to make money blogging. Go to now to start your blogging empire!

Sunday, February 11, 2007

eWealth--Paid discussion group

eWealth is a treasure chest of online money making oppurtunties. It is a paid to post site, similar to myLot, that is dedicated to online money making oppurtunties. Writers share their experiences with programs that make money and dish on those that don't.

Posters get 1 point per post, and points can be redeemed for cash and prizes. For 1500 post, eWealth pays $200. The same number of post on myLot or other paid discussion sites might, if you were lucky, pay $50.

If you are looking for information on what makes money and what programs are just scams, eWealth is the place to be. Registration is free and you are never asked to buy anything.

Friday, February 9, 2007

Best Paid Survey Sites

The trouble with sites that advertise paid surveys is that they want you to pay them something. About 99.9 percent of survey sites are ripoffs. Who hasn't seen the "Win a 500 gift certificate from Wal-Mart" survey? Where you have to signup for endless offers and then at the end find you are required to buy something.

Real survey companies, ones that conduct actual market research do exist and do pay cash. You aren't likely to make tons of money off any one, but by signing up for several you can easily make between $25-$150 a month. At least that has been my experience. I've seen people claim to make a lot more than that.

Below are five companies that I have been doing surveyss with for several months. I have received a check or paypal deposit at least once from everyone, so I know they are legitimate.

Hint: To qualify for more surveys make sure you feel out all the profile questions and surveys after registering.

Survey Savvy
Generally has the highest paying surveys; I've been paid $20.00 for a survey that took about half an hour to fill out.

American Consumer Opinion
I do one or two surveys a week from ACP. They generally pay between $4-$10. The nice thing is they send check within two weeks of every survey completed. There is no minimum and you don't have to worry about PayPay.

Opinion Outpost
Another good survey sight. Pays up to $5 per survey. Cashing out requires a minimum of $50 but they have frequent surveys; A diligent survey taker can hit the minimum fairly quickly. Be sure and fill out all the personal information surveys. You don't get paid for them, but by establishing a completer profile you will dramatically increase the number of surveys you qualify for.

Survey Spot
Has daily online surveys with most paying between $2 and $5 along with a chance to win instant prizes and entries into a quarterly $25,000 drawing. Best of all, the minimum cashout is only $5.

No legitimate survey company will ever charge you for a membership to take surveys. If you see such an offer run away.

How to increase profits from paid survey sites.
The key to making more money from surveys is obviously to fill out more surveys. Taking surveys can be time consuming, upto 45 minutes in some cases. Try to establish an hour a day to "work" your survey job. I find early in the morning is best for me, before everyone else is awake.

Monday, February 5, 2007 We Have the Answer

SCAM ALERT We Have the Answer

Duno is a complete scam. You won't see a dime from this site.

Here is a copy of the email I received when registering: is a place to get answers to easy and complicated questions
and at the same time you can earn money answering questions.
Some of our members make a living answering questions.
Duno used to pay, or least promise to pay, for the top answer to every question. Now they hold a drawing for one payout a day which usually runs about $3.00. Not worth your time.

Sunday, February 4, 2007

Daytipper: Welcome to Daytipper

Daytipper: Welcome to Daytipper

This site pays $3.00 for short tips on how to do things. Topics they are looking for include, cooking, employment, family, pets, and just about anything else you can think of.

By short I mean really short, 500 charchters or less; That is about 100 words. The tips need to be useful and well written. according to statistics on their site, they reject a little over half of what they receive.

I wrote a short tip on how to get free paperback books and it was accepted.

Give it a try.

Saturday, February 3, 2007

January 2007 Web Income

January 2007 Web Income
Paid To Write
Associated Content $15.00
Helium $00.14
Squidoo $00.00

Paid Surveys
Survey Savvy $26.00
Survey Spot $ 3.00
Opinion Outpost $ 9.20
American Consumer Opinion $11.00

Paid Email
Send Earnings $25.82
Hits 4 Pay $10.67

Paid Discussions
My Lot $00.26

Adsense $00.18

Total $101.07

Not too bad for my first month. I didn't really get rolling on My Lot or Adsense until the last week of January. My February goal will be to double my earnings to at least $200.

Monday, January 29, 2007

Paid To Write at Associated Content

There are no shortages of websites offering to pay you to write. The bulk of these involve some sort of revenue sharing agreement. They host your articles on their site and split any advertising revenue--usually AdSense –the article generates with the author. Depending on how much traffic your article draws, you could wait years to make any significant amount of money. Associated Content (AC) pays cash upfront for your writing.

The best thing about AC is that if you only sell them nonexclusive rights to your material you are then free to post it on a revenue sharing site such as Xomba or even your website or blog. You can get some money upfront while you’re waiting for those AdSense bucks to start rolling in.

I’ve sold six articles to AC and made ok money off of them considering all but one were originally written for a college newspaper.

1. $15 Nonexclusive opinion piece “Who Put the Hate in Christianity For God’s Sake?”

2. $6 Exclusive article about job opportunities fighting forest fires for college students.

3. $6 Nonexclusive article on environmental campaign jobs for students.

4. $10 Nonexclusive article on Oregon health insurance plan for the poor.

5. $7.50 Exclusive article on Crabbing on the Oregon Coast.

6. $16 Exclusive article on starting a pet sitting business.

Although AC will buy most well written articles they maintain a list of subjects that are of particular interest to them. Local attractions and events seem to pay well. Article like “The 10 Most Romantic Things to do in Abilene” are always in demand.

When writing for AC, keep in mind that they are making their money off Google AdSense as well. What they pay is based on what type of traffic your article will draw. If you have a keyword heavy article about a popular search term like, oh say, making money online, you will probably make more than an article on why the red tail lizard rat of South America is facing extinction.

In addition to the written word AC recently began purchasing videos and audio clips, so now wanna be documentary filmmakers have a market.

Signing up to use AC is easy and straightforward. Go to www. and click the “Get Started” icon and fill in the form. When you’re article is ready to be published, use the “Publish” icon, which walks you through the process. Pictures can be uploaded with AC and help draw traffic. You’ll be asked for additional resources meaning websites, so you can link to any relevant sites as well as your own.

There is a minimal editorial period before AC pays you. Usually within a couple of business days you’ll receive a notice that your content is under review. I’ve found that I usually know how much AC is going to offer for my article ten days after submitting it. If you don’t like the offer you always have the option of declining it.

Under the “My Content” page you can check the status of all material you’ve submitted to AC at anytime.

After an author accepts an offer AC makes payment exclusively through PayPal. They don’t send out checks, so you will need to open a PayPal account if you don’t already have one.