Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
pretentious wrote:I make $432.68 a DAY!! I work from home and i'm a single mom struggling in this precarious economy, thankfully i tried this new money making idea. I want to share this money making idea with everyone because if everyone is doing it, everyone will make up to $432.68 a day and the economy will get back on its feet in no time. this money making idea requires no skill, only an internet connection and some spare time!!! i've got so much cash ans spare time i'm going to try and invent a simple old, weird tip to loose fate and look 20 years younger.
in all seriousness, i'm curious too
filosfer wrote:hey guys, i heard there lots of activities online for money, like torrent uploading, or videos uploading .. and publication etc ... but dont know where to start these .. please tell me where i can start some online job,, also give me some links .. if you know some sites .. thanks
acevic wrote:filosfer wrote:hey guys, i heard there lots of activities online for money, like torrent uploading, or videos uploading .. and publication etc ... but dont know where to start these .. please tell me where i can start some online job,, also give me some links .. if you know some sites .. thanks
Making money is not easy be it online or offline. PERIOD.
Avoid affiliate programs, "Get paid to click" programs and uploading programs, they tend to be fraudulent most of the time. Having said that, I would suggest the best way to make money initially. Acquire a skill such as coding or design or even writing articles, get on one of the hundreds of freelancer sites out there and start working. I would recommend Odesk, Elance and Guru as I feel these are the most secure websites to get work on (Payment guaranteed). Start learning, work hard and start earning. Good luck!
goluhaque wrote:Add vWorker. And scriptlance. Worked at both of these places. Esp at vWorker. Many employers are foolish to pay more than the normal. I got 600$ for setting up a bi-lingual Joomla site. @OP: You could also try for lower-end jobs, esp when you are starting.There are some jobs which give you like 5$ for removing whitespaces from a HTML page. Yeah, 5$. Or mebbe I was lucky.
Anyway, avevic's right. Earning money is never generally easy. The competition in freelancing is HUGE. You gotta build up your rep, your ratings, get some kind of portfolio etc. for the bigger jobs. Takes a lot of time and you have to be ready to respond at the employer's response. Difference in time-zones sucks BIG time. Have multiple jobs(freelanced ones) at the same time? Sucks all the more. Be ready for lesser than 5 hour sleep-hours, esp if you are still in school/college.
acevic wrote:golahaque, thank you for pointing out a major problem I forgot to address. Odesk, E-lance and Guru are highly competitive areas, now getting very difficult for beginners to enter. Build a portfolio on sites with lower popularity and then refer to that when you move to higher competition such as Odesk. I still recommend the above three sites since they are the most secure in terms of payment guarantee. I am looking into vWorker and Scriptlance...looks okay to me, will test it sometime.
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