600 monthly?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Juggalomike, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. Juggalomike

    Juggalomike New Member

    Hello all, i had recently signed up fir Ispeedway to make simply 600 a month, just need some money for while im going to school, anyways, thanks to this site i realize it was a scam before it was to late and took care of the problem. Now im wondering are there any ways to make money online steady for about $600 a month? I realize ebay is an option but i dont know of any suppliers that i could get items for wholesale and most of the wholesale items on ebay are ripoffs. Any advice is appreciated. I have some knowledge about computers(just built my last one with watercooling).

    Also if this is the wrong forum im sorry, seemed like the best choice to me.
  2. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    Hi Juggalomike,

    First of all, welcome to the forum. [​IMG]

    $600 per month is not a lot to ask for working online. Nevertheless, it may take you several months to build up to that point. Are you able to put a bit of time into it and wait for the returns? If not, you may be better off getting a part time job to tide you over.

    If you can come up with $299 for a year of webhosting and sitebuilding tools and training, I would suggest you build yourself an affiliate marketing site. If you are that interested in computers and really enjoy the aspect of putting them together, etc., you could probably use that knowledge to make money.

    Basically, you could build a web site all about how to put together your own computer. If you fill your site with really helpful information that people who want to build computers are looking for, you can then make money by referring them to affiliates for the parts they need, etc.

    You can also earn income from Google Adsense and perhaps even other methods. This way, you won't have to worry about dropshipping or handling product yourself. You will simply earn commissions from sales from your affiliates.

    That's just one idea for you. You can actually build a site about almost anything. Of course, you will want to make sure there is a demand for your information. There are tools that will crunch the numbers for you and help you make a decision. (They are included in the price I mentioned earlier).

    Anyway, that is what I do, and I quite enjoy it. Hope that helps you a bit. [​IMG]
  3. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Quoting: JuggalomikeAny advice is appreciated. I have some knowledge about computers(just built my last one with watercooling).

    Wow! I haven't even figured out how to text message on my cell phone - LOL

    My advice is to do your full research on anything you look at - happywife helped me with building my website and she is an awesome mentor!

    I am loving it and she is right - it will take some time, but once the work is done, it could pay you for a long time to come...

    If you are looking at any specific home businesses , I would encourage you to hop onto any conference calls they have, or try to connect with them with questions you may have.

    You will discover most folks will gladly help you understand whatever they are doing as a home business..

    A lot of us have our businesses in our sig lines...

    Hope this helps a little!


  4. Marktech

    Marktech Member


    You might try tradekey.com if you want to buy products cheap and in bulk. I just registered with them but don't have a company yet. I'm not sure, but I don't think it's too hard to create a company - I think you just have to register a business name and pay a small fee. I know of someone who made money on Ebay just by buying nails in bulk and re-selling them on Ebay in smaller units. Good Luck!
  5. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    You can work as a freelancer
  6. jerzstyle00

    jerzstyle00 New Member

    I think there's great opportunities out there it's just you have to do your homework and decide which is legit or not
  7. wealthymarket

    wealthymarket New Member

    Nice. Watercooling? Wow...I know a lot about computers, but I must have finally lost my up-to-speed on the new stuff. I'm impressed. :-D

    As someone who just finished schooling a few years ago and can appreciate the serious lack of available funds to begin working with something, I would recommend starting with something cheap. Don't spend even 100 bucks on something that you aren't sure is going to work well for you. I honestly prefer to work with cheap programs that anybody can afford, and then use those commissions to get into more expensive and better paying businesses.

    As for computer work, is software or hardware your major specialty? Doing any programming, or are you more about physically putting the stuff together? Just wondering there, mainly. [​IMG] I used to help out students with computer problems in college...it's actually how I met my wife. heh
  8. biggles

    biggles New Member

    Definately build your own website with affiliate links, google adsense etc. I am no tecchy myself, I use XsitePro - great software which automates most of the sitebuilding process for you.
  9. aplina

    aplina New Member

    what do you want to sell on ebay. it ould be easy to point what dropship is good
  10. dollar990

    dollar990 New Member

    You also may try the so called "get rich quick" programs, although I would gues most of them are scams. Below are some that I found to be legal and profitable:

    docsmoney (this resolves around gambling, but it worked for me)

    The first 2 require you to pay an investment, the last one resolves around gambling. Check them out and see if they work for you [​IMG].

    PS. I've been using passport to wealth for a while now and it does make a lot of cash, but unlike what the ads say about this business, its not that easy to use. I didn't know much about marketing, so I began making money a month after I started.
  11. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Give internet marketing a try...although it does take some hard work, and realize that not everyone "makes it", and you are not going to make money overnight. However, the rewards are excellent, and outweigh the risks.
  12. Homeboy

    Homeboy New Member

    I wouldn't recommend ebay. The competition is so stiff these days, unless you can come up with a product that nobody has thought of yet (unlikely). It would probably be more trouble for you than it's worth.

    If you want easy money, do this.

    Go to clickbank (sign up, it's free).
    Browse their marketplace for an ebook you like.
    Get an affiliate link for it.
    Write an article / review about the ebook.
    Include your affiliate link in the article.
    Submit the article to lots of free article directories (google it).
    Rinse and repeat.

    It's called bum marketing and it's one of the easiest ways for newbies to make money online. Give it a try.

    Also (I'm not sure if this is legal, but I feel it's relevant), please check out my sig for an excellent source of passive income that constitutes a large portion of my own online income every month. It's one of the best ideas I've ever come across in Internet Marketing and it's extremely easy to do.

    Good luck. [​IMG]
  13. kyrash

    kyrash New Member

    @ Homeboy

    That system is a great system and sure works. I actually use that system with good results and to make it better i use article submitting software to make the job lighter. But you dont have to run off to go buy one if you are not so bouyant at the moment. remember slow and steady will get you there. Good luck
  14. dmitch31

    dmitch31 New Member

    Quoting: HomeboyAlso (I'm not sure if this is legal, but I feel it's relevant), please check out my sig for an excellent source of passive income that constitutes a large portion of my own online income every month. It's one of the best ideas I've ever come across in Internet Marketing and it's extremely easy to do.

    LOL, I looked at your link and fell for the "Magic Button" thing! I downloaded the guide though. I'll plan on reading it in the morning. Time for bed now...
  15. MedTranHome

    MedTranHome New Member

    You can do transcription at home if you have a good grasp of the English language, grammar, punctuation, etc. There are many general transcription companies that hire newbies. Some general transcriptionists that I know make anywhere from $12 to $25 per hour.

    I do medical transcription, which requires training.
  16. SueWalsh623

    SueWalsh623 New Member

    There is really no such thing as easy money..or at least no ethical/legal ways to come by it. Making money with a home based business or work at home opportunity takes work, discipline, and patience-and yes, it's all worth it! I make $600 many times over each month now-but it took about a year to do it.
  17. yasser

    yasser New Member

    you need to work hard to make money at home, but the best thing about working at home is that the working hour pays more.

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