142+ Ways to Make Money Online

I love list posts, especially ones that can be bookmarked and revisited as a resource.  I’ve always wanted to create something like that, which is what led me to this article.  I’ve been working on this article for a couple months now, adding to it little by little.  I’m proud to be able to finally share it with you today.

(See my  note below about why this post has been republished over 2 years after its original post date.)

The contents of this article are not in any way revolutionary.  Given enough time (this actually took much longer than I expected), you could easily compile a similar list. The concept of making money online is so broad, however, that I wanted a resource that captures most aspects of it.  Take from it whatever you’d like, or simply bookmark it for future reference.

Here’s some food for thought: If you could find a way to make just $1 per day utilizing each of the following sources, you would earn over $52,000 per year!

Side note: I could have easily used affiliate links for the majority of the items listed below, however I have decided to only use affiliate links for services that I actually use, or ones that I’ve seen highly recommended.  The vast majority of these links are not affiliate links.  I want this article to be a valuable resource, not a source of income for me.

[Update 8/4/2013: Although I have made some updates to this list recently, I've republished this article as part of an experiment I"m conducting.  If/once I get meaningful results, I'll definitely be writing a blog post about it.]

[In addition to this list, I have now published one titled "64+ Ways to Save Money Online" that I think you'll enjoy if you enjoyed this one.]

Getting Paid for Performing Simple Tasks

  1. Cash Crate - This site is pretty cool because you can get paid for doing a variety of simple tasks online.  Just for signing up, they give you a free dollar.  In addition to getting paid for simple tasks, there are also a lot of great ways to get coupons and cash back for purchases you might typically make.  For example, you can sign up for a free trial of Stamps.com, and Cash Crate gives you $9.60. Although each individual task may be small, it adds up.  This is a great place to “get your feet wet” with regard to making money online.

Getting Money Back for Regular Online Purchases You Make

It’s pretty common to shop online these days, so why shouldn’t you use this as an opportunity to make even more money online?  Here are some places you can sign up to and you’ll be able to shop at many of your favorite stores AND get cash back (in addition to whatever your credit card gives you).

  1. eBates - This one is my favorite.  [Free $10 gift card after your first $25 purchase.]  I love this site because there are over 2,000 stores to choose from including Walmart, Sears, Target, and many others.  If you are doing any online shopping, you should be using a site like this. It’s free money that you wouldn’t otherwise get.
  2. Mr. Rebates - Get $5 free just for signing up. This is very similar to eBates, so it makes sense to sign up for both and then when you go to shop at a store, just go to whichever one offers the better cash back deal.

Revenue Sharing Article/Bookmarking Websites

I’m leading with this category because I believe article writing is one of the best ways to get started making money online if you’re new to the game.  It costs nothing, and you can be up and running within a matter of minutes.  There is a learning curve (especially with respect to SEO and researching keywords) and you’ll need to be patient, but in time, this can be a significant source of passive income.  Not sure of what to write about?  I’ve discussed that before. Note: These are not listed in any particular order.

  1. InfoBarrel - This has been a continually increasing source of online passive income for me (ever since my original “challenge”).  Last month, I earned $96 with InfoBarrel.  If you want to see what others are earning, check out Mike Moyer’s January InfoBarrel earnings rankings.  The top person on there earned $1,586 from InfoBarrel last month.  InfoBarrel’s AdSense revenue share ranges from 75% to 90%, and also includes Chitika and Amazon ads.
  2. Squidoo - Another revenue-sharing article site (great for building backlinks to your niche sites).  They share revenue, but the way they do it is a bit complicated.
  3. HubPages - One of the more popular revenue-sharing article websites. I still prefer InfoBarrel to HubPages due to its relative youth and growth potential, but HubPages is also a great option, even just for backlinking.  The AdSense share here is 60%, and you can also monetize with Kontera, eBay and Amazon.
  4. Bukisa - Article site with 60% revenue share (Adsense or Chitika).
  5. Xomba - High-ranking bookmarking site with 50% AdSense revenue share (links are no-follow).  They recently changed their rules to disallow links to your own content (to improve the quality of the site), so use this at your own risk.
  6. Snipsly - Social bookmarking site with 80% revenue share (AdSense).
  7. Seekyt - Article site with 70% revenue share (AdSense and Amazon).
  8. SquidStop - Social bookmarking site with 100% revenue share (AdSense).
  9. Jevitt - Social bookmarking site with 80% revenue share (AdSense).
  10. SheToldMe - Social bookmarking site with 100% revenue share (AdSense).
  11. TipDrop - Social bookmarking site with 75% revenue share (AdSense).
  12. Best Reviewer – Get paid to write top lists (e.g. “Top 10 Ways to…”) – 100% AdSense revenue share.
  13. Flixya – Share video, photos, and blogs – 100% AdSense revenue share.
  14. Mixx – Share a variety of content (articles, photos, videos) for 50% AdSense revenue share.
  15. Rate It All – Write reviews or rate products, and get 50% AdSense revenue share on your content there.

Peer-to-Peer Lending

Peer-to-peer lending is an interesting concept, because it allows individuals to secure relatively large loans without getting a bank involved.  On its face, it sounds like a risky proposition, but these P2P lending sites generally have good measures in place to mitigate your risk (not to mention, you’re compensated for this risk by earning very high interest rates).  In addition, you can usually invest in someone else’s loan for a small amount (e.g. $25), which reduces the risk you take for any given loan.

  1. Lending Club (U.S. Residents Only) - I’ve been talking about this site ever since I started this blog, so there’s no reason to stop now.  Lending Club is an important part of my passive income strategy.  I discuss it in all of my income reports, so you can read those for more detail.  As I’ve said several times, I believe this is my only true source of passive income.
  2. Community Lend - Like Lending Club, for Canada residents.  I have not done business with them, so do a bit of research first if you plan to invest here.

Books to Help You Make Money Online

How I Made My First Million on the Internet

These are some of the top books (according to Amazon.com) for making money online.

  1. How I Made My First Million on the Internet – And How You Can Too!
  2. The Six-Figure Second Income
  3. Internet Prophets: The World’s Leading Experts Reveal How to Profit Online
  4. Click Millionaires: Work Less, Live More with an Internet Business You Love

Social Media (Specifically, Twitter)

Social networking and social media is a great way to share your content, gain followers, and in general, increase your presence online.  There are, however, ways to make money by sharing someone else’s content with your followers via Twitter.  I generally don’t consider this to be a great way to make money online, but it can be lucrative for those who have a big following. (Side note: I tried to see if there was a way to sell Facebook “likes” or get paid to share content on Facebook, and couldn’t find anything.)

  1. Sponsored Tweets - Just like it sounds, this site allows you to make money by tweeting for someone else.  I wrote about it here.
  2. MyLikes - Very similar to SponsoredTweets, however I like Sponsored Tweets a bit more.
  3. Magpie - Another Twitter advertising platform.

Freelancing / Pay-Per-Project

You’ll recognize many of the sites below.  However, when I usually write about them, I’m referring to them as means of outsourcing.  In this case, I’m listing them as ways to make money online by being a provider of services.

  1. Elance - I love Elance for outsourcing, and on the flip side, it could be a great way to make money online as a freelancer.
  2. oDeskSame as Elance, although many say that oDesk is the better choice for hiring programmers.
  3. MicroworkersMake money by performing mini-tasks.  I wrote a review on Microworkers early last year.
  4. Mechanical Turk - Owned by Amazon, this site is similar to Microworkers, but maybe a bit more sophisticated.
  5. FiverrMake money online by offering virtually any service or mini-task…the catch is, you have to charge $5!
  6. Just a Five – Very similar to Fiverr.
  7. TenBux – Make money with gigs that cost either $5 or $10.
  8. GigMe5 – I think you get the idea…
  9. UpHype – Another gig site, with odd price points: $8, $16, or $24.
  10. Dollar3 – A gig site with price point in multiples of $3, starting at $3.
  11. Jobs for 10 – Take a guess at what this one’s about.
  12. Fittytown – A little bit more upscale – all gigs are $50 each.
  13. Demand Media – A great site for freelance writers, however you must be approved first (and I’ve heard they’re somewhat selective).  Once you’re accepted, however, you can earn up to $15+ per article, which can be quite lucrative if you’re a fast writer.
  14. Constant Content – Another freelance writing site.
  15. Associated Content – Earn up-front payments for articles and also get paid based on views (I’m told it’s a very small amount).
  16. Break Studios – Freelance writing site similar to Demand Studios, though they pay less (up to $8/article), however the article length requirements can be shorter.

E-Mail Marketing

E-mail marketing is one of the oldest forms of making money online.  As the old cliche goes, “the money is in the list.” Within the MMO niche, e-mail marketing has become somewhat annoying, but there are some people who still do it well.  I like to think my newsletter subscribers get value out of my e-mail, as I very rarely promote anything.  I think e-mail marketing is critical, not just because it’s a way to drive traffic to things that make you money, but because it’s another way to stay in touch with people who follow your website, blog, or brand.  I only use Aweber, but I thought it would be helpful to include a list of alternatives.  I’ve noted the ones that are free.

  1. AweberThis is what I use for my newsletter, and it works really well.
  2. Getresponse
  3. Stream Send
  4. iContact
  5. 1AutomationWiz
  6. Send FreeHas a free ad-supported option.
  7. Free Follow Up – One time fee of $4.99, and then free lifetime usage (I can’t attest to the quality of the service though.)
  8. Supersponders
  9. Topica
  10. MailChimp – Send up to 12,000 e-mails per month to a list of up to 2,000 subscribers for free.

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising

There are some people who make a living with PPC ad campaigns, so it’s definitely a viable way to make money online, either as a publisher or advertiser.  Be careful though – you can easily lose a lot of money if you aren’t continually testing and optimizing ads.

  1. Google AdSense – Probably the most common way to monetize a website or blog.  You can easily add AdSense ads to your site and earn money for each click.  Click value depends on your niche and targeted keywords.
  2. Google AdWords – This is the flip side to AdSense. You can use Google AdWords to drive traffic (which costs money of course) to a landing page or website where you will ideally make more money off that traffic than what it costs you per click.
  3. Chitika – Another way to monetize your website with ads, similar to AdSense.  Usually, Chitika ads don’t pay as well, but can still be effective.
  4. Facebook Ads – Similar concept to AdWords.  Create ads that drive traffic to a landing page, blog, or an affiliate offer (I’m not sure if you can still use affiliate links with Facebook ads).  Facebook ads are nice because you can target very specific demographics and funnel that targeted traffic to a product or service you’re selling.
  5. MySpace Ads – Similar concept to Facebook Ads.
  6. LinkedIn Ads
  7. 7Search – An inexpensive alternative to AdWords.  There’s obviously less traffic, but it’s a fraction of what it costs you on AdWords.
  8. Speedy Ads – Another PPC alternative.  Looks like a pretty cool site, though I’ve never used them.

Pay-Per-View (PPV) Advertising

Another way to drive traffic to your affiliate promotions and landing pages.  The benefit here is that they are usually less strict than PPC sites (i.e. you can usually directly link to an affiliate offer).  It’s a different beast though, from what I’ve been told, so it’s best to do a little bit of research before you spend money on PPV traffic.

  1. Direct CPV
  2. Lead Impact
  3. Traffic Vance
  4. AdOn Network
  5. Media Traffic
  6. Adoori

Cost-Per-Action (CPA) Offer Sites

These are great for monetizing your blog/website, or using in conjunction with PPC/PPV ads.  In general, CPA offers allow you to be paid for someone completing an action.  For example, there may be an offer that requires someone to input their e-mail address or zip code.  Upon that submission, you’re paid an amount, usually ranging between $1-10.  There are more lucrative offers that pay $20+, like filling out a short form for a free credit report.  It may require some creativity to use CPA offers to monetize your website or PPC ad campaign, but there are people who make a living doing this online.

Note: Many of these sites are selective about who they accept.  They want to make sure you’re going to send legitimate traffic to offers, and will often want to talk to you on the phone before they allow you to begin making money with them.  There’s a thread on Warrior Forum that gives you some good tips.

  1. CX Digital
  2. Neverblue
  3. Affiliate.com
  4. GetAds
  5. MaxBounty
  6. Epic Direct/Azoogle
  7. Clickbooth
  8. Offerweb
  9. DirectLeads
  10. CPA Lead
  11. Web Jam Ads
  12. Market Leverage
  13. Inuvo
  14. Flux Ads
  15. Adfish
  16. Offer Vault - Compare offers from many CPA networks (free sign up, but beware, they like to send e-mail frequently).

Answering Questions / Giving Advice

I don’t see this talked about too much within the MMO niche, but there are several sites that allow you to make money by answering people’s questions online (usually related to very specific topics).  For some of these sites, you need to sign up and be approved before you can begin answering questions for money.

  1. Just Answer - Great if you are an expert in a particular field.
  2. kgbGet paid for answering questions that people send via mobile text message.
  3. Fun Advice - Earn points for answering questions, which get converted to dollars.
  4. EtherThis is actually a pretty cool concept.  Essentially, you’re selling your advice via telephone (almost like a phone version of Just Answer). They give you a free Ether phone number (which forwards to an actual phone), you set your hourly (or by-the-minute) rate, and you can schedule times that you’re available for calls.  You can also sell digital content via Ether.
  5. ChaCha – Very similar to kgb.
  6. Web Answers – Answer questions and earn a share of AdSense revenue, which is based on the quality of your answer and other factors.

Selling Products You Own

When we think of “making money online,” we often immediately think about affiliate marketing or selling digital products.  Sometimes, it’s easy to forget one of the oldest forms of making money online…selling products you own! Clear out your house, apartment, or bedroom.  Instead of throwing things away or letting them pile up and make a mess, get some money for them.

  1. Gazelle - This is a great place to sell back your gadgets that you don’t use anymore (like your old iPhone, laptop, etc.).  I was able to sell back my iPhone to them for $150 and put that money toward a new iPhone 5.  They even pay the shipping cost for you to ship the product to them.
  2. Amazon – You can actually sell back or trade in items you own to Amazon and receive Amazon gift card credit.
  3. eBay - The most popular auction site online.
  4. Craigslist - The most popular (and free) classified site online.
  5. Backpage
  6. Half.com
  7. Shopit
  8. Oodle
  9. Sell.com

Selling Products You Don’t Own

…Also known as affiliate marketing.  This is perhaps the most common or hottest way to make money online at the moment.  You recommend a product, using an affiliate link.  Someone clicks through that link , purchases the product, and you get a commission.  It’s a simple concept, but sometimes difficult to execute.

One common way to do it is to create a niche site – a site generally focused on one type of product or sub-market – and populate the site with relevant articles, with affiliate links embedded.  One of my current challenges is to add $20,000 per year to my passive income portfolio by creating niche sites that focus on Amazon products.  Here are some good sources for products to sell as an affiliate:

  1. Amazon AssociatesWhen someone clicks on your Amazon affiliate link, you’ll receive a commission from anything they purchase within 24 hours.
  2. eBay Partner Network – Earn a commission on eBay auctions that people find via your affiliate links.
  3. Commission Junction – Huge marketplace of affiliate offers.
  4. Clickbank – One of the largest marketplaces for eBooks and other digital products.
  5. E-JunkieSimilar to Clickbank, but I find it a bit more difficult to navigate and find certain digital products to sell as an affiliate.
  6. Google Affiliate Network - I view this as pretty similar to Commission Junction.
  7. DigiResults – Very similar to E-Junkie and Clickbank.

Selling Products You Designed, But Don’t Own!

In some cases, you may want to design your own products (we’re talking simple things, like t-shirts, magnets, mugs, etc.), but you don’t want to take on the cost of having inventory that you can’t sell.  The below options are great for this situation – for the most part, it’s free to set up a virtual storefront, and you earn money when your products sell (and if nothing sells, it costs you nothing).  These are generally great if you already have an established brand and want to sell your branded gear.

  1. Cafe Press – Easily design products like t-shirts, mugs, etc. and sell them from a virtual storefront through Cafe Press.
  2. E-Shirt – Cheaper alternative to Cafe Press that focuses primarily on t-shirts.
  3. Spreadshirt – Similar to E-Shirt.
  4. Zazzle – Very similar to Cafe Press.
  5. Shirt City – Another shirt design site/store.

Taking Surveys

This isn’t really my cup of tea, but there are several sites that will pay you to take surveys or give your opinions.  Important note: Don’t ever pay to sign up to a site that offers to pay you for surveys.  Here are ones that, based on my limited research, are legitimate.

  1. Dollar Surveys
  2. Opinion Outpost
  3. Toluna
  4. Global Test Market
  5. MySurvey
  6. Pinecone Research
  7. ZoomPanel
  8. Permission Research
  9. Synovate
  10. MyView
  11. Test Spin
  12. Clear Voice Surveys
  13. Hot Spex
  14. Survey Spot

Writing Reviews


There are some good sites out there that will pay you to write reviews on your blog for various products and services.  I haven’t done much of this, but I’m hoping to eventually incorporate it into my niche sites.  Some of them are picky about what blogs they accept/approve, so you may have to wait until your blog is older and more established.

  1. Social Spark
  2. Pay Per Post
  3. Expo TV - Get paid for doing video reviews of products you own.
  4. Blog To Profit
  5. Bloggerwave
  6. Blogging Ads
  7. Blogitive
  8. Linkworth
  9. PayU2Blog
  10. Sponsored Reviews

Stock Trading / Investing Online

If you’re willing to do a bit of research and take on the risk, you can buy and sell stocks online.  Some people make a good living trading stocks on a daily basis, while others have lost significant amounts of money doing it.

  1. E*TRADE
  2. Sharebuilder
  3. Scottrade
  4. TD Ameritrade
  5. Trade King

Selling Your Photos Online

There are several sites that allow you to sell photos or images that you have created.  Here they are:

  1. Shutterstock
  2. Dreamstime
  3. DepositPhotos
  4. iStock Photo
  5. Fotolia

Other Stuff

There were some things I couldn’t fit in any particular MMO category, so here they are:

  1. SurfBounty – I’m generally not a big fan of this, but others have had success with it.  This site allows you to get paid for reading e-mail, surfing the internet, and participating in surveys.  Some of these types of sites are scammy, but I don’t believe this one is.
  2. FlippaMake money by reselling your websites and domains.
  3. Career in online marketing – This one comes per the suggestion of Ian in the comments, and rather than rewrite what he said, I’ll simply quote him: “There are two types of careers. The first one, where you have to work out of an office, is not really making money purely online because it’s a job that requires an office presence (although an absolutely amazing one and one that may still make your list). However, another route is starting your own SEM agency. If you start your own agency, you can make a tremendous amount of money from the comfort of your own home if you work hard and are really good.”

My Favorite “Make Money Online” Blogs

These are some of the blogs that I subscribe to in my RSS reader.  Not all of these blogs will consider themselves “make money online” blogs, which I completely understand and appreciate.  What I’m saying, by listing them here, is that they’re great resources that will no doubt help you make money online in one way or another.

  1. Smart Passive Income
  2. Viper Chill
  3. Escaping the 9 to 5
  4. Virtual Business Lifestyle
  5. Shoemoney
  6. Jonathon Volk
  7. Make Money on the Internet
  8. PPC Ian
  9. Murlu
  10. The Life Design Project
  11. Income Diary
  12. Quick Sprout
  13. ProBlogger
  14. Profit Addiction

My Favorite “Make Money Online” Forums

I don’t frequent these forums too often (and there’s often a lot of garbage to sift through), but there are some gems of information here.  It’s usually a good place to check on reviews of various SEO software, see what people think about different changes in the MMO world (like when Google changes their ranking algorithm), and other miscellaneous MMO/affiliate marketing topics.

  1. Warrior ForumMy favorite.  Be careful, you can get sucked into some of the threads here, and before you know it, you’ll find that you’ve just “wasted” 2 hours.
  2. Digital PointNot as good as Warrior Forum (in my opinion), but still worth visiting.
  3. Black Hat WorldI certainly don’t recommend or practice black hat SEO tactics, but occasionally there is some interesting information and discussion within this forum.

What Am I Missing?

Hopefully something in this article will help you earn more online.  With that said, I’m sure there’s still a LOT out there that I’m missing.  Share it in the comments!  If I hear some interesting ones that I completely missed, I will probably come back and edit this article to include them.

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259 Responses to “142+ Ways to Make Money Online”

  1. Wow, Eric. Great list! I genuinely had no idea that there were so many revenue-sharing sites, especially ones that offer do-follow links. I am going to have to seriously revamp my manual backlinking strategy to take more of them into account.

    The revenue sharing aspect of do-follow sites like InfoBarrel really is awesome when you think about it. When I find a long-tail keyword that I like, but that I don’t think has quite enough traffic or high enough CPC to make it worth doing a whole niche website, I can still utilize it by writing up a quick 500-word article, and I can add a simple signature pointing toward my main blog.

    When I have a keyword that I can develop into a niche site, though, I can do an article that points users through to the site. I’m getting great, targeted backlinks with strong anchor text and contextual meaning, and I’m even grabbing some revenue from the backlink site itself. It’s win-win. I can even create a ton of backlinks to the revenue-sharing site, which benefits me twice as much as backlinking directly to my niche site.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Cory! That’s a great point, about writing an article instead of doing a whole niche site when you find a long-tail keyword that doesn’t have enough traffic to sustain an entire website. When done correctly, these types of articles will complement your niche site earnings very nicely.

    And yes, my favorite part about revenue-sharing sites is that my primary objective is building backlinks, so the extra AdSense revenue is icing on the cake. :)

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  2. Dude, Eric, to be called one of your favourite blogs, especially with so many other blogs I consider my own favourites, is ridiculously awesome for me.
    Thanks for including me and what a massive list… I can see why it took you so long to post this baby!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    No problem Moon, you deserve it! :)

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  3. Eric, thanks for this epic, epic list. I’ve been reading your posts on Infobarrel and have been thinking of giving it a shot. Do you know if the recent google algorithm change has had an effect on the site?

    Also, why no mention of a site like Demand Media? My wife writes for them and most of the articles pay $15 a pop. Once you get used to writing for them, an article shouldn’t take more than 40 minutes to research and write. And if you possess some knowledge in really specific, technical areas the payout is larger. Again, with the google algo change, not sure what is in store for the site, but supposedly eHow has benefited and Demand owns eHow.

    With your list there is no more excuses, now to go out there and make some money!
    Lonnie @ My Income Lab recently posted… My Niche Site Progress – An unUpdate

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Hey Lonnie – I do think the recent algorithm change has had an impact on the site. Some people have noticed articles that were once top-ranking articles have moved to the 2nd or 3rd page on Google. Other articles were untouched. I know Google is specifically targeting “content farms,” so it’s now going to become extremely important to write high quality, unique content more than it ever was before.

    Thanks for the Demand Media tip – I’ve updated the article to include it (it’s in the freelancer/pay-per-project section)!

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  4. Fantastic list Eric. You might want to add Speedy Ads from entireweb.com under the PPC section. I’m testing these on my blog now. Not ready to endorse them yet, but they are an Adsense type alternative.

    Also, Constant Content is a great site for freelancing.

    Also, maybe my MMO blog will get on your favorite blog list after you check it out.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the suggestions, Jade! I’ve updated the article to include them. I’ve visited your blog before, but it’s been awhile since I was last there – I’ll check it out. :)

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  5. Epic is right. It’s the useful content like this that keeps me coming to this website. I don’t even know where to start, but I do know this is getting bookmarked and returned back to for reference often.
    You absolutely rock, Eric!!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Eric, I appreciate it. :)

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  6. Thank Eric!
    This is realy a great post. Beginner could easily get overwhelmed about making money online.Eerybody need some guidance. Just select one method and work until you see some results with it.
    Thanks again!
    Roman
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Absolutely, Roman! At the end of the day, it’s all about taking action, and working hard at it. Thanks for the comment!

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  7. Great list. Regarding autoresponders there is also mailchimp.com. They give you up to 2000 recipients for free. I’m currently in the process if migrating from aweber

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Rasmus, I’ve added it to the list.

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    Vin DiCarlo Reply:

    Thanks for adding Mailchimp but what do you think about getresponse?
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    Eric G. Reply:

    I haven’t tried GetResponse yet, but I’ve heard it’s fine.

  8. Wow, Eric! What a list! This is definitely something I’ll be bookmarking for later. A list like this everyone can benefit from.

    Can’t wait to try some of this stuff out!

    Christina
    Christina Crowe recently posted… eHow Experiment 08- Income Increased by 64

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    Eric G. Reply:

    I hope it helps – thanks for the comment, Christina!

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  9. This has to be one of the best lists I recently saw. I have a bi-weekly round-up on my blog and wish I seen this post yesterday. But next time isn’t too late either, as long as I can forward this to my readers.

    What I like about it is that you don’t actually have to have a blog or a website to make money with some of these options and I think many (especially newbies scared of building a blog) will like it.

    Thanks, Eric, and I am happy to find out about this blog :)
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  10. This is an excellent list and one I will definitely have to bookmark. Great job man.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks. :)

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  11. There are a couple of article sites you missed – Associated Content (now belongs to Yahoo) allows you to write on any subject you like. You can make upfront payments plus receive performance payments depending on your traffic.

    Another site is Break Studios – very similar to Demand Studios, but with “friendlier” topics. They pay less, $8 per article, but accept shorter articles (min. 250 words) and are much easier to write for. They also have an application process.
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    JadeDragon@innovativepassiveincome Reply:

    Yes Associated Content pays for views, but very little. They also cut off all the non-US writers and left them unable to collect their pennies.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the tips, Kelly, I’ll add these!

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  12. Thanks for this list! Awesome material!

    You did leave off ChaCha.com from the Answer Questions section; it is similar to KGB. It doesn’t pay much, but it can be a fun way to earn a little extra! :)

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Krista, I knew there was another site like KGB that I was missing! Just added it.

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  13. Eric, thank you for the list. I have a few you missed at http://www.squidoo.com/fifty-ways-to-make-a-dollar-a-day, including online stores and other things you overlooked. Some of yours are definitely going on my next list!
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  14. Hi Eric,

    I’m the owner of Seekyt.com. Thanks for including our website on the list. I just wanted to point out that we are not a Social Bookmarking website – we are an article writing website like some of the others on your list.

    Thanks again for the mention!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for stopping by Tyler and thanks for the clarification. I’ve gone ahead and updated the article to reflect that Seekyt is actually an article website. :)

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    Tyler Reply:

    Thanks Eric!

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  15. Eric,
    What an epic blog post! This is going to end up as one of the best of 2011, in my opinion. :-) Moreover, thank you so much for featuring my blog in your top “make money online” blogs. It’s a true honor and I’m humbled to be listed with so many other great blogs within what I consider one of the best posts of 2011. I’ll be featuring your post and linking back on my blog tonight…

    I really like your list because it shows that there’s no one single way to make money online, but rather there exists a multitude of opportunities. In fact, if you’re smart about it, it makes sense to attack multiple opportunities because diversification drives financial stability. This is one of the things I’ve really enjoyed about your blog all along – you personally go after multiple online income streams such as niche sites, blogging, affiliate marketing, article marketing, and peer to peer lending. I am ALL about that same strategy both online and offline because stuff happens and diversification is the key to protecting and building wealth.

    In terms of adding to your list, I also recommend careers in online marketing. Now, there are two types of careers. The first one, where you have to work out of an office, is not really making money purely online because it’s a job that requires an office presence (although an absolutely amazing one and one that may still make your list). However, another route is starting your own SEM agency. If you start your own agency, you can make a tremendous amount of money from the comfort of your own home if you work hard and are really good.

    Another way to make money online, that’s closely related to PPC, is display advertising. You can buy display ads on many different networks in many different ways. You may have seen those display ads on high profile sites that show how an average mom found an easy way to whiten your teeth.

    Last, while I’m not personally doing this because I’m a long term buy and hold investor, there’s also the day trading opportunity. Many folks out there make money day trading online.

    Eric, once again, great post and I’m honored! :-) Thank you! I’m officially glued to your blog!

    All the best,
    Ian

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks so much for comment, Ian. Your blog definitely deserves to not only be on my RSS reader, but many others’, so I’m happy to have the opportunity to share it with everyone who reads this article.

    Also, thanks for the suggestions. I’ve updated the article to include much of what you suggested. :)

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  16. Hey Eric,

    New to your list… I’ve followed the gurus for years and you blow them out of the water with your content! Of course you want to sell your (you know what), but you’ve taken a non-nonsense approach to telling it how it is, very well received on my end man!

    Look forward to connecting personally — and sooner than later. Thanks again!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    John, I appreciate the kind words. I’d definitely like to connect sometime, feel free to get in touch with me via e-mail anytime.

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  17. Holy crap that was a big list!

    I’ve just started with the internet marketing thing so this definitely gives me a lot of ideas and options to choose from!

    Thanks Eric!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    No problem Tim, hopefully this list helps!

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  18. Webanswers is an adsense sharing op as well. Ask and answer questions just like on Yahoo Answers and similar sites – but make money doing it. They just started a referral program too that shares adsense impressions for driving traffic to the site. Minimal effort for the Adsense I’ve earned off Webanswers.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the tip, Jade. I’ll go ahead and add it!

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  19. Ah wow, what a list! Thanks for taking the time to compile this beauty Eric, I’m sure everyone appreciates it as highly as I do.

    Love the fact that it shows that there’s no ‘right’ way to make money. There’s many ways that you can reach the level of your dreams, whether it be by article writing, or freelance clienting, or any other way. Pick a way that suits you, and run with it to the hills :-)
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Exactly, Stuart – there are literally hundreds of ways to make money online. You never know which sources are going to dry up, so diversification is really important. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to diversify. :)

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  20. Insanely good list, Eric! Could tell alot of work went into it…

    I had posted this to your InfoBarrel thread, but I’m not sure if you’ll see it.

    InfoBarrel Success is actually available for sale now. It is coming up on the tail end of the auction.

    https://flippa.com/auctions/124872/Sales-Page-AND-6-Book-Course-Product-Aligned-with-Exponential-Growth-Website

    Jason and I don’t have nearly the time, resources, or marketing leverage to take this product to the levels that we believe it belongs, unfortunately.

    In the hands of someone like you, or Pat, this course would be insanely valuable.

    Check it out sometime man! I have detailed financials included.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Howie. Also, I can’t believe you’re selling the rights to that course! It’s definitely a valuable product, although I don’t think I have the time to add it to one of my projects. Someone else would be much better equipped to take it to that next level (like Pat, as you mentioned – although I’m assuming he has too many projects on his plate at the moment).

    Hopefully you do find someone that can take care of it properly and really get the full value out of it. I’d hate to see a good product like that go to waste, even though I’m sure it’s already helped a lot of people.

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    Howie Reply:

    Pat and I had a long talk yesterday, Eric. He doesn’t want it, but definitely not because of anything associated with value…like you said, he has too many products on the go.

    The current bid is $150, with a day left.

    Might not be a bad product to keep in your arsenal. Now, onto when it’s a Top 100 Alexa site, it might be very lucrative to have this. I’m sure you can see the possibility.
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    Howie Reply:

    Eric,

    Even if you don’t bid, you may still want to pull up a seat and grab some popcorn and watch it in it’s final hours (3 hours left)

    11 bids placed…30+ people watching! (that’s very rare to see THAT many people waiting on the sidelines until the end…)
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  21. Amazing.

    I’m setting a goal to try every way on this list that I’m not already trying.

    Thanks!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Awesome goal – let me know how it goes!

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  22. I’ve already bookmarked this. Thanks for sharing!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment! :)

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  23. Wonderful list! There is one that you might want to add. You can earn cash from answering questions through a service called ChaCha. They pay you per question answered!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Just added it – thanks for the comment, Craig. :P

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  24. Neah, anyone can come up with 142 methods to make money online. Just kidding, i actually got stuck a minute on the title before clicking the link. I kept thinking of how many methods i know, but i don’t think i can get past 20.

    Now all i need to do is try each one and hope i live long enough to finish all of them.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Exactly – best of luck, Maria!

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  25. All I have to say is WOW! This is a very impressive post! Just the title alone made me want to read it. Great job! I was going to say with the readers suggestions you added, you have more than 142 ways but I see that you covered youself by titling it “142+ ways” and leaving yourself open to updating and adding more. Smart!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Yup, I figured I would be adding to it. I’m hoping this will be a good resource (continually updated) going forward.

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  26. WoW!! Eric this is one hell of an epic list.
    There was alot of stuff on there that I’ve never even heard of before. This will help me out a ton.

    Bookmarked, and keep up the great work!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Carmine!

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  27. Hi Eric this is huge!! thank you very much for your lists!! Nice post!!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Semmy! Glad to see you enjoyed it!

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  28. Hey Eric,

    Thanks for the mention. I just got back from a 10 day work trip and saw the link.

    I’m about to send out the earnings requests for February. With the launch of Infobarrel’s new website, and the G algorithm change, it should be an interesting thing to see.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    No problem, Mike. I’m a big fan of the InfoBarrel rankings that you compile. You’re definitely right about February being an interesting month. There are three factors that I’m sure will cause lower earnings overall:

    1) Google’s algorithm change
    2) The launch of IB 2.0 hurt the rankings of most articles for a few days in the beginning of the month (but they all had made it back to where they once were)
    3) February only had 28 days…

    Looking forward to seeing it! Thanks Mike.

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  29. Good friend list .. I think they did a good job here =)!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks . :)

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  30. Thank you for this. I am looking at creating a passive income by posting articles to revenue-sharing sites, you have listed a very nice list of oens I can be getting on with. :)
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    Eric G. Reply:

    No problem Dean – best of luck!

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  31. Hey, wait a minute, I only counted 141 ways! Just kidding, Eric.

    I will be looking into Odesk this week.

    Great resource, thanks.
    Live it LOUD!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Glad you enjoyed it – thanks for the comment, Rob!

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  32. I just wanted to say thanks! I have been reading your blog for a while now and I have never posted a comment. Once again you have helped this newbie out with wonderful information about making money online. I should have really commented on your original post about “Hostgator” but I just wanted to let you know that when I signed up for my domain I made sure to use your affiliate link as a way to pay you back. Once again thanks and make sure you get your commission from my purchase.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Tai, I truly appreciate that. :)

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  33. This is one of those posts you just have to bookmark and actually come back to use it as a superb resource guide!

    Thanks for sharing this, will share it everywhere I can ;-)

    ~Sergio

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Sergio! I appreciate it.

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  34. Great links!
    I am new in this blogging thing, and I am especially interested in elance.com and odesk.com
    We’ll see how it goes!
    Thanks anyway for the good tips
    Gianma

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  35. What a list! thanks for the share Eric!

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  36. I’ve been lurking in your blog for 3 hours now instead of working — though I still consider this productive. ha! Thank you for these ideas. I’ve read a lot of “how-to-earn-from-your-blog” blogs and this one is definitely up there. I wanted to try the amazon niche sites challenge — would definitely give it a thought and will use your link when I decide to actually do it. I’ll visit some of the links from this post now. ;p

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting! And sorry my blog has been a distraction to your work… :P

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  37. Wow!
    Eric that’s an awesome list.
    I thought I had my finger on the pulse until I read that.

    Thank you, Adam.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Adam!

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  38. great list. i’ve already found a few things on here that i’d never heard of.

    i also like your bloggers list. many of those blogs have been great inspiration to me, and i’ve found a few new ones as well.

    mike
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment Mike, I’m glad you found some new things here!

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  39. I can’t tell you how helpful this was! I mean really fantastic list! You go dude!

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  40. I find Adsense to be the “easiest” one simply because there’s a lot of info on it around the net and you actually see it in action on 9 out of 10 websites you visit. However, the fastest method is doing some freelancing work.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    I agree, Antonia. AdSense is extremely easy to implement, although you need a decent amount of traffic before you’ll see respectable earnings. As for freelancing, that’s probably the best way to see your work pay off almost immediately.

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  41. wow, it’s gonna take a lifetime to try all of those. You’ve got everything for everyone in there.

    Huge list, congrats on putting it together!
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  42. Thanks for the list Eric. Many of these I have tested out and a few I still work on with regularity. There are many more places to join and get paid to write if one wants to become a full time freelance writer. A few places are Bright Hub($15 for an article), Textbroker(varies from .01 a word to .04), and The Content Authority(roughly same as textbroker). These are probably the easiest to get started with.

    Also I would like to add a new one for your paid to post blogging section. Blogvertise has been my favorite place to get offers. If someone wants one done for $5 and you would like $10, you can request that and in most cases, they will accept the offer providing you include 2 links in your post back to them and write at least 300 words. Some require PR1 and higher blogs but to join you don’t have to have any(I have one blog with a PR1 and one with a 0 listed and both get work every month)

    Hope these can help others get making more money online!
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  43. Huge list! We need to make the day longer to be able to test all these methods.
    Should help some newbies, but it’ll make most of them confused.
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  44. Hi Eric! Thanks for the info
    Anyway, are those site is also available for asian?
    Thanks!

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  45. I’ve got one more way to make money online.

    It’s a little different in the fact that you’re making money to fund the creation of a specific project.

    But the money can be very significant.

    The term is “crowdfunding”…and you can see it in action on kickstarter.com

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  46. Veri good very interesting and very true all of the allegations i love that thanks keep up Eric

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  47. What can i say, i love these lists.
    There’s always something new to try when i get some free time and need something to keep me busy.
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  48. AWESOMEEE!! This is the greatest article i have read in a long time, thanks!

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  49. Genuinely revealing bless you, It looks like your trusty followers would possibly want a lot more articles along these lines continue the excellent hard work.

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  50. Very comprehensive list! There are certainly many ways to make money online, but it takes time and hard work before things start running smoother and you start earning. Remember, successful people are almost always optimistic, positive and they never give up.

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  51. Excellent and very interesting. All true allegations that I love.

    Thanks and keep up the great posts Eric

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  52. Yeah !

    Thanks a lot. Rich content and I like very much transparency of you income reports.
    I wish to contribute as well. :-)
    See you soon

    Robert
    http://about.me/robertlach.com

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  53. Wow, Eric! What a list!You have shared such a great post, I really loved the post.Thanks for sharing nice post.

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  54. This is an amazing list I have never seen pulled together before as it is here. Many thanks!

    If a person were to diversify into a few of these they would have rather safe sources of income.
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  55. Great info that you’ve provided. People can also make money online by obtaining an online customer service job, offering remote services on Fiverr, and also selling items on Yardsellr.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the additional suggestions, Carla!

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  56. This is really big list and ways you mentioned here are quite good, thanks for sharing :)
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  57. Awesome resource. Thank you so much. I’ve been looking ways to expand my marketing efforts.
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  58. This is great stuff! I really liked your food for thought…..I wish I could achieve half of it!

    Thanks for the fantastic post!
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  59. Thanks eric.. i will try it..
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  60. There are a few sites I hadn’t seen before, thanks for the information.

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  61. The whole Peer-to-Peer lending thing looks very intersting – is there one for international users?
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Yes, there is Community Lend for Canada, and Zopa for the UK, however I haven’t used either one so I can’t exactly vouch for them.

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  62. Epic list that has obviously stood the test of time. Well done!
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  63. Now that is a blog post well
    written. I Did Not know about the ebay program sending leads there and getting a commission. You may want to add Rapbank, and Jvzoo to your list I am sure your familiar with them they are instant commission affiliate programs for any of your readers out there WHO may be reading this.

    Anyways good post a lot of good info in it.
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  64. Holy shizzle. That’s a lot of tips. Great source of inspiration. Thanks
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  65. Nice post, but you forgot one: Become a psychic reader online, charging $5 a minute without having any skills. No testing at all.

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  66. Hey there, Eric!

    That’s an epic post on steroids!

    Very nicely done.

    You have included so many different “make money online” options, that I need to bookmark this post as a reference….

    Not all these methods will work, as well as others, as many require loads of work over a prolonged period…

    Though, it’s a trial and error thing…

    Also, what works great on one site, in a particular niche, may not even produce results(almost none) on another site whether in the same, or a different niche(area)…

    Again, great post.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Danny!

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  67. Thanks eric now no one have an excuse to start making some real money online! But I would like to at with all these different ways make sure you come up with a plan and follow that plan to began to make some real money! Do it everyday until you start making the income that you desire.

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  68. Wow, this is nearly an exhaustive list. Great post, while it is possible to make money with all of these methods, some are better than others (depending on the personality)
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  69. Great list.Some ways are really interesting lot of useful stuff.Great work done.

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  70. What a great list you have here! Thanks for putting this together for us!

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  71. Hi,

    I recently saw a really cool way to make money. It’s called “Painting A Day Blog”. If you are creative and motivated, you can paint a small painting a day and post it in your online blog. The prices can be low and it seems like the business is going really well and a lot of the paintings gets sold.

    I guess it can be applied to any creative enterprise.

    Regards
    Sara Fargoons
    Multi Purpose Tool

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  72. This is one of the best lists for anyone looking for a sure way to make cash online. And am going to implement some them meself.
    Thanks Eric.
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  73. Thanks for the wonderful tips Eric. I have just started with blogging and these methods would help me grow my income ! Thanks a ton!
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  74. Great article. I guess you left out the PTC sites. It is a great way to earn money as long as you can get more people to join you.

    Clixsense is one of such sites. It has been around for some time now and there are many proofs of payments as well. Best of all it is completely free!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the tip, Doomslaver!

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  75. Under writing reviews, don’t forget about doing video reviews with Expo TV! You get points for the video reviews you do. For about ever 11 video reviews I do I get enough points for $30 in Amazon (or VISA) gift cards! I love doing video reviews of the things I already own and then getting paid for them. My reviews are usually just 2-3 minutes saying a few things I like about the product, what I use it for, and anything I don’t like about the product. It really is an awesome site. I wouldn’t save up your points to buy items. It’s much better to get the Amazon or Visa gift cards.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the suggestion! I just added it to the list.

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  76. Hi Eric, everything is awesome. I almost checked every resource you mentioned. Just want to say that remove “Experiments in Passive Income” as this domain is expired now.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Alex! I removed it.

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  77. I have been thinking about going into Affiliate Marketing for a while now. I know it seems easy, but really is not. That is why I have yet to do it. I know it takes quite a bit of traffic. I have some other things brewing anyways. If they do not work out, then that may be my next step. I have a really good feeling about what I am doing right now anyways. I am making a pretty decent amount of money already. I just hope it stays that way. :]
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  78. What a great site! Keep it up.But do cover about some passive income generating sites thro investment.(like hyip or bannersbroker?)

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  79. Great list Eric! Currently I am making money online via gpt and survey sites but I hope to try everything on this list and then some. You can never have too many streams of income! :)

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Danielle! :)

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  80. Wow, this has got to be the most comprehensive list of money making opportunities online, ever!! Thanks for sharing, I will definitely bookmark and be back!

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  81. Wonderful job Eric
    I’m going to be reading this post over and over again. Lots of interesting sites listed here.

    Thanks for bringing value to the table
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  82. WOW, this is a comprehensive list! People often ask me what the best way to make money online is, and I tell them it depends on their preference. Now I will just send them a link to this page and they can decide for themselves!

    Thanks,
    Scott

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Scott!

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  83. Thanks Eric,
    Great Suff!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    You’re welcome Sean!

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  84. Great post Eric, I was researching for an article and found your site was on page 1 – ‘ways to make money online’.

    Amazing how what we do today can ‘stick’ gaining attention almost 2 years later.
    Thanks for the info. it really helped with the article.

    :) Have a Good Day

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thank you for the comment, Lane!

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  85. Hi Eric,

    I was researching you ways of finding products to dropship (after reading 4 hour work week) and needed some updated sources.

    Cheers for the info regarding Cafe Press etc.

    I’ll be looking in to this thoroughly.

    TC

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  86. Hey eric,
    This may well be one of the most impressive make money online articles/ lists Iv’e ever seen. So detailed, innovative, and so many opportunities for passive income. Two things that I thought that you missed, though. 1. What about making money by referring people to GPT/CPA sites like cashcrate? This is what I have build my business on. 2. Have you heard of flippa? There are people on there who make a living creating sites optimized to sell on there. For example, they get a wordpress themed site, pay people to write quality articles, and then build up traffic to the site. After the site has a good amount of revenue going to it, they will sell it for about 10x what they invested into it. What do you think of this idea? Also, if you have a chance, it would be great if you and anyone else interested could check out my website try it out, and offer honest feedback. Thanks and happy holidays.
    Malcolm

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment, Malcolm. I agree, referring people to sites like CashCrate is also a good way to make money. As for Flippa, you’ll notice I included it under “Other Stuff” on my list.

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    Leo Reply:

    However, it seems that CashCrate is only about earnings by referral and by shopping. It’s been a week since I signed up but there is no task or survey.

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  87. Woow – this is one of the best tutorials about making money on the net. Thanks a lot!
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  88. Hey Eric, great list here man. This is will help me an idea on my blog too. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Blessings,
    Julius
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  89. Hey Eric,

    You have provided a big list of money making source. The list is very helpful for everyone as each person can choose what they want from your list.

    I will use adsense and affiliate marketing for making money online
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  90. What a comprehensive list! Thank you Eric for this brilliant effort! I have immediately recommended a few tips here to my list of subscribers, including the CrateCash site. I would highly recommend making money using social media.
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  91. Great List I love to see people actually sharing information freely and trying to help others make money online. Learning how to get started and all the options for working online is one of the hardest parts. These lists helped me and the past and can do a lot to help others.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Dan!

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  92. Mate, really loving your website. As an entrepreneur myself i really hope you get there and all your dreams come true
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  93. It’s easy to make money being freelancer. There are many sites that run as intermediaries between employers and employees. You can get both the long-term and short-term projects on oDesk or Elance.

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  94. This is a great list and it was an enjoyable read. Thanks a lot!

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  95. Great post and thank you for sharing the wonderful tips on how to make money online. In addition, Here Are The Straight Facts On How I Make Money Online!I am talking about a steady, dependable income that can really make a difference at the end of the month.

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  96. If you work from home virtual assistant may be a perfect opportunity to make a consistent income. Virtual assistants can earn $20 an hour in return for booking travel tickets, interacting with clients and dealing with the daily needs of small businesses.

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  97. This is a very large and informative list. This list can be used as a gateway to make a continuous stream of income. Great information, looking forward to more. Thanks.

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  98. If you are good with a camera, even at an amateurish level, you could sell photos online. Here are my favorite sites:
    http://submit.shutterstock.com/
    http://www.dreamstime.com/
    http://submit.depositphotos.com/

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the suggestions, James. I will add these to the list!

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  99. Thanks for a great list i will try some of it very soon.

    I think you miss something about parking domains there are some small money to be picked up there also.

    Have a nice day and thanks again there are some good stuff here.

    Best Regards

    Jack

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  100. Brilliant! You mentioned so many ways to make money that I cant even think of any to add right now lol. I think revenue share sites are good if you’re new to it all. You don’t need to build a web page or do seo (except in post) and they have great traffic and communities on these sites.
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  101. This may well be the best blog post I’ve ever seen. I mean…it’s loaded to the brim. Just keep this great effort up.
    I’ll suggest that you add istockphoto.com and fotolia.com the list websites where you can upload photos and get paid for it. Those two are the biggest after shutterstock.com.
    I also think there some opportunities in online transcribingas well with sites like etranscriptionsolutions.org and tigerfish.com/employment.html but the later accept US citizens only.

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    Victor Reply:

    In addition to that trafficwave.net is another great option for email marketing.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the suggestions! Just updated the “selling your photos” list to include them.

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  102. Very nice article, there are a lot of new things for me in this article I didn’t know yet. :-)
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  103. The information here helps a lot,
    I use several methods you’ve listed above!
    In everything online is to offer quality content quality your business to run!
    This information very useful!

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  104. Oh ! Great post Eric.
    There are 142 to make money.
    I will do some ways in your post.
    Thank you so much !
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  105. You forgot to mention you can play games to make money.
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  106. Great article! I am wondering by reading you through the article. Actually I think money making online is not so easy. It requires much skill and expertise.
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  107. Eric, this list is HUGE, thank you very much! There are clearly so many ways to make money online. It’s all about choosing the method that works for you. To make some decent money — even just a dollar — one has to look at the internet in unusual ways. One cannot think of the Web as a place for entertainment, a source to use when you’re bored or some temporary time killer.

    Instead, you have to look at the Web from the eyes of an entrepreneur. Once you put yourself in a business mentality, you will suddenly be exposed to so many income opportunities that were right before your eyes all along.

    Personally, I make most of my money through Amazon by writing Kindle ebooks, and so far I have been successful with it. Granted, the Kindle as a “device” does not exactly fit into making money “directly” on the Web. But again, I NEED the Web to publish my ebooks– and therefore, I make money through the internet, or with its help, at the very least.

    Anyway, thanks for a great article Eric, and I hope this post helps and motivates people.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment Michael. Yes, there are many ways, but unfortunately none will make you “get rich quick” as I’m sure you know.

    Publishing eBooks on Kindle is a great way to make money online – and it’s a sustainable one too!

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  108. These are a lot of ways to find work on internet, will need to concentrate on a dozen of them and really work on them. Thnx for the big post.

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  109. Wow, that’s a pretty long and helpful list! Your links look pretty interesting (especially on the freelancing part), and I’ll surely check them out. I’m not really sure if cashbacks would actually earn you money though. Isn’t it just like discounts or something?

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    Eric G. Reply:

    The difference compared to a discount is that you can buy something that has already been discounted (from Walmart.com, for example) and actually get cash back on top of the discounted price.

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  110. Dear Eric !
    First, thank for your great post.
    You can add more way to make money online: invest domains, parking domains to earn, or become an affliate of some Domain or Hosting Company like Godaddy, Name.com….
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  111. Hey Eric,

    Nice update. I have read all the ways and Adsense is a best way to earn money from website, if the site is up to the mark in topic and keywords.

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  112. cool!!! i just love your site anyway, eric am looking for a genuine binary option trading site so could u suggest me the best one ….thanks in advanced..

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  113. Great article and very informative posting. Although it was a little while ago it’s still relevant to today’s making money online environment.

    Thanks for sharing!
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  114. What a list! I actually follow Pat from SmartPassiveIncome but after Pat I love this one.
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  115. Hi Eric

    What an amazing and comprehensive list. You should have made it into an ebook.

    Thanks for sharing the references as well. You don’t see it everyday.

    Have a great day!

    Dita
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Dita!

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  116. Really nice tips, great stuff!

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    Carson Reply:

    Extremely well written, sincere and the clarity was bang on. Tons of options…..If you think about it..there must be ways (automated) to multi sign up to…for example to the survey panels (rather than 1 by 1).
    But I am currently a reseller for a web hosting co, and keeping in mind i’m a bit web rusty (i’m an older (back in the day…crazy to even say that at 33, and with 3 kids to help com bust my time schedule haha. But honestly, I’m not a writer by nature and have a bunch of websites, no blogs (considering). But have a nice brand and a bunch of .ca, .org, .net blah blah to secure the brand. I need to crack this SEO thing i guess.
    But as I wait for my little venture to take off, I still can’t put my thumb on a money venture ( I do binary trading…but i have a 19month old baby, so I immediately froze that endeavor for a bit, hehe.

    I have a few hours a night, I’m always online…Have a few spare domains….and I would love a little more narrowed down suggestion, from someone with your caliber man (very impressive).
    And from the Group what would you suggest, I am no writer…but I’m could likely wing-it and get sharper…I need guidance haha.

    Cheers,
    Carson

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  117. Nice post for sure bookmarked your website will be back for more tips. Thanks!!!

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  118. Realy great list. Some of the ways are new for me.

    Thank you for this good job!

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  119. Wow! Huge list and incredible information in how to make money online. I’ve favorite this post and come to it over and over again. Good Job!

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  120. Wow, very nice and detailed list of sites to earn money from. I love the article.

    More power eric!
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  121. These are all interesting, but affiliate marketing is definitely the best way for a beginner to leverage his talents. Without leverage, working online is just another job. With leverage, someone can become rich – with little or no financial risk.

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  122. Hey,

    This Post is better than Awesome. So many money making methods.

    I am using few of them but not all. Infact I have no idea about few of them.

    Thanks very much for these money making methods.
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  123. amazing dude……. keep it up

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  124. Wow Eric, you have some good stuff here. It’s obvious you have put a lot of time into this article. Thanks so much for this.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Kevin!

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  125. Damn… This is definitely getting shared!

    I’ve done a lot of research for my money-making-online site, but I’ve never gotten so much good info all at once.

    In xhosa, I’d say “Uyimboza!”

    - Translated: You’re the Best!
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  126. I’ve tried several of these programs, and Am very impressed with the list. Lot to take in

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  127. I Think This Is A Great Website I Actually Book Marked It. On My Blog I Also Have Ways Of Making Money. Such As Putting a Toolbar That Pay You for Just Showing There Advertisement on your computer, I go Into more Detail And Provide Links on how To do It Plus Other ways that cost nothing to make money. Once Again Great Post.
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  128. I actually came across this list late last year,,,,tbh it taught me ALOT. I have tried out IB, microwokers, ebay, fiverr and they are working for me at the moment. May i add that you are missing iwriter.com which is quite popular this days.

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  129. Wow! Impressive list, with tons of great information.

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  130. Weeew nice list brother. Do you know what method to make money online using payooner. Because I live in country which too difficult to make paypal account?

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    Eric G. Reply:

    I’m not sure about using Payooner…Haven’t had any experience with it, sorry!

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  131. I like your information… its been very very helpful in my quest to making money online… Right now facebook seems to be a real easy traffic getter for me… A picture is worth a thousand visits really… Now I’m stepping my game up to autresponders and such to add more income to my arsenal…

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  132. Thanks for the information cause I will definitely use it in my journey to make some good cash online… Right now facebook is a easy traffic getter for me… I guess a picture is worth a thousand visits if you find a high demand niche… But now I’m stepping it up with autoresponders to add to my arsenal for another stream of income… The plan is to get as many streams as possible by using the power of leverage… If anyone would like to know another legitimate work from home opportunity to add to your extra online income arsenal… click my name and it will take you to the site

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  133. There are certainly many ways to make money online, but it takes time and hard work before things start running smoother and you start earning. successful people are almost always positive and they never give up.
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  134. Great List! You have covered almost all the ad networks. I’ll need to bookmark this and come back to study it.

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  135. WOW. What a list Eric. You sure put a lot of time and thought into this article. Great Job

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  136. Great list of online money making ideas, Eric.

    I will need to read through your list again to see if I have missed anything that may come in handy..

    Have bookmarked site, also.

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  137. Good list but my google adsense was disabled. Any alternatives to google adsense?

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Actually, yes – here are some of the alternatives I’ve written about: http://www.my4hrworkweek.com/tag/adsense-alternatives/

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  138. Great list, I agree that sites like Fiverr are goldmine. You do not have any special skills and you can earn thousands of dollars. Just focus on services such as SEO and marketing.
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  139. Great list! Didn’t notice SwagBucks. I suggest you add it.

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  140. Great details, Eric.

    Even though this post was created more than 2 years ago. Most of the contents are still very applicable.

    Thank you for all your efforts to put everything together.

    I did not realize this is one of your most popular post on the first page of Google ranked for a highly competitive key words until I read your later blog posts. Great job! Very well done, Sir.
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  141. If you need some quick money either sell something or offer a service. There are many different websites where you can advertise your services for free. I think the best way is to invest in your own website and then advertise your services on your website. It makes you look more professional.

    Anyways. Great tips!

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  142. I found doing freelancing job is the best way to make money online. It worked for me. This list is definitely a great list. I learned a lot of ways of making money online from this post.

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  143. Hi Eric Gati,

    TagFoot.com and OnGoBee no longer exists.

    Regards,
    Kenny

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the heads up, Kenny – I went ahead and updated the list.

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  144. Another great way to make money online is to take paid surveys.There are a lot of companies that pay you to share your opinion.You simply answer questions about their products and services, and they pay you.A lot of people think that all paid surveys are scams.Actually that is not right.If you want to find quality and legitimate survey sites and start making money today, follow my tips.1)Join ONLY legitimate and free survey sites.You can find them on Google, but DON’T type broad keywords like “surveys”, or “paid surveys”.Instead, try something more specific, like “paid surveys with free registration” or “how to find legitimate surveys for money”.That way you will find better results.2)NEVER share your credit card information or your SSN.3)Try to find more information about the survey companies you plan to join by typing “YourSurveyCompanyName” + scams, forums, review.That way you will find more information about every site, you are interested in.4)Join several free survey companies.That way you will make more money.Hope that helps.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the tips, Jim!

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  145. Thanks for this list! You mentioned all the famous ways of making money online. basically this has become trademark to earn money online in lifestyle. I agree that sites like Fiverr are goldmine. I will need to read through your list again to see if I have missed anything that may come in handy. Also bookmarked. Thanks!
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  146. This is just Huge list bro. Very good Just 1 Suggestion please add adworkmedia also it is good cpa site.

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  147. This really is the ultimate list of ways to make money online. I have to say that I have been the most successful with affiliate programs. They seem to be the best way to make a chunk of cash. If you can find a good reliable one like I have, then you can make some good money online. It does take some time and effort though. Nothing in life is easy though. Just keep at it.

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  148. Hi Eric,
    That was a great article. I am a newbie but am very interested in this online money making thing. I found many great websites to utilize.
    As I said, I am a newbie so I will ask rudimentary questions.
    How do I get started? What do I sell? Can you help me?
    Thanks,
    Hwan

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    Eric G. Reply:

    There’s a lot to learn, so I’d recommend reading a little bit of everything to start out. The basic start that I usually recommend is article writing – you won’t get rich from it, but it will teach you some of the same basic skills (such as content creation and SEO) that you need to build a website. Try starting with InfoBarrel.com.

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  149. awesome! i didn’t know that there was so many ways of making money online! i will definitely try some of them. thank you! :)
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  150. Hi Eric,

    You are doing a great work helping many online users.
    I want a offline typing job so please suggest me for that .

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  151. Its a huge list man. I have been reading this thread for a long time… it has such a resourceful make money online opportunities..will help beginners get an idea.

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  152. Eric, I really like your stuff you post. I’m new to the blog but am excited to start following it.
    I’m just getting into Internet Marketing and have found ways to make money online. I have found success about affiliate programs. I would curious if I could write a guess post for you?

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Unfortunately, I don’t currently accept guest posts. I’ll let you know if that changes though!

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  153. Wow, great post, I didn,t know some of the money making sites here. Maybe I should try them now,

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Jayzz!

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  154. Great list!
    but you Didn’t notice infolinks a way to make money from PPC Advertising.

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  155. Another awesome article Eric. I’ve been silent spectator for so long on this blog and this fantastic article had broke off my silence :)
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks! :)

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  156. The big buzz at the moment is creating your own physical products and selling them on Amazon – you can get companies in China to brand items they already produce with your own packaging and branding. I’m trying this myself.
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Sounds interesting, Mark. Best of luck with it.

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  157. Great post, especially for a newbie like myself. I’m running around like a chicken with the head cut off, trying to figure out how to start, what to do, and who to trust. Every time I find a program that I think would help me get started. I end up getting scammed or pushed into up sells of programs that really don’t teach anything. I’m interested in doing affiliate marketing and it has not been easy. I know all this takes time and hard work which I’m willing to do. But I feel I’m being steered in so many directions.

    Again thanks for the great info.

    Kind Regards,

    JAM

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    Eric G. Reply:

    JAM, you’re right that it is tough to figure out what programs or information to trust. The sad truth is, most of it is garbage. There are so many great blogs and free information out there, however, that you should be able to get started on the right foot without spending a single dollar.

    The best advice I can give is take it one step at a time, and see each individual task through to completion. It’s easy to get distracted by the next “shiny object” (happens to me all the time), so it’s important to stay focused on whatever it is you’re working on.

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  158. Great article for earning money online. You select the best option that is very easy and common for all of us. The beginners will start work for earning money again by reading this article who were getting back. There are also many more job sites online from which site anyone can make money easily.
    Check for more information:
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  159. Thanks for these great tips! I have a website to make Money Online. Its Safe, Free and Reliable!

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  160. Wow, really impressive list. I like to read your post although you are not making much. I feel closer and we can work hard together.

    Pls continue to learn and source for more good income making methods.

    Cheers
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  161. Outstanding list post Eric, I too love list posts. Actually had to open up my Evernote and copy this stuff down. I’d like to share a couple of really outstanding resources for online business professionals: fizzleshow.com (These 3 guys are brilliant, they provide an online community and outstanding learning for new business owners) and Empire Flippers – (Both those guys are funny, smart and helpful, which is always important in a great resource!). Thanks and looking forward to more valuable stuff!

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment and additional resources, Janet. I appreciate it! :)

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  162. Wow, this is a really huge and awesome list! Thank you for sharing! <3

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  163. Hi Eric, You Have Written Great Content. Anyway, I am Interested About eBates. I just Visited There and Now Looking For Real Reviews of eBates. Can You Explain More About eBates?

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  164. Wow, it is crazy that if you could somehow generate a dollar a day from these sites that you could make 50 grand a year! That is unbelievable
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  165. Wow amazing list. Dear Admin really you help me very much unconsciously. Actually , my search really ends just after reading your excellent article here. Email marketing site, ppc, cpa etc all are important. I have no word left to say you thanks.

    Best Regards
    Dhiraj
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  166. Before I became a venture capitalist, I made money with bitcoins (bitcoins.org), buy.x (fai-enterprise.com/x.html) and also through kickstarter (kickstarter.com) to raise money for my business.

    Hope this helps those getting into the market!

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  167. Cashcrate is also a good online survey site
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  168. Hi Eric,

    geez… had really no idea that there are 142+ ways to make money online, but it all seem legit.

    Thanks for the research and create a list that can help many of us to develop “SUPER” Multiple-Streams of Internet Income :-)

    The only problem that many of your readers will have is to select the few that will make them most of the income very fast.

    I mean I also did Squidoo or Infobarrel, but ending up only with $8-30 per months, which was OK, since I invested that many on hosting and started creating some niche sites.

    It is very hard work and it really need people to dedicate their life to a success online, otherwise they will give up.

    I felt like that before.

    You see, all over the forums online, there are thousands of ways that you can make money online, but at least 99% of them will not create a sustainable passive income.

    So I hope that some of your readers will get this into perspective:

    1 – start creating a passive income fast by focusing only on one thing that will make the most profits.

    2 – only after you started to see the profits you have always wanted, diversify with the awesome selection of other ways to earn money online by using the exhausting list that Eric took the time to put together.

    Just my two cents :-)

    Brett
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the thoughtful comment, Brett!

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    Brett Slansky Reply:

    Thanks for having such an amazing blog! I am a reader myself, just never post anything :-) But really, I love all of your stuff…

    Keep it up! BTW…my favorite articles are those about the monthly stats… interesting.

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  169. Wow, this is truly a great post because I have came back to this post over 100 times. This is a great pillar article and I can see why it drives so much traffic.
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  170. Great way to make money

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  171. There are many options to earn from the internet, but the ways by which you have mentioned are new and creative as well as innovative.

    nice article.

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  172. Eric,

    Hands down without a doubt this has been the most concise, precise, and informative blog post about how to make money online. I am blown away! As a fellow internet marketer, I take off my hat to you sir.
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  173. Great list. Thank you. You have saved me lot of time searching.

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  174. WOW Eric, Thanks for the great info…

    Marketing is one of the essential key elements we are need to run a successful business Online or Off Line…

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  175. Hi Eric,

    What an astounding thorough post!

    Really you covered all bases I could think of, and more.

    So happy I stumbled upon in.

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Ryan!

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  176. Dear Sir / Mr. Eric Gati,

    A great and moneyful information for FREE, you deserves all credit on your meritorious work.

    I have gone through several list like this but did not get interested, but your introduction try each one and even if each gives $1, then it will become $52000 in a year is a Booster for me.

    Many many thanks for the great and free work.

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  177. So interesting. I’m trying to build a blog about Internet marketing tools. It’s great to know you Eric

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  178. Great article mate. A lot of these tactics work. It’s amazing how much money there is on the internet these days.
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