I'm looking to work from home. Any ideas?
I'm disabled & unable to work a normal job. I'm trying to find some work to do from home that I can actually do. The freebie thing worked great for awhile, & actually helped me cut my debt in half. It seems to have hit a wall lately though. I do several survey sites, but that isn't enough on a regular basis. I'm not looking to sell stuff on ebay or through telemarketing. I tried telemarketing, & I just clam up. Do any of you know of anything out there? I see these data entry things all the time. Are they legit. Any help would be appreciated.
Do you have any programming experience? You might try seeing if you can work for RentACoder.
[quoteeae8329261="CollidgeGraduit"]Do you have any programming experience? You might try seeing if you can work for RentACoder.[/quoteeae8329261]
No, I don't have any programming experience. I made it almost to my junior year of college before I had to quit because of my disabilities. I had a easy 3.3, so I am capable of a more technical type job. I'm just scared of getting scammed.
Build websites. When I started a few months ago, I knew nothing. In 4 months, I've made more than the average American makes in a year, while in HS. Infinite potential. Read up this forum called "Digital Point". It's the biggest webmaster forum out there. You really don't need to know any programming to be successful. Every site I've made, was made using a simple script called wordpress. Heck, I barely know html. Just the very basics like .
I agree that building websites can be profitable, if you find a niche. However you still need to follow the the adsense rules if you're going to earn money via adsense. As ti stands now, look forward to google suspending your account.
Try Avon. If you're proactive enough you can make a killing. well not a killing, but it could help. Or you could sell your soul and do either of the following Write essays for college kids. They'll pay you $45 a pop.
Go on packy runs for 10th graders, all they want is some blackberry brandy anyway.
[quote095d449115="TravMan162"]Try Avon. If you're proactive enough you can make a killing. well not a killing, but it could help. Or you could sell your soul and do either of the following Write essays for college kids. They'll pay you $45 a pop.
Go on packy runs for 10th graders, all they want is some blackberry brandy anyway.[/quote095d449115]
He's looking for serious advice, if you can't be serious, please don't post.
I was. Avon. My mom is also disabled and she pays some bills down with that. The other crap was just, well, crap.
Why would Google suspend my account? I know how adsense works, and have earned quite a bit through them. My site isn't violating the Adsense TOS.
a starting point would be that you've got nudity on the site. there are at least two other easy violations as well.
Psh, Those are barely nudity. I've seen exact pictures on well known sites that use adsense. Plus "nudity" isn't a violatnion.
# Pornography, adult, or mature content
It's quite a stretch to call it even mature content. The only other possible violation i see if the ads being cut off on some parts, Which will be remedied soon. Name the violations you see please.
LLee93 - if yon ignore the off-topic nature of my previous comments - KnightTrader has actually a really good example of a likely money-making website. He has a good domain name, a nice design, and the information on his site that someone searching for that person would want to find. Displaying ads on the site (in this case adsense) that are relevant to the person using the site (adsense does this for you) makes the visitors likely to click on the ads, and therefore, make money for KnightTrader.
Topic starter, If you want some good resources, check these links out (after you learn the basics through trial and error)
Keyword search volume tool (How many times a keyword is searched daily)
Find a niche, start with something with little competition. For the site in my signature, I did an actor / model that was searched ~2,300 times daily. I'm hoping to get on page 1 of google for the actors name, thus creating a fair amount of traffic. Then multiplying the results by as many smaller sites as I make. Jolene Blalock only has ~85,000 results on google, and some of the first page search results are. Lame to say the least. Ranking shouldn't be too difficult. Except, google seems to dislike the domain, probably because it was already registered at one point, and may have had bad reputation from the years it was owned by someone else. I'll have to wait to see if I can pull the rankings back up.