making real money online

United States
January 20, 2008 5:47pm CST
For those of you who are consistently making enough money online to support yourselves fully or mostly, could you give us an idea of how much time each day, and how many days each week this takes you? Can you do it in the amount of time a normal full time job takes, like 40 hours a week, or does it take much more? If you want/need to take a day off here and there, or get sick, does it put you far, far behind, like you're starting over, or do you just pick right back up again? If someone really applies themselves, how long should it take someone to get to that level -- say, $1000-$2000 each month? Thanks!
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• Cambodia
20 Jan 08
Realistically it can take 3 months like it can take 10 years depending on many factors which include yourself. So you have to PLAN, ACT, CHECK and IMPROVE to forecast the time it would take.
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• Cambodia
21 Jan 08
As for me I'm planning to make between 5000 and 10000$ per month within ten years knowing I have a salaried job today which allow me to take the necessary time. Don't forget Einstein's E=mC^2 the C factor includes time which is power square this means time is a huge factor if you can afford it.
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@jamlecat (59)
• Canada
21 Jan 08
To start out, you have to build and find buyers and leads and get your name of your site out there through marketing online and offline, so your first yr. that is what you should concentrate on. Check the stock market to make sure the products or services you retail are hot in the market. I know i have been in business online for 5 years and i make about 500/month. It takes big accounts/sales to really make the money. My business gives you a free web-site, marketing materials and ideas for on and offline, and free weekly support and a FAQ section. Check out www.MYLD.net/?honeycat and sign-up and start making money free!
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• United States
21 Jan 08
I have heard of people making a lot of money on the internet but known that I know personally. To me anything can be said on the internet but that doesn't make it so. I have big doubts whether a person can make enough to quit a job. I do believe you can make some extra money on the internet but not a lot. But that is only my opinion. I have done some quote money making sites and nothing comes of it. I have been paid here but there again it is just small amount of money.
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@Terese (158)
• United States
31 Mar 08
Hi thedogshrink I make an extra $800-$1000 very part time each month. I own a Fitness Center so I work almost 50 hours a week outside the home. I actually found a website that is a resource for companies to post job openings. The companies that post job openings are hiring people to work from home. I work for 2 companies currently and I get paid once a week from one of them and once a month from the other. It is great and it is steady income. If you want to check it out you can go to www.sohojobs.org I probably put in about 10-15 hours a week, depending on how I schedule my time. Thanks for the discussion, this is great :o) Best to you ~ Teri K (id:au8tkat) "Working from home thanks to sohojobs.org"