Making Money Online: The Sites That Inspire You?
September 2, 2008 12:02pm CST
Who do you look up to in the make money online niche? Who (or which site) inspires/inspired you to give earning online a go? For me, these are the blogs I visit often for inspiration/ to keep me going: - www.ittybiz.com - www.theuniversitykid.com - www.inspiredmoneymaking.com - www.chrisblogging.com - www.deanhunt.com - www.selfmadechick.com - www.bloggernoob.com - www.thewritersmanifesto.com/blog Which blogs inspire you?
3 Sep 08
I like Nick Daws writing blog http://www.mywritingblog.com/writer/ I also like http://doublemywaytoamillion.blogspot.com/ http://www.therichestmaninatherstone.co.uk/wealth/ and, of course, http://getpaidtofart.blogspot.com/
• United Kingdom
3 Sep 08
Hi paid2write Thanks for sharing. I'm glad you've found a group of sites you can perhaps pass through for some inspiration (and tips, too, I guess). I've never heard of them apart from the last one (nudge, nudge; wink, wink), so will have a look. Hope you're having a fab week (erm, even with the summer we hardly had!) take care now...
3 Sep 08
Of the millions of online programs that claim to have the capacity to make their members rich, I have found 3 to be highly credible, realistic and sustainable. I particularly find these 3 to be inspiring and reassuring because they do not lay claim to overnight wealth. Rather, they honestly disclose, right from the onset, that only hardwork and patience would lead to success in them. Above all, they are all free, or almost so, to join and keep for ever... and they are all open to all peoples all over the world. The first one is, indeed, a conglomeration of money-making opportunities carefully warehoused under one roof, requiring only one signup. I fondly refer to it as Quicken Your Affluence Online, with hardwork and painstaking patience, though. This several-in-one program is entirely free and even pays a signup bonus of $15 to new members to test the waters and/or as setup capital. One need not add a cent to this to reap a steady flow of moderate incomes for ever. Online shopping, with generous rebates and several other incentives, is the hallmark of the second one. The program is available worldwide and is absolutely free. It is highly honest, simple and sustainable, but does not hide the fact that one's success at it depends on purchases and downline building. These are very simple conditions since one would always have to buy one thing or the other anyway. Making money and reaping other incentives in the process of buying what one would buy anyway, in addition to indirectly engaging in philanthropy through some world-changing activities of the program, attests to the rare possibility of "eating one's cake and having it". In this case, the cake even gets bigger and tastes better! Last but not least is a program which enriches members while not leaving the owners unrewarded. The member-focus stance of this program marks it out from others which use members to enrich the owners. With a once-for-all purchase of cheap ($5 only!) but highly valuable ebooks and other digital products, members are granted unlimited reseller rights perpetually. In addition, it has other advanced opportunities for members desiring bigger incomes and bigger business status. In actual fact, it was through this program that I learnt of how and why I had been a victim to many online scams in the past. I term this program the "honest eye opener". Who says all online programs are scams? They must be those that have not come across the 3 highlighted above. Now, their frustrating searches have ended with this new discovery. I proudly refer to the 3 programs alternately as the "Three Top" or "My Top 3", and they are displayed at the homepage of www.gembizhomewealth.com. PS: This article is an adaptation from the original one I published at gembiz.qassia.com
• United Kingdom
3 Sep 08
Hi gbolly54 I'm beginning to think that perhaps I've phrased my question unclearly. What I wanted to know was: what websites (in the arena of making money online) do you tend to visit frequently for inspiration and motivation. For example, I visit chrisblogging.com because it's a blog about freelance writing and offers advice and tips in that area. I visit theuniversitykid.com because he inspires me to just get on with it, to quit the drama and JUST DO IT. So, I ask again: are there any blogs you tend to visit almost everyday to get you going? NOT MONEYMAKING PROGRAMS, but blogs written by people making money online that keep you going.