Best sites to use to make money online?

United States
September 13, 2008 8:57pm CST
Right now I have my eyes on: Helium -- Havent used it yet, but they say they pay top dollar for everything you write for them... I'm just not sure what "top dollar" means in their definition, perhaps someone here would care to elaborate? Mylot -- The way I look at it is every discussion and reply that you start is equal to a penny each, that's the way I choose to look at it, because it rules out all the guessing, it can't be any less than a penny -- impossible. AdultMaven -- Ok I'm going to try and be as low-key as possible because i know this is a sensitive area for mylot admins... this is a site where you watch 'certain' free movies, review them, get paid $4-$15 for it + $0.03 commission for every time somebody views each review and those 3 cents add up QUICK!!! Associated Content -- Pays $3-$5 per article, great site, only problem is they take too long to publish your stuff, 2 week wait per article which doesn't really inspire me to write much. EditPost -- A writing assignment site, you pick an assignment, which they have plenty of, write it and get it in by the deadline, they pay you. DayTipper -- Get paid $50-$100 a tip you submit. ReviewStream -- Get paid $0.40 for every review you write on practically anything. I want to start making enough money to eventually replace my job. I know its possible. Currently I'm using mylot and Adultmaven. I used Associated Content briefly, only submitted 4 articles, because they take too long to publish stuff. I dont want to use too many sites because that's how people go crazy. I'll use another site as long as the submitting-waiting to be published period doesn't take forever. I'll replace associated content with helium if i knew more about how much they pay exactly.
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14 responses
@Ldyjarhead (10161)
• United States
14 Sep 08
Please don't put what you think myLot pays per post or discussion, myLot frowns on that. Even though you don't say it is absolute, others will read this and think that's what they will get and that's just not true. There are so many factors involved, but they won't see that part, they'll just want their penny per post. It's against myLot guidelines to post it for that very reason.
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• United States
14 Sep 08
Ldyjar, I wasn't saying that's what they pay for sure. I'm saying that is the "way" that "I" see it, meaning that anyone else can choose whichever way they want to see it. Others always think what they want regardless of what you say or do. It's not like you can post anything with one line in it on my lot and get paid for it, I never said anything like that.
@Ldyjarhead (10161)
• United States
14 Sep 08
You've totally missed my point, but that's ok.
• Philippines
15 Sep 08
Yeah! I think promoting other sites, of same interest to mylot would be a violation to the terms.
• China
14 Sep 08
hello handsomeitaliao: thanks for your information.may i ask what is your job? why you have so much time to use these websites and post some discussions. i only use mylot, it took me much time.I sparetime is few. but by the way, i'm interested in your advice. can you give me the detailed wesbite address? I 'm not familar with them.
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• United States
14 Sep 08
I'm an EMT who's starting out, but I get paid CRAP. I work for a private company. Bottom line is I have to raking in cash outside of work. And I hate anything that has to do with referrals, I use mylot for everything except for referrals -- Due to my experience with working with people as a team, if you want something done the right way, u have to do it yourself, unless you're paying those people a lot of money. If you want the addresses, please message me, i'm afraid I will get banned if I write them out here.
@JayJashG (290)
• India
14 Sep 08
Its nice to hear new names that really pay other than the regulars like PPP and social spark. Well thanks for the information! :)
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@mommyfied (243)
14 Sep 08
wow! thank you so much for your post, handsomeitaliano! this will help me a lot. i'd like to increase my income via the ever-reliable internet. your post has opened my eyes to a lot more sites. goodluck to you, man!
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• India
14 Sep 08
Currently I am at my lot and nothing more. I want that some sites which can pay more for my writing. Are there standards to measure the writing or they accept what you write. What you have to Adultmavaen. How it pay and what. Please do write.
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@snowy22315 (36328)
• United States
14 Sep 08
There are alot of articles that Reviewstream pays two dollars for. They are my preffered site at the moment. Triond is another site you might want to investigate they pay royalties anytime someone views your article. I know alot of people have made good money on Triond. There are other social forums that pay money to post also.
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@Sean_Jean (269)
• Canada
14 Sep 08
Wow, those are alot of websites. Hmm AdultMaven caught my eye for a second.. Untill i figred out what it was.. Haha.. Anyways Good luck to you, and have funn!
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• India
15 Sep 08
hey please post the proofs so that i can believe these sites.. Donot post anything without uploading a proof.. So that people can beleive..
@zhuuraan (967)
• United States
14 Sep 08
I have heard lots of good things about Helium, but I don't think it is worth it. I haven't written much on there, but as of now I have one penny to my name. I've been paid at least $20 on Associated Content and so to me it is much more worth it. Even if only by page views, as long as I make an article here and there, I can make money with it and not do all that much. I think helium might be better if either you can spread the word about your stuff, which I am no good at, or you can write for things in the marketplace, or maybe if you can write articles that always hit the top five in a category. I am not any good at any of these things and so for me, it has not been a worthwhile experience.
@tushark1 (117)
• India
14 Sep 08
There are many sites on internet that you can earn enough maoney every month. Its like pocket money. But if you work hard then you can get handsom pay. Mechanical turk--This is very goog site as just work on interested task you like and get paid. Commision junction--This is also one of best way to earn money. Just make references.
• India
14 Sep 08
yes
• India
14 Sep 08
you have mentioned these sites for earning on line. Please tell me more that upto know how much you have earned on line. It is sufficient for supplementing the family earnings. If so can we earn this much by dedicating with the single site. Please comment further.
• United States
14 Sep 08
Thanks for the post. This all looks very helpful and I am sure I will use it in the future.
@geekyjock (371)
• Philippines
14 Sep 08
Hey thanks for giving out some great sites to consider. Just Like you I'm also trying to find some opportunities on the internet and hoping to have a "permanent" good income from it. Just like you I'm not really contented with what I'm earning. By the way I'm just a free lance graphic designer and especially doing free lance it's not a steady earning thing especially on the art industry. And because I refused to be a corporate sucker, I'm having a hard time earning big. But it gave me the time to think and to generate ideas and the time to post here in mylot lol! But lately I've been thinking of swallowing all my principle and pride and to start sucking up on the corporate world. But thanks to you I've found some alternatives and maybe, just maybe I could make big on the internet! thnks buddy!