Do you think online earning is no good compared to being employed?

July 27, 2010 11:52pm CST
As for now, I've got nothing to do and Mylotting serves as a good outlet to ease boredom. I already stop all my PPC sites because i think I'm just wasting my time doing all the clicking. I'm planning to have a business that I will earn at least 15-20 dollars a day which i cant earn here in the internet. Even being employed in the office or any ordinary job is much better than doing this. Do you have any idea how the earnings here can be compared in doing an ordinary job or having a business?
2 responses
@sirrob (4112)
• Philippines
29 Jul 10
In my side, that just depends on what kind of day job you have had. In my part, I don't think I can exchange my online money making with my work right now, what I mean is that, I love doing both but my priority is my day which which earns me better (if not great). Although it is risky at times but it's one of the most interesting and exciting job in the world. So I just make online money making as a pass time ans while there's nothing to be done after work. On the other hand, I an curious on what kind of business you're going to have with 20 dollars a get profit.
@bloggeroo (2171)
• Philippines
28 Jul 10
A real world job is still better in many respects compared to online jobs. But if you have contact with your online employer then working online is just to facilitate communication across long distances. It is best to combine the strengths of both online and offline work. With internet technologies, we can move information across vast distances instantly. In the real world, we come in contact with people and develop relationships. With the two combined, it is possible to work for or with a lot of people anywhere in the world. With this perspective, it is easier to reconcile earning online and offline. You no longer make a distinction. You go about living your life in the real world and using the internet to sell or transact business.