How Much Have You Made So Far Online in 2009

United States
September 30, 2009 9:24am CST
I've noticed many of you have been talking about how you have been doing things here and there online to produce some extra income. Many of you do it part-time and a select few do it full-time. How much money have you made online alone, in 2009?
8 responses
@kerryns (55)
• Australia
1 Oct 09
I've lost money - an embarrasing amount - so I am madly looking for a rael opportunity to earn a real and regular income online. My mistake was getting caught up in Forex and Intraday markets. I'm not a fan of trying to get referrals unless it is a legitimate opportunity with a real income for everybody involved. As yet I haven't found anything that doesn't scream scam. Feel free to push me in the right direction. I need to find a way to make some money to pay off the debt I created and to help my family through these tough times. Glad it's going well for you though.
• Canada
30 Sep 09
Hi, I have just started online earnings a few months ago, and I can tell you it is going well. I might have made $200, but I am making about $7-10 a day now because of the programs I invest in. I hope to increase it soon :)
• United States
1 Oct 09
Congratulations! $7-10 a day is a great start. When you first start making money online it's a great feeling, isn't it? The best part is that once you start earning some, you now have money that you didn't have before to throw out and reel in even more. You've obviously found something that's working for you. Now that it's earning for you, go out and double your efforts. Make a goal to be making $20 or $30 a day by this time NEXT month. It's a proven fact that making goals and sticking by them helps you to actually accomplish what it is you're after. And here's the key part: BELIEVE IN YOURSELF. Believe that you CAN do it. And if you see your earnings double, keep pushing yourself more and more until you've reached a plateau where your earnings have stayed a consistent amount for a couple of months. Then what you do is BRANCH OUT. Find other things that make money for you. That's another thing everyone should understand. When it comes to making money online. NEVER depend on one method alone. Who knows, it may be around forever, but on the off chance it isn't, you don't want to be the one weeping when it fades away because you've lost your one source of income. Once you find one thing that works and have it making money for you consistently, find other ways. ALWAYS have multiple income streams. Rule of thumb. Again, congrats. To your continued success, Bradley Jones Founder, My Life Finance
@Bionicman (3964)
• Czech Republic
30 Sep 09
Around $600. Mainly thanks to hotfile.
@sasalove (1710)
• China
30 Sep 09
I did not reach the minimum to cash out the money until now, I am working hard on it only if I have time to make. But i find that it is very hard to get earning roll up high unless you have many referals or do task. Happy myLotting!!
@cripfemme (7713)
• United States
30 Sep 09
I've made $79.85, as of today. If I really push hard, I'll make payout here. I'm $1.16 away on the last day that goes toward this month. I've been to busy with other work. I'm editing a grant application that's due tomorrow by 5pm and organizing interviews for my new column on examiner.com
• United States
30 Sep 09
Well hey, if it's not your primary income, you have nothing to worry about. It's just extra cash for you. And there's nothing wrong with that, either. Keep working at it!
@mothma (138)
• United States
30 Sep 09
Not much at all, I've just started though. I have a $1 payout request from donkeymails, but that's it.
• United States
30 Sep 09
Hey, everyone's gotta start somewhere. Donkeymails is one of the better paid-to-read programs, though. I will say that much. If you really want to increase your earnings, work on getting referrals. Referrals are the key to big money on programs like that. You should also check out CashCrate, InboxDollars, FusionCash, and The Cash Grab. All solid, paying programs. And like I said, if you rake in the referrals, you'll also rake in the cash.
• United States
30 Sep 09
I work as an independent contractor for ChaCha, I have made well over 600 dollars so far this year. I did not add them all up, but I cash out every week. It will not make you rich, but it is a nice supplement to my part time job.
• United States
30 Sep 09
Nothing wrong with that. $600 is pretty good on ChaCha. I opened an account on there earlier in the year and never touched it lol.
@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
30 Sep 09
Lol, not much... Welcome to mylot. I am not sure where this discussion is going but I wanted to give you a heads up that if it is a lead in for a referal or affiliate program you are promoting, that such discussions are forbidden here on my lot and will be deleted by the admins. Anyway, again, welcome to mylot.
• United States
30 Sep 09
Just starting a friendly discussion on earnings for 2009. Nothing more. Thanks for the welcome, though!