How's your extra money making online so far?

United States
January 10, 2010 6:05pm CST
Do you like what you are doing? Can you still spend more time online for this type of activity? Do you still see yourself doing thesame stuffs in the future? I started earning online since 2007, there were times that I easily earned the money without spending much time online and it was $500 (2008) and $5k last year. It's all about your skills and talents (instructional video making about learning and trying godaddy smartspace product respectively) and it was not something that I searched online. I first learned about the video contest when someone posted it in the forum that she won 3rd prize $300 and I made a try while the smartspace stuff was I saw it the godaddy website when I was about to buy a domain. First join paid bloggings before those prices and although I earned around $1500 for more than a year, for me it was a hard work of spending more time online plus promoting your blog or websit, trying to get up early to catch up some good offers, and researching, reading the advertisers' web site, editing and publishing. That's why I told my self, " I need a break from this." Now, I quit blogging. But I am encouraging everyone to do, if you have not tried to. Because you might like it. For me, English is my second or third language, and I need to edit and be cautious about some grammars but anyway, they will just ask you to resubmit and check your grammar. Mid 2009, I joined some residual earning sites and it works for me, being lazy and just wait for money to come in my paypal. End of 2009, I joined PTC's and invested from money that I can not get back. It all turned into scam. How about you guys? Any experiences to share with us?
1 response
@kaylachan (4775)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
13 Jan 10
I've never put too much stalk in things where money just comes to you without putting hardly any effort in it. Of course I haven't done much online earning, just started really trying when I found mylot about two months ago. So far I've earned enough for my first payout, and I'm hoping things will only get better in the end. I didn't make much, but if I learn how to maximize my time I should have a bit of breathing room should I need it.