Are You Earning A Full-time Income Online (Or At Least $30 A Day)? If So, How?

@browneyed (2522)
United Kingdom
May 12, 2017 4:11am CST
Hello, I've been making money online for some years now, but it's been part-time income at best - and occasionally, more than that. I'd like to push the boat out and make at least $30 a day. I'm not going in with rose-tinted glasses. I know it's possible. I came close years ago for a few months ($600, $700). I've also seen how much some people have made, so I know it's attainable. I'm interested in knowing if any of you are making $30 a day or more online? (I don't mean on myLot. I more than know that's not possible.) / And if you don't mind sharing, how? Thanks.
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@m_audrey6788 (58482)
• Germany
12 May 17
I do not know because online works is not for everyone but I think I can share my friends working online..I believe that her profession helped her got a good work online since she knows about book keeping jobs online..I believe there are a lot of online jobs in the UK::Wish you Good luck.
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
12 May 17
Do you know how much she makes online? Thanks for the luck.
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• Germany
12 May 17
@browneyed..She told me..30 to 45k in peso per month..but if you are in UK I think you can make more far better
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
12 May 17
@m_audrey6788 - So that's about £470 to £700 a month. For bookkeeping, yes, I guess more can be made per month in the UK. Thanks for sharing.
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@ilocosboy (45157)
• Philippines
12 May 17
Its too far from my everyday earning, maybe only at 1 dollar, but occasionally
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
12 May 17
Cool.
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@Shavkat (137321)
• Philippines
12 May 17
I sometimes reached $30 a day by teaching online.
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
12 May 17
Where were you teaching online, Shavkat? And what were you teaching?
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@Shavkat (137321)
• Philippines
13 May 17
@browneyed I teach Chinese students online. I am connected to a company.
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
13 May 17
@Shavkat - Cooool. What do you teach them? Also, on the days you've made $30, how long has it taken you? Does the job fully support you financially?
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@CRK109 (14558)
• United States
15 May 17
I am not but I'd love to know where the real jobs are so that I could make more than I'm making now.
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
15 May 17
I hadn't really been looking for work 'til a few weeks ago when I found out I'd be losing my part-time job (last day was yesterday). I've applied to Cambly (teaching English online), Babbletype (as a proofreader, but they're also looking for transcriptionists & translators) and a couple other places. I'm yet to start with most of them. I've also gone back to some of the sites I wasn't using much: uTest.com (a testing site) and Nicetalk (teaching English via my smartphone), and Prolific Academic (survey site). I also recently came across a site called Ping Pong (testing site) and have done my first assignment for 20 euros. Was enjoyable. Link below if you want to join. I've joined a lot of relevant Facebook groups, and subscribed to more relevant pages on Reddit. I check those frequently. Here are some of the groups/pages I joined: - Work From Home (without selling anything): https://www.facebook.com/groups/virtualassistantinternship - Earning At Home: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewahwife/ - Real Ways to Earn: https://www.facebook.com/groups/realwaystoearn/ - Work Online: https://www.reddit.com/r/WorkOnline/ - For Hire: https://www.reddit.com/r/forhire/ Ideally, I'd like to earn $30 a day from one place, but I'm open to juggling a handful of income sources to make it. I'm finding the latter way more enjoyable, exciting and interesting. What I've learnt over the past couple of weeks is that there is work out there. I've come across jobs I'm either not interested in or am not qualified for. Good writing jobs, social media jobs, web dev jobs, etc. There's also a lot of demand for online English teaching/tutoring if you have any qualifications in that area. I don't, but there are places that don't require it (like NiceTalk, Palfish and Cambly). With NiceTalk, I got in with my degree - I think with Cambly too. I'm not sure Palfish requires a degree, but I can't join it because of the make of my phone.
Test apps online remotely and share your feedback
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@browneyed (2522)
• United Kingdom
15 May 17
@CRK109 - You're very welcome. :-). I shared the links exactly for that reason, in case you didn't know about them. Good luck with those. I hope you secure some gigs. Ah, it's OK re: losing the job, but thanks. It's a blessing in disguise as I wouldn't have looked for and found some of the opportunities that I've found. It was the push I needed.
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@CRK109 (14558)
• United States
15 May 17
@browneyed What great research you've done! I didn't know about most of these, so I will begin checking things out. Thank you so much and I sure hope you find something. I've very sorry to hear that you've lost your other job.
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