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A starting point?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Adowning703, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. Adowning703

    Adowning703 Junior Member

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    Hey guys

    I've got about £50 to invest play around with. Just purchased a car and insurance (£2000 for insurance) so looking to make money from the internet (aren't we all?). I've got quite a broad range of skills and I'm looking to start off earning a bit of cash on the Internet. I'm at college along with a part time job. Not looking to make mega bucks but a constant £50 a week would be nice. Any ideas that could get me going. I know it's not gonna be instant payouts and it will mean work...

    Thanks for input


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  2. buchner

    buchner Junior Member

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    Start with Fiverr, it will get you going, then when you make some cash from that, invest in a domain and hosting and put some good content on it, make sure it is all authentic content, not spinned and copied. This of course will gain you more organic traffic. Don't put adsense or cpa on it until you are seeing close to 100-300 uniques visitors a day. Make sure to optimize your website so users want to stay on it longer, and maybe click an ad!

    or do it the cheap way

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  3. remac22

    remac22 Newbie

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    lol. Or if you have any real skills in life, you can always create an ebook teaching people how to do something. Just do your keyword research first and find yourself a nice niche with lots of searches and lots of long-tail keywords. The fastest way to start making money with a site is by ranking for tons of tiny long tails.

    Oh, also it's easy to make money selling stuff on Amazon if you want to create a seller account. Even ebooks!
     
  4. Adowning703

    Adowning703 Junior Member

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    I have £50 ( around $80 ) to spend so I can get domains and whatnot. I have hosting already. Just don't know what to do. Autoblogging, blogging, niche sites, amazon sites, adsense sites etc. I'm wanting something that can make some decent revenue really. I can invest more if needed. I can't really use fiverr because I don't have or want paypal accounts. :/.


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  5. Adowning703

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    And I'd prefer something where I learn something. That would be nice.


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  6. battlepope

    battlepope Registered Member

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    Trust me, no matter what route you take you will learn plenty. I never realized how much went into making a site and monetizing it until recently and i still have a lot left to learn. The first thing that you need to do is figure out what niche you are going to be tapping in to. There are many great posts on this site related to that and all you need to do is a little bit of research. I may not be able to help you out a whole lot with that but one thing I can tell you for sure is that you have a difficult road ahead of you and there will be plenty of people trying to f**k you over but your success will come down to perseverance, hard work, and a f**k you too attitude. Good luck.
     
  7. Adowning703

    Adowning703 Junior Member

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    What's a good way to start monetizing a site once it's got good traffic for a beginner. Advice much appreciated also thanks b


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  8. counselor_X

    counselor_X Regular Member

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    Adsense is where it all started for me, and if you can think of any good digital products / services to sell then that would also be good. Not wanting a paypal account is a little closed minded in my opinion. I can't even think of how many thousands of dollars I would lose without a paypal account.
     
  9. Adowning703

    Adowning703 Junior Member

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    Paypal don't like me for blackhat eBay methods I used as a noob.


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