Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lasniicy, Jan 1, 2017.
Any proven method of earning $300 a week for Newbies?
prostitution is a great start
There are some methods for 10$/week waiting to be scaled 30x...
+1 for prostitution
read up and work hard.
or if you are lazy you can work hard too.
Figure out your way of earning that amount weekly. Read every single article on this forum and you will have enough knowledge to start doing something profitable.
upwork and fiverr
fiverr is great
Not giving up and patience. Rome wasn't built in a day.
try fiverr marketplace... It's easy & fits for newbies
There are many great methods available across this forum. I suggest you take a look around and see what you think you may be able to capitalize upon.
By making a thread like this it shows me you are not really ready to put in the work required to make the amount you desire.
When you find something you want to give a try, remember that you will more than likely fail the first couple attempts. It can take a long time to find something profitable that works for you, but when you find it it's worth the work.
Best of luck.
Nothing is going to be spoon fed to you mate. Do your reseaech
Do not fall for the try Fivver or Upwork you honestly have a better chance at a blow job from Queen Elizabeth than making money on Fiverr or Upwork.
Once you nail a method its more about scaling it, something earning you $1 per week scaled 300 times will help you reach your goal.
Step 1 - Grab a lawn mower.
Step 2 - Now equip a gallon of gas to go with that lawn mower.
Step 3 - Take the lawn mower & gallon of gas door to door, only knocking on houses with un-cut grass.
Step 4 - Profit!
This may not be an online allowance for a kid such as yourself (predicted because grown-ups don't ask these questions.)
but it can get you pointed in the right direction of how to get up off your ass & actually take action!
Internet marketing, whether whitehat, blackhat, greyhat. Blogging, niche affiliate sites, CPA, social media. Everything takes time. Are you willing to work for little at first that will grow to more slowly? You aren't going to make $300 your first week, you'll make maybe $10, scale it up continue, learn from your mistakes, there's no sure-fire guide that without your own twist will work everytime. Are you willing to work for almost nothing at first to learn, and create something actually worth it? Don't take shortcuts, if you're using social media, don't fake your shit. Automate it sure. Building a site? Get real links, don't spam it. Become an authority for google and you'll pay out eventually. You don't even have to be a "skilled" worker. Don't know HTML? Spend 2 hours reading the basics, you'll be able to do basic edits on HTML you have. Use tools provided to you, WordPress for blogs is great. Trying to create landing pages for CPA/Social media? Use instapage or something like it, then scrape it with httrack and host it yourself if you can. Find something you are willing to invest your time into and you will pay out eventually. Have money to start up? Great, use some of it. Look more professional, but don't buy useless shit. A simple minimalistic logo from fiverr can do the job for social media, sometimes even blogs. Know how to write? Great start writing. Research your topic, you don't have to be an expert, find what the experts say, and make it readable for everyone.
This forum is filled with great methods ... there's no dearth of methods that work.
If I had a dollar for every one of these threads I'd have nearly $300 a week!
Don't go with the common websites like fiverr. You need to build up a reputation first. Try something else
Honestly, Fiverr can work, but it takes time, work, and promotion just like anything else. Getting traffic to your gig is just as hard as getting traffic to anything else.
If you have any valuable skills, you can always try freelancing. Arbtitrage also works great and its how i made my first online income. I found a cheap, quality source for manual backlinks, repackaged everything and then resold them for 2 or 3 times the original price.
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