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Lookings for motivation/tips/suggestions.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Anython, May 6, 2014.

  1. Anython

    Anython Newbie

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    Hey Guys :)

    So like the title says, I'm just seeking out motivation/tips/suggestions.

    I have goals in mind which are to make between $20-$40 per day consistently. As low as that sounds, with that type of money I can actually quit my 60 hour workweek job and stay at home full time.

    I figure if I can quit my job and make the minumum of $20-$40 per day then I can start having some extra time to work on some real projects with my time (which isn't much

    Would any of you have some words of wisdom for me? lol I already check over the journey section here and have tried multiple methods (mostly Youtube) but don't ever end up having much luck because I have poor writing skills. I would ssometimes make some money with Youtube, like I would get sometimes have a lucky day where I make $50 or $70 but it doesn't last long and takes a lot of work, and it's never consistent. I would think I find something that works, and upscale but my efforts would just go wasted.

    I have strong programming skils and wouldn't even mind ffreelancing, but I find it's impossible to consistently find clients. I've even tried fiverr but every gig I've ever created gets 0 orders.

    Part of it too is probably because I don't have much money to spend. But I have lots of the tools I could use like scrapebox or MVB/MVD.

    Thoughts? Sorry I sound like a noob :) I am one lol But not looking to get spoonfed.
     
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    uncutu Power Member

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    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    It's tough to break into anything worth doing without some kind of investment. Some people have had success with YT, but I never really went for that.
    For freelancing, have you tried sites like oDesk, Elance, and the like? I'd imagine that'd be much better than Fiverr for freelance programming.

    My motivation is, and has always been, freedom. Freedom is the key to your shackles, dangling just out of reach. Most people never find a way to unfetter themselves. I will.
    I hope you do, too.
     
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  4. Anython

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    Thank you so much guys. I'm hoping soon I will figure something out.

    ArVandelay, are those Freelancing sites better than Freelancer.com? I haven't used them but I've tried finding work on forums and Freelancer.com and on Freelancer I never ever have been able to win a bid, even though I always post the lowest bid and time range. On forums I'm occasionally able to find clients and I one time even made $200 off of one guy. It was only supposed to be $50 but he was so happy with my work he gave me a tip. The people I have worked for have been really happy with me.

    Anyways, I'll try out those sites, but I just hope they are better than Freelancer in terms of winning bids.

    I'm also trying out some clickbank stuff and have probably uploaded like 100-150 videos to youtube now and it's been a couple days now and each of the videos are getting some views. I'm seeing a lot of them with about 10 views each. But haven't gotten any sales at all.... Even just as a test I'm copying other people videos to try and convert, but still not having luck. In the past I've put a lot of work into Amazon(with SEO--which I'm not too good at) and clickbank and have yet to receive any sales.