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One month to make $1,000

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by florflor, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. florflor

    florflor Senior Member

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    I need to make a grand or ideally more within a month.

    Now I know I could just chrun out articles for $5 a piece but that is a waste of my time and will give me really bad backache sitting at the PC that long.

    I'm thinking of releasing a WSO. Done it before with some success.


    Any other methods that will make me this kind of money (at least a grand) in a month? I'm not interested in long term, I need the money fast. And to be honest, I'm fed up of white hat. Even white hat is too volatile and all your efforts go down the tube in 2 years.
     
  2. easy123

    easy123 Registered Member

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    where are you live ? Europe ? Germany UK France Belg ? if that drop me a pm and i'll help you to make that amount :D .
     
  3. bbrez1

    bbrez1 Power Member

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    Make your own decent product (ebook, software,...) Advertise it on as many IM forums as you can. Its too easy.

    Example: I had easy 1k/month income only from DP when i released some tool. Total time spent: About 24h to create the software, set up the website and answer emails here and there.

    YOU CAN DO IT! ;)
     
  4. florflor

    florflor Senior Member

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    I've done products before, that's essentially what a WSO is. I'm confident making at least 500 bucks form WSO and probably more.

    I would love to do software but can't program. And outsourcing is too expensive.

    Is there any software that you can use to make your own compiled software easily?

    I am seriously thinking about learning coding. Shame I didn't think of it 3 years ago!
     
  5. csroster

    csroster Newbie

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    You should get started now then. You don't want to realize once again 3 years from now that you should have learned coding 3 years ago (or 6 years ago).
     
  6. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    The making software method is the best for me, real passive incomes (just manage customers support).
    Two years ago I made a software in approximately two weeks, and I earn around € 4000 EUR the following months (not per month).
    Today I continue to earn money each month.

    If you can't develop, try UBot to make pseudo-software bots.
    And if you want to start development, try .NET/C# or Delphi.
    Easy to understand and high community.

    Good luck.

    Beny
     
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  7. Dodge

    Dodge Regular Member

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    Just out of interest, how long does it take for someone who has no experience with coding, to learn enough to actually start building their own bots that would be useful in IM? I realise it will vary, but I'm just interested to know how long it took those who started completely fresh!
     
  8. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    I think minimum is 6 months, but rather around 2 years.

    I never tested UBot Studio but I think after one month you can start making good tools.

    Beny
     
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  9. florflor

    florflor Senior Member

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    Thanks for the advice on coding, I think I will look into it.

    10 years ago I did some coding in C (yes, just regular C!) and also Pascal. So I hear Delphi is like the same as Pascal, maybe more visual.

    I just want the easiest I can make useful apps with e.g. for internet marketers, parsing of search engine data, lots of free open source libraries etc.
     
  10. bbrez1

    bbrez1 Power Member

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    Really depends. Been coding for about 7 years and am still learning new things daily. I would say somewhere from a few months (to learn basics) up to a few years (to really know what you are doing). Start reading tutorials! And go with C# - easiest (for me)
     
  11. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    I'm agree with Bbrez.
    And it may sound stupid but some people have more facilities than others.

    You best tool will be the long time motivation.
    It can be hard to keep motivation while several months...
    It's like musculation.

    About language, C# and Delphi (Pascal) are very similar.
    The transition from one to other will be easy.
    Look at Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express to start.

    Also, for future, C# is not really ready to other platforms than Windows®.
    In Delphi you can compile with Lazarus on Mac and Kylix (...) on Linux.

    Beny
     
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  12. spiderhunter777

    spiderhunter777 Registered Member

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    An Ebook is your best bet, you'll have to write to many articles in 1 month to reach the 1k goal. DP is a good place to try selling. Good luck
     
  13. powermatrix

    powermatrix Registered Member

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    Thanks guy i will try Visual Studio ...