Lots of people seem to want to get into IM but they never want to invest money or manual labor to get a start. Here is my solution. Objective Get a domain hosted Get approved at a large CPA network MAKE BANK BRO Situation You don't have a way to get money onto PayPal or you don't have money to pay for a domain. Solution Make a PayPal account if you haven't already. Make a Fiverr account if you haven't already. Download AdminSpot.net's content spinner. Get your PhotoShop or GIMP open, make a picture saying "500 Word Articles -- Native English Speaker" or similar. Here's an example of one I made: http://i.imgur.com/JHvsi.jpg Now go to Fiverr, make a listing called "I will Write You A 500 Word Keyword Optimized Articles for $5" or something to that effect. Put in the description telling your customers that you'll write them a 500 word article based off of a keyword they send you and that you're a native English speaker so the article will be 99% grammatically correct. Be sure to use the picture you made earlier. Now just wait for the requests to come in. Once you have a request and a keyword go to http://goarticles.com and search for it. Find one of appropriate length and close to the keyword and copy and paste each paragraph one by one into the content spinner and then put it in a MSWord or Wordpad document. Once you have it all in there, proofread it so it makes sense. Now send it to your client and bam, you have $4, just to proofread some random article. Do this two or three times and then cash out as soon as you can. So now you have $8 or $12. Now to get a domain. Go to GoDaddy (click here for $4 off .com's [REF LINK]). Order your domain. I suggest making it a personal blog, or something really generic and overused like a tech review site. Once you have your domain, go to 000webhost and sign up for a free host plan. Install Wordpress, follow this tutorial to do so. Input your nameservers and such and now you have your very own website! If it's a blog, make a few random posts about the latest product you found, or post a embed a few YouTube videos. If it's a review, spin a few reviews you find from a Google search. These don't have to be grammar-perfect. Make sure you spiff it up with a custom theme/template. Now get the AdminSpot Backlink Booster. It's really useful, and you can get tens of thousands of backlinks for free. Run it twice or so on your domain. This will give you a couple thousand page views. Now you can go to a CPA network and sign up with this site. I suggest ********, Adscend, Peerfly, or neverblue. ******** and Adscend are probably easiest to get approved at. Tell them you're going to use your blog/review site, YouTube, and Social Networking to advertise their offers. Answer the call, and answer the questions. I doubt they'll talk to you for more than 2 minutes without approving you, unless you say something stupid. Put some CPA ads on your site, and you can either use it for redirection or actually use it or just leave it idling there forever. Go read tutorials on how to market CPA offers and make money. Buy Scrapebox ASAP and research. Find someone to work with and do JV's. Congratulations, you just won internet marketing 101. PM me if you want some encouragement and help starting up (No, not monetary help). (I feel helpful) ------------------- Reports of the AdminSpot links not working for some. Here's both applications in a .zip. Code: http://www.mediafire.com/?hvkak62wca29z7o VirusTotal 2/ 43 (4.7%) (False Positive on AhnLab and Symantec) Code: http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=f7cb6021d95089e75a86fa7dc67eb259abd5b8a7730c449616e9cd96bab3656e-1322970103 AdminSpot Content Spinner v1.1 (Version before above, some people were having trouble getting v1.2 to work) Code: http://www.mediafire.com/?r3bb1osfvm9babd VirusTotal 0/ 43 (0.0%) Code: http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=774e360a65591c4047cab18eb746eb383120bba7667c1fa27264a7366b05d3a6-1322970316 NOTE If you decide to use the Fiverr strategy, then get the money you need to do this then get out and start new ventures. Leave room for the noobies and don't saturate the market.