The Easiest and Quickest $100 A Day I Know

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I found a similar method in this ebook minus the dragon naturally speaking.

http://im*cash*club*c0m/freebooks/100%20Dollars%20Daily.pdf

Anyway thank you, i'll try this one out.
 
I was wondering if anyone here uses the Auto-Summarize button in Word (at 50% or less)? Thought this would be quicker than rewriting the articles or using Dragon.
 
Hi,
This is a great way to make fast cash!
I tested it and it works.
Now, I have a lot of content, but I am to lazy to submit it :)
Does anyone know of a software that can submit articles to AC automatically with the upfront payment option?
I think it would be a great idea for someone to write such a software and make some money just from this thread, as it is very popular :)

Another tip guys, what do you think about buying works from students :) ? You can generate many articles out of these homeworks they have done in past and sit on their PC useless.

P.S.: This is my first post on this forum :)
 
Has anyone ever try the article rewrite method using Google translator? What you do, you take an article and translate it from English - German - Swedish - French - Chinese then back to English (doesn't necessarily have to be in the exact order). And of course, it will require some level of adjustment, but it works just as well as using an article rewriting software.
 
so fast giving up ?? use other way....dont use the software.

i tried typing unique articles from my knowledge and I only managed to create 4 400 words articles in a hour..I hope i can get $5 for that kind of quality or else it would be a time-waster.. :eek:
 
i have submitted my first 5 articles i am just waiting for payment this is just by re-writting them . I am going to get a usb microphone for dns since i heard it was good
 
Hi,
This is a great way to make fast cash!
I tested it and it works.
Now, I have a lot of content, but I am to lazy to submit it :)
Does anyone know of a software that can submit articles to AC automatically with the upfront payment option?
I think it would be a great idea for someone to write such a software and make some money just from this thread, as it is very popular :)

Another tip guys, what do you think about buying works from students :) ? You can generate many articles out of these homeworks they have done in past and sit on their PC useless.

P.S.: This is my first post on this forum :)

No response to my previous post, why?
 
wow....have to say this is a nice idea :)

Anyone from UK have uk paypal account and got paid??
If so, did you tell AC you where outside US?
 
So what are my options since I am from Canada? I don't think paying $400 for a US based anonymous business is a good idea.
 
I decided to check back here and report. I tested with about 5% changes between two articles. The original article was a rewrite from PLR. Half of the rewritten article was completely the same. AP detected as "similar" to another article, but still paid me 1.56$, almost the bare minimum.
Keep in mind, these were approved within a couple days of each other as well.

Now, I have submitted from my niche site before I spun, 6 articles x 3 accounts = 18 different articles. Each of the three copies of the particular article are ~36% different from each other.
These were created from scratch, not PLR rewrites. But after the first original, the next two were rewrites of the original that I wrote.
One of them I have already sent out via UAW so we will see if AC detects the variations (or if they just scan their own database of articles which is far more likely since they are paying bargain prices per article)
The other 5 articles x 3 which are over a third unique rewrites we will see if they detect as duplicates.

So here is best option in my opinion. Make a five or six page niche site, put adsense and a clickbank product on it, use wordpress and update your blog a couple times a week by paraphrasing news sites (related to your niche). The blog updates should only take like 15 minutes a week.

Submit the original and two rewrites to AC, and then submit for spinning to UAW and as well use Article Post Robot to get the popular ones. You can forgo UAW altogether if you wish, I am still conducted split testing to decide whether one is more effective or a combination of the two. To date I have not kept detailed records, so I will be doing so on a couple test niche sites.

Now, before you submit the articles to the submission sites, make sure they get approved by AP first. (As I said I don't know whether they actually check the web or just their own site, I will report back within a week)
Don't forget the backlink, AP backlink is killer in terms of trust.

I am also coming up with a manual method of spinning using the aid of software, that will produce a few thousand copies which will beat copyscape. The process itself will take around 5 hours for one article, but will produce completely unique copies to the extent that dozens of the article could be submitted to ezineartlces. Currently this doesn't exist on the market or is hardly known.
 
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It's finally been a week and my first round of articles are either getting declined or accepted. I've just been toying with it and not really putting too much effort into it, but I did include a link to a CPA offer at the bottom of the articles just saying something like: Go to (link here) for more info on the topic. The articles were very informative, but they still were declined for what AC said was too promotional. They said please remove the link and resubmit.

I'm wondering. Can you put links like this in your article? I've saw a few people in this thread recommend it, but it seems like they don't like it. Can anyone elaborate on their personal experiences on it? I don't mind submitting 10 a day, because I've found a good writer who will write the articles cheap and they are really good at it, but I'm not really just counting on the initial 20 or 30 dollars a day from the articles. I'm wanting it to be a long term thing based on getting people to my CPA lead page and get never-ending submissions from that. That's where the long term money will come in, and it's the only way I see that it is worth it.
 
Also, I forgot to mention. I wrote an article about fantasy football, since it is a prominent topic right now, but it didn't do well, because AC said it doesn't have a long shelf life. Here is exactly what they said.

"$1.24 - - Thank you for your submission. This content has too short of a shelf life to qualify for a higher upfront payment."

Keep that in mind when you're writing articles. Make sure they have a long shelf life to ensure a higher payout. Seasonal stuff is enticing, but Unless the article takes off and gets thousands and thousands of views, I doubt that it will make much difference.
 
the more words of an article is it truth that the chances of getting paid higher is true ?

Yes, I've seen people writing 800 to 900 word articles and consistently getting $6 an article. I would say an average 400 to 500 word article would get anywhere from $3 to $4 depending on the quality, possibly more.
 
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