If you’ve listened to the hype, you may think that extreme couponing can get you deep discounts and even free products consistently. Yet, the reality of the approach is very different and the potential to save or make money isn’t as dramatic as you may expect.
Money Making Methods
This is basically the Wild West of ways to earn money. You'd be surprised at the number of weird gigs there are out there. Some really work. Others are garbage. That's why I created this tag - to chronicle all the weird ways I've discovered to make money and see which ones really work.
Another similar category to explore is the Side Hustle Category. It's not really that different than this one, but you'll find more options there if you can't find anything you like here.
Honestly though, most of that stuff is still just trading dollars for hours, and not really seeking financial freedom. That's why I do affiliate marketing. It's scalable, meaning with time you can make more money with less work.
I get it. Not everyone wants to build a website or dedicate the time to watch your business grow while you wait for earnings to come in. For those who stick around long enough to see results, affiliate marketing can be a life changing experience for those who do feel a spark of entrepreneurship when they get their first website off the ground!
Not into affiliate marketing? No problem. Display ads like Adsense can make good money online and you don't even have to sell anything. Just get traffic to the site and get paid per impression or click. Easy (kind of)!
If you’re looking for a way to make money, stuffing envelopes may seem like a good solution. Still, like many approaches, the idea sounds much better than it actually is.
I’ve been downloading and trying apps for the iPhone and Android for about 4 months now trying to find out if I could actually make money downloading apps and doing whatever they asked me to. I was surprised to find, that yes, you can make money with just a smartphone. After years of writing about […]
When it comes to making money online, computers tend to be the obvious choice. After all, they do have a lot of power and there are few limits to what you can do with them. But, this isn’t the only way to go about it. Instead, some people promote the potential to make money with your iPhone instead.
Realistically, your laptop truly can be a great tool for making money. But, you do have to be extremely careful, as there are a ton of scams out there too. In fact, most of the sites that promote ways to make money online are manipulative in some way or another. Figuring out the real opportunities from the scams is possible but it means that you have to look very carefully.
There are many different ways to make money online. Some of them are legitimate and can work well, while others are simply scams and take your money while offering you little in return. One popular legitimate idea for making money is with ads. Specifically, people often try to make money selling advertising space online.
For most people, making money involves working for somebody. This is true for just about every job you hold and can often seem like the only option. After all, the cost involved in developing a business can seem immense and the risk is often high as well. Yet, the goal to make money without working for somebody isn’t so unrealistic.
There is an old adage that you need to spend money to make money. The idea itself is certainly legitimate, as most business approaches require some capital investment in order to make them effective. So, what do you do? Well, there are some techniques that let you make money without spending money.
For people passionate about reading, one interesting option is the chance to make money selling books online. There are a surprising number of different options for doing this, including selling new or used books, along with physical or digital ones. But, how realistic is this idea?
For many parents, homeschooling offers a powerful way to have greater control over their child’s education and learning. The appeal of doing so is easy to understand, as parents tend to know their children better than a teacher ever could and have the chance to provide better education.