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Easy website where one can make money online without much work

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I'm going to be honest and it may not be an answer you like but it is the truth: it's going to require real work.

Websites that are most likely going to be posted here as answers by other users like Swagbucks will not make you easy money, haha.

You need to approach making money online seriously and start a business. I am currently making decent money through affiliate marketing so I can confidently answer this question.

The real ways to make money online are going to take real work to get there and it WILL be an uphill battle...most people can't get themselves to do the work without seeing any result in the beginning which is why 99% drop off and fail to make a dime...

I've been doing affiliate marketing full time for 3 months now. The first month I made...get this: $0. I was uploading and editing a video every single day to YouTube. Last month I made $300. This month I am closing the month at $1,000, and expect to hit $1,600 - $2,000 for June, then over $3,000 for July.

It takes real work and sacrifice but anyone can get there. Model the successful people and follow a system that works.

And no matter what you do - do NOT invest in courses and "shiny objects" because you are only making other people money by doing so!

Sometimes you just have to be real. I know this wasn't the answer you were looking for but there isn't a "push a button and get rich" system that works ANYWHERE. It just isn't real.

The nice thing is that once you get over that hill, you can outsource/automate most of your business very cheaply and it then only takes up a small fraction of your time. But in the beginning you are going to be working like a dog.


Answered 5 months ago

Work == Income Level

Not much work == Not much income

Lots of hard/smart work == You'll be living well in short order


Answered 5 months ago

In my opinion, it is not so easy to make money online as most of people suppose.
It all depends on your abilities and most probably in your patience.

If a person actually wants to make money then the first issue is that deciding on your manner to earn if you have a few abilities like writing abilities then you could write articles on web sites like whatculture.com.

Or you may work as a freelancer on freelancers.com.

You may create your very own channel on youtube when you have some useful matters to share with people through your videos.

And one ultimate aspect, you could additionally create your own website or a blog on WordPress.com: Create a free website or blog and you may create your Facebook page and percentage videos on it, and Facebook additionally pays you in case you get ad breaks account.

If you has more queries about the above mentioned things then feel free to contact me.


Answered 5 months ago

A website (also written as web site) is a collection of web pages and related content that is identified by a common domain name and published on at least one web server. Notable examples are wikipedia.org, google.com, and amazon.com. All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web. There are also private websites that can only be accessed on a private network, such as a company's internal website for its employees. Websites are typically dedicated to a particular topic or purpose, such as news, education, commerce, entertainment, or social networking. Hyperlinking between web pages guides the navigation of the site, which often starts with a home page. Users can access websites on a range of devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The software application used on these devices is called a web browser.
Types of Websites:
1. Static website: A static website is one that has web pages stored on the server in the format that is sent to a client web browser. It is primarily coded in Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML); Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to control appearance beyond basic HTML. Images are commonly used to affect the desired appearance and as part of the main content. Audio or video might also be considered "static" content if it plays automatically or is generally non-interactive. This type of website usually displays the same information to all visitors. Like handing out a printed brochure to customers or clients, a static website will generally provide consistent, standard information for an extended period of time. Although the website owner may make updates periodically, it is a manual process to edit the text, photos, and other content and may require basic website design skills and software. Simple forms or marketing examples of websites, such as classic website, a five-page website or a brochure website are often static websites, because they present pre-defined, static information to the user. This may include information about a company and its products and services through text, photos, animations, audio/video, and navigation menus. Static websites may still use server side includes (SSI) as an editing convenience, such as sharing a common menu bar across many pages. As the site's behaviour to the reader is still static, this is not considered a dynamic site.
2. Dynamic website: A dynamic website is one that changes or customizes itself frequently and automatically. Server-side dynamic pages are generated "on the fly" by computer code that produces the HTML (CSS are responsible for appearance and thus, are static files). There are a wide range of software systems, such as CGI, Java Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSP), Active Server Pages and ColdFusion (CFML) that are available to generate dynamic web systems and dynamic sites. Various web application frameworks and web template systems are available for general-use programming languages like Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby to make it faster and easier to create complex dynamic websites. A site can display the current state of a dialogue between users, monitor a changing situation, or provide information in some way personalized to the requirements of the individual user. For example, when the front page of a news site is requested, the code running on the webserver might combine stored HTML fragments with news stories retrieved from a database or another website via RSS to produce a page that includes the latest information. Dynamic sites can be interactive by using HTML forms, storing and reading back browser cookies, or by creating a series of pages that reflect the previous history of clicks. Another example of dynamic content is when a retail website with a database of media products allows a user to input a search request, e.g. for the keyword Beatles. In response, the content of the web page will spontaneously change the way it looked before and will then display a list of Beatles products like CDs, DVDs, and books. Dynamic HTML uses JavaScript code to instruct the web browser how to interactively modify the page contents. One way to simulate a certain type of dynamic website while avoiding the performance loss of initiating the dynamic engine on a per-user or per-connection basis is to regenerate a large series of static pages periodically automatically.
3. Multimedia and interactive content: Early websites had only text, and soon after, images. Web browser plug ins were then used to add audio, video, and interactivity (such as for a rich Internet application that mirrors the complexity of a desktop application like a word processor). Examples of such plug-ins are Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash, Adobe Shockwave, and applets written in Java. HTML 5 includes provisions for audio and video without plugins. JavaScript is also built into most modern web browsers and allows for website creators to send code to the web browser that instructs it how to interactively modify page content and communicate with the webserver if needed. The browser's internal representation of the content is known as the Document Object Model (DOM) and the technique is known as Dynamic HTML. WebGL (Web Graphics Library) is a modern JavaScript API for rendering interactive 3D graphics without the use of plug-ins. It allows interactive content such as 3D animations, visualizations, and video explainers to presented users in the most intuitive way.
The websites you asked for are listed below:
1. Social Media Moderators: If you have basic social media skills and good people skills, this is an easy gig and usually comes with flexible hours. Available wherever you are in the world. Beyond social media, moderators are also needed to monitor comments and questions on blogs, forums, and chat rooms. The services that hire remote moderators are as follows:
a. The Social Element
b. Crisp Thinking
c. 99DollarSocial
d. Mod Squad

2. Focus Groups: Focus groups are different from surveys in that they are much more in-depth, often require in-person or at least phone/webcam participation and as a result, also pay much better. Here is a list of some reputable market research companies with active focus groups:
a. FocusGroup.com
b. 20/20 Research
c. Respondent.io
d. Mindswarms
e. Brand Institute
f. Nichols Research
g. Alder Weiner Research
h. Atkins Research Global

3. Microtasking: Microtask platforms connect companies who need small tasks completed so-called” Short Task”-with remote freelance workers who can perform them whenever they have some free time. Pay is not great, but they are easy to do on the side, even on a lunch break and are sometimes quite fun. These are the best-known platforms:
a. Amazon Mechanical Turk
b. Figure Eight
c. Clickworker
d. Microworker
e. Field Agent
f. EasyShift

4. Test Websites and Apps: Website or App testing is an easy way to make some extra money. No special skill is required. You just need a computer or smartphone with an in-built microphone, and you are good to go. The process is simple: You signup, take a short test and answer a few questions. That way the platforms can match you with the required target audience for each test. Here are some of the well-known options:
a. User testing
b. Validity
c. IntelliZoom
d. TestingTime
e. Userzoom
f. What UsersDo

5. Virtual Chat Agent: Chat support positions are extremely popular, so competition is high. You need fast typing skills and excellent grammar, punctuation, and spelling. The following companies offer chat support positions:
a. SiteStaff
b. The Chat Shop
c. Uber
d. Flexjob
e. Upwork

6. Simple Online Research: Without special expertise, you can earn extra cash with basic research gigs. Some notable among them are:
a. Hobby Jam
b. IT-Boss Research
c. JBS Court Research Services

7. Paid Surveys: Paid surveys will not replace a full-time job but can be nice extra income stream-and fun to do. Most surveys are paid with either gift cards to top retailers or “PayPal cash”, meaning your earnings will be sent to your PayPal account. Here are some of the better-known survey companies:
a. Vindale Research
b. SurveyJunkie
c. Swagbucks
d. Opinion Outpost
e. YouGov-Political
f. American Consumer Opinion
g. E-poll
h. One opinion

8. Data Entry: Data Entry is offered on micro tasking platforms, so there is some overlap, but here are a few companies that are more specialized on it. The notable companies that offer these services are:
a. The Smart Crowd
b. SigTrack
c. Cass Information Systems
d. Clickworker
e. Intuit
f. DionData
g. TTEC
h. Flexjobs

9. Movie Captioner & Transcriptions: “Captions” are the black subtitles at the bottom of your TV screen that come on when you mute the sound. Someone obviously needs to write them and if you are a fast and accurate typist, this could be you.
a. TransPerfect
b. CaptionMax
c. Rev
10. Transcriptions: Transcriptions falls into three different groups: General Transcription, Legal Transcription and Medical Transcription. You obviously need fast, accurate typing skills and a fast, reliable internet connection. In addition, Express Scribe Software can help make the transcriptions process a lot faster and easier and eliminate the use of mouse.
The following companies hire newbies with no experience though they will usually do an evaluation test. The list of the companies are as follows:
a. TranscribeMe
b. Rev
c. Tigerfish
d. BabbleType
e. Accutran Global
f. Casting Words
g. Workshop
h. Scribie
i. Speechpad
j. Hollywood Transcriptions

11. Proofreading: If you have excellent grammar and punctuation, and an eye for detail, you start a proofreading career by offering your services to self-publishing authors, which is a booming industry. The following sites work with freelancer proof-readers:
a. EditFast
b. Gramlee
c. Wordvice
d. Proofreading Services
e. Scribendi

12. Virtual Assistant: Becoming a “Virtual Assistant (VA)” is one of the easiest entries into the world of home-based jobs and business options, because almost any skill can be monetized as a VA.
To get started, you can apply to any of the below agencies to get placed on current jobs:
a. Fancy Hands
b. Virtual Gal Friday
c. VA Sumo
d. Belay
e. StartUps Co.
f. 99 Dollar Social

13. Virtual Expert: If you can prove your expertise in a specific area, you can work for several online platforms answering customer questions and completing research assignments. A few notable among them are as follows:
a. Ask Wonder
b. Just Answer
c. Maven
d. Clarity
e. 6ya
f. Operator

14. Virtual Consultant: Freelance consulting gigs can be highly lucrative, and the below platforms connect virtual experts with companies around the world. A few notable among them are as follows:
a. On Frontiers
b. 10EQS
c. Internal Consulting
d. Expert360

15. Virtual Teacher: Whatever expertise you have, you can now teach it online to almost anyone in the world courtesy of the internet. The following allow you to list yourself, set your own schedule and fees, and start earning money as a virtual teacher. The following will be able to help:
a. PrestoExperts
b. Takelessons
c. BrainMass
d. Clarity
e. Maven

16. Translation: If you are fluent in another language-in, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian or Chinese-you will find plenty of translator gigs. Jobs could be in Customer service, transcriptions or working as an interpreter. Here is a list of translation agencies:
a. WeLocalize
b. Argos Multilingual
c. Rev
d. Tele Language
e. Transperfect
f. VerbalizeIt
g. LanguageLine

17. Virtual Academic Tutor: Remote academic tutoring and test prep gigs are available at the following companies, but they require college degree and teaching certifications:
a. Tutor
b. Brainfuse
c. PrepNow
d. Aim4A
e. Study Pool
f. Yup Tutoring

18. Academic Test Scorer: Another goodie you can do via courtesy of the internet, but it requires college degree for consideration. You can apply to these companies:
a. WriteScore
b. ACT
c. Measurement Inc
d. ETS
e. Literably
f. FlexJobs

19. Virtual English Tutor: Staying with the English as a 2nd Language theme, you can also teach English online. It is an industry that has exploded over the last few years, especially based in China. Here are the best-known companies to apply:
a. Boxfish
b. Gogokid
c. Cambly
d. italki
e. VIPKid
f. Qkid

20. Pro Virtual Researcher: There are many ways to get paid for online research, both for simple tasks that only take a few minutes to complete all the way up to professional level research assignments.
a. First Quarter Finance
b. 10EQS
c. RWS
D. Ask Wonder
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call: https://clarity.fm/joy-brotonath


Answered a month ago

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