i troll forums some centered around stocks, law, education, pop culture (best and fastest impact) and they all have their own memes and key words or phrases that come up
the second I notice one i buy the domain name, out of the hundreds ive bought and keep so far about 90 have sold, some for laughable amounts (it was time to cut it loose and break even) some that were insane (few thousand, they rarely ever turned into "big" sites
- Offers (Radio) – paid to listen to free, online radio. You earn money every 30 minutes when you enter the captcha that pops up. There is no limit to the amount you can earn for this. After entering the captcha, it usually takes around an hour for your Clixsense account to be credited. - Offers (general) – the rest of the items under the offers section range from installing apps, to signing up for newsletters or free services, to paying offers. Paying offers require you to actually pay for a service, and you are then credited a specified amount to your Clixsense account. Paying offers include things like ordering products, online gambling sites and online subscriptions amongst others. - ClixGrid – as a standard user, you get 30 chances each day to win at ClixGrid. This is basically a lottery, where you click on random squares on a grid, which can potentially pay out if you pick the winning square. The winning square is random and changes every day. - Tasks – Clixsense offers tasks from Crowdflower, where you are paid to do small online tasks, such as verifying search engine information.
Finally, didn't we do this exact thread like a fucking week ago? I even got a couple of referrals from sending out the same link.
Anyway, it's inspired me to research how to make money online, and write about on a blog or something. Still in the draft stage.
>>491156 It's not too difficult to pull $5 - $10 in less that two hours, although I'm looking at ways to increase that with the paid offers. Been using for about a week.
Yes, you can listen to radio (download a Firefox add on that mutes that tab) and do other things. The ads, not so much. You have to have that tab maximized, which is not a problem if you have 2 screens.
>>491334 Yeah it's definitely not like it can replace an income.
Some one the ways are fairly passive, which is good if you HAVE to be at a computer and would otherwise just be fucking around. Like when I'm on conference calls, I'll just idly click on things while the other people on the call drone on.
>>491366 About $0.01 per ad, $0.03 per captcha for radio and it varies from survey to survey, but a couple of bucks. Generally takes about 10-15mins each if you're quick as fuck, can take longer though
>>491650 Not that guy, but I've developed a few free fairly popular Android apps (~15k downloads total). Nothing is monetised because I want to build a portfolio of quality apps and I can get more downloads from a free app and better ratings from one without ads. Plus paying for things and ads are both shit. >how long did it take you on average to finish an app? It depends. Some things work on solidly for a week and finish completely in that time (maybe 50 hours), some things are on more of a backburner and I work on them a few hours at a time over a few months. >are they free? if so how do you make income? If his apps are free, the answer will be ads >tips for a starter mobile developer? Always make something that has a purpose. Don't needlessly copy something else, work out where it fails and improve upon it. Or create something totally unique. Avoid games unless you have an amazing idea and can realise it with amazing execution - the market is saturated as fuck.
We make sites/blogs, sign them up for AdSense/Media.net, and then click each other's ads for $$$.
Long story: Really, I'd call this grayhat, but some of you may find this useful, especially if you're on a shoestring budget and have some extra time to make cash. Google's AdSense and Yahoo's Media.net offer relatively good money for little work -- you can easily make $3-$5 per click (which only takes around 7-10 mins to finish).
You don't have to take my word for it; we've got a huge community on Palringo, as well as splinter communities on IRC and Skype. We've been doing this successfully for just under a decade now in total, and it pretty much pays for my schooling/bills.
I am a reputable leader of my own group on Palringo, and there are dozens of rooms you can join to exchange links. There are 2-3 really good rooms, which I will be glad to direct you to as well. The biggest room has over 400 members.
type [adsense boost exchangers] turns blue click it and put omgham as password.
Yeah. Keep being funny and skeptical. That will bring you money for sure. I understand you should trust everything that you find on the internet, but just use your fucking common sense people. If blogger threads are on 4chan for around 3 years now, do you think that this shit doesn't work? People post those threads for lulz? Just fucking try it.
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