Thursday, July 24, 2008

Free Making Money Online Method

Wow, it's been 3 weeks since my last post here. How fast time flies. But nothing changed that much.

Back to the objective of my blog here, I would like to share with you some things that i had found on the net recently to add to your making money online blog or website (if you had one). And best of all, these method doesn't involve any money to start up.

First, if you have a paypal account, you can make money online by adding a donation button to your site. You can ask your visitor for donation directly, or you can ask for it indirectly, like asking to buy you a drink, buy you a snack or anything else. I've put one here on this blog, just so you can see how to put it to work.

It depends on how you ask, and how your visitor likes you. If they like you enough, they wouldn't mind to spend $1 or $2 buying you a drink, maybe. The more they like you, the more money you will be making online.

Another method, is to register for CBClickBank, and put your referral link on your making money online blog/website. CBClickBank is sort of an online MLM , which pays you when you refer to another person to register for free at CBClickBank.

Though I haven't yet receive any payment since I've just registered recently, it's worth a try. By the way, it's FREE to register. What we have to lose? So, try CBClickBank.

Well, that's all for sharing today. I'll be hunting for more methods on making money on the net. If you have anything to share with all of us on anything. Feel free to leave a comment. Thanks. :D

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Long busy week

Another long busy week passed, and there goes my blog, with no updates. I am so sorry about that.

First, there is The UEFA European Football Championship going on. It's been very surprising and interesting. Spain were the talk of the EURO 2008, since they won their only other trophy, the European Championship of 1964.

Then, busy with my sister. She will be furthering her study for degree. Looking for an apartment for her to stay, a new laptop and getting some furniture and appliances for her apartment.
Here, I realized that things have really change.

Back in 2000, when I was in college. It's as simple as carrying a bag of clothes and some money. Everything else (computers, appliances, furnitures) will be bought when we have more money or while we are already in the second term of our study.

Nowadays, you have to carry with you as much as you can before even starting the first class. And those things involve more money.

I wonder how it's going to be in another ten years.