Wednesday, July 15, 2009

How to Use Your Talent to Make Money on the Internet

If you've done any investigation at all of online marketing, you'll know plenty of scams abound. Unfortunately, marketers with no morals take advantage of the abundance of people who come online every day looking for ways to quit their day jobs. It's very sad, because millions of people probably spend money and lose a lot of time, only to pursue schemes that never yield any fruit. Fortunately, methods abound for making money on the Internet without having to invest a dime. This will probably come as a revelation to those who have been ripped off by Web schemes!


But the line between scam and just an ill-advised business opportunity can sometimes be thin. An example of this is the controversy over an web business opportunity named Site Build It. Some believe that at least one person has written a Site Build It affiliate review that was misleading. The owner has publicly defended himself and he might be right about his product being on the up-and-up. But it's up to every individual to do their own research before paying money for Internet "opportunities".

One of the ways I make money on the Internet is above-board and also fairly simple to implement. I make money writing on HubPages. HubPages -- a community blogging site --  makes it quite simple to write content that generates ad revenue. The number of HubPages "hubs" you create is up to you. Each hub you create can make up to five types of revenue: Google AdSense, Kontera in-text ads, Amazon products, eBay auction items and any affiliate program you'd like to add. You get the revenue from 60% of the page views that generate income and HubPages gets the other forty percent. Affiliate programs are an exception to that rule though; One hundred percent of income generated by click-throughs from an affiliate link on a hub would belong to you. It takes a while to get good at creating good hubs but the revenue you can generate over time makes it worth it.

One of the affiliate programs I like to use on my hubs is RevResponse, because people who sign up get credible free information. When people click on links to any of the RevResponse publications or White Papers and qualify, you get paid. That's all there is to it. The qualifying part is the catch though, so that aspect is important to understand. To learn more, read this RevResponse marketing review. It will help you determine whether signing up is worth your time.

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