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Using The Internet To Make Money

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There ARE ways to make a ربح من الانترنت. If you’re like me, you are looking for ways to make some side cash. Most of these are ways that I have used and am still using today.

1.) Answer Questions for Kgb

No, not the one from the Soviet Union; I’m talking about the Knowledge Generation Bureau. You’ve probably seen a few commercials from them. Kgb is an organization that answers questions sent to them via text message. This is my biggest hitter when it comes to making money. I make around $300 each month working for these guys, and you can too! The first thing you have to do is become an agent though, which is not very difficult at all.

The first step is to navigate to their website (www.kgb.com), scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on “Become an Agent.” Then you have to take their challenge and pass. After that, if you choose so, you will be directed to their new agent training program. This program is really just a series of slides and small quizzes, and won’t take more than an hour to complete and pass. This is to get you accustomed to Kgb’s policies, procedures, and work interface. To become a full-fledged agent, you will have to pass their final test and answer a short series of questions.If you paid attention through the lecture, then this final test will be no problem at all and you will become a fully-fledged Kgb agent. Now what you want to do is schedule time and sign in whenever possible and answer as many questions as you can each session. Each question you answer is worth 10 cents. The more you are used to the work, the faster you will be able to answer these questions. If you want to make $300 a month, you have to shoot for around $10 a day, or 1000 questions. If you don’t think you can get through that many, you don’t have to try and get them all in one session. Split up your shifts. The dimes will really begin to stack up in no time. Even if you only do 500 questions a day, that is still $150 a month.

Payday is on the 15th day of the FOLLOWING month and is directly deposited into your bank account.

2.) Craigslist gigs

Alright, so your income from number two isn’t going to be directly coming from online. Craigslist is an okay place to look for jobs, and I am supposing that if you are looking for how to make money online, you have probably checked out Craigslist at some point. The chances of you finding a legitimate, well-paying online job on Craigslist are very slim though unless it involves some very specialized computer and web-design skills. No, this section is going to refer you to the “Gigs” category.

If you have no been to www.craigslist.com before, the first step is to find your city or town. Once in this section, you will notice several categories. The Gigs section should be in the third column and include subcategories such as labor, event, computer, etc…

This is a good place to find one or multiple-time gigs, especially if you have a talent. Sadly for me, I do not, which is why I usually browse around the labor section. I usually work at one gig per week, doing something like mowing lawns, shoveling roofs, and landscaping. You can find jobs in this section that range from mowing lawns, moving furniture, and event staff positions to more talent-focused jobs like photography, web design, photoshopping, etc… This won’t make for a balanced and steady source of income all the time, but if you have the free time, it’s worth it.

3.) World of Warcraft?

Yes, WoW (www.worldofwarcraft.com) That massively multiplayer online role-playing game created by the video game company, Blizzard, can help you make real-world cash. This is a bonus if games are your thing like they are for me. It turns that many players will pay for an already-made character, with prices going into the hundreds of dollars for a single level 80 character. With over 11 million active subscribers, there are plenty of customers to cater to.

Sites such as www.accounts.net, www.mmobay.net, and www.accountmarket.com will allow you to buy or sell game accounts, either to them or to another player through them. You can also check Craigslist, but be wary when dealing with virtual goods on there.

I have sold one account through mmobay.net, my level 80 warlock, for $250. It was my first character and took me around one month to level up through casual play. Casual for me was about 2 hours a day. This can be sped up if you play longer and focus only on leveling up your character.

4.) Selling shirt designs

If you have a skill for photoshopping and consider yourself the artsy type, companies such as Zazzle.com, CafePress.com, and Spreadshirt.com will pay you for T-shirt designs. I have a friend who makes a decent income coming up with designs and selling them through her e-shop on Zazzle as well as through redubble.com.

The first step is to register with one of the previously mentioned sites. They all have their own easy-to-use designing tools that will let you layout your designs however you wish. You may want to browse around and see what styles are popular, or start your own! Shirts with funny and witty sayings seem to be pretty popular nowadays.

James

James Deakin lives in California USA. He is an author of two famous novels, Rage of Angels and When Tomorrow comes. He is also the founder of classof2k9.com