Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Use Your Natural Talent to Make Money on the Web

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 multitudes of innocent people who are looking for the means to improve their lives by making money on the Internet. It's sad, because millions probably get duped into spending money uneccessarily, only to pursue schemes that never yield any fruit. Thankfully, methods abound for making money on the Web without any up-front fees. This will probably come as a revelation to those who have had run-ins with Web scheme run by scam artists!


But sometimes one person's scam is another person's good opportunity. A good example of this is the recent controversy over an online business-in-a-box, called site Build It. Some believe that one or more people have written a SBI review that was misleading. The owner has publicly defended himself and he could be totally right. But it's up to every individual to do their own research before paying money for Internet "opportunities".

One of the most successful ways I've found to make money online is above-board and also fairly simple to implement. I make money writing on HubPages. HubPages -- a community blogging site -- makes it simple to generate content-based ad revenue. How many content "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 want to add. Sixty percent of the impressions (page views) that generate revenue go to you and the people who own HubPages get 40%. The exception to that would be if you implemented an affiliate program; One hundred percent of income generated by click-throughs from an affiliate link on a hub would belong to you. Creating money-making hubs takes a bit of practice but the revenue you can generate over time makes it worth it.

There are many affiliate programs out there but I like to use RevResponse on my hubs, because people who sign up get credible free information. When anyone clicks on your links and qualifies to receive free RevResponse publications or white papers, you get paid. That's all there is to it. The qualifying part is the catch though, so you have to understand that aspect. To learn more about the RevResponse rules, check out this RevResponse affiliate review. It will help you determine whether signing up is worth the time it would take to sign up.

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