I have been doing this research on how to earn online from kind of two years. I have gone through many blogs and articles but yours has touched me a bit strongly (hope you don’t sense any buttering). The way you put the ideas, framing and presenting the words in an order is quite effective. Thanks for both enlightening and bringing confidence through it.
Hello Lynn.. I was reading your information about how to start a website and I found useful information, but I still have a question that need help with.. I sat down and wrote down my idea and developed a plan for every single area for the website... I wrote down my domain name.. Every thing is structured and planned on papers.. Now my question is: How do I get the website running?- For example: How to get your domain name registered? Where do I need to go? Do I need to do any trademarks? What kind of licence do I need? If I get a licence, do I still need to do the trademark? Is it better to do that with an attorney? Would I need an online business insurance? I've been trying to start the formal process to start my website, but, i always have these questions in my mind. I'll appreciate very very much any help/ recommendation you can provide me.. Im very motivated to do this because its one of my dreams too.. Thank you so much and I hope to hear from you soon! ~Erick
You may not know but you can rent your website if you have good traffic. I learned this method of making online income when I was working with a client in the real estate domain. Rather than building out his website from scratch, he rented out a website from a guy who already had the traffic, with people interested in buying a home in his local area.
Opening your shop, listing products and prices takes less than 30 minutes. It costs $0.20 to list one item in your shop for 4 month (or till it sales) and Etsy takes 3.5% commission from each sale you make. Mind that fact when setting up the prices. Shipping costs are either to be covered by you or by the buyer (you can set the rates depending on the buyer’s’ location e.g. free shipping around US; $10.99 shipping to Europe).
This is close to Domaining, but then its the second phase. A lot of people buy domains, improve it, make it rank better, and then sell it off. Many a time webmasters have a lot of domain in hand; they do not go beyond a certain point. This is effective than actually starting a website from scratch because one can kickstart at a low price with a website which is bit settled and improve from there.
18. CraigsList – Some things don’t ship very well. Other things may make you feel uncomfortable to sell to someone across the country. Anytime you’re selling a large item or something you just don’t want to ship, Craigslist is a great place to go. It’s simple to list your item (again, take good pictures!). If you don’t like the idea of putting your phone number out there, the interested individual can send you a message to your inbox without even getting your email address.
The best money-making move I’ve made so far at uni is to sign up to a few ‘extras’ agencies. You do literally nothing (just a bit of standing around on camera) and you get paid extremely well, often over £100 a day. You also get to creep on celebrities, which is always fun. If I had to choose between that and working in a busy pub, I know which one I’d go for.