How I fared in my efforts to earn money from online writing in the months of September and October.
Hmmm, I don’t think I’m going to be very good at this monthly series of articles detailing how much I’m earning through my online writing efforts. The August edition was several weeks late, and I didn’t get round to writing the September edition at any point during the month of October! Ah well, as it’s now November 1st, I might as well combine the September and October articles into one bumper edition.
No prizes for guessing what has continued to be my biggest single earner over the course of the last two months – it’s the automated post exchange I’ve been enthusing about in recent articles. I made $53.28 during September and October, and once again that was with very little effort. If I’d stuck at it every day I could easily have made hundreds of dollars. For those of you who don’t know how it works, you basically earn an average of $1 for every 12 comments you post on a wide range of forums and blogs. Even better, you can withdraw your money to your Paypal account at any time you like, provided you meet a couple of basic conditions. So it’s the easiest way I know of (on the internet, that is!) to get your hands on a decent amount of money quickly. And the daily earning potential is literally unlimited – it just depends on how much work you’re prepared to put in. If you’d like to try it out for yourself, you can join by clicking HERE, or you can read my more detailed step-by-step guide to how it works by clicking HERE.
I’ve also continued to do reasonably well through blogging, both through my main blog Scot Goes Pop, and also my ’side-blogs’. In fact, I decided to buy a month’s advertising from Adgitize for one of those side-blogs, which got me dozens of unique hits a day, and just as importantly also entitled me to a daily advertiser points bonus, which earned me a significant amount of money. (To learn more about how this system works, you can read my guide by clicking HERE.) Altogether, my total earnings from blogging in September and October were roughly $41, although this includes my final $5 from the now-defunct CMF Ads, which I haven’t actually received yet – I hope they haven’t forgotten about me!
Of course, I mustn’t overlook my sporadic efforts here at Triond, but unfortunately I can’t give you the exact figure, because I’ve forgotten what my September earnings were! I’d guess for the two months in combination it must have been in the region of $4 or $5. I’ve only written a handful of articles, though – some of that will be coming from older material.
As you may know, in October I also started to experiment with Wikinut, a site where you can repost your Triond articles, and essentially double your earnings without any extra work. It’s early days yet, but I’ll let you know how I’m getting on in future updates. If you’d like to try it out for yourself, you can get underway by clicking HERE.
So that pretty much wraps it up. Hopefully the November edition of this series will be here bang on time, but I wouldn’t bank on it!