Five Crazy Ways People Have Made Money

Sat, Oct 24, 2009, by VinnyCH

Money Making

Here are a few different ways people have made a lot of money (even millions) that seem just too easy or too stupid to have worked.

Stupid and way too easy ways people have made millions that just may amaze you:

  1. http://www.milliondollarhomepage.com/ - This guy simply decided to sell pixels for $1 each, and yea… he made a million bucks with this one.
  2. http://www.doggles.com/ - Yea… its exactly what it sounds like… goggles for dogs… this started online and expanded to real stores with the addition of clothing and jewelery for your pets, again millions made here.
  3. http://www.luckybreakwishbone.com/ - Why wait until thanksgiving for a wishbone when you can get a plastic one?!?! Uh… this one is one of the stupidest Ive seen and yet… sales have exceeded $1 million.
  4. http://www.antennaballs.com/ - Yep those little balls on top of car antennas… this has become a multi – million dollar industry.
  5. http://www.santamail.org/ - OK seriously? Who cant make a fake Santa letter for their kids? Apparently ALOT of people… send in $10 and get a personalized letter for your kid! Over 200, 000 letters have been sent out… yea… over $2 million dollars worth… wow…

Don’t get me wrong, there are other ones out there, these just intrigued me :)

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  1. mika cirino Says:

    Love this article, and wow the crazy things people come up with.

  2. Ms Blond Girl Says:

    Just amazing

    I was impressed with the million dollar pixel guy.He really did make the million.

    For us triond writers, we can publish our work on the web to increase exposure

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  3. Ms Blond Girl Says:

    Just amazing

    I was impressed with the million dollar pixel guy.He really did make the million.

    For us triond writers, we can publish our work on the web to increase exposure

  4. scott Says:

    Great examples!

    Goggles for dogs… WOW!

    I found a website that sells time, yes, time!

    http://www.e-mit.com.au

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