Hello Quora pep! Here i am back with yet another lucrative way to earn some pocket money For students like me….got to know about this app a little back through a blogger Friend who have a website about Deals and Promo-codes!!! so T he app Name is Chillr (by HDFC bank) …which is introduced as a part of the cashless initiative !! By HDfc bank. using this app we can make and receive payments ,pay bills,Recharge Mobiles Directly Through our Bank Account . Its like BHIM app with better user interference.
How many email newsletters are you bombarded with every single day? There’s a reason for that. Marketing to an actively interested group of email subscribers is one of the best ways to make money online. There have even been million-dollar businesses built from simple email newsletters like TheSkimm, or Mister Spoils. Each newsletter targets a specific type of user with interesting, daily content, while also partnering with relevant companies and affiliates to bring in extra money. If this seems daunting, it’s not. Tools like MailChimp, Seva (formerly ConvertKit), AWeber, and ActiveCampaign, make it easier than ever to get started with email marketing.
Because of the strong interest in quality of life and work-life balance issues, life coaches have become popular in recent years. Unlike the intellectual demands of becoming a technical or executive coach, life coaching can be successful if you possess common sense, a respect for family and a commitment to enjoy life to the max every day and helping others do the same.

Next, you’ll need the right tools. You can be as complicated or simple as you want depending on your comfort with audio equipment, but at the minimum you’ll want a microphone and software for recording your voice. Companies like Behringer, Blue, Focusrite, and others sell studio-quality plug-and-play podcast setups that can get you recording today.
If you believe that affiliates are the victims of vendors, in this respect (and I'm saying this as an affiliate - I'm not a vendor at all), it will help you to re-examine the facts from which you're drawing your conclusions. And if you're promoting products with dishonest sales pages, that's your choice (and out of 15,000+ products listed there, there are certainly plenty of others to choose instead), and this will also help you: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post2161932
I do have a question that is related to your previous post as well. As we learned earlier, testimonials are extremely important. But how to launch a brand new (first) online course when I have zero testimonials? Is this something I should not worry about and just reach out to the first buyers for instance? Or just give my course for free to some people and ask an honest testimonial for return and then launch the course?
I see the great potential and endless possibilities in making money on line. I also saw the numerous youtube blogs stating how they can help you make thousands of dollars a day. However, the ones I read were a bunch of fluff. I really want to do the CB business but not sure how comfortable I feel about blogging but willing to try it. Do you have a course or a one-on-one you can help me get started.
In this game, effort is not proportional to revenue. So be careful what you spend your time on, it needs to be well researched and composed to increase your chances of earning more. You can fall into the trap of the numbers game, produce more content = more sales. That is only true if the content is what people want. So if there is a disconnect between what you want and what the people want, you’ll likely not make many sales. But it is also a bit of a guessing game.
First, I have read all the comments above, and they are almost things I need to find out for preparing to work freelancing job full timeline. I did leave my job in a company last week, they pay me about 400$ per month. I have experience in Java, C#, Python.. and some. But I just doubt whether this kind of work (I mean freelance) could get me about 1000$ regularly per month? …. I got other four guys to be a team, could u share us your own experience how to win bidding big project online? …. thanks, hope u reply mine, have nice day.
For faster, less technical effort, you can use an online course service, such as Udemy or SkillShare. Pay from these sites varies. For example, Udemy’s instructor pay depends on how the sale was generated (through its marketplace, an affiliate, or direct from you). The benefit to these resources is that you simply upload your course and the sites take care of selling it to their members/market, including payment processing. The downside is that they own the market and platform. Plus, you’re competing with other course providers, which can mean the need to reduce the price of your course to compete.
If you don’t have the skills to build yourself a top-notch site or design compelling graphics, invest in a quality designer and copywriter to help you get your project off the ground. They’ll be able to help you set up your business for successful conversion. After all, if you’re going to put the time into starting a new venture, don’t you want to succeed?
The reason you bought your jeans from that store was simple, your friend recommended it to you. In order to sell Clickbank products, you need to be that friend that promotes products to strangers. Fortunately, it’s much easier to do this online. In order to sell a Clickbank product, you need to presell, basically, you need to get the potential buyer ready for the purchase by building trust and explaining how this product will help them to solve their issue. 

The first thing that you can sell in college are the notes you take in class. There are many ways to do this. Almost every major campus typically has a note-taking/note-selling service on campus. For example, the University of California, San Diego has A.S. Lecture Notes, which pays note takers and charges note buyers. However, there are also online services such as StudySoup, which allow students to sell their notes online. There are students who are making over $5,000 to $10,000 selling their notes.
Find a profitable niche: We’ve talked about this a lot. But, where are you most comfortable. What niche do your skills, values, and interests intersect? Do you have 10 years of experience as a technical writer? Do you have long-standing PR relationships that’ll be invaluable in helping startups launch a successful crowdfunding campaign? Determine what makes your value unique, and lean heavily on showcasing that strength to your potential clients.
I was actually interested in coding back in my high school days, mostly because I was in a data processing class where they taught binary, cobal, ect. I have since forgotten all of those teachings, lol, but the science has taken on a new life of it’s own. There are people making millions of dollars and never even have to punch a clock. It’s definitely a good industry to get into, and it can really be a good income source if you run your own site offering courses. 

Love this idea, especially since it ties so well with the work-at-home aspect of affiliate marketing, which I’m just beginning to get my head around. One question: what are your thoughts on coding schools in general? Coding is something I’ve considered going to school for but I read a lot of mixed reviews on the schools I’ve looked into. Do you think they’re legit? If so, can you recommend any in particular? I’m in the Chicago area.
This isn’t to scare you off. I simply want you to know that this guide is going to focus solely on ways to make real, sustainable extra income online. Not just a few bucks. I want to share all the mistakes I've made that got me to where I am now so that you don’t have to go through them, and can build a successful online source of income for yourself.
How to Make Money if you're in College if you live off campus or in the Dorms. My video for high schoolers has led me to create this video for the people who graduated & left to college. This video will show you how you can earn money in college although, you don't need to be a college for some of this. - How to Graduate College with no debt video: https://youtu.be/HLKFO1blF1A
Yes, but you really need to dig. And I mean really dig deep. There is a lot of crap on Clickbank. In fact, lots of it is from several years ago, and there's no way to really tell when the product released, unless you look at the gravity of the product. Remember, “gravity” is a number that represents how many affiliates have made commissions lately. It's not a 1/1 ratio (they don't give the exact math), but the higher the better. I've seen high gravity being 50+ and low gravity as low as less than 10. 

The more traffic you have, the more money you can make with ClickBank. In order to maximize your traffic, you should spend some time identifying commonly searched keywords that relate to the product you plan to sell. If you create articles and other content based on those keywords you can often get some traffic from search engines, especially if you target the less competitive long-tail keywords in your niche. 


Whether you have a website or are still dreaming up ideas for a blog, you can also look into affiliate marketing. With affiliate marketing, you partner with brands and businesses within the content of your website. If you mention a product or service, you link to that produce or service using a unique affiliate code you received when you signed up for that particular affiliate program. From there, you’ll make money any time someone buys a product or service through your link.
Reselling textbooks — This is a great way to bring in some money. When you’re done with a textbook, see how much it’s going for online. You can even compare that price to what the booksellers on and around campus are offering, and see which one gets you the best deal. (Buying used textbooks online is also a great way to keep more money in your pocket each semester!)
I too agree with Ron Steward. Even though we have ideas and resources, getting customers from online is very hard. As mentioned here, it is easy to find ideas for creating compelling contents and courses. Even if we don’t have resources to create them, there are a lot of free and paid tools to get the job done. Here at Toronto, one of my friend had created a platform to create free courses for high school students. It has amazing features like webinar creation tools and social login. The LMS he used was Skyprep and everything had set up within few weeks. But he is still searching for users.

There are better business models out there but Clickbank can be an ok way to learn. The downside is most people who start on there get their ad accounts blocked as they don’t understand the terms of service and can’t advertise from them in the future. The web is becoming more transparent and people are wiser to what an affiliate ad is. The people who click them tend to be an older demographic 50+. If you are going to promote something, make a decision to only promote good products.


That's a trip wire, it's like something really cheap and affordable, like you know how Mcdonalds has those deals on certain days like, come in here, we'll give you a Big Mac for 99 cents, I haven't been to Mcdonalds in ages but, they must be running offers, or a lot of Mexican fast food places do Taco Tuesdays, and they're so affordable when it comes to tacos, but you do this, what you'll find is people buy.
I have been reading your articles and been seeing landing pages. Question with that, as a newbie, where will you get the ‘bonus’ that you will give to the ones who put their email address. Also, say you used the same method when they are buying products, add bonus. Same question still, where or what type of bonuses would this be. Haven’t gone through all your videos. Maybe you went over it. Will check. Hope you reply on this. Will email you as well. Thanks!

Hello Alex, you have a very informative website and good recommendations on how to make money online especially for someone with computer programming background. I am particularly interested in developing apps for Android. Can you suggest any websites or resources that offer free good course on apps programming? Thank you and wishing you all the best!

Content Writing: Businesses are always looking for content writers, and many only hire remote writers. I’ve written content throughout my college years, and it’s always been my go to for paying the bills and groceries. Look on job posting websites like Indeed or LinkedIn for available content writing jobs. Most have flexible working hours and pay per article or for word counts.
I was a be a big fan of promoting ClickBank products, but now I am beginning to feel it is a waste of time. The products are not only tough to convert, but the refund rate is so high it is hard to earn money. I wanted to give physical products a try, but now you have to worry about the tiny commissions. Is there anyone still making money from CB and if they are what methods are you using? What type of products are you promoting? Do you go for CB products in a certain price range? I am at my wits end here. :confused:
I was actually interested in coding back in my high school days, mostly because I was in a data processing class where they taught binary, cobal, ect. I have since forgotten all of those teachings, lol, but the science has taken on a new life of it’s own. There are people making millions of dollars and never even have to punch a clock. It’s definitely a good industry to get into, and it can really be a good income source if you run your own site offering courses. 

Freelancing — Probably one of the best ways for college students to start making real money for themselves from the dorm room is by freelancing. By offering a freelance service you can do online, you give yourself the freedom of setting your own workload and schedule while meeting the very real (and very valuable) needs of other online entrepreneurs. Freelancers can be writers, editors, graphic designers, virtual assistants, web designers, and more!

Sign up for a reputable affiliate network: Aside from Amazon, there are dozens of large reputable affiliate networks, such as Share-A-Sale, Clickbank, and Skimlinks, that specialize in connecting you with merchants who are looking for affiliates to sell their products. They charge relatively low commission fees for the privilege of connecting you with merchants, and the merchants on these sites tend to offer much higher commission percentages or set dollar amount payouts.
If you excel in some subject, chances are other students might need a little extra help -- and are willing to pay for it. Or, students in your area (like high school students or even other college students) might need your expertise, as well. While the actual pay or rate you can get may vary depending on the subject, type of student, or area you are tutoring, you could potentially make up to $18 bucks an hour -- not bad for using your brain. 
As a coder in my previous work, I can attest to the fact that you can make good money from doing it. You need to develop a strong client base so that you are not constantly chasing clients. After a while, people will reach out to you as your reputation builds. People will need to start out at lower bids initially, and that can be frustrating. But, for those who go the distance and develop their reputations, they will eventually earn a decent amount for their efforts.
You now have the formula to a make massive amounts of money with Clickbank (or any other affiliate network). It takes more work than the hit and run model but the payoffs are much higher. I hope you enjoy this post and I hope it opened your eyes to what it really takes to make money with Clickbank. Your comments are welcome. If you felt I’ve left anything out and you have a question, please post it.
×