—EX. If you see someone has high ( more than 90%) success rate with crude oil and long trading history you can copy just that (or you can choose multiple options) financial instrument from that particular trader. Every time he/she trades with crude oil your trading software will copy it automatically. If he/she trade with US $ currency ( and you didn't select it) you will not copy that trade. So, the system is literally set up on autopilot.
Hi, you have a good list here. I have a question for you, I got C++ and python under my belt but I want to become a freelancer and i heard that these 2 languages don’t make much money to freelance with. so i ask you, if i was to learn one new language and be good at it. what language would you advice me to go with? I am a computer engineering and need someone to direct me to the right path to start my freelancing career. Not looking on becoming rich. just want to be able to support my self. Im willing to put more than 25 hrs per week! Thanks so much
Imagine there was a done for you system that would let you earn $1,000 commissions, so you only needed 10 sales to achieve your 10k/mo goal. Imagine there was a system that would give you the coaching and help you need to so you won’t have to Google or research for answers, imagine there was a system that would give you done for you funnels and the training you need to earn those massive commissions online…
Are you an interesting person or do you do a cool job? People are always looking for interesting people to officiate their weddings, and you could get paid for it. For example, if you're a skydiver who officiates weddings, you could get paid to host a sky diving wedding ceremony. Since most pastors don't do these extreme sports, it's a great side income for those that do.
I run my own company, but I guess you could still say I’m a freelancer since I’m flying solo. I’m also a dev (though I do design as well), not counting design work I clear mid 4 figures monthly (and low 4 figures part time just 18 months ago). I don’t use freelancing sites at all and I use all three techniques that I described in my response above.
Hi, you have a good list here. I have a question for you, I got C++ and python under my belt but I want to become a freelancer and i heard that these 2 languages don’t make much money to freelance with. so i ask you, if i was to learn one new language and be good at it. what language would you advice me to go with? I am a computer engineering and need someone to direct me to the right path to start my freelancing career. Not looking on becoming rich. just want to be able to support my self. Im willing to put more than 25 hrs per week! Thanks so much
This is a VERY high quality course with an Instructor who really cares about his students. I learned so much in such a short amount of time and loved that KC covered all bases throughout this course!! I will be giving this oh-so-simple system a go tomorrow and highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for an easy way to get in the affiliate game." – Jamie Briggs

It’s why our customers, who are just normal people, have made upwards of six figures in just a month while launching their courses. It’s why the best content marketers (like Seth Godin, Marie Forleo, Noah Kagan) are selling courses. It’s why there was $2.51 billion invested in educational-technology companies during the first half of 2015 (according to InsideHigherEd). 
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.

There's no one "best" programming language, and once you've learned one, it's fairly easy to pick up another, so don't get hung too up on choosing your first language. That said, some languages are more beginner-friendly than others. The language you choose to start with might depend, again, on your purpose. (For example, if you want to write an iOS app, you'll need to learn Swift.) There's a case for starting with C
My situation is I’m a Professor and Program Director for a Community College teaching massage therapy, a very in-demand field yet my college does little marketing. It’s my job to recruit students. I have a Facebook page and Twitter, and about 100+ followers on each. Can you see this type of system with funnels etc. working to help recruit potential students? If so, how? I feel like building content and creating opt ins should help, as we too are offering a “product”. Thanks for your time!
Freelance developer, Kate S., used her web development skills to redesign a website for $500. The client had originally created their website themselves on Wix.com; however, the client didn’t have much traffic and didn’t have any sales. The client was looking for a developer to review it and propose ideas of how their site could be redesigned to make it more attractive to customers and generate more sales.
If you’re an expert at something, there’s going to be an audience of people online who would be willing to pay to become self-sufficient in your field. If you do development work for a client who’d like to learn how to cover the basics on her own, so they can stop paying you for ongoing work, why not embrace that reality and offer her access to a set of online courses that’ll teach them the basics of what they want to accomplish? Even if you just have a client you’d like to start lessening your workload with, offer to put together a customized package of content for them to learn how to satisfy their own needs after you’re gone and place a premium value on that content.

I think Clickbank is going to be around for a while. Digital information products, membership sites, PDF guides and other information that can be bought and sold on the internet is only going to grow. I give CB a hard time because I work in the internet marketing industry so I see horribly hyped and misleading products all the time, but there were a few goodies I found in my research for this article. I'm not recommending you promote these, but I just thought that they looked like high-value products for the right niche audience.

Hi everyone. I am looking for lots of people from various countries for selling user friendly offline accounting software which is fully accessible. No hidden cost, More details will be shared with you after receiving you interests. Commission will fixed 20 USD per sale. Cost of Accounting software in 81.75 USD. License renew cost from second year is 20.44 USD annually. 10 days free trial is ...


Another popular site to earn money doing gigs is Amazon's Mechanical Turk. You get paid a very small amount per gig (sometimes as low as $0.05) but you can do these tasks very quickly. For example, you could be asked to identify a picture or type certain text. When I was in college, I used to do these gigs in class and earn money while taking notes.

In the past I would create videos that ranked instantly within minutes of being uploaded using a variety of different methods that would then get free traffic going to a presell lander that I build off free wordpress themes that lead to my clickbank hoplink. There are many launch notification sites that details contests for AFF launches that are coming up. It makes it really easy to launch jack their branded terms e.g. product + review, and then rank on page 1 in Google with a parasite property, YouTube video, or even on Adwords.


- Having a job is a great way to start making some cash flow, but you should use it to actually start a business. A job isn’t scalable. You only have 24 hours in a day, and you're not even going to work more than 12 hours in a day. Having access to the internet is all you need, you can see that attention is now the new way to becoming successful. The more exposure your brand gets (whether that is from posts, social media, websites, etc) the more opportunities you have to monetize off your traffic. When you have a lot of people's attention, and you create a product, you’re likely to make a sale. THIS IS SCALABLE. Anything you put out on the internet compounds, continually getting more and more traffic that gives you a chance to make a sale.
Need more ideas on how to make money online? Another strategy is using webinars to market your product, service, or course. I’ve done webinars to promote my financial planning practice and to drum up interest in my online course for financial advisors. With a webinar, you’re basically offering a lot of tips and advice for free — usually in a live format. At the end though, you pitch your paid product or service with the goal of securing a few deals. 

TIP #1: Like I mentioned, you DO NOT already have to be an “expert” or what you consider to be the absolute top authority in your niche to be good at this or to have success. The majority of courses I published were just my spin on content of courses that I had just bought and consumed. You probably already know a lot about more about a certain topic than most people, but if you’re absolutely drawing a blank when coming up with ideas for content to teach, just get a subscription to Lynda.com – it’s only like $25/mo. Go through a couple courses that interest you, and teach those things you just learned. I guarantee if you do this you’ll absolutely make at back least the cost of your subscription within your first 30 days or less IF you take action.
Writing is a skill that all the above needs just add is communication, and professionalism. Then there are the bloggers that come together that more or less form done type of publication. After all, what’s a blog anyway other than freelance writing being monetized in the end by most who are successful, take bloggers together of a same interest and you have a publication – and goodness knows many bloggers could use editors.
Better yet, you can even upload your own book to one of the world’s largest book sellers: Amazon. With Amazon self-publishing, you set the price, retain the rights to your book, and get access to Amazon’s massive audience. For every sale, you keep 70% with Amazon taking the remainder as a fee. If you want to get started, check out Leslie Samuel's great guide to selling eBooks online or follow Tara Gentile on CreativeLive as she shows you how to use your existing body of work to write an eBook within the next week. Who knows, you might just write one of the best business books of this year! 

Moneymaking and Internet Marketing products always have higher refund rates compared to other products. You know people who buy IM products are the same people who sell IM products so they know how to play the game... Promote products about plastic surgery, woodworking, solar panel/energy, beauty and health, etc and you'll get low-to-non refund. I am speaking based on experience. I have 1 to 2 refund out of 50 products sold on how to grow taller...
Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission. Know that I only recommend products, tools and learning resources I've personally used and believe are genuinely helpful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to purchase them. Most of all, I would never advocate for buying something that you can't afford or that you're not yet ready to implement.
I was thinking print because I understand that market much better, as I come from that world. Also, there is an immense amount of competition online, specifically regarding PPC. Finally, print offers something which PPC ads do not IMO, which is, when people see something in a newspaper or magazine, they give it more weight. They tend to put more trust into it. Even though they shouldn’t, they assume because something is in print, it must be good and worthy. However…
Maybe it might surprise you to learn that it has far less to do with which bank you choose to click with, or which ZOO you JV on, but more to do with learning how to successfully promote products as an affiliate by either observing some of the successful affiliates who are making money online, or by getting a mentor with proven success that can show you how.
Not only will this multiply the money you’re bringing in in a serious way, but it protects you against any sudden changes in the market or in your business. Remember that old saying about putting all your eggs in one basket? A few hours a week committed to just one or two of the following opportunities will put you in a much stronger position to be financially safe and independent.
Aside: a fantastic new program was made by Adobe called Experience Design (Xd) and it is the manifestation of Adobe stealing Sketch's design and UX principles. This is amazing because Sketch is so much more enjoyable to use compared to photoshop but photoshop has more power and capability.  Xd has the best of both worlds and it is very much worth learning. It also has a suite of very nice features that you can incorporate into freelancing.
Selling textbooks can earn you some big bucks and really help out fellow students who may be looking for a discounted version of the book they need. And while the amount of money you can make from selling the books will largely depend on the books or classes themselves, it can be a nice way to make up some of the money you spent buying them in the first place. 

The ecommerce conversion rate in the U.S. in Q3 was 2.5 percent. Let’s think about this for a second. Ninety-seven out of 100 people are going to drop off your site WITHOUT converting. If you don’t invest in retargeting, you are doing a disservice to all of your other marketing efforts. Someone who comes to your site from a Google Shopping campaign could be very interested in ordering from your site but is price shopping amongst three different competitors. Your retargeting advertisements could be the difference that reminds them to come back to your site to convert. For retargeting, you need to place a pixel on the backend of your website so you can track website visitors. You also need to come up with creative ads that will follow the user around. Adwords provides a great tutorial on how to set-up retargeting.
I’m just starting at Clickbank, so I’m a total newbie, but if I want to follow this strategy can I do it promoting just one product, for example, Category>Health & Fitness —> X product. Then, should i start a blog or something like that where i can talk about things related to the product subject? if so, do i have to start making entries about this recurrently? or I can opt for just making an article with a free ebook in exchange to user’s e-mails and follow the process?
If you see yourself coding for less than 4/5 years and see it as a way of providing for yourself generously while you go through college to your true career (assumably something else), this is for you. This path avoids deeper levels of logic and doesn't give a more fundamental understanding of how code truly works and everything "behind the scenes".  It will however give you tools to build commercially valuable products that will put a roof over your head and pay for your tuition. If you really commit to this path, you can reasonably make about 3-5K a month by freelancing yourself online.
Don't take that as a green light to rush over to CB. Though you can still make money on Clickbank as I have demonstrated here today, it's not any easier than any other affiliate marketing setup. There's a lot of useless stuff on CB, and if you're not sure what to promote, it can be hard to find exactly what you want. Part of why I don't promote CB products anymore is because many of them are junk and I've never found a good one that's in a niche I'm interested in.
There are several advertising and monetization options, and your website, target audience, traffic volume, and visitor behavior will determine which options are the most reasonable for your particular website. Here in this infographic, I outlined some monetizing options to allow your website to generate revenue, whether you are trying to turn your website into a profitable business or just cover some of your operating expenses.
Then you have the word-of-mouth market. That's the bread and butter market. People will pay $3,000 for pretty much any quality of web design, for example. I assume that's where the owner of this site pulls work from, because he seems to have an engineers salary from freelancing which can only be done with risky sub-contracting on hub sites.. In this market you have to be a great salesman..
Thank you for your useful share above about the features and outlook of click bank and how we can make use of click bank in the future. I totally agree that there are many poor quality products on Clickbank. However, if we are serious about making money with CB, we can still get the opportunity by applying some useful tricks as what you mentioned in this writing. Thanks again!
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.
Barter your services with friends. Do you spend more than you'd like getting your hair and nails done each month? Do you have a friend who can't resist the pastries at the coffee shop or who pays for a personal trainer? Think about what both you and your friends spend money on, and then see if there's a way for you to barter and trade services with each other in order to save money.

So, I do sincerely hope more College students can be more courageous and resourceful to venture into new opportunities. For me personally, I don’t plan to get a College degree simply because I’m not going to work for other people. I’m running my own internet marketing business and creating my own future, instead of helping someone else to accomplish their dreams!


Do what you know. There are many programming languages out there on the market. When you do freelancing, you should remember that clients pay you to solve problems. You are not paid to learn new tools and languages. It is always good to expand your programming skills to learn other languages. However, you should only bid for the job that you are confident with.

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