Play4Uber includes a section for WoW (both US and EU), GuildWars, Lord of the Rings Online, Final Fantasy XI and Eve Online. These are only two sample websites in a growing sea of sites that are popping up and offering you, the expert gamer, an opportunity to earn some awesome cash from those skills that you’ve developed during those late-night, Red Bull fueled gaming sessions.
Well, what you do depends partly on what you have the skills to do. Obviously you can run a computer, but online jobs aren’t the only ones out there. You could also clean houses, paint, wash cars, babysit, walk dogs, or any other things someone needs help with and is willing to pay you to do. The thing to do is, keep an open mind and don’t hesitate to ask others if they need help. Then, use your money wisely. Don’t just spend it all. Save and invest some too.
First, check if you’re eligible to sell in your chosen category. Some products, such as auto parts and clothing, require Amazon’s approval before you can list them. Then determine how much it will cost to get your product in customers’ hands. That includes everything from materials and labor to packing, labeling and shipping. You may outsource the shipping, storage and customer service by participating in the Fulfillment by Amazon program. But that will cost you, so weigh the options carefully.
"G" stands for GOAL-ORIENTED: The content should be goal-oriented. Everyone is looking for a solution. One that gets them closer to their goals. One that helps them go from A to B and B to C and so on. If you're the one that presents them with the actionable solution, they're going to associate whatever progress they made with you. Naturally, that means they'll come back and spend money with you.
You’ve got my curiosity piqued on EasyAzon. I saw the instructional video where you get to send people through the localised links, but provided you fill in the associate or tracking number for every country, example XX1 for Canada, XX2 for UK, so on and so forth. Does that mean, I’ll need to register myself manually for all the Amazon affiliate programmes across different countries, or can I generate these numbers all on EasyAzon?
After finding your blog, a couple weeks ago, I finally setup a carousel on one of my blogs. After reading your blog, I had a bunch of different ideas on how to use my Amazon affiliate account across a handful of my blogs but as of April 15th, Amazon is closing the affiliate program for all Illinois residents. The Illinois governor signed a tax law that requires Amazon to charge tax on affiliate sales in Illinois even if the retailer doesn’t have a presence here.