Ok I have a FB page with over 160k likes. I am being contacted by people wanting to pay me 250-300$ per ad. Is this possibly legit? It’s alot of different people so it makes me wonder, but seems more logically that it would be a scam. I’ve loaded fb business manager and I’m told by the latest that they want to run an ad campaign on the side of my page for payment of that to do so. I can not find anywhere that people talk about such so it is probably just a scam. Please advise on how to be sure. Thanks.
#8 – Get a Loan – Visit a bank or loan office and see if you qualify for a short-term loan. Your chances of getting approved will depend on your credit and whether or not you have any collateral. Some lenders may be willing to work with you even if your credit is bad if you can get a co-signer with good credit, and some lenders are more lenient than others overall when it comes to your credit. Peer-to-peer lending is another option to consider if you're interested in getting a loan.
There are entire books written on how to become a virtual assistant, so this job is definitely worthy of more research. My advice: Focus on one niche (I just hired Lisa Morosky of VA for Bloggers, for instance.) Also, reach out to potential customers directly and let them know what you can do for them instead of hitting up freelance web sites. Finally, you may want to consider resources such as AssistU, which provides training for up-and-coming virtual assistants.
Slice the Pie is a site I use quite frequently. All you do is listen to music and rate/review it. You'll get paid anywhere from six to seven cents up to sometimes seventeen cents per song you review just depending on if they have any promos going on. It only takes a few minutes to review a song. They pay out on Tuesdays and Fridays and you must have a minimum of $10 to withdraw your earnings, but this is very possible to do twice per week.
Although I am an “uber-experienced newbie” in the Internet Marketing world, I was an Amazon-phobic, having been only familiar (and seen some success) with ClickBank products, not venturing into anything outside CB. The low commissions and lack of knowledge on how to correctly promote the products and inner workings of their affiliate program was another deterrent in getting started.
In your parent's day, the only way to make a living drawing comics was to get your comics into the newspaper or work for DC and Marvel. Today, you can draw comics about anything you want and start your own site to host them with a little money borrowed from mom and dad. Selling t-shirts and space for advertisers is a great way to earn a little money with your own comic.