There Are No Secrets When Making Money Online

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Earning money online is not rocket science. Some people make it but others easily apply the simplest techniques to earn an income on the web from the comfort of their own homes.

I am not going to go into too much boring details on how to earn money online. I am going to be just flat out honest and tell you everything that you need to know.

While some people claim to have all the secrets, I am here to tell you that there are no secrets when it comes to making simple money on the Internet.

Today, I am going to show you how to earn a great income with other people's online products (Affiliate Programs). The niche that you choose can be on any topic. It can be on piano lessons, earning money on eBay, coping with blushing, Online real estate courses, or any other niche that you really like and would like to focus on.

OK, after you come up with a niche that you want to focus on, you need to go and register a domain name. If for example, you want to focus on piano lessons, then try to register a name with "piano" in it.

After you do that, you need a website hosting company. You can go to Google and do a search for that too.

Once you have a website up and running, you will want to go to a major search engine like Google or Yahoo and search for an affiliate program on that topic. If you are looking into selling online piano affiliate programs, then do a search for that term. Type in "online piano affiliate programs". Sign up with the first one that you come across.

After you sign up, you will get an affiliate link that you can add to your website. Do that first. If you are not sure how to customize your website, look at what other people have on their website and this will help you a lot.

Next thing you will want to do, right after you have your own affiliate link and your website, is to add a newsletter form on it too.

Your main focus is to have people subscribe to your free online newsletter so that you can follow up with them and offer them your affiliate link that you can make money from every time someone buys from it. For that, you will need a email autoresponder company. There are 2 of them that are very good. One is and the other one is

To get people to your website, it is a good idea to set up a Pay Per Click campaigns with search engines like Yahoo and Google. When you do get an account set up, add more and more keywords to it. When someone goes to Yahoo or Google and searches for a keyword that you have in your account, they will most likely see your website and go there.

For every click, you will spend about 0.10 cents to 0.50 cents depending on the competition. The less competition, the less it will cost your per click. The more competition, the more it will cost you to per click.

And that is the simplest way to earn money online from home. There are no secrets when it comes to making money online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dmitry
    I have something even easier with even less secrets...

    You put up a site and ask people to "click here to order" then you leave everything else to ClickBank :p
    • Profile picture of the author KenJ

      The thing is that it is easy to write and hard to do

      There are many imponderables with this method. I have already come a cropper with paying too much per click so that I was losing money on every sale.

      I have the top PPC textbooks in my possesion and yet it is not quite as easy as you would think.

      I know that your plan works but the success is in the detail. I am still learning all the detail.

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