How can I start earning about $400 consistently and QUICKLY online?

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Hi guys!

I'm not sure if I'm gonna get some flak for this, but I'm in a bit of a predicament and I could use with some help.

I just started with internet making and have been absolutely intrigued and pumped about it. I'm a producer/director/writer by day and though I love my job, I hate being a 'mind for hire'. I don't get to work on stuff that I'm passionate about and it kills me that I'm simply an employee at the end of the day.

So when Jason Von Orden introduced Traffic Attraction Formula, I jumped at the opportunity, albeit a little too hastily. I say 'hastily', coz I don't earn much ($3000) and though the program is ABSOLUTELY brilliant and I'm learning a lot and am looking forward to it every single day, I still have unpaid bills to return to at the end of the day and I'm very stressed about it. In fact, I feel guilty doing the TAF modules.

I could give it up and get my refund, but I don't want to quit the program just coz I can't afford it. I want to increase my income so that I can.

I know there are many of you here with successful online businesses. I was wondering if I could get your advice on how to earn quick, legitimate cash online. I'm doing some affiliate marketing, building blogs and all that good stuff and I know it's hard work and I'm working on them everyday, but I need money quick.

I'm cringing as I say this "I need money quick" but that's my situation right now. I hope I can get some good advice on how I can get started on earning about $400 consistently and quickly every month.

Thank you so much, all!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nickolie0990
    Well, in order to get money you just need to create desire. So here is what I would do...

    You will want to first choice a big market, becuase there is a ton of players in it. Secondly, set up a Wordpress blog and download the TSG podcasting plugin.

    Next simply go to as many product owners with affiliate programs and ask to interview them. Not everybody is going to say yes, but If you send out around 20 per week, I'm positive one will say yes.

    Now, use that interview as a lead magnet and have the person you interview promote the interview to his prospect list. Then all you have to do is post the interview the blog you created and make sure you have your affiliate link on the post.

    If you want to boost sales, you could also write a review of the product and or add bonuses. But that requires extra work.

    You can easily make $400 per week doing that, and you will be build a email list in a market where the tons of stuff being bought and sold everyday.

    Hope that helps

    Mark
  • Profile picture of the author IM Ash
    Hey Anatshiva...

    You know what...

    You have the mindset to earn $400 a day, but the truth is: it takes time to build an online business.

    I wish I could offer you an easy solution, but I cannot!

    Success is measured by effort, investment, and time!
  • Profile picture of the author drifter73
    Just curious, but in one paragraph you said you don't make much & quoted $3000.00 as the amount you make per month, which is actually pretty good money in Singapore, and then attest that the program is excellent that's making that money for you. Then, in another paragraph you ask us how to make at least $400.00 per month because you need money badly. I guess I'm a bit confused as to why you don't stick with the program that seems to be working great for you already bringing in $3,000 per month to make more with it. Or did you mean that the program caps off at $3,000 and you need a secondary program to make an additional $400.00 on top of that one?
    • Profile picture of the author anantshiva
      hey drifter73,

      sorry, I should've made myself clearer!

      the TAF program just started less than a week ago....right now, we're in the setting up phase. and it'll take a couple of months before we go to the 'money making' phase. I find the program excellent in the sense that Jason's doing a great job of helping everyone out and it feels great to be part of a mastermind group and to be bouncing ideas off of one another and setting up businesses together. but nobody's made any money off it just yet. I'm sure we will, but like Elva8 said, that'll take time and effort! and all of us know that and we're prepared to work our asses off!

      the problem is (and it seems be only mine) is that I find the cost of the program rather steep given my financial situation. I know it's not much really, for an education and an investment, but like I said, that's my situation.

      I didn't choose to pay the entire cost right upfront. I'm paying about $400 every month. and therein lies my problem. $400 to the program and I have $400 less for everything else.

      Unfortunately, $3000 is not actually pretty good money in Singapore. $8000 probably is, but not $3000. Cost of living here is very high.

      I hope that clarifies things. Thanks everyone!
  • Profile picture of the author Herbert S Richter
    Have a plan, ( PPC or SEO ), read and research a lot. Outsource.
  • Profile picture of the author glassextreme
    Anant, you could start by offering your services in the warriors for hire.
    since you are a writer, I think you can do writing gigs first before you learn the ropes from your program.

    And yes, $3000 in Singapore isn't much. If your family's income is that, you actually qualify for one of the government's cheapest housing tier.
  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    Anant, if you require quick, immediate cash, start thinking of the types of services that you could offer (article writing, ghostwriting, backlinking, blog set up, etc.) and advertise your services here. While this is going to require serious work on your part, the nice thing about it is that it results in immediate payment flowing into your Paypal account, unlike affiliate or CPA marketing.

    It appears from your post that you can write quite well, so why don't you think about writing PLR article packs and sell them here? In addition to that, there are content/article sites on the internet that you pay you a decent amount per article submitted (if they're accepted), and that's something you should consider as well. The names of these sites elude me at the moment, but if you do a search of the forums you'll find plenty of threads that delve into how to submit your articles there to pick up some quick cash.

    Paul
  • Profile picture of the author anantshiva
    Hi everyone! I'm sorry I haven't been back to update everyone on my status. As it turned out, I took the advice of you good folks here and left the TAF program. I got a refund and it's all good : )

    I'm getting a video production business up on the side (since I've been doing award winning stuff for TV for about 5 years now). I'm not doing this online though. I simply went through a directory of small businesses and started cold-calling. I managed to get a pretty big restaurant interested in a corporate video. I've just sent the proposal and I'm feeling good about it *fingers crossed!*

    I wish I can get started in web video production, but I don't know where to start. Maybe I'll go look in warriors for hire!
    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by anantshiva View Post

      Hi everyone! I'm sorry I haven't been back to update everyone on my status. As it turned out, I took the advice of you good folks here and left the TAF program. I got a refund and it's all good : )

      I'm getting a video production business up on the side (since I've been doing award winning stuff for TV for about 5 years now). I'm not doing this online though. I simply went through a directory of small businesses and started cold-calling. I managed to get a pretty big restaurant interested in a corporate video. I've just sent the proposal and I'm feeling good about it *fingers crossed!*

      I wish I can get started in web video production, but I don't know where to start. Maybe I'll go look in warriors for hire!
      Thanks for dropping by to update us, Anant. I think you made the wise choice by deciding to drop TAF. I feel that if your financial situation ends up being so tight after purchasing a course/method that you continually worry about it, then this makes it very difficult for you to implement things properly due to your state of mind.

      I am sure you thought that TAF was a good course and that you could have done something with it, but there'll always be something else down the road later on, when the timing's a little more conducive for you.

      If it was leaving you financially strapped just purchasing the course, chances are you wouldn't have followed through and implemented the system anyway, as that usually requires additional funds which you do not seem to currently have.

      Paul
  • Profile picture of the author DylanJames
    Making money online is no different than making money offline. You need a great product/service, it has to be priced correctly, and you have to have "over the top" after the sale service. Combine those three things and put it in front of the right people, you'll do fine.

    Give it time though. I know this magical internet thing is supposed to make us all billionaires overnight without even turning our computer on, but that simply isn't true. Sure, you can make money quickly, but making money consistently takes hard work, dedication and a plan.

    I've own my own company for 20 years now and I work much longer and harder than most 9 to 5 people I know.

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