How can I make $50 a week without money to start up?

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If there is anyone willing to help me startup by explaining (ideally with details) how to make ANYTHING? I'd be happy with $20 in a few days.

I would just like to actually get some money from online work into my hands-An important step to motivate myself + The money will help a lot too.

Can anyone help? Or point me in the direction of another good thread please?
#internet marketing #$50 #make #money #start #week

  • Profile picture of the author swilliams09
  • Profile picture of the author ladywriter
    Unless you sell something on ebay, it's very tricky to make money 'in a few days', as in, less than 2 weeks.

    Most people will suggest a service (writing/web design) but you're looking at 2 week minimum to get started from what I've found. That's not too bad but it's not 'a few days'. You can offer services here but that involves a fee, which you could likely recoup...this might be your best bet depending on how payout is done tbh.

    The only other choice you have is something like Amazon mturk, who WILL pay you quickly once you reach $10, but the tasks pay pennies. I've never hit it hard so I don't know how quickly you can get to $10. And even that takes a few days to clear all the payments.
  • Profile picture of the author smoh
    Hmmm. That's a tough one, especially since nothing is really guaranteed. If you're looking for a "one week wonder" and you're looking for a small amount like $20-$50, a service that can be valuable to the everyday consumer, friend or family member may be best. From there, blast it out to your social media networks if they exist and have them retweet, 'like', etc.

    I've noticed a lot of people do quick e-mail blasts with e-mail marketing. If your service is worth $20, then 3 sales/wk will hit over the $50 mark for you. If you have nothing valuable to offer, then hit the drawing board and find something that you can offer that's valuable to you, me, your dad, sister, friends or your dog.
  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Offering services, Fiverr, that type of thing works. To start out I used to do surveys but that didn't work. Answering questions for ChaCha worked wonders. I made $150 my first week fairly easily. Check my blog if you are interested in ChaCha.
  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    Offering services is probably the only thing you can fit into right now :/. When you have some money start your own business to receive efficient and consistent earnings .
  • Profile picture of the author CK Trust
    this wso looks very promising if you can invest the $17 upfront and work it:
    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...e-reviews.html
  • Profile picture of the author Joewriter
    Can you write? I started without a single dime in my account and I am now having a thriving Article writing business. It does not matter where you start you can make good income from writing. Take this for example I write 10-20 articles per day each is $5-10 worth.
    I just started from a freelancing site earning $2/hr then I learn how to get along though that is five years ago.
    Try writing. PM me for more help I like nurturing writers, Since someone also did that to me.
    I hope that helps
    Regards
    Joe Writer
  • Profile picture of the author Dann Vicker
    Just like some people have suggested, the easiest way is to offer your services here on the warriorforum or on fiverr. Then invest in good wsos. Should get you going.
  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    I made my first bit of money online (outside of surveys and ChaCha) by writing. If you can write, the possibilities are endless! I've only been here and trying to earn money a little under a week and I've made well over $100 just from writing!
  • Profile picture of the author Steven Rayne
    Writing does seem like a good option. Where can I start writing without paying an upfront fee?

    Fiverr is one option but I have placed an ad and haven't received any orders.
  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Constant Content is always good... in my blog I have an entry about sites where you can make money writing. There are tons of freelancing sites that people use to hire writers. Constant Content pays the best from what I can tell but has higher quality requirements.
  • Profile picture of the author jideofor
    Originally Posted by AmandaT View Post

    Offering services, Fiverr, that type of thing works. To start out I used to do surveys but that didn't work. Answering questions for ChaCha worked wonders. I made $150 my first week fairly easily. Check my blog if you are interested in ChaCha.
    Please, how does the cha cha thing work?

    what is the means of payment
  • Profile picture of the author Terry Coombes
    Originally Posted by Steven Rayne View Post

    Writing does seem like a good option. Where can I start writing without paying an upfront fee?

    Fiverr is one option but I have placed an ad and haven't received any orders.
    Hi Steven,
    This is a copy of a post I made recently to someone asking a similar question.

    A few months back, I was looking around here for similar ideas and one that caught my eye was a casual mention of writing for London Brokers, an online publishing company (Google it). It's relatively poorly paid, but it's good for getting you into the discipline of article writing - if you make mistakes you'll be rejected, simple as that. You have to pass a small test to show that you're a native English speaker. The thing is, once you're under way with them, you can keep writing while you're looking for other work, say on Elance. London Brokers pay every Thursday without fail, into your Paypal account.

    This was the most positive, practical suggestion I saw, although the "desperate" thread mentioned above is excellent.

    If you don't have a Paypal account, get one immediately, to set up a fighting fund. Once you've built up a few hundred dollars (everything's dollars) from writing for London Brokers, plus selling odds & ends on Ebay, you'll be in a position to spend on such things as hosting, domain names and Warrior Special Offers (WSOs) on here. My first investment, that's been worth every penny, was joining the War Room.

    I also placed an ad in Warriors For Hire in which I advertised a low cost article writing offer. People here are very good at giving you a chance. What the low paying articles do is build your confidence that you can get paid for your work.

    A short while ago, I bought Nick Brighton's WSO about getting started on Elance. Low cost, great investment, because within days of taking his advice, I'd got my first job on there, despite having had an account for quite some time.

    I posted a question on here the other day asking "How do writers make a living?" and the responses on the thread were incredibly helpful. If you have any interest in writing take a look at that thread.

    Some will say, "Don't do article writing for low paying sites like London Brokers, it'll burn you out." But what you need is the feeling that you're getting paid for your work online. Once you've done that, you can move on from there. That's where I am right now.

    Each time you achieve something new, it will inspire you to try for the next level. I've found this is the best place in the world to get help.

    Good Luck

    Terry
  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Allen
    Freelance writing or some jobs on fiverr I'd suggest!!
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    i would suggest going on to ebay and learning how to sell stuff there.

    That will get some money coming it, use that money to help get yourself set up online, domain website etc.
  • Profile picture of the author Bradley J Anderson
    Of course, there's always the street corner method. It seems to work for a lot of people. :p
  • Profile picture of the author JayVance
    As others have said, Article writing is the quickest way. Write 5 articles for $10 each. Done.
  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    Don't buy a WSO unless it has a lot of testimonials saying it works and you think you're ready for it. Most of the times (19/20) you will purchase a WSO and either get; something you already knew, or something you simply can't operate.

    Once again, go for a service.
  • Profile picture of the author Duquette
    you can always get fast hard cash by offering a service. questions are, what kind of service you can offer ?, and how good are you in it ?

    anyway, good luck
  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Originally Posted by jideofor View Post

    Please, how does the cha cha thing work?

    what is the means of payment
    They have two ways to get paid. The first is through "Pay Me Monthly" where you set it up with your bank account and once a month, if you have $100+ on there, it will transfer the money over. The other way is "Pay Me Now" where you sign up for an account with their affiliated bank. You will be sent a bank debit card and you can transfer the money over whenever you want for a $2 fee. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions about getting set up with ChaCha.

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