3 Guaranteed ways to make money online 100% free

by SamirSM 66 replies
Hi guys!

I wanted to list these three ways to make a small guaranteed income daily from the internet. I find a lot of threads here about how to get started online. These 3 methods (maybe 1 maybe all 3 depending on your skills and dedication) will even help the newbies earn enough to start their own self-hosted websites in a month.

1.Textbroker.com: $10-$50/day
Find a topic of your choice and write 100-1000 word articles to earn daily without having to look for clients.



2.Microworkers.com: $5-$30/day
Start sharing on twitter, facebook, youtube etc., or adding links to your PR1+ blogs, writing paid reviews of 50 words and above on your blog, post on forums and blogs etc. and get paid daily.



3.Webanswers: $1-$5/day for the first few weeks
Answer 20-30 easy and small questions daily to start earning residual Adsense income.

Added by MMWoodward :
4.Cloudcrowd.com: similar to microworkers.com


And please add to the list any sites you are sure will be a source of guaranteed income.


Regards,

Samir.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Brauer
    I've never heard of textbroker before....

    How much do they pay per article? How do you get paid?

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by prophetmktg View Post

      I've never heard of textbroker before....

      How much do they pay per article? How do you get paid?

      Thanks!
      Hi!

      Textbroker is a freelancing site where clients post keywords and titles, with a certain minimum level of writers who can attempt those articles.

      The writers can select a project after going over it for max. 10 minutes. The writer gets 1 or more days to finish the article(s) in the project, during which time no other writer can get the project. After the deadline the incomplete project is returned to the pool of open projects and any writer can bid on it.

      The important thing is that the writers get a rating based on their last 5 individual project ratings, and cannot attempt projects above that rating level (2-5).

      The payment for these open projects depends on the level of the project and not the writer.

      $0.7/100 words for the lowest Level 2 and more for the higher levels.

      There are also direct orders whereby a client may ask a particular writer to do the job, at a rate fixed by the writer.

      The client has to pay a 30% commission to the website.
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    • Profile picture of the author DeborahDera
      Textbroker is similar to eCopywriters. They pay via PayPal, 2x per month, I believe. Rate of pay varies depending on what you are approved for when you apply. Can be anything from .5 to 2c per word or more. Sometimes they have special projects where you can earn higher rates.

      Originally Posted by prophetmktg View Post

      I've never heard of textbroker before....

      How much do they pay per article? How do you get paid?

      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    this might be helpful for newbie who doesn't have any money to start a online business
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  • Profile picture of the author xxdksxx
    I'm interested in these things which is the easiest way to make a guaranteed $10 a day?
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  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Textbroker is really great for getting started. My original goal was $100 a week and I easily made that with Textbroker. I ended up deciding to find my own clients for more money but when business is slow I still go back to Textbroker. I list some other sites like that for writing on my blog in my sig.

    There is also ChaCha, which is slow but there is always work to do there. It is a simple question answering service and you answer them using a click and answer interface so it doesn't take much time to answer questions. I talk about that in my blog too if anyone wants to know more about it.

    These types of sites are great for people just starting out... that was how I got my start up money for domains, hosting, and War Room.
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  • Profile picture of the author bkkmma
    Nice ideas. Textbroker was new to me, so thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tanae Jay
      Thanks for the sites as they are new to me! will check them out.
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  • Profile picture of the author corsleymaxwell
    First time I've heard this one...
    Thanks for sharing this great idea! Keep'em going indiHow. I will try this one.


    1.Textbroker.com: $10-$50/day

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  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    The way textbroker works is you will submit a writing sample and be given a rating. You will get between 2 and 4 if you are accepted. That rating decides which jobs you can take. If you are a 3 you can take level 2 and 3 jobs. Level 2 jobs pay under 1 cent per word. Level 3 pays one cent per word. If you are a level 4 long enough you can apply to become a level 5 and get the highest paying jobs. When you submit an article to a client it will be reviewed later by textbroker so based on the quality of the work you do you can raise or lower your level. The system works pretty well. Level 2s may have trouble finding work sometimes but there are always a few jobs of each level available.
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by AmandaT View Post

      The way textbroker works is you will submit a writing sample and be given a rating. You will get between 2 and 4 if you are accepted. That rating decides which jobs you can take. If you are a 3 you can take level 2 and 3 jobs. Level 2 jobs pay under 1 cent per word. Level 3 pays one cent per word. If you are a level 4 long enough you can apply to become a level 5 and get the highest paying jobs. When you submit an article to a client it will be reviewed later by textbroker so based on the quality of the work you do you can raise or lower your level. The system works pretty well. Level 2s may have trouble finding work sometimes but there are always a few jobs of each level available.
      Thanks for the details Amanda!
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      • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
        Originally Posted by corsleymaxwell View Post

        First time I've heard this one...
        Thanks for sharing this great idea! Keep'em going indiHow. I will try this one.


        1.Textbroker.com: $10-$50/day

        Originally Posted by Tanae Jay View Post

        Thanks for the sites as they are new to me! will check them out.
        Glad you found the info useful.
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        • Profile picture of the author kamalmix
          Thank you, gonna try it after sometime
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  • Profile picture of the author traficmaster
    nice share,textbroker was new to me as well
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  • Profile picture of the author Player87
    Is Textbroker available for people in the UK?

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Player87 View Post

      Is Textbroker available for people in the UK?

      Thanks!
      No Textbroker.com is only for US citizens.
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      • Profile picture of the author theultimate1
        Originally Posted by indihow View Post

        No Textbroker.com is only for US citizens.
        That leads me to... Are you using it? If yes, how? I see that you're in India.
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        • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
          Originally Posted by theultimate1 View Post

          That leads me to... Are you using it? If yes, how? I see that you're in India.
          Well it's kind of an open secret really.

          Use some other person's account!
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by kamalmix View Post

      Thank you, gonna try it after sometime
      Originally Posted by traficmaster View Post

      nice share,textbroker was new to me as well
      Originally Posted by moneff View Post

      Thank you for sharing this with us dude!
      Glad to help guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
    Originally Posted by indihow View Post

    2.Microworkers.com: $5-$30/day
    Start sharing on twitter, facebook, youtube etc., or adding links to your PR1+ blogs, writing paid reviews of 50 words and above on your blog, post on forums and blogs etc. and get paid daily.
    Hi Samir,

    I think the sentiment behind your thread was superb, trying to help others.

    My problem is with the number two.

    Are these not the same people I report on a daily basis for blatantly link spamming this forum?
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

      Hi Samir,

      I think the sentiment behind your thread was superb, trying to help others.

      My problem is with the number two.

      Are these not the same people I report on a daily basis for blatantly link spamming this forum?
      Coming to think of it I should probably have left out that portion :rolleyes:
      <btw I too have been forced to report a dozen or so myself!>

      Guys Microworkers is a great site, but you need to draw some lines! Post links on forums which allow you to! Like the ones which pay you to post threads :p

      WF is an awesome forum and intends to remain so! So dump your links elsewhere!
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by indihow View Post

        Coming to think of it I should probably have left out that portion :rolleyes:
        <btw I too have been forced report a dozen or so myself!>


        Samir, I wasn't having a go at you at all, I just thought we have enough of them here already

        Like I said, I fully appreciate why you're doing this and it's only to help others, I can't knock that.

        please i want to open a paypal account in nigeria here and the thing is not opening,can somebody help me to open it from another conutry and send me the login details.pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
        Errr, how exactly do we do that? I open an account with my bank details and send you, someone I've never met, the login and password?

        I've never done this for anyone so I'm intrigued exactly how you plan to do this? :confused:

        There must be some Nigerians here that can offer alternate and less dubious solutions.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
    Originally Posted by olawale2010 View Post

    please i want to open a paypal account in nigeria here and the thing is not opening,can somebody help me to open it from another conutry and send me the login details.pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    seriously?
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    • Profile picture of the author Lonetrader
      How do you manage to use textwriter from India - I tried to sign up and only USA is available as a country address.
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      • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
        Originally Posted by Lonetrader View Post

        How do you manage to use textwriter from India - I tried to sign up and only USA is available as a country address.
        Well actually I use the textbroker account of one of my US clients. She takes a 15% cut each month, but even that is good enough for me
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  • Profile picture of the author cryst
    yes text broker are trust worthy i had a service of them they were really good ......
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  • Profile picture of the author Bradley J Anderson
    Originally Posted by olawale2010 View Post

    please i want to open a paypal account in nigeria here and the thing is not opening,can somebody help me to open it from another conutry and send me the login details.pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    Sure, I can do that. Please PM me your name, address, phone number, social security number, mother's maiden name, bank account number, credit card number, pin and cvv code.

    As soon as I get that info from you, I'll get right on setting that PP account up.
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Bradley J Anderson View Post

      Sure, I can do that. Please PM me your name, address, phone number, social security number, mother's maiden name, bank account number, credit card number, pin and cvv code.

      As soon as I get that info from you, I'll get right on setting that PP account up.
      Haha! Amazing troubleshooting skills!
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  • Profile picture of the author durgyy
    Thanks for Sharing , What are the time line to complet a Project. If project is rejected whether i get another one
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by durgyy View Post

      Thanks for Sharing , What are the time line to complet a Project. If project is rejected whether i get another one
      The timeline on Textbroker.com per project varies from 1 day (24 hrs) to usually 3 days (72 hrs). Unless you write very poorly, the client would probably ask you to revise the content a few times before actually rejecting the project.

      In case it does get rejected, you can apply for other projects as long as the average rating of your last 5 projects is 2 or more.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Also, you do not need to wait for your article to be accepted before taking another job. After your first five you will have to wait for them to be reviewed but after that you will be free to write as many as you wish.
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  • Profile picture of the author monitorit
    anything like textbroker for uk writers?
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    • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
      Originally Posted by monitorit View Post

      anything like textbroker for uk writers?
      You can try Demand Studios.

      Freelance Jobs | Demand Media Studios
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      • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
        Originally Posted by AmandaT View Post

        You can try Demand Studios.

        Freelance Jobs | Demand Media Studios
        I agree they are a very high paying site, but very demanding too from what I hear!
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        • Profile picture of the author Tarsha
          Demand is actually not so bad once you learn their format and what it is they are looking for. Most of my articles are accepted without revision request, and only a few requests have been totally unreasonable. They pay $18.50 for the articles I write and pay twice a week. I think I'll deal with it for a little while. Lol.

          Textbroker is great as well. I was writing there heavily before transitioning over to Demand.
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          • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
            Originally Posted by TX_Girl777 View Post

            Demand is actually not so bad once you learn their format and what it is they are looking for. Most of my articles are accepted without revision request, and only a few requests have been totally unreasonable. They pay $18.50 for the articles I write and pay twice a week. I think I'll deal with it for a little while. Lol.

            Textbroker is great as well. I was writing there heavily before transitioning over to Demand.
            I agree. Break Studios (again US only) is like that too, only pays less ($8).

            However, these three are for total noobs who want to get their hands on a few easy bucks first.
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  • Profile picture of the author freelancetwopointzero
    Micro workers surely is one of the things that come to mind, and it's indeed free and easy to earn small time money from. This will definitely help get starters up and running.
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  • Profile picture of the author lazyfrog
    The internet and money seems to revolve around US people and US market, but people from India and Nigeria always seems to get through by some way or another and of course live to share it to others.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ian Jackson
      Originally Posted by AmandaT View Post

      You can try Demand Studios.

      Freelance Jobs | Demand Media Studios
      Originally Posted by indihow View Post

      I agree they are a very high paying site, but very demanding too from what I hear!
      Thanks Amanda, but Demand studios is, as indihow suggests, a right pain in the a**e!! Such a shame the text people don't open up to non-US accounts. Guess that's because of IRS rules
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  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    To be honest, I rarely write for Textbroker anymore... I get better clients and a good steady stream of work from my Warriors for Hire thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claire Sharp
    This is the first time i heard about textbroker. I don't know if i will try this one. I am already used with the one i have now. But thanks anyway for sharing this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Skinner
    Nice post. Simple and to the point. Do work and get paid. How many starting with nothing will actually take action?
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Scott Skinner View Post

      Nice post. Simple and to the point. Do work and get paid. How many starting with nothing will actually take action?
      I earned my first $5 for a hosting review and the next buck from a PTC site :p

      (I used to earn in Indian Rupees on Cramster.com as a Physics expert before that though )

      So, I thought why not give newbies 3 hugely better ways to earn a few bucks each day!
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberSorcerer
    Originally Posted by John92 View Post

    those methods are for newbies
    That is why I got over textbrokers for my students. Yes it is mainly for newbies but it give them a chance to build up example articles for their resume and also a chance to get experience working with clients.

    It's not that hard to join and get rated. I joined, wrote an example article which is required so they can give you a starting grade. I started at level 3 stars. You can build up from their. If you do get put at the lowest level, which is 2 stars, then work is a little more limited but still enough for you to build your experience up with.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthewgen
    this has really helped me understand what really works. thanks for the great information.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    I used to write for text broker, but you can definitely make more money writing articles for yourself long-term. There's a reason people are paying you to writer theirs - they are expecting a ROI.
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    • Profile picture of the author CyberSorcerer
      Originally Posted by JamesGw View Post

      I used to write for text broker, but you can definitely make more money writing articles for yourself long-term. There's a reason people are paying you to writer theirs - they are expecting a ROI.
      This is true, but for newbies starting out their going to have to build samples some how. Might as well get paid something for it by doing it at sites like this.

      Hell, you might even build up a clientele from there that will pay you more money. I know people that have done that.

      Any way you look at it it gives you experience is writing something for someone, dealing with a client, etc. This way when you move onto higher paying jobs you have an understand on how things work.
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      • Profile picture of the author neojr
        Good tips.

        For freelance work try also oDesk.
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        • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
          Originally Posted by neojr View Post

          Good tips.

          For freelance work try also oDesk.
          Odesk is great for writers with moderate experience. If you are a blogger though, you can join sites like Odesk, Elance, GAF right away!

          My samples get me selected over bidders with 10s of feedbacks on GAF (I have 0!). So what ultimately matters is you!
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          • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
            And guys the most important thing about Textbroker.com is that you get to write articles as short as 100 words!

            For those you need just around 5-10 mins even if you have never heard of the topics!

            I easily write 5-10 articles in an hour, and get over $12 on an average/hour right away!

            So, if you work hard for 3-4 hours a day, you can easily make around $50. Once you reach level 4 or 5, you can earn as much in a lot less time.

            And another great thing is you don't need to write for any fixed number of hours or a minimum number of articles daily. It is totally up to you!

            Textbroker.com is like no other site really. If you know how to write error-free English, don't even think of any other freelancing gigs unless you are getting over $1.5 per 100 words!


            Regards

            Samir
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            • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
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  • Profile picture of the author yssync
    I suck at writing plus English is my second language... any chance still making $$$ from these sites???
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  • Profile picture of the author MMWoodward
    If you have Facebook, you can also find a service similar to textbroker called CloudCrowd. It, too, has a rating system that you have to work your way through to get better work when it is available. They pay to your paypal every business night in US dollars and seems to be open to other countries. It just asks you to prove you're not a US citizen for tax purposes.

    However, projects come and go, ranging from finding urls for articles, writing articles and even translation work. When there's a project going, you can make a nice chunk of change with a bit of work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    This is great for seed money. Once you earn the seed money, you can work on doing a business because you don't want to be the cheap labor. You want to hire the cheap labor and take the profits.
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Mike McAleer View Post

      This is great for seed money. Once you earn the seed money, you can work on doing a business because you don't want to be the cheap labor. You want to hire the cheap labor and take the profits.
      Exactly what I'm doing right now!

      I've taken up a writing gig at a popular Tech blog, and the owner has 7-8 other writers, paying all of us $5 upfront for 200+ words articles, apart from a share of the monthly revenue!

      The rest of the time I'm busy trading shares on the stock market or building my writing team along with my US associate.

      Once you have written over 200 articles for clients, the payment rate as well as the quality of topics matter a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Nice tips, ofcourse once your income has increased you can always invest in other ventures
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by dagaul101 View Post

      Nice tips, ofcourse once your income has increased you can always invest in other ventures
      Exactly. Many people either don't have the funds or the desire to spend anything online, and want to start earning online free. For them even one of these $30-$50 paydays is enough to get a domain name and web hosting!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rødvin
    Good tips, I'll post the links in my new upcoming website, Where people can get good work from your advices.. i like it keep it up
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    • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
      Originally Posted by Rødvin View Post

      Good tips, I'll post the links in my new upcoming website, Where people can get good work from your advices.. i like it keep it up
      Glad you found it useful
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  • Profile picture of the author inetmatrimonial
    your ideas are awesome for online money making !! Thanks for sharing
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