The majority of the world’s working population perform their jobs
in offices and most of the world’s working population do not
like their jobs because, well, who wants to work? So, if you
don’t like to work but have to work anyway, why stick yourself
into a job with low pay? The best solution would be to find a
high-paying job, work hard and then start your own business if
you can. The problem is, even with a high paying job, you can’t
earn enough money to start a business.

The World Wide Web, being an economy in itself, offers a
variety of opportunities for making money. You can try your hand
at freelance jobs like data encoding, medical transcription,
article composition and programming. There are a number of
freelancer websites that you can join so you may work at home
and put some extra money in your pocket. Start-up capital = $0

There are supposedly expert moneymakers who, for a small fee of
$100 to $200 will teach you how to earn $2,000 to $10,000 a
month. You can try out their system for free, but, you will have
to place a deposit to be able to get the free trial. Start-up
capital = $49 to $100 depending on deposit requirements.

Finally, you can be a passive internet salesperson. I call it
passive because all you have to do is establish a base of
operations in the internet. Once that base has been established,
you have the potential to earn from $0 to unlimited income. All
you have to do afterwards is maintain or update that base once
every three months. And yes, this advice is free. No trial
offers, and no deposits required. Read on please.

Vendor sites like amazon.com offer internet surfers the
opportunity of earning additional income in exchange for the
promotion of their website and products. This is how it works.
You will need to sign-up for affiliate membership. Most vendor
sites that offer affiliate programs do not charge you for this.
This is only fair since you will be selling them to people. Be
wary of vendor sites that charge fees for membership to their
affiliate programs.

Once you join-up, they will give you a reference number or an
ID number that you will paste into your html scripts. Your
vendor site will give you instructions on how to paste them.

Normally, an affiliate will have to have a website where they
can promote the vendor site. You will promote the vendor site by
adding links to the site’s home page and some specific products
which you think will sell more. You will need to design your
website to accommodate these links as well as alter some of your
websites graphics to make way for banners, or picture links.
Don’t forget to add the ID or reference number to the link so
that the vendor can identify your referral.

Once you have the links in place, you will need to write some
250++ words about the product you are selling. I recommend
allotting 1 web page per product as this will help you in search
engine result rankings. The content you write will have to be
relevant and filled with keywords that pertain to the product
itself. Once everything is done, you need to find out if your
website shows up in search engine queries when browsing for your
product.

If you think this is too much work, you can try writing
newsletters about a product on a vendor site that contains links
to the product. You then post the newsletter on the internet and
hope that a search engine indexes it.

Mind you, this isn’t a get rich quick scheme. Times are hard
and we need all the financial assistance we can get. This is
just one option where you can possibly earn a lot more than your
current income.

To your success,

David Lee Williamson
Make Money 10 levels deep!
Get 1000's of new friends

P.S. The problem with most affiliate is that they don’t last
long because they fail to maintain and update their product
links. Some of the products that you have linked to before may
have already been discontinued. You need to check on your links
at least once every 3 months or once a month at optimum.
Finally, don’t be content with what you have. Look for
additional products to sell.

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Comment by Alon Kim Dacquel on February 15, 2009 at 3:04am
So what was the SEO trick? were you simply going over affiliate marketing? I talk about internet marketing and SEO from a recruiters perspective on my blog. You seem to know the topic. I invite you to make a guest post.

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