Monday, November 30, 2009

Trying Not To Spread Myself To Thin.

I have been reading numerous posts on other blogs about all of there online ventures. I want to focus on the few that I currently have, and make them more profitable. I know that having numerous ways of earnings can be beneficial, but it can also hurt you. If you can make the same amount of money working on 4 or 5 project that you can make with 10 to 20 projects, why not focus on the smallest amount. My goal is to maximize my earnings on the few sites that I currently use, then branch out to more. Others may believe differently, but I choose not to spread myself to thin. I am sure that I will be adding more before long, but I want to learn as much as I can first.

To see my current ventures please look at my 1st post:
The Beginning Of My Home Income Venture

Friday, November 27, 2009

Noticing Progress

I have only branched out my home income recently, and I already notice good progress. I have two blogs, and write for three different sites. All of these have shown a profit in the last week. My blogs have made over $7 in the first week being up.

The writing sites have been increasing on a regular basis. EHOW has been the best all around, but Associated Content and bukisa have been showing a decent income for this period.

I will begin posting more detailed earnings from my sites on here weekly. Every Monday I will give a breakdown of the earnings, and where they are coming from. I know the earnings will not look like a lot at first, but I want to show everyone my progress. Over time the earnings will increase, and you will know how I did it.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you all have a great day, and get to eat a lot of food.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Don't Put All Of Your Eggs In One Basket.

Until now I have been focusing most of my time on EHOW, which is becoming very profitable, but I am pushing further. I do not want to have only one site that pays me, I want a few. I am trying to get to the point where I am getting an income from multiple different places, so I know I will continue to earn.

If I continue to add different income streams I will be able to continuously earn money. If you are seriously interested in earning a residual income, put your focus on a couple of different sites. Begin with 2 or 3, then add something every month. Do not overwhelm yourself, it could actually hurt you in the long run. Pay attention to each income stream. It may take a little while for you to earn the money you are hoping for, but if you continue your work you will see it pay off.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Bukisa

I have only been writing for Bukisa for a week or so, and have made $1.50. I took a few articles from EHOW and Associated content that had not been very profitable, and posted them here. The site is currently paying over $3 for every 1000 views. I currently have 41 articles published, and most have only been up for a couple of days. Having this in addition to my other sites will help quite a bit.

The begining of my at home income venture.

Most of my online income comes from Writing. I have been dabbling in writing online for a little while, and now I am pushing into blogging. I want to share my journey with others that are trying to pursue earning money from home. I will be updating this blog regularly to let you know what my progress is.

A breakdown of my current earning sites:

http://www.ehow.com/members/nonar21.html?view=3rd

http://earningwithehow.blogspot.com/

http://www.associatedcontent.com/user/576880/nona_robinson.html

http://www.bukisa.com/people/nonar21


I have only recently discovered the absence revenue, and do see it as being something very profitable.

Last month I made about $200 with my writing income. I have chose to add other things to increase my earnings. My writing income will continue to grow monthly, and others will as well.

I do not believe you have to pay money to make money. Nothing I do online has ever cost me a dime.

I also take surveys on www.mysurvey.com, and read emails from www.inboxdollars.com. I usually make between $200 and $300 a year with these sites. It does not seem like much, but I do very simple things that do not take long. With mysurvey, I also get items to test from time to time.