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General Discussion / Re: A big thank you!
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 11:02:07 AM »
You are quite welcome. Yes, I have benefitted from being part of this site. I have always found it to be instructive in terms of giving information in terms of online earning. There are a few sites and apps I have checked out from being a part of the site.
General Discussion / Re: Goals
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 10:59:49 AM »
That should certainly be doable. I try sometimes to set small goals with my earning online, if I try to set goals that are too lofty they will never happen and that is for sure. I did pretty well this past month, but my earnings were not strictly online venes.
Freelance Gigs / Re: Is Fiverr Still An Option?
« Last post by deansaliba on Today at 10:40:01 AM »
I haven't used Fiverr for about a year, and it is a site that I'm planning on using very heavily to get some graphic and audio content for some upcoming projects that I have in the pipeline.

But when I did use the site I did notice that some areas were saturated, to the point where I stopped trying to earn money from it and started using it solely to buy cheap things. Some of the gigs being offered where like hundreds of forums posts for $5, and to compete people started offering more and more for the $5.

I suppose if you have some clients lined up you could try and get them to buy from you from Fiverr and that would bump your profile up, but ten they might see that other sellers are offering moe pots for $5 and go with them.

General Discussion / Re: Any other paid forum sites?
« Last post by deansaliba on Today at 10:33:12 AM »
Fiverr always has a lot of people offering to write forum posts for money, but it is a SATURATED market on there as there ae so many.

I was delighted to hear that PostLoop came back, I was a heavy user for a couple of years and made some very good friends through posting on forums via them. However I am very sad to see that it has become a mere shell of what it used to be. As I write this there are only ELEVEN forums and most of them look like they haven't had any decent posts in a while!

I had a look at The Forum Wheel and they only have nine forums on offer, and most of them only want one post a day!

This leads me believe that what Ryan's (the previous owner of PostLoop) talk of making money with forum posting being a dying at is bang on the money.

Does anyone still make the same kind of income that they did a year or two ago? Did you have to increase your workload?
Worldwide Work at home Jobs / Re: Individual Forums That Pay?
« Last post by deansaliba on Today at 10:18:45 AM »
I haven't come across a lot of these types of forums, but I have seen a couple, and sadly from the ones I have seen they don't tend to stick around for too long.

What you have to remember is that the owner will almost certainly be relying on the forum members being very active in order earn enough revenue from advertising in order to pay out these amount.

In regards to the forum you are (or were as this thread was started last year) part of - I see that other posters are aware of him, and that he has tried this with several other forums, which says to me he is not being successful with it.

I wouldn't put all my hopes into this if I were you.  :)
CashCrate / Re: I like CashCrate
« Last post by deansaliba on Today at 10:08:25 AM »
I used Cash Crate and GetPaidTo a couple of years ago and the money I earnt from those two sites helped me pay for a very enjoyable week away in my favourite part of the country, so these kind of sites always have a bit of a soft spot in my heart.

The problem I have with them is that if I do too many surveys in one sitting (and I'm talking about 3-5) then I am only credited for one of them (and there have been occasions where I have not been credited for any of them).

I don't know if anyone else has received this kind of problem, but it really puts me off.
General Discussion / Re: Goals
« Last post by deansaliba on Today at 10:01:19 AM »
I do set goals for myself when it comes to earning online, unfortunately I rarely get anywhere near them these days as things always seem to crop up to divert my attention away. For example: One of my goals is to get back to earning $1000 a month and I'm a looooooooong way away from that goal right now.

I can be a rather stubborn person, so it is pretty hard to accept that I'm no longer earning $1,500+ a month.

I'm looking at setting smaller goals now, maybe I'll start at a figure like $100.
General Discussion / Goals
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 09:36:20 AM »
Do you try to set goals for yourself in terms of your online earning? Do you make daily, weekly, monthly goals? I don't do that too often, but I do have goals on certain sites. I try to make x amount of dollars by the end of the month.  Setting goals can be good, but it can also backfire if you find yourself falling short.
CashCrate / Re: I like CashCrate
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 09:23:03 AM »
I used to use Cash Crate in the past, but I stopped using it. I know I cashed out once or twice, but it took quite a while. I think it is just another GPT program no better and no worse than some of the others. I will stick with Swagbucks as it seems pretty good, and I like all the ways there are to earn.
Sites for Extra Cash / Re: Anyone earning with cashback offers?
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 08:58:29 AM »
I did this alot when I was using Inbox dollars. I haven't done it as much on other sites, although swagbucks seems to offer a lot of that type of shopping. Sometimes the payback seems to little to bother with honestly, but I guess it all adds up!
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