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Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« on: July 09, 2016, 08:01:19 PM »
When you earn money online, do you consider the time you have spent while working for that money. How much money per hour do you think is ok for you. I don't do PTC or GPT because I cannot even make a dollar in an hour on these kinds of site. Forum posting is ok for me because I can earn just about $3 by working for an hour.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2016, 01:19:23 AM »
To be honest I try not to think about it. I use to set a daily earning goal of "$20.00-$30.00" a day. Honestly that 7 days a week on the sites I use is not very easy to come by unless one of them is flooding with work which doesn't happen. I think there is hours where I don't even make a dollar per hour. I just try my best with it.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2016, 01:30:11 AM »
I'm not as speedy as Vinaya on the postings. I am really just learning all of this stuff. Trying new sites and trying to see which ones work best for me. Some things I have to consider hobby or they make no sense. Time will tell which ones I use most. I just calculated this evening that after using 4 different sites over the past couple of months, my income comes to about $85/mo right now. I don't even know if this is good or bad. I can say though, that I am not spending a lot of time at this, so I'm pretty happy with it.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2016, 04:37:01 PM »
Yes and no, because one shouldn't spend too long on a site where the money is low or not guaranteed, but if you are having fun (posting or playing games) then it's okay in my book.

I don't like and no longer am on sites that do micro tasks because I really don't enjoy them, and the money is low and not guaranteed. I used to do some, but in the end my wrist was tired and so were my eyes it was counter productive.


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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2016, 12:14:20 PM »
The best approach is to concentrate in a niche area of online work. It would be difficult at first but with time, you get the hang of it and you do things effortlessly. Some online workers are jacks of all trades and masters of none which leaves them vulnerable to low earnings and ratings. This is especially so with writing sites where a complete novice can become an expert writer with time, exposure and research. Some of the low earning sites have a way of compounding their earnings and things add up over time.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2016, 07:47:37 PM »
When I am just starting to be working online I still don't know how to compare the time that I had spent versus the amount of money that I earned. Before what matters is that I am earning even a decent amount of money only. But the time came when I realized that I should maximize my time to those sites that really interest me like posting in forums where I can work fast because this kind of work does not make me bore and one thing everyday I am learning something new while I am earning money.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2016, 04:58:16 AM »
I don't really compute how much I make an hour because my earnings are low right now. I'm not even close to how much @cluckeyo is earning right now. I guess I'm okay with at at the moment because at least it's still money earned while staying home. :)

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #7 on: July 28, 2016, 06:21:43 AM »
I personally like writing and find that it's worth my time since I can finish up an article in 3 minutes. I have a speed of 120 words per minute which helps.

In any field, once you gain and master the skill, the time which it would require you to complete that task is on the lower side and thus making it easier for you to, make it worth your while.

I personally am happy with the time to earning ratio since I do it only in the part time.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #8 on: July 28, 2016, 12:59:30 PM »
I also try not to think about it, at least with things like forum posting or doing surveys. The reasoning is, I could be do something else, but I choose to work at home because it's less stressful for me. Maybe I sacrifice my hourly wage for that, but to me it is worth it.

On the other hand, with the crafts that I sell online, I definitely make a good hourly rate. I charge for time spent, materials, and profit margin.

Also, with the writing I do online, payment per piece is low, but I am a very fast writer, so I can turn them around quickly enough to make it average out to $10-15 an hour, depending on the day and the work available. It's just that I might not get more than an hour or two in.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2016, 10:23:30 PM »
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I'm not as speedy as Vinaya on the postings. I am really just learning all of this stuff. Trying new sites and trying to see which ones work best for me. Some things I have to consider hobby or they make no sense. Time will tell which ones I use most. I just calculated this evening that after using 4 different sites over the past couple of months, my income comes to about $85/mo right now. I don't even know if this is good or bad. I can say though, that I am not spending a lot of time at this, so I'm pretty happy with it.
I have been working online since 2010, however, I was able to receive my first pay only in 2012. That's because I could not reach payout on many sites. I wrote on many writing sites, but could not reach payout threshold until 2012. IN 2013, I was making around $100 in a month, in 2014, it increased to $400 per month. However, I have reach saturation level and cannot make more than this amount.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #10 on: August 17, 2016, 12:32:44 PM »
Not all time at work are equal. There are hours in a day when we are at our peak but there are also hours when our brain just can't hack it. That is why in a day's work, I write serious stuff for my main online work for like 8 to 12 hours and spend a few hours doing easy online tasks that I truly enjoy that these hours become more like relaxation time for me. For this type of online jobs, I really don't mind the rate.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2016, 10:16:01 PM »
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To be honest I try not to think about it. I use to set a daily earning goal of "$20.00-$30.00" a day. Honestly that 7 days a week on the sites I use is not very easy to come by unless one of them is flooding with work which doesn't happen. I think there is hours where I don't even make a dollar per hour. I just try my best with it.

Those are some really good goals you're pointing right there. The biggest amount I've ever had the opportinity to make has been a total of $7 bucks a day working really hard posting on forums, it definitely is not too much for an US citizen, but it really is a lot for a third world country citizen.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #12 on: September 08, 2016, 01:00:35 PM »
I don't even bother with PTC's or captcha's or those 1 cent per view article sharing sites since they're not stable. I want sites that are not that time consuming and won't require you to work long hours, so I think Postloop and Fiverr are the only sites that interest me right now.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2016, 01:43:07 PM »
I try not to think about it because I would 12 -13 hours a day with little pay.  One reason I work so long becasue I have an online home business that is still growing, it is starting to take off a bit, so I know that working hard will eventually pay off.  Online sites that I can earn money I do daily as well, but I don't spend to much time on them because I don't make a lot of money, but every cent helps.  I work in blocks of time and am all about scheduling time for certain task that way I don't get bored (which I do easily) and I don't spend a lot of time on things that I don't earn to much from.

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Re: Time Spent Vs Money Earned
« Reply #14 on: September 09, 2016, 10:08:34 PM »
I don't dwell on the time spent, but rather on the money earned.  There are various ways for me to earn, but only if I expand my horizons and venture into potential earning sites.  I ventured into article writing before, but now I have gone into forum posting as well.  I also recall the times when I spent considerable time writing articles, no matter how difficult the work may be, since I wanted to push myself.  I also visit some legit PTC and captcha sites, but don't dwell on them entirely.

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