Wednesday, 17 July 2013

How To Make Money With Paypal - Guest Post by Omoscowonder

Do you need to Make Extra Money?

Would you like to know how to make money in your Paypal account easily, on a daily basis?

Well, I have some good news for you.

Even a newbie can come on the internet and set up a quick system that will make money online today to your Paypal Account.

You just have to know what to do, This article will briefly outline what to do for you.

One of the quickest and easiest ways to make money online is by finding an affiliate program that pays directly and immediately into your Paypal account.

There are digital products and e-books that anyone can sell online immediately without the need for a website. Just sign up with the largest and most well known affiliate processors, like Click-Bank, Commission Junction and JVZoo and you actually get paid.

Pay To Post

But there are other online products you can sell and actually get the commissions into your Paypal account immediately, yes even with these programs you truly can make money via Paypal easily through several Programs! Are you a blogger or writer? You can make money blogging for advertisers and get paid straight to your Paypal account.

Contributor Network

Contributor Network is an online opportunity for people just like you and me to write for an esteemed and well established company.

It is free to sign up, and you can have your first article published within minutes. All you need to do is sign into Yahoo!, navigate to the Contributor's Network, and submit your content. This site only pays US residents for content, however there are plenty of other sites that will accept content from anyone in the world. At first, you will get very little compensation, but after writing and accepting assignments, you will be offered more and more money to write specific articles! It truly is a great way to make money online with Paypal.

Online Surveys

There are some things that you can do to make sure that you are getting legitimate cash through PayPal through online surveys!

There are some paid surveys that will require your “PayPal” address, and once you get past the “threshold”, or the minimum amount of cash, you will either be sent a check, direct deposit, or cash straight to your PayPal address!

Here are Some Quick Facts You Need To Know About Surveys.

Paid surveys are the most time tested way to make money on the internet

You can expect to make $3 - $10 per survey

It is recommended by survey experts that you should have a separate inbox to receive the survey opportunity, because you could get a lot of email.

On the “demographic surveys”, it is important to know what a demographic surveys is actually to see what surveys will suit you. Demographic surveys normally cover a certain age group of people, women or men, or both and location.

Giving answers that are more general might help you qualify for more offers, but always be truthful when doing a survey.

After reading this article, you will now have some great ideas on how to make money straight to Paypal.

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This article is a guest post and is written by Omoscowonder at Make Money Online

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Janelle Coulton has been writing for over thirty years, most of her friends call her Jel. She started writing and earning online at Suite 101 in 2011, (before that Jel was writing for free building her blogs and websites) she left in March 2013 when the website closed to go and write for private clients and other content sites. Janelle has just applied to Skyword, Textbroker UK, and many other Freelance exchange sites. She writes mostly for upfront pay at Helium and Full of Knowledge. Jel is currently re-working all of her sites, adding content, sprucing up old pages and monetizing her sites, she hopes that one day all of her writing work will be limited to her sites and private clients. Jel is also working on three book with more ideas in the works. If you would like to find out more go to Janelle Coulton Suite 101 or her profile page on Google+. You can follow Jel on Twitter or Facebook too.

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Thursday, 11 July 2013

What Do you Trust - Fear or Love?

I write this essay in the hope that people will not close out love because of their fear. Unfortunately so many of us do and I find 

this very sad.

Most of us are more afraid than we think, the following essay discusses how we can cheat ourselves out of so many wonderful things because of fear. Worth thinking about.

I write this essay in the hope that people will not close out love because of their fear. Unfortunately so many of us do and I find 
this very sad.

Most of us are more afraid than we think, the following essay discusses how we can cheat ourselves out of so many wonderful things because of fear. Worth thinking about.

Whitney Houston portrayed her meaning of real love when she sang the words “I’ve found the greatest love of all inside of me.” When that song was released almost twenty years ago, I barely understood what these words meant. Today however, I truly understand the concept of these words. Whitney Houston was telling us through her music, that there is no higher love than loving yourself unconditionally. When a person trusts love, they are able to love themselves. When it is fear they trust, the opposite is true. Until we can love ourselves with no strings attached, flaws and all, then we will never be able to love another human being unconditionally, and without fear.

Part of loving ourselves is letting go of the fear that we are not good enough or unlovable. On an unconscious level, many of us believe we are not worthy of love. We don’t know what it means to love and appreciate ourselves. We will constantly put ourselves down, not realising how damaging this is to our self-esteem. We often treat ourselves with disrespect, make decisions and react to emotions that are completely fear based.

We don’t often think to commit our spare time to learning about our feelings and emotions. Who has the time? However this kind of attention to ourselves is time worth spending. Learning to take care of ourselves in this way will allow us to grow and change as individuals and become more confident, loving and more importantly, more emotionally intelligent and fearless. Spending time on ourselves can be extremely revealing and can be like opening up the proverbial can of worms. Feelings and emotions that have been bottled up for years can come pouring out, in a torrent of tears or anger. This process can also be challenging, exciting, sad, scary and very revealing.

Doing this kind of work allows us to learn how to deal with our emotions and feelings in a more constructive way. Because we are not taught how to deal with our feelings, we will act out what we have learnt and seen as children and what we have experienced in previous relationships. Emotional intelligence classes were not offered at school (perhaps they should be, given the rising divorce rate). It is possible that when many of us were growing up, we were taught that anger, fear, anxiety and sadness are bad feelings and bad feelings should not be expressed. We feel what we feel, and we deal with our feelings in a way that is comfortable to us; however this is not always the healthiest or best option for us to take.

Stepping outside our comfort zone feels scary and at the same time it can feel uplifting. Taking a risk to stretch a little and move beyond our comfort zone is definitely an exercise in self-love. With every situation in life, every action we take, every thought we have, we will either react from a place of fear or a place of love. So, I will ask the question again: What do you trust, fear or love?

Reacting from a place of love takes immense courage as we are programmed to listen to our fears, and act with caution and safety. It is possible to feel love and fear at the same time, for instance; when we meet someone that we are really attracted to, we may fear that they do not feel the same way. This can then lead us to behaving self destructively by not being ourselves and tying to impress this person all because we want this person to like us. The tricky part is moving past the fear, being authentic, loving ourselves, no matter what the object of our affection thinks of us.

Letting go of the fear and practising self love enables us to love others. We cannot do any of our relationships justice if we are stuck in fear. When we become stuck in fear we remain powerless to move forward in our relationships and carry a loving attitude. Our fears arise from something within ourselves. Many of us believe fear comes from outside forces operating against us; this is not so. Fear is something unresolved that lives inside of us. Circumstances in our day to day lives could trigger our fear, but it is our hearts and minds that build it up and keep it going. Letting go of fear is hard, as our feelings and emotions seem so real. What we are really doing is attempting to cover whatever it is that we don’t want our loved ones to know about us. Interestingly enough our perceptions of ourselves are usually way off. We may, for example; feel unworthy of someone’s love, however that someone quite often knows better. This is an example of fear running our lives. We are all worthy of love, every single one of us.

Most people have a primary fear; for example, a fear of rejection or abandonment. Something will usually trigger that fear and if we can identify the trigger that activates our fears, then we can work towards de-activating it. Otherwise we can get caught in a vicious circle that will lead to self destructive patterns of behaviour. Fear will block our feelings of love and we will feel stuck and be unable to adopt a loving attitude.

To use the example of fear of rejection or abandonment; suppose we feel ignored by someone and this feeling triggers our fears of rejection or abandonment. It is not just a feeling of rejection that comes up, our emotions may snowball and other fears might be activated. In our minds we will build evidence against the person we feel has rejected us and then we build evidence against ourselves. We might feel unlovable, worthless, helpless, angry or inadequate. That’s a lot of negative emotions just snowballing all around us, a very, heavy dose of fear indeed.

So how do we eradicate fear once we become stuck? To put it simply by being ourselves, by loving ourselves for what and who we are. Sounds very easy, but it isn’t when we are stuck in a cycle of fear and negative emotions. Identifying our main trigger that activates our fears will enable us to recognise fear and attempt to switch gears. We will not succeed every time however, but if we are aware of our thoughts and feelings, most of the time we will be able to feel these feelings and then move past the fear.

Another method for deactivating our fear is asking ourselves what sort of qualities we admire in others. We can paint a mental picture of our heroes, people whom we admire and list their qualities, qualities that we ourselves would love to possess. Guess what happens? We become aware of some of those qualities within ourselves. What we see in others is also within us. We could look at the qualities that our parents have. If our mother is an honest and loving person, then we are honest and loving also. If our father is a kind and considerate person, then we also share these gifts. We may not see it, but others can, our loved ones know what qualities we possess, which is why they want to be around us. We are able to claim these wonderful gifts as part of our inner self.

Being honest with ourselves and with others is another step towards eradicating fear and creating self love. Being authentic and true to ourselves, showing love and compassion to others are all ways in which we can get free of fear. Be proactive and make time in our day to carry out things that allow us to express and get in touch with our positive attributes. Make a list of actions that feel good to us and take steps to do a few of these things each day. This could mean writing in a journal, or expressing our compassionate selves by helping a friend in need. We could send our partner a love note, and thus allow us to express our loving side.

As we take these actions we will dispel our fears and eventually feel a sense of peace, joy, self confidence and self acceptance. It isn’t easy to get out our own way and be proactive. We all experience bad days, filled with those negative, fearful thoughts, however it is how we react to those thoughts and feelings that matters. Start out slowly and build it up, by monitoring our feelings and thoughts and doing simple things that make us feel good. Some people may feel this is selfish. These are not selfish actions, keep going. The more we can love ourselves, the better we can love our partners, families, friends, children and the like. The more we focus and practice dealing with fear the better at it we will become. Believe it or not, fear handled in a wise and proactive manner will eventually become our friend. Fear will tell us that there is work to be done. Managing our fear will lead us back to a place of love, and love is really where we all want to be.

Copyright © 2007 Janelle Coulton

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Article Writing For Revenue Share

There are no two ways of looking at it, good quality content will make or break you as a writer. It’s the same thing with the website you write for; good content will make or break the site. If the site you write on does not have a strict policy on writing excellent content then you don’t really want to be writing there because when the next Google algorithm comes in, sites like this will be blacklisted, Google will rank them lower in search results.

There is a lot of speculation about what Google likes and does not like when it comes to content and sometimes I think Google like to keep this a secret. It is clear however that they will not rank any website high in quality if it does not contain good quality material for the reader. Their reputation as the number one search engine depends on it.

So when it comes to writing articles online for revenue share, chances are that revenue share is coming from Google Adsense. And if Google are not seeing profits coming from their Adwords campaigns that website owners buy into then they will likely penalize that site. As usual, with anything in business it comes down to the mighty dollar.

Always remember when you submit articles to submit your best work. Be sure to proofread it and just make sure that your article has substance, that it is entertaining, or funny or informative. If the reader is likely to get something good out of your article, then it’s very likely what Google is looking for. It’s the same for anything we do, if we don’t do it well then we will have regrets on how we could have done better. So do the best that you can in the first place.

There are many sites where you can apply for your own Google Adsense account and get your hands on some of that revenue, however in my experience many writers tend to have problems getting an Adsense account in the first place, as they are very strict these days and then low and behold, Google Adsense can cancel your account without even giving you a reason. This puts me off getting an account in the first place as I would not want to be getting good earnings via Google Adsense, only for them to just cut if off for no good reason and take my money, which has been the experience of many Google Adsense account holders.

Always keep in mind that great content will bring visitors and visitors will help you to earn revenue.

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Monday, 1 July 2013

How To Make Money Freelancing Online - Guest Post By Ceejay

Article writing is one of the best ways to make money from the internet, a lot of freelancers have been working from the comfort of their home for years now and what they do is write online!

It does not matter if you know how to write, you can do research on any topic by searching Google and other search engines, but if you don't have passion for writing, then this is not for you.

Below I will let you know different ways writers earn cash online. WE share lots of ways to make money from the internet on our
blog, so even if you don't know a thing about writing articles, then you can explore other opportunities to make an income that are available online.

Getting back on track, most writers get paid by clients for writing specific articles on a specific topics for them.

Example: If I need someone to write for me on this topic: Payday Loans. You as the writer will do your research and then send the articles to me, the better your writing skills, the higher your pay. The article costs from $3 to $50 for 500 words. And there are lots of websites that pay you to write online, you can check them out here: Get Paid for Writing

Where you come from does not matter, you can be from any part of the world,so long as you can write clean, original articles, you will get paid.

From the above, you get paid a one time fee for writing, but you can choose to also get royalties from your articles and for me, this is the best choice, one single article can earn you money over and over again. How this works is; if you submit an article, you get paid for every ad impression you generate.

There are many Article Writing Sites that you can join to start working from the comfort of your home.

This post is a guest blog by Ceejay from MoneyHomeBlog

If you would like to place a link to your site when commenting, I would be happy to link-share or back-link from my site to yours and vice-versa. Thanks for visiting today.  

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