This is a board for discussion related to methods to make money online.
Something for NEETs/hikki who are dirt poor but are at their computers all day.

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Since many of us here are dirt poor hikki/NEETs with no income what so ever, I decided to create this board so that we might help each other out a bit. Here we can share and discuss different ways of making online/from home.
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Whatever you do, don't fall into a Pyramid; it's a very humiliating memory, at best.
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A nice way to start. Its not work but if you're smart with whatever money you get you'll have a nice savings to start
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all of these options are pretty terrible, mostly since you're competing with third world agencies by working online, but i might as well list them
>transcription work
high wpm will help you but you still won't make much, will eventually be replaced by a computer.
>art freelance
Any freelance site that takes a cut / blocks interaction outside of the website (i.e. fiverr) isn't worth the effort. If you know the software well and have a bit of experience you can find desperate small jobs, of course being paid little for a lot of work, and the people are sometimes very hard to work with
>code freelancing
probably the best bet, though I haven't tried it. Knew someone who basically got paid to do some kid's programming homework. As with all freelancing jobs your advantage over the third world is your ability to english
>other
with no real skills or abilities, but with some luck or networking, you might end up managing someone's wordpress / wix website. Old people feel good paying young people small amounts to do shit they don't want. Downside is all these jobs require social interaction, but with personal jobs like this you might get someone who is at least understanding.
>be a phone rep at home
this is legit work but it's the worst shit ever. Most stressed out I've ever been.
in any case your best bet is going through family members / friends because networking will get you 10x what a forum will. but everything (except transcription) requires social interaction to a large extent

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Guess we could use this thread to report on our own personal experiences with trying to make money online.
To start off here's something I posted in a thread on /so/.

I don't know much about stay at home jobs, there's phone operators and tech support jobs I guess, also programing I guess. but brother you have no idea how hard I've tried to find a way to make money online without getting a job, none have worked out very well at all.
one thing you can try is just making a ton of sites and loading them with ads. Blogger has decent pay rates with absence, but they love to ban people and it's a bitch to get unbanned.
Linkbucks doesn't pay for shit, and it only kills your traffic. Adfly is a bit better, but not by a whole lot. I've only recently reached my first $5 payout after months of running like 7 bloger pages on multiple accounts.
There used to be money in making shitbookpages and content locking them for ads, but shitbookchanged their html page system to negate this.
There's also captcha typing and pay to click sites, but they're all completely worthless wastes of time. oh and if you do try making sites for ads, know that porn always gets the best traffic. (sometimes you gotta swallow your pride to make a buck)
I'm not sure if I'd recommend trading stocks, or that exchange rate trading thing 'Forex' or whatever, most people loose more money than they make with it from what I've heard. you really got to know what you're doing for that to work, and really devote yourself to it.
oh, something I've heard about but haven't tried, is hanging out on sites where people post requests for things like programers to make them a site or something, then you go to some other site where lots of programers who need money hang out or whatever. if the guy who needs the site or whatever is willing to pay like $500 for example, you'd go look for a programer that would do the job for $400 or less. and then work them together with emails and stuff.
I've also been selling stuff on ebay (more like feepay) but I'm not making much profit off it. certainly not enough to pay rent of any kind. sometimes feels like I'm just selling stuff to cover the fees.

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>>45
Huh? Why?
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>>46
Don't know. I tried googling it to find out if I still had a chance. Some people said they don't take non-americans anymore, but I am an American. Other people said they got an email out of the blue, after they got denied, approving them. For some people it was weeks later, for others it was over a year later. Do I need to be an active amazon user?

Please excuse my phone-posting.
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>>44
Sometimes being nice pays off. I have been gifted a couple dozen of Steam games over the years, and last year I even got a n3DSxl plus a game just for giving someone attention, it was crazy. Unfortunately, sometimes it comes with a heavy burden.
>>45
No.43 here. I used my own Amazon account I have made several purchases with, and linked it with mTurk on the same day I made the post, but I haven't even received a confirmation e-mail yet. I check my account's confirmation status daily but always says "we'll let you know". I live in Europe so it's likely I'll never get in.
>>47
I've read that sometimes you get accepted despite being denied, some time after.
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>>43 here reporting. Like I mentioned in >>48, I applied to Amazon Mechanical Turk on August 16th using my already established Amazon account, with several years of purchases. Since I don't live in USA, though, the chances were practically zero. I was checking my email just right now, and saw the email from yesterday denying the application. I got the same message as >>47. So it seems it can take up to a month or more to receive a response. Good luck to everyone else trying, it's definitely worth a shot.

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Discuss investing, predictions, ideas and just plain banter.

Also, TC mining pool when? It's not like you're utilizing your video card 24/7 anon-kun. Let's use this thread for working together and making some cash, even if it's just pennies (or less than that).
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For those who don't already know, it's possible to make interest off your bitcoin savings.

This site pays 4.08% annual interest on your bitcoin deposit and has been around for years.
https://freebitco.in/?r=1862767
They also have an hourly faucet with a random chance of decent payouts.

and this one meanwhile pays 1.28%
https://magnr.com

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Does anyone here have any experience with recycling center? I've been thinking of trying to use them when the snow melts.
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I've been a fair share of times. Around here it's not uncommon to see people collecting cans around town and lugging them in large amounts to those places.
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>>20
How profitable is it? Is the effort:profit ratio good enough for it to be worth spending all that time and effort on?
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Not as profitable as having a job, but it's something.
Your average trash bag full of crushed cans will probably get you $30-$40.
Just think of it this way, every can is worth about 5 cents. so 20 cans will get you $1,
200 will get you $10, and so on. In some states they pay twice as much for cans though, so it'd only be 100 cans for $10 in MI. Normally though they go off wight when you take in large amounts.

I wouldn't suggest quiting your job to go can collecting or anything like that, but it's at least worth it to hold onto any cans you find. You'll probably make more money for less effort by begging though.

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