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    Genuine sites in internet for earning


    Earning online as a freelancer is fraught with the risk of fraud. So how do you figure out the genuine websites where you can use your talent and a decent amount of money.

    When we surf in internet then we find thousands of advertisements inviting us to earn from surveys or writing or projects or micro jobs or reviews or referring or affiliate selling and so many other things. Many times we are tempted to visit them but find nothing of that sort and it finally turns as waste of our time. Can you suggest some genuine sites for earning where you have your own experience of doing it?
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  • This question is as old as it gets. You already know about the Spider Network sites including Techulator and ISC which offer real money for writing content. You won't get any other websites which pay you money to write content.

    What you will get are sites which host freelancers where you sell your expertise to complete a project and earn in return for that. You can also become a part-time blogger for a website which they may pay you good money for each article you write.

    You can also start blogging itself but nowadays advertising income through Advertisers is almost negligible. Basically, earning money online is not that easy nowadays and requires full-time dedication or a very long term presence online to be able to actually earn something respectable.

  • While surfing through the net I came across many sites claiming that one can earn money there but when I went in their details then I found that it was not so or not so simple a proposition. This prompted to me to put a query here and thanks for your precise answer.

    Knowledge is power.

  • Internet is full of fake advertisements and commitments to provide you good pay for your work, but when you complete their task they show up their real face with many terms and conditions. Example: to withdraw your money which you earned by completing their task which may include advertisements clicks, surveys and much more you will be asked to reach a specific limit which seems impossible, suppose you were excited to earn some money and completed the task provided to you and earned $1 from that, now you will look forward to withdrawing this amount to your bank account but at the time of doing this they will ask you to first reach the limit of earning $100 which seems impossible.

    Leaving all these fake promises apart what I found is, it is really good to work with Spider Networks run by Mr Tony John which includes few top-quality websites like "Techulator.com" and "India Study Channel". Here we are directly paid for our content and no fake promises are made. The other side of the option is to start your own blog which needs regular efforts to keep it up to date and a lot of hard work to keep it in light. You could earn from AdSense which is a good opportunity but to get an AdSense account is also a task for which you need to maintain your website with good quality content which really has good traffic of users.

    Here on "Techulator.com", we are not only provided for what we write, but the rewards system is a real boon. One could earn a good amount of money on this site but apart from only earning I believe there is lot more, we could learn from other members on this site. I have viewed some other websites too which provide you for your work, but they ask you to complete a specific project in your desired field like web developing, content writing etc. They simply hire you to do their short term work.

    Regards,
    Aman

    I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.

  • Aman, being myself a regular contributor in ISC, I fully endorse your views that ISC is a site which is genuine and prompt in its payment to the cash credits earned by its members. It has very straight and transparent policies and working there is a pleasant experience. In fact I enjoy working in its sister sites also like this one, StudyVillage, IndiaTravelBlog, and FreeHealthChannel.

    Knowledge is power.


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