Tuesday, March 29, 2016

How To Make Money Online By Give Away Free Products (Weird Right?)

In this article , I will tell you how to make money online by giving the product free of charge

Wait, you can give something away but still make money?

Yes, you sure can.

So you know those offers that always seem too good to be true? Make this xxxx amount of money in a matter of days?


I thought the same with this method but apparently not. It actually does work and the theory behind it makes sense, people can make money online right now with this.
Between working on Youtube and life I found time to set this up for my girlfriend to try it out. So far so good!
Why am I sharing this? Because it can’t be saturated, the combinations are endless. It’s a GOLD MINE! This will be the new 2016 online method.



What You Need To Get Started


    Start up cash

    Facebook advertising

    Aliexpress account

    Shopify account

    A box of beer to keep hydrated




So how this works is we are going to be selling shipping. Yip shipping not the actual product.
First, thing you need to do is sign up to Aliexpress and get yourself an account.
You will need to find a product to give away. Just stick with 1 product for now and don’t get carried away trying to advertise all sorts of stuff.
I going to give you the low down on what you should be looking for. Animal products and hobby related products. People are super passionate about this type of stuff.


Now for the price of the product.


Find products that you can buy for around $1-4 with free shipping. You might think this is very weird, but it will all make sense soon.
I love fishing so let’s use that as an example.
With this you can target fishing, bass fishing, trout fishing. More on this soon.
Now the next step is starting a shop at Shopify. If you don’t want to use them you could use your own website on some hosting. I use Blue Host.
In the test I did for my partner we just simply added one product and that was it. We didn’t want the customer getting distractions.
Obviously the more detailed your shop is the more authentic it looks.
Keep in mind that you don’t need to go crazy with this. Don’t over think it just add a logo and a few products you want to promote.


Name it something like “Bobs Sale Shack”.


I’m no pro at Shopify so I keep it simple. If you want to see how a guru sets it all up I recommend the eCom Empire course. Yes, this is a paid course however it’s an over the shoulder video course that shows you EVERYTHING!


I’m simply just laying down the foundations in this article. However, this article is enough to get you started.


This is important



Set up your shipping cost, this is how you will make your money!


I recommend $8.95 or $13.95. Test them both.



How To Make That Money!


Now you have a store and a product it’s time to earn money online with it. We will use Facebook to make the sales.
Simply start a Facebook page about the product. In this case, I’ll call the page “Lucky Lures”
Next you want to learn how to setup a conversion pixel in Shopify. This blog post can help you with that.
When starting your advertising campaigns you want to advertise as “conversions to website”
learning how to make money with shopify on facebook.
Now you want to choose an audience. I’m not going to go into too much detail because this is simple.

We want to choose a fishing audience.

    Male

    20-50

    America

    Fishing, bass fishing , salmon fishing, trout fishing

You get the idea.
It’s time to set up the advert so I’ll give you an example of something I would do. If you have trouble finding an image without a watermark ask the vendor for an image without one, they will hook you up.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Smart Ways to Get Bigger Checks From Social Security

If you have focused all your retirement planning energy on your 401(k), you may be missing a key piece of the puzzle: Social Security.

You can influence your eventual payout from this safe, dull old-age safety net to a surprising degree by making some adjustments and changes in your planning.

The time to get started pumping up your Social Security checks is now, even if you've got decades to go before retirement. Here are some ways to do just that.

From our Solutions Center: Maximize your Social Security benefits


7 Useful Tips And Tricks to Get Cheap Car Insurance

Find out how to keep the cost of your cover down.

How much you pay for auto insurance depends on several factors, including your age,  where you live, marital status, and what you drive. You can not do anything about your age, and few people will move just to lower their insurance premium. You can, however, choose a vehicle that costs less to insure.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Here are 50 Ways to Earn Fast Extra Money

Whatever the reason, if you find yourself needing extra cash, there are plenty of ways to earn it — now more than ever.

Following are 50 ways to make an extra $50 in just a few minutes or a few days.
Perform tasks

    TaskRabbit. This site connects you with local people willing to pay you for a wide variety of tasks — from light carpentry to picking up takeout food.
    Agent Anything. The “agents” are university students who perform tasks. “For the last two years, we’ve provided errand-runners for working moms, beta testers for startups, temp workers for small businesses, and street teams for major corporations,” the site says.
    Zaarly. This is another site that matches people with local folks who will pay to have tasks and errands performed.
    Fiverr. What would you do for $5? Write a love letter for someone? Attempt to eat a tablespoon of nutmeg on video? Market your service on this website for $5 or more.
    Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. You can make a few bucks performing one of the many tasks available at this site. Projects include things like writing product descriptions or selecting the best photograph for a product.
    Field Agent. Another app that pays you to do things like checking prices and scanning bar codes.
    UserTesting.com. You can earn quick cash by looking at someone’s website and figuring out what might be confusing for the average user.

Selling

    Garage sales. Garage sales are a great way to declutter your home and earn extra cash. Some cities require a permit for yard and garage sales.
    Consignment shops. Clothing consignment stores accept like-new clothes, shoes and accessories. When the item sells, you get a portion of the proceeds.
    Used-book stores. Stores like Half Price Books buy used books for cash.
    Used-entertainment stores. You can sell used video games, DVDs and even CDs to local resellers, or online through sites like SecondSpin.com.
    eBay.You can auction off practically anything you own at the grandfather of all auction sites.
    Craigslist. You can sell anything from shoes to cars. You’ll probably want to meet with the buyer and get paid in cash.
    Amazon. You can also sell gently used (or new and unopened) stuff on Amazon. Fees start at 99 cents per item.
    Bonanza. This is a marketplace for both used and new items. You can set your own prices, and the site will collect a small fee for anything you sell.
    Half.com. This eBay-owned website is a good place to sell textbooks, other books, DVDs and other small items.
    Gift cards. Have any gift cards you’re not going to use? Sell them to a reseller like Cardpool or CardCash.
    Old phones. Sell your old smartphone to a site like Gazelle or Next Worth.

Renting

    Rent a room for a few days. You can rent out a room (or even your couch) to vacationers via sites like Airbnb. Note that local regulations might prohibit this type of activity.
    Make your home available. If you’re going to be out of town for a while, rent your house to someone else and earn some cash. Or perhaps you have a second home you can turn into a vacation destination. Sites like HomeAway can help you find guests.

Sitting

    House-sitting. When friends or neighbors go out of town, offer to keep an eye on their house, pick up the mail or water the plants. Don’t know of anyone who’s leaving? Try an online job portal such as Mindahome.com.
    Baby-sitting. Baby-sitting isn’t just for teenagers. Sites like Sittercity and Care.com can connect you with a gig.
    Pet-sitting. What’s better than playing with a puppy? Getting paid for it. You can start with friends or family, or sign up for a national service like Fetch! Pet Care.

Arts and crafts

    Craft fairs. If you’re crafty, you can sell your wares at local craft fairs. Check FestivalNet.com for upcoming events in your area.
    Etsy. This is a marketplace for artists and crafters where you can sell everything from paintings to knitted scarves.
    RedBubble. If you’re an artist, RedBubble can turn your work into posters, T-shirts and stickers. You do the designing, RedBubble does the selling and shipping.
    Society6. It works like RedBubble but has different options, such as tote bags, throw pillows and laptop skins.
    DeviantART. You can sell photography, classic prints and digital works.
    ArtFire. This site accepts both arts and crafts, “handmade with love,” for sale.

Find it

    Claim lost money. Possibly the easiest way to make money is to check out Unclaimed.org to see if any state where you’ve lived is holding money you’re owed but haven’t received. Examples include old paychecks, rebates or refunds.

Sell body parts or participate in research

    Sell blood plasma. A local blood bank or hospital may pay for your plasma.
    Participate in medical research. Medical researchers will pay you to participate in clinical trials. Check out ClinicalConnection.com.
    Sell your hair. If you have long hair that’s not dyed, you can sell it for a fee on sites like OnlineHairAffair.

Manual labor

    Mow lawns. All you need is a lawn mower and customers. Start by asking your neighbors.
    Shovel snow. If you live in a cold climate, offer to shovel driveways and walkways for a fee.
    Clean gutters. In the fall, offer to clean out your neighbors’ clogged gutters.
    Clean pools. If you know the best way to keep pool water sparkling, this can be a lucrative gig.
    Clean houses. Know any busy parents? They’d probably be happy to pay you to clean their house.
    Be a mover. If you have a truck, offer to move friends for a fee.
    Wash cars. My neighbor washes almost every car on the block once a week for $10 a pop. He can do the whole block in an afternoon.
    Paint. Some people hate to paint. If you don’t, offer your services.
    Scoop poop. Offer to keep pets’ yards clean. This is particularly lucrative when spring arrives.

Be a researcher

    Surveys. There are plenty of survey-taking scams out there, but there are some legitimate companies, too. Check out MySurvey or SurveySpot.
    Marketing studies. Marketing firms like Concepts Consumer Research and retailers often test their products on a panel of paid consumers.
    Secret shopping. Secret shopping is also rife with scams, but there are legit companies offering cash for evaluating a business. Check out the Mystery Shopping Providers Association. You’ll need to get certified, but the site has job listings.
    Gigwalk. If you have a smartphone, you can earn extra cash through the Gigwalk app by doing small jobs like mystery shopping, testing apps or taking photos.

Use your talent

    Caddy. If you love and understand golf and think you’re up to the task — which can be physically taxing — being a caddy can net you some decent money.
    Music teacher. If you have musical talent, offer lessons.
    Tutor. If you are particularly knowledgeable in a certain subject, you can likely find a student who needs help. Check out WyzAnt.com, where you can set your own prices. However, the website does take a cut for its service.
    Personal trainer. As with mystery shopping, you will need to get certified. But if you love to exercise, this can be a relatively lucrative gig.

Have you come up with other ways to make some cash in a flash? Share your ideas in our Forums. It’s a place where you can swap questions and answers on money-related matters, life hacks and ingenious ways to save.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

This is Why You Pay More for Car Insurance - Don't let insurance agencies pull this trick on you

Meet "Linda" and "Lily": These 30-year-old twin sisters are identical in nearly every way. Both women live in Louisville, Kentucky. They're both employed full time, have stellar driving records, decent credit ratings and no lapses in car insurance coverage. They even drive twin 2005 Honda Civics – same color, make, model and mileage.