Tuesday, July 30, 2013

The Yahoo! Contributor Network

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The Yahoo! Contributor Network - you can earn up-front payments for articles and also get paid based on views. You can choose your own topics or claim opportunities from their Assignment Desk. They also give performance bonuses based on the traffic your work receives.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Constant Content

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Constant Content is another freelance writing site. Freelance writing is a great way to earn money at home, you are also free to write whatever topic you want. Constant Content allows you to build a portfolio of content that can be sold to thousands of customers around the world. You'll also be able to source a limitless number of new clients to work with through their Public Request System, and easily submit articles for them to review.

You can earn a decent amount of money here if you can deal with their control freak editors. You will need to please them as if you are their slave. It can take about four (4) days or more for them to review and give feedback on your work. If you can deal with that, then you will be fine. 

Thursday, July 18, 2013

PayPal credits man $92 quadrillion accidentally

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CNN reports that Paypal credited Chris Reynolds with $92,233,720,368,547,800 accidentally. That's $92 QUADRILLION huge huge amount of money.

Chris Reynolds is a Pennsylvania PR executive and sells auto parts on eBay in his spare time. It would have made him the richest man in the world by a long shot. More than a million times richer than Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim. And he's worth $67 billion.

"It's a curious thing. I don't know, maybe someone was having fun," Reynolds said.

So he logged online, and reality bit back. His account balance read $0. The correct amount.
PayPal admitted the error and offered to donate an unspecified amount of money to a cause of Reynolds' choice.

"This is obviously an error and we appreciate that Mr. Reynolds understood this was the case," PayPal said in a statement.

Before this incident, the most Reynolds ever made on PayPal was "a little over $1,000" selling a set of vintage BMW tires on eBay.

So what would the would-be quadrillionaire have done with all that cash?

"I probably would have paid down the national debt," he said.


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Demand Media

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Here is a great site for writers who are good at what they do. They are very selective and would need to approve your articles. Once you are in, you can earn about $20 per article.

They offer paid opportunities for qualified freelancers to contribute to their content creation process. They pay through PayPal.

Articles are featured on leading online destinations including LIVESTRONG.COM, eHow.com, USAToday.com and Trails.com.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

More Micro Job Sites

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dollar3.com – Is a micro job site were you can sell your gig for $3, $5, $6, $9, $12, $15, $27, $45 and $90.

If you will buy a service you can use Payza, PayPal account or Credit Cards to place an order. The payment is processed by the  Payza / PayPal Payment Gateways.

Sellers do not need to have a Payza or PayPal account if they do not wish to withdraw the money. They can use their profit to buy Gigs using the Cash Withdrawal Request option, "Internal Transfer". To withdraw the money, they must have a Payza or PayPal account.

Fittytown.com – a job marketplace for $40 and $50. Their payment method is through paypal. There are no alternate payment methods.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Here are other micro jobs sites aside from Fiverr

Fiverr is a site that offer micro jobs that eliminates long processes of employing workers like interviews and for the worker, they no longer need to write resume and cover letters. All you have to do is make a posting of your gig or service for as low as $5. It is such a huge hit that micro jobs site are now popping everywhere on the web.

If you want other exposure or if for any reason you can't use fiverr here are the alternatives:

GigBucks.com - is a free and easy platform for freelancers and they can offer their services priced from $5 to $50 bucks per gig.

Posting is absolutely free and you can post as many gigs as you like.

Tenbux.com -  Just like fiverr, you can offer your gig for $10

zeerk.com - They offer no commission and no fees. The seller gets paid directly by the buyer. You can offer your services from $2 to $100

gigme5.com - Work prices are fixed at $5 For each of your works that was ordered and delivered, your net share will be the deducted amount from commission amount of $5. Registration is free

They use paypal.

tenyt.com - Services offered on tenyt are referred to as twigs. Each twig is fixed at $10. You can withdraw your funds to your PayPal account once your account balance is $40.

fourerr.com - you can post online gig for $4.