One of the best ways to learn how to make lots of money online is to interact with like-minded individuals who are equally dedicated to making money on the internet. The best and easiest way to develop this knowledge is to visit forums that offer valuable information on topics like affiliate marketing, search engine optimization, Pay per Click Advertising and freelancing. Here's a list of 26 affiliate marketing forums which have a decent number of members - a large member base means that a greater amount of potential money making knowledge will be available.
DoshDosh: How can I make money with MySpace? Or rather, should you even bother with developing MySpace as another source of online income? As a social network that sees very heavy daily visitor traffic from millions of users, MySpace has been the target of aspiring entrepreneurs, internet marketers and webmasters.
As more and more people get involved with the Internet and as more Web sites, blogs, news services and other online resources continue to grow in number and variety it becomes increasingly important to maintain high visibility and exposure for the content being generated by closely following the major distribution media. This is a VERY powerful list to use to increase your RSS feed/blog exposure and visibility online.
Here's another 99 list of ways on how you can promote your blog for free. The tips are categorized into social media, community, forums, joining groups, article submission and distribution, submitting a press release, free classified ads, free advertising, photo and video sharing, having giveaways, submitting to design galleries, running a contest and even participating on awards.
A nice compilation of 120+ resources, tools, and advice for bloggers available on the net which is equally useful to beginners as well as veteran bloggers. The long lists includes WordPress themes, WordPress plugins, hosting solutions, mini-blogging services, blog search engines, stats and analytics and of course blog monetization.
Handling the legal aspects of doing business has got to be the most dreaded part of freelancing. Most of us have very little knowledge in this field without taking the time to do some research, and even then it can be confusing and frustrating. In this post we’ll take a look at a number of resources, both online and off, that may be able to make your life easier and help you to achieve more productivity while protecting the legality of your business.
Larissa Meek: Finding a reputable web designer or programmer can be a mind boggling process for those who don’t work in the digital space. Finding a good fit for your needs is a challenge but it all starts with the right job platform. The best interactive job boards are a niche industry and well-known within the interactive community. Below, I’ve compiled a list of the most reputable job boards that target high-end talent and offer a variety of opportunities.
Writing paid post is perhaps the most straight forward ways to earn some revenue from blogging. The way pay post works hasn’t changed much; after reaching mutual agreement with advertisers, you write about them, they pay you. And if there is a 3rd party (middle man company) involve, they take cut. Most middle man company provides marketplace for advertisers to look for publishers, vice versa. Here’s a list of web services that pays you to write for them.
DoshDosh: Feed advertising is a way of monetizing the community of readers who primarily follow your content through RSS feeds. Here’s a current list of advertising networks which provide feed monetization options. Some like Feedburner offer category based advertising for your blog feed but others like Yahoo Publisher Networks offers contextual ads that are based on feed content.
Note: The following is completely ridiculous. I know it is. I totally admit its purpose is to get you to buy something, make no mistake about that. Let’s say you have absolutely no intention of buying anything. That’s cool. In that case, treat it as a fun thought exercise to clarify your own ideas about what kind of traffic you want for your blog. Whether you end up giving me your money or not, I think you’ll learn something worthwhile. Have fun!