How I Made An Extra $1200 Per Month At Home Using One Free Website

How I Made An Extra 00 Per Month At Home Using One Free Website

How I Made An Extra 00 Per Month At Home Using One Free Website

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How I Made An Extra 00 Per Month At Home Using One Free Website is the product of a two-month experiment about making money from home using only one website. I’ve made money from home and while traveling on three continents during the last five years. I found myself answering so many questions about earning a living while traveling that I decided to write books on the subject. I’ve written several of them.

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3 Responses to “How I Made An Extra $1200 Per Month At Home Using One Free Website”

  1. Gary says:
    57 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not much you can’t find on the website., September 17, 2012
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    Gary

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    It’s OK. If you don’t want to take the time to look at the website this is a good compilation of all the info you can find there. You can read this in about an hour, especially if you skip the last 10% or so, which is just promotion of her other writings. The one glaring oversight I see in the book (booklet) is it completely ignores Paypal fees. The claim that even one gig a day will pay you $120 a month doesn’t take into account that for transactions under $3000 Paypal is going to take 2.9% plus .30 per transaction, or about 10.75%, bringing that $120 to $107.16 and the the $1200 per month on the cover will actually be $1071.16. You may find this trivial but in any business an expense that consumes better than 10% of your bottom line is significant and should be taken into account going in. She does write well, and the text was refreshingly free of typos and grammar errors. The pictures of gigs don’t show up well on my kindle, but on my tablet I could enlarge them.

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  2. bhunter says:
    62 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thank You!, June 25, 2012
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    bhunter

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    I actually saw a free preview of this book at the end of another one of Connie’s books, “The Moonlighter’s Guide to Online Writing for Immediate Income”. After checking out the site and determining that it is indeed legitimate, I immediately purchased this book. This has been one of the best ebooks I have bought, and is easily worth much more than the purchase price!

    Cannie takes you step by step through the entire process of setting up your account, developing ideas and setting up your “gigs”. I followed her advice to the letter and posted 4 gigs my first day. Within 24 hours I had 4 completed orders!

    I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a way to make some extra money from home!

    Thank you for this book Connie, it has the potential to be a life-changer!

    ***UPDATE***
    Exactly 1 week after creating my account and posting my first gigs, I have received a total of 26 orders for a net revenue of $104.00 – working part time in my first week!

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  3. D Kendra Francesco "Avid reader, copywriter a... says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Extra Money is Always Welcome Today with a Caveat, January 12, 2013
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    Her book is a good start for those who have never heard of Fiverr, much less looked into it. She gives a comprehensive overview of what Fiverr does (and later gives links to other up-and-coming competitors to Fiverr). If you begin using her advice from the outset (creating a file for ideas), by the time you finish most of the chapters, you’ll have enough information to actually set a gig or two (a “gig” being an offer for work for $5). For that it deserves at least 4 stars (poor proofreading diminished it from 5).

    For those who know about Fiverr, it’s a no-brainer and the equivalent to a child’s primer. For the rest of us, it’s a good beginning.

    I rated it only 3-stars, however, because she condones the use of sock puppet accounts and IDs for some of the gigs. Although I know it’s legal to do, sock puppetry gives off the feel of lying at worst and trickery at best. Normally, a person reads reviews and comments to learn about the product and make an informed decision. When several comments are from the same person under different names and IDs, it invalidates the comments and prevents an informed decision. That is the only gripe I have about the book.

    Other than the above, the information is valid and useful. If you don’t mind that you have to do a little research to make your gigs viable, and that most won’t make money overnight, it’s a good beginner’s guide to Fiverr.

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