Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Caspooor, May 13, 2019.
do you think that anyone that makes a good amount of money tell it and to you? search bro
I do shortening links and working at micro jobs. Seems goof for now.
Ticket Scalping and Farming/Reselling Runescape Gold, if anyone is interested in learning DM me, looking for a partner on a project of mine along these fields.
I work on freelancer for some years now. Made over 100k from there. I tried my luck on fiverr but couldnt get much success.
I also have an amazon affiliate web.
finding clients for digital marketing is the most toughest thing ever i've been trying for 8 months but failed 0 clients if you have any tips...
can you please suggest a place to work/projects because upwork and fiver is no good
how do you find any work in reddit ?
Care to elaborate?
First money - Freelancing and that pushed me deeper in Digital Marketing.
SMM and dropshipping.
Where did you learn how to day trade
I started on Upwork forever ago and then started getting clients through word of mouth. Now I run local PPC campaigns and do a couple warm calls per day to interested potentials. I secured many clients for erotica writing through reddit. Neeeever worked here, it's a race to the bottom. I had one project a very long time ago on BHW that was like 5 articles for $50 these days that'd be $500. I don't fret over clients I lose that are cheapasses because I rather work smart not hard.
can you name a few places you freelance online?? to get clients
SMS to pay per call offers. Boom. Stats for the last 3 hours http://prntscr.com/ntlcw9
Which networks would you recommend for SMS pay per call offers? Sounds interesting.
only buy and sell digital goods and crypto bounty
I've been doing SMS for the last 7 years. Not a lot of networks openly accept SMS affiliates. So I use personal relationships to find offers to promote. I know this probably isn't helpful but there are so many bad apples in the world of SMS it gets hard to trust someone who doesn't have a successful background with it.
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