I’ve been hard at work on my new niche site for a few weeks. I am doing things a bit differently than I usually do, and I think it is important to document my process. Today I’m going to go over my keyword research.
As I’ve shown in my past few income reports, there are lots of little ways to make a few extra bucks online. One that is pretty simple is Swagbucks. Swagbucks is in the category of Get-Paid-To sites, where you get paid for doing little tasks like searching the web, watching videos, or completing offers. I’ve created this guide to Swagbucks for people looking to maximize their earnings or who are checking it out the first time.
I’m doing this for a few reasons.
Happy June! It’s hot here in California and I’d much rather be enjoying the weather than blogging, as I am sure most people would be. I am trying to stay dedicated to the cause though, so here is my May 2013 monthly income report.
I’ve put a lot of focus into Bubblews the past few weeks and I’ve been really happy with my experience there. Some of my articles are getting picked up by search engines and having continuing traffic. It has been great for backlinking and earning money, and it’s a neat little community. I decided to do a little review and share what my routine for Bubblews posts looks like.
When it comes to making money online, I break it down into three categories: residual income, freelance income, and fun money.