Monday, 28 March 2011

Cashbak Shopping

When shopping online, click through to a shop via a ‘cashback’ site and it'll give you a small proportion (usually around 2% but up to 10%) of what you spend back in cash.
These are advertising sites, paid for by providing leads to retailers; to encourage traffic, they split some of their revenue with you in the form of cashback.

How much? Up to £1,000 a year if you’re a serious online buyer.

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Affiliate your website.

If you run any kind of website – commercial or personal – you can add affiliate link packages to it and get paid each time somebody clicks from your page. The most popular schemes are Google’s 'Adsense' and Amazon's 'Associates' – and don’t cost a penny to install. Of course, if you're to generate a substantial income through these schemes you'll need a high level of site traffic, and this can be difficult to achieve.
If you're sure you can provide site content which will appeal to a substantial number of people then give it a try, but generally it's not worth starting one up just for the purpose of affiliate linking.

How much? A niche website with loyal usage could earn £1,000s a year from these links.

Friday, 4 March 2011

Spot & flog from car boot/garage sales.

If you've an eye for car booty, buy items cheaply at car boot sales, and sell them at a profit on eBay or other auction sites. The big money lies in spotting collectibles to sell on, so do some research on the net first. Be sure to arrive early to beat off other bargain hunters.

How much? The earning potential increases with your knowledge of rare items and collectible brands, and a little luck doesn't go amiss either; if you're in the right place at the right time this could net you £100s extra a year.

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Hey guys not posted for a while as I've been busy and any time I've had I have been working on my other blog.

I'm now an amazon affiliate wooo!

Heres some useful links that may be relevant to your interests.