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4 Ways to Make Money Online for FREE

 


If you have a talent for making money and a creative mind for business, here are four things you can do for FREE, to generate an online income on the internet. You can work from home, do it in your spare time, or do it anywhere, provided you can get on the internet. You can get started today!

We show you how to make money with:

1) Google
2) Online Advertising
3) PayPal
4) Search Bar Technology

To do this stuff, you're going to need a website.





You can build a website online using your internet browser, here at QuickontheNet.com, or you can use another web hosting service provider.

QuickontheNet.com is a site builder. It's a place where you can design and build your own website and web hosting is always included as part of the service. Our prices are very low, starting at just a few pounds/dollars/euros per month and we offer many different types of business websites. On a 1-year plan, for every year purchased (with a single payment), month 12 is provided free of charge. To put it another way, you get a free month when you sign-up for a year. Or, if you prefer, just pay monthly and spread your costs.

Perhaps you already have a website and you simply want to generate some revenue from it. Either way, you're going to need your own site if you want to try the four ideas below, for FREE.

The web is awash with ideas for you to Get Rich Quick on the Net. Some of them good; some of them absolute rubbish. But remember this simple principle. To make your first million, firstly you have to make your first pound, dollar or euro. Start small, and try building your revenue through steady growth. "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"; wise words and a timeless philosophy from Confucius. We are pleased to inform you that the 4 ideas below are founded on solid foundations, through companies you already know. We are talking about leading corporations you trust, respect and admire.

So, let's assume you have a website now and you're ready to make some online money on the web.





Firstly, we need to start with the basics. With all of these ideas, you need to add some code to your web page. The good news is that it is extremely simple and we show you how to add code to your web pages. The technique is quick and easy, so now we're ready to go...



1. Google AdSense Income
You can think of 'AdSense' as a business opportunity. It's completely free. Yes, it's an opportunity for you to make money from Google Ads on your own website.

Google AdSense

Google AdSense is a quick and easy way for website owners to display Google Advertising on their website. When people visit your website and click the Google Ads, you get paid money. Simple!

The advertising served up by Google is related to what your visitors are looking for on your site. In other words, it's context sensitive. For example, if your website is about 'photography', then you can be pretty sure that the presentation of 'Ads by Google' on your site will also be about photography. Likewise, if your site is about recruitment, then expect to see adverts displayed about jobs, employment and careers.

In fact, it's even better than that. Google AdSense looks at the content of each and every web page on your website. So, this means that the content of the Google Advertising will align with the information on each web page in your site.

It's completely automatic and you don't need to worry about it. In other words, all you need to do is build a great website with engaging content and a wide range of interesting web pages, and AdSense will take care of the rest.



2. Banner Ads and Click Advertising Sales
This is a very different proposition, but it is still based on online web advertising. We are talking about affiliate advertising.

The key difference here is that we are primarily talking about commission-based sales advertising. Although, some advertisers pay you for clicks, leads, page impressions and (the provision of) unique visitors.

But rest assured, your big money is to be found with straight sales commission.

What is affiliate advertising?

What is an affiliate advertising programme? An affiliate programme is a banner advertising service which links and transfers website visitors from your website to your advertiser's site. It can therefore increase sales through your site and boost your traffic and search engine performance by pulling in search engine traffic looking for your chosen advertiser's website.



Commission is paid by the affiliate advertising site for each referred sale. And what's more, it's completely FREE to Join!

How does it work?
Imagine the following scenario:

Company A = Advertiser (this would be you and your website)
Company B = Merchant

  • Company A participates in an Affiliate Advertising Programme
  • Company B participates in an Affiliate Merchant Programme
  • Company A has a website
  • Company A places an affiliate banner advert on their website on behalf of Company B
  • Customer visits Company A’s website
  • Customer clicks on affiliate banner advert
  • Customer is redirected to Company B’s website
  • During the redirection, an affiliate cookie is placed on customer’s computer (customer is not aware or informed of this)
  • Customer makes a purchase on Company B’s website
  • The cookie records the sale and Company A is paid a commission on the sale

    Many organisations operate affiliate programmes for advertisers and merchants, but one of the best-known schemes in the UK is operated by TradeDoubler. Lots of high-profile businesses and retailers participate in affiliate programmes through TradeDoubler, including:

  • American Express
  • AOL
  • Apple
  • Avon
  • Boots
  • British Gas
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Currys
  • Debenhams
  • Dell
  • Dixons
  • Domino's Pizza
  • easyCruise (from easyGroup: easyJet)
  • easyMoney (also from easyGroup: easyJet.com)
  • ebookers.com
  • Eurostar
  • Halifax
  • Hertz
  • HP
  • Hilton
  • iTunes
  • John Lewis
  • Lycos
  • Natwest
  • PC World
  • Sainsbury's
  • Skype
  • Tesco
  • TalkTalk
  • Toshiba
  • Virgin Mobile
  • Yahoo
  • ...and many others



    It's completely FREE to Join!

    Also check out the Advertising Marketing Opportunity offered by Affiliate Future.



    3. PayPal Sales Revenue
    Sell something! Perhaps we're stating the obvious, but only a very small percentage of the world's websites are built to do e-commerce. In other words, most internet sites are not created for the purpose of collecting customer payments via debit cards or debit cards.

    Remember, we're talking about people making money payments to you, through secure credit card and/or debit card transactions, and we are not involved in the payment transfer.

    Here at QuickontheNet.com, we're independent, so the good news is that you can use any card payment service provider, including:

  • PayPal
  • Google Checkout
  • WorldPay
  • Nochex
  • Roman Cart
  • HSBC
  • Etc

    Sign up for PayPal and start accepting credit card payments instantly.

    In summary, this is an opportunity for you to take online payments for products and services sold directly through your business website. OK, we've highlighted PayPal, but there are other options to consider.

    You will tend to find that there are certain advantages and disadvantages associated with each provider. But there is a common thread running through each service provider; and that is that they all take slice of the action. In other words, they all take a small percentage of the money you make online. In terms of percentages, there is very little to choose between each solution provider. As you compare, you will find that the cost difference in charges/fees is not that significant, however, the range of e-commerce features offered by each provider is significant, and that is probably going to be a key factor when you choose a payment page solution for your site.

    QuickontheNet.com already contains a wealth of information about each company, so click around to discover more about the pros and cons with each solution. At a glance, as you create your own comparison, you will want to consider the following key points:

    PayPal


    It's FREE to set up and integrate with your website, so that makes it particularly attractive for startup businesses, who wish to minimise their startup costs. PayPal offers a fully-featured shopping cart (shopping basket) solution. As a business owner, you will be interested to know that you can apply your own design and creative branding to the payment buttons and the payment page itself. So, you can make it all blend in with your logo design and corporate colours.

    If you are a charity organisation or a revenue-generating business, PayPal will allow you to create an e-business solution to take subscriptions, donations, and single or recurring payments. The choice is yours.

    This e-commerce payment service is available in the United States, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India and Singapore. In fact, with more than 100 million accounts in 190 countries and regions around the world, PayPal offers a fast, affordable and convenient online payment service for businesses of all sizes.

    Are you ready to get started and make money online from your customers? Sign-up and open your own PayPal account. During the registration process at PayPal, you will need to sign-up for a Business Account or Premier Account (not a Personal Account).

    Google Checkout


    Again, it's FREE to set up and integrate with your website. If you simply want to add 'Buy Now' buttons to your website with the minimum amount of fuss, look no further than Google Checkout. When it comes to Check out versus PayPal, we particularly like the fact that Google offers different price options using a drop-down menu, within each individual button. That is pretty nifty and it means that you can have a single checkout button for different price selections and that is really handy for customer order tracking. It's simple for both you and your shoppers (customers/clients).

    What's more, Checkout offers a unique invoice payment service for business people. If you're trading, you can use the service to send an invoice to your clients to request online money payment. The invoices you email to your buyers will contain a personalised message from you regarding the requested payment. The invoices will also contain a 'Pay now through Google Checkout' button. When buyers click this button in the email, they'll be brought to Google Checkout, where they can complete the payment process.

    WorldPay


    A truly global service, we like WorldPay for its handling of single payments and/or recurring payments e.g. weekly, monthly, or yearly. It is not free to set up, but it is particularly popular with very large corporations and Small and Medium Enterprises or SMEs. In other words, middle-sized businesses.

    WorldPay comes with a range of tools to help you fight fraud and manage fraudulent transactions and its Customer Management System, or CMS is second to none.

    Nochex


    Whilst PayPal, Google Checkout and WorldPay offer global solutions in multiple transactions, Nochex is primarily focused on the UK market.

    Nochex is ideal if you wish to set up a Merchant Account and the UK fee structure is very competitive. We like the fact that it is easy for you to create a Nochex payment interface, whereby you determine customer price point in advance, or, you can also allow the shopper to enter the price at the point of purchase.



    4. Income from a Google Search Bar
    This feature will allow you to add a Google Search Box to your own website. So, this means that visitors to your web page can search for information contained within your website. Also, it will allow people to search across the world wide web, to look for information contained in other sites.

    And what's more, when your searchbar is used, the search engine returns Google AdSense Advertising in the results page. It's fully automatic and the advertisements are directly related to the search query.

    Now here's the good bit! When people click your Search Ads (these are the sponsored ads), you are paid money. It's a pay per click scheme, or PPC as it's known, so you can make money as people use your search bar.

    For example, if a search is performed for 'hotels on the moon', this means that the 'Ads by Goooooogle' in the search results will also be about hotels on the moon.

    Don't worry if you are not using search technology directly within your site. Once again, it's all taken care of. For example, it will work perfectly well on a simple HTML site.

    You can download the Google Search Bar (as illustrated below) through the Google AdSense programme.


    Search this Website:
    Google
    Web www.quickonthenet.com


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