Although I appreciate your concise and helpful tips, I strongly disagree placing survey junkie as n.1 unless your willing to make less than $1/hour. I spent my first hour sugning up, building my profile (a survey in itself), taking the rutorials for free points. Earned 80 points worth .80 cents. Next hour I startesd over 20 surveys and kept getting kicked out due to not being interested or invilved with their priduct, service or opinion. I only earned 2pts or .02 cents in each after being asked the aame questions akready answered in my profile (age, zip, etc..). I was only able to complete one full survey so I got 65pts or. 65 cents. Two hours after. I was 1.21 richer…not worth it.
Secondly, I notice that your blog earns you some good money. I am surprised to know that you get over $100,000 per month. I also have a blog – http://www.golaserengraving.com/blog – which I want to monetize and I have tried Infolinks Ads and PropellerAds. What other better options can you advise me to venture into to make reasonable amount of money?
Levels 75-90: Cut Magic Logs between these levels. It is highly recommended that you use a dragon hatchet. If you can't afford it, then stick with the Rune Hatchet. Magic Logs can be very slow to cut at the required level. If you want to, stay with the yew trees until around 85-90. Magic logs have a profit of 1.3k each, and the best way for making money for members with Woodcutting. As of the 27/5/10 (DD/MM/YY), magic logs are roughly 1500 gp each on the Grand Exchange, but can increase or decrease depending on the time.
Become a babysitter if you are good with children. There are websites that will connect you with people who need a babysitter. To get hired by people who do not know you, it will help to pass a CPR class, or to have a special talent or expertise for entertaining children. However, you might be able to make money more quickly just by babysitting for people you know, or by having friends refer you to others who need a babysitter.[14]
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