September Earnings
Updated Oct. 1, 2007

Online Shops
CafePress: $0.00

Article Writing
Associated Content: $0.00

Get Paid To Programs
CashCrate: $0.00
TreasureTrooper: $0.00

Internet Marketing
AdSense: $0.00
ClickBank: $0.00
Commission Junction: $0.00
Amazon Associates: $0.00

Total October Earnings: $0.00

Total September Earnings: $688.24

Top Money Maker (Sept): CashCrate - $473.26

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Tuesday, September 4, 2007
'Get Paid To' program updates
As I said in my previous post - my focus for my online income earning has shifted from the 'get paid to' programs to more of an internet marketing focus.

But, I did want to do a quick update on the 'get paid to' programs that I am using. First, I'm going to be dropping Hits4Pay and DealsNCash from the programs I'm using. I finally hit the payout threshold for Hits4Pay. I never did any real intense promotion for Hits4Pay, but I did have about 20 referrals in my downline. With 20 referrals it took me about 2 months to hit the payout level of $25 bucks. And that was with a $10 dollar sign up bonus! Here's a breakdown of what it actually took to hit that $25 bucks.

As you can see - hits4pay turned out to be a two month waste of time. Of course - the actual reading of the ads was nothing at all. I simply logged in, opened up a new tab in the browser and just clicked on a new ad every so often while I was doing something else. I really didn't do anything - but still, I guess some time was spent logging in to the site and clicking.

So - strike those two programs off the list. Hits4Pay DealsNCash

That leaves me with CashCrate and Treasure Trooper left in my 'Get Paid To' program list. I hadn't done much promotion of either besides a banner here and there. But, in the last week I decided to give CashCrate a little push. I've pushed my referrals up to over 60 on my first level, and I've now got 5 on my second level. What I like about CashCrate is that you're paid anywhere from 20 to 30 percent for the first level, and 10 to 20 on the second level. In the last 3 days of August, I made about 35 bucks from the new referrals that I got. I didn't spend much time - I'd say about 30 minutes a day trying to get referrals. I've figured out that it really is where you try to get the referrals. Some sites work like a charm :-)

For this month I figure I'm going to spend about 15 to 30 minutes a day working on referrals, because that program actually seems like it might pay off. Well, I know it will as Amy of My Debt Free Goal pulls in about $1500 a month from her referrals. So we'll see how far I can take this.

But as I've said - the main focus for September is creating a bunch of niche/affiliate sites. I'm going to try to do at least 2 a week - I finished my first one 2 days ago and have been working on getting some traffic to it. Now, I'm about to start research on the second.

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