How to Make an Extra $50 to $150 per day Online

By Cheryl T Campbell | Let's Chat

May 06
For the post How to Make an Extra $50 to $150 per day Online

So you have decided to start an Internet Marketing Business.  Good on you! It’s a fun and interesting business to be involved in.

One problem you may face is that it could take a lot of time to get up and running. Because of that, the money doesn’t flow as quickly as you would like and that can get discouraging. That’s when most people give up and say “I tried, but it wasn’t for me,”

I want to see you succeed!  So, in this post we are going to talk about how you can earn some extra cash on the side while you getting your internet marketing business off the ground. Neither of the 2 methods we’re going to discuss will make you rich, but it can put money in your pocket starting from Day 1.

Forum Posting

Webmasters are busy people and they often don’t have time to do it all themselves. The smart ones outsource a bunch of tasks such as hiring people to make posts for them on forums. It’s easy work.  You would help them to get links, gain visibility and increase traffic. It often includes replying to other members, keeping conversations going, and starting new threads. To find these jobs, check out sites like and, and apply for the forum posting jobs. If you get a job doing this, expect to be paid $0.10 to $0.50 per post.

You might even leverage this into a business in which you hire others to do forum posting for your clients – you find the clients and posters, and as the middleman you keep the monetary difference between the two. This frees you up to focus on getting new clients and expanding this little “side” business of yours while the people who work for you are making all the posts.

Forum Moderating

Forums NEED moderators to block negative comments, spam and so forth, as well as to answer user questions, start new threads, add content, etc. Again, check with sites like and to find job listings for forum moderators. Expect to earn anywhere from a few dollars an hour up to $20 per hour, depending on your experience and the forum.

Like I said, these won’t make you rich, but they will put some extra money in your pocket. And should you become a forum moderator in your own chosen niche, it will also help you to build valuable contacts you can use in your own business and it will increase your expertise. Just be sure to keep the two separate – you don’t want to appear unprofessional on the forum!