Making Money Online By Answering Surveys…

The post prior to this one is really an online money making opportunity for me and those who participate in answering the survey. It is also one easy but not fast way of making money online. All a reader has to do is

1) click the part where it says, “how would you answer,”

2) answer the survey at dNeero’s website where you will be redirected and

3) post your answers on your blog/s (free or paid friendster blog, multiply, xanga, blogger, etc.).

You can post your answers to as many blogs as you want. That’s what I do except that I change the titles for each blog.

You will be prompted to create an account first if you do not have one when you get redirected. Once you have an account, when the survey you posted generates impressions (someone answers it or views your answers) within ten days of posting, you get the amount prescribed for the said survey.

For example, the picture below (a screen shot) shows the statistics of the surveys I have posted under my account. On the top of that list (the underlined Your Dreams) is the survey I posted in this blog prior to this entry (click here to see that survey post).

In the statistics above, I’ve only had two days of generated impressions for that survey, four days of generated for the next one on the list, and five days of generated impressions for the third and fourth ones on the list. For me to have the amount prescribed credited to my account I would need to have five days worth of generated impressions on the posted survey. As you can see above, I have been credited $0.45 for the third one on the list and $0.48 for the fourth one (that’s why you can see the green check mark on the right side and the word ‘paid’ below the check mark.

As for the second one, I would need one more day of generated impressions to have $0.60 credited to my account. And as for the most recent survey I posted which is the first one on the list I would need three more days of generated impressions to have $0.50 credited to my account at dNeero. That explains the big gray dot on the right side of the first two on the list above and the word ‘pending’ below the big gray dot. So in summary I still have a total of $1.10 pending to be credited on my account.

The picture above is a screen shot of my account balance in my dNeero account. You can see that there is a $1.10 pending listed. The blackened part shows how much is already in my account (I won’t divulge that) which accumulated just by answering surveys and posting the answers in my blogs. That was all I had to do an it took me less than a minute to answer a survey and another two minutes to post them in my blogs. An easy way of making money online – it’s not big and fast money because dNeero’s pay out is $20 but it’s legit, sure and effortless. An by the way, each time someone answers the survey you posted and registers at dNeero, you earn from that, too. Cool, huh!?

If you became interested to join through this post, I would encourage you to answer the survey in my previous post and join dNeero through that link. I hope you start making money online soon.

To Start Off Making Money Online

One very simple step I did to get that dough rolling in was I created a site/blog. The first site I created was the one for our church. I got free domain name registration and hosting (until now) at This is a free hosting ministry that could really help full-time minsters like me, brothers and sisters in Christ wanting to create a website. Their main requirement is that the site you create must share the Gospel explicitly and that you agree with their statement of faith. Since we share the same belief and the site I created met the other requirement, they eventually registered a domain name (of my choice) for my first site and hosted it. I then created a second website and went through the same process.

For these first two sites, my first exposure to making money online (our family and our ministry could really use a little extra) was through Google AdSense. It’s easy to create an account but their minimum payout is $100. And unless your site receives huge traffic it would take some time before you get your first $100. In my case, I was able to raise up to more than $20 in my AdSense account.

However, being the newbie I was, and wanting to increase traffic in my two sites, I registered in autosurf services, and it did increase traffic and exposure to my two sites and I did get clicks for the ads in my two sites but, since this is considered as invalid clicks and since part of Google’s terms and conditions is not taking part in autosurf services, my AdSense account got banned. It
eventually got reinstated (as you can see in two of my other blogs which have Google ads) after sending an appeal. But all past earnings were revoked so I sart right back at zero.

But I think this is the easiest way to make money online. In addition to that you can even create a free blog through blogspot/blogger and once you post an entry, Google would automatically prompt you to place ads in your blog. So with AdSense, even without doing anything really, as long as their are frequent visitors in your site/blog the ads will get clicked and you’ll start to earn (But of course there are ways to get more traffic into your site – SEO tools and other stuff). Just make sure that you are careful not to break the terms and conditions that Google set.

How My Online Money Making Experiences Began

I got introduced to making money online when a college friend contacted me a few years ago to be a dummy incorporator for his corporation. The company he set up was really an online money making business he had many years back. I guess he just wanted to legitimize his income so he could also avail of bank loans and other services which he could use to increase his assets. He has been encouraging me to try it but I never really had an idea how to start.
I did try setting up websites and slowly accumulated some income from pay-per-click ads from “G” (you know who, the biggest and most popular PPC company around) but eventually got banned when I reached about $25 or so, for what “G” claimed as invalid clicks. I did get reinstated recently but had to start from zero but that’s a different story.

Last December, my wife and I bought a domain name and paid to have it hosted by a generous friend who guided us and taught us how to start making money online. Now, I am not claiming to be an expert on this topic but I do want to share my own experiences on making money online, thus, the blog’s title.

I recently read that advertisers last year paid a total of $259 billion for advertising online. My goal for starting this blog is first of all, to journal my experiences about how I am learning and trying to get a piece of that $259 billion pie, and secondly, to help other reluctant but curious bloggers and soon to be bloggers get a part of that, too. I also hope to get some help and wishfully some mentoring from experts in this field through this blog.