How to make 25 dollars a day?… It seems like such a small amount, but nowadays, a lot of people would love the opportunity to earn money, even if it is just $25 a day.
With this method, you can make even more than that perhaps, but I’ll explain later on why I chose 25 as the target number here. We will be using Fiverr and LinkedIn to make money with this method.
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Fiverr is a micro-freelancing site, where you can post gigs of all kinds and make easy money fast. There are lots of ways to make money using Fiverr, but this one is really easy.
LinkedIn is a social networking site aimed at professionals and people who want to network with others. LinkedIn is a great way to find jobs, find employees and over all a great way to network with like-minded people.
There is an easy way to make at least $25 a day using LinkedIn. But it’s not through finding a person who will hire us to work for them in their office. We are talking about something totally different. We are not there to find a job. We are there to make money using LinkedIn itself.
On Facebook you have friends, on twitter you have followers, and on LinkedIn you will have “connections”. The more connection you have, the better your chances are of finding work since you can reach more potential employers and people who may refer you to employers.
Now, if you don’t have connections, you can pay LinkedIn $10 each time you want to connect to a potential employer or whoever. So, as you can imagine, connections are very important in LinkedIn and people are always looking to connect with more people.
The Concept of Making Money on LinkedIn
To make money using LinkedIn, all we have to do is connect people with others. To explain this better, let me give you an example of a person who is actually making money with LinkedIn as we speak.
I have a friend who actually does make money with this method on Fiverr. He has 20,000 connections on LinkedIn. So, he put up a gig on Fiverr offering to post buyer’s link for $5 to his LinkedIn update where the link will be seen by all his 20,000 connections. Obviously, not every single one of those connections are going to click on your link, but a small percentage will, and that is what buyers want – traffic to their site!
The link can point to anything, it could direct people to a sales page for a specific products, a blog, an e-commerce site, a squeeze page where they can put their email address and get a free e-Book, or what have you. The potentials are huge. The more targeted that page is in relation to those connections and what they are looking for, the better the results will be.
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However, in this particular case, we don’t have to worry about what the link is going to point to. We are just there to put that link in our update so others can see it and click on it. Yes, people will pay you for a chance to have lots of people visit their site, if you have enough connections.
Now, this particular guy doesn’t just post his client’s link, he actually does a little pre-sell as well. The result of this campaign is anywhere from 30 to 500 clicks. And for a Fiverr gig, that’s substantial given that the majority of Fiverr gigs don’t deliver near as much traffic as this guy and his gig do. Which is why he has so many positive feedback, all helping him to sell more of his gig.
Now, just to make the picture complete let’s see how much he actually makes from his gig. If you look at his gig, his que is always full. I did some investigation and found out that he sells about 200 gigs every month or so. At $4 per gig ($1 out of the $5 goes to Fiverr), he will be banking around $800 a month just from that one gig. And 800 divided by 30 is 25.
Yes, he makes $25 a day just from this one gig, which probably takes him less than a minute to complete! As you can imagine, the more gigs you can sell, the more money you can pocket.
How Do You Get 20,000 Connections on LinkedIn?
First, you don’t really have to have exactly 20,000 connection, you could probably get away with even 10,000 or fewer, and still be able to sell enough gigs to make at least $25 a day. But how do you even get anywhere near that many connection on LinkedIn any way?…
The first thing you want to do is to join “open networkers” groups. These are groups with people who are open to any request for connection. There are lots of big groups like that, including the biggest one known as LION (stands for LinkedIn Open Networkers).
Then you enter the group and find a few very popular threads where you can add your name and email address. Then all you have to do is wait for people to invite you to connect, or simply click on their link and click on the “connect” button.
Obviously, clicking on hundreds of names and trying to connect with each person one by one can get time consuming. Luckily, LinkedIn has a solution for that. It’s called “Mass Importing”. It allows you to mass import a list of email addresses (on LinkedIn you connect to others through email address). And fortunately for us, most groups on LinkedIn have also a mass list of email addresses of people in their group.
Is it Spamming?
No, you are not spamming anyone here! These are people who knowingly put their email address there and want to connect with other people. So, you are not spamming these people.
However, please don’t mass import or try to connect with people who are not in any open network groups. That’s straight spamming, and besides, it takes only 5 people to say “I don’t know you”, for your account to be disabled by LinkedIn.
Making $25 a Day
Keep adding more and more connection to your profile until you reach the desired number. I would go for at least 5,000 connections. Then, when you get there, simply put up the same kind of gig as out example gig on Fiverr and start making money with it
It can’t get any easier than this. I mean, people are willing to pay a lot of money to get traffic to their sites, whether it’s an e-commerce site, a blog, a squeeze page or a page where they have their affiliate links recommending products they earn commission on. People will pay for traffic and this is an easy way to provide them traffic and make an easy $25 a day or more.
Now obviously, you can make more or less, depending on how much time and effort you want to put into this. The reason I am emphasizing on $25 is because of that real life example that I have seen with my own eyes. I don’t like to hype things up. And since that’s what I have seen so far, I targeted that number, knowing it can be done, seeing how this guy is actually making money, $25 a day or so, with LinkedIn.