Monday, February 28, 2011

Earn Money Asking and Answering Questions With Webanswers

About a week ago I came across a new website to earn passive income with. Webanswers is a site where users post and answer questions similar to Yahoo! Answers. The main difference is that Webanswers is an AdSense revenue sharing site. When visitors click on ads you will receive earnings through your AdSense account.

In the short time that I have been a member I have already seen earnings in my account. Some of the top earners are earning over $700.00 in one month. It may not be a way to retire but it makes a decent additional passive income stream for people who enjoy to share knowledge about subjects they know about with users who have related questions.

Join Webpages today if you would like to earn passive income asking and answering questions.

Here are some recent questions that I have been awarded best answer to.
What is wrong with no child left behind?
How do you getr referalls for your affiliated sites?

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Speaking to Myself

I have no one to blame but my self but this blog has gone pretty much dead. I have not updated it in nearly two years and my traffic is down to almost nothing. Perhaps I should just shut it down but that seems like an entirely huge waste. When I started I thought I could use it as a speaking stone and maybe thats what it will be now. Not quite a personal blog about every mundane event of my life but my reactions to newsworthy items and events that can hold meanings to others.

Anyone who followed this blog might remember that I was trying to adjust to life in Bloomington, Indiana. Since then I have moved to Iowa living outside of yet another college town. Basically the same crap as before but a little colder.

Much of my free time is being used playing Magic the gathering. I might start publishing some tournament reports but as of late I have been running into the worst of luck. Variance can be a bitch.

If anyone is left out there please leave a comment so I know whether or not this blog is all alone.