$100 Per Day Content Strategy: Microjob Freelancing Profit Leveragement

Microjob Freelancing Profit Leveragement

What I love more than the creation of substantive, high-quality content is the ability to get paid time-and-again for it in the microjob freelancing site niche. This is one of my major business areas that I just haven’t had the time to ruthlessly-exploit.

Truth be told, I had to get my organization on hard to get here. This is one of the niches that many people getting caught up in the disassociative frenzy of the MMO niche completely miss out on. I mean, just how much more simple does it get?

There’s a hungry, searching audience for every type of service (within reason) that can be procured for between five-to-five-hundred dollars on a 24-7 contingency, irrespective of holiday or season. It just keeps on gnawing like the hunger of a monster refusing to ever be sated or gorged – much like the perennial affair of how to make money online bum marketing.

 Heavily-trafficked, microjob freelancer sites currently enjoy healthy Alexa status, with some of them clocking in at the top 25,000 busiest sites status. Add to the mix picky (read “cheap”) buyers and freelancers with lightning-strike chicken-headed job bidding attempting to eat daily, and you have an entrepreneurially-golden profit pot.


Within the webring of the Ionicware network, these are some of my testing and selling grounds as far as digital inventory. I have so much stuff to be sold on all the network sites I occupy besides the ones listed directly above.

I turn the paradigm on its’ head by refusing to bid for jobs and converting it to an auto-pilot affair. I have other things to do, and I have a pretty good idea of what the squirrelly-ass market trending will throw me as far as inventory liquidation and how I also make money online bum marketing.

The only downside to the whole process is having to dodge the stupids dumb-ass enough to attempt to pull scams within this framework. I’m all about the sentiment of, “If it’s too good to be true…”. I’m still laughing my posterior off @ the last attempt.

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(I don’t think they were expecting this…lol!)

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that in these places, if someone contacts you unbidden and unconnected to any of your offers, they’re usually up to no damn good. My response makes sense in light of the contents of the zip file to me, and, believe me, my spider-sense was full-on;

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So…lessee if’n I got this shit right. You want me to, SIGHT UNSEEN, trust you with access to my personal Internet network (as I’d have to have it operate from my home hub wi-fi), AS WELL AS my image identity so you can violate the terms-of-service of well-established freelancing sites and only accept remuneration of $200 to destroy my name and reputation within the niche? FOR YOU?! 

Hence my apt rhetorical retort…and I wonder how I keep my patience and make money online bum marketing.

Mr Lee Davis is the owner/admin of Promodrone.com, an instant publishing site for news, articles, information, multimedia, and infographic submissions along with exposure to profitable opportunities associated with content creation. Are you a content creator in need of a way to generate more money for your products and services? Info can be found at the Deadly Content Marketplace Profits salespage


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