where do earn more??

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  1. RestOwner

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    I am currently working on a restaurant and at the same time working on-line.. My problem is that sometimes I can't do my job right because whenever I got home I already feel so tired and I am thinking now which one to give up to concentrate on one job only.. Is there a success in on-line jobs? or do I have to stick to the real world??
     
  2. Daedorax

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    Well it depends if you feel that you can earn more money online then do it. I would suggests not quitting for job, but maybe start a small blog and see if you can make any money off of that and if you can then you can quit for job. Then go with your online career.
     
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    Take this from a guy who worked online for over a year:
    I suggests you to keep your job in the restaurant. Why? Here, you have fixed salary/income monthly compared to online which depends on your workload plus currency conversion (I hate when PHP goes to high. This means lower income for me. :(). Do online job only as a part-time for extra income that you can use for leisure and such.
     
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    RestOwner some questions that you might want to ask yourself are;

    Can you afford to leave your job?

    If your online business doesn't work out, how easy will it be for you to find another job?

    Are there any compromise solutions, e.g. reduce the hours you work in your job or leave full time employment and find another part time job?
     
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    Good questions

    I get the same difficulty when i develop my idea of business : couldnt work to the project at the evening after work.
    Well it's normal i think, try to optimize you health, with the objective to have the physical possibility to do the twice.
     
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    Doing online business might make you better money but it is risky.
    You might consider the risk before you leaving your real job, or saying how much confident for you to go for online job
    If you do have big commitment, then you shouldnt simplily leave your job
     
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    That's the problem of many us. We want to earn more, but we don't have any strengths to do. So do I. I wokr online and I give classes at the same time.
     
  8. RestOwner

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    Earning more would be great to me that's why I am doing a real job plus an online work. An extra income for me is really helpful especially when it comes to expenses because it is only me who do all the paying and that really stresses me..
     
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    There are various types of money making online work, such as,
    1) forum posting
    2) data entry
    3) web hosting
    you can choose any of them to make money online.
     
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    What is a web hosting?
     
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    I would suggest keeping your job.

    It really depends on your skills, do you have the technical skills to set up a website?
    You may be able to cook but if you are not a writter then blogging may not be right for you.

    Heaps of people want to make money on the internet and only a small handful actually do.
    I use to work for one of the top payment gateways and have seen the money that ecommerce makes.
    Most sites don't even cover their hosting and online payment fees, they run at a loss.

    It is the niche sites and monopoly businesses that make money, so either go very very niche or give you time in return for money blogging about food or something.

    The websites you see that say they get $100k cheques from Google Adsense are rubbish. Don't beleive them, the only sites that have done well are the ones that started in 90's and now have millions of pages and lots of links.
     
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    There is a large number of online jobs, you can earn more money by them.
    Now a days internet is a big source of earning.
     
  13. GekiDan

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    Web hosting is where one can host his site to become visible online.
    But I can't understand why Daiel85479 said that one can earn from web hosting...
     
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    Daniel85479 may have been suggesting becoming a webhost as a way of making money online. Or perhaps even earning by promoting web hosting affiliate offers.
     
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    Oh I see. But becoming a webhost is definitely expensive due to server prices and maintenance costs. Right?
     
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    It's not that expensive to purchase a reseller hosting account and to start with that. Most of the major hosting companies sell reseller accounts that allow you to resell hosting space to other website owners.
     
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    Oh I see. I really thought he meant "starting your own web hosting." >_<"
     
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    When someone purchases a hosting reseller account and then starts selling web hosting to others they are in effect in the web hosting business. Obviously it's an operation with a much lower start up cost than purchasing servers etc.
     
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    Confused about web hosting. I guess I am not familiar with the term..
     
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    Web hosts are the companies that actually house and operate the computer systems that websites are actually accessed from. Many large companies have their own systems, but for nearly all smaller businesses the expense of operating a full time web server is too much to handle so they use the services of a web hosting company to store the website from. There are tons of companies like this out there and many offer commissions for referals. Check out godaddy.com or 1and1.com for a better idea of what these companies offer.
     

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