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Creating Free Android Apps (Like Angry Birds) to Earn Money on Ads

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Let me tell you the ugly truth right off the bat:

If you are reading this and still don’t have your own money making iPhone or iPad App empire YOU MISSED THE TRAIN, pal! Yep, you heard me right. Sounds harsh, I know, but someone needs to tell you the blatant truth already, so FACE IT: you missed the Gold Rush!

… But.. Here comes the newsflash. You still have a chance to make money with mobile apps and games, you are just looking in the wrong direction.

While the whole world is still crazy on Apps and iPhone, the new, suddenly emerging giant Android market is left UNTAPPED!

FIND OUT MORE HERE:

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Make sure you don’t miss the gold rush again.
Creating Free Android Apps (Like Angry Birds) to Earn Money on AdsYou really don’t want to miss the boat. The reason is most people
will never realize how easy it is to make your own app. They believe
in a myth that it is just WAY too difficult to start and you need too
much money and top level programming skills for that. Well I am here
to finally get that out of your head!

Watch the Tutorial: Creating Android Apps With NO Coding Skills at All

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Work and Earn Money Between Changing Diapers and Making Lunch

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There is one way similar to working on oDesk for you to earn something like an hourly wage, except that these places will pay you by the minute. Or rather by the task. Its often very repetitive, but easy easy work, and many times each task takes only a minute or less to complete. Its very flexible and you can stop and start at any time during the day.

Amazon.com’s Mechanical Turk or mturk.com is the most prevalent website offering small tasks or “hits” for pay. Sign up, wait the 24 hours or so it takes to be given access to begin work, and then choose something easy with no qualification requirements to try first. You will want to learn the ropes before delving into becoming qualified for the bigger higher paying tasks.

Another small task website is cloudflower.com which works on basically the same way mturk.com does, but in my opinion is easier to understand, less clunky and confusing.

These sites and jobs are legitimate, in that companies genuinely need these small repetitive tasks done, and often need them done by a variety of people. Work generally consists of categorizing text blurbs or pictures, or labeling, or solving captchas. Most tasks are intended to help a company improve their software or other functions.

You can’t generally earn a lot per hour, but its a lot better than not doing anything, and certainly better than those “get paid to take surveys” sites.

Have you tried out any of these type of websites? What did you think?