Online Earnings for March 2017

Many, if not most, Americans live on a paycheck-to-paycheck basis. This makes it hard for most people to build up wealth. When you spend pretty much every penny that you make, it’s hard to build up a nest egg. This is where online earnings that can supplement the money you get from your regular job.

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Online earnings can build up a nice nest egg over time.

While many people do quite well financially, there are more that have a job that pays little. These people frequently look to the side hustle. This is the reason I started to look for ways to make money online about a decade ago.

It’s definitely helped improve my financial position over what it would have been had I not started. My online earnings have increased over time. Some months’ I’ll do pretty well; others, I’ll make less. The way I look at it, though, any extra money that I can bring in will help me build wealth over time.

Back in February, I made just above $200, which was less than the $334 that I made in January. Now it’s time to check my online earnings for March.

Online Earnings for March 2017

Freelance Writing:                   $241.55
Swagbucks:                                  $75.00

TOTAL for March 2017:       $316.55

While this amount of online earnings was less than it was in January, it was more than I earned in February. I earned from two freelance sites. I usually write about finance, but will occasionally take a job for a different topic like travel.

I’ve also gone over $1,500 lifetime earnings on Swagbucks. If you’ve not yet signed up for Swagbucks, you can do so by clicking on the previous link. You can also learn about some of the methods that I use to earn money on Swagbucks and how this could build up to a nice chunck of change over time from this short and relatively inexpensive book on building wealth with Swagbucks:

How To Earn Money With Swagbucks In Your Spare Time To Build Wealth

I’m keeping up with my online earnings to show you, my readers, how it can be done. I started making money on the Internet nearly 10 years ago, and I’ve increased this over time. You’ll probably not get rich over time, but you can earn money and supplement your income. You can make this money in your pajamas without leaving home, and it can really go a long way to helping you improve your personal finances.

6 thoughts on “Online Earnings for March 2017

    • cp913 says:

      I might write up an article at some point regarding freelancing. That said, I’ve seen people who are making six figures from this. I don’t have their secrets (I think they might get part of their income from selling courses to tell people how they get it). Long story short, I started out on Textbroker.com a few years ago.

  1. Nice! Congrats on a decent side income… it’s definitely far more than I’ve ever been able to make outside my 9-5. How long have you been using Swagbucks? I hear good things about it, but it definitely helps to understand your $1,500 lifetime earnings over X period of time. I’m also in agreement with BHL on hearing more about your freelancing! Getting paid to write about topics you love is amazing, and should be shared 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!

    • cp913 says:

      I’ve been using Swagbucks for the past five or six years. I really started earning more on this platform over the past three years or so. I’ve gotten quite a bit of freelance income from Textbroker.com.

  2. Congrats on your earnings and I agree with supplementing your income through online earnings. In college I got into earning money online through swaybacks (which I still do) and freelance writing. They helped to pay some of my monthly tuition and got me my books along the way!

    • cp913 says:

      These a just a couple of the many ways that you can supplement your income a bit. If you can pay your bills with your job, this can go toward investing and building wealth.

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