View Full Version : Who has or plans to quit their day job?
I hope to one day... From the look of things, I just might be able to do that! :D
04-13-2007, 09:28 AM
Well, it is my day job :). Pretty cool actually.
04-13-2007, 09:31 AM
I'd Love to.
Sick of my current day job (I think because I have been doing the same thing for 20 years), and I love spending all my free time on the 'net.
Now, just got to get these campaigns working properly ..... :confused:
04-13-2007, 02:14 PM
If I can average $2k a month with this along with my other streams of income I can permanently work at home but with the way this affiliate thing is going, it looking like i'll still have to drive to a job.
dont be so down. I had many days like that a few weeks ago but I am now making a stable profit. I had one day where I lost like 70 bucks. It takes some tweaking and failures before you can get it right.
I already quit.
My online earning is more than enough for me.
Now I willing to boost my earnings with azoogle, it's the only reason why I joined CC. I don't pay much attention to other things except azoogle related threads.
so, SUP3RNOVA & mystickcal ..give us moreeeeeeee..tips & tricks ;)
04-13-2007, 11:49 PM
What day job?
04-15-2007, 08:26 PM
I'm not earning online more than my day job yet.
But I'm ready to quit. Doing my day job just takes too much of my time to focus on anything I want to do.
Agreed. I think if I spent the same amount of time working on AF as I do my work, I would make a ton more money.
04-23-2007, 04:09 PM
i haven't got a job yet...so this is my day job
04-24-2007, 05:11 AM
I will check out this affliate thing about 2-3 months. If it gives me continous earnings surely i can quit my job...
04-24-2007, 11:09 PM
I'm looking forward to jumping into this thing with both feet. Still enrolled in college just looking to supplement the family's income until i start my med program.
BTW I did quit my night job and desperately needing to get this thing rolling.
04-25-2007, 01:13 PM
To all people thinking about quiting their day job after a few successful months...
I quit mine in 2004
Made near 0$ in 2004
Made xxx xxx$ in 2005
Made xxx xxx$ in 2006
In summer 2006 things have changed and I am now back to square one making less than 3K/month ! (I made 29K during my best month! :mad: )
Do I need to say that this is VERY stressful!
Things change very fast! Don't make the mistake to think that your success will last forever! The fact is things are gonna change and you WILL experiment a drop in revenue. The only question is when?
Think about those scenarios: YSM can change their Ad ranking algorithm, dropping all your Ads in 1000th position, you can be victim of serious click fraud and be banned by an Ad network, when new markets get incorporated to a network the competition can increase dramatically, what if the minimum CPC increase to 0,15$ or 0,20$? , etc, etc, Just a few examples out of millions...
The fact is that you control very few things on the web.
Of course all problems have their solutions but you need to be aware of all the potential problems of your activities.
The best tip I can give is "adapt and diversify"! :D
Personaly I am still working on that old used-to-be-successful-project (BH), while working on WH sites, PPC, trying some arbitrage and other BH stuff. I used to receive my money from ONE source (very stressful), now I receive cash from 4 different sources. I used to work on only 1 project, now I work on 4-5 differents things. I know I gonna make a lot of $$$ again soon, it's just a matter of testing, time, focus, testing, positivism, perseverance, and testing. :D
04-25-2007, 01:19 PM
my gf said i am mad.
i want to concentrate doing online and give myself 1 year.
if i cant reach my goal of $3k profit monthly, i will need to look for job next year.
my gf said i am mad.
Hahahahahaha. A lot of people are very ignorant in the possibilities of making money on the Internet. My gf would do the same.
Self-employed going on two years, working from my home =).
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