The HR Manager walked around today with a huge grin on her face. She stopped by every cubicle and gave the THE Magic Envelope. Yes, ladies and gentlemen. The envelope contains news which everyone has been looking forward to throughout the whole year. BONUS!! My colleague must have gotten a huge bonus because the moment he read his letter, he started giggling hysterically and until now, has this huge grin plastered on his face. UNFORTUNATELY, I am not eligible to get a piece of the cake because one of the rules is that you have to have worked here for at least 3 months.

So what do I do? I get back to trying to rack up the moolah online, of course! Hahhahaha… better than sitting down and stewing over my not getting any bonus episode.

Anyway, I’ve stumbled upon Blogsvertise. One surefire way to earn money through blogging. Advertisers nowadays are very keen on the whole internet marketing idea so they’re going all out to market their products and services via the internet. Blogsvertise is kind of like their intermediary to get to the bloggers (one way of marketing their stuff online). Well, the whole writing out their tasks seems easy enough so I’ve decided to give Blogvertise a try. I mean, I blog all the time anyway so why not earn a little bit more through these guys. I Googled them up and quite a large number of bloggers have written great reviews about Blogsvertise, enhancing my interest in trying out my luck. All I have to do is sign up, wait for them to approve this wonderful little blog of mine and wait for the tasks to roll in. Once I complete my given tasks, they’ll pay me through PayPal. PERFECTO! 😀

Blogsvertise, here I come!

3 Comments on Making the online ka-ching

  1. oh cool! welcome to the club! payperpost, quite leceh la coz you don’t get opportunities as often as you’d like. blogsvertise, at least you’re given one opportunity a day (in the grab-bags form of way).

  2. oh cool! welcome to the club! payperpost, quite leceh la coz you don’t get opportunities as often as you’d like. blogsvertise, at least you’re given one opportunity a day (in the grab-bags form of way).

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