Make $300-$600 Per Week While Working 2 hours Per Day (Overlooked Trick)

by Matt Poc on April 26, 2011 · 29 comments

Make $300-$600 Per Week While Working 2h Per Day (Overlooked Trick)

What would you do with extra $300-$600 per week? Would it be great to make that amount of money while working just 2h per day? I think it’s awesome… If you think the same, then continue reading.

This method works almost instantly

The method that I am going to share with you, works almost instantly. I think that’s great, because many people are looking for that kind of strategy. If you were looking for “quick buck” then you came to the right place.

So what’s the strategy? Well, first of all, let me tell you that we are going to use Twitter. Don’t worry, this strategy works even if you have 0 followers very well!

Twitter is the best way to find out CURRENT people’s problems

We are going to find what people want and then we will give them a solution. I think Twitter is the best for this task. You probably have already seen that people like to talk about their problems using Twitter.

You may also use forums for this task, but I’ve found that Twitter works better. In my experience Facebook works worse.

“I really must lose weight!”

Have you ever seen a tweet like that? Yes? What would you think if you could use Clickbank, register as an affiliate and then get 75% commission from every sale?

Can you see the potential? They say that they MUST lose weight… and you can give to them the solution and even make some money! That’s a little trick…

You are helping and making money at the same time… Could it be better than that? I think no, if you enjoy helping other people.

Here is the system:

Step 1 – find a product to promote from Clickbank

First of all, find a product to promote. Just go to Clickbank and register as an affiliate. It’s easy peasy lemon squeezy to register there…

Then, find a product which solves a desperate problem. For example: lose weight, speed up PC, dating, some self help products. You get the idea – find what people really want and are willing to spend money.

In my experience you will make less money if you promote such products as “learn spanish” . But if you will put this method on steroids, you will need to enter lots of different niches.

You may also promote physical products. Just go to Amazon and register as an affiliate there. However, you will get only 7-15% commission, but people will trust you more, so you will make more sales.

Step 2 – mask your affiliate link

Just go to and shorten your affiliate link (affiliate links look really ugly). You may customize that link as well (you have to register) by adding something related to your niche. For example:!

Step 3 – go and find what people want!

This is the most important part. You need to get a Twitter account if you don’t have one. Then, go to search box and enter… a problem. For example: “I must lose weight –www –http”.

I add “–www –http” to filter the results – Twitter won’t show tweets with links (usually these links are to products and people who post links don’t have problems)

Then just simply go through search results and reply to tweets by clicking “reply”!

Two different strategies

You may post your affiliate link in the first tweet, or you may post that you know how they feel or something that (lots of people will reply back), so you build trust and relationships and you are not identified as a spammer.

However, I should mention that every tweet should be unique. But you don’t need to change a whole sentence, just change one word and that’s it. You want to do that, because if you don’t – Twitter will suspend you account.

You also don’t want to post more than 20-25 tweets from one account per day. If you post more – you will be identified as a spammer and Twitter will suspend your account. Just simply register tons of accounts.

Step 4 – help them!

The key with this method is to help. If you don’t help people they are not going to trust you, so you won’t make any money. My final word:

Do NOT spam people!

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Cheryl Woodhouse April 26, 2011 at 5:40 pm

That might work for a short while… But unless you’re really passionate about helping people ___(insert whatever problem your affiliate product solves here)____, you’re probably not going to make much – and definitely not for very long. People can see through you when you fake a desire to help people. Now, if you can find a product you genuinely want to share – and you really are passionate about it – you’ll probably see success with that method.
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Alex April 27, 2011 at 11:43 am

Totally agree with you here Cheryl.

Oh and I love your last blog post title ;)
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Matt Poc April 27, 2011 at 11:48 am

That’s exactly what you need – you must be passionate about helping other people, otherwise this method is not going to work.

Peter Hutyr May 12, 2011 at 7:58 am

Hi, these are great tips. I would like to add something. Instead of going into every profile and that could take like forever. I suggest this tool be used but first view the YouTube Video I uploaded.

Peter Hutyr´s last blog post ..5 Steps To Affiliate Marketing Fortunes

Make Money Tips April 26, 2011 at 9:02 pm

I don’t think its a good idea to earn money. It can never work :)
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Paul Salmon April 27, 2011 at 12:09 pm

You definitely need to promote a product that you are passionate about. The best way is to promote a product that you have used, and could easily recommend it. As Cheryl mentioned, people will eventually see through you if you recommend a product that you wouldn’t use yourself, or fake people into using it.
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Matt Poc April 27, 2011 at 1:02 pm

Great point!

When I used this method, I promoted products only that I’ve personally used. It is very important. Also, If you spam people you are not going to make any money with this method.

Justin Germino April 27, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Beware, targeting people with @replies and a sales link is a sure way to get your Twitter account flagged as spam and banned. The same model can be applied if you pay attention to and follow the hashtags being used, you can list the people communicating in those hashtags and contact them to make a connection. I do this to find people to follow, but I don’t ever directly send anyone a sales link with an @reply, unless they ask for it.

Also, ClickBank is filled with 90+% crap products, and your reputation is on the line for anything you sell, make sure you know about the product you are selling and truly endorse it.
Justin Germino´s last blog post ..Google Introduces New Website Verification Plugin

Jane April 27, 2011 at 2:48 pm

Hi Matt,

This sounds like a god strategy but I would really stay back from promoting products that I have not personally used. That is the only concern I am having :)

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Cheryl April 27, 2011 at 6:25 pm

Justin made a good point, too – ClickBank is filled with junk.

If you find something you’re truly passionate about – if that is helping people lose weight because of your own struggle, working with entrepreneurs, or whatever – the money will follow.

Doing something just to make money always *always* backfires – often times because there is another new, exciting way to make money waiting around the corner to take your attention!
Cheryl´s last blog post ..How Community Building Helps Businesses

Steve Rice April 27, 2011 at 6:56 pm

I like your recommendations, and especially like your description of how to connect with people who are searching for what you can deliver.

Of course, as you mentioned, already, this should be a product/service you have used and can recommend with integrity.

The main process seems like a legitimate way to connect to real people who need your help, though.
Steve Rice @ Karmic Kappuccino´s last blog post ..Power of Response-Ability

Ryan Biddulph April 27, 2011 at 8:12 pm

Hi Matt,

You make a few good points here.

The key to find people’s problems. From there, write articles and blog posts teaching people how to solve their problems with your expertise. If you are passionate about what you do you can churn out content with great ease. After taking these steps, then you can post your affiliate links.

People will buy from you if you help them. If you don’t help them first and offer them some kind of value in the form of free, usable content, they will ignore you, and your link never gets clicks.

Thanks for sharing Matt!

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Nishadha April 28, 2011 at 10:52 am

Some very nice tips although as mentioned in most comments bit hard to maintain. I guess if you balance replies and replies with links then you have a good chance of getting away with it.
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Nick April 28, 2011 at 2:17 pm

Hey Matt,
Great article. No need of any website, no need of outsourcing :p

Matt Poc April 28, 2011 at 3:58 pm

Yeah, creating sites and doing all other technical crap is pain for a lot of people and that’s why so many people even don’t try to make any money online…

Sandeep April 29, 2011 at 4:06 am

Hey There – Thats a great little trick, you’re contacting your potential customer directly and without a website.. just search for them and promote the product to them..

Never thought abt it, nice idea
Sandeep@Curious Little Person´s last blog post ..Make Money Online- BuySellAds Advertisement Program

Kavya Hari April 30, 2011 at 12:06 pm

Yeah, i agree with it because we can get immediate news from the twitter :)

Johanna May 1, 2011 at 8:49 am

Hi Matt,
This sure is a great idea. One does not need to have their own website in order to make money online in this method of yours.
I am quite taken aback by the comments, though. I guess one needs to pay attention to the policies from Twitter too.
Thanks for sharing!
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Jasmine May 2, 2011 at 5:43 pm

This sounds like a great idea to make some money off affiliate commissions. However, it would be a little hard to promote a product which I have not personally tried or used.
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Jasmine May 2, 2011 at 5:44 pm

Thank you so much for sharing this idea, Matt. It sounds workable! But, I think it might be a little hard to promote a product which I have not personally tried or used.
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Jym May 5, 2011 at 1:50 pm

Great principles outlined here Matt.

Best element for me is using twitter to see what’s trending. It is far and away the most ‘live wire’ into what people are talking about across the world, and there’s a lot of valuable information on there.

I do have some of the same reservations as other commentators above, but done right and with passion I can see this being a very effective strategy.

Thanks for sharing.
All the best,
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Vijayraj Reddy May 7, 2011 at 9:04 am

this is great trick, will try in couple of days…
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Mike May 8, 2011 at 7:33 am

I also feel like this method is not going to work forever. It’s worth more to direct people to your content page and then, monetize them. It’s better to give something first before you receive it, right?
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Kavita May 22, 2011 at 10:33 am

This seems to be a great tip but wonder how long it will work. I think the best way is to direct people to your product squeeze page.
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Cristian May 24, 2011 at 7:21 am

This seems like a good idea, but I don’t really think that people hanging out on Twitter are in a buying mood. Have you tested this?
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Robin October 8, 2011 at 2:58 am

The idea seems to be good and workable and I will definitely try it. Thanks for sharing it.
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Mukundan Srinivasan November 28, 2011 at 2:07 pm

Was interesting to read but I think it wont work for me. I only try to sell stuff that I use or I like to use.

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