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how many of you left your day job ??

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by sam1, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. spygadget

    spygadget Banned

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    #481
    before 15 month about i left my JOB and now i am so confident about generating income.

    when i left my job at that time i got cheque worth 2k from google and that gave me trust and faith in GOOGLE as a company.
    SEMrush
    Recenly few of clients for whom i do lots of adsense consultation gave me offer to come and get settled in USA.

    Let's see what more google will give me ...!!!!!
     
    spygadget, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    #482
    I am working in a factory now as an "accountant" days, i will leave also when i will be able to earn $50+/day.
     
    hussnain, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    hussnain Peon

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    #483
    I am working in a factory as an "accountant"now a days, i will leave also when i will be able to earn $50+/day.
     
    hussnain, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    floodrod Well-Known Member

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    #484
    I make 4-5k a month online, but still work full time.. My wife also works full time.. We average $135k a year as a household.

    When I am completely out of debt, have my house paid off, and relieve my monthly bills, I will think about quitting.

    I am 30 now, and I don't plan on working much longer than age 35-40, but right now, the benefits, health insurance, etc, plus the extra income will assure I reach my goals faster.

    I think more long term
     
    floodrod, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    #485
    I will quit working when I am dead, not because I have to but because I want to. I love my job, would do the same thing if I won the lottery today. I have multiple sites making decent money, I love doing that too.

    Oh and yes I have a life, a very good one!
     
    wiseassoffice, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    #486
    I'm younger than that, making 4 figures per month.
     
    huuta.com, Dec 14, 2007 IP
  7. Tudi

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    #487
    I never got to have a dayjob. I'm just living off my AdSense revenue and a few affiliate projects nowadays, plus I just started my own company, which I'm hoping will make some profit. My lifetime goal is to never have a dayjob :)

    It's not that I hate work, I just hate working for a boss. I'd rather be my own boss.
     
    Tudi, Jan 2, 2008 IP
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    xboxundone Well-Known Member

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    #488
    this is a good point... you dont have to quit your day job to make decent money online... and i did this for sometime before i finnally quit my day job. doing double duties is nice but now looking back and knowing what i NOW make... makes me think... wow it really wasnt that much risk and i should ahve done it sooner.... BUT having your debts settled and all the jazz makes the leap MUCH easier.
     
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    Tudi Peon

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    #489
    In the 8 hours you spend at the job, I'm sure there are better ways to turn that time into profit on the Internet. I'd only get a full time job if I'm broke, or if I work at a desk job where I'm allowed to spend time schemening on my Internet business :)
     
    Tudi, Jan 2, 2008 IP
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    #490
    i am trying to leave my job shortly but when i reach to that amoount which gives me income that of my job
     
    vrindadoll, Jan 2, 2008 IP
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    #491
    as you can see by the link in my signature, I'll be leaving my day job pretty soon, and I only started with online income 2 months ago!
     
    falafelfro, Jan 3, 2008 IP
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    #492
    how much money are you guys making now as opposed to then?
     
    asianpickup, Jan 3, 2008 IP
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    #493
    Even if I would get enough money, I don't think I would leave my day job. For me, Adsense feels unreliable, and I don't want to put all the eggs in one basket. In my case, it's good pocket money, but I'm not willing to rely on it.
     
    joseprio, Jan 3, 2008 IP
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    #494
    once i can make a constant 4k a month il consider leaving school
     
    st_jimi, Jan 3, 2008 IP
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    #495
    I left my job, i'm happy now.
     
    Mess, Jan 3, 2008 IP
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    #496
    this is very hard to believe.... unless you got a link from cnn or something... details?
     
    letsmakeamillion, Jan 4, 2008 IP
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    #497
    i left my job a couple of years ago but not for adsense but the problem is i am starting to get a fat ass and gut sitting online most of my life!
    Was thinking of getting another job for a bit to get back in shape lol
     
    thewizardofodds, Jan 4, 2008 IP
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    #498

    Exactly, even when I was making $100 a day with adsense, I still managed to get banned.... They still paid me my last check, but 2 months late. Now im much more careful with my Business Registered adsense accounts.

    Also, I wouldnt quit my day job unless i was making $10k+ per month online. Even then I don't think I would considering my job is only 3 days a week and holds a salary of $65k
     
    mxjoy, Jan 4, 2008 IP
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    #499
    if i start to earn 100$ a day from adsense i will left my job
     
    d_d1618, Jan 4, 2008 IP
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    #500
    Jobs are for quitters. :D In my opinion, if you are serious about being financially independent you need to take that first step and decide. You have to choose to put your efforts into making money with AdSense or any other marketing/affiliate program. Only then will you have a chance to succeed. Staying at a job because you are afraid your plans won't work out will never lead you to success or independence. I personally made my decision many years ago and haven't looked back...sure there are tough times but there are also great times as well - it all balances out and I am happy with the choices I've made.
     
    WeBcYtE, Dec 23, 2008 IP