Thursday, September 2, 2010

Hi! Everyone,

I am making a come back! :) Kindly point your browsers to as new blog posts on money making and online opportunities would be published there.

See you all money makers in our new home!


Pinay Money Maker

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Working in Odesk

Odesk is the new cash cow of Pinay women who like to work at home, conveniently at the time they choose. So, how does a pinay like you get started with Odesk?

Pinay money maker tried it for the first time yesterday, and here are some tips and what to expect in Odesk:

1. Simply login to and sign up for an account. Your username should be close to your name for professionality's sake. For example, your name is Anna Santos, then try a username "asantos".

2. Don't be lazy to update your profile as your profile is the key to acquiring work in this virtual office. Upload a professional looking photo, fill out your employment history, skills, education, and upload sample works if you have them. If you have a website, then supply its link as well.

3. Get Odesk Ready by taking the Odesk Readiness Test. I had my Odesk account for years but I did not want to take the readiness test because I thought it is too long. In fact, it only has 11 questions and you can refer to the links provided beside each question to help you get the correct answers! I also could not believe how easy that was.

4. Apply like there's no tomorrow. The first "buyer" or the person you want to work for is always hard to find, specially if you are new in Odesk. In the find jobs section, look for Odesk Certified Buyers. Hourly jobs are safer to take than fixed rate jobs.

5. Odesk pays out via Paypal, so be sure to have a reliable Paypal account. The best way to withdraw your payments is through Union Bank's Eon card, according to pinays who have been working and making money with Odesk.

Try your luck in Odesk now and become one of the many pinay virtual employees making money online! :)

Monday, June 29, 2009

Pinay Money Maker increases Adsense Earnings

Do you have an old blog that you haven't posted in for quiet a long time? Well, make time to post a new entry because it could just surprise you with how much it can earn from Adsense!

I was surprised at how posting a new entry on Pinay Money Maker added a daily $1 increase in my earnings. Sounds small but where can you get $1 for free right? And for the first day since I posted a new entry about unemployment and being financially challenged, this blog has earned 7 clicks.

So think about your old blogs or if you don't have one yet, maybe it's time to tune in to your passion or even frustrations and start blogging.

What could have helped the increase in Adsense Earnings:

1. Change in blog layout

2. Fresh content

3. Effective use of keywords within the blog posts

Do you have tips on how to increase adsense earnings? Drop them here through the comments link and share the love :)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Suddenly Broke and Jobless

You are not alone! Remember, we are in a financial rut and it only means it's harder to get a decent job or even start a business. But hey, if there's a will - there's a way!

When a woman is suddenly jobless, problems aside from money build up. One of which is family and peer pressure. Why is your mother not treating you the same since you were unemployed? Why are your friends suddenly disappearing as soon as they heard you are broke? It's very easy to fall into depression but being in that state will only make it harder to rise above the situation.

First and foremost, this is the best time to take care of yourself. Put your health in check, forget about your family, boyfriend, or friends for a while. You must focus on getting things done and find creative ways on how to earn. Do not fall or get sucked in oblivion just yet, set things straight and make do with what you have.

1. What are your talents? - this is the best time to hone them and experiment on how you can earn by doing what you love. Be guided by the Internet, find success stories and ideas that relate to your skills.

2. Don't stop job hunting but don't be obsessed either - whenever you find an interesting job post, send your resume. If you think you are not interested in working for a company then do not bother sending your resume and getting an interview scheduled. This is a waste of time and money on both parties. If you really like something you are applying for, follow up on them to show your interest and for you to know the status of your application. This will save you from over thinking and stressing yourself out if you got the job or not.

3. Ignore the Unnecessary - financial and employment problems are huge matters for women to deal with. If your family, boyfriend or friends are not cooperating, ignore them. You don't need additional burden in times like these, yet do not do anything drastic or anything you cannot handle. They should understand that you need all the support and motivation that you can get at times like these. Do not push yourself to spend even more or borrow money just to be with them, accept your current situation and use this time to learn to be happy with yourself.

4. Make money online - sounds cliche but if you dedicate time and effort, a Pinay like you can make money online inside your own house. (Will post an update of the latest sites that can earn you some dollars with your blogs).

5. Sell Stuff - if you are a shopaholic, you probably have something unopened and new. Try selling things you do not need to friends to keep you upfloat. Yet, refrain from capitalizing on inventory. Start with your vintage things like clothes that do not fit, unwanted shoes, books, and open up an ukay garage sale.

Finally, use this time to improve yourself if not by going to salons then by natural methods such as drinking plenty of water, sleeping on time, running, or yoga. This is also the best time to observe how you are a strong pinay that can rise above and learn from the current financial crisis.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Join Babae Yaman ka ng Bayan!

Women entrepreneurs - heads up! Go Negosyo is holding a summit for women entrepreneurs entitled "Babae, Yaman ka ng Bayan"on March 2, 2009 at the World Trade Center. Be empowered and learn more about business from other women-entrepreneurs and even celebrities like Lucy Torres and Charlene Gonzales.

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Aside from entrepreneurship, a forum will be conducted where women can talk about ways to reach their full potentials.

If you have a product and would like to join the exhibit, log on to Proudly Filipina.
Exhibit fee is only Php 200 so don't miss this chance to join your first Go Nesgosyo event!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Looking for Scrap Glass buyer

I am looking for buyers of scrap glass. I have 8 drums of glass trimmings (non bottles).

Kindly email suzaku_lace(at) if you know any junk shop or trading business :)

Referrals will be much appreciated.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Check your SSS contributions online!

SSS or Social Security System has finally made their website work and members can finally check their total contributions, loan status, claims, and so on.

Members should register first and you will receive the temporary password on your nominated email address. Register here:

SSS and other government deductions on a pinay's paycheck may seem like a pain for the Pinay worker's wallet but don't forget that you will reap the benefits anyway! Being able to see our total contributions added with that of the Pinay's employers is very motivating to keep working and paying SSS contributions!

Think of it as another piggy bank that you can crack open when you retire. I am not sure though how contributions can be claimed even before one reaches the age of 60.

Remember that after registering online, keep monitoring your email until it comes. It may land on spam so also check that folder. Once you get the password, login with it right away and change the password to the one you prefer.

I actually received 3 different passwords and when I tried it, they did not work so I just clicked on forgot password. Now I can see my SSS contributions too!

Keep on making and saving money! :)