Anonymous 2021-10-08 (Fri) 20:03:44 No. 20302
so now that the earnings have been leaked, has anyone tried getting into twitch/youtube or content creation and streaming in general?
Anonymous 2021-10-08 (Fri) 21:08:22 No. 20309
That shit is really soul draining
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 09:15:29 No. 20329
koba is based, anhero dramafag
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 09:25:49 No. 20331
Experienced bizers please give me your tips and experience. I'm interested in trying out some biz ideas I have floating around. Money has always stuck to me and I love experimenting and seeing what works. I am thinking of trying out some ideas with low capital once I save up a bit, something like dropshipping. Basically I want to try out a bunch of schemes with little to no investment and see what's making money. Thoughts?
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 12:32:03 No. 20332
on what? you said nothing
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 14:04:55 No. 20334
what isn't though?
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 18:17:14 No. 20337
Nothing is easy but being an influencer is extra hard and soul shattering. You can work hard and not have to humiliate yourself regularly for money.
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 21:23:09 No. 20338
you don't necessarily need to humiliate yourself tho
Anonymous 2021-10-09 (Sat) 23:17:21 No. 20339
A few people from here have dabbled in it. Koba is still doing art streams I think. But the main monetization model is pretty bad because of how it incentivizes ADHD zoomer consumption habits. I would recommend using something extrenal to the platform if you wanted to monetize, like Patreon.
Anonymous 2021-10-13 (Wed) 17:43:54 No. 20398
My father keeps bugging me to play those fucking crypto/NFT games (Axie Infinity, etc.) instead of the games I want to play.
But I don't want to do that, should I really do it or are those crypto games bullshit? If so, why?
Anonymous 2021-10-13 (Wed) 18:00:57 No. 20402
I HATE PLAYER ENGAGEMENT I HATE PLAYER ENGAGEMENT
Anonymous 2021-10-13 (Wed) 21:19:40 No. 20414
they're gay as fuck games made with the express purpose of keeping you playing everyday like a goddamn mmo (what they call engaging the players with rewards) by making you feel like your personal token is gonna grow in value when you sell it back to a new player,and you have to pay first before starting
an absolute joke.
Anonymous 2021-10-14 (Thu) 00:20:36 No. 20417
>>20414 >they're gay as fuck games made with the express purpose of keeping you playing everyday like a goddamn mmo (what they call engaging the players with rewards)
Sounds like my father clicking on stupid ads all day to earn a tiny fraction of 1 bitcoin every day
>making you feel like your personal token is gonna grow in value when you sell it back to a new player,
oh, I see
>and you have to pay first before starting
lol, how much exactly? I know someone who's new to crypto and playing Axie Infinity, and this person is practically rich by wagie standards so maybe they didn't care that they had to pay.
Anonymous 2021-10-26 (Tue) 00:50:33 No. 20678
Exploitation is necessary for capital accumulation. You need to work within that logic if you want to make money from a business. Eventually you can abolish the whole system when capitalism is overthrown. Of course you can still be more self aware and less abusive than the average small business tyrant. That's my own position anyways.
Anonymous 2021-10-26 (Tue) 19:20:57 No. 20709
wait till your coworkers complain about something - anything - and then point this fact out to them casually
Anonymous 2021-11-04 (Thu) 03:02:50 No. 21013
>>20678 >That's my own position anyways.
It's a good one that doesn't scare your average Lib, so probably good for getting them talking.
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 08:13:41 No. 21064
Should I get into crypto?
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 08:18:18 No. 21065
Yes anon, buy the dip with us and become a fellow biz chad
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 09:10:37 No. 21066
My friend got a more than decent earning from it, but he was arguably lucky. I don't know. I just want some money to afford dates, trips and other material desires. I'm not looking for a wage alternative.
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 09:15:18 No. 21067
It unironically triggers me to hear about crypto because I basically lost billions of (admittedly not very liquid) dollars. I am lowkey overcome with homocidal fantasy everytime some n*rd brags about making 5k off of it.
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 09:18:29 No. 21068
Anyways disregard that. I would recommend mining or gaining altcoin through means other than purchasing, in order to avoid conversion fees that will lower your chance to break even on a risky investment. I would say just buy a little bit of everything and see what works, keep your initial investment very low and cash out part of it if you make a profit.
Anonymous 2021-11-06 (Sat) 18:08:51 No. 21071
Invest in something more tangible, a local business or even stocks. The problem with crypto is that is pure ideology.
Anonymous 2021-11-07 (Sun) 15:00:03 No. 21080
Exactly. I suggest Ligma.
Anonymous 2021-11-07 (Sun) 15:03:11 No. 21081
nice, i just invested in boffacoin myself
Anonymous 2021-11-08 (Mon) 21:14:19 No. 21115
I've been looking for the source of these for years. I think its the same one used in Kapitalism 101 videos, which appear to be deleted from Youtube. Does anyone know the name of the program?
Anonymous 2021-11-09 (Tue) 03:35:21 No. 21134
Where's the communist riff on these?
Anonymous 2021-11-09 (Tue) 04:08:15 No. 21136 >>21134 >the communist riff
It's a cartoon about an idealized version of capitalism, investment and the like, it's not communist, it's just related to the thread.
Here's some others; I think it's a series of pro-capitalist cartoons from the late-40s or mid-50s on the same line as Make Mine Freedom by Utherland productions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Make_Mine_Freedom https://archive.ph/TLeJ9 https://archive.ph/qyIqJ
It's Everybody's Business (1954) is similar but not it either:
How Stock Market Works | Investing Basics | Animated Short Film | 1957
Anonymous 2021-12-30 (Thu) 19:03:43 No. 22118
How do I deduct taxes so I don't have to pay a dime to the shitty US state???
Anonymous 2021-12-31 (Fri) 23:53:11 No. 22150
Landlording is the easiest side hustle. Borrow as much as you can, buy houses and let the rentoids pay off your mortgages. It takes no time and it's possible to retire early on rent income.
Anonymous 2022-01-01 (Sat) 01:03:22 No. 22153
import is the only smart once since you can just put up cash and make a quick return without destroying your soul hopefully
landlording is too too porky and chump change most of the time anyways, it’s more than just revenue involved
Anonymous 2022-01-01 (Sat) 04:27:29 No. 22157
It do be like that
I just want to help fund my local group, but this boomer cunt keeps dogging me >:(
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 02:23:13 No. 22179
This is unironically what I'm doing. But for Airbnb. It's surprisingly easy to get large loans.
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 10:18:25 No. 22187
If you can't get a loan, another way to make money in real estate is subleasing to Airbnb. I know a guy that does this. He rents about 10 apartments downtown and puts them on Airbnb. It's apparently easy to find landlords that are ok with this.
I don't see why you couldn't have 100+ apartments if you outsource the cleaning.
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 12:10:45 No. 22191
wtf based. how 2 landchad?
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 17:15:28 No. 22197
>>22187 >Renting other people's property to other people.
This is video game exploit tier of a life hack.
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 17:40:50 No. 22198
Right? Scamchads stay winning
Anonymous 2022-01-02 (Sun) 18:11:28 No. 22199
damn, this is brilliant
Anonymous 2022-01-11 (Tue) 19:02:46 No. 22353
What are the crypto scams these days? I can't stand working, it makes me want to kill myself. If I can get 50k I would be set for life.
Anonymous 2022-01-11 (Tue) 19:11:03 No. 22354
If you know how to code write your own coin, make an ICO and then run away with the money.
Anonymous 2022-01-14 (Fri) 10:02:28 No. 22410
Do you actually make more money from Airbnb than renting it out? Including the time to clean the Airbnb?
Anonymous 2022-01-16 (Sun) 21:30:36 No. 22450
Isn't this eerily similar to the housing market practice that led to the 2008 crisis?
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