Most people who know or follow me know that I work from home and teach others how to do the same. I have a primary business that I work and teach but also a few other sources of income that I share with others. That’s the difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur. The business owner has a business and that is the sole, exclusive, and only focus. The entrepreneur is open to any venture that creates revenue. One of those sources of revenue is pickydomains.com.
Pickydomains is a unique domain naming service that has a large pool of contributors to generate name ideas for people who need a domain name for their website. Once a name is picked and registered, the contributor gets paid directly and immediately through Paypal. When you first start out, your commission level is 40% of what they charge the client. As of this writing, the rate they charge for a domain name is $50. As you contribute more and have more suggestions picked, your rank and commission level increases to a maximum of 60%.
The idea is to make quality suggestions, not throw a bunch of mud on the wall and see what sticks. Think of what works well in the parameters given and what you yourself might want your website to be named if you were in the client's position. It takes creativity to name domains so don’t think this is easy money. There is a 1-2% pick rate on average or out of every 100 quality suggestions you make, 1 or 2 will pay off.
Pickydomains won’t make you a millionaire and will never be a primary income but it’s a good way to make downtime productive. Trade your Facebook game time for picking domain names and you might have something to show for it.