Saving for a technology purchase? You bet. I’m saving for a Zoom Q2HD. How do I intend to save up for it? I plan to save up in a fashion that is not the usual one.
I have been frequenting gift card websites like InstaGC.com and Swagbucks to save up points that would earn me enough to get a plethora of gift cards for Amazon, Best Buy and other stores that sell electronics. Here’s the complete game plan of how I will save up for these gift cards:
Do Tasks on InstaGC’s Website
There are a great many tasks you can do on this website. There are many different surveys, offers and opportunities from a wide variety of third-party services that use instaGC to get referrers and users. It’s my job to do as many of the activities that score a range of 85 to 100 points per activity to get up to the desired level of the gift cards that I want.
Start Blogging About InstaGC
I have a blogger.com blog called the Alternate Money Making Blog where I talk in depth about the many different programs that I use. I plan to use this blog to gather referrals to boost my point earnings on the InstaGC website. You get at least 15 points per referral to the website and the more points I have, the closer I will be to getting the desired gift cards for my next technology purchase.
Sell More Copies of My First Product
I also plan to save for my next technology purchase by continuing to promote my first product, a book called How to Write a Song in 30 Minutes or Less. Sales had gotten off to a great start but then tanked. So, I plan to make at least $30 this month from my book sales to allocate toward the $200 price tag on the Q2HD video camera.
Use Money From Sheet Music Sales to Buy the Camera
The last thing that I’m trying to do is to ramp up my sales on musicaneo.com and sheetmusicplus.com in order to save for the camera. This final step should cap it all off. From this, I would need to make the last $30 in sheet music sales in order to make it to $200.
Notice that nowhere in this plan did I include credit cards. That is not possible.