The days when you have to work a regular nine-to-five job to make money or look for Online Payday Loans No Credit Check for emergency financing are long gone. Kids and people of all ages are making money for doing innovative and sometimes odd things. Here are 10 examples of people, who got insanely rich by doing very strange things, that will make you quit your job to try weird things too.


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A millionaire number 10 YouTube video PewDiePie, whose real name is fell a shell. Burg became the top-viewed creator of YouTube videos with more than 45 million subscribers, he started out by making funny commentary videos on video games making his channel very popular. He dropped out of college to focus on his YouTube channel much to his parents' dismay and even worked at a hotdog stand to fund his channel. In such cases, when you urgently need financing, you can apply for Online Personal Loans even with bad credit and get money for your startup. He even appeared on South Park The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Conan. PewDiePie has earned an estimated 124 million dollars since 2010.

Million-dollar homepage Haven't you ever said yourself: "If I could only get 1 million people to give me $1 each I would be a millionaire"? Well, that's exactly what Alex did. The million-dollar homepage is an internet phenomenon that is still talked about regularly, even though it was launched nearly 10 years ago, the whole idea behind this project was thought up by a student from England named Alex - he made a website that consisted of 1 million pixels and sold the space in 10 by 10 blocks to various companies, who wanted to buy ads on it.  He would charge $1 per pixel, which made him a millionaire by January 2006 ever since the website was created. A large number of copycats immediately started to emerge and are still trying to recreate the impact this website created, but like Alex himself said: this type of thing can only happen once.

Yo. Yoo is created by Israeli developer or Arbol in eight hours being launched on April Fool's Day 2014 for Android and iOS. It made him Millions the app itself is super simple and as Arbol admitted in an interview, the whole concept behind it was stupid. Users were able to send a word yo as a text or audio notification, then the people, who got it, could simply ignore it or yo back. Believe it or not, that was it. No really type has died down now that the app was valued at between five and ten million dollars in July 2017 and received a further 1.5 million dollars in funding number.


Excused absence network. Do you need an excuse for work? Back in 2007, there's a very popular website called my excused, that offered a number of excuse letters: doctor's notes, jury summons, and more. It didn't take much for the owner of the website to get started a laptop, and $300 but he made a hell of a fortune selling these excuses for $25 a pop. This website became popular really fast after it was launched,  and it had a reputation for providing excellent letters, that would work all the time.  However, the jig was up, when people started using the service way too often.

The weight loss millionaire Danny Johnson was a waitress, who grew up on welfare, struggled with domestic violence at home, and was so poor, she was homeless at 21. But she started saving every penny she earned and got down to work she created a series of books, where she gave incredible tips on how to lose weight.

The idea of selling a rock is about as ridiculous as it gets, but one man figured out how to sell them and make millions in just a few short months. Dahl a former advertising executive sold his rocks for 395 on a bed of hey each sale earned. "I'm a profit of roughly three dollars" - he sold the Roxas hassle-free pets complete with the pet training manual and a cardboard box fashioned, after a pet carrier the rocks were an instant hit and turned into one the greatest fads of all time. He made fifteen million dollars in just the first six months.

Duck calls. Phil Robertson could have played in the NFL and earned big bucks the easy way, but now he had to find a completely unusual way to get rich. After turning down an offer from the NFL he began building duck calls by hand, he also got his very own reality show. You may have heard of it, it's this little show called duck dynasty. The show and the duck haul added a lot of zeros to his bank account making him one rich

Wacky wall Walker. Ken Hakuta should give his mom an extra big hug and kiss for giving him his million-dollar idea. She sent him the nation's first known wacky wall Walker as a gift from China, fascinated by the gooey toy that appears to walk down the walls it's thrown against. Could have bought the rights for one hundred thousand dollars and began marketing it in the DC area. Sales crawled along until a reporter for The Washington Post stumbled upon his product and wrote it the buzz. From the article began one of the greatest marketing fads of all time, within just a few months more than 240 million were sold, knitting can about 80 million dollars.

Slinky naval engineer. Richard James' flash of brilliance was spawned by clumsiness. He dropped attention to spring, he was working with and watched it slink away across the floor, and thus the slinky was. That's the way the slinky was introduced into the world, and how James earned two hundred and fifty million dollars.

Doggles. A lot of people are still confused about how a product as silly as this one actually managed to generate any revenue, let alone millions of dollars. Upon the release of Duggal's, it was often called one of the most useless things ever invented. But it still managed to make its way into many homes around the world. The business has received attention and coverage from CNN, women's world people Regis and Kelly, National Geographic, and Animal Planet. A couple in California came up with this idea when they saw that their dog was squinting while playing fetch with a frisbee. They first made a pair just for their dog Midnight but were soon amused at how many people approached them stating, that they would like to buy a pair for their dogs too. Even, though, why anyone would buy this product will always be a mystery to some. The owner simply sight, that people really love to see a dog wearing sunglasses.

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