Second Life is a powerful, multiplayer online sandbox (that is, freeform virtual world) where the limits of what you can do are governed only by your conscience, and perhaps the morals of society. Aside from that, you can do anything in Second Life you can do in a real life, including play, fight, gamble, and even work. All the while you’ll develop a more unique avatar (or maybe several!) and a large inventory of items to play around with. But in some cases, you’ll want some spending money to acquire higher quality stuff. There are many different ways to achieve this without spending a cent!
The first way to build up a tiny amount of money is to find a camping spot. Basically, what you are doing is donating your time to make this particular place look more populated than it really is. In the search bar on your screen, type in camping and hit enter, and a list of spots that pay out for camping will appear. Things to watch out for when looking for camping spots include how much is paid over time, how many spots are regularly taken, and whether you need to join a group in order to get paid for this camping. You will also need to pay attention every now and then, as nearly every camping spot has some form of anti-bot built in that will ask you a question. If you fail to answer it, you may not get paid.
A lesser version of camping includes looking for people who pay you to keep their location in their picks. This requires a little bit more work to set up, but less camping in locations in order to get paid. It also won’t pay as much in the long run. However, if you’re pressed for time this will allow you to slowly scoop up savings without as much of a timesink. Although it is possible to make this process even much faster with the help of judi online resmi. You get gameplay tips along with several shortcuts that are really handy while playing the game.
The second way to build up money is to actually make things to sell. Believe it or not, there are services that allow you to do just that, without having to purchase land or rent land! The process is simple- sign up for an account for XStreet (OnRez, a similar service, will be shutting down soon as Linden Labs recently acquired both services) and follow the instructions to verify the account you set up with your avatar. You’ll have to search for XStreet machines, but it’s worth it to be able to sell items without paying anything to register them, or buy land or invest any other way. The biggest downside is that you have to have something to sell, which means learning how to make your own items. Thankfully, it’s easy to make knockoff items of popular items and sell them for much less. A nastier pitfall of selling your own items is that it actually DOES cost lindens to upload textures, sounds, and animations. For this reason it is only recommended you attempt selling when you have a large enough linden background to upload enough good looking textures for what you want to build.
A third way to make money is to take up active advertising. Your job is little different from telemarketers or door-to-door salesman, or sometimes being a walking advertising board for a more passive approach. Your goal? Get as many referrals as you can! This often has the white collar grind you will find with any sort of marketing job, but is as rewarding as the effort you put into it.
The final way to make money on Second Life is… well, prostitute your avatar! With a handful of free items and some tweaking to make your avatar look pleasing to the eye, and maybe some fetish items for the kinkier crowds, simply put your roleplay skills to work for you! There are places that also let you dance on poles and leave tip jars, which pays a lot like camping, although less reliable. The upside is that there is no limit to how much you can make by being tipped!
I’m going to take a second to talk about gambling on Second Life. The first thing to remember about Zyngo machines is that they are designed to generate income for the owner, not you! Even the freeplay machines are often set up so that only a trickle of lindens will come towards a person. That said, if your skill and luck are high enough, you can win the freeplay machines and earn lindens that way. Just be on the lookout for new places and never become too complacent with one spot, because others will come along too, looking to upset your high score. Should you find a score you know you can beat, and the payout is soon, it may be worth the risk of putting time or money into as well… just don’t count on it.