10 solid ways to make money online

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How to make money online has been the number one question I’ve received from my readers since I started writing this blog. It’s a great question! The Internet offers many ways to earn some extra cash and today I’m going to share with you my top 10 favorite ways to make money online!

Profit with Drop-shipping
“Drop shipping is a form of retail business where the seller accepts customer orders without keeping or having any stock on hand” according to a blog post by oberlo.com “the merchants purchase products from third-party suppliers as customers make orders. The products are then shipped directly to the consumer. This way, the seller doesn’t have to handle the product directly.”  Many newbie e-commerce entrepreneurs are drawn to drop shipping because it seems like a relatively easy, hands off way to start making sales and get a business up and running. However, there is more involved in drop shipping than meets the eye, particularly when it comes to product sourcing. You don’t want to accidentally get your customers coming back from holiday only to tell you that you don’t have what they ordered, do you?

Sell Crafts on Etsy
Sell your handmade crafts on Etsy. Though you can sell on Etsy as an individual, creating an Etsy shop costs $0.20 per listing and 3.5% of every sale. For a minimum of $0.20 per item, it isn’t worth it if you only have one or two things to sell. but it is a perfect side Hussle if you have got the skills needed. is an American e-commerce company focused on handmade or vintage items and craft supplies. “These items  include jewelry, bags, clothing, home décor and furniture, toys, art, as well as craft supplies and tools.”

Create an Online Course
While starting a website and selling your own digital products (like e-books or courses) is a popular way to earn passive income, there are also other ways. This includes creating your own course on something you’re knowledgeable about (such as market research or online advertising) and selling it directly to people in your niche who are looking for just that. If you do decide to create your own course, here are some tips: Make sure you have tested out all of its functionality before releasing it. Make it visually appealing and easy to navigate. Provide clear instructions with lots of examples, preferably using video tutorials. Add new content regularly – no one wants outdated information when they pay for a product! some of these platforms you can sign up and provide content for people are;

  • Masterclass.
  • Udemy.
  • Pluralsight.
  • Coursera.
  • Treehouse.
  • Skillshare.
  • Udacity.
  • Khan Academy.

Cashing in On Small Businesses (by providing online and physical services)
If you have any experience with small businesses or own one yourself, odds are that you’re familiar with Craigslist. It’s no secret that Craigslist is a go-to source for buying and selling almost anything, from sofas to restaurant equipment. If you have some unique skills—and can prove it—you might be able to start a business doing handyman work for local small businesses on Craigslist. From installing shelves and repairing countertops to building furniture and designing houses, it’s possible that these gigs will lead into more permanent work as word gets around about your abilities. Your earnings will depend on how much demand there is in your area, but running errands is one of those tasks everyone needs done but no one wants to do themselves—so take advantage of it while you can! you can also provide remote services like logo design, web design, social media marketing etic

Become a Virtual Assistant
Today’s hiring managers are always looking for experts in a given field, which means you can set yourself up as a virtual assistant. If you have expertise in certain areas—marketing, sales, social media management, human resources—you can put it to use by helping other professionals grow their businesses and projects. Many people hire virtual assistants on a full-time or part-time basis through sites like Elance, Odesk and Zirtual. As long as your expertise is valuable enough and you have enough time, there should be no problem finding remote work that’s suitable for you.

Selling on Amazon
If you don’t have an expertise or knowledge in a certain area, that doesn’t mean you can’t start your own business. There are plenty of opportunities to sell products, whether it’s something you buy from a wholesale supplier or something you create yourself. If selling on Amazon is your preference, their individual seller program might be perfect for you. Selling on Amazon lets you set up an online store and sell goods at whatever price point that works best for you. This can be anything from $0.99 to upwards of $300! With these sales being made right through Amazon, all shipping will be handled by them as well, so all you need to do is deliver your product and collect your cash (or check) after providing excellent customer service!

Affiliate Marketing
This is a form of marketing in which you earn commissions by promoting someone else’s products. As an affiliate, you earn money by selling someone else’s product, instead of your own. You can promote anything from non-profit and for-profit organizations. Anything from education, food, clothing and electronics are up for grabs. The best way to get started with affiliate marketing is by finding a product that you would use yourself or at least has some marketability about it (i.e., you don’t feel totally embarrassed if someone sees that you sell that item). Read on for more information about affiliate marketing..

Earn Money From Writing Articles/Reviews
There are several websites that pay you for articles or reviews. This is a simple way to make a few extra bucks, especially if you’re trying to supplement your regular income. Sites like Vindale research products and services and will reward you based on your input. The rewards start at $5 and can go up depending on how long your review is and how many people read it. If you can be quick and aren’t afraid of sharing your opinions with others, writing reviews could be just what you’re looking for in an extra-curricular activity. Be sure to take some time before writing your first review so that you understand how to use ratings systems properly.

Build Your Own Niche Site
Owning your own website can be an excellent side hustle, particularly if you’re well informed on a topic and offer valuable information people are willing to pay for. At a minimum, you’ll need to register a domain name, build out a site, and establish an effective marketing strategy. Once your site begins generating revenue, there are all sorts of options like advertising or accepting sponsored posts. Regardless of whether it’s via your primary job or in addition to other income sources, there’s no better time than now to get started with an internet business! If you have some expertise in SEO (search engine optimization) or web design that can also bring in additional income streams (like I do), that’s even better!

Drop-shipping
Drop-shipping is an ecommerce fulfillment method which involves a retailer selling products without directly handling them or storing them in a warehouse. Drop shipping works by having vendors ship directly to customers, who are billed for their purchase, usually after receiving and opening shipment notifications from sellers. There are many advantages of drop-shipping that may help you start your own drop-shipping business with ease. The primary benefit being that it is not required for a vendor or seller to hold inventory. In fact, a business can operate based on consignment as opposed to stocking inventory and ships only when orders are received from customers.

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