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Making money online as a side hustle a sweet thing. Whether you aspire to be a six-figure influencer or just want to increase your sources of income.
There are a lot of ways to earn money online, but we're gonna mention 10 of them here.
You can start up freelancing through websites such as Upwork, Fiverr and Freelancer.com.
These sites offer opportunities to do a variety of freelance jobs, such as writing, programming, design, marketing, data entry and a large variety of different jobs.
Are you fluent in a second language?
Check sites such as Gengo or One Hour Translation, or drum up business through a site of your own.
No matter what kind of freelancing you do, you have to keep track of your rating, so you know that you are charging either too much or too less.
2.Test websites and apps.
Another way to make money from home is on sites like UserTesting.com.
You get paid for your thoughts and feedback on how well or how bad a website worked.
You’ll have to pass a short test to be accepted, then you’ll be paid $10 for each 20-minute test, which involves a recording and answering four follow-up written questions.
Or you could earn up to $120 to participate in a live video chat with a customer after your testing is done.
3. Make money from your blog as an affiliate.
If you’re a blogger and you get decent traffic, you could make money by joining an affiliate network.
Affiliates (that’s you in this situation) get paid when someone clicks through from the website to the partner site and buys something there.
Some bloggers make a lot of money this way.
You can search up more about affiliate marketing on Google.
4. Get advertising revenue from your blog or YouTube channel.
Turn your cat videos into cash videos.
If your YouTube videos or blog posts draw a big audience, you may be able to make money from advertising.
With Google AdSense, businesses pay to advertise around your content.
Revenue on YouTube depends on the content you create.
The service is free, but there are requirements you must meet.
The first two requirements for your YouTube channel to be monetized are:
- 1000 Subscribers.
- 4000+ hours watch time in the past year.
I'll write another article about how Google AdSense and monetization works in the future.
5. Sell your photography.
If you are good at photography then you can sell your photographs via sites such as;
Fine Art America, which lets you upload your images to sell as prints, T-shirts, phone cases and various other things.
Fine Art America is not the only marketplace for photographers, there are other marketplaces such as SmugMug, 500px and PhotoShelter.
Some sites require a subscription but may provide features ranging from cloud storage to password-protected galleries and a customized website.