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Wowfactor360: Four ways to make money 2018(online/offline)

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Four ways to make money 2018(online/offline)

These are uncommon ways to make money,  actually making money or money making isn't really an easy task..
But wait!  Who told you, you can't make Money easily?  It's easy knowing the right steps to take.

I'm going to show you how to make money online / offline.. Easily, yes easily

Write for cash :

As you might imagine, being a writer is a dream job for many people.

The internet provides a lot of opportunities to be a paid writer, and a portion of those people are able to rise to prominence and make a solid living from the profession. But even if not, you can almost definitely make good side-money for being a writer.

This is related to blogging, but not strictly limited to it.

Writers can get paid for any type of writing, but sites like WritersDomain will often offer you a topic and a price and ask you to write an article with a certain word limit.

Sites like that are a good way to get started, but if you’re looking to get more serious about writing, you should pursue a more long-term situation by finding clients through a site like oDesk or eLance.

It is recommended for anyone looking to be a full-time writer to manage multiple types of writing, like writing for clients, writing for a blog, and potentially using their writing skills to pursue affiliate marketing.

Make videos :

Virtually everyone everywhere is using YouTube on a regular basis.

Especially over the last few years, being a “YouTuber” has become a legitimate profession and one that earns money far and above a regular job if you can rise to prominence.

The top 10 channels on YouTube make at least $20,000 a month, and that’s not even considering how much they are capable of making in merch sales, or under-the-table endorsement type deals.

The phenomenon of “Let’s Play,” or videos of people playing video games while talking, has become massive and there are hundreds of thousands of people trying to break through on it.

The website TwitchTV is also an example of the rising prevalence of Let’s Plays. It doesn’t matter if you’re playing video games, or music, or talking, as long as what you’re doing is interesting and people want to watch it.

Let’s be clear, though: becoming a successful YouTuber requires work, luck, and diligence, so the idea of being a full-time video maker is more of an exception than a rule. However, if you can make a few videos and get some subscribers, it can be a great secondary source of income.

You may also consider uploading to a site like Break, which offers a higher split of the advertising money (but has a much smaller audience.)

Sites to use:

Design shirts and sell

Personally, I still can’t believe how easy this option is.

There are a wealth of websites that are dedicated to t-shirt design, which is an emerging internet industry.

Here’s how it works…

First, you sign up for the site (which is always free.)

Then you can use their design interface to design a T-shirt.

It’ll have a variety of options, like choosing the cut of the shirt (crew, women’s, v-neck, etc,) choosing a font, font size, font color, shirt color.

You can usually take images from your computer and put them on the shirt, and you can usually design a front and a back for the shirt.

Different companies have different limitations for what you can and can’t do.

Either way, when you’re finished designing the shirt you’ll set a sales goal and a sales price, both of which will affect how much the company will pay you per shirt sold.

Then you go out, and advertise the shirt and try to get people to buy it. If you reach your sales goal, the shirts will be printed, distributed, and you will be paid for your work.

It costs NOTHING to design the shirts; the companies make enough money from the sales to pay you for the work and still keep a tidy profit.

The only obstacle is the actual advertising and sales.

Past that, it’s all profit for little work.

So, if you’ve got the skills to drive purchases and advertise in an unobtrusive way, you should seriously check this out.

Sites to use:


Get paid to post on forums

This one is nice and simple.

People who are starting new forums online often need a way to build the notoriety of their website, and one way of doing this is to hire people to make quality posts on their forums to draw attention to them.

A good hub for this type of work is the aptly-named paidforumposting.com, who employ a select number of writers who are contracted out to websites to do the posting.

It is definitely a sort of side-income, but multiple types of side-income add up to primary income, so it’s still worth looking into.

Sites to use:


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