Today, billions of are being exchanged through online activities. More and more people are starting their own businesses online and making money. Some are even turning their startups online.
1. Starting Your Own Blog
Making money blogging is the most popular way to earn money online.
You can start your blog just about any topic you are passionate about, but if you intend to make money with your blog then you can consider choosing a profitable niche market.
2. Affiliate Marketing
Even if you do not have your own products or services to sell, affiliate marketing gives you the opportunity to earn strong commissions through a series of one-time sales (or ongoing monthly sales). Online merchants provide you with an affiliate website (or a simple affiliate tracking link) and marketing support - all you need to do is through social media, search engines or perhaps ideally your own website or blog (see above) Promote the company with your link.
3. Start Your Own E-commerce Website
This is where you are selling physical products from your website. The most common (and hassle free) way to do this is through drop shipping; Where you simply take orders on your website and use a third party source that manufactures and ships the products for you.
4. Online Publishing (E-books)
Regardless of your current occupation and lifestyle, you probably have a book inside you screaming to get out. Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) platform has given thousands of people a chance to become a published author and earn money.
Not only can you sell ebooks on platforms like Amazon.com; But you can also sell e-books directly from your own website. With this you can sell your e-books at high prices and get profit.
5. Online Surveys
Online surveys are one of the easiest ways to cash. Brand name corporations and market research firms are strict to seek public opinion on products and services and will provide good remuneration for the same. Depend on their complexity.
6. Online Freelancing
If you have specialized writing / journalism skills or are proficient in various IT / software domains, freelancing can prove to be an attractive source of secondary income. Increasingly, companies are implementing a content marketing strategy and turning to external sources for specific assignments, and more work will be available if you can prove your worth. Even simple skills like data entry can be of your choice, provided you can offer at least 5-10 hours weekly.