Where shall we start?
There’s literally thousands of ways of making money online. Even as a lone ranger.
For example, you can earn a good living as a freelancer.
In my days as a freelancer, I routinely pulled in $5,000/month with 3–6hrs of work a day.
But…Be careful. You can’t be just anykind of freelancer and expect to make good money.
There’s certain skills, that are much more in demand then others.
80% of freelancers out there work for peanuts, because they don’t have the right skills and are shit at selling themselves and marketing their services.
The big money, in demand skills nowadays are….
- Paid traffic
- Web design
- Video editing
This is not the complete list of in-demand skills, but this will give you an idea.
Point being, you should develop skills that directly contribute to your clients bottomline. You want to be able to make your clients a lot of money.
A good rule of thumb is, every $1 spent on your service, should directly bring your client $5–10 (better even more) in return.
Oh…and stay away from UpWork, Fiverr and all the other “freelancer” sites.
That’s where literally every Tom, Dick and Harry goes when looking to make money online and that’s why it’s very hard to stand out and command high fees.
Better ATTRACT clients to you, instead of hitting them up on freelancing sites.
Hitting potential clients up on freelance sites, is like being one out of many dudes, who’re all trying to hit on the only hot girl in the club. Your chances of success are very low…
But let’s not digress…
Anyways…Freelancing using the right skill set is definitately a very viable option.
If you know how to attract clients and sell yourself, you’ll make a fuckton of money working from your kitchen table.
Let me know in the comments, if you’re going to take action on this.
I’m rooting for you.