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Here are a few best ways to make money online

1.Journalism

Journalism now extends beyond the newspapers and their sites and into much bigger online-only publications, too. Admittedly, the pay here can be less frequent. But if you’ve got an itch to write, and you want to scratch it, this is a great place to start. There aren’t any specific places I’d go to look for these jobs. I’d recommend just finding the publication you want to write for, and pitching them.

This really depends on the publication you’re writing for, how often, and the subject you’re writing about. There are publications that offer $20 per article, others $250, and some will even still pay you $1 per word.

2. Editing Services

Where there is a need for writers, designers, videographers, and SEOs, there is as much need for editors. To check mistakes, keep creative people in check, and make sure the Internet isn’t plagued with bad writing and terrible designs. The main figures I could find for hourly rates look a little something like this:

  • Basic: $5-$10 per hour
  • Intermediate: $25-$40 per hour
  • Advanced: $50-$100+ per hour

3. Voice-Over Work

Got a voice that can make knees weak, angels weep and people listen? Or, just fancy yourself as a narrator or voice-over artist. Well, you can sell your voice as a freelancer and make a pretty penny doing it.

This is a really flexible industry and comes down to far too many variables for me to give you an exact number.

For example, my friend Mike Jansen makes a full time living from voice-over work – he’s the voice of many independent and short films, as well as the Indianapolis Colts’ stadium announcer – while there are others out there who only make enough for it to be a side project. Meaning it depends on how you want to approach the work, and how much money you’re looking to earn.

3. Translation

Unbeknown to a lot of English speakers, not everybody in the world understands English. In fact, it’s safe to say most people don’t understand it. So, there is a whole market out there for translating content from one language to another.
Unbeknown to a lot of English speakers, not everybody in the world understands English. In fact, it’s safe to say most people don’t understand it. So, there is a whole market out there for translating content from one language to another.

4. Accountancy

Where there are people making money, there are people who need accountants. And not everyone (myself included) can afford to work with a big firm or agency. So, you can provide your services to a company or client at a discount.

Of course, you’ll need to be a chartered accountant to do this and not just own an abacus/calculator/dummies guide to accountancy.

I really can’t find enough information to give a true rate on this. But, according to my friends in accounting circles in England, their firms bill out between £150 and £300 per hour for a middle of the road accountant. If you’re targeting smaller businesses, you could look around the bottom end of that scale (if not lower), or even creep higher for bigger businesses or work with firms.

5. Consultancy

Almost all of the jobs listed so far also leave you the option to be a consultant for them, too.I’d just recommend that you’re of an above average skill set before you try getting into them. Here are some consultancy job examples:

 

  • Copywriting consultant: How to improve in-house copywriting for a business.
  • SEO Consultant: As above.
  • Design Consultant: You get the picture…

You’ll often have to advertise for these jobs yourself or reach out to clients. But these jobs also show up on the freelance sites too. A little like accountancy, this is hard to define. A Freelance Copywriting consultant, like Art Copywriter, will start at around £240 per day. But, Management consultancy can go up into the $1,000 to $2,000 range in no time at all. If you’re just getting started, an hourly rate of $30-$40 is a good place to start.

6.Twitter

Twitter is by no means going to make you a millionaire. But, a couple of bucks here and there soon mounts up. And you need to become a ‘sponsored tweeter.’You can make up to $50 per tweet if you have a big follower base, and $5-$10 for tweets on a smaller follower base.

In fact, right at their conception, Zac Johnson managed to generate over $1400 from running two sponsored tweet campaigns. And celebrities have been known to make $10,000 for them. Which means if you have a following, or can build one, you could make a nice little side earner from this.

7. Instagram Advertising

It’s no secret that people advertise on Instagram. In fact, they’re pretty freaking obvious about it. If you’ve ever followed a celebrity, model or athlete, you will have seen a sponsored update like this at some point. But the beauty is you can cash in on it too. You just need to build yourself a following in a specific niche and leave your contact details in your bio.

Pick a niche or topic, run with it, gain followers and look for opportunities. I have a friend (who prefers to remain anonymous) in the Male Fashion niche who makes up to $1,500 per advert. So if you build up enough of a following, you can replace any day job income with it.

8. Advertising

Advertising has been, and probably always will be, one of the best ways to make money online. While there are camps of people for and against it, advertising plays a role in almost everything online. There are a couple of subcategories to how you can advertise, though, so let’s take a deeper look at each of them…

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