Every time we jump onto the internet you hear all the get rich schemes, calling to you. “Make a million your first year.” “Work an hour a day and earn $30,000 a month.”
Trouble is people are still falling for these schemes. Yes, you can make a good solid living online and yes, you can be an e-preneur, but you must be willing to work hard and put in the time.
There is no free ride to making money online. Let’s look at some legit ways to make a real income online.
#1 Sell on Ebay or Etsy
There are many people that make a full time income selling stuff on e-Bay or Etsy. Whether you want to sell your vintage clothing, cool new jewelry or anything else, one of these venues could be right for you.
#2 Teach Online
If you like to teach but would rather do it from your home, you could think about teaching for one of the online schools.
There are a number of opportunities online. Take the time to explore the online schools and find a good fit for you. There are books and reports available to help you get setup to teach online.
#3 Videos and Webinars
The internet provides a terrific opportunity to teach viewers about all kinds of things from how to knit to how to train your dog, and everything in between.
You can create a video or webinar to help those interested and you can charge for these. It’s a far more lucrative service than print material is and it’s also still very untapped so the opportunity is there.
#4 Create/Sell Products Online
You can use other sites to handle printing needs or to sell your photos. There are plenty of options for selling depending on the product you have for sale.
#5 Provide Writing or Content Services
If you like to write and you feel you are good at it, you can offer those writing skills to others. You can find work as a technical writer, content writer, editor, proofreader, and the list goes on.
Sign up at one of the many sites that provide a way for writers and clients to connect and start selling your services.
There are 5 ways for you to make a real income online. Pick one and start becoming an e-preneur.