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How to make some side money?

Anyone can find a side hustle these days!

The internet has made it possible for anyone to start a business, work from home and make extra money.

It's also made it easy to find side hustles!

Create a blog to make money

Start a blog that you can monetize. You can make money from your blog by creating an email list, affiliate links and/or membership site. The more traffic you have, the higher chance of making money with these methods!

You could also create courses or podcasts related to your niche as well!

Create products to sell on Etsy

If you're looking for a side hustle that will allow you to create something new, Etsy is the place to go. The site offers a wide range of products from handmade jewelry and clothing to home decor and more. To get started as an Etsy seller, all you need is an idea and some basic sewing skills (or access to someone who can help).

Pricing can be tricky, but here are some tips:

  • Think about what similar items sell for on other sites like Amazon or eBay before deciding on pricing yourself too high--or too low! If possible look at sales history too so that when making adjustments later on down the line based upon feedback received from customers who have purchased from us before.

Freelance writing, editing, and proofreading work

Freelance writing, editing, and proofreading work is an excellent option for those who want to make money from home. You can do this on a part-time basis or as your full-time job.

If you're going to freelance full time, it's important to know that there are several types of jobs available in this field:

  • Freelance writing (for companies) - You write articles for websites, blogs, magazines and more

  • Copywriting/content creation - You write content for businesses such as brochures or websites

  • Editing/proofreading - You read over other people's work and fix mistakes

You can create a product, sell it online, and make money on the internet. You can also make money on your phone and computer by using "iTunes" to sell your products through Apple's App Store or Google Play Store. You don't even need to know how to code! If you do want to learn how to code though, check out Code Academy which has free courses available for all levels of programming ability (and includes some fun games).

Start a photography business.

If you have a talent for photography and enjoy taking pictures, why not try turning it into a side hustle? You can start by offering your services as a wedding photographer.

You might also consider selling prints online or through stock photo websites like Shutterstock. If you're feeling creative, consider taking photos of pets and selling them directly to pet owners on sites like Etsy or Ravelry (a social network for knitting).

Become a personal assistant or administrative assistant for a small business owner or entrepreneur

If you're looking for a side hustle that will allow you to use your skills and talents, but don't have the time or money to start your own business, becoming a personal assistant or administrative assistant is an excellent choice.

Personal assistants are typically hired by small business owners and entrepreneurs who need assistance with day-to-day tasks like scheduling appointments and managing social media accounts. They can also help with more complex projects like planning events or running errands during off hours (think: picking up dry cleaning). Administrative assistants perform similar duties as personal assistants but tend to focus more on office tasks such as filing paperwork, taking notes during meetings, answering phone calls from clients/customers etc...


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