Together we’ve gone from $0.01, learning along the way how to even make less than a penny, and we progressed through the “ranks” of making $1, $2, $3, & $5 online. If you’ve made it this far, congratulations because you may just be one of the few capable of wrapping your mind around what’s to follow. I’m going to set the goals of making $10, $20, $50, & $100 online to show you just how it can be done. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to earn that $100, so read on for that how-to (shameless tease).
You have to understand that making it work depends entirely on what you’re going to decide to bring to the table. What you have to offer people. What alchemic magic you can work on the resources available to you in order to transmute them into something “magically” more valuable in the sense that you are able, and choose, to give it away in exchange for an income that you desire.
What the hell does that mean? I’ll walk you through it. Money is “made” when a problem is solved. Sometimes solutions are nothing but well constructed illusions, and just as often, so are the problems they solve.
A product/service is a solution that solves a problem.
A message is what communicates the benefits of your solution to the prospective buyer.
Marketing is just figuring out where, when, and how to place your message so it’s found by the “right” people.
When I got started online, I was desperate to figure out what to sell to make money. I knew if I just had that key, I could rake in the cash. Turns out that wasn’t really what was missing in my attempts to earn an online income. In time I learned you can sell almost anything, so long as you know what to say and where to say it online. What I’m suggesting to you is simple: keep it digital. My first big success online came from creating and selling a digital product, and I still follow the same model today.
Before I get into and breakdown the “big secrets” behind using your own website to sell your own digital products & services, I wanted to cover some more ways to earn income online with existing websites and programs.
Freelancing online kept food in mouth and a roof over my head. I’ve never been a big fan of bosses or schedules, and always found myself switching “careers” after a year or so of working for a company. I found my freedom when I discovered freelance “job-boards” online that made it easy to find projects to work on that were right up my alley. Instead of coming up with your own service to sell on Fiverr, you can use the following websites to find freelance work that clients are willing and ready to pay to have done; they just need someone capable and qualified to produce quality results.
If you find another way, let me know, and I’ll check it out; that said, I believe the simplest way to find a quick $10 online is by browsing popular virtual task websites. You’re going to need some basic skills to bring to the table in order to meet the needs of people posting jobs and seeking reviews, but there are so many jobs available you’ll surely find SOMETHING you can do for $10. You can search these Micro-Task sites to find work that works for you: