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7 Real Ways of Making Money Online

Updated on September 28, 2016

Today there is huge amount of money on the internet, big companies are increasingly putting more money for online advertising, and there are small organizations and individual people providing part time jobs for their projects. If you take it seriously you can make the living out of this or you can get enough money for your next vacation. The advantage of working online is that you can work anywhere no need to go to the office therefore more free time to enjoy your life and hanging with your family. These are the top seven real ways you can use to start making money online.


Blogging is the best way to start making money online if you have good writing skills which can attract audience. To be successful in blogging you need to choose a topic which interest you or which you are more knowledgeable and write articles about it. This guide will help you learn how to start your blog.

If you decide blogging as way to start earning money online you should give yourself time like two to three months before you start getting pay checks. This is because your blog cannot be famous overnight, it needs time to build audience. You have to update your blog on regular basis like two to three times per week.

Blogging is cool because you don’t have to use a lot of time, just a minimum of 7 hours per week is enough to become successful.

Making YouTube Videos

Don’t just watch videos on YouTube, you can make a lot of money by uploading your videos. YouTube has a feature known as “YouTube Partner Program” that enables you to get some money out of your uploaded videos by getting some percentage of advertising revenue. It is so easy, what you need to do is to sign up a Gmail account, make some creative or entertaining videos and post them on YouTube. For better performance you should upload video regularly. If you are so creative you can make a lot of money, some of top earners on YouTube make up to million dollars a year.

Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistance is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients remotely from their office. There are too many opportunity for virtual assistant. As a virtual assistant you can do things like bookkeeping, online research, data entry, managing emails, managing social media pages and managing appointment and schedules.

Providing Service

Think about what skills do you have. Can you edit videos? Do you take nice pictures? Can you play piano? Everyone has something which he can do best. Through social media you can start providing service on the skills you have without investing anything, you just have to make your service known to your friend as they interacts with it, your service will be known to friend of your friends that’s increasing your client base.

Selling Products

If you have useful stuff at home that you are not using them any more like mobile phone, gadgets, clothes, movies, DVD’s, books or accessories, you can take a good picture of them, edit them well and post them on eBay or on your Facebook or Instagram account. You can also buy and resell products for extra money. Plenty of people buy local and in-demand products at a discount and resell them on eBay or Amazon for profit or you can decide to start an online store easily using Ecwid.

Online Teaching and Training

With a lot of people in need of education, number of students is increasing. Easy availability of the internet lead to online teaching becoming more easier that is why today we have a lot of online training institutes. If you have some skills in certain subject you can start teaching online by using skype, google hangout or any other video chats application. There are lot of people in need of online education like home schooling children in lower schools, students who want help in higher education and adults who need to increase some knowledge in their carriers.

Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is one of the most popular ways to earn money online. If you’re good with words, you can easily find some work as an online freelance writer. Some of publications need online content in the form of stories, product or service descriptions. You can be paid per article or for each word you are writing. In my experience you can be paid from few cents to $1 per word and from $30 to couple of thousands dollar per article. So if you are good you can make decent money.

From the above 7 tips you can select the one that suits you the best, do it slowly on your free time, keep learning the basics until you become professional while earning some income. Who knows then, maybe later it can be your full time job.


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