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Ideas how to Earn Money From Home

Updated on January 9, 2017

Earn money from home

Who hasn't played around with the idea on how to earn money from home? Most of us have but the majority of us are still at our 9-5 job, trying to pay our bills and get very little free time and vacation time. While the idea of earning money from home sounds very inviting, most of us give up once we are challenged to step outside the box.


Writing is Knowledge

The simplest way to make some money online is by writing. Just about everybody knows how to write, and if you are not good at it yet, there are plenty of online courses to help you become a better writer. There are plenty of online publications that allow you to write quality content in the form of articles earning you ongoing royalities. While it is only small change in the beginning, it can eventually add to a nice income if you keep writing quality content. But you can take your writing skills even a step further to help you increase your earnings.

Do you have a hobby or a specific interest in a subject and like to make some money with it, then learn how to build a website. Offer readers lots of information on the topic of your choice. Make your website stand out from all the others. Attract tons of visitors.

Once your website has a good amount of visitors you could add some monetization such as google advertisements, products from vendors or even advertise your own product or services.


Promote a Product and a Business

Network marketing is another great way to earn money from home. Unfortunately most of us never make a dime with it. Why is that? Well, we don't want to bother people we know to sell a product they don't like and we don't have an upline that teaches us how to be successful. But despite all of that, you can succeed in network marketing if you choose to change your marketing strategy. Don't bother people about your product. Instead focus on a marketing strategy that will have people knocking at your door. This might take a little bit of thinking outside the box. Learn how to attract people to your network marketing business by offering something of value to them.


Market Products through Clickbank

Another way to make money is again by having a squeeze page, except this time you try to promote a product from clickbank. There are thousands of people who earn money from home this way. Some of them can proof a killer income. Again, here you have to build a quality squeeze page and know how to implement those keywords so people can find your page and possibly buy your product. All you need for that is a service that allows you to build a squeeze page. You offer people something for free in exchange for their information. Once you have their contact information you can then send them autoresponder emails in regards to your free offer. By the time they have read a few of your email autoresponder newsletters they will either be totally interested in what you have to offer them or they don't want to hear more about it and will usually ask you to take them off the list.

Arts & Crafts

Another area that allows you to slowly make a living from home is with Arts & Crafts. Do you have a certain interest? Do you like candles? Do you love to take pictures? Do you love sewing or knitting? Doing something with your hands that is your own creation is of course personally very rewarding. Starting your own unique candle-making business or creating unique picture frames. Maybe you take awesome pictures or know how to draw and paint. Turn your talent or passion into a business.

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      Angela Brummer 

      6 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

      This is great! Thank you!

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