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5 Ways People Become Rich Making Money Online

Updated on March 6, 2019
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Clive Williams is an internet researcher and writer on many genres. He has a BSc. Degree in Information Systems.

Make Money Online and become Rich
Make Money Online and become Rich

In today's world filled with the wonders of technology, there are tonnes of opportunities online to make money and even become rich, yes rich! There are many regular John Doe's who have used the internet and become self made millionaires. If you put in the ground work, you can do the same. Making money on the internet may not be as difficult as many people think. You however need to have the right mindset applied with some great techniques to get the ball rolling. You can't just speak into your laptop microphone that you want to get rich online and it magically happens. There are things to set in place to foster such rewards. Let us take a look at a few good ways to make money online and possibly become rich.

1. Make and Sell With Online Store

If you have a great idea about a product and you or someone else has the skill set to make and sell this product, you can bet your last dollar that once this product is very useful and marketed right, you will see sales popping left right and center on your website or blog. So what are your first steps to making money online using this method.

  • Come up with a wonderful Product
  • Create a website around that product.
  • Market that product.
  • Sell the product online and make money.

2. Make Videos That People Like

YouTube has made a lot of video makers rich. If you have some wacky concept in your head about what you believe people will watch, just go ahead and create your YouTube channel and begin posting these videos on a regular basis. Once you garner a lot of viewers and subscribers, you can place ads on your videos which will pay you per thousand views on your videos. So let us say you put up a video and in one month you made one million views, the ad network may pay you 5 dollars per thousand views. So you would intern make 5x1000 which is 5000.00 dollars. Not bad for posting videos.

3. Create a Blog

If you are passionate about a particular subject and will always have fresh and great content to post, you can make money blogging. The best way to do this is to focus on one particular subject and write engaging content on that subject. This is called niche blogging. So let us say you are a dog or animal expert or you simply just love animals. You then decided to create the best pet blog online called You begin to post content about dog and cat care. You then garner tens and thousands of views per month. You can then apply to ad networks for ads to be placed on your pet blog. You will then get paid each time someone clicks or views those ads. The more traffic your website gets, the more revenue it will take in.

Affiliate Marketing on Your Blog.

You also can sell other people's goods on your blog by applying for affiliate programs. This can also be quite lucrative if you have a niche based site and place ads which are focused on your niche.

4. Freelance Anything

The internet is a buzz with people offering their services for a price. So let us say you are skilled in using Photoshop. You can offer your freelance service to persons online looking for Photoshop designers to make flyers, posters, websites and eBook covers. Freelance job online is basically anything you are good at. Freelance writers always gets writing gigs in which they are paid to write article for websites or blogs. Their are those who offer teaching online using podcast and virtual classrooms.

5. Work Online

There are millions of people today that when they go to work, it is basically from the kitchen to make coffee and back into the bed. They simply pull out their laptop connected to the internet and begin working. Contrary to popular belief. There are many legitimate online jobs available. The online work from home scam has painted a bad picture on legitimate companies that are honest and real companies which do pay you to woek online. But there is a shifty in tide and much more people are shifting to doing online work than dressing up, histling in the traffic to sit around a desk.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2019 Clive Williams


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