The global recession has cost many of us our jobs. New jobs are harder to come by and so many people are turning to working from home or at least online. For the novice, this can seem very daunting. Not knowing where to start and the need for technical knowledge can make starting online difficult. We have outlined 7 ways to make money online in 2010.
Opening your own eBay is one of the easist and most successful methods available. You’re products are guaranteed exposure to millions of customers worldwide. You can source products locally or online. Start by getting rid of all the junk in your house, you will be surprised at what sells. We will be releasing more information on this over the coming month.
2. Paid Surveys
There are hundreds of companies offering hourly rates to submit surveys. Many people like this work as it is easy and can be done at any time.
There are thousands of digital products available on Clickbank. Have a look through the marketplace and see what products are hot right now. Be careful though, some niches have high competition. More detailed articles to follow on this.
4. Set-up a Blog
Having a blog thats attracts thousands of visitors every day is a potential goldmine. You make money selling advertising spots or with Google Adsense. More information will follow soon on this.
5. Set-up an online store
This can augment your eBay store giving you maximum exposure online. Any products that do not sell on eBay can be listed on your main site.
6. Freelance work online
If you have a particular skill such as programming, copy writing, photography etc, you can apply for contract work. There are many websites which offer lots of opportunities to skilled individuals. You can check rentacoder.com or elance.com for more info.
7. Sell your own product
If you can create an ebook, graphics/images, website templates or even sound clips you can sell them online. Websites like Lulu help you to create your own product. Other sites like Citizen Image, Shutterstock and Spymedia allow you to sell your images.
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