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Side Income Ideas 2020

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One of the best ways to pay off debt faster, boost your savings or make some overall improvements to your finances is earning more income. From babysitting and companion care to tutoring and more, follow along for the best ways to get started earning more today.

1. Online Tutoring

You can put up posters and get the word out locally if you want to work with students in your area or look to online services like Chegg, Tutor.com and others. Tutors can make around $20 to $25 per hour online through well-paying companies.

2. Uber/ Lyft Driver

Driving for a rideshare service like Uber or Lyft is a quick way to turn your idle car into cash. Just apply, add the app to your phone, and wait for ride opportunities to come in.

3. Online services

Fiverr is a gateway to earning from a huge number of tasks. Popular categories at Fiverr include graphic design, digital marketing, writing, video editing, music and audio production, programming, and business projects. Fiverr started with gigs that cost $5, and paid providers about $4 after fees.

4. Babysitting/Companion Care

According to a report from Sittercity.com, babysitters in NYC on average make $20 an hour. Head west to Denver and that amount drops to $17.50. Depending on your location and the number and age of the children, rates can vary. Companion care is like babysitting for older individuals. Some retired people need help around the house, which could include laundry, cooking, doing the dishes, and other personal care tasks.

5. TaskRabbit

TaskRabbit is a service like Lyft or Uber for helping people with various tasks. Taskers, as they’re called, can make up to $7,000 or more per month working full-time. But even if you work part-time as a tasker, the income adds up fast. You set your own rates, and you might charge anywhere from $25 per hour to $150+ per hour depending on your local market and what you can offer.

6. Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistants for blogging businesses, for example, help with a range of tasks including website graphics, podcast show notes, social media postings, and preparing emails. This is great for evenings and weekends, as many online business owners don’t care when tasks are completed. According to Payscale, the average virtual assistant makes $15.35 per hour.

7. Flipping

Flipping is a term for buying items cheaply and reselling them online through websites such as eBay, Amazon, and Craigslist. This is a riskier side hustle, as you have to invest in inventory to sell. However, talented flippers can easily turn spare hours into dollars when they buy and sell the right items.

Free Time Online Jobs 2020

Free Time Online Jobs 2020

In 2020 and beyond, the questionable work-at-home jobs are still out there. But improvements in technology and the birth of social media have ushered in a new wave of such jobs that are actually legitimate.

1. Virtual Assistant

Although virtual assistant jobs vary drastically, tasks can include composing and responding to emails, creating and distributing business-related documents, responding to media and business inquiries, writing and creating content, and more. Check out virtual assistant jobs at sites such as Upwork.com and Zirtual.com.

2. Blogger

Becoming a blogger is unlike any other work-at-home job in that you have to show up and build it yourself. Even worse, the vast majority of blogs make zero dollars for years as they grow and become established. In that sense, blogging isn’t much of a job at all. However, there is a lot of potential for writers who are able to build an audience, grow their site, and find a way to monetize it and start earning an income.

3. Translator

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most translators do their work at home, and often under tight deadlines. Although some need a bachelor’s degree, the most important requirement for translators is, of course, fluency in at least two languages. The national median wage for this career was $49,930 in 2018, although the top 10% of workers earned an average of $90,610. Look for job postings for translators on sites like Upwork.com.

4. Web Developer

It’s fairly easy to build your own website if you take advantage of the many free learning opportunities online. However, much of the population isn’t equipped to build their own site or don’t have the time, which is why so many people make a living building websites and blogs for others. According to the BLS, around 16% of web developers were self-employed in 2018, with the vast majority able to work at home, or anywhere with a laptop and speedy Internet connection.

5. Travel Agent

Although the demand is expected to decrease over the next decade, the opportunities are still there for travel agents who can harness the Internet to earn clients and help them plan their adventures. According to the BLS, job prospects may be best for travel agents who offer expertise in certain regions of the world, have experience planning tours or adventures, or who focus on group travel.

6. Freelance Writer

Sites like Upwork.com list online freelancing positions, as does Freelancer.com and Media Bistro. To get hired, you’ll likely need to have a portfolio of solid work, or at least some writing samples you can include with your resume.

7. Data Entry

A wide range of businesses need workers to enter various data into their systems, whether that data are used to track inventory or shipments, create business plans, or measure performance or output. And since a computer and typing skills are the most important requirements for this job, many data entry workers are able to work at home, and on a schedule that fits their lives.

Extra Income Ideas 2020

Extra Income Ideas 2020

Passive income is money you can earn on a recurring basis from doing little to no work. Unlike active income, where the more you work, the more you earn, passive income has an initial level of work or money up front, then has a flat return after that without the same level of work going into it.

1. Invest in Real Estate Properties

The cost to invest in real estate can get high. But there are new options to invest in real estate besides buying physical properties or investing in REITs. Now you can use crowdfunding to become a partial investor in a much larger real estate deal. To invest in crowdfunded real estate, you can look into sites such as Realty Mogul and Fundrise.

2. Invest in Dividend-Paying Stocks

Most stocks that pay dividends are the sexiest investments, but they generate passive income. In most cases, your broker will encourage you to re-invest your dividends but you have the option of having your dividends dumped into your account for withdrawal. Ally Invest: Best for new investors, TD Ameritrade: Ideal for more experienced traders and E*TRADE: Great for any investment style.

3. Loan Money via Peer-to-Peer Lending

Peer-to-peer (or P2P) lending became popular about 14 years ago when Prosper first came onto the scene. It marketed itself as a way to borrow money without having to go to a bank. Instead, you can borrow money from someone else–who will loan it to you at a competitive rate.

4. Sell Your Photography as Stock Photos

If you’re one of the millions of people who love photography as a hobby, you can quickly turn it into passive income by selling your photos as stock photos. Instead of setting up a tent at a local art fair, hoping someone will buy one of your glorious photos of Ireland, you can turn it into a profit with sites like iStock Photo and Getty Images.

5. Write and Self-Publish a Book

Many people recommend starting a blog as a way to earn passive income. I don’t agree with that approach, as it can take a long time (and a lot of money) to build and grow a blog from the ground up (more on this below if you have an established blog). Instead, you might consider writing and self-publishing your own book.

6. Rent Your Home Out with Airbnb

Whether you have a rental home on the beach, a home that you aren’t at all the time, or just a vacant room in your home, you can rent it out on sites like Airbnb and VRBO. Now, this comes with a little more work and isn’t entirely “passive” all the time, but it can be if you set yourself up correctly.

7. Sell Products on Etsy

There are now two ways to sell on Etsy–physical and digital products. With physical products, you can either create something unique such as jewelry or buy and resell something–for example, vintage clothing. Etsy has been a great marketplace for a long time, helping creative people sell their goods. The problem is, selling physical products isn’t exactly passive income.

Part Time Income Ideas 2020

Part Time Income Ideas 2020

Side hustles are one of the best ways to increase your income so you can pay off debt, save up for a big purchase, grow your retirement savings, or reduce your financial stress. No matter what’s driving your need to find a side hustle, I’ve got 8 of the best side hustle ideas for 2020.

1. Start a blog

If you’re interested in starting a blog, a WordPress blog hosted through Bluehost ($2.95 per month) is the way to go for new bloggers, and if you’re feeling like the setup and installation is a little too overwhelming, check out Launch That Blog. It’s completely free when you go with Bluehost, and you’ll get a free domain name and a ton of bonus freebies from me.

2. Proofread for a living

If you cringe when someone uses the wrong verb tense or can’t tell the difference between their/there/they’re, proofreading might be one of the best side hustles for you to try. Proofreaders are responsible for polishing written content for bloggers, content writers, website owners, and more.

3. Become a Pinterest virtual assistant

You’re probably already familiar with Pinterest – it’s a great place to find recipes, workouts, DIYs, etc. But, did you know that online business owners and bloggers have a high need for Pinterest virtual assistants? This is one of the best side hustles of 2020 because Pinterest VAs make an average of $500 per month/per client doing things like: Creating pins, Optimizing images, Developing a Pinning schedule and Doing keyword research

4. Sell things on eBay

I have a reader who made nearly $85,000 in one year from selling things on eBay. That’s wild. Now, there are no guarantees on the amount you’ll make, but this is one of the side hustle ideas that’s insanely easy to start because you can literally start selling what’s sitting around your house.

5. Walk dogs or pet sit

This is exactly what can happen with sites like Rover – an online platform that is dedicated to connecting pet owners with dog walkers and pet sitters in their area. This goes unsaid, but you have to love pets for this side hustle.

6. Sell on Shopify

Shopify is an easy to use platform for setting up and running your own eCommerce store. And if you’re thinking that it sounds like a lot of work running an online shop, it can be surprisingly passive if you use Shopify for dropshipping.

7. Rent out your car

If you like the idea of Airbnb (renting out a room or your entire house to make some extra income) Turo is like that, but for cars. Turo is an online platform where you can list your car, the dates it’s available, and then rent it out to prescreened customers. Don’t worry, Turo also offers up to $1 million in liability insurance and coverage in the event of theft or physical damage.

8. Complete tasks on TaskRabbit

For a low commitment side hustle, as in one that you can pick up and earn through whenever, doing one-off jobs with TaskRabbit is a great way to make extra money in 2020. Here’s the gist of it… you use TaskRabbit to find individual tasks/jobs that people have listed. It can be moving furniture for $75, mounting a TV for $30, or cleaning a house for $60.

The Best Ways To Make Money As A Teen In 2020

The Best Ways To Make Money As A Teen In 2020

Luckily, you don’t need a job to make money — you can make it on your own from the Internet if you put in a bit of time and energy. Here are 7 top ways to make money as a teen in 2020.

1. Buy/Sell on Facebook Marketplace

The way it works is, you find something undervalued on Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist. It could be a sofa, a TV, a car — anything. You inspect it for damage, and note that damage to the seller. Then you haggle the price as low as possible before buying.

2. Start A Marketing Business

The majority of marketing now takes place online. But the majority of businesses were still started off-line by older people that don’t fully know how the Internet works. That’s your advantage. You grew up with the Internet since day 1. You’re faster, smarter, and better at anything online than most older people, and you can use that advantage to make a business.

3. Take Online Surveys

It works like this: you join a website like SwagBucks or SurveyJunkie, you enter a bit of personal information, and then they start sending you surveys that are relevant to you that you can fill out to make cash. It’s not a whole lot of money — on average, between $5-$10/hour — but it’s still money. If you get fast enough, you can do it in the background between homework or movies.

4. Amazon Mechanical Turk

Amazon Mechanical Turk is an epic online factory. People submit jobs that computers still aren’t good at (like reading text from an image and then entering it into a database) and then pay you based on project completion. Some people on Mechanical Turk make more than $10/hour! Most make close to $4 or $5, though — but keep in mind the majority of Turkers are from less educated countries and generally have less efficient workflows.

5. Start YouTubing

Make videos about trending issues. Or something you’re passionate about. Or just vlog about your day and your life. As long as you provide value to your viewers, you’ll grow. It won’t be fast, but if you put enough time and energy into YouTube, it’ll easily pay you the most out of any of the other 6 ways to make money as a teen.

6. Write Simple Articles For Companies

Since the pool of article writers is global (check out UpWork or Fiverr for bad examples), the average writing level is actually pretty bad. It’s not hard, either — companies will give you a topic, sometimes with an outline included, and ask you to write a certain number of words. Some companies will pay as much as $20-$30 per article, and each article could take you 1–3 hours to write.

7. Learn To Edit Videos

It doesn’t really require much skill, and you can get started today with simple software like Adobe Premiere or Final Cut. To get started, watch a 20-minute tutorial video like this and play around for a few hours. Once you learn two or three simple transitions and how to cut, you can already start charging for simple gigs. I know teens that easily make over $15/hour doing this while still going to school.

7 Best Online Jobs For College Students In 2020

7 Best Online Jobs For College Students In 2020

In this video, you will learn about the 8 best online jobs for college students in 2020. These full time and side jobs pay well and have very flexible hours, so you can still focus on your education. Enjoy the video and let me know what you think in the comments below. Here are some of the best job ideas for college students:

1. Online Tutor

Considering you’re already having to learn a lot of information while in school, you might as well make money on the side helping people who don’t understand certain subjects. Helpful resources: Tutor.com is one the top websites for online tutoring where you can get paid. Wyzant is a direct competitor to Tutor.com. They also help you get paid to tutor people on different subjects.

2. Search Engine Evaluator

Search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing have so much going on in the background to stay functional that they need people to help them correct problems or errors that come up. Helpful resources: You can use Leapforce to find jobs related to helping search engines. Lionbridge is another site that can help you become a search engine evaluator.

3. Freelance Writer or Editor

If you are good at writing or locating grammar problems in articles, you may do one of those in the form of freelancing. Companies won’t be able to replace good writers with robots anytime soon, unlike just about every other job. Helpful resources: Problogger has a job board dedicated to blogging and copywriting positions only. You might also try writing for favorite sports team or blog by looking Vox Media job listings.

4. PowerPoint Presentation Designer

Believe it or not, PowerPoint is still around and being used in a lot of areas. You could do designs for people using PowerPoint presentations for YouTube videos, business meetings, speeches, etc. Helpful resources: Visme is a great website that helps you design infographics, PowerPoints, and other presentations using templates with a drag-and-drop interface. Google Slides is like a free version of Microsoft PowerPoint that you can get access to by having a Gmail account.

5. Product, Software, and App Testing

Thousands of new products seem to come out everyday. What you may not realize is that the products typically get tested extensively before being made available to the public. That’s where you come in. Helpful resources: UserTesting is one of the top platforms I recommend for getting paid to test products, apps, and more. UserZoom is another platform that pays you to test different products.

6. Captioner

As a captioner, you get paid to watch videos and make times captions that sync perfectly with the audio of the video. Helpful resources: Rev is one great website for finding caption work. They pay $0.40 – $0.75 per audio minute via PayPal. Another site that pays you to do captions is Vitac.

7. Transcriptionist

If you have a pretty good Word Per Minute (WPM) typing speed and good grammar, you might try doing transcriptions. All you have to do is turn audio files into text. Helpful resources: TranscribeMe is one of the top transcription sites out there. They pay you via PayPal starting at $20 per audio hour. Another solid option for doing transcription work online is Scribie.

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How To Make Money on Fiverr in 2020?

How To Make Money on Fiverr in 2020_

If these situations resonate with you, then you must know that this is the guide you may want to read. You may find lots of YouTube videos and blog posts that tell what you can do to start making money on Fiverr but the question is how many of them would tell you how to do it? Here is the 5-step strategy of making money on Fiverr:

1. Choose thing you’re passionate about

Fiverr does have a wide range of service, moreover, they also have a huge system of sub-categories, meaning, each main category has its so many sub-categories. To explain this further, let give you an example. If you’re a simple HTML web designer and all your expertise and experience are in HTML only, then you may find two relevant fields in the ‘Programming and Tech’ category but you should choose ‘Web Programming’ because it’s relatable to your service.

2. Build Your Profile According to Your Service

As said before, you must know clearly that what you have to offer. Now this still remains relevant. Make sure you don’t offer two different services on Fiverr. Instead, stick to your talent or passion. The reason is that you need to fill up your profile according to your service. For instance, the work you do, the experience you have, and the authority you’ve built over the course of time. Each and every thing putting in your profile will help you reach out your prospective customers.

3. Be Creative in your Offering

This is no simple game. Try to be unique and different. When you have some special skill to offer and sell, so should be your offering. This means that whatever offer you create, firstly, it should be useful for the audience, secondly, it should be offered in a way that no one ever thought about that.

4. Keep testing your gigs strategy

It’s important if you are trying to learn on how to make money on fiverr is to keep on testing what’s working for you, the consistency does matter in your Fiverr success but once you spend a few weeks on Fiverr, you will get a chance to see that how many views and clicks your gigs are getting. In fact, if someone reaches out to you and discusses the solution you’re providing, analyze what gigs are getting those traction, even if they are being sold.

5. Promote Gigs Everywhere

One of the best ways to get traction and knowing how to make money on Fiverr is that you need to promote your gigs everywhere. If you’re just relying on the organic reach on Fiverr, it may take some time to get your first sale. In fact, if promote your gigs outside Fiverr, meaning, you’re linking your gigs in the relevant blog posts, guest posts, forums, social media, LinkedIn Pulse articles, the chances are, someone who needs that service stumble upon your gig.

8 Real Work From Home Jobs For 2020

If you want to coast into the future with real skills that pay, check out these real work-at-home jobs for 2020 and beyond

1. Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistant jobs vary drastically, tasks can include composing and responding to emails, creating and distributing business-related documents, responding to media and business inquiries, writing and creating content, and more. Check out virtual assistant jobs at sites such as Upwork.com and Zirtual.com.

2. Medical Transcriptionist

Although many medical transcriptionists work for hospitals or physician’s offices, most are able to work at home, and at a time or place of their choosing. Since their tasks involve transcribing recorded medical dictation, a computer, desk, and earpiece are generally the only requirements after completing a postsecondary medical transcriptionist program.

3. Translator

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most translators do their work at home, and often under tight deadlines. Although some need a bachelor’s degree, the most important requirement for translators is, of course, fluency in at least two languages.

4. Web Developer

It’s fairly easy to build your own website if you take advantage of the many free learning opportunities online. However, much of the population isn’t equipped to build their own site or don’t have the time, which is why so many people make a living building websites and blogs for others.

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5. Travel Agent

Although the demand is expected to decrease over the next decade, the opportunities are still there for travel agents who can harness the Internet to earn clients and help them plan their adventures. According to the BLS, job prospects may be best for travel agents who offer expertise in certain regions of the world, have experience planning tours or adventures, or who focus on group travel.

6. Freelance Writer

Sites like Upwork.com list online freelancing positions, as does Freelancer.com and Media Bistro. To get hired, you’ll likely need to have a portfolio of solid work, or at least some writing samples you can include with your resume.

7. Social Media Manager

Almost every big business has gotten on the social media bandwagon as a means to reach their customers directly, and without paying heavily for television, print, or radio ads. But not every big business has someone to manage their social media accounts, which is why more individuals have begun marketing themselves as social media managers and helping businesses grow their online following and expand their reach.

8. Data Entry

A wide range of businesses need workers to enter various data into their systems, whether that data are used to track inventory or shipments, create business plans, or measure performance or output. And since a computer and typing skills are the most important requirements for this job, many data entry workers are able to work at home, and on a schedule that fits their lives.

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