The following online jobs are not always easy to get, but once you find your way, you’ll be able to build long-term skills, that you can turn into a career or a business.
1. Become an online tutor
As a student or someone with experience for example, if you’re doing well in college or in general, it’s easy to think everyone else is too, but the truth is that many people struggle with passing their courses. You could make a living by helping them out and teaching them your knowledge without also stop with fellow college students. You can also teach kids from elementary school to high school all this online being at home, there are plenty of kids who could use your help. Luckily, with the Internet, you don’t have to be limited to your local geographic area. You can teach kids and people from all over the world by only using first your knowledge second your laptop and finally the internet.
2. Search engine evaluator
Search engines like Google, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and more use feedbacks to update their algorithms in ways that serve people better for use. You could be one of the people who fill out feedback forms and lets them know what they need to do in order to improve and get better for usage.
3. Social media manager
We all spend our free time on social media every day for sometimes enjoyment for a particular work on social media like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and more. Used to get a lot of likes or comments, great at motivating and others through your posts, you might want to consider turning this into a profession that will be beneficial for you. Become a social media manager is to build communities for companies on social media, engage these communities in conversations, and encourage them to take some sort of action. Social media managers also play a vital role in building brand awareness for a company.
4. Become a resume writer
Seeing writing resumes may seem simple, but most people often find it extremely hard to talk themselves up. Being a resume writer, if you succeed by getting a lot of interest from great companies based on your wonderful resumes, you can also offer your services to others and be making money from that too. You can help them ensure their resumes shine a light on their accomplishments and the value they have to provide companies, in a way that speaks to recruiters.
5. Freelance web designer
Like freelance copywriters, freelance web designers need to advertise their services if they are to make a sustainable and comfortable living. Websites that are supposed to do the marketing work for you cost because you are expected to work for very cheap them, and you could end up losing money on the deals you are treating without benefits for yourself. To stand out when they directly market to potential customers, freelance web designers have to prove more than their ability to design beautiful websites. If companies care about image, they often care more about the bottom line. Therefore, well-fed freelance web designers are often the ones who understand what works in user experience and the conversion rate of optimization. They learn how to create websites that entice visitors to download something or buy a product.
6. Become an online influencer
You as a human being, do you have a hobby? passion? or an interesting life you live? Do you have pieces of knowledge about something many people struggle with every time? If yes, you might want to start something like a podcast, a blog, a vlog, or be active on one of the major social media networks like YouTube or Facebook for example. Sometimes it could take years to build a big and engaged audience, but if you’re already used to sharing with people online, and have an audience that trusts you, it might be worth treating it as a business. As your audience grows, you’ll be able to sell them services and products, but you’ll also be able to make a living by recommending other people’s products and getting sponsorship or commission in return.
7. Freelance Writer
Social media managers promote content that builds relationships and promotes sales for companies. Freelance writers write the content. There’s a huge need for writers now everywhere, as more and more companies want to build long-term trust with their target audiences, and they do that by providing top-quality content. Great freelance writers stay up to date on marketing trends and research and know which content types work best when. They’re not only skilled at conveying complicated ideas, but they know how to do it in a way that best converts in a particular content format. Well-fed freelance writers stay out of content farms and bidding sites, where you compete with hundreds of other writers for the same projects and get the gig if you under-quote yourself enough. To be a well-fed freelance writer, you need to go out there and market yourself to your target audience – usually, marketing managers – like any other business owner.
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