Wondering how to make money from home?
You’ve come to the right place.
This is a list of 50+ proven ideas for making money online in 2019.
Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, a student who wants to make a few extra bucks, or an entrepreneur looking for a high-growth business idea, there’s something here for you.
Click the table of contents to jump to a specific section. Or, start with the top 20 reader favorites by scrolling down.
From a quick dollar to a full-time income, here are the top 20 ways to make money from home in 2019.
#1 — This popular idea you can do while watching TV
If you’re looking for a flexible and fun way to earn money from home, start with online surveys.
How it works is that you sign up for a paid survey site (for free), and then you’re notified by email when a survey is available.
For example, here’s a survey opportunity that was recently emailed to me:
Not all offers are this good, which is why you should sign up for multiple sites. But you’ll get a huge offer like this every once in a while.
When we researched the top survey sites — taking into account BBB ratings, app reviews, TrustPilot scores, and more — the three sites listed below were the absolute best paid survey sites we found.
With over 5 million members, Survey Junkie is one of the largest survey sites. You’ll be happy to know that Survey Junkie has an 8.8/10 rating on TrustPilot, which ranks highest among all survey companies. It’s also super easy to sign up and get started. You just complete a short profile survey, and then you’ll be sent survey opportunities via email.
- Payment method: Points that are redeemable for cash through PayPal
- Minimum age requirement: 18 years old
- Sign-up bonus: N/A
- Read our in-depth Survey Junkie review
Swagbucks is a favorite of mine, as well as a favorite of many readers of The Ways To Wealth. In total, Swagbucks has paid out over $300 million in rewards. Like free money? Swagbucks also gives you a $5 bonus just for signing up.
- Payment method: Points (called SBs) that are redeemable for cash through PayPal or Venmo
- Minimum age requirement: 13 years old
- Sign Up Bonus: $5
- Read our in-depth Swagbucks review
InboxDollars is one of the most popular money making apps. In the iOS App Store, the app has a 4.4/5 rating with 66,000+ reviews. Similar to Swagbucks, there are over a dozen different ways to make money with InboxDollars — from watching videos, to searching the web, to completing paid surveys.
- Payment method: Check, pre-paid Visa, or gift card
- Minimum age requirement: 13 years old
- Sign-up bonus: $5
#2 — Find a better bank account
Finding a better bank is one of the quickest and smartest ways to make and/or save money.
You can earn more interest, save A LOT in fees, and many banks even offer lucrative sign-up bonuses.
The best way to find the bank that’s right for you is with Even Financial.
Even Financial is a free search engine that helps you find the bank that pays the highest interest rate in your area.
No personal information is required — just enter your zip code to get the results.
When I did this, I found a bank that paid 22X the national average on their savings accounts!
See what banks are paying around your area by checking out Even Financial today.
Looking for a way to make money from home that can net you a full-time income?
In just over a year after launching this blog, I left my full-time job in the financial services sector and started supporting my family of four through blogging.
Who would have thought?
There’s still no better time to launch a blog.
It’s actually very easy to do… even for those who don’t consider themselves tech savvy (for more information, read The Ways to Wealth’s Insanely Simple Guide To Starting A Blog).
And if you’re not sure if blogging is right for you, check out The Ways to Wealth’s Free Email Course: How To Make Your First $1K Blogging
Simply enter your email below to get the free course:
#4 — Proofread books, documents, transcripts, and more
While blogging takes a little bit of time to build up, proofreading is one side hustle where you can start making money fast.
And thanks to how much content is produced every day, it’s not hard to find work.
If you’re interested, check out freelance proofreader Caitlin Pyle’s free workshop: Learning the Skills You Need to Start Your Freelance Proofreading Hustle.
Caitlin earned over $43,000 a year working just part-time as a proofreader, so her free workshops are worth the time. See when the next class is here.
#5 — Get cash back with Ebates
One super simple way I’ve earned some extra money lately has been by using eBates when shopping online.
Ebates allows you to share a referral fee for making a purchase through their affiliate link. You then get cash back from your online purchases at stores like Amazon, Target, eBay, Nordstrom, travel sites and more.
If you sign up through this link, you’ll get a $10 bonus. That’s an instant savings of $10 off of your first purchase, plus extra cash back.
#6 — Credit card sign-up bonuses
Some of the easiest money I’ve ever made has been through credit card sign-up bonuses. But, there’s an obvious caveat here: you must never carry a balance on your credit card. Otherwise, it’s the credit card company who wins, not you.
One of my favorite sign-up bonuses currently available is the Chase Sapphire Preferred card.
The card comes with a 60,000 point sign-up bonus after spending $4,000 in the first three months and a $95 annual fee.
When exchanged for cash, 60,000 Chase Ultimate Reward points are worth $500.
There are also some nice perks that come with the card, such as:
- Earning 2X points on travel and dining worldwide
- The ability to transfer points to Chase’s travel partners
60,000 points have even more value when exchanged for travel. When booking travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards, your points are worth 25 percent more.
Then, there’s the ability to transfer points to travel partners. For example, a ticket from Chicago to London’s Heathrow Airport can be booked for as little as 40,000 points via British Airways.
If you’re not likely to reach the $4,000 minimum spending requirement, another great card is the Chase Freedom card. The Chase Freedom card offers 5 percent cash back on up to $1,500 in purchases in that period’s “bonus” categories. Plus, 1 percent on everything else. Past rotating categories — which change every three months — have included grocery stores, gas stations, and warehouse clubs like Costco and Sam’s.
There’s also no annual fee with this card, which is why I’ve had one for over 10 years. Even better, there’s a $150 sign-up bonus after spending just $500 in the first three months.
Then I transfer the points I earn via my Chase Freedom card to a card that gets more value. The card I transfer the points to is the Chase Sapphire Reserve, which gives you 50 percent more value when you redeem your points for travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
If you’re interested in learning more about award travel, check out the free course below:
#7 — Take pictures of your receipts
You can make money from home by taking pictures of your receipts with Ibotta.
Before you go grocery shopping, open the app and scan to see what items have cash-back offers.
Once you get home, simply scan the product’s barcode and take a picture of your receipt. You’ll get money deposited into your account.
There’s even a $10 bonus when you sign up using this link.
- Related: Ibotta Review + $10 Welcome Bonus
#8 — Find out if stores owe you a refund
Online retailers change their prices constantly. Prices may go up. Then they may go down.
It’s hard to know when to actually buy something.
Thankfully, there’s Paribus.
Paribus monitors your purchases for price drops. When they detect a price drop, they’ll help you get your money back.
Here’s a quick video that explains how it works:
#9 — Participate in market research studies through Nielsen
If you’re looking for a way to earn passive income with your smartphone, you’ll like what you’re about to read.
Nielsen Holdings — the large, publicly-traded market research company that’s best-known for publishing TV viewership ratings — will pay you for access to your internet browsing habits.
You simply download an app on your phone that sits in the background.
For each device you’re eligible for, you can get paid up to $50 per year. Then, there’s a monthly $10,000 sweepstakes.
#10 — Become a bookkeeper
Looking for a side hustle that can turn into a flexible, part-time or full-time career?
And no, you don’t have to be a CPA to do it. All you need are decent computer skills and a love for numbers.
Check out expert bookkeeper Ben Robinson’s free video course: How to Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business Without Going Into Debt
#11 — Get paid for the everyday things you do online
There’s more to Swagbucks than just surveys.
Actually, Swagbucks makes it easy to earn money for the everyday things you do on your phone or computer.
With Swagbucks, you can make money by:
- Searching the internet
- Watching videos and movie trailers
- Playing games
- Shopping online
If you’re doing these things anyway, why not sign up for Swagbucks to make a few bucks at the same time?
#12 — Earn cash rewards for shopping at your favorite stores
Another way to see a trickle of passive income is by downloading the the Drop Rewards app.
With Drop, all you do is sign up and link your credit and debit cards.
Then, you pick up to five stores to earn points from (Starbucks, Costco, Amazon, Safeway, Uber, and Trader Joe’s are some of the more popular options).
You’ll earn rewards for shopping at those particular stores. For example, you’ll get 12 points per dollar spent at Trader Joe’s. That’s like earning 1.2 percent back on all your grocery purchases.
It may not seem like much at first, but it will when you add up your expenses over a full year. Say you spend $7,500 on groceries; an additional 1.2 percent cash back gets you a $90 gift card in just 12 months. And all you did was spend a couple of minutes configuring the app. That’s as close to free money as you’ll ever get.
#13 — Teach english online
If you enjoy working with children, consider online tutoring.
Online tutoring is a fast-growing industry. And tutoring sites are looking for qualified teachers to work with children from all over the world.
When we ranked the best online tutoring sites, VIP Kid came in at #1.
With VIP Kid, you can make money teaching English online to students in China.
You’ll get some pretty nice benefits, such as:
- The lesson plans and course materials are provided
- Earn $14 to $22 per hour
- Work when you want and where you want
- There’s no need to worry about marketing your services — students are waiting for you
- No startup costs or application fees
#14 — Invest “found money” with Acorns
Over the past 100 years, one of the best ways to generate passive income has been by investing in stocks.
But for many, coming up with the money to invest — not to mention investing that money properly while minimizing the risk of loss —has proven to be difficult.
Fortunately, there’s an app called Acorns, which makes getting started simple. The best part is that you don’t even need money to start investing!
Just answer a few quick questions about your overall financial goals, and Acorns will set you up with a customized portfolio optimized to meet your needs.
Then, use the app’s “Found Money” feature, which allows you to earn cash that that gets invested directly into your custom portfolio whenever you shop at specific retailers (like Walmart, Airbnb, Lyft, Nike and more).
For example, say you spend $100 at Walmart. Acorns will invest a percentage of that $100 (which can be as high as 10 percent for some retailers) into your account.
Another feature I love about Acorns is the ability to invest spare change. For example, you can choose to round up purchases to the nearest dollar. Say you were to make a purchase for $17.20; Acorns would then set aside 80 cents to invest.
You can quickly build up a solid portfolio just by using “found money” and your spare change.
With a rating of 4.7/5 and 337k+ reviews in the App Store and over 4 million users, Acorns is one of the fastest growing financial apps around.
#15 — Become a virtual real estate investor
Real estate is one of the primary ways wealthy people make money. However, investing in real estate takes a lot of time, has huge upfront costs, and comes with significant risks if you don’t know what you’re doing.
But now there’s a way for regular people to avoid those obstacles and invest in real estate regardless of their bank account’s value — making some of the most attractive potential returns available through crowdfunding platforms.
One of the largest crowd-funded real estate sites is Fundrise, which lets you make money from home by investing in real estate with as little as $500.
What’s great about Fundrise is that you’re allowed to see the properties you’re investing in. So, if it’s an apartment complex in New York, you will see the exact property.
As Fundrise has strict standards for the types of properties it allows on the platform, you’ll start to learn why that property was attractive in the first place. This is a great way to learn the ins-and-outs of real estate investing, with little risk.
If you’re not satisfied with your investment for any reason within the first 90 days, Fundrise will buy back your investment at the original price.
#16 — Effortless cash rewards
Dosh is another smartphone app that gives you extra cash back when you buy something at a participating store.
The first thing to know about Dosh is that it pays out in cash.
What else is nice about Dosh is that it’s passive income. You sign up once, link your cards, and then cash rewards are added to your account.
Once your balance reaches $25, you can withdraw it via direct deposit or PayPal.
#17 — Make money from the photos on your hard drive
Those pictures on your smartphone or hard drive could be generating passive income.
The market for selling stock photos is in the billions of dollars, and is growing at a fast pace.
If you’re not familiar with how stock photo sites such as Shutterstock work, the photos for sale are uploaded by people just like you.
When someone visits a site and buys your photos, you get a commission.
The goal is to have around 100 sales a day that generate $1 each. If you were able to do that, you’d have a monthly income of $3,000.
Best of all, this is completely passive income.
Check out Creative Live’s course on Stock Photography.
How Creative Live works is that their live classes are 100% free. Then, if you want the video recordings, there’s a reasonable charge. Currently, their stock photography course is only $29.
Once a month or so, Creative Live offers big discounts on their courses to email subscribers, which you can become one of here.
So, if you’re on a tight budget, wait for a sale. Meanwhile, start taking their free daily classes to enhance your skills.
#18 — Freelance writer
Freelancing is one of the best ways to make money without a traditional job.
And one of the most legitimate freelance opportunities right now is writing.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the demand for writers and authors is expected to grow 6 percent from 2010 to 2020.
Writing is a skill that requires no prior formal experience. If you wanted to, you could take on your first client today. All you need is an internet connection.
If freelance writing sounds like something you’d like to try, check out six-figure freelancer and award-winning personal finance writer Holly Johnson’s free workshop: How to Build a Six-Figure Writing Career.
#19 — Get paid to drive, earn tips, and work when you want
If you’re trying to make money outside of your job, one of the easiest ways is to get paid for driving people around.
By signing up to become a driver for a company like Lyft, you have the flexibility to work whenever you want. Plus, you can decide to only work when demand is really high in order to maximize your earnings.
Right now, Lyft is offering a $250 sign up bonus. So, it’s definitely worth checking out if you need cash quick.
#20 — Become an affiliate marketer
Affiliate marketing is a great way to make money online.
If you’re not familiar with the concept, affiliate marketers get paid to refer people to products or services. For example, the above-mentioned site Ebates pays you $25 for every friend you refer.
You can also do this on a larger scale, such as by having a website.
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of the Making Sense of Cents blog is quite good at this. Michelle started in August of 2011 with no prior experience, and now does quite well for herself.
Her course Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing is a step-by-step guide to creating and making money as an affiliate.
Quick Ways To Make Money From Home
If you want a few easy ways to make some extra cash fast from home, here are 10 legit ideas.
For a complete list, check out our post on 24 Safe & Fast Ways to Make Money Today.
#21 — Get paid to use coupons
The highly-rated InboxDollars app pays you to use coupons.
Here’s how it works:
- Sign up for an account
- Clip grocery coupons
- Get paid 10 cents for each coupon you redeem
There are a number of other ways to earn money as well, like surveys, games, and getting paid to watch TV.
If you sign up through this link, you’ll also get a $5 bonus.
One creative way to make money is by starting a referral group.
Businesses want more customers. If you’re able to provide those customers, you can earn a lot of money.
By starting a referral group — a group of friends and family that refer each other to different offers — you can amplify your earnings.
For example, I may refer my sister to Personal Capital, and we each earn a $20 Amazon gift card. Then, my sister refers me to Ebates, where she earns $25 and I earn $10.
Get the idea?
Here are five websites that offer generous referral programs. They’re all free to sign up for:
- Swagbucks — 300 SBs and 10 percent of the referral’s earnings for life
- InboxDollars — 10 percent of the referral’s lifetime earnings
- Personal Capital — Each person gets a $20 Amazon gift card for signing up and linking an investment account
- Ebates — The referrer gets $25 and the referee gets $10
- Drop — 5,000 points each ($5 value per person)
#23 — Sell your old tech the easy way
Selling old phones, CDs, and DVDs is a great way to generate some extra cash fast. The problem is that it can take a lot of time.
Try using Decluttr, which is much easier than selling through Craigslist, eBay, or other online marketplaces.
Instead of selling your old tech item-by-item, Decluttr buys your stuff in bulk. This saves you the hassle of managing multiple listings, payments, and dealing with buyers.
You simply upload what you want to sell, then ship it to Decluttr for free.
Once Decluttr receives your order, you’ll get paid cash within 24 hours.
#24 — Hold a garage or yard sale
While Decluttr is great for selling old tech, I find Craigslist best for selling items that are costly to ship, like furniture and TVs.
However, if there’s a lot of stuff you need to get rid, consider going old school and having a garage or yard sale.
One tip is to find out if there are particular garage sale dates in your city or neighborhood. Chances are this is when traffic will be at its peak.
#25 — Rent out a parking space
Leaving on a road trip? Not using a garage spot? You can rent your parking spot for good money — especially if you live in a big city like New York or DC, where parking is limited and indoor spaces can fetch as much as $300 per month.
Simply post your spot on Craigslist.
#26 — Rent your car
Have a car that just sits idle most of the time? You can sell its availability on Turo.
Using their earning estimator, a $40,000 car rented out for just five days each month will earn you around $4,300 per year.
Another popular car rental service worth checking out is GetAround.
#27 — Test new websites
UserTesting.com allows you to earn money by testing and providing feedback on new websites.
#28 — eJury
eJury is a website that allows attorneys to test-try cases before they go to trial. As a virtual juror, you’ll listen to arguments, review evidence, and provide feedback to attorneys.
#29 — Trim your bills
One of my favorite new personal finance apps is Trim.
Because without lifting a finger, I keep getting emails like this:
Think of Trim as your own robotic personal finance assistant.
Trim takes care of dozens of small tasks, like negotiating your cable, internet, and cell phone bills. It can also get you a discount if your internet service goes down, cancel your unused subscriptions, and more.
Interested? Check out our review of Trim.
Make Money Using Your Smartphone
Armed with nothing more than a cell phone, you can make money from the comfort of your own home.
Fortunately, there are plenty more legit money making apps. Here are 10 more ways you can make money in your free time with your smartphone.
#30 — MyPoints
MyPoints is another top-rated rewards site.
Similar to Swagbucks, you can make money a number of different ways, including:
- Watching videos
- Playing games
- Taking surveys
- Opening emails
MyPoints is also one of the few survey sites that pay cash, as you can cash out your points via PayPal.
#31 — Sweatcoin
With Sweatcoin, you’re paid for the number of steps you take every day.
The app has some incredible reviews for both iPhone and Android users.
#32 — LongGame
With Long Game, you get rewarded for saving money. Then, use your rewards to play games to win money and enter sweepstakes for cash prizes.
#33 — SavvyConnect
SavvyConnect collects data on your internet usage. You get $5 per month for every device you add, and you can request payment after earning $1.
#34 — ShopKick
ShopKick is a highly-rated and very popular app that rewards you for in-store shopping. There are a number of ways to make money, with one being as easy as simply checking in to a store.
#33 — Postmates
Postmates allows you to be a local-delivery person. You’ll pick up groceries, food from restaurants, items from convenience stores, and even products from the Apple Store, which has a special same-day delivery partnership with the service. Aside from the fact that you can work whenever you want, the best part is that you don’t need even need a car to do this job. You can deliver on a bike, an electric scooter, or even walk if you live in a big city.
#36 — SlideJoy
SlideJoy allows you to make a few bucks by displaying an advertisement on your smartphone’s home screen.
#37 — Poshmark
If you have high-end designer clothes you’re looking to get rid of, use Poshmark to list your items in just 60 seconds.
#38 — Mr. Rebates
Mr. Rebates is another popular cash-back site, similar to Ebates.
It offers a first-purchase bonus of $5, plus up to 8 percent cash back at Amazon. This is among the highest rates of cash back offered for shopping on Amazon.
- Related: Mr. Rebates Review
#39 — BeFrugal
Cash-back sites — especially when they offer a sign-up bonus — are among the easiest ways to make money online.
So, I’ll name another highly rated cash-back site: BeFrugal.
BeFrugal has a $10 welcome bonus when you use this link. They also offer a $10 referral bonus.
- Related: BeFrugal Review
Great for Teens & College Students
Some of the ideas on this list have age requirements. For example, to be a VIP Kid teacher, you need a college degree and teaching experience. Or, the minimum age to make money with Survey Junkie is 18 years old.
That’s why I wanted to create a special list just for teens and college students.
#40 — Survey sites for teens
- Minimum age: 13 years old
Most survey sites have a minimum age requirement of 18 years. But there are a few exceptions to this rule. These include:
If you’re over 18, here’s our list of the best survey sites.
#41 — Earn money with Fiverr
- Minimum age: 13 years old
Fiverr is a website that allows anyone to post a job or service for as little as $5.
Personally, I’ve ordered hundreds of dollars in jobs on Fiverr — everything from having malware removed from a website to a whiteboard design video.
In some cases, I’ve spent as much as a $100 for a gig.
A few easy gigs to get started in are proofreading and data entry. These will give you a chance to build up your profile, earn a good reputation, and eventually make more money with higher-paying jobs.
#42 — Car detailing
Start a car detailing business, where you have your neighbors drop off their car for you to detail.
#43 — Sell your art
Selling your art is becoming one of the more creative ways to make money online. One website, Creative Market, allows you to sell your photos, graphics, and other types of art.
#44 — Become a search engine evaluator
You can make money by searching the internet and evaluating the search results for quality.
Appen is a company that is hiring for this position.
#45 — Moderate forums
If there’s an online forum you’re constantly hanging out at, ask the owner if they’re looking to hire a moderator. You can get paid, and you’ll have the power to ban trolls and troublemakers. Wield it wisely, my friend.
#46 — Enter graphic design competitions
If you’re a graphic designer, there are now multiple websites where you can enter design competitions. If you win the competition, you earn 100 percent of the money. Two popular websites are 99Designs and DesignCrowd.
#47 — Mechanical Turk
Amazon’s Mechanical Turk is a marketplace for many simple but repetitive tasks, like data entry. You won’t make a killing on this site, but you can definitely earn some extra spending money in your spare time.
Potential to Earn a Full-Time Income
If you want to earn full-time wages while working from home, that possibility certainly exists.
There are now dozens of legitimate ways to make a great income from home — or anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
Below, you’ll find a mix of self-employment opportunities and legit online jobs.
#48 — Get a flex job
The site FlexJobs has the largest database of work-from-home jobs with flexible hours online.
You’ll find temporary, part-time, and full-time work offered by thousands of reputable companies looking to hire at-home employees.
Here’s the catch: FlexJobs is a paid membership site.
To see the full details of a job listing, you must sign up for their $14.95 monthly membership. The good news is the quality of the listings is indeed worth the small price, and can save you dozens of hours sorting through job listings elsewhere.
There’s also no contract, so once you find the right gig you’re free to cancel your subscription with no further obligation.
To see what jobs are out there for you, visit FlexJobs here.
#49 — Become a virtual assistant
Many high earners need assistants to help with everyday tasks. When you become a virtual assistant (commonly referred to as a VA), you’ll do the same work as an in-office assistant or secretary — without the commute.
Check out Gina Horkey’s list of 150+ Virtual Assistant Services that You Can Offer Today!
#50 — Launch a Shopify store
The e-commerce platform Shopify makes it dead-simple to set up and start selling anything online. If you’ve ever wanted to sell homemade crafts, used items you find at garage sales, consultations, digital downloads, or anything else, Shopify makes it easy.
Over 1 million people use Shopify to sell online. They even have a free 14-day trial so you can see if it works for your business idea.
#51 — Rent out a spare room
Whether you live in a rural area or big city, use the Airbnb rental calculator to see how much you can get for a spare room. And if you plan on being away from home yourself, you can make even more money by renting out your entire house or apartment.
#52 — Make money selling clearance items
If you enjoy hitting up sales at retail stores, you can make some serious cash reselling products that have been significantly marked down.
This practice is known as “retail arbitrage,” which simply means buying clearance items and reselling them for a higher price.
Jessica and Cliff of The Selling Family actually earn a full-time income doing this.
They’ll buy stuff on sale at a store like Walgreens, then resell it on a site like Amazon or eBay. If you’re interested, check out their FREE 7-day course that will teach you everything you need to know.
#52 — Get paid to deliver food
While you can make good money as a Lyft driver, a better fit for introverts is food delivery.
With DoorDash, you can get paid to deliver food (while you listen to your favorite podcasts or audiobooks, of course).
Just like with Postmates, you don’t even need a car. In most cities, a bike or scooter will work just fine.
#53 — Start a catering business
Another low-cost, low-risk business opportunity that’s currently in high demand is catering. Start out honing your skills by making meals at home for friends and family, and then slowly grow your client base.
#54 — Sell old books
About once every year, I head down to a store in my area called Half Price Books and sell everything I’m done reading. But some people turn bookselling into a full-time business.
#55 — Write an eBook
Writing a book doesn’t have to mean pouring years into a literary project. There are thousands of 50-page books on niche topics that sell well on Amazon.
My wife actually did this a few years ago, writing about Eating for Breast Cancer Prevention.
We continue to see royalty payments, even though it’s been a few years since she wrote the book.
#56 — Sell crafts on Etsy
Enjoy creating unique arts and crafts? You can make money from home by selling the item on Etsy.
#57 — Design websites
You can make good money creating websites for small businesses.
What’s nice about being a website designer today is that there are many amazing and free tools that allow you to create beautiful websites without learning code, such as WordPress, Unbounce, Wix, and others.
As such, the learning curve to start taking on clients has really decreased.
- Related: How To Make Money Building Websites
58 — Become a social media manager
The #1 thing local businesses want is new, high-quality leads. That means if you can generate these leads, you can get paid a lot of money. And right now, one of the best ways to generate those leads is through social media.
The best social media managers charge $10k+ per month, plus a slice of revenue. Good social media managers charge $3k to $5k per month.
To the surprise of many, some beginners get paid $1,000 to $2,000 each month. So, even if you’re starting from scratch, with the right training, you can have a profitable business quickly.
What’s also great about becoming a social media manager is that it’s one of the steadiest sources of income around.
I know social media managers who have five or so clients, each paying them $1,000 to $2,000 every month. And after the work is done getting a client’s campaign set up, they only have to dedicate a few hours per week to each client.
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