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How to Earn Extra Passive Income With Online Job or Program

Airan is an ex-financial adviser. I like to do the research on digital marketing and online business.

Earn money from online job is faster than conventional jobs.

Earn money from online job is faster than conventional jobs.

Is it feasible to make money with an internet job? No, it isn't. When I started as a financial advisor and now that I've transitioned into freelancing, most of my income comes from online sources, unlike when I was employed as a financial advisor.

My beginnings as a freelancer were humble. I started a blog and began writing financial articles in hopes of attracting additional financial planning clients.

Eventually, this strategy proved to be very effective, and money began to be generated from other internet sources. Persistence and originality are the best ways to make money with an internet career. These other sources of income quickly surpassed my own.

Energy and persistence conquer all things.

— ~ Benjamin Franklin

If I can do it, so can you. It's easier than you think to make a solid and unexpected income, whether you start your own website, learn to make a profit on other people's websites, or just start offering your skills online.

Three top ways to Earn Passive income

College can be expensive, so students need to find creative methods to pay for their education. Because of the epidemic, workers and shareholders now face a significant obstacle to earning money or starting a business.

To overcome these challenges caused by Covid-19, we need to be more alert and take a part-time job to supplement our income. Although the global environment is not favorable, there are still several opportunities for students and employees to earn money online.

1) Apply for Google AdSense

For most articles and blog posts, this is the most basic source of income, especially when it comes to internet work.

This program is remarkably simple, and all you have to do is sign up for it online. The ads are then delivered to your website by Google. You will then be given codes that you can copy and paste into your website. This application additionally personalizes the ads depending on the content of your blog.

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The beauty of this scheme is that you can embed AdSense into your blog or article at any time.

Even if you only get a few page views a month, you can make a few dollars. You get paid when you reach $100, and after you reach a few thousand monthly page views, you're well on your way to reaching that goal.

2) Do text-link in your blog or article

  • A text link is a link to another website that you can include in a blog or website article. They are found virtually everywhere on the internet, and they are the way blogs and websites communicate with each other.
    There are companies and websites that may pay you $100 or more to post the link in an article on your own website.

    Text links, on the other hand, are frowned upon by Google. Your site will be blacklisted if you include too many links, and you will lose many visitors.

3) Apply for freelance writing

You can make a decent living as a freelance writer on the internet if you have the ability to write about certain hot topics. You don't need your own blog or website to do this, as you will be selling your work to blog and website owners.

All you need to know is how to develop original material and organize it so that your reader can understand it.

My own experience

Over the years, for example, I've done some freelance writing and started at $100 a pop. The amount of money you make is determined by the number of words in each article.

Although you will make the least amount of money at first, the more articles you write, the more you will gradually make. You could easily earn $200, $300 or even more than $1,000 per post as you gain experience and establish yourself on the platform.

But the most important is that you must create an interesting and amazing content to attract more traffic to your website.

“Create content that reaches your audience’s audience.”

— – @MarketingProfs

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.

© 2021 Airan Tan

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