7 Working ways to earn money online 2020

# 7 Working ways to earn money online 2020 **1. Freelancing** Freelancing has always been a popular way to earn money online and the Internet has a plethora of options. There are several websites offering freelance tasks for people with varying skills. All you need to do is to create an account, browse through the listings, and apply for the task that suits you. Some websites may even require you to create a personal listing with the details of your skillset, so that interested clients can contact you directly. Outfiverr.com, upwork.com, freelancer.com, and worknhire.com are some websites that provide freelance jobs. You can earn anywhere between $5 and $100 through these websites. But remember, you will only be paid once you complete your task and it has been approved by your client. This may even mean revising the work several times unless the requirements of your clients are not met. Some sites may ask you to set up a PayPal account, as most clients prefer to make payments through it. **2. Start your own website** There is enough material available online to help you put together your own website. This includes choosing the domain, templates, layout and the overall design for your website. Once ready to service the visitors with the relevant content, sign up for Google Adsense, which when appear on your website and clicked on by visitors, help you make money. The more traffic you get on your website, the more will be the potential for higher earnings. **3. Affiliate Marketing** Once your website is up and running, opt for affiliate marketing by allowing companies to insert web links on to your site. This is like a symbiotic partnership. When visitors to your site buy products or services by clicking on such links, you earn out from it. **4. Starting Your Own Blog** [](https://www.thebalancesmb.com/simple-ways-make-money-online-2531879# "Pin to Pinterest") One of the most popular ways to make money online is by starting your own blog. You can start your blog around just about any topic that you're passionate about, but you may want to consider choosing a profitable niche market if you intend to make money with your blog. Use your blog to share hobbies, thoughts, and passions with others and use your blog to make real connections with people. The mechanics are straightforward, and you'll be able to profit with your blog via online advertising (e.g. Google Adwords), affiliate marketing (_see below_), and subscriber-based lists to produce a steady stream of income. There are many ways to make money with a blog. This is one of the fastest ways to get your own piece of "virtual real estate". One thing to keep in mind is that these days there really is little difference between a website and a blog. Most websites are actually run on blog based content management systems, such as WordPress. Your blog doesn't just have to include blog posts, but can include regular web pages, sales pages, e-commerce, product pages, etc. **5. YouTube** If you are not comfortable in penning down your thoughts through blogs and content writing, make use of your camera to create a video presentation. Create your YouTube channel, upload videos and start monetising them. Choose a category or subject that you want to make videos on and get started, but make sure it's a topic that will interest a lot of people. Everything from cooking shows to political debates can find many takers on YouTube. You have to create a YouTube channel, which works on a similar model as a blog. As you make your channel popular and the number of subscribers grows, so will your earning potential. The payment one gets is based on every thousand views. **6. Articles Writing** If you love to write, there’s no greater reward than making a living from your art. While becoming an author is a great way to do that, it’s not the only path. Many writers make good money from online content, penning articles for online outlets. Even if that’s not an avenue you want to explore, you might want to create some quality online content to attract potential readers to your [author website](https://www.standoutbooks.com/6-features-fiction-writers-websites/), or as a way of marketing your other work. Thanks to the internet, people are reading more than ever, whether it’s a lengthy essay from an online magazine or a pithy, 140-character tweet. In fact, if it wasn’t for written content, the web would essentially just be filled with _Real Housewives_ reaction GIFs, and more videos of cats than there are actual cats in the real world. Writing articles either for your own blog or for publication elsewhere can not only be financially rewarding, it can also increase your audience’s awareness of you, as well as attract more to the flock. It’s also a great way to exercise your writing muscles on a regular basis. Those are some of the reasons you should consider writing articles online, but how can you go about it? My two-part guide is intended to answer that question, beginning with this first installment that focuses on structure and writing techniques. **7 From Google Play Store** Today, the mobile apps are used in just about any industry. Companies can make money with mobile apps in many different ways. When your app is popular, and rank high in the app stores, it will make a lot more money. That is mainly due to getting more ad revenue and in-app sales. We can easily argue that Google Play Store is the leading app platform today. It keeps on growing still! Day by day, new users join the Android world. Android users outnumber iOS users by almost 3 times. Play Store is where they get their apps safely. Now, I’m sure you would like to find out how to make money from Google Play Store. Such a source is too good to ignore. Let’s look at your monetization options below! #### **Selling your app on Google Play Store.** The most direct way to **make money from Google Play Store** would be selling your app, no doubt about that. Though, if you want users to prefer your paid app over free alternatives, you will need to offer a much better service than those. If you can get the users to prefer your paid app then you have found the most direct way to make money from your app. However, it isn’t always easy to be successful with paid apps. You will need to target a very specific niche and provide the best solution there. If you can’t solve a very specific problem of your target audience, and do it in the best way compared to others who try, users will not be too likely to choose your app. It may also be good to know that iOS users are more inclined to buy paid apps compared to Android users. #### **Earning money from in-app purchases** In-app purchases are one of the most common ways to generate money with your app. They are used most commonly in games and other entertainment apps. Offering items like game cash, new characters, character outfits etc. can be desirable enough for your users to pay for them. This way you can keep your app free to download and enjoy, but still make money with it. If your app is not a game, you can still follow this option. For example, you can offer basic functionality for free, but make certain features _“premium”_ and allow users to buy them. However, do consider that in recent years many users developed a dislike towards in-app sales and microtransactions. Especially games that heavily feature paid items are labeled “pay to win” and may be avoided by some users. You need to find a fine balance here. #### **Make money via [in-app-advertising** According to surveys, 49 percent of mobile apps feature in-app ads. While in past ad revenues were behind in-app purchases by some margin, the gap is closing each year. This option also allows you to provide your app for free to the users. Therefore, you can get many more users to download and try out your app. Unlike in-app purchase option, users will not need to pay anything to enjoy your app. Just saying “no in-app purchases” in your app description alone can get more users to download your app. Although they are not mutually exclusive at all. You can use in-app sales and ads together to make even more money with your app. Although this also needs a fine balance. If you feature both ads and purchases heavily, they may appear too “in your face” to users. You walk a fine line if you want to use both options together. Another point to consider is that moderation is the key to success with mobile ads. Do not put gigantic ads every few minutes. This will detract the users from what they are trying to do, and impact user experience very negatively. One way to get users to consume ads happily is to offer rewards for watching ad videos. You can offer users credits, coupons or game items for watching ads. This way they will opt to watch the ads on their own volition, and feel rewarded for this. #### **Making money with a sponsorship** If you can get a sponsorship deal for your app, benefits of it can be many-fold. First, a well-known sponsor can help with your app’s publicity. Then, a good sponsorship deal can cover many of your design, development and marketing costs, therefore increase your revenues. With one or more sponsors for your app, you will start the race to make money from Google Play Store ahead of the starting line! #### **Generating money with a subscription system** If your app is suitable for a subscription model, this too can help you with making money. If your app features fitness routines, you can offer more specific workouts for your subscribed users. Or if you stream video or music, subscribers may get better quality or more playlist options. If you create content and share it on your app, you may allow subscribers to access new content earlier than free users. Finally, your app may offer campaigns, coupons or discounts to your subscribers for a small fee. Your income would be in parallel with your subscriber counts, and hence predictable. Thus, setting this option apart from in-app purchases and ad revenues, which can be more unpredictable. Don't forget to subscribe us on YouTube: [SUBSCRIBE NOW](https://www.youtube.com/DIPESHPAL17)_**

-dipeshpal, May 15, 2020, 8:30 a.m.




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