Ways to make money online:

1. Surveys
2. E-books
3. Courses
4. Monetize your YouTube channel
5. Affiliate Marketing (Gumroad and Fiverr)
6. Flipping products
7. iPhone Repairs (you can teach yourself this)
8. Ads (if you have a large account)

Start today📚📚📚
1. Surveys

Please follow @surveypapi I learnt everything I know about surveys from him. I do a few a month. Got some pounds for my efforts.

I invest all survey income🚀
@surveypapi 2. E-books

A passage from my ebook

Everyone has a story to tell. Your story is unique. Writing an e-book takes time and preparation, but it is very rewarding. Surviving a traumatic experience, overcoming grief, competing at the Olympics or completed your first marathon...write
@surveypapi 3. Courses

Trust me, you are skilled at something. Sit back and think. It does not need to be complicated. Record that course.

Here is an amazing course to help you:

@surveypapi 4. Monetize your YouTube channel

You have to follow @OhHaiAndy He is killing it in YouTube monetization. He also has a course on how to monetize your channel.

You heard it here first🚀🚀🚀
@surveypapi @OhHaiAndy 5. Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate Marketing is selling someone else's product, service or course and earning a commission.

My ebook has an entire section on this. I have been killing it since June 2021 in Affiliate Marketing.

Buy the darn book 📚

@surveypapi @OhHaiAndy 6. Flipping

Flipping/Reselling is buying a product that is in high demand and then selling it on quickly, at a profit. You can start small, depending on the amount of capital available to you.

The possibilities are endless.....China Malls, Instagram, Takealot

Also in my book!
@surveypapi @OhHaiAndy 7. iPhone Repairs

This is totally outside my comfort zone, but if you are really good with your hands and you have time to learn...Imma plug you

@surveypapi @OhHaiAndy 8. Ads

Team up with brands and promote products you are proud of. Be very careful of just doing this for the money. I have said no to ads because they do not align with my brand.

I am not an expert here, but some people are killing it. I am still learning🙏

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