I made $6000 online πŸ’Έ

I'm a passionate Web developer building useful products. I am just getting started.

I'm just 14 🀯 Here is how I did it πŸ§΅πŸ‘‡οΈ

🀝 Sold Side Projects ($2700)
πŸ† Won Hackathons ($2000)
πŸš€ Sponsorship ($890)
πŸ“˜ eBooks ($370)
✍️ Technical Writing ($150)
1. Sold Side Projects ($2700)

I am passionate about Front-end Web Development, and I enjoy building cool applications while I learn. So far, I've created six apps, of which two have been sold.

- moodly.site β†’ for $2000
- loficlub.vercel.app β†’ for $700
2. Won Hackathons ($2000)

Hackathons were my first source of income. They caught my attention and I got involved. I won prizes in 4 consecutive hackathons also helped me boost my skills.
3. Sponsorship ($870)

I worked hard to build an audience and it paid off. After I reached 7K, companies contacted me to promote their product.

Also, people supported my free apps by giving me a cup of coffee.
4. eBooks ($370)

Though I did not sell any paid eBooks, the community is so generous to support me as they liked the content and found it valuable.

Get my free eBook here: gum.co/10k-audience
5. Technical Writing ($170)

I've only written a few paid blogs. For the first blogs, I was paid $20 and later, I got an offer to write for $150 for a blog.

I found myself comfortable in building rather than writing, so I didn't proceed further with writing.

I've been in web development for one year and it's already been a magical experience. I am looking forward to improving myself and getting better every day.

Tip: Building is the best way to learn something!
Thank you for reading so far. Here are my future plans:

πŸ› οΈ Continue building, more products
πŸ’ͺ Establish a strong personal brand
πŸ‘₯ Connect with more amazing people
My goals for 2022:

πŸ’° Build a Saas with $1k MRR
πŸ‘₯ Hit 100K followers on Twitter
πŸ’» Buy a Macbook Pro
πŸŽ“οΈ Graduate high school
I'm grateful to all my friends and family. I could not do this without you πŸ™

Looking forward to discussing this in the comments. I'd love to hear your thoughts.

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