Are you a blogger? If yes, this answer is going to bring a big smile on your face!!! You know there are plenty of sites by using it you can start your own blog or probably you have a quality blog with amazing audience but you have no idea to monetize. So, we are providing some tips on how you can make money through your blog. Few are blogger by their choice and writer by their passion. But we all know passion cannot be only food of life, so let’s find some effective ways to make money through blog!!!
Target 1-2 Keywords Per Article – until you can successfully rank for 1 keyword for an article, don’t try targeting 2. Once you get the hang of it and are ready to write an article around 2, choose a secondary keyword that is a synonym of your primary keyword. An example would be “Slow WordPress Site” and “Why Is WordPress Slow.” Then craft your article title/SEO title/meta description to mention individual words of each – while making them read nicely.
Walk around your neighborhood or town and I’m sure you’ll see tons of great local businesses with terrible design. However, with increasingly easy-to-use tools like Adobe Illustrator, Venngage, Stencil, and Visme, just about anyone with a creative mindset and a good amount of motivation can start making money online by being a graphic designer for local companies.
Get creative and sell you and your time online in a fresh, new way (it's not what you think).  Fiverr is a website dedicated to connecting people to talented individuals to get things done. We all have talents and some of them can be quite marketable. Some of the featured gigs I noticed on Fivver include drawing an art illustration, designing logos, creating online content and even providing a voice for a Podcast intro and much more. As you might expect, gigs start at $5. The trick to making more is to offer upsells. Listen to my podcast episode with a successful Fiverr creator.
Like the bank accounts, you can sort through the many best credit card bonuses available just for opening an account. Credit card bonuses, in a way, put cash in your pocket. As an example, instead of taking your own money for a plane ticket or hotel reservation, you might receive free miles or hotel points to apply to your next reservation. This can save you a lot of money and possibly a free reservation.
Qmee is a browser extension that you can install on pretty much any browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.). Once installed, sometimes Qmee will show sponsored advertisements on the side when you're searching on any popular search engine. Each advertisement will pay a certain amount (usually a few cents or more). If you visit any of the ads you see when they pop up, you'll get that cash into your Qmee account. They will pay out instantly to Paypal no matter how much is in your account. Qmee is open to people ages 13 and up in either the US or the UK.
Hosting – I suggest joining the WordPress Hosting and WordPress Speed Up Facebook Group and see what real (unbiased) people are saying about hosting. SiteGround was #1 in multiple Facebook polls and #1 in most Facebook conversations (this one too). People who migrate usually see significant load time improvements especially if they’re currently using Godaddy/EIG. I use their semi-dedicated GoGeek plan which comes with 4x more server resources than regular shared hosting (#1 factor in WordPress Optimization Guide) and have <1s load times with 100% scores in GTmetrix/Pingdom. SiteGround also does free migrations.
Whatever products or services you advertise on your site should make sense for your niche and audience. When you try to sell products or services that will undeniably resonate with your audience, whether they are blog readers or your social media following, they will feel engaged and intrigued. When you try to sell products or services that don’t relate to them or make sense for their lives, they will immediately sense they are being “sold to,” and will become less interested in you and what you have to offer.
 It’s not really insulting I picked up a Photoshop Element 8 and Cs5 Extended while deployed to Afghanistan and before hand I had used a friend trial version with plenty of free time and nothing else to do you can become very talented in these aspects, I myself designed numerous things for my company and batallian won many awards (including a deployment coin I designed) if you have the talent you do not paticularly need to attend a $63,000 university to prove it, most of these schools (I’ve read many reviews) don’t fully go through many of the aspects required for the degrees they issue and many find they are out of school with no work and a mountain of bills, NO THANKS market yourself well enough and your personal talent can get you anywhere without a degree and four wasted years of your life.
Now, I do not know why many people today are scared to hear the word work. The truth is affiliate marketing is one of the hardest things that you will ever do in your life, but the rewards are certainly there. Once you jump into this world do not expect to make thousands in your first week. Affiliate marketing takes a lot of practice and you can expect to fail…A LOT! However, once you get the hang of it you can earn as much money as you want.

If you have previous experience as a computer programmer, or have skills in this field, then there is plenty of work you can pick up as a freelancer. If lack of confidence is holding you back, then Free Code Camp is an excellent way to get your foot in the coding door. This organization provides free courses where you will build real-life apps and programs, giving you experience and plenty to add to your CV.


 @dasjung No doubt! I know this and you know this, and any other highly skilled and educated designer will also know this. But what about the customers? The people who are looking for a logo design with much consideration of price in this economy.  Knowledge and talent expect the monetary reimbursement it deserves, but unless everybody has a trained eye to recognize it, they just aren’t going to dish out the money for it. That is the point I am trying to make. It is like calling the neighborhood handyman instead of  a high cost plumber to fix a small leak.
Mechanical Turk is Amazon's take on micro-jobs. These are small miniscule-jobs that you can do for other people, which they call HITs, or Human Intelligence Tasks. These are super simple tasks that anyone can do. Some examples are listing off some URLs with certain kinds of images for one cent, or recording a few phrases with a microphone for 6 cents.
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