Selling Websites As A Side Business – Part Time Profits Outsourcing

This won’t make you rich, but it can pay the bills.

Basically, you’re going to hire two outsourcers and then sell the websites they build for you. This has been done by at least one marketer that I know personally, and I’m sure many others have found similar success with this business model.

Here are the details:

Hire two outsourcers, possibly from the Philippines or anywhere you can get excellent full time help for about $500 each per month.

One outsourcer should be versed in all phases of website building and PhotoShop. Things they will need to do: Install WordPress sites, install plugins, install autoresponder forms, use Photoshop to create website graphics as needed, etc.

The second outsourcer is a good writer, preferably a VERY good writer, able to research and write about most any topic.

This is your team.

One thing to know – work expands to fill the time allotted. So if you give your team two weeks to build a site, that’s how long it will take. Instead, see if they can do it in 2 days. For what you want done, it should only take 2 days. In fact, for the website builder it should only take one day, and two days for the writing.

Now then, the first site your team is going to build will be for you. It should be an authority blog, containing several posts and an embedded YouTube video or two.

You choose the domain name, let them know what you’re looking for, then let them sort out everything else.

This is going to be your example website. Of course, you can continue to build this site out over time, making it a true authority site.

And you can use the outsourcers to do this for you. But first and foremost, you want to treat it as your example website.

Now you launch an offer to build authority websites for other people in the niches of their choosing. You can start by notifying your list of your new service, place an ad on Warrior and branch out to Facebook after that.

Charge whatever you like – $300 is a good price but it’s up to you.

The website will be a unique authority blog in whatever niche they choose, with perhaps 5 posts already written, all the plugins in place, basic SEO, a domain of its own… you get the idea.

You’re paying your team $1000 a month, so you

need to make 4 sales to be in profit.

But realistically your team can build 10 sites a month, spending 2 days on each site and working 5 days a week.

10 sales at $300 is $3,000, minus the $1,000 you pay your team leaves you with a $2,000 profit.

Of course, you can charge more, offer different packages and so forth.

For example, your deluxe package might contain 15 posts and cost $700, depending on how good your team is and how well you do at selling the sites.

If you find your team has downtime between orders, you can have them create a product for you, or build sites which you then sell premade.

There is some work in getting the sales and communicating the desires of the client to your workers. But it shouldn’t take you more than an hour a day to accomplish this.

And once your other ventures are making enough money that you don’t want to be bothered with this endeavor anymore, you can always sell it as a turnkey business.

Sweet!

Maximize Return on Your Content With The Repurpose Method

Here’s how to make your content timely, highly

relevant and super hot, every single time.

Let’s face it – online marketing is and always will be about selling stuff to people. Simple.

The techniques might change (somewhat) and the methods we use become more refined, but it’s still all about selling products and services people need or want.

Keeping that in mind, it’s very simple to write a

series of reports on all of the basics.

For example: “How to start a Facebook Fan Page and get 1000 fans interacting with your product.”

“How to build a profitable list of 10,000 people in 3 months.”

“How to create products, how to drive traffic, how to use social media, etc.”

You get the idea.

Now then, here’s the trick to making your

content super timely and hot: Watch the news.

See what the latest brew-ha-ha in marketing is. For example, did Google make yet another change that threw website owners for a loop?

Then your ‘how to drive traffic’ report can be repurposed into: “How to Drive as Much Traffic as you Want without Google

Did Facebook make major changes to their advertising policy?

Repurpose your Facebook Fan Page report into, “How to Get All the Facebook Leads You Want WITHOUT Buying Facebook Ads”

Or for your, “How to make a product” report, you could take the latest marketing trend and write something like this: “5 Products [New Trend] Users are Screaming for That You Can Make in 2 Days.”

In each case, you’ll just go into your Word file, update your document with the new title, add or change the bits specific to the current news or trend, and you’ve got a hot selling new product to offer.

Place it on Warrior, JVZoo, etc. Either promote it to your list, or buy enough traffic to get some sales. Your goal is to get noticed by the affiliates, and from there it’s Profit City for you and your evergreen content.

The beauty of this system isn’t just that you can repurpose your best content over and over again.

When news of a marketing change or new trend hits, you can get your highly relevant product to market almost overnight, filling a market gap practically the moment it’s created.

Plus, isn’t it wonderful to continue getting paid for content you wrote once, and only need to modify to make it highly relevant again?

One more tip: If you don’t like to write, you can always search for PLR. Then update and tweak it to make it relevant to what’s happening now.

5 Methods to Advertise Your Online Business Offline

Ironically, some of the older methods have once again become more effective. As everyone else vies for attention online, consider doing something old school, such as…

1: Sending Postcards

When you send an email, it’s easily ignored or deleted. A message on social media carries even less weight.

But a real life, physical piece of mail that lands in their mailbox is something they will take notice of. And postcards are cheaper to mail than letters.

Here’s what to do: Decide on the goal of your postcard – do you want them to join your list? Attend your webinar event? Go to a sales page?

Once you have your goal, use testing to find just the right slant for your offer. A postcard is a relatively small space, so every word and every image has got to pull its own weight. But once you find the magic mailing piece, you can continue to mail it out for months and even years, as long as it remains effective.

Know the lifetime value of your customer. This will help you determine what kind of conversion rate you need with your postcard mailers to be in profit.

Send the postcards yourself, or use a postcard mailing service. Simply Google “postcard mailing service” and you’ll find a company to match your needs.

2: Sending Lumpy Mail

What’s the best way to get your mailing piece to stand out? Make it lumpy.

If you’ve ever received a non-profit solicitation for a donation, you probably know what we’re talking about. They send pennies, pens, calendars, packs of greeting cards and all sorts of things to get you to open their envelope.

And of course once you have their free gift, the law of reciprocity kicks in and you want to send them something back.

For our purposes, think of something unusual and cost effective, such as…

  • A pebble (because of the rocky time they’ve had, or the rocky time ahead if they don’t get your product)
  • Seed packets (to ‘grow’ their business, grow their profits, etc.)
  • A compass (so they can find their way)
  • A thumb     drive    loaded      with   your    promotional materials
  • Worry stones (because they’re up at night, worrying about their business or how to pay the bills)
  • Poker chips (because they shouldn’t gamble on other products or providers)
  • Aspirin in a packet to ease their pain
  • A paper wallet because you’ll show them how to fill it with money
  • A sand timer for when they’re running out of time
  • And so f

Again, there are services to help you accomplish this. For example, http://lumpymail.com is a good starting point.

3: Print Ads

The trick here is to make your ad look like an article in the magazine or newspaper you’re advertising in. Let’s say you’re advertising in a magazine – get an issue and see how their articles are formatted. Two columns? Three? What font do they use? What about picture placement?

Write your ad as more of an advertorial than a regular ad. You might have to put the words, “Paid advertisement” at the top of your ad, but it will still convert better than if your ad looks like an ad.

Have a great headline and use lots of sub-headlines to keep the reader on the page.

Have a strong call to action for an irresistible offer. The offer should be so good people simply cannot resist it, whatever it is.

 

4: Get a local column

This is an excellent technique for local business consultants. If you live in a small to medium sized city, your local newspaper might be thrilled if you would volunteer your services to write them a column each week on a topic that interests their readers.

If not, you might consider taking out a weekly ad and making it look like a column. In some respects, this is actually preferable to writing the column for free, since you’ll have more control over your topics.

Be very helpful in what you write. Only the last line or two should promote your business. The bulk of your column should be helpful information that people can use.

This will set you up as the authority and the person people turn to when they need your services.

5: Birthday cards

Here’s something that used to be common and no longer is, which is why it will make you stand out from the crowd of marketers like a beacon on a hill. Send REAL birthday cards through the mail to your best customers.

You might collect their birthday (Month and day, not year) when they check out. You might even tell them WHY you’re collecting it. Let them know it’s optional, but you’d really like to remember them on their birthday.

Most people will be eager share their birthdate with you. Or you can hop on Facebook and discover their birthday there if they have it listed.

If you don’t want to send the cards yourself, use a service such as postable.com, sendoutcards.com or the greetingcardshop.com.

Now then – a person might interact

with a few hundred people and companies online over the course of a year. But odds are you will be the only one who remembers their birthday. That makes you pretty special.

You might include an offer of a free birthday gift in your card, too. Perhaps a video you recorded for their birthday (you can use the same one for everyone) and a download link for a free product.

Guaranteed they will be opening your emails and following you closely on social media after that.

 

7 Steps To Help Light A Fire and Change Your Life

Some people need to build a full time income in their business before they can feel comfortable leaving their jobs. Perhaps they have a family and mortgage, and they need to know their income is solid before taking the plunge to full time.

Others have to leave their jobs before they’ll get busy and start their business. For them, they need the ‘sink or swim terror’ to inspire them to take massive action.

No matter which camp you fall into, here’s what’s true for nearly everyone:

  1. Your reason ‘why’ isn’t just a nice thing to have – it’s crucial for your success. The bigger your reason ‘why’ when you’re starting your own business, the more likely you will stick to it and do whatever it takes to succeed.
  2. To make your fledgling business a success, you need massive, undistracted action. For example, consider taking a week off from work, moving into a motel room away from all distractions, and creating your own product and sales funnel.
  3. If you don’t know how to do something, you have 2 choices: A: Learn to do it your This takes time and will often derail any momentum you had. For some, it will mean putting off starting the business for weeks and even months. B: Outsource that sucker and move on.
  4. Nearly everyone does better, accomplishes more and reaches success faster if they get a coach. Just sayin’.
  5. Once you taste success, you will never go back. I’ve almost never seen someone make money in their new business and then drop the whole thing to go back to a job. Once that fire is lit, there really is no turning back.
  6. Having your own business is not only financially freeing, it also instills a sense of self confidence that enhances almost every other aspect of your life.
  7. Starting your own business means overcoming your related fears, whatever those might Once you achieve success, you’ll find you’re able to overcome even greater fears and accomplish more than you dared hope back when you were safely enslaved. Errr… I mean employed.

If there’s a bottom line to this, it’s this: Decide what you’re going to do. Give yourself a deadline. Then move heaven and earth to get it done, and you will succeed.

 

Learn how to live with the Secrets only the Wealthy Know…

That’s the question posed in an online forum recently.

Answers ran the gamut of the spectrum, but here are 28 we found especially helpful, in completely random order…

Become financially educated. Read personal finance management books, starting with Rich Dad Poor Dad. Learn how to budget and how to invest.

Live frugally. If you’re thinking you can’t save more of your money, take a look at homeless people who live on almost nothing. Yes, you can save money. Stop eating out so often. Cancel the cable. Don’t buy a new car. Don’t buy a new used car until you absolutely need one.

Always pay yourself first. Devote the first 10-30% of your pay to savings and investments.

Spend money on assets (real estate, stocks, bonds, etc.) not liabilities (everything that loses value the moment you purchase it). Thinking of buying a new car even though your old one is fine? Take that money and invest it in your business, in stocks, in real estate or something that is an asset. Then buy a good used car in a few years, when you really need one.

Don’t care what people think of you. Your neighbors think you’re poor because you don’t buy new cars? Little do they know that $20,000 you would have spent on a car is now earning you a 10% compound interest rate.

Invest in yourself. Self- education equals new knowledge. Add execution to that new knowledge and you get results. Repeat continuously.

Find ways to help as many people as possible. The more you can help others get what they want, the more money you can make.

Scale. Don’t render services when you can mass produce products. Better to make a $10 profit on a million sales than a $1,000 profit on 100 sales.

Stuck on services? Go upscale. If you’re going to render services, find the niches that pay the most.

Have multiple streams of income. This way if something happens to one, you are still in good shape overall.

Sell stuff. Lots of stuff. Hire others to help you,

so that your earnings are no longer tied to your hours.

Always keep the return on investment in mind,

whether your investment is time or money.

When you want to buy something, figure out how to make the money. Don’t take money out of your savings to buy a car or a vacation. Instead, figure out how to make the extra money needed to cover the new expense.

Be friends with people who have more money than you. Their mindsets and thought processes will rub off on you. That said, do not try to compete with them – keep the car and house you have now, at least for awhile.

Leverage your abilities to their fullest extent instead of working harder to get ahead. Forget working hard and focus on working smart. For example, a personal coach can create a course and sell it for $297 a million times over, but can only coach a few people one-on-one at any given time.

Take calculated risks. Failure is a part of the journey. If you’re too afraid to fail, you will never take the smart, calculated risks needed to become wealthy.

Use your head more than your heart. Make your financial decisions based on provable fact rather than gut instinct.

If you have a business, work ON it, not in it. Your labor isn’t needed to make the business a success – your ideas and leadership are.

Things like sports and entertainment are simply distractions for the masses. While you’re watching sports and shows 2-6 hours a day, the rich are making million dollar contacts, doing deals and starting businesses. If you get more of whatever you focus on – maybe it’s time to stop focusing on distractions and start focusing on your finances.

Bad decisions are better than no decisions. Any decision that moves you forward is better than total inaction. The key is make decisions quickly and work until you get results.

Confidence and belief in your ability will take you further, faster. The higher your confidence and the more you believe in what you’re doing, the easier it is to bring others on board, to convince buyers and to make money.

Having a lot of money doesn’t change life as much as you think. It’s not a magic shield from illness, tragedy or loss. You’re no smarter for having it (although perhaps wiser if you made the money yourself.) You still have problems, although they might be an entirely new set of problems. On the plus side, you never have to worry about putting food on the table or paying bills, which frees you up to think about bigger things.

People will look at you differently when you are rich. The upside is they respect you more. The downside is most people will want something from you.

It’s best to not flaunt your money, but instead put it to work to make more money. Many millionaires drive beat up cars and live in perfectly average homes. Few people know they are rich and they like it that way.

Don’t buy stuff you don’t need. Rent it, borrow it or do without. And don’t carry a balance on credit cards. Ever.

Never borrow money to make discretionary purchases. Only borrow money to make money.

Start with the end in mind. If you’re starting a

company, from day 1 ask yourself what to do to make your company as valuable as possible so you can one day sell it for millions.

Lastly, having money is power. Power to help

any charity you choose. Power to help anybody or anyone. Power to make positive changes in your community, positively impact the lives of others and make the world a better place.

Best Etsy Method to Bring $300 A Day in Sales

You can drive traffic through valuable content, or you can simply purchase Facebook ads and then optimize them for the maximum return on your investment.

Think of it as building a money machine. You put in 50 cents of advertising, you take a dollar out. Then you tweak your machine to produce that dollar on only 25 cents of advertising, and then you rinse and repeat.

Here’s how:

Spend an hour or two researching on Etsy. You are looking for products that that are selling well and appear to be massively underpriced.

You can tell how popular a product is by the number of times it’s been favorited as well as the number of times it’s been reviewed.

You’re not looking for well known, branded items because the competition on those is too fierce and the profits are too low. Instead, you’re looking for unique white-label products that show well.

Look for products priced well below what you would consider paying for them. High value and low price means there is an opportunity there for you to exploit.

And of course it must be an item that the seller can continually supply to you, whether they are creating the item themselves or drop shipping. One-of-a-kind items won’t work.

Promoting the items you choose off of Etsy is going to give you an advantage. You won’t be limited by Etsy’s platform and user base.

And you can retarget, bringing prospects back to your item for a second viewing.

Remember, it often takes seeing a product more than once to convince a prospect to become a buyer.

Once you find items that appear underpriced and are doing well, you can check Alibaba to see if they are drop shipping, and if so, how much they are paying. You can then go straight through Alibaba, if you choose.

Or if you prefer to go through the Etsy seller, or it’s an item the Etsy seller is making, then you’ll need to contact them.

Your email might read,

Hi, I’m   and I run online e-commerce stores. I love your Etsy store, and I especially like the   product. I am interested in selling it from my store – would you be interested in supplying me?

I’m looking for a drop shipping arrangement. Basically, when I make a sale I’ll email you with the customer’s info, and you’ll ship it directly to them for me.

Please let me know if you’re interested and we’ll work out the details.

Categories of items to look for:

Bath and body products – These are generally made by the Etsy sellers themselves, and they can often be purchased cheaply and sold for a very large markup. For example, you might sell a $3 item for $10-$15.

Jewelry – again, the markup on jewelry is potentialy very large. Look for items targeted to certain groups of people. For example, jewelry with cats on it for cat lovers, jewelry for fans of sports teams, personalized jewelry for young girls, etc.

Household items – beautiful clocks, artwork, candle holders, etc.

Novelty items – this could be anything that is extremely eye-catching in the photos. For example, there is a product called Fairy Dust in a Bottle. The bottle of ‘fairy dust’ lights up, and it sells like hotcakes. Show a great photo of this on Facebook to the right target market, and odds are you’ll do extremely well.

Anything that presents really well in a photograph, is underpriced and in demand is a good choice. It’s better to choose products that are colorful or eye-catching in some way. As they say, the right photo is worth a thousand words.

One last note:

Keep strict track of your math. If you’ve got a $10 margin on a product, and it’s costing you $5 of advertising per sale, then it’s simply a matter of scaling up the advertising to make more money. 20 sales a day would be $100 in profit per day and $700 profit per week.

See if you can adjust your targeting and your advertising to do even better.

Then find more products and repeat the process.

This is a really easy way to make good money online in your spare time.

And anyone can do it. It just takes some research and legwork, as well as a good knowledge of Facebook ads to make a profitable success from it.

Quick Offline Case Study to Create $1,500 a Month in Passive Income

Every now and then I like to show an offline method of making money.

And this method, as a bonus, will give you an “in” with local businesses by offering them a very low cost way to advertise.

Once you’ve signed them up for this service, you can then offer other services, such as website development and SEO.

Here’s the case study in a nutshell:

While waiting in line to prepay for gas, this guy notices that no customer – including himself – remembers what their pump number is.

They all have to turn around, crane their necks and stare out the window to figure it out.

So this guy goes home and develops a map of the gas station layout on his laptop. He then goes back to the gas station and speaks to the owner.

He offers to make a professional looking, laminated version for the counter-top so customers can point to where their car is.

And of course this map will include tasteful ads promoting local businesses.

The gas station owner has 4 stations in all. They agree to split profits 50/50 on the advertising.

Our guy gets advertisers for all 4 locations signed up within the week. 8 ads per map, 4 maps,

$25 per ad per week, payable for a month at a time.

That’s $3200 that he splits with the station owner.

And of course that’s $3200 per month. Naturally he could do the same for other gas stations, as well as any other potential ad space.

And if you think about it – EVERYTHING is potential ad space.

Using this simple technique, you can make some quick cash and also get your foot in the door to provide many other online services for your new brick and mortar customers.

 

10+2 Signs You are on the Path to Being Super Successful

Do you have what it takes to succeed in your own online business? You do if you have the following qualities…

1. You’re relentlessly persistent. When you decide to do something, you tenaciously work towards that goal until it is completed, no matter what.

2. You’re realistically optimistic. You know that believing you’ll grow wings and fly won’t make it true. But you also know there is a method by which you can fly, and you’ll keeping believing this until you find a way to do it.

3. You take failures in stride. Yes, you did all you could, but you failed anyway. But you realize this is just part of the success process. So instead of lamenting the loss, you ask yourself, “What’s great about this?” And you take what you learned and apply it to your next attempt.

4. Your face is in the dictionary under the word “self-improvement.” While some people think learning ends with graduation, not you. You are continuously reading and learning more and more, and putting what you learn into practice.

5. You take action. Planning is a necessary part of the process, but you know that nothing happens until you take action.

6. You keep an open mind. You realize you don’t have all the answers, and you’re willing to listen to others to find the answers you seek.

7. You maximize your strengths and delegate your weaknesses. Some folks think they need to work on their weaknesses – not you. If you’re not good at something, you’re smart enough to outsource it.

Instead, you focus your efforts where they shine, and that’s what makes you and your business successful.

8. You’re ambitious. Sure, you could settle for a small online business that just covers the bills. But instead you’re looking to create a real business you can sell in 5-7 years for 7 or 8 figures. Shoot for the clouds and you might only hit the rooftops. But shoot for the stars and you’ll at least hit the moon, which is pretty darn good.

9. You set goals. You can’t get someplace if you don’t know where you’re going, so you set goals to keep yourself moving and on track.

10. You spend 90% of your time on the present, 10% on the future, and no time on the past. The past is over and done. Childhood was lousy? Didn’t get into the school you wanted? Passed over for that promotion? First business failed? No matter because it’s ancient history. You’re all about what you can accomplish right here, right now, with an occasional eye to the future.

11. You delight in delaying gratification. Sure, you could watch TV right now, but you know there is a bigger reward to be had down the road if you just keep working instead.

12. You don’t listen to naysayers. There’s always somebody ready to tell you that you can’t do it, you shouldn’t do it or you’re an idiot for trying. But you just smile, say thanks for the advice and keep on doing what you need to do to be successful.

After all, the best revenge on naysayers is success. And if you have at least 8 of these 12 qualities, you’re almost certainly going to meet with success on a grand scale, and soon.

Tips For When Stressed Entrepreneurs Need An Evening Off

As with most things we hold dear and have a passion for, it is quite easy to get swept up in our entrepreneurship to the point that it takes over, demanding every moment of our emotional, mental, and sometimes even physical existence. We wake up early each morning and go to bed late each night, all in the pursuit of escaping the 9-5 grind.

Ironically, it’s a life that usually sentences us to much longer hours than just 8 per day, but we happily oblige, all the same.

Having said that, it’s quite common that we can become consumed to the point of over-stressing and while this pace can be sustained for some time, it’s healthy to people to take an evening off when you need it.

Instead of checking your phone until 2am only to drift off for a few hours of sleep, wake up at 6 and do it all over again, here are a few tips to help you catch a few hours of uninterrupted bliss.

1) Be ok with ignoring people. One of the biggest things that catch us is a late night email or text coming through that seems like it just can’t wait.

The reality is, it can. Learn to be OK with leaving your inbox sitting there waiting for you until the morning (because it will still be waiting there!).

Set an out of office type reply, if even just for one evening, if you really think delaying your responses for a few hours is going to cause anyone to panic.

2) Turn off read receipts! One of the ways we pressure ourselves into replying is via the nifty-yet-annoying feature on many messaging apps that let someone know when you’ve ready their message. At this point, we cave to the social pressure to respond and the cycle continues. Many apps allow you to actually dig into their settings and turn off this feature completely, leaving you free to reply on your own time without having to feel like you’ve been rude.

3) Do something entirely unrelated. Watch a movie that has nothing to do with the business world, play a video game, write a funny song on guitar for the evening. You’ll quickly find that an intentional diversion becomes something you don’t have to think about, and eats up a few hours that give your mind a much, much needed rest.

4) Spend time in the company of those who have nothing to do with your job. Even at an after-work or social event with anyone you work with, the conversation inevitably tables a familiar turn. Instead, turn to your family or friends for socializing that won’t have to end up pertaining to what you already spend so much of your time on.

Nights off can be rare, whether once per week, once per month, or once every 2-3 months is the ratio that works for you, just make sure you’re dedicated to the cause when you finally take them.

Another tip is to try to consolidate the tools you use in your internet marketing business so you have less tools to learn and keep track of which can really lower your stress level at work which makes your days more enjoyable so you hopefully need less breaks and days off.

3 Services You Can Start Offering Now

Sometimes when people start out on their entrepreneurship journey, they aren’t certain of what they want to do. They know they want to escape a 9-5 grind and live life on their own terms, but the exact means they’ll use to fund this life might be a bit of a mystery.

Obviously, that’s a big problem as – depending on your financial reserves – sitting around contemplating for too long isn’t usually an option for most people. So you need to bring in some cash, and fast.

Here are just a few ways that virtually anyone can start offering services that bring them cash almost immediately.

1) Content writing. Are you knowledgeable in an area that other people are currently operating a business in? Perhaps you know a thing or two about winter fashions and you notice an up and coming clothing brand that could use some better blog posts or content for Medium.

Reach out and offer to write for brands, you’d be surprised how quickly you can acquire loyal clients through this method – seriously!

2) Queue social content for brands. Honestly, for how simple of a task it can be, many brands don’t want to deal with finding interesting or funny content to share across their twitter profiles, facebook pages, and Instagram profiles, and will pay nicely just to have you spend a couple of hours queuing things up for the week so that they don’t have to worry about what’s coming out next on their pages. Because this work doesn’t have a particularly high skill barrier to entry, it’s easy to get started for friends, family, local businesses, acquaintances, etc. without any sort of longterm experience in social media. Remember, anything relatively new is usually a great opportunity for you to cash in on while everyone else ‘can’t be bothered’ to learn to execute it for themselves – your gain!

3) Design and art. While living off of art seems to be some kind of nebulous dream for many around the world, there are actually a lot of opportunities to apply artistic talents to profitable business opportunities.

People on freelancing sites, Fiverr, etc. are offering up whatever they have a making a killing. Clever at songwriting? Offer to write intro jingles to people’s podcasts or other endeavors. Like drawing with pencils? Offer to turn people’s logos or photos into pencil sketches for them. Have a great voice? Offer to record testimonials, video voiceovers, etc. There is money to be made in talents you already have, guaranteed.

Which you find to be the most profitable will come down to your own skill and time availability, but these can be great launching pads for finding your direction and making connections with those you can later partner with or who can recommend you to others or make introductions – plus you can start supporting yourself along the way without the need for any laborious build up time. Get out there!