In our modern day, the internet has become the largest and most popular place to find out information. Regardless of the topic, people consistently turn to websites to find out the answers that they need. So then, it shouldn’t be a surprise that selling information products online has become such a popular way to make money.
This category is for all the varieties of ways to make money on the side, including some non traditional ideas or breakdowns of more familiar gigs.
There's lots of app reviews, survey reviews, website reviews, writing gig reviews, and collected information on "rumors" of how to earn money online. Sometimes, an idea sounds great but you don't know until you try (or at least collect information from other people that tried!)
Don't worry. Not all of the topics discussed are all about living in the online world. There's plenty of other stuff like mowing lawns, hauling garbage, or even being a camgirl (What, you don't think they rake in cash?).
The online environment has become a powerful tool for selling just about everything you can image and greeting cards are no exception to that rule. Now, the idea that you can make money selling greeting cards online might sound a little bit strange but this is actually something that people do and some have turned this into a surprisingly successful business.
With the popularity of computers, the idea to make money selling software online can sound like a great plan. If done right, it can be a good way to make money, especially if you are promoting something that people actually want and need. But, actually being successful in this field is a bit more complex than it first appears.
Today, I want to talk about one specific idea, trying to make money selling Legos online. There can be no doubt that, as a product, Legos truly are popular. In some ways, that popularity is even increasing over time, especially with all the new sets that get released.
Traditionally, if you wanted to buy crafts, then you’d go to a small specialized store or to a market. That’s still the case some of the time but nowadays, people often go online instead. I mean, you can find pretty much anything online and that include handmade crafts. That brings us to the other side of the equation. If you can buy crafts online, can you make money selling crafts online too?