Regardless of whether you work for yourself or for a company, deciding to make more money as a graphic designer is certainly an achievable goal. But, this begs the question, how do you make extra money reliably as a graphic designer, without subjecting yourself to an excessive amount of stress along the way?
Money Making Methods
This is basically the Wild West of ways to earn money. You'd be surprised at the number of weird gigs there are out there. Some really work. Others are garbage. That's why I created this tag - to chronicle all the weird ways I've discovered to make money and see which ones really work.
Another similar category to explore is the Side Hustle Category. It's not really that different than this one, but you'll find more options there if you can't find anything you like here.
Honestly though, most of that stuff is still just trading dollars for hours, and not really seeking financial freedom. That's why I do affiliate marketing. It's scalable, meaning with time you can make more money with less work.
I get it. Not everyone wants to build a website or dedicate the time to watch your business grow while you wait for earnings to come in. For those who stick around long enough to see results, affiliate marketing can be a life changing experience for those who do feel a spark of entrepreneurship when they get their first website off the ground!
Not into affiliate marketing? No problem. Display ads like Adsense can make good money online and you don't even have to sell anything. Just get traffic to the site and get paid per impression or click. Easy (kind of)!
If you love graphic design, then trying to make money with it sounds pretty cool. And, why not? After all, the internet is so prevalent these days and that can be a powerful tool for making sales of your designs and getting yourself noticed as a creator, or just as a freelance worker.
Ok, I knew that you could make money driving for Lyft and Uber. I mean, those are pretty well-known businesses at this point. But I had NO idea that Amazon would pay you to deliver packages for them! Can you really make money with Amazon Flex, though? Or is this mostly a gimmick full of […]
Having a van certainly provides people with opportunities, especially as you have the space to carry a large amount of stuff. In fact, van owners frequently find that they are asked for favors from friends, family members and even acquaintances. With this in mind, it isn’t surprising that many people end up turning towards the idea of using this as a way to make money.
Running a car certainly isn’t the cheapest of tasks and it can feel like you’re always having to pay for something, like repairs, gas or insurance. Yet, your car doesn’t have to be a drain on your finances. Instead, it can even be possible to make money with your car. In this post, I’m going to look at a number of key ways to do this. Some of them may be unsuitable for your situation, while you might find that other options work well.