If you love to travel or you just want to live life on your own terms working from your laptop, you may want to know which websites you can make $100 a day or more in 2020.
I’m currently a digital nomad funding my travels through freelance writing, but I’m always on the lookout for a profitable side hustle that’ll bump my earnings up.
I’ve done some research and come up with 5 websites that I’ve either used myself or know someone else who has with success.
If you want to make money online full-time or you’re just looking for some extra passive income, take a look at the five websites below to make $100 a day.
Beginner Friendly Websites to Make $100 a Day
BlogsForSale is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell online businesses. You’ll find websites for sale on there that sell for hundreds of thousands as they currently are very profitable and well established.
You can also find starter sites for sale for a few hundred dollars.
If you’re good with building simple websites, you could set one or more up in a day, generate some revenue, and then ‘flip’ them for a profit on BlogsForSale by selling them on.
If you have SEO and business building skills, you can hang onto the website for a while and build up its online presence, so when you sell it on you can demand more money for it and make well over $100 a day!
Some sellers have sold their sites at BlogsForSale for over $100,000!!
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Redbubble is a cool, creative platform that offers print-on-demand products based on user-submitted artwork. If you have art or design skills, you can put your work onto the platform and make money if someone chooses your designs to be on a product.
Redbubble handles all the product dispatch and delivery and offers a range of products including; t-shirts, phone cases, wall art, stickers, kids and baby products and stationary cases to name a few. You can set your own pricing for your art work to sell for and always keep control of your designs.
Fiverr has been around for many years and it’s a place anyone can set up a profile and make money online with the skills they have.
Some examples of the skills freelancers offer on Fiverr are; content writing, graphic designing, web developer, designer, video editing, social media marketing and even unusual gigs like Canadian voiceovers and horror artwork.
You can offer your skills to a global audience, set your rates and control how much work you take on. It’s a great place to start in the freelancing world to earn $100 a day or more while on the road.
Shutterstock has a global community of freelance image contributors and you can set up a free profile to sell your photos and videos. Once you’ve uploaded your content for sale, every time someone downloads something you’ll get a payout.
It’s great if you’re a talented photographer and take a lot of images. Over the last 15 years, Shutterstock has paid out a recorded $500 million to its contributors – well worth showing off your work on their platform!
This might be one you’ve never heard about, but it’s basically a site that allows actors, voice-over artists and producers to earn extra cash. If you have a smooth or interesting voice, you can earn cash reading audiobooks for authors so their work can be put on audiobook sites like Audible.
All you have to do is upload a sample of your work and if you get accepted by ACX, you can search and accept audiobook narrating work from the site.
Once you complete a job, you can choose to either; get paid on completion of the book by agreeing your hourly rate or share royalties from sales with the Rights Holder.
Sounds like a great gig to me – reading books for a living!
Let me know if you’ve tried any of these sites and made $100 a day or more with any of them?
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