You want to earn money on the Internet? Then this website is the right place for you. You will learn from me which requirements you have to meet, how you can best earn money on the Internet – even without previous knowledge – and what you should pay attention to in order to successfully earn money online.
How can you earn money on the Internet?
First, stop looking for the Holy Grail for quick success. There are quite a few idiots on the Internet who promise quick success, all you have to do is buy an e-book package, a video course or a monthly membership.
The sooner you say goodbye to fast money, the sooner you’ll start doing the right things that will really put money in your bank account. Everyone else is welcome to chase the fast Euro note.
I earn my money by recommending other people’s products. I find good products, sign up for an affiliate program, recommend the selected products and earn a commission when someone buys a recommended product.
The only disadvantage is that you have to sell something.
And I can assure you already now: if you want to earn a lot of money on the internet, you will have to sell something, you will have to be a seller – directly or indirectly.
Otherwise no big money is earned on the Internet.
I can recommend the following tried and tested and working earning opportunities to earn money on the Internet because I have done it myself or am currently doing it:
Marketing foreign products – that’s something I do every day. I recommend other people’s products and get a commission for success. With this you can start with $0 starting capital and quickly build up a good income on the Internet.
Create and sell your own products – that’s what I do myself. I create digital products and sell them online. But for that you have to have solid knowledge in online marketing, otherwise you fall heavily on your nose.
Offering your own services – I don’t do that anymore, but it’s a very good way to earn money on the Internet. You can offer your own services and sell them.
Blogging – I don’t do that anymore either, but it is still the best and most beginner-friendly business model since the invention of the Internet. You start very small and blog on a certain topic. It builds up visitor numbers and then markets them through advertising.
Let’s look in detail at the different ways I recommend above to make money on the Internet.
1. market foreign products
It’s something I do every day. I recommend foreign products for a commission. There are millions of products on the Internet that you can recommend/market as a partner, so why should you create your own products?
You find a target group, think about how you can reach this target group with advertising and how complex the marketing will be, then look for products that are interesting for this target group and start with the actual marketing.
2. create and sell your own products
What I personally can’t recommend to beginners, even though it’s really something with a lot of potential, is to create your own products. You earn more than you would if you were the product manufacturer, but …
… to create a product that sells well has to be developed first – and that’s exactly where a lot of potential buyers fail. Logically, you also have to master sales absolutely perfectly.
If you want to earn money on the Internet as quickly as possible, then you should not produce your own products, but rather find good “finished products” and market them as “affiliates” within the framework of a partner program.
3. offer your own services
If you are generally a person who enjoys working and can reliably do a job, then it may be a good option to offer your own services.
You can search the Internet for jobs – for example as an author/text writer. Then you simply ask larger companies if they have paperwork to do at a reasonable price. Such a job can be a good start in the service industry.
One can offer services for all conceivable industries and if necessary one can offer even own services outside of the Internet.
Blogging is also a good thing if you have a lot of knowledge on a subject for which there is a demand on the Internet. Blogging doesn’t usually generate fast revenue, you should know that before you start a blog.
But with a blog you build up an almost independent platform that can lead to good revenues in the long run.
Personally, I’m not a blogger, because a blogger has to commit himself to creating content for his readers on a regular basis. It’s with this “commitment” that I have my difficulties, so I quit blogging a few years ago.