There are so many stories on the platform educating "Medium Regulars" on how to make money through the partnership program.
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When you're consistently publishing on Medium (as well as Linkedin, Quora, and other content sites) you are setting yourself up for freelance content writing opportunities.
The freelancing industry (also known as the "Gig Economy") keeps growing. According to a 2017 study, it's estimated that by 2027 that the majority of the U.S. workforce will freelance. Currently, research indicates that approximately $1.7 trillion is contributed annually by freelance work in the United States economy.
E-commerce, also known as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods or services using the internet, and the transfer of money and data to execute these transactions.
If you were to design a course or create an ebook that can help and educate an audience to solve a problem, you'll be well on your way to generating money online through e-commerce and eLearning.
1. Take surveys online
2. Become a freelancer
3. Invest with a robo-advisor
4. Invest in real estate
5. Invest with a broker
6. Become a virtual assistant
7. Sell or rent your belongings
8. Get a cash back credit card
9. Install Money-Making apps
10. Create a blog
11. Open online savings account
12. Start a podcast
13. Create Courses and sell
14. Start YT channel
15. Write an E-book
16 Sell pictures (on unsplash etc)
17 Become a graphic designer
18 File your taxes online
19 Shop Online (sales and more)
20 Unsub from online services that you don't use
21. Sub to a food delivery service
It is possible to make a budget work while still saving enough to retire. It starts with learning to change your habits so you can put money aside.
It is not that easy to make any sort of real, lasting change in your habits. You will have a few setbacks, and that's ok.
The popular 50/30/20 rule states that you should reserve 50 percent of your budget for essentials like rent and food, 30 percent for discretionary spending, and 20 percent for savings.
But it's not that simple. If you're a high earner, you'd be wise to save a larger percentage of your income. If 20 percent is impossible for you to save, then saving something is better than saving nothing.
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