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Side Hustles To Start Now

Don’t get nervous about how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) will affect your income. Get proactive now. All these jobs are low cost or even free. If you are stuck in the house, make the most of it.

1. Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is one of the best ways to make a side income. All you do is promote the product. You don’t have to deal with customer service, returns, or complaints. You market the product and get a commission. That’s it.

Platforms to use: Clickbank, JVZoo, MaxBounty, ShareASale

How to get leads: Social Media Profiles, My Lead Gen, Udemi, Facebook Groups

Tools: Clickfunnels, Leadpages, Shopify

Check out my list of the Best Affiliate Programs for 2020 here.

2. Health and Wellness

People are nervous and if you specialize in healthy alternatives, now is the time to promote your detoxes, supplements, juices, herbs, etc. Ladies if you make feminine hygiene products, the time to promote is YESTERDAY.

Platforms to use: Shopify, WooCommerce, WIX, Etsy, Amazon

3. Forex

Forex is very popular now, but to make money trading, you have to learn the skill. Yes, you can learn from YouTube but the reason some people fail in trading is that they don’t have the right guidance or mentor. Look at the comment section on YouTube, are questions getting answered?

When you first start trading, you need a support group. People that can help you and walk you through the process. Learn from profitable traders and earn extra money at the same time. Interested? Click Here

4. YouTube

Stuck in the house? Start recording. Pick something you are good at and teach it. Are you funny? Start a channel. Do you like to gossip? Start a channel. Handy or Tech Savvy? Start a channel. You have the extra time, might as well use it to make extra income.

Here are some sites to help you get started. TubeBuddy and VidIQ

5. CBD Trend

There are so many benefits of CBD, and with people caring about their health more and prevention, this is the perfect time to either try CBD or sell it.

This is the CBD I use.

6. MLM- Network Marketing

Network marketing is a great way to jump into the world of entrepreneurship. You don’t have to do the grunt work it takes to start a business, all you have to do is promote. Similar to affiliate marketing. You don’t need an inventory, similar to dropshipping. It’s a low-cost alternative to starting your own business but you’ll gain the experience you need when you’re ready to open your own business.

When joining a network marketing business, there are a few things you need to look at.

  1. Are you passionate about the product?
  2. Does the product work?
  3. Does the product solve a problem?
  4. Is the company reputable?
  5. Do they have any pending lawsuits?
  6. Do they pay their distributors?

Here are some MLM’s I recommend. CBD Products and Health and Wellness

7. Freelance

Advertise your services on Fiverr or Upwork. Clients need voiceovers, logo design, video editing, animation, and etc.

8. Course Creator

People think you have to have all these accreditations to create a course. You don’t. All you need is to know more than the person you’re teaching.

Platforms to use: Katra, Teachable, and Udemy

9. eBay/Amazon

If you have access to wholesale products or a US supplier, now is the time to start selling. Learn all about reselling here.

10. T-Shirt Designs

You can dropship t-shirts using Printful, Printify, or Teespring. All you need to do is design the shirt or hire a designer from Fiverr and promote it. It’s best to focus on a specific niche. Nursing, Engineering, even Trump supporters. Create a Facebook page around your topic and post relevant content, every day to grow your page. Post your t-shirts weekly. Once you make a profit, invest in Facebook Ads.

Platforms to sell: Shopify, Mercari, Amazon Handmade, Etsy

BONUS: Chime Referrals

Did you know you can get $50 for every person you refer to Chime? You receive $50 and they get $50 as well. You can refer up to 20 people within the year, that’s an extra $1,000. Sign up Here

Affiliate Disclaimer:

This is a personal blog and review site. I may receive compensation for the products I review.  I test and review every product personally and only promote products and services I actually use or have used before. This blog is independently owned and operated by L Rose and the opinions are 100% unbiased.

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