5 Ways To Earn A Legitimate Income Online
Even though many experts are suggesting that our economy may slowly be rebounding, many people are still finding it difficult to find a job that not only puts food on the table, but also gives them a chance to develop in the future. The truth is that today, in the age of the Internet entrepreneur, there is no longer a need to wait for the job opportunities to come to you – you can create your own job online.
Anyone who knows their way around Internet technology can find work. However, you may be wondering what exactly is available on the web, what are some exciting opportunities that you could pursue? The truth is that what works for one person may not necessarily work for the next. That is why we included five different examples of very different jobs that you could get started on by using the internet.
Many people host their own podcast because they are passionate about a certain subject. However, if you are good at what you do, and have an audience that is willing to listen to what you have to say, why shouldn’t you be paid for your time? The truth is that by simply mentioning or including a few sponsors, you could easily be paid while podcasting. If you have enough people that genuinely like your podcast, alternatively you could directly ask your viewers for donations. The point is that if you keep people coming back, that is a commodity that advertisers pay for.
2.) Virtual Assistant
The internet has introduced the virtual assistant to many companies. Unlike the traditional administrative assistant that would remain on standby, require benefits, and an actual place to work, a virtual assistant can work from home. This can be as simple as making sure that the schedule runs smoothly or entering information into a database. If you have a passion for administrative work and are able to keep on track, this would be a perfect job from the comfort of your own home.
3.) Server Administrator
Granted, being a server administrator is not something that you are going to just up and do. In all likelihood you are going to want to get some training in TrainSignal VMware vSphere 5 or Cisco products. However, once you have the education and experience required you would find that much of the work could be done from home. Especially with cloud computing on the rise, it is easier than ever before to maintain a server from a distance.
A bit like podcaster, but it is the written variety. Do you have an interesting opinion, do you have viewpoints that you believe others would like to learn or hear more about? If so, blogging may be the perfect thing for you. The great thing is that the Internet connects people together. This means that even if there is very little awareness in a topic that you find interesting in your geographic region, the Internet allows people to access your blog instantly. Writing about a topic that you are passionate about and being paid for it? That sounds like a great project for many people.
5.) Technical Support
The truth is that skilled people are hard to come by. If you have the type of voice that people would like to hear in a moment of crisis and you are able to keep a cool head while providing clear instructions, technical support might be perfect. Because you are able to work from home (sometimes through phone, other times through online chat) the company does not have to pay to have you at a location. This saves them money. You have a job – the company saves money. One of the reasons that companies love technical support employees that work from home.
Now while you may be skilled already for a few of these jobs, others will have you wondering how you are going to find the education. The fact that the Internet offers so many solutions also means that you can get a certification online, or even an entire degree. There are many sites online that allow for distance and online learning without having to break the bank. The Internet has made it easy to learn for those who are willing to put in the work.
About the Author
David Crawford is a freelance writer that has been plying his craft online since 2003. David understands what it takes to create success online and also dabbles in search engine optimization and social media marketing. He frequently attends industry conferences and loves to read in his spare time. As a longtime believer in always becoming more knowledgeable, he frequents www.ecourseclassroom.com to ensure he stays up-to-date.