1. Social Media Specialist
Responsibility to Building and executing social media strategy through competitive and audience research.
The goal is to gradually achieve superior customer engagement and intimacy, website traffic and revenue by strategically exploiting all aspects of the social media marketing roadmap.
Social media specialists should have a solid understanding of how each social media channel works and how to optimize content so that it is engaging on those channels. You are responsible for joining relevant conversations on behalf of the brand and “soft selling” the product by providing support to current and prospective customers.
You can benefit from the client’s dependence on marketing traffic, including maintaining it regularly for media promotions and brand awareness
2. Internet Security Specialist
As an internet security specialist, responsibility to monitor networks for security threats and implement security standards. May also install data protection systems as well. Given the attention that online security has been receiving, this job is expected to grow steadily over the next several years
The smaller organizations may not have the budget to build-out an entire in-house security team. That is where you come in as a contracted specialist. In the vast majority of cases, you’ll work remote and, as the expert, will be in the driver’s seat, giving you a chance to learn a lot, put your skills to the test, and negotiate your pay.
Create an account with a platform like UpWork, where you can list all your skills and certifications. Remember to make yourself distinct, including all certifications and expertise. When businesses are searching for contract security experts in a specific industry or with a specific certification, you will show up in their search.
3. Graphic Designer
Many businesses need someone to design their logos, websites, or visual ads. If you have a degree or certification in this area, the more skilled you are, the more clients you will likely get through word of mouth.
As a design graphic, we can determine for ourselves how many clients we can accept, and we can also sell our design results online for additional income.
4. Content Creator
Responsible for the contribution of information to any media and most especially to digital media. They usually target a specific end-user/audience in specific contexts. All revenue streams that one can receive as a content creator falls into one of the following categories:
- Advertisement—Payment for the promotion of a third-party individual or business
- Donations — Payment received from supporters with little expected in return
- Sales —Payment in exchange for a product or service
5. Programmer & IT
An information technology (IT) programmer ensures that writing, testing and maintenance of computer programs and applications are analysed to meet user and process needs. They design all or part of an information system and oversee program design activities to ensure they meet business process objectives.
Here is the good thing: As a programmer, you have everything you need to increase the cash flow. Your brain, your laptop.
A programmer can make money by doing any of the following
- be a freelance developer
- work at a company
- create an application that generates your revenue
- teach a course on how to program
If you are a freelance developer, you can try to find some sort of contracted jobs. Sometimes you might be able to become a consultant.
If you can create some sort of application. It could be mobile, web or desktop based. The application could either be sold for x amount of dollars, be free and have ads that generate your revenue, or have some other type of monetization with the application.
If you think that you are good with explaining the different concepts of programming, you could possibly teach a course on some online site like Udemy or host the course on your own personal website.