How to Earn Money online in India

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5 Ways to earn money online

1. BLOGGING

Here is how to make money from a blog:

  1. Set up your blog
  2. Start creating useful content
  3. Get off your blog and start finding readers
  4. Build engagement with the readers that come
  5. Start making money from the readership you have through one or more of a variety of income .

Sounds easy doesn’t it! On some levels the process is simple – but you need to know up front that there’s a lot to each step and below I’m going to give you some pointers on each including some further reading.

Here’s how to make money from a blog.

1. Start a Blog

In order to make money blogging you’re going to need to have a blog. While this is pretty obvious it is also a stumbling block for many PreBloggers who come to the idea of blogging with little or no technical background.

If that’s you – don’t worry! It was my story too and most bloggers start out feeling a little overwhelmed by the process of starting their blog.

2. Start Creating Useful Content

A blog is not a blog without content so once you’ve set your blog up you need to focus your attention upon creating useful content. What you choose to create will depend a little on the topic that you choose to write about (on that note, most successful bloggers have some focus to their blogging whether that be a niche or Demographics  that they write for).

The key with creating content is to make it as useful as possible. Focus upon creating content that changes people’s lives in some way will be the type of content that people will value the most and it will help people to feel like they know, like and trust you – which is really important if you later want to make money from your blog

3. Get off your blog and start finding readers

As you create the most useful content that you possibly can it is easy to get very insular with your focus and spend most of your time looking at building your blog. Many bloggers have a ‘build it and they will come mentality’ with their blogging but this is a bit of a trap.

If you want to make money from your blog you need to not only focus upon building a great blog but it is also necessary to get off your blog and to start promoting it.

There are many ways to experiment with growing your blog’s audience that I’ve written in previous blog posts and talked about in podcasts (I’ll share some further reading and listening below) but it is important to enter into all these strategies remembering that you should not just be looking for ‘traffic’ but ‘readers’.

Once you know who you’re hoping to have read your blog ask yourself where that type of person might already be gathering online. Begin to list where they might be gathering:

  • Are they reading certain blogs? List the top 3
  • Are they participating in certain forums? List the top 3
  • Are they listening to podcasts? List the top 3
  • Are they engaging on certain social networks? List the top 3
  • Which accounts are they following on each of these social networks? List the top 3

Each of these places that you reader might already be gathering has opportunities to develop a presence whether that be by leaving good comments, offering to create guest posts or simply by being helpful and answering questions.

With this list of blogs, focus, podcasts, social media accounts in hand you will have some good spots to begin to hang out and create value.

2.CLICKSENCE

The fastest way to earn money from Clixsense is by doing tasks and surveys. If you’re in a top tier country such as United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, you will surely earn decent income from them.

Otherwise, I recommend to recruit members and take advantage of their unlimited referral system and affiliate programs. Refer as many as you can to take advantage of their affiliate programs. Clixsense has the best Affiliate program amongst all Top PTC Sites in the business. You can generate serious income from their 8-level affiliate program without doing much.

3.Youtube

This depends on what your definition of a YouTuber is.

If it’s just uploading videos to YouTube then all you need to do is just upload videos, then you’re. YouTuber.

Now if you mean doing YouTube as a full time job then that’s a lot more complex. People will give you the whole run around of how it takes “good content” or “high quality videos” when in reality they have no idea what they’re talking about. Your videos have to be nice to look and listen to, once you’ve accomplished that then you’re good to go. They don’t have to be top of the line the absolute best videos out there, just make sure you sound clear with your microphone and that your render settings are good so your videos look good. Apart from that, there isn’t much you need to do.

What’s 10x more important is the types of videos you make. If you make videos on things people are actively searching for then you’re going to get more traffic, which results in more people viewing your content and potentially subscribing. As I said before, you don’t need top of the line content like people say you do, you just need content “good enough” in a sense. Now SEO isn’t what it used to be on YouTube, it’s all about getting into the recommended section of popular videos. If you make a video with very similar meta data to other popular videos out there, there’s a chance your video will get recommended next to theirs which is what you want. Obviously apply this to the genre of content you wish to create, I recommend you don’t limit yourself to just one niche or type of content though. I also advise you to stay away from gaming, from what I’ve seen it’s not doing too well right now and is way too saturated for my liking. That’s not to say you can’t make it, but I would advise something else if you can help it.

Now let’s talk about thumbnails and meta data. Thumbnails and titles are the most important parts of a video’s meta data. Your titles need to draw people in and make them feel like they have to click, your thumbnails have to do the same thing. A thumbnail could very well make the difference between a video with 100 views or a video with 1,000,000 views. Descriptions and tags are easy, just put the same key words you put in your title in your tags and formulate a sentence for your description. Don’t just spam key words in your description because that’s against the terms of use. Key words are the popular words you’re going to put in the meta data of your videos. An example would be a “life hacks” video, they’re very popular at the moment. You would take the term “life hacks” and make a catchy title with that and integrate it into your description and tags as well. Key words can range from anything from a popular type of video all the way to a big YouTuber’s name.

I’ve seen a couple misleading answers mentioning video length and how you should make shorter videos and avoid longer videos. This is false. Don’t be afraid to make videos over 10 minutes, I would personally say to try not to go higher than 15 minutes but in some cases you can even exceed that and be just fine. YouTube puts a huge emphasis on “watch time”. Longer videos always have the potential to garner more minutes watched than short videos. You can also put more ads in videos over 10 minutes which could result in more money being made from longer videos versus shorter videos.

I also saw some misinformation regarding how the YouTube partner program works. There are no requirements for gaining the ability to monetize videos and be a “partner”. I have channels I’ve never uploaded to that are eligible to monetize at that very moment, some of which were just created a couple weeks ago. If you don’t want to be on your own with just Adsense then you can join a YouTube Network (MCN). You’ll notice a lot of bigger YouTubers do this because it can provide a more secure way to earn revenue due to having a support team that can help you with issues you may encounter. YouTube networks become more valuable to you the bigger your channel is and the more you grow. Just be careful to not sign a long lock in contract.

And those are pretty much the basics. Chances are you won’t see rapid success but it is possible.

4.Start Freelancing

Many of us think that working as a freelancer would fetch healthy passive income for us. Well, it is indeed an established truth these days that as a freelancer in India, you have unlimited earning opportunities ahead. But, the pity is that we get confused at the very first stage. Every person comes to this field with enough doubts and insecurities. It is a big question whether you would get a job or not? Some people also think whether the earning will be sufficient or not? A lot of random thoughts will definitely haunt you at the initial stage.

top freelancing websites

List of most reliable freelancing website:

Aileensoul.com

Broxer

Truelancer

Upwork, the world’s largest online workplace

Freelancer.com

Fiverr

http://Guru.com

Toptal – Hire Freelance Talent from the Top 3%

http://Peoplerperhour.com

CrowdSource.com – Managed Crowdsourcing Solutions

http://Flexjobs.com

http://Criagslist.com

5.Facebook Page monetization.

Most people these days simply refer to Facebook Fan Pages as simply Pages, and for a good reason; the era of their use primarily as pages for fan worship is long past. Today, Pages are used as marketing hubs and tools to build communities around certain brands, entities, events and media.

It’s entirely possible to make money from Facebook, though there are two different, non-exclusive ways to go about it. Which you choose depends on your goals, your resources and the nature of your business. You can even use them both, if you have several paths to monetization.


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