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The Ultimate Side Hustle: 14 Ways to Get Paid to Write

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Freelance writing is the ultimate side hustle. It’s flexible, it pays well, and it’s enjoyable.
In fact, freelance blogging helped me go from earning $1,600 per month to earning more than $5,500 per month. This profession was my golden ticket to bigger and better opportunities.
The flexibility and sheer amount of opportunity that comes along with freelance writing makes it a fantastic side hustle for anyone who enjoys to write. It can be worked into any college student’s schedule and can be a great side income for everyone looking to accelerate student loan pay-off.
If you want to get your foot in the door and start earning some extra cash here are 14 ways to get paid to write.
Blogs That Will Pay for Your Tips and Stories If you love sharing your tips and stories and are looking for some one-off ways to get paid for your words, writing for blogs can be a very lucrative endeavor.
The benefit of this side hustle…

How To Become a Successful Freelance Blogger

Create Your Own Business InsteadMillennials have an advantage in the work force that not enough people are taking advantage of. We were the first generation to be raised completely immersed in the technology world, and we have an inherently strong grasp of social media and online communication. These skills alone can open up a whole new array of job opportunities that you never before knew existed. Add in technical or coding training, and there is no reason you can’t create your own business. All you need is the confidence to go out and use that technology to create your own job.

If your traditional job search hasn’t yet yielded positive results, try a more unconventional tactic. If you are willing to utilize your communication and technology skills, you have the ability to become your own boss by starting your own business instead.
The great thing about starting your own business online is that there is little start-up costs. Unlike traditional brick and mortar businesses t…

50+ Ways To Make Money Fast By Side Hustling Online & Offline

There are millions of ways to make money – especially extra money. If you have the drive and the passion to earn money, you CAN do it. But sometimes we struggle to figure out what to do that will actually earn us anything. We simply hit a mental wall and our money-making ideas remain out of reach.
So, instead of staying roadblocked, here is a list of ways to start side hustling, earning your way out of debt, or using extra money to invest.
No matter what your skill set is, or how much time you have, you should be able to find something on this list that you can do this week to make some extra money. Even (and perhaps especially) if you’re a college student looking to make more money, a lot of these tasks are perfect for you.

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Online Side Hustling Ideas For most people, an…

Five (5) personal finance habits that will make you rich.

Looking to get rich tomorrow? Unfortunately for you, nobody becomes rich overnight. ( With God all things are possible) but
Those “overnight successes” you see are normally the results of years and years of hard and deliberate work. The good news is that when it comes to building wealth there are no secrets. The same set of principles will work for absolutely everyone! If you’re willing to put in the work and make the sacrifices you can build wealth at a fast pace.
Here are five personal finance habits that will make you rich.
# 1- Spend Significantly Less than You Earn The first habit is to spend less than you earn. And if you want to build wealth fast you need to spend significantly less than you earn.
You would think that this would be a common sense rule but unfortunately it’s not. Most Americans spend a lot more than they earn which is why there’s so much consumer debt. If you can ingrain this one habit at a young age you’ll be on the track to financial freedom.

# 2 – I…

Three (3) Things You Need to Do When Inviting Someone to Your Content

What else did you think you were doing by driving audiences to your site?Think about it. Be it via social media, paid media, SEO or lead nurturing, a marketer is constantly inviting people to check out their content. In order to capitalize on this traffic, one must learn proper hosting etiquette when looking to elicit engagement, and more importantly, return visits. A great way to do that is by relating the experience to the psychology of meeting someone. In this post, find out how you can connect interpersonal value alongside three distinct creation tactics for more successful events with your content. Before that, take a moment to reflect on why these concepts make such an impact. The Power of First ImpressionsFirst impressions leave a lasting impression in social life, as well as in digital. I mean, if a person’s face determines whether we think they are trustworthy, dominant or attractive, imagine what the look of a piece of content will communicate to audiences. (Source: Univers…

4 Simple Ways to Understand and Execute Content Marketing

Content marketing has taken over. You hear about it all the time. You’re probably talking about it with your marketing friends and trying to explain it to your significant other.  You may even be interested in leveraging it to create more meaningful relationships with prospects and customers.
But you still might not be sure how. After all, there are a variety of strategies, tactics, and tools at your disposal.
What should you focus on first?
I’m going to set you up with a simple framework that will help you get started with content marketing as early as today.
Ok, maybe tomorrow.

The PESO Content Breakdown There are lots of different distribution channels and content types out there, so it’s important to know what’s available to you.

(Source: Amex OPEN Forum)
Whether you invest in the promotion of paid content through platforms like Outbrain , leverage third-party PR placements through earned media, spread the word organically through shared content on social media or publish blo…

How to Reset Your iPhone or iPad, Even if it Won’t Boot

You can easily reset your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to factory default settings. If you’re experiencing problems — even if it won’t boot — you can reinstall the entire iOS operating system. There are several ways to do this, and we’ll go through them from the simplest to the most complicated. You’ll need a PC or Mac with iTunes installed to restore your device’s operating system.
Perform a Factory ResetRELATED ARTICLE What to Do When Your Phone (iPhone / iPad) Won’t Turn On iPhones and iPads are supposed to “Just work,” but no technology is perfect. If you’ve pressed the Power button and the screen won’t,... [Read Article] The standard factory reset is the fastest and easiest option. It will reset your device to a “like new” condition, erasing all your personal settings, apps, and other local data. When you finish, you’ll have to go through the first-time setup process again. Of course, any data that’s synced to your iCloud account or another online service will be restored …

What to Do When Your Phone (iPhone / iPad) Won’t Turn On

iPhones and iPads are supposed to “Just work,” but no technology is perfect. If you’ve pressed the Power button and the screen won’t turn on or you see an error message, don’t worry. You can probably make it boot again.
The instructions here will make any iPhone or iPad boot up and work properly. If they don’t, your device has a hardware problem preventing it from booting.
Plug It In, Let It Charge — And Wait An iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch may fail to turn on if its battery is completely dead. Generally, you’ll see some sort of “low battery” indicator when you try to turn an iOS device on and it doesn’t have enough battery power. But, when the battery is completely dead, it won’t respond and you’ll just see the black screen.
Connect your iPhone or iPad to a wall charger and let it charge for a little while — give it fifteen minutes, perhaps. If the battery is completely dead, you can’t just plug it in and expect it to respond immediately. Give it a few minutes to charge…