10 Ways to Make Money Online Whilst Travelling
Be a permanent nomad and make money online.
Some are born to travel the world. For those who discover the pleasures of travelling and experiencing other cultures it’s quite hard to go back to a routine life. These people need the excitement of uncertainty.
There is something that, sadly nobody can escape: The need of earning money. No matter how humble your lifestyle is, at the end of the day if you want to travel around you need to have some source of income.
Here You Have 10 Great Ideas For Making Money Online:
#1 Online Teaching
This market is booming at the moment and the possibilities are endless. If there is a field which you feel qualified enough in, give it a go. There are plenty of online platforms where you can create your own profile and students will simply come to you. Another option is to create your own website and attract students that way, although it could be a bit harder to get it going at the start.
#2 Online Surveys
Anyone can do online surveys; you only need an Internet connection, a laptop/computer and some spare time. This way of making money online is pretty easy, since it doesn’t require much effort or sacrifice. You’ll offer your opinion and companies will pay you for that. Doesn’t it sound great? Check online surveys!
#3 Content Writing
There are many opportunities to write guest post, articles, reviews, etc. You’ll get paid although it won’t make you rich. It’s a versatile job which will give you a good insight into how other people make money online. Who knows it might give you some good ideas to make your own way through the market.
#4 Sell Your Travel Photos
If you are good at photography, build up a portfolio of your trips and sell your pictures, it is a great way to make money while you travel. Even if you are an amateur, but you very much enjoy it, do it too. The best way to get good at something is by practicing and developing your skills. Look on the bright side; at least you’ll have your trips very well documented.
#5 Virtual Assistant
Your tasks would cover a varied range of tasks; doing the final layout of a PPT presentation, handling email, scheduling business meetings, arranging doctor’s appointments, etc. Ideally you have good organisational skills, good time management in order to juggle many tasks at the same time.
#6 Interview Transcriber
Journalists and writers are frequently conducting interviews. The interviews are normally recorded, but they need to be transcribed afterwards. Some of them could be reasonably long; therefore it’s quite common to outsource the transcription. Your task would be to listen to the audio files and write down what you hear. To do this job you need to be good and fast at typing, have a good knowledge of grammatical rules and have a good pair of headphones.
#7 Travel Blogging (or any kind of blogging)
Blogging is a tough market. If you browse through the Internet, it’s crazy the amount of blogs out there covering all kind of topics. Also, the amount of time and effort that you need to put into it, is more than most people imagine. If you are in need of making money easy it’s maybe not the fastest way, but it’s definitely a good one. A great approach is to create a blog in order to promote a service that you offer, could be transcribing, teaching or web designing. It’s a gain-gain!
Vlogs are basically like a blog but the medium is a video, normally combined as well with text and images. It’s a good way to engage with viewers and it encourages a lot of interaction. Do not expect to get rich overnight. It takes time and consistent quality video postings.
If you have knowledge in this field and on top of that you are good at it, companies are not going to mind where in the world do you work. It is a broad market with many possibilities, with options suitable for different levels of expertise. If you are experienced you could actually be doing quite a bit of money.
#10 Website Designer
You don’t need to be an expert in this field to be able to do it. There are so many online resources that you can take advantage of and make it easier for you. Actually, if you never did web designing before, don’t get discouraged, you can easily learn the basics and build nice websites for clients. A good way to start is to create your own website in order to experiment and as a possible reference to prove your skills.
Here are some ideas, but of course there are infinite options. The key to success is your attitude and of course, your creativity!