Creating a video series and selling it as a digital download on your blog, much like an eBook, can be another great seller. A video course, teaching viewers a specific skill or how to achieve a particular activity, may well resonate with your audience. If you are going to go down this route then your videos need to be as professional as possible so you should consider investing in some video and lighting equipment, as well as editing software.
Another strategy to make money online is to become a social marketing manager. Being present on social media is key for any business that wants to attract new customers, promote their products and grow their following. However, constantly posting, liking and commenting on the numerous social media channels is extremely time consuming. More and more businesses are recruiting social media managers to run and organize all their social media. And to save money, social media employees are often employed as online freelancers.
In addition to interacting with friends and strangers, social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat can be used to make money. Companies and popular brands pay social media strategists to further boost the popularity of their products. With lots of competition around and the constantly shortening of attention time of online viewers, creativity is essential to create posts, videos etc that can go viral quickly and enhance the brand value. Remember, social media needs dedicated time and energy to stay relevant. Hence, you need to share posts regularly and interact with your followers on a regular basis.
Create a website. In order to work as an affiliate marketer, you'll need your own platform (a personal website or blog) on which to post links and advertise for your chosen products or services. If you already have a website or blog, you can use that platform to begin earning additional income as an affiliate marketer. If you do not yet have a website or blog, you will need to create one.
Do yard work. Many people are too busy for basic yard maintenance, but they don’t want their homes to look unkempt or neglected. These people are often more than willing to pay someone to mow the lawn, rake leaves, or trim hedges, especially if they can hire a neighborhood teen or family friend. Start by asking your friends and family if they need help, and, if you don’t get enough business, post some signs around the neighborhood offering your services.
People are turning to audio and visuals when it comes to technical subjects. However, you should consider doing an ebook first and turning it into an audiobook through a resource like Audible's ACX platform. You can hire a producer either through a royalty share program, so you don't have to shell out upfront cash, or you can do a pay-per-hour hire as well.
Français: gagner de l'argent (pour adolescents), Italiano: Fare Soldi (per Adolescenti), Español: ganar dinero siendo adolescente, Deutsch: Als Jugendlicher Geld verdienen, Português: Fazer Dinheiro (para Adolescentes), Русский: подростку заработать деньги, 中文: 赚钱(青少年版), Čeština: Jak si vydělat peníze (pro teenagery), Bahasa Indonesia: Menghasilkan Uang Bagi Remaja, Nederlands: Geld verdienen (als tiener), العربية: ربح المراهقين للأموال, ไทย: หาเงิน (สำหรับวัยรุ่น), Tiếng Việt: Kiếm tiền (Dành cho Thiếu niên), 한국어: 십대 청소년이 돈 버는 방법, Türkçe: Nasıl Para Kazanılır (Gençler İçin)
Now, I know what you’re thinking. Most of the software and apps you use on a regular basis are made by massive companies or established development studios. Well, yes. But many successful apps, particularly those in the Apple and Google stores, are created and marketed by individuals and small businesses. In fact, independent developers made $20 billion in the App Store in 2016 alone.
These aren’t the only ways teens can make money online. If you explore other options, proceed with caution. Read user reviews before signing up for any website to avoid getting caught up in scams. At best, those are a waste of time. At worst, they can cost you money and put you at risk for identity theft. If you aren’t sure a site is legitimate, stick to the basic rule of thumb: If it sounds too good to be true — like the employer that doesn’t ask to see a resume but offers to hire you on the spot — it probably is.