If you’ve read part one and part two of my side income hustle series here on Modest Money, there’s a running theme through my articles. And that theme is that there’s opportunity on the web like never before.
With the trend of digitizing and new methods of marketing, these have both opened up the door to new jobs and new service areas to fulfill. In fact, there are areas (such as mobile) that are in such a growth curve right now that the demand far outweighs the skilled workforce. I just read an article that clearly shows mobile as the top “most in demand” tech skill. So if you happen to be in school or plan on attending anytime soon, give mobile a look and you’ll be able to pretty much call the shots on your salary outright.
With that said, below we look at three ideas on how to make coin with real estate agents. These ideas are aimed at those who already possess some skill and experience with web work. Continue reading
This is the start of a weekly series focused on side income hustles. We could all use some extra income on the side. So be sure to check back each week for new ideas on how you too can make some money on the side.
The web has brought us unprecedented opportunities to make an income whether full time, part time and or on the side. The trick is to know where to look, and the various opportunities available. Ever since high speed internet made a splash some years ago, along with the advent of smartphones and now tablets – all heck has broken loose in the internet web work landscape.
You see the web is powered and advanced by a few key things; content, design and optimization. In any and all its various forms, a website needs these three things to exist and flourish. And as such properly trained individuals are needed to provide these key things, but it gets even better because these three key things are an ocean onto themselves with many smaller ponds and lakes branching out into related fields. For example, with the large overall field of web optimization comes the need for individuals trained and skilled in the smaller and niche area of search engine enhancement, with design comes usability and user engagement, and with content there’s a whole slew of niche areas to go into from there. Continue reading