Let’s find out what are the biggest three side hustles for 2019 when it comes to Internet Money.
It’s not too late to start a YouTube channel in 2019 if you haven’t already. If you feel like you’re good at content creation and you have something to say, YouTube is the place to be in 2019.
Not to mention that joining this platform with sharpen your marketing skills as well as video editing, graphic design and SEO. Ultimately, if you manage to build an audience, YouTube can also turn into a great source of revenue. To give you an example, youtuber Ryan ToysReview managed to score a $22 million income last year alone, according to Forbes Magazine.
If you’re not familiar with the term, dropshipping basically means reselling goods from other websites without having to hold any stocks or handle the shipping process for the customers.
Instead, when you sell a product from your store, all you have to do is purchase the same product from a third party and fill in the order for your customer. As a result, you as a merchant will never see or handle the product while someone else does all the work for you.
Of course, to engage in this type of activity you need to build a store first and populate it with products. As you probably know by now, Shopify is a great platform that can help you setup a dropshipping business. Unfortunately, you’re going to make less money than the man that did it before you so don’t expect to get rich off dropshipping in 2019 as this retail method has been widely used so far.
However, the online retail market is growing so dropshipping will still bring in a few extra dollars every month if you know what you’re doing. If you don’t but you’re still interested in doing it, there are tons of tutorials and articles online that break down every step of this business.
When it comes to Internet Money, your number one side hustle for 2019 should be investing.
This means you should focus on new business opportunities, the stock market, real estate, and possibly consider new ways of making money such as peer-to-peer lending. For example, platforms like the Lending club and Prosper allow you to loan money to people just like a bank does while you get the interest they pay in.