One question I often hear or read is: How do I make money online?
The Internet provides a lot of ways to make money. Most are not quick-pay and you will need to work a little, but options are available.
The list below is long and separated by category. It is not complete and readers may have suggestions. Feel free to add them in comments.
eBooks and Related
Smashwords (online publisher and aggregator for iBooks, Kobo, Oyster, and others)
Amazon (Kindle) online publisher of eBooks
Google Books and Google Play online seller (distributor) of eBooks
Copywriting and Content Writing
iWriter – write content for websites, articles, eBooks
elance – writing, translating, design and much more
upwork (formerly odesk.com) – writers, virtual assistants, web developers and more
Fiverr – copywriting, resume writing, creative writing, much more
Photo, Video, Audio
YouTube – user generated videos, tutorials, instructions
istockphoto – sell stock photos, illustrations, audio, video
voicebunny – get voice over jobs
SpeakLike – read and write two or more languages? SpeakLike wants you.
TranslationCloud – you need a Facebook account, fluent in at least 2 languages
Gengo – Translating jobs in multiple countries
99Designs – graphic designers for websites and logos
Dribbble – jobs for designers
Udemy – teach what you know, record the course
Fluentify – be a tutor
tutor.com – be a tutor in math, science, languages, nursing and more!
Etuition – K-12 teaching online
Easyskillz – record and post an online course
K-12 – virtual teacher jobs from kindergarten to high school, state certs required
Skillfeed – create a course and get paid
Skillshare – classes fall into a wide variety of topics, including Crafts, Culinary, Design, DIY, Entrepreneurship, Film, Fashion, Gaming, Music, Photography, Technology, Writing, and Creativity. Anyone can teach at skillshare, no teaching certification required.