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The Three Ways You Can Turn The Internet Into Your Own Personal Money Tree


Business Insider contributor Jannese Torres-Rodriguez was laid off from a job she hated in 2014. But it was a blessing in disguise. While unemployed, she began monetizing her food blog to pay off her student loans. Growing her business netted her $167,000 in just a few years. Now, if you want to build your own digital side hustle, you don't half to reinvent the wheel. Sites like Etsy and Podia provide sophisticated platforms to sell digital content, and have built-in user interfaces. Likewise, social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram can help you advertise and validate your service or product-based business. Don't want to sell anything at all? In that case, build wealth by providing content that gets a ton of traffic, and embed ads and affiliate links in your copy. That way, you can build a passive income stream that earns money 365 days a year.

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