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Do you need to make more money starting yesterday?
Perhaps you’ve got an unexpected expense and just need cash now.
Or maybe your paycheck is accounted for before you even get it?
I get it. The bill-paycheck cycle is the easiest situation to get yourself into and the hardest to get out of.
Today let’s make it a little easier. I want to show you how to make $100 a day. Every day.
How to Make $100 a Day… Every Day
The best way to improve your financial situation is to make more money.
Yes, saving money is very important; you have to minimize so you can maximize. But saving money has a finite number. You can only save so much.
On the other hand, income can be unlimited. Start with a simple goal and you can experience huge improvements in your personal finances in a very short time.
Set a goal to make $100 a day. $100 a day works out to $700 a week and $3,000 each month. What could an extra $3,000 do for your financial situation? Would that give you breathing room?
Let’s jump in and get started with 40 unique ways to make $100 a day.
40 Legitimate Ways to Quickly Make $100 a Day
Some of the $100 a day side hustles listed below are what I call “Bridge Incomes.” They’re a nice way to make some extra cash while you build up your own business or a better way of making money.
Other businesses on this list are ones which you can start small and eventually make $200 per day or even up to $1,000 a day. These can become your primary business and source of income if you choose.
The most important thing is to pick something you will enjoy and are willing to spend time doing. Start with one job and once it’s making money, add more incomes if you wish.
Make Money Driving
1. Drive for Uber and/or Lyft
This is one of my favorite ways to start making money immediately. I did this gig for awhile in Sacramento and I really enjoyed it because of how easy it was and I liked meeting a lot of the people.
More people are using rideshare apps than ever before, making it a great time to start driving.
Rideshare driving provides extra income and many people choose to do full-time.
People love the flexibility is unmatched by most jobs. If you want to work, you turn on the app. When you don’t feel like working anymore, you turn it off. Pretty simple, right?
I set out to earn $100 every day I worked. With surge pricing, $100 can be earned in 1-3 hours. $15 per hour was my average so I could usually make $100 in roughly seven hours.
Getting started is really easy. All you need is a car, a smartphone, and the Uber and Lyft apps and you can start earning right away.
2. Deliver Food With Uber Eats and/or Door Dash
With Uber Eats, you deliver food to people in your car, bike, or scooter. Check with Uber Eats to see what is available in your area.
I’ve tested working for UberEats and it’s a fun way to make easy money on the side and pay off debt. Like Instacart, you turn on the app when you want to work and log out when you’re done. It’s one of the most flexible gigs I’ve ever done.
All you do is drive to the restaurant or bar that the app directs you to. When you get there, the food is generally waiting for you ready for delivery. You just put the food in the warm bag which is supplied to you, and deliver to the customer. That’s it.
I recommend parking your car close to an area with a lot of restaurants. That way you won’t have to drive far to get the food. Log in and you should have a customer within a few minutes.
I earned $15-20 on average, meaning you could make $100 a day very easily.
3. Run Errands with Postmates
Postmates is a pickup and delivery platform with which you can deliver food, groceries, or anything really.
Drivers report average earnings between $13.67 and $18.95 per hour.
If you want flexibility and the opportunity to earn extra money on your own terms, this is worth checking out.
Use Your Skills to Earn $100 a Day Fast
The following ways to make money allow you to use your skills to pad your wallet. In some instances, you can make a significant income and eventually replace your day job.
4. Do Hair and Makeup
Styling hair and helping people with their makeup is a great way to earn extra money on the side.
It helps if you are a professional hairdresser or cosmetician, but the main requirement is that you are capable of delivering beautiful results for weddings, proms, conventions, graduations or other special events.
My daughter regularly does side gigs and comes home with several hundred dollars for a day’s work. It’s hard work and clients naturally want perfection. If you can deliver, this can be a great money-maker for you.
Transcriptionists are always in demand. If you are detail-oriented and are capable of transcribing information, you can start working right away.
Law firms consistently need transcriptionists for their court cases. Law enforcement agencies also require transcription services for interviews. Along the same lines, doctors often seek someone to transcribe medical cases and patient information.
To get started, it’s a good idea to call these offices in your local area and offer your services. You could also search Google for “transcription work” or “transcription jobs from home” to find companies ready to hire.
If you are good with a camera and know how to use natural light and the right software, you can get started immediately.
Doing professional photography work is an excellent way to start out small and eventually replace your day job.
My friend started by doing free senior pictures and engagement photo sessions to build up her portfolio. Many of her subjects posted their pictures online and she got paid jobs right away simply through word-of-mouth.
Today she earns a significant income, traveling the world and photographing all sorts of interesting subjects.
If you want to make money doing something you love, photography may be the avenue for you.
7. Computer Repair
People are always going to need help with their computers. Most people know how to use their computers and devices, but they aren’t sure what to do when something goes wrong.
If you can fix computers ailing from malware, viruses, or the dreaded spinning color wheel or the blue screen of death, you could be in business.
You can start a computer repair business from home very quickly. Get the word out by advertising in local publications and Craigslist. Pass out business cards, flyers, and brochures to local businesses which utilize a lot of computers.
8. Music Lessons
Parents are always looking for musically talented individuals to teach music skills to their children.
If you can sing or play an instrument you can begin almost immediately.
Teaching music pays handsomely. Depending on your skill level and the area you live in, you could reasonably charge between $15 and $40 for a 30-minute lesson.
Parents are willing to pay for a professional to teach their child how to sing, play piano, guitar, violin, ukelele… you name it.
9. Design Graphics
Can you design company logos, social media headers or even coffee mugs? If so, you can compete for jobs with some hefty payouts.
You can also offer your services on Craigslist and Fiverr. With the latter, don’t let your name fool you. $5 is merely a starting point. For example, many logo creators offer add-ons and packages of $100 and more and receive job orders daily (more on Fiverr later).
As you can see, designing graphics is a service you can offer immediately to start earning at least $100 a day.
10. Data Entry
You have to be careful with data entry job listings because there are a lot of scams out there. Just make sure you never send any money to anyone. Anything requiring money is an “opportunity” or a “program” — not a job.
But real data entry jobs do exist. You can find work-from-home jobs from real, reputable companies. Search “data entry jobs from home” or “remote data entry jobs” on Google, Indeed and ZipRecruiter to find legitimate jobs.
Here are a few to get you started. These companies hire regularly, although they may not be hiring at the time you read this.
- DionData Solutions – Pay varies.
- GorgeWarehouse.com – $10.50/hr. from home.
- Working Solutions – Has data entry and call center jobs. Pay varies from $9/hr. to $30/hr. depending on the project.
How to Make $100 a Day with Physical Labor
If you don’t mind breaking a sweat, you can find plenty of service jobs that are perhaps the quickest path to earning $100 per day.
If you don’t see jobs listings for these jobs, open your own business doing them. You may have some initial start-up costs, which are generally low, but the earning potential will be much greater than they would be working for someone else. You could start making $100 a day very quickly and grow exponentially from there.
11. Cleaning Homes
Most people love a clean home. But many of those people hate to clean. They hate it so much they would rather pay someone else to clean their home for them.
You may not like to clean either, but if you’re looking for a quick way to make $100 a day, this gig fits the bill. Independent house cleaners average $30 per hour. Once you have 20 clients, you could clean 4 homes every weekday, and make $100 before lunch.
12. Mowing Lawns
Lawn care is a service business that is always in demand. People are busy and don’t have the time to mow their lawn, or they simply just don’t want to.
You can charge on average $20 to $50 for every lawn you mow, depending on the size of the lawn. Most average size residential homes pay an average of $20-$25.
Lawn care pros I talk to recommend sticking to “mow and blow” only during the spring and summer months. This means you mow (and trim) the lawn and use an air blower to clean up the mess.
Most average sized homes can be completely taken care of in 20 to 30 minutes. Bang out 4-5 lawns a day, and you’ve got your $100. Or take on more clients for even more income.
In the fall and winter, switch your focus to raking up leaves and shoveling snow or even snow blowing.
Many lawn care companies have several crews operating full-time. You can make your lawn care business as big, or as small, as you like.
13. Remove Garbage or Haul Junk
Here’s another evergreen business for anyone with a pickup truck. Everyone has garbage and junk they need to get rid of. Many times people are moving out of their home and need to remove unwanted junk quickly. Their need is your profit.
A good place to find junk removal jobs is on Craigslist. Even better is to list your business with Google My Business. Then when someone searches on Google for “garbage removal” and “haul junk” your name and contact information will show up.
It’s also smart to network with realtors who can refer you to their clients when they need clean-up work for a move.
14. Painting Jobs
Painting jobs of all sizes is something you can do year-round. People always need someone to paint the exteriors and interiors of their homes.
My neighbor has a curb painting business, painting red zones and the like as well as address numbers around town. He has a mini-track and some supplies and that’s all he needs. He has enough work to keep him busy all year long. He’s been doing it full-time for years.
Commercial and government jobs are lucrative but often reserved for larger companies. Residential homes, however, provide a sweet spot as homeowners are often in need of affordable home painting.
One of the best things you can do is pitch your services to apartment owners. Their apartments regularly need interior paint when tenants move out.
15. Clean Gutters
You would be surprised how many people don’t clean out their gutters. Most of the time, they don’t even know they need it done until they’ve got a mess on their hands.
If you know how to do the job this is a tremendous opportunity for you. Flyers and ads on Craigslist should be enough to get you started.
You could charge $100 to clean the gutters of a 2,000 square foot home. Your fee could go up to $225 for homes requiring extra work. For example, some homes may require taking the gutter screens off during the cleaning and then re-installing them once the job is complete. It’s very easy to do, but it does take time, so charge by the hour.
16. Detail Cars
Detailing cars is the perfect way for car lovers to make $100 a day fast.
My friend’s son started a mobile detailing business in high school working only on the weekends. Now, it has evolved into a steady business that puts him through college with minimal time investment.
He started washing cars in his neighborhood and used the initial cash he received to buy some mobile detailing equipment and supplies. Very quickly, he went from charging $20 for a car wash to offering packages up to $300 for full detail.
He stacks his clients to be efficient. For example, he visits an adult living home once a week where he has eight appointments back-to-back for basic car washes. He washes the cars and cleans the interiors and he earns $160 within a few hours. Other days, he may work longer doing a high-end detail where he walks away with $300.
You can package your entry detailing jobs to include washing, waxing, windows, and interiors for $75 to $100 per job. You can double your fees for trucks and vans. Do you see how fast you could earn $100 a day?
17. Clean Pools
You can start cleaning pools for cash very quickly and with little start-up costs. You’ll need a reliable vehicle to haul your cleaning supplies. You’ll need some chemical kits, a pool net, a brush, and a few other items. You can start out part-time and reinvest your initial earnings into getting more supplies while you expand your operation.
Cleaning pools is fun because you can work outdoors. You don’t need to wear a uniform or professional attire. Some board shorts, a t-shirt, and flip-flops and you’re good to go.
Start by searching your neighborhood on Google Earth to discover all the homes with pools. Then go pitch those homeowners with a nice flyer describing your services. Offer them a free first-time cleaning on the spot and you’ll have a roster full of regular customers in no time.
18. Wash Windows
Here’s a great side-hustle that can become a full-time business. What’s great about this is it is recession proof and always needed regardless of the season. Windows get dirty, and people need someone to clean them.
For the highest earnings, focus on getting commercial businesses as your clients. In my research, I’ve found people making anywhere from $25 to $70 per hour washing windows for businesses. Advertise on Craigslist and pitch businesses face-to-face. The goal is to get as many customers as you can in one area so you can clean all their windows in a few hours.
19. Make Home Repairs
When my dad retired, he started doing handyman work to stay busy. With an ad in a local paper and some word-of-mouth, he quickly had more work than he wanted. He had to scale back because he wanted to enjoy his retirement!
The point is, if you’re good at fixing things, you can make as much, or as little, as you want doing home repair jobs. Typical jobs might include replacing broken sprinklers, fixing faucets that drip, and unclogging dishwasher disposals.
If you don’t mind working on minor tasks around the house, this is a great way to make $100 a day.
Unique Ways to Make $100 a Day
20. Shop and Deliver Groceries
Become a personal grocery shopper and earn money when you want. To start, sign up with Instcart, which promises to grocery shop for those who don’t want the hassle. You shop for the items they want and then deliver the goods to them for a fee.
The average earnings rate for Instacart shoppers is $15 per hour so you could easily earn $100 a day if you put in about seven hours. Some orders may pay more or less based on the size of an order and the distance in miles you must go. Also, you might get tips for your service.
The best part about Instacart is the flexible work schedule. Log into the app when you want to work. Sign out when you don’t.
21. Become a Notary
Notary work is one of the best-kept secrets for those wanting to make good money working for themselves.
A few years back, a notary came to our house for some papers we needed notarized. She showed us where to sign, got our fingerprints and stamped the papers with her official seal.
She was at our home for 20 minutes, collected 4 signatures and made a cool $60. She said notary work is something she does part-time about five times a week to pay for her horse feed and other expenses. Full time could easily make $100 a day or more.
In California and some other states, you can charge $15 per signature as a notary. You can also charge a service fee to pay for your driving time.
Most states allow notaries to charge between $3 to $15 per signature plus a service fee.
Many notaries who want more money become loan signing agents and earn up to $150 per hour.
Becoming a notary is a simple process. In most states, all you have to do is complete an application at your county clerk’s office and pay the states filing fee. That’s it. Check with your county clerk’s office to see what is required in your state.
I became a notary as a way of paying off debts. It’s a great side gig and very flexible.
If you’re interested in becoming a loan signing agent, I recommend checking out the Loan Signing Agent program. I’ve spoken with Mark Wills and his program is very good.
22. Find Gigs on Craigslist
Did you know Craigslist has a category just for side-gigs? The “Gigs” category, just below the Jobs section, is a little-known (and underutilized!) section on Craigslist.
The gigs are organized by various subcategories, including computer jobs, event, and creative gigs.
A good friend of mine found a regular gig working at concerts. Her work involves talking to people before the show, handing out flyers or helping people install apps on their phone. Once the show begins, she is done working and can see the show for free.
You can find easy jobs in the Gigs section. For example, you might get paid converting video files to be YouTube compatible for people who don’t know how to do that. You’ll also see gigs working on a setup crew for a concert or event.
Labor gigs are popular as well. Many people want someone to help them move, haul away the trash, clean up a backyard, or hang up Christmas lights.
You can usually find a market survey to participate in. These involve going to a movie preview or product testing and then answering questions to get your opinion.
As you probably know, with Craigslist you must be cautious and trust your instincts to weed out the scammy ads. Again, if it costs money it’s not legitimate. Don’t waste your time on those.
You never know what you’ll find in the Gigs section. You can usually find at least a few gigs you wouldn’t mind doing for $100.
23. Stage Homes
If you have a talent for interior design, you can make money using your skills as a home stager. Many homes for sale look old and cluttered, making them difficult to sell. They also fail to get a fair price as buyers just can’t imagine themselves living there.
As a home stager, your goal is to improve a home’s appeal and increase the probability of a successful home sale at a maximum price.
For most jobs, you’ll be removing furniture or arranging it in a way that shows best. You may add art or other decorations such as flowers. You might see a dull room and punch it up with colorful pillows and plants.
How much do home stagers make? A home staging project could range from $500 to $5,000. You could easily average $100 a day or much more with this service.
On a smaller scale, you can be a home staging consultant. For $50 to $100 you could do a two-hour consultation and give the client a list of to-do items to be able to sell their home or get ready for a big event.
Start by creating a portfolio. Include your own home and offer a few freebies to local realtors to build up your portfolio and your network. Partner with enough realtors and you could fill up your schedule with home staging projects and earn well over $100 a day.
24. Rent Out A Room or House
By now you’ve heard of AirBnB which gives you the opportunity to rent out your home, or just a room if you wish. Travelers would rather book an inviting home at a reduced price rather than the impersonal and high-priced rooms offered at hotels.
According to research, 480,000 nights were reserved at hotels while 2.8 million nights were fulfilled through Airbnb over the span of one year.
I live in a small town with a population of only 12,000 in the Sierra foothills. A search turned up over 300 Airbnb results, with rooms ranging from $71 to $125 per night with homes garnering up to $185 per night.
It’s not for everyone, but some people really enjoy renting out a room – or their whole home. Many use the money to cover their mortgage.
Some investors are even buying property close to popular destinations. They live in a detached guest home and rent the main property for hundreds of dollars each day. They earn more this way than they could by leasing to a traditional long-term renter.
25. Be a Tutor
Are you adept at math, English, writing, or science? If so, you could easily find consistent work as a tutor.
Parents hire tutors all the time to help them improve their grades or to get them ready for college aptitude tests.
Tutor.com, Eduboard, and Wyzant are great places to start. The tutors listed there provide tutoring services to all grade levels, from elementary to college. When you list there, make sure to mention the education level of students you would like to work with.
These services take a percentage of your fees, so price yourself accordingly.
You can also advertise on Craigslist and Facebook or put a flyer up on the bulletin boards at your local college.
By charging an hourly rate of $20 to $25, you can easily reach your $100 a day goal and even surpass it.
26. Bartend and Serve Drinks
You don’t have to be a professional bartender to make money behind the bar. Many event companies offer bartending services to their clients who are planning events, private parties, and weddings. Many of these companies will even train you.
You don’t have to know how to make every drink (there are hundreds!), just the most commonly ordered ones, such as a screwdriver, martini or margarita. You can even learn these drinks by watching YouTube videos and practicing at home.
You will likely be paid a nominal fee to appear like a flat $50 or minimum wage. But the money is in the tips which you get to keep. Earning $100 for an event is not only achievable but you’ll likely earn even more.
27. Become a Personal Trainer
If fitness is your forté, you can make a handsome living as an independent personal trainer. Overhead costs are low and the hours are as flexible as you want them to be. You can schedule your appointments according to your availability.
You don’t even need to have your own gym, though it doesn’t hurt. I know someone who conducts small classes at a local park. His clients do intense bodyweight exercises and work with kettlebells.
Each client pays $20 for a 60-minute class. He limits class size to five, so he makes $100 per day minimum. He offers eight classes per week which equal $800 for less than eight hours of work. The bonus is that he participates in the workouts which keep him healthy and fit.
To get started, you’ll need certifications. Check the requirements for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Federation of Personal Trainers (NFPT). Another credible organization is the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA).
You can also train people in their homes. Many people like that convenience. Also, make arrangements with popular gyms in your area. Many gyms will charge you a fee to let you train others in their gym but you can build that into your training fee.
If you’re a gym rat already, this is the perfect side hustle that provides a fantastic opportunity to earn at least $100 a day.
28. Do Customer Service for Companies Like Apple
Have you ever looked for legitimate ways to make money at home or online only to be frustrated by the number of scammy companies out there?
Good news! Many mainstream companies are now offering legitimate customer service jobs working from home. Companies such as:
- Williams Sonoma
- UnitedHealth Group
Many of these companies pay upwards of $15 per hour so earning $100 per day is very doable. A good way to find these jobs is to do a Google search for “remote jobs for (Company name)” or “work at home jobs for (Company name).”
Make $100 Per Day Online Very Quickly
Making money online is so much better today than in years past. There are numerous ways to use your skills and talents online and get paid for it. Better yet, since the work is online you can work from anywhere at any time so long as you have an internet connection.
Here are some of the best ways to make money online.
29 Freelance Online
Freelancing is the best way to start making money online. You just have to find the intersection where your talents meets the needs of businesses.
Do you like to write? Are you good at creating websites? Do you enjoy using graphics software to create logos? Have you always wanted to be a voice-over artist?
Write down all the skills you possess or could commit to learning. Then see if there are businesses paying for that kind of work.
You can quickly ramp up to over $100 a day in earnings doing freelance work that businesses like to outsource.
For Upwork and Freelancer, create your profile emphasizing your best skills and then bid on projects.
I like Fiverr because you hang up your digital sign, package your service and, instead of bidding on jobs, businesses see your listing and contact you. Although their name is Fiverr, you can charge anything you want.
As you can see in the above image, freelancers are packaging their services for a nice chunk of change. And people are paying them for it.
The arrows point to how many people have left reviews for their service. Remember, many people don’t leave reviews, so these numbers are a minimum baseline from which you can determine how much each freelancer earns. For example, if a freelancer has over 1,000 reviews and is priced at $35 per project, you can safely assume that person earns at least $35,000.
Writing, graphic design, SEO, WordPress are the most popular jobs.
30. Become a Kindle Book Publisher
Not only is Kindle publishing an effective way to make $100 a day, but many publishers also scale up their publishing business to make $10,000 or more per month.
But it all starts with your first book. Experts recommend “niching down” at first to find a niche you can dominate. Take the weight loss niche for example. It’s an extremely saturated niche with well-known authors who work with large publishing companies and already have a large following. It will be hard to carve out a piece of that pie.
Instead, niche down as narrow as you can. So, using the weight loss niche as an example, how about “weight loss for post-pregnancy moms.” That’s better. How about “weight loss for moms over 40?” That’s best.
You likely won’t strike it rich with your first book, but you can make $100 a day or more if you choose the right niche. As your following grows you can widen your reach to include more broad subjects.
31. Create a Course
Courses are all the rage at the moment. It seems everyone has a course to sell.
Why? Because they work.
If you have specific knowledge on a subject people are interested in, you can create a very profitable course.
You may have heard people ask, “Why would I pay $300 for a course for information I can find for free online?”
It’s a legitimate question and it deserves a real answer. The truth is, people will gladly pay hundreds or sometimes thousands of dollars on a course for convenience and credibility.
Sure, they can find that information for free on the internet, but how long will it take to gather all that information? And when they finally accumulate everything they need to know, is it in an organized and coherent order that leads you from beginner status to expert?
Also, when you buy a course, usually you purchase it from someone who has expertise in that area. They’ve succeeded in a particular niche and people want to follow the exact steps they took to where they are.
Launching a course is a subject large enough to fill many books. It’s too vast a subject to cover entirely here.
But if you have knowledge and experience with a subject people want to know about it, you can create a course that people will pay money for. You can offer your course as a series of videos, audios, PDF’s or all three combined.
Most courses cost between $200 and $2,000. If you had a $1,000 course and had a goal of $50,000 per year, you would need to get 50 customers to purchase your course. Of course, you need to provide $1,000 worth of value.
As you can tell, you can make $100 a day to $1000 a day with courses, depending on your niche and the value your course provides.
32. Promote as an Affiliate
Affiliate marketing is one of the most popular ways of making money online.
Affiliate marketing works similar to the way companies give you a referral link and give you money when you refer a customer to them.
As an affiliate, you get an affiliate link to a product or service you’ve used or you think could help people. You put that link on your social media posts (check terms of service first) and blog posts and make money when someone purchases after clicking on your link.
The most popular affiliate program is Amazon Associates. You can pick any product on the Amazon site and get a specialized affiliate link for it. Amazon will pay you a referral fee for every customer who clicks through your link and orders something. And if that customer adds more items to their cart, you get a referral commission for them as well.
Affiliate marketing takes a little time to get going, but it can be very lucrative once you get the hang of it. Many “Super Affiliates” belong to dozens of affiliate programs and some earn thousands of dollars every day.
For more affiliate options, see the next section.
33. Become a Niche Blogger
Niche bloggers create websites around one subject and promote affiliate offers and their own courses for income. They may also allow third-party advertisers to put banner ads on their sites for money.
Most sites that are free to use (like this one) pay their bills with affiliate offers. Just don’t be spammy and make sure you only promote offers which you have used and can vouch for or offers you genuinely feel could help people.
Niche sites can be on just about any subject with a following. For example, you can create a niche site about kitchen knives and link to your favorite products on Amazon. I’ve heard of someone making a full-time living with a Girl Scout blog. I know of a teacher who retired and created syllabuses and educational resources for parents who home-school their children.
I’ve done niche blogging for a long time and I can tell you first hand it works. My most successful venture was a concert ticket site which referred customers to a place they could buy cheap concert tickets.
Is blogging hard? Not at all. In fact, it’s very easy. You just have to follow a few steps to set it up. Once your blog is running, creating a blog post is about as hard as writing an email. Easy-peasy grilled cheesy.
If you want a little help, I created a simple step-by-step guide to help you start your own blog in about 20 minutes.
34. Sell on Etsy
Are you a creative person? Are you good with arts and crafts? You might make $100 a day or more on Etsy selling your products, such as jewelry, baby toys, custom woodwork, clothing, handmade soaps, you name it.
Selling on Etsy is a long play. You may not make a lot of money initially but stick with it and you can eventually make a full-time living
35. Start a YouTube Channel
If you like creating videos you can make money on YouTube. The site already has over one million creators in its YouTube Partner Program.
Once you get 10,000 views, you can monetize your channel. You will then receive approximately $2-$4 for every 1,000 views. That can really add up, especially if your site becomes popular.
For most people, the real money isn’t in the views. It comes from using YouTube to facilitate sales outside of the platform, such as:
- Directing YouTube traffic to your site or blog.
- Making videos that contextually include affiliate links. For example, you could show how to fix a broken faucet and then include an Amazon link to the tool you used to do the job.
- Use YouTube to promote your own products. You might create videos on a popular subject and at the end tell viewers to check out your related product or service.
Making videos is fun. You might even become a well-known YouTube personality. Either way, making $100 a day on YouTube is very achievable.
36. Manage Social Media for Others
A strong social media presence is crucial for businesses today. But many businesses are busy focusing on core tasks and don’t have time to manage their social media accounts.
What’s more, even if they have the time, many business owners are overwhelmed by everything that does into managing all their social media accounts.
That’s why many businesses are turning to social media managers to take that load off their hands. If you are adept at growing a following, and you have the numbers to prove it, you can fill in your schedule rather quickly with clients who need you.
You must be good at creating posts, graphics, and infographics. You’ll also need to manage ads, reply to followers, and understand social media strategy to grow a channel and build brand exposure.
To start, you should have a large following of your own to show potential clients as proof of your success. You should also build a portfolio of business you’ve helped.
If you’re new, start with your own social media channels and offer businesses a month of free management to prove your worth. It only takes a few businesses to work with you, and you’ll be off and running.
Pay varies according to your experience and skill level. But with a pay range of $15 to $120+ per hour, you should be able to make $100 a day relatively easily.
37. Do Freelance Writing
This is my favorite way to make $100 a day or more and I still write to this day.
Search on Indeed or ZipRecruiter for “freelance writer remote” or “remote content writer.”
You’ll also find dozens of jobs on Upwork and Freelancer. Create a gig on Fiverr to have businesses looking at you.
You can even earn $100 per article at ListVerse.
Stay away from “content farms” which pay in the neighborhood of two cents per word. They’re a waste of time and you’ll spend your time working for pennies instead of looking for better writing jobs.
Go to these company sites, find the contact info, and send a pitch email to them offering your services. Include a few samples of your work so they can see the value you could add to their online presence. You won’t hear back from many of the businesses you contact, but some will take you up on your offer and pay you what you are worth.
38. Become a Virtual Assistant
This is another way to make money doing something many businesses are looking to outsource. It’s a win/win for everyone.
Virtual assistants (VAs) can perform any number of tasks, such as:
- Composing newsletters
- Responding to customers/clients
- Posting to social media
- Proofread content
- Perform research
- Manage projects and launches
- Make travel arrangement
Your client could ask you to do one or all of these tasks or something different altogether. Many experienced VAs recommend specializing in one area which you really enjoy.
39. Buy and Sell Online (Arbitrage)
You’ve heard of house flipping. Arbitrage is basically product flipping. You find a product at a store or online for one price, and then sell it for a higher price.
Mark Cuban has stated this a great way for beginning entrepreneurs to learn business, to spot values and sell them at higher price points.
One clever way of doing arbitrage is buying something on Amazon and selling it for a higher price on eBay. You’d be surprised at the number of items on Amazon which fetch higher prices on eBay.
You can do the Amazon-to-eBay trade without even leaving your home. Once you receive an order from eBay, you can buy the products on Amazon and deliver it directly to the eBay buyer.
Some people find deals at WalMart or other retailers. Before they buy an item, they will search eBay and Amazon to see if an item is selling for more on those platforms.
Arbitrage is attractive to many because you can earn money from on day one. That said, the money you make initially will likely be small. But as you build your skills you can make $100 a day in short order.
40. Teach English Online
You do not need to speak another language to teach English to students in other countries. Many parents and schools prefer a total language immersion experience.
You are required to speak English very well. Some companies prefer that you have a degree, although it is not always required.
According to VIPKid, the average earnings for online English tutors is $14-$22 per hour.
Quickly Making $100 a Day: The Bottom Line
Making $100 a day is the perfect goal. It’s easily attainable and once you know how to make $100 a day, you can usually make $1,000 a day by scaling up your process.
As you can see, there are so many ways to make $100 a day. These side hustles can start as something you do in your spare time but they easily grow to become your main source of income. Make your plan and start making legitimate money today.
Did I miss anything? If you know of other money-making ventures which can earn $100 a day, please leave a comment and let me know so I can add it to the list and everyone will benefit.