Are you worried about how you’re going to make cash in 2013? While the U.S economy is supposed to bounce back this year, it would be wise to have another stream of revenue. It’s very possible for you to stay afloat financially whether the economy sinks or floats thanks to the internet. If you have a passion and some sort of applicable talent, you can definitely make money online.
Let Your Creativity Make You Money
Do you have valuable comics, dolls, antiques, and so on? You can sell them online. Are you handy with arts and crafts? You can also sell them online. No matter what you have or what you can make there’s someone who will purchase it out there.
For those you good with arts and crafts there’s Etsy, ArtFire, and Zibbet. These are kinds of virtual bazaars where someone can purchase a piece of work at full price or bid to the closest acceptable price. Basically they’re an eBay or Amazon for art.
Vintage stuff tends to be in high demand, just set up a marketplace, put up pictures of your wares as well as a description and wait for a buyer to take the bait. Of the three listed above, Etsy is the most well-known and frequented.
If you want to jump in on the ground floor of another rapidly growing online art bazaar, give Redbubble a gander. Artbreak is also another growing site however it is targeted toward more traditional art.
Amazon’s CreateSpace is a good vehicle for authors and musicians to sell their work on Amazon. You can even sell movies. Another kind of all-purpose site is UploadNSell which allows you to sell various forms of digital media—from e-books to songs to computer wallpapers—commission-free.