Some people don’t like getting their hands dirty. Good thing that in this century, they no longer need to.
It’s entirely possible to make thousands off of your skills on a computer and in software now. You don’t have to work for someone else if you don’t want to. You can use your skills to start a self-run business on your PC, all from home.
It’s tradition to read a newspaper in the morning while eating breakfast. But now, in the 21st century, that tradition has gotten slightly modified. Instead of thin paper sheets with small newsprint, people are starting to look more towards online news outlets. It’s much easier to have all the matters of the globe appear at your fingers at a click than it is to buy the morning paper every morning before you can read it.
Online newsletters are quickly gaining more popularity as time goes by. A relatively recent company named Morning Brew now has over a million subscribers. This business is a relatively cheap business to start. The only catch is, you have to keep your site regularly updated and post content that’s well-written enough to keep your readers coming back.
Writing isn’t obsolete, and it will likely never be. No matter how advanced sound and image use gets, writing remains a firm constant as it gives viewers the information they need and add a strong touch of personality to the matter. Writing is a skill, and not everyone can do it well.
Looking across several blogs and sites, you’ll find that they are pretty lacking in the way they structure their pages and the language they use. You can personally reach out to the creators or owners of these pages and offer suggestions. If they get back to you and seem interested, you can then offer to do a whole rewrite and send them SEO analyses of their webpage.
Every website wants to be at the front of Google’s display. There is enormous competition for the front page. SEO analyzers and content writers are necessary. If you can provide these growing companies with what they need, they will give you what you want.
With giants like Joe Rogan in the field, podcasts are rising in popularity. Everyone plans to start one. But as with most things, it’s not as easy as it sounds to make good podcasts.
If your podcasts involve guests, you have to contact managers, convince and pay for their appearances. If it’s just you, then you better be doing your best to be the most articulate well-spoken person you can be because no one’s going to listen to a podcast of a voice they don’t like.
Audio editing, however, is a much less creative process, albeit requiring some level of artistic instinct. You can pick up a technical skill by meddling around with the editing software and equipment for a few months. I would recommend doing a miniature course on the matter, as that will speed up the process. But if you’ve always had a knack for software, then perhaps you’ll get by on just YouTube tutorials.