The 3 Best Ways To Make Money Online in 2021 – Without Starting Your Own Business

It’s no secret that the internet has opened up countless opportunities for entrepreneurs around the world. With the ability to reach millions of people through a palm-sized device that’s by our sides 24/7, we are witnessing an enormous shift in the way business is done. 

One thing that makes this particularly fascinating, is just how ridiculously profitable these businesses are. By minimizing expensive overheads, rent in particular, some of these businesses have profit margins as high as 90%. This is where the great opportunities for people like you lie. 

Now if you’re totally new to business, pay attention. You might not be a natural-born business owner, or an entrepreneur at heart. However, you may have been laid off from your job, looking to make some extra cash, or even make more money than you ever have working remotely online. 

With the rapid growth of many of these businesses, there are roles within them that you can potentially fill. If you’re risk averse like many, forget all the expensive start-up costs of running your own business. If you’re hungry, motivated and coachable, I can guarantee there are businesses out there looking for someone just like you. 

So without further adieu, here are the 3 best ways to make money online in 2021, without starting your own business.

1. Become an SDR 

I know what you’re probably thinking – what in the world is an SDR? An SDR is a Sales Development Representative, and in a nutshell, the role of an SDR is a commission-based outbound sales representative. Now, there is a reason I put this first on the list. Not only is this structure great for you, it’s great for the businesses as well. 

If you’re hungry and teachable, becoming an SDR is quite possibly the best way to learn skills that will serve you for life, and make anywhere from $3k-$30k/month in commissions, depending upon the offer and how hard you’re willing to go. The best way to find SDR opportunities is to find Facebook Groups relevant to the online business sector, connect with people, and ask around if they know of anyone looking for SDR’s – I can almost guarantee there will be.  

2. Become a Virtual Assistant

A virtual assistant provides various services to entrepreneurs and business owners, while working remotely. Being a virtual assistant, you get the joys of working for a great business, all while being in the comfort of your own home. With the average virtual assistant earning anywhere between $25-$45 p/h, this is a great starting point to replace, or even surpass your current income.

With those of you who are coachable and are willing to upskill, VA’s can earn up to a whopping $100p/h – beats working minimum wage at McDonalds, right? If you’re interested in becoming a highly skilled, highly valued, and highly paid virtual assistant, DM Willow Kaii on Instagram to learn how.

3. Become a High Ticket Closer

Simply put, a high ticket closer is the person who gets on the phone and closes sales deals for a commission – nothing more, nothing less. You can make up to $1000 per deal if you can find the right offer. Scaling businesses are always looking for more closers. Now you might have a background in sales, or you might not. For those who don’t, there’s plenty of great places to learn.

Connect with some sales pro’s on LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram, read Sales EQ, or scour youtube for great sales content. Warning – this role is not for you if you’re not teachable, highly sensitive and aren’t a good communicator. However, if you’re willing to learn, you could end up making far more than you’ve ever made before. 

There you have it, there are the 3 best ways to make money online in 2021, without starting your own business. 

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