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Hello. Please suggest me an online side hustle I could pursue with my laptop. Thanks in advanced for suggestions.

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1: Web Design
There's a whole section on Web Design as a hustle. You don't need to know how to code. You can start from Zero. There's even a course made by Fox (I think). I haven't gone through it but a bunch of people here have and they have some interesting stories / numbers to show.

2: Graphic design
Spend a few weeks learning to use photoshop / adobe illustrator or other products like those. It's not hard. I learnt basics of photoshop in like 2 days when I was in college. Then you can make logos / webpages / business cards / whatever the client needs.

3: Freelance writing
Don't know too much about this one but there's people doing this full time.

3: Video editing
Same with Graphic design. Choose 1 - 2 softwares, learn them a bit then look for clients who need your skills.

4: Youtube channel
You'll need a lot of different skills for this one:
-video editing,
-photoshop for thumbnails
-storytelling and the like
It can have a high upside but it's also hard to get the ball rolling.


5 :Some people would say day trading. I would advise against that. But do your own research and decide.
6 :Some would say dropshipping. This is a bit better than day trading. Do more research and get into it if you really know what you're doing and have a stellar product / plan. ( preferably with some modifications or your own product so others can't copy you in 3 days )

I'm sure there's more but these are off the top of my head.
 

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I once posted a thread on what side hustles i can do to earn money if i have some coding skills. I don't have laptop those days, but now i had one.
What was mentioned in that other thread?

I think there’s a lot of “side-hustle” threads in here. Have you checked those?
 

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1: Web Design
There's a whole section on Web Design as a hustle. You don't need to know how to code. You can start from Zero. There's even a course made by Fox (I think). I haven't gone through it but a bunch of people here have and they have some interesting stories / numbers to show.

2: Graphic design
Spend a few weeks learning to use photoshop / adobe illustrator or other products like those. It's not hard. I learnt basics of photoshop in like 2 days when I was in college. Then you can make logos / webpages / business cards / whatever the client needs.

3: Freelance writing
Don't know too much about this one but there's people doing this full time.

3: Video editing
Same with Graphic design. Choose 1 - 2 softwares, learn them a bit then look for clients who need your skills.

4: Youtube channel
You'll need a lot of different skills for this one:
-video editing,
-photoshop for thumbnails
-storytelling and the like
It can have a high upside but it's also hard to get the ball rolling.


5 :Some people would say day trading. I would advise against that. But do your own research and decide.
6 :Some would say dropshipping. This is a bit better than day trading. Do more research and get into it if you really know what you're doing and have a stellar product / plan. ( preferably with some modifications or your own product so others can't copy you in 3 days )

I'm sure there's more but these are off the top of my head.
Thanks bro.
 

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2: Graphic design
Spend a few weeks learning to use photoshop / adobe illustrator or other products like those. It's not hard. I learnt basics of photoshop in like 2 days when I was in college. Then you can make logos / webpages / business cards / whatever the client needs.
You could even just use Canva or Snappa.

(Good list btw.)
 

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