38 Cool Hobbies That can Make Money (and how)
To Make money is quite easy,, TBH If you are pretty good at a hobby, you can probably make money off it.You’re about to get a lot of ideas on how to do just that, so keep reading.
37 Hobbies That Make Money
At the heart of making money from your hobby is creating a website about your passionate hobby. Look, you may be the best horse back rider in the world. But if nobody knows who you are, nobody will care. If nobody cares, you won’t make any money with your hobby. Which is why it’s incredibly important to make yourself known. Again, the easiest and cheapest way to do this (and make a lot of money) is to reach people online.
1(b). Taking Paid Surveys
Did you know you can make money expressing your opinion?
Companies are desperate to make better products and services, and they need your opinions in order to accomplish this.
You can make a decent income by participating in surveys for money daily. It’s a nice little side hobby because they pay you right away and you can actually make a decent income from it. And you can get started right away. All you need to do is sign up with a few survey websites to begin taking surveys for money.
If you’re a gamer and you’re fairly good at it, you can make money by uploading your game play to website like Youtube. People will watch your videos and a percentage of them will click the Youtube ads. You will make a commission every time someone clicks. It could be a few cents to a few dollars.
If you’re really elite, you can join clans and go to tournaments in your city or even around the world. If you’re successful, you can win items like the latest gaming hardware, games, and even cash. Big tournaments pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars. You can also potentially get sponsored by big gaming brands, too. That’s guaranteed money in the bank.
Playing in gaming tournaments for money is called esporting. Big money is paid out at these tournies.
If you love baking, you know you don’t spend hours baking just a few cookies. You bake TONS of cookies. And you can’t eat them all. Instead of giving them to your neighbor or forcing them down your throat, find schools, restaurants, cafes, or bake sales where you can sell your baked goods.
You can (and should) start a baking blog as well. Because your earning potential online is virtually unlimited. You could create a baking ebook and sell it to your readers. Or display ads on your website. Or create baking tutorials on Youtube and make money off Youtube ads.
Photography is an incredibly lucrative hobby. It’s absolutely necessary to create a website to display your work. I’d personally choose a type of photography, like “scenery photography” or “animal photography”, or “travel photography” and specialize in that.
The sky is the limit for money making potential. You can create photography tutorials to sell, review your photography gear and make money from referring people to places to buy photography gear, or sell your photos. You’ll get paid a flat fee for each photo or get paid on a royalty basis, where every time your photo is downloaded, you get paid.
5. Web Design
If your hobby is web design, you have an incredibly useful skill. This is a skill worth learning if you don’t have a clue about it. Virtually every business is online and new business are created every minute. They all need websites created and managed. You can charge a ton of money too.
You can charge $2000+ to create a website that may only take you 20 hours to complete. You can also outsource someone to create a website for your client. You charge $2000 for the website to be made, and pay the outsourcer maybe a few hundred dollars to make it, while pocketing the change. Rinse and repeat. You’ll want to find someone in a country like the Philippines to create the website because you can pay them way less.
Like virtually everything on this list, I recommend creating a blog to showcase your work to help people choose your web designing abilities for their business.