The Manual #20 - Ways You Can Make Money in 2022
I saw this tweet from Daniel which breaks down how you could possibly make $100k a year online.
$100k is definitely a lot of money for people and can seem very out of reach. Being able to break it down into chunks like this I think can help a lot.
I do many of the things that Daniel has mentioned here, and more. And if I don’t include my Shopify store, I’m making well above the $100k mark.
My income streams consist of YouTube, sponsors, freelancing, digital products, classes, ebooks and a few more.
Having multiple streams which all work off each other adds up very quickly and if you get it right, you can have it run on autopilot.
For example with YouTube I can dip into four different revenue streams in one video. I’ll make money from YouTube Adsense, a sponsor, a digital product like a wallpaper and then maybe a physical product from ULX. Two of them are somewhat passive, YouTube Adsense and the digital product. As they don’t require any additional work after they’re done.
I’ve been impressed with how popular this video has been. I share a one-monitor-setup for those who have a Mac, games console and PC, but only want one monitor to handle everything. This is the best I’ve found yet.
This is one of the first videos where I’ve started using studies and evidence. Surprisingly it’s not something I’ve done before. I hope to continue though as I think it does a much better job of enforcing my ideas.
I share my 7 income streams from 2021 and how much I’ve made.
A collection of links to stuff I think are worth sharing.
Fracking for Clean Energy — Informative video on how fracking could actually produce clean energy.
Maeving RM1 — The coolest electric bike I’ve seen yet.
Inside MKBHD’s $1m Studio — Great video by Colin and Samir going through Marques’ current studio setup.
The Amazing Shots of Christopher Nolan — Gave me goosebumps.
Copywriting Examples — If you’re into advertising, you’ll enjoy this.
MenubarX — Put a website right in your menubar.
Fig — Autocomplete for command line. How is this not already a thing.