Do People Survive Without a Job?

Hey there, this is Clark and a huge welcome to If you want to know do people survive without a job the answer is YES my friend. Below let me just share some of the ways that you can make a living without a 9-to-5 job, and if you have any questions or comments at all while reading, just let me know in the comment box at the bottom of this page.


Let’s Start With Internet Marketing (Creating a Business Online)

Creating a business online is unlike starting a traditional business. With traditional businesses such as farms, grocery shops, jewelry stores, restaurants, etc., there are high overheads and capital expenditures, not to mention it’ll take years to break even and start making profits. With a restaurant, for example, you have to spend a lot of money – for space, kitchen equipment, tables and chairs, hiring staff – and that is before your first customer sits down to eat.

With Internet marketing it can be free to start, and if later you need to pay to grow your business it’ll just be a few hundred dollars each year. You don’t have to sell anything to make money with your website, although you certainly can! Billions of dollars are being spent on the Internet EVERY day and you can get in on the action anytime you want.

Plus, it is much easier nowadays due to the technical aspects of website building and hosting can be all taken care of for you.

Let me briefly go through the process of Internet marketing, so that you have an idea of what you’ll be doing:

1) Decide on your niche, which is your “topic” and what you’ll be writing about on your website. It can be anything that you love or enjoy – cooking, musical instruments, meditation MP3s, personal development, fitness, health food, weight loss, pets, traveling, etc. With more than 3.5 billion people online, you don’t need to worry about a shortage of people in any niche.

2) Create a website, which is your space or “retail/department store” on the Internet. If you create a free website with the SiteRubix website platform, it can take less than a minute, and you just need to decide on your website name and design. That’s it.

3) Get traffic (website visitors), and this is your main task. More people visiting your website and reading your content = more opportunities for you to make money. Publish relevant, engaging and helpful posts/content on your website, so that you quickly gain TRUST from the search engines. With this trust, when someone does a search in Google or some other search engine, your website’s relevant post(s) will be likely to be on the first page of its search results, and is(are) likely to be clicked and read.

You don’t need to be a brilliant writer or anything like that, just communicate via your website the same way you talk to your family and friends.

4) One of the most popular and well-paid methods to earn money with your website and content is “affiliate marketing”, where you promote other people’s products/services on your website and earn commissions if you make a sale. Another great method is placing “advertisements” on your website, and earn money each time someone clicks on one of your ads.

If you’re interested to start an online business for free, I recommend registering as a member at Wealthy Affiliate. Their free training will guide you through the four steps above and get your online business up and running. That was how I got started in Internet marketing, and I would DEFINITELY recommend the same for you. Read my Wealthy Affiliate review.

Right, recognizing that sitting in front of a computer may not be for everyone, let me suggest some other careers that you can explore whether standalone or together with Internet marketing.


Drive with Uber

Since it was introduced, Uber has made the transportation-for-hire industry better and more user-friendly. With a smartphone, anyone who requires a ride can instantly connect with an army of Uber drivers who use their cars as transports-for-hire.

If you enjoy driving around town, and you have a car and a valid driver’s license, sign up with Uber to make some money. As an Uber driver, you also have the flexibility to arrange your working hours.


Giving Private Tuition (that is, if you were good in school)

What about helping kids and teenagers do better in their studies? Think back to your school days – which subjects were you good at? Is it science? Physics? Geography? Mathematics? You can provide one-to-one tutoring for kids/teenagers and when you’ve gotten a few happy customers, just ask them to refer you to their friends.



Finally, if you love to cook (and are good at it) you may consider starting a catering business. It would be even better if you have a business partner who likes to socialize. You can prepare the meals while your partner delivers the food to people’s homes and get new business. To start with you can ask around your neighborhood, and your customers can help to spread the word once they’ve tasted your (delicious) meals.

Alright, that’s all for today, and if you have ANY questions or comments DO feel free to leave them below and I’ll be more than happy to help you out. Thanks!

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