How to Make Money as a Kid
How to make money as a kid is a question that is asked quite a lot! If you are a kid reading this you may be asking
How can I make money? I am just a kid.
Here is the thing… there are kids all across the world who take have business ideas at a young age and become millionaires while they are in high school!
Ok so easy may not be the right word but I am not sure how else to describe it.
Starting my blog, Mom Knows Best Online was one of the best things I have ever done…
I get paid to sit on my couch and write articles!
Blogs earn money in a variety of ways and you don’t have to be a killer writer… as you can tell…
You can blog about anything and make money.
Maybe your interested in video games. Create a video game review site in which you write about the newest games. Include videos and Boom cash cow…
Maybe you play a sport. Write create a site about free fire, pubg or mobile legend. This could be advice, techniques, equipment, etc. Really there are endless ideas.
Here are the four ways that I make money blogging:
- Ads- Yup those annoying little things but they pay
- Sponsors- People pay me to advertise their business- sorta like ads but more specific
- Sponsored Posts- This is when I write an article about a product or service. Its my opinion, but they pay more for it.
- Affiliate sales- This is when someone buys something after clicking my links.
First thing that you will need is a Domain Name. Keep it short, simple and use a .com:
You will also need Hosting. We recommend that all new bloggers use Blogspot.com
Because it’s cheap… you get a FREE domain… and CHEAP!
What else? you said?
Well, you can try become a Youtube content creator.
How do you make money on the YouTube channel?
Do you know, that on average, Kid You-tubers make 1.5$ on 1000 views. But with brand deals, You can make 10,000$ for 100,000 views if your video get this much views in first 30 days.
There are other ways to make money from Kids YouTube channel like
1- Google adsense
2-Amazon affiliate program
Content creators on YouTube Kids earn from ad revenue, similar to regular YouTube. The difference is that they only show ads that are approved as family-friendly.
Also, a short animated intro will play before the paid ad to help kids understand that a paid ad will play before the video.