How To Make $150/day Online in 60 minutes or Less- Online Biz For Beginners !
What's going on my YouTube make money crew in today's video. We're talking about how to create an online business that generates $150 per day, or way more for beginners. And we're gonna do it all in less than 60 minutes.
I'm gonna teach you how you can do this and more than likely under 30 minutes. So I hope you got your coffee. I hope you got your tea. I'm excited to share this blueprint with you because in the past four years, I've generated three types of businesses that have produced six figures online in the current business, I have has generated multiple six figures, specifically over half a million dollars in revenue in the last two years. And so we've got a fire agenda for you today. So if you're excited about this online business blueprint, go ahead and type in biz blueprint in the comments and let's get going with this video. Now,
there are tons hundreds of different business models out there, but I believe one of the fastest way to get up and going with making money online is with a online service based business. Now, this is something that I've done. This is something that many, many of my successful entrepreneur friends have done as well. And what this means is tapping into the online education industry and online service providing industry. So we're gonna talk about freelancing and we're gonna talk about offering different services online. And this is how at creators are monetizing like crazy as they're creating content on YouTube, Instagram Pinterest, LinkedIn TikTok, all of these social media platforms.
This is the key to how they're making big money on the backend, right? And backend, meaning driving traffic to a specific service, our product. This is how it's done. And so on different videos, I've mentioned that one company called signify signal fire, a company that did a study on content creators around the world found that content creators or content creation is officially the fastest growing type of small business in the world. And what this means is the is 50 million, right million with an L I O N at the end, <laugh> 50 million content creators worldwide. That claim that they're that's their business. They are content creators.
So out of those 15 million, 13 million are YouTubers. And out of those 13 million YouTubers, 1 million are professional YouTubers, meaning that they make a minimum of six figures per year from their YouTube channels. And the majority of how they're doing it is, you know, with the things that we're going to talk about today. So today I'm going to go over what type of services we're talking about here and how you can tap into the service and education marketplace. We're gonna go over what you need in your business toolkit. We're gonna go over traffic. We're gonna go over website versus sales funnels.
What the heck, which one do I need and why? And then later on, we are going to go over this selling piece, the products and the services that are going to make you this amount of money per day. Now this video is sponsored by Skillshare more on that later on. And this video is also dedicated to my 21 year old self who had no idea that she wanted to be a future entrepreneur, let alone a future online business owner. Okay. And really, I just wanna get that education piece out there for you guys. So you guys have a clear path on what exactly to do in less than an hour. Okay.
So understanding this part of your online business class that we're going over today in this video is understanding what services are available to offer, right? How you're going to get paid. So I've offered these myself, not all of 'em, but I know so many other are creator friends that have offered similar types of services in the past. And I'm talking about, you could do social media management, you could do content creation. You could offer operations management for small businesses. You could offer paid advertising and managing and running other businesses, paid advertisements. You can offer sales copy, you can offer website, building and design.
And of course you can build an online education based business where you create courses in different forms of education for people who want to pay you to learn about what you know. Okay. So now let's understand what's the difference between a freelancer, a contractor and an agency. I'm sure you've heard of all of these kinds of things being thrown around on the internet. So a freelancer and contractor are kind of the same,
but they're kind of different. So a freelancer is somebody who specifically has one of these skill sets and is able to offer these skill sets maybe you've seen, you've heard of fiverr.com, Upwork, freelancer.com. You've maybe heard of all of these websites where you can get hired. You do a specific service. So that is a freelancer. They get paid specifically for a project to offer a skill or to complete a task for somebody, a small business influencer, whoever it may be a contractor could be not necessarily a freelancer, but a contractor can kind of be the middle man between a Lance freelancer and a business. A contractor could definitely have these skills,
but they may not be on the forefront of delivering this service and fulfilling this work like firsthand. So that would be the freelancer's job. And then an agency is somebody or is a organization, right? Even a, a small business in itself where they have multiple freelancers within the, the agency and contractors who are able to build out a system of fulfilling this service for multiple, multiple people solopreneurs, small businesses, et cetera. So somebody who owns an agency may not have any of the skillsets of graphic design website, building social media management. They are just somebody who operates the entire business.
And they get paid from client acquisition from basically delivering and bringing clients to the freelancers. They're able to get a cut of commission because they bring them the work. And so how would you decide between freelancer versus agency versus education? Well, I would say if you're somebody who has a skill, you love doing video editing or graphic design, or maybe it's operations management, I would suggest that, you know, you would go the freelancer route.
If you're somebody who loves project management and operations as a whole and overseeing things and still making money, you could start to think about creating an agency. If you're somebody who wants to create more of a passive income stream, and you have an expertise that you want to get out and share and teach to the masses, then I would gear towards creating an education company and creating online courses and online education that are going to be helpful to several people, hundreds of people, thousands of people eventually. And that way you could scale your online education business and serve and impact so many people at once. As an example of an agency, my friend and fellow creator, YouTube creator, her name is Katie Stuckey. Really cool girl. She has a YouTube channel, but she also has an agency.
Her C is called creator Lee, and she is out of Canada. So she's basically built up a team of skilled freelancers who is able to fulfill work. They can do things like video editing, podcast, editing different social media repurposing for your content.
It's really cool how she built up this agency. She's the head and an owner of the agency and does basically all the driving of the traffic through her YouTube channel. And so she helps that company get the clients and then the freelancers that work for the agency fulfill the work and the client services. So it's really cool what she's built up, but that's basically an example of an online service based business and a really successful one at that. Okay. Let's talk about the next lesson in this online business tutorial, and that is your business toolkit your toolkit. So what tools are you going to need to operate everything day to day? So the first thing you're going to need for sure is a way to be productive.
Okay. So, so this means a productivity system. This means a project management system, because everything you do in your business, whether you're just getting started or you're three years into it, you're gonna need something to manage your day to day tasks. What you have to do, your two dos, anything on your two do list, whether it is business or personal that's part business. Okay. So you're gonna need to you're gonna need a way to track that. And my number one recommendation is Asana.
You can get started for absolutely free and you can continue using it for free. I, I used the tool for free for about a year and a half until my team started to grow and I had to upgrade, but Asana, go ahead and start that free trial with Asana. I highly recommend it. The next thing you'll need is a domain, a website domain, and a business email. So I just use godaddy.com. For my business email, I use Google workspace.
It's super easy to set up and create a business email and integrate it or connect it with your GoDaddy domain. And the next thing you'll need is an online sales funnel builder. So I prefer systems or business tools that are all in one, meaning they have sales funnels, email marketing, they have everything you need all in one system. So it's kind of like a way to centralize your business and house it so that you don't need to do all these complicated integrations and integrate MailChimp with an autoresponder and such and such. It's just, it gets complicated. So that's why I prefer to have my funnels, email marketing, my webpages all in one place. So you can refer the description after this video for my number one recommended all in one business and sales funnel builders.
So you can get started with that today. Okay. So the next lesson that we're talking about in this video is all about traffic, right? The thing that makes the foundation of your business, and that makes the money and the sales, and this is a great time to talk about today's sponsors Skillshare. Now, what is Skillshare exactly. Now think of Skillshare as an community with a digital library of amazing classes that inspire creativity, that inspire you to sharpen a skill, learn a new skill and learn how to level up in whatever it is you're trying to do. For example, in this video,
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You can get in front of the camera. You can create faceless content where maybe you demonstrate something on a whiteboard. You're demonstrating something with your hands. Maybe you have a baking channel. Maybe you have a DIY crafts channel. Maybe you are, maybe you can start creating content and use other people and not just yourself to help you create the content. So there's so many ways to go about it. If you don't want to be the sole creator of content on your YouTube channel or your Instagram account, wherever it may be. But the point I want to make here is this is going to be your fastest way and least resistant way to creating money online, whatever revenue you're trying to generate.
It starts with videos that you're putting out there, right? Because so many people get so discouraged because they're like, I have no audience. I have no list. I have blah, blah, blah. I have nothing. It's like, well, people aren't born with email lists, right? They're not born with audiences. You have to create it. That's the beauty of internet and social media nowadays is you can start to create an audience super fast nowadays. It's in, it's incredible. Like once you dedicate your first study, 30 days to posting content, how you can get up and running and get your first thousand followers, subscribers really, really relatively fast because these algorithms want to push your content, especially video content. They want to push it out there to different people. So this is what's really cool.
And if you want to learn more about YouTube and specifically to building a, an audience of raving fans, who's going to absolutely adore you, share your content, engage and also buy from you. Definitely go ahead and download my Subscribers to Sales blueprint up here. Or one of the, probably the second or third link in the description, it goes over the exact six steps. You need to turn this thing. You're watching right here into a powerful online business and sales machine.
Okay. So for your next lesson in online business, we're gonna talk about a website now. So many people get freaked out of the term website because they think that they need one to get started. Well, it's, you know, kind of 50 50, you do need one, but you don't need one the way that you think you do. <Laugh> and first off building a website is so easy nowadays, like anyone can do it. You don't need to hire anybody. You can literally get started it and get a solid looking website up and running within an hour. And I don't say that lightly,
you don't need several different pages. You don't need all this fancy stuff, like contact me location of business. You just need the basics. Okay. And the reason you need this is because a lot of times, like, let's say, for example, you want to get a business loan or get a business bank bank account, or you're applying to be an, an affiliate for a program, or people are asking information about you and your business. A lot of times you have to provide a business website. And so it doesn't have to be fancy. It just has to be a home online where you can direct people and say, Hey, this is my business website, you know, it's marissaromero.com
It's, you know, your agency name.com. And that's, what's the most important is just getting up a page on there, just with basic information, what you do, what kind of service you offer, maybe your contact business, email. That's really it as you go on, you can have so many more features of your website, but don't even if you can't build a website, don't worry about it right now, main thing is that you have a way to start generating your own traffic for your business, right in your company. And the best to do with that is to have a website in the form of a sales funnel. So a sales funnel is technically a website.
There's like a.com address. And it is, it's a link that you can share with people. And this is also acceptable. If you know, some formal organization or bank, or whoever asks you, what's your website, you can give them your sales funnel link. That's perfectly fine. But with sales funnels, there's, it's just much better because there's a purpose to the sales funnel.
So it's either getting somebody to opt in to something so putting in their name and their email, which is really, really important because once you have somebody's name and email, then you're able to remarket your services to them over and over so that they could eventually buy with you and purchase from you. You know, one time, several times, however many times you want to market to them. So that's the main difference between a website and a sales funnel website is kind of like your home online. It talks about you and the brand. A sales funnel has a specific purpose whether to get email marketing leads, whether that's to sell something whether that's to take a visitor to become a lead and take them through an entire buying process.
That is also a possibility as well. I think if you had to choose between the two, I would go with a sales funnel because it's much more effective for the purpose of what you're doing in the beginning. It'll bring you more success, faster, more money faster. I did not have an official website until just about a year and a half, no less than a year ago. I had never had marissaromero.com. I got lucky that my domain was available, but I just started with one of websites in the beginning.
That's how I was able to make my first a hundred dollars day. My first thousand dollars day was with a sales funnel and not a website. Okay. So let's talk about now products and services and the way you'll monetize online. And so the great thing about this is a product is more.
And when I think of product is more in the form of digital, like something thing that you can sell over and over like an e-book digital course, a mini course, a video training series, a membership style course or program. And even it goes up as high as like a high ticket coaching model where you offer high ticket coaching and you also offer coaching and a course like to go with it. So there's so many different ways to offer a product. My advice is to offer and focus on something where you are not directly involved with the fulfillment of the service. So whether that is graphic design or social media management or operations management, or the services that we talked about in the beginning of this video, I highly recommend that you try from the beginning to remove yourself from the product and the service, you know, from the beginning, as I mentioned, because this is important to being able to scale because you are not going to be able to scale your time. If your is heavily required,
you can't scale that cuz we all have 24 hours in a day. You knew that. But if you are doing constant one on one clients, if you are doing constant like website design and development, that's impossible to scale up to a certain point. Yes, you can obviously charge more, however you can't duplicate you. So you'll have to think about how you can really start to scale this product or a service. So maybe let's say you offer a specific coaching service, right? And you want to be able to scale that the key here is to hire maybe a coach or another consultant that knows about exactly what you teach and how you teach it and they can help you teach it, right? So you, maybe you charge one client, let's say $5,000 per month.
And you hire on a coach that will fulfill the same work for $2,000 a month. That's pretty cool because you then remove yourself from the equation the coach takes on the work and you are just in charge of making sure they fulfill the work and the client is satisfied. So that's pretty cool. But that's why you have to really think about how are you going to scale this service or product once things start to get going because you can't be in demand all day every day because that's just creating another nine to five job for yourself. And that's probably not your main motivation for going into business. You probably want to free up your time. I more and more and more. And so that is the number one thing.
And number one factor that I say that you should consider. All right, thanks so much for making it to the end of this video. If you enjoyed this video, give it a thumbs up and please join me in the video. That's coming up next. Just click right here, where you see the next video.
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