Have an idea but don’t know how to monetize it? Ask me how!

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Note: This article was created especially for those who already speak or understand English. If you don't, don't worry, I'll write an article dedicated to you soon.

Do you have a digital idea but don’t know how to monetize it? Here’s the deal:

Tips on how to monetize your content


Medium is a blogging platform. For just $5 subscription, you can start your own blog and monetize it easily with just 1 follower. Write about what you love, what you’re learning, or recommend interesting content to others.


Ideal if you have a digital skill. Fiverr is a freelance platform. Create a gig offering a service, whether it’s consultancy, translation, fitness, or anything else you can imagine; there’s always a path.


Look for full-time work in any language on Upwork. It works a bit differently from Fiverr. Here, you have the option to offer a skill or browse their open market with hundreds of job opportunities. Watch a tutorial and dive in.


Create your own blog

I’ve written an article about this, so I won’t go into too much detail here. Click the link and go for it.

Sale Photos Online

About selling photos online I don’t know how it works but I know it does, watch the video and find out more.

Social media

Social media is interesting if you already have a business and want to expand. Some platforms like Instagram, Twitter, or (X) offer monetization options. Don’t forget you can also form partnerships.

Ask for donations 

Use Buy Me a Coffee, CheckYa, Patreon, Gumroad (great for selling e-books, I’ve read many positive comments), CoinDrop.

Whether all of this will work depends on you. If it doesn’t, maybe it’s not the right platform or idea for you. Test and see your own results.

Once you’ve learned new skills, create a YouTube channel and monetize it by teaching others, or tell them about your experience, good or bad.

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