Make Money Typing From Home ($100 Every Day)

5 Online Jobs You Can Do To Make Money Typing From Home

Can you make money typing from home?

Yes! You can.

And in this post, I will share with you the 5 ways you can earn just by typing from home even as a beginner, with no experience.

And not only that, I will also share with you how you can make even more money with words you didn't write/type yourself.

Yes! It's literally something you can start doing today for $0 but it can make you $1,000+ passively every month.

This means you'll be getting paid every month for words other writers typed for you.

But don't skip the whole article just to read about this method. Read the whole article. ūüôā

So whether you're looking to type full time or just as a side hustle, you're in the right place.

Alternatively, you can also see other ways you can make money without a website or without paying for anything online here.

Either way, rest assured of making money. And so with no further ado… Let's get started!

5 Online Jobs To Make Money Typing From Home For Complete Beginners.

Anyone can do the following typing jobs. And so doesn't matter if you're a real typist or not, or even where you come from.

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If you're determined to learn and do the job, you will certainly get that money. ūüôā

1. Transcription Jobs – Type What You Hear.

Transcription jobs require you to transcribe what you hear from audio recordings such as speeches, podcasts, dictation, and conference calls.

And while generally transcription doesn't require much in experience, if it's specialized like finance, medical, or legal, some would help.

Either way, the bottom line comes down to listening, typing speed, accuracy, and good command of the spoken language to succeed.

Work-wise you can get started as a freelancer on sites like Fiverr, Upwork, and Freelancer.

Or join transcription job sites like Rev, TranscribeMe, and Speechpad.

Note: You must do a free test first before they can accept you.

2. Closed Captioning Jobs – Type Faster To Earn More.

Closed captioning involves transcribing video recordings such as TV shows, movies, and course videos in real-time or offline.

Real-time captioning pay more as it's more demanding with no stops and rewinds, over offline captioning.

But while real-time captioning might appeal, your typing speed and access to the right equipment could hinder your chances of getting the job.

But on the other hand, offline captioning opens room for other opportunities if you have bilingual skills like Subtitling. Which is captioning but for audiences of another language.

You can find captioning jobs on sites like Upwork, Speechpad, Rev, TransPerfect, Captionmax, Indeed, and Freelancer.

3. Micro Jobs – Complete Simple Short Tasks To Earn.

Micro jobs or short tasks are simple jobs you can do online quickly and earn, albeit low.

Even so, like with anything small done enough times, this low pay adds up pretty quickly to a nice side income.

Some of these micro jobs include completing surveys, data entry, surfing websites, captcha entry, researching, liking videos, installing apps, testing websites, etc.

These tasks usually take anywhere from 1 to 10 minutes to complete and thus one can complete many within a few hours.

Sites to get you started doing micro jobs are such as EasyHits4U, Ysense, MTurk (Amazon Mechanical Turk), Clickworker, Fiverr, and SEOClerks.

4. Freelance Writing Jobs – Earn Up to $1000 Per Post.

Most businesses and individual marketers online have a blog somewhere as one of their marketing tools.

And since blogs need a constant supply of fresh content posted on to them, it can be a challenge for many.

And the reason many outsource content creation to freelance writers to free up their time for other business-related tasks.

If you have a good command of English and don't mind pitching blog post ideas to these webmasters. You can secure regular and stable writing gigs at premium prices, ranging anywhere from $100 to $1000+ per post.

Alternatively, you can list your writing services on Fiverr or on your own blog, or even bid for paid for writing jobs on freelance sites like Upwork.

The best thing about being a freelance writer is that you need not be a native English speaker to get writing jobs. Even so, your English should be competent enough to warrant the asking price.

5. Virtual Assistant Jobs – Earn By Helping Others Work.

Even though it encompasses more than just writing, it's a part of it.

And thus your typing skills will be required regularly, if not always.

Being a virtual assistant means helping with the simple but necessary tasks of someone's online business.

And that might mean knowing a little more than just typing. You will need to be able to transcribe, edit, proofread, write emails, input data, research, manage social media accounts, and more.

But you can always specialize/niche down to better target your clients.

Even so, the pay is usually comfortable if experienced and depending on your time can be a virtual assistant (VA) for several clients.

Don't worry though if you're just starting with little to no experience or social proof. As you keep at it, you'll be able to command more than just $5 for an hour's work.

You can find VA jobs through freelance sites or through self-promotion of your services to interested clients on social media.

Secret Hack To Earn Passively While Letting Others Type For You.

You read that right, you can earn passively by letting other people type for you.

It sounds like a joke, but it's true. I've even written a very detailed tutorial for you that shows you just how to do this for absolutely $0.

This hack like all hacks dances within the gray area of what's acceptable and what's not.

So if you're the type to not get any sleep just because you found money on the road and took it, you might want to just focus on the methods above.

As for the rest, click on the button below to read the entire hack and start taking action.

Signing Out: Are Typing Jobs Worth It?

It depends on how happy you are with how much you're making.

Is the money you're getting from the typing jobs worth the effort?

Would you be happy earning more or are you comfortable as-is?

The truth is, there are so many alternatives for making money online that you need not be stuck doing what you don't love.

And while some typing jobs can be super rewarding, others aren't and better off doing something else.

Alternatively, you can learn how to start a profitable business from home using this platform. It's free to get started and the training, life-changing.

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That's it from me today with the 5 online jobs you can do to make money typing from home $100 every day.

And until the next post, my friend.

Stay Blessed!

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8 thoughts on “Make Money Typing From Home ($100 Every Day)

    • James Mulatya says:

      Hi Ibrahim, I would suggest starting with Instagram and CPA offers. I have a post coming up that will go over how you can do it. So kindly check back after a few days, I will have posted it.

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