The 5 BEST Digital Marketing Side Hustles $20 to $195 Per Hour!

- Are you tired of your nine to five?

The 5 BEST Digital Marketing

You don't like your
digital market anymore?

You want to work from home
and watch Netflix all day?

Well, I have a solution for you.

Hi, everyone, I'm Tips,
and today I'm going to break down

the best five digital
marketing side hustles,

from $20 to $195 per hour.

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Side Hustle number one.

All right, what is it?

It's behavioral design.

You want to make sure that,

hey, when people come to your
website, are they going to buy?

Are they going to use the product?

Are they going to take
the up-sells, down-sells?

Are you going to maximize
your conversion rates?

Well, behavioral design experts right now

are getting roughly $195 an hour.

You may have to learn about
conversion optimization,

reducing user friction,
optimizing user experience,

engaging more with people
who are using your product

or your service, but
that sector right there

does extremely well.

You don't have to actually be the one

doing any design elements.

So you don't need to go into Photoshop

or Canva or anything like that.

You just need to understand
where things should be placed,

where they should be
in the layout, and why.

Maybe do some wireframes and
send that off to the companies

you're working with so they
can maximize their conversions,

their lifetime value of their customers,

their repeat usage,
their behavior metrics,

so that way people stay on their site

and don't keep bouncing off,

which will help their
Google rankings, as well.

Now to give you some real-life examples

of behavioral designs that a
a lot of marketers work on is,

for example, getting
more people to subscribe

to an email newsletter, or getting
more people to add products

to their cart, or getting more
people to join a community,

whether it's a Facebook
group, a Slack group,

or getting more people to
just fill out a lead form.

It can vary.

It doesn't just have to be optimizing

for user metrics for Google, as well.

The second thing you can
do is create lead magnets.

Now, depending on where you are in the world,

people are paying anywhere
from $20 to $100 an hour

for others to create their
lead magnets for them.

A lead magnet is something simple.

If someone comes to your
website, what offers do they see

so that way they opt-in as
a lead or an email address

or even their mobile phone number?

A lot of businesses are
struggling to generate leads.

This is not rocket science.

You can just use free
tools like Hello Bar,

pop it up, get paid,

and if you're not sure what
kind of lead magnet to offer,

well, you can use tools like Ubersuggest

where you put in keywords within a space

and it shows you what's
hot and what's not.

That way you're not wasting
your time creating lead magnets

that no one wants to opt into.

Now here's the best part
about creating lead magnets

and getting paid for them.

Once you create a lead magnet,

chances are they're
going to hire you again

to create a drip sequence so then that way

you can convert those leads
into customers for them.

Because just because of someone
opts into email lists

or gives their phone number

doesn't mean they're going
to convert right away.

You have to follow up.

And typically if they
can't create a lead magnet,

they can't create the follow-up sequence.

So that could be another
$20 to $100 an hour

that you're getting to create
the follow-up sequence.

The third one I have for you,

and this one pays roughly $145 an hour

from what we're seeing, is
paid ads on social media.

Unlike paid ads on Google,

there's so much more
the flexibility that you can do

with social media, such as,

hey, do you want to
have remarketing videos

instead of remarketing banners?

What kind of images
are you going to create

so people can click through
and go to your site?

Sure, Google owns YouTube, as well,

but I consider that
paid ads on social media

more than just paid ads on Google.

And when you're thinking about this,

a lot of businesses now
rely on social media.

Sites like Facebook,
YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter,

they're all extremely
popular and competitive.

So now when a business
the owner just goes on Facebook

and pops up ads, chances are
they're going to lose money.

Why, because there's more
advertisers than inventory.

That's why they need to go

with a marketing expert
who knows paid ads,

so that way they can do it for them

and generate a positive ROI.

The fourth one I have for you

is conversion rate optimization.

From tools like Crazy Egg to Hotjar

there's a lot of tools that you can use

to optimize conversion rates.

Everyone's paying for traffic these days.

Google generates roughly
$100+ billion a year

in ad income just from Google AdWords.


They're a multi-billion
dollar company, right?

How'd they got there?

Paid advertising.

Everyone's paying for traffic.

People are paying for
designers and developers,

but very few people are
optimizing for conversion rates.

It's not just elements of a design.

It also copies as well.

So when you optimize for conversion rates,

whether you're writing copy,

adding in checkout bumps,
upsells down sells.

All this stuff will help
you make more money.

And if you're not sure
on how to get started,

there's a lot of tutorials
and blogs out there

like Conversion XL,

that teaches you how to be
a conversion rate expert,

and you can use that to
go and learn everything

and then monetize and sell
that on an hourly basis.

Just think of it this way.

If someone's getting
100,000 visitors a month

and they're converting at 3%,

and you help them increase
their conversions to 4%,

that's a lot of income for them, right?

Assuming the product that they're selling

is generating enough of an ROI.

Look, traffic isn't going to get
cheaper and cheaper over time.

It's actually going to get more expensive.

That's the trend.

So learning this skill
is a good skill to learn.

Last but not least,

pricing strategy consulting
does extremely well.

There are companies like Price Intelligently

that are charging six figures
for pricing campaigns.

You heard me right.

Six figures to tell companies
what they should charge,

the optimal price for
their product and service.

And you know what?

It's worth it because of companies on average

are getting a 15% increase in new revenue.

We're seeing pricing consultants get paid

roughly $115 an hour.

It's kind of like conversion optimization,

but you're doing it for pricing.

You're looking at pricing elasticity.

What will people want to pay, why?

What's going to maximize LTV?

How to structure pricing grids.

And if you're not familiar
with how to do this,

check out ProfitWell.

ProfitWell has all these articles, videos,

and all these tutorials
to help you maximize

what you should price your product for.

And here's the beauty of it.

You can just learn all their free tips

because they give it away for free,

if you want to pay them you can,

but they give you all the
knowledge away for free.

You learn it, you can then go and charge

for the same services that
they go and charge for as well.

So if you're tired of working for someone,

try out one of these five professions.

You can do them on the side,

make enough money where
eventually, you can quit your job.

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