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How to earn money online if you have a great voice

“EA Sports, it’s in the game!” have you ever heard that voice? If you have played any online game by EA Sports, chances are you have heard it. Andrew Anthony, a journalist for The Guardian, is making tons of money sitting at home just because he was the voice behind this memorable one-liner. Why? Because he has a memorable voice. As simple as that. If you too have a great recording voice, you can make a good online earning. Here are some ideas you can follow:

1. Be a Radio Jockey (Online Radio)



It may have been exactly one hundred and twenty years since Marconi invented the Radio, but there seem to be no signs of its extinction. The radio is still as strong as the television in an age of cloud computing and fiber-optics. Before hitting the sack, while going to the office, while returning from the office, millions of people listen to the radio every day. Many even look forward to the various programs being aired on it. If you own a good voice and are a fluent speaker of any language, you have a bright future ahead of you.

2. Sell audio books



In this age of diminishing attention spans, audio books have become highly popular. It has become much easier for people to have a book ‘listened’ instead of ‘read’ while they carry on with some other important task. Multi-tasking is the way to go. People plug in their earphones and listen off a few chapters while on their way to work. If you have a great voice, you can create audio books too. All you need is a good microphone. Read, record and upload it on sites like YouTube. Once you acquire enough audience, you can earn up to $1000 a month. A very simple way to earn money online, isn't it?


3. Webinars



Webinars are nothing but seminars on the web. Web + Seminar = Webinar. There are a ton of people who look to learn something new on the internet every day. All you have to do is gain expertise on a topic and present a seminar. The topic could be anything of your choice. Programming for beginners, How to Use the Internet for People above Fifty, Cooking Classes for the Newly Wed, Dating Advice for Teenagers or anything else that you think will have a decent audience. It will require some initial hard work and a tiny bit of investment but it is one of the easiest methods of earning money online.

4. Record albums



If you have a good voice, chances are that you have good singing skills too. Even if you don’t, all it takes is a 30 day course to learn it all. Once you feel that you have enough expertise in singing, you can offer to record your voice for various music composers. Most of the music composers, especially on the internet, are extremely talented but don’t have a good voice. You can offer to provide vocals for their music and charge a nominal fee. And if you do it passionately enough, who knows, you might even end up being the next Arijit Singh.

5. Dub voice


There are plenty of film makers on YouTube as well as mainstream cinema who are constantly looking for great voices. They have great scripts, great actors but fail to record good voice overs for their characters. Many actors either lack the perfect voice or charge excessively. Offer to charge a nominal fee per hour and make loads of out of it money. The bigger the production you are working for, the more money you can make. Dub voice, earn online.

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