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How to earn money online with absolutely zero skills

Many people I know have mastered the art of leveraging their skills to earn money online. But how many do you know who can make money without having any established set of skills? You don’t think there would be any? Well, you are wrong.
In the few years of freelancing, I’ve come across a few (more than a few in fact) people who have absolutely nailed the business of earning money online without any skill. You would expect someone to code websites, write content, create designs, make illustrations, sing songs, dub voices, design interfaces or perform micro-jobs to earn a few bucks. But what if I told you that making money online doesn’t require all these skills?
Here are some examples of people who’ve made loads of money online doing something almost everyone on earth can do.
Climbing a coconut tree for $5 Meet Mr. Funnymad. From what I know, he is the most hilarious seller on Fiverr or in that case, anywhere on the internet. Mr. Funnymad doesn’t code websites, doesn’t draw designs, doesn’…

5 ways to make money if you are a music composer

Have you ever noticed that you are completely surrounded by music? Whether you’re on your way to work or from, whether you are at a party, whether you are in a temple, your favorite restaurant or even in a movie theatre, music is everywhere. Without even knowing it, you spend most of your day surrounded by music. It has surrounded you to a point where life without music will seem uninteresting. In fact, the most popular type of videos on the internet are music videos. Songs like ‘Teri Galiyan’ have crossed ten million views on YouTube. Even average Hindi songs rake up million hits. Not to mention the thousands of covers from young musicians trying to make a name for themselves.
I myself was an amateur music composer. Although, I’ve been lucky enough to know the struggles of pursuing your passion in music while struggling to make enough money for survival. Many of my musician friends underwent the same phase in life. A few of them made it big, some other few are still trying and the res…