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HOW to make MONEY without any investing of money ( just time )

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by johnsmith11bb, Feb 2, 2017.

  1. johnsmith11bb

    johnsmith11bb Junior Member

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    Hi my friends whats going on,
    I just wanna to know HOW to make MONEY without any investing of money ( just time ) .
    any one/things would help me .
    thank you ,
    stay happy
     
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    You can probably find something to do on fiverr or if you are desperate surveys but I came across something interested the other week on Quora you might like. Personally I think it looks like too much work but you might find it interesting so I'll post it here. (Link to post https://www.quora.com/How-can-one-m...in-6-weeks-of-time/answers/18525463?srid=sW91)


    Do some research on Google, Gartner Magic Quadrant; read some articles published by McKinsey about the most in demand IT skills for 2016.

    Pick one of the skills that seems the hottest and that you have at least some kind of interest or affinity to.

    Let's say that you have decided to focus Cyber Security, this is now your vertical market.

    Go on to a Jobboard aggregator like indeed.com, and research what companies are looking for Cyber Security expertise and find the most senior job you can find in this particular niche. Let's say for instance that you see that Exxon are advertising for a Global Director for Cyber/Information Security for a salary of $150,000 in Houston.

    This is now your "first" search assignment. Using your LinkedIn recruiter account, make a search for every relevant Cyber Security Director based within a 100km vicinity of the job you have seen. Not every potential candidate will have written their LinkedIn account in the same way - so make sure you use derivatives in the Boolean search.

    For instance:

    (Director OR VP OR SVP) AND (Security OR compliance) AND (global OR head)

    This will bring up a list of relevant potential candidates. You can send these candidates an inmail using the LinkedIn account, asking them if/when they are interested to discuss an opportunity.

    On average you can expect to get a response rate of approximately 20% from your inmail. So 100 messages sent, leads to 20 candidates that are open for a conversation.

    Speak to the candidates, ask about their current situation, what is happening at their current employer and for what kind of opportunities they would consider changing jobs for. Once this has been established you can then sell the job, that you had spotted on the online Jobboard and see if they are interested in it.

    If they are, that's perfect. You do a more in depth interview and ask them for references that can verify the information on their CV.

    You take the references from the previous employers, check that the candidate is actually any good and whilst you do that you can also ask them if they are currently having challenges recruiting good people - this will lead to more opportunities that you can work on, and will enable you to build a network of clients that are interested in Cyber Security expertise.

    Once you have some suitable candidates, go back onto LinkedIn and search for the relevant hiring manager within Exxon.

    For example put this into the advanced search:

    Job title: (information security OR cyber security)

    Location: Houston

    Call the switchboard and ask to be put through to the people on the list. Find out who the MAN is (money, authority, need). Contact them and sell your candidates to them.

    If it works, then you're in business and can expect to charge a bare minimum of 15% of the annual salary - €22500 - but you can charge upwards of 30%.

    Now the beauty of doing it this way, is that every candidate you have contacted, is actually a senior professional who will also have hiring responsibility. Cyber Security is in demand, so as you're interviewing your candidates you can also check to see what possibilities you have to support their current vacancies.

    If you speak to 20 senior candidates, you could realistically expect that 20% of them have vacancies that they are struggling to fill.

    As a "specialist" headhunter in this space, you can offer your services on a retained basis, where they pay a part of the recruitment fee upfront, let's say $5000 from a potential cut price fee of $15000 and the rest is payable once a candidate has been hired.

    Do this process every day - pick a job per day, find the candidates, establish if the candidates are interested or if they have vacancies themselves and then sell the candidates to the job. If clients have other vacancies then sell a retainer and see if they're interested.

    Even as a rookie, with no headhunting experience, by working systematically, speaking to 20 candidate/managers per day - you will pick up vacancies that you're able to fill and if you can sell them on a retainer basis then the money is in the bank immediately.

    There are 22 working days in a month, so that 440 candidate/managers spoken to, 22 jobs that you've seen advertised and then offered candidates for and probably a whole lot more that you picked up along the way.

    You should be looking at a minimum of 2 deals in the bank for around $40,000 of fees for you and with a strong network of 500+ candidates/clients that you can work with in subsequent months.

    Hard work initially but easy once you get going.
     
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    If you have a specific expertise that you could sell it for, then it's better to attend some interviews and sell your time there.. getting hired is another way of selling time + knowledge for money.
     
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    Wow that is one of the msot valuable information Ive seen. I have only one doubt can I do it when i'm not from USA? how can I verify that the company hired a man that I give them and how can I ensure that they will give me a comission.
     
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    clickbait title you have there, though it was an how too guide and not a question.
     
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    Selling your body. Just kdding. Learn Adobe illustrator, and do logo on Fiverr. You will have a steady income after a couple of months
     
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    These kind of answers are only good if OP is/have TALENT, anyone could learn a graphics software, BUT that does not say that the person has TALENT. Sorry to be honest here, but I see so many people spending a huge amount of hours trying to learn graphics software and when they learned it they think that they are gurus in making logos, but the problem is that only a few of us got REAL talent .. I know I do NOT have the talent even if I know technically how to use the software.

    So if your good/talented in drawing with a pen, then go for it, otherwise don´t waste the time. That's my honest view on the subject.
     
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    Talent helps yes.

    But OP has no money to invest. Just time, time is all you need when it comes to photoshop and the like, if you have the time to learn you will eventually produce designs so good they will sell themselves.

    I think attitude matters more than talent. If you have the correct mindset you can achieve a lot.

     
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    OP can learn the software FREE, and be technically great at it, but with no talent, he is never going to be any good, and produce REAL good logos.
     
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    i can't paste links in herre but i can show you a couple of talentless guys that are doing $1.5k - $2k monthly on fiverr just with monograms or combined letters logo. Talent is needed if you want to get rich, if you just want an income you can be a worker.
     
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    They might earn good money, but I feel sorry for the customers that get´s shitty logo´s without quality, would not hire a guy like that for my business that I make my daily food money from.
     
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    1. You are assuming he lacks talent. 2. Logos (even stunning) are not all that difficult to make, i make my own. 3. That negative attitude you have shouldn't be rubbed onto others.

     
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    1. I never assumed he lacked talent.
    2. It is difficult to make quality logos, people who say otherwise have no self-insight.
    3. I am not negative, I am just being honest about it, it´s a different thing and makes people grow knowledge.

    I am sorry if I offended you in some way, when I was just writing my honest NOT assuming view on this.
     
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    I can see that you have a pessimistic view of life (not intended in a bad way). But if i tell you about real life cases you cant come at me with your theories. Not anyone who have a steady income is talented, if you learn something and practice it, you will be able to do the job.
     
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    like in real life,you cant earn if you dont invest something
     
  18. RoiBox

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    I´m sure your right, I just wrote my opinions, trying to help out, maybe they are just theories, maybe not. Who am I to judge, perhaps I am not judging, but providing real honest information so that the OP can make his own decisions based on a lot of different information.

    Anyway, that's just me and I really love seeing people grow from experience.
     
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    I know how to use Photoshop and illustrator for designing vector logos but i can't catch a single job online . Any advice ?
     
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    I use illustrator for designing logos but i can't catch a single job online , i tried freelancer.com , upwork and have made a gig on fiverr ,but how can i rank my gig up so people can see it and i start sell! have any idea or advice?