What's up guys, I'm an Italian "digital marketer" (although I don't like the term) trying to help the community. I'm a believer of "Work Hard First-Automatize/Outsource Later". My goal is to have a digital marketing agency that makes me a lot of money and possibly I'll have to spend minimal time on it by outsourcing the most. I'm currently on Sam Ovens' course and working to get my first client but for now.. Easy IG Money! This is my first post and I wanna give you a method that can possibly make you some money with 2 hours of work everyday. I see a lot of people looking for ways to sell shout outs/posts/stories so I thought I'd share my method. Things to have: - 1 or more IG niche accounts with 10k+ followers; - 1 or more email accounts; - 1 or more Paypal/Stripe accounts. This is so easy that you will not even believe me and I'm sure some people are already using it. ACTIONS: 1. Google search -> site: shopify.com "your niche" ex: site: shopify.com "cats". 2. Enter the site and see if they have Instagram accounts with less followers than you (most of them will). 3. Look for an email. 4. Contact them via email or DM and pitch your offer, give them a fair price based on the amount of followers and the engagement rate you have. 5. Take the payment and done. MY EXPERIENCE: 1) "Travels to Italy" niche account with 15.300k followers Everyday search -> site: shopify.com travel gadgets, look for new stores, contact the owners, sell at least 4 packages which contain a 24h post and a story for 25$, done. 100$ dollars in a day. 2) "Minimalistic wood/marble/other materials little objects and gadgets" niche account. Everyday search -> site: shopify.com marble/wood covers, look for new stores, contact the owners, sell at least 4 packages which contain a 24h post and a story for 25$, done. 100$ dollars in a day. PS: Travel niche makes me more money, one day I made 500$ but It was my rest day from my HIIT weekly schedule so I spent half day looking for stores. I also focus my accounts on specific locations so I can sell posts and stories to local businesses for more money.