Note: If this isn't the right forum for an advice post please let me know and I'll ask this to be deleted and repost elsewhere. I have a job working about 30 hours a week making a pretty good money, good benefits etc. I'd like to eventually move from "pretty good" to "very good". I've tried various methods that I've found on here with no success. I haven't put a lot of effort in affiliate marketing so that's something I'm considering, but I'm worried about the time commitment. I don't want to dedicate more than about 10-14 hours a week to this because of my job and my family. I made a few freelance websites that I think are pretty good, but that market is pretty saturated. I've not had success getting work on odesk, freelancer, etc. My skillset includes excellent math and statistics (I'm actually a math professor at a small liberal arts college), but I've not found a way to personally monetize it. I've also worked as a data analyst, but all the jobs I found for that are either full time or on the freelance sites where I'm having trouble breaking in. So what I'm asking here is for advice. What would you experts think is the best way to begin making money with such a small time commitment? Do you think there is a market for data analyst freelance work with some of the SEO folks in this community? Thanks for reading and for any constructive or critical comments.