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5 Ways to Make Money Online

By siliconindia   |   Monday, October 29, 2012   |    6 Comments
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Bangalore: Those who went out of the track were always able to make fortune as well as fame. To make money online you need to be a game changer like Mark Zuckerberg and Drew Houston. Zuckerberg’s Facebook was unique when it launched, and this is a milestone which has changed his fate and made him a billionaire of worth $17.5 billion as per recent Forbes valuations. There are few such ways which can make you money online, brought out by Forbes.

1. Make a Viral Video

YouTube has launched the career of many professionals like Justin Beiber, who became a teen pop sensation. At the age of 12, Bieber sang Ne-Yo's ‘So Sick’ for a local singing competition. His mother uploaded the videos on YouTube which is the place where he started his journey towards fame. Mr. Scooter Braun came across the videos and arranged for him to enter the music world. His first album, ‘One Time,’ released in 2009 and became one of the top 10 albums.

Karmin, a Pop Duo signed a million dollar record deal after their Chris Brown “Look At Me Now” and Nicki Minaj's “Super Bass” went viral. It turned out to be a huge hit for the real-life couple duo Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan as the videos got more than 68 million views.

If you also want to make money like that make a unique video and let it go viral. You don’t have to be deadly talented to become a star on YouTube. You can upload videos of your pets or children. If your video gets viral then the site may get in touch with you to make you their partner that is the site will run ads along with your clips and will share their revenue with you.

Also Read: Money Questions You Should Ask Your Partner


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