With the advancement of a digital era and modern technologies, making money online has become more proactive, with multiple options to choose from. Speaking of this, freelancing is a big boom these days and the market is seen to be in constant evolution with every passing year. The essential need of having a perfect work-life balance can also be smoothly sorted by working as a freelance at the comfort of one’s own private zone.
The new age of making money through the digital platform takes up almost 85% of the web population and due to its productive nature of earning high ROIs, this seems to have potential growth in the future too. Let’s go deeper in details with few of the hand-picked options for making money online:
One of the most prime and popular solutions for making money online these days is Google Adsense. Connecting a virtual network all over, Google ads have become truly effective for all businesses who want to reach out to a mass audience. With the lucrative profit of bringing enhanced rates of website traffic, Google Adsense has furthermore to offer from the perspective of executing a profitable virtual marketing.
Google Adsense is built upon an easy UX platform and the set up is in fact quite easy and simple. Recently, it has been even made free for those who wish to conduct online marketing for their blogging websites. Through the medium of a unique code that Google provides you with at the time of sign up, tracking your page views, traffic, and earnings becomes extremely lucid and profiting.
Affiliate marketing is a unique online platform that welcomes all brands and businesses to tie up with big hosting virtual industries to make money via promotions. One of the most popular names that have been constantly referred with affiliate marketing is a giant online shopping merchant, Amazon. A unique affiliate code is the first step that you need to procure through which products and services are linked to your original website. Each click by an online user will gain you instant revenue and website traffic at the same time.
Making money by hosting an online podcast has been recently gaining a lot of attention from the young and middle-aged virtual audiences. Using the podcast to go along with a blog creates a huge and concrete base for engaging online audiences. Going by the official records, famous bloggers and podcasters have admitted of minting money through these medium and within a very short span of time, they not only had access to a huge audience but also improved their online presence as well.
Be it social media giant Facebook or Google Plus, online communities have become one of the most prominent and profiting areas of making money online. It not only improves user engagement but also helps to create brand recognition at the same time. It also creates a bridge between audiences having the same kind of passion and enthusiasm in blogging or making a significant virtual identity. Although, sounds a little bit random, but market experts have recognized online communities to be an effective and good place for hatching potential customers.
The Concluding Note
Therefore, what we can assume from the above-mentioned ways of making money online is that there are multiple ways of minting money through the digital gateway, but the crucial note of understanding is which method is authentic.
Due to the current and upcoming trends of automation, the mere 9-5 job securities are being targeted. For such a scenario, knowing ways of making online in safe and authentic ways becomes very important. The constant growing market for freelance is an untapped resource of generating high revenues and must be explored in order to see the brighter side of making money online.
Calabrio charts record year-on-year UK growth as demand for cloud technology soars during lockdown
Digital transformation acceleration drives cloud contact centre adoption of Calabrio workforce engagement management technology
Calabrio, the workforce engagement management (WEM) company, has seen a strong growth trajectory in the UK during the last 12 months, despite the global pandemic. Achieving 30% year-on-year sales growth, Calabrio International has welcomed more than 150 new customers, with the UK adding a third of those from a wide range of industries including many online challenger businesses. In addition, Calabrio has made strategic new appointments to build its customer support network.
Kris McKenzie, SVP, Sales, International at Calabrio commented, “Our focus on cloud-first solutions has resonated well with our customers’ need to accelerate their digital transformation and move their contact centres to the cloud in order to maintain business continuity. At a time of uncertainty when consumers need robust support more than ever before, we are witnessing first-hand the cloud transformation of customer services by organisations looking to deliver the next level in customer experience. Modern businesses and contact centres using Calabrio are able to provide exceptional service to their customers through disrupted times.
“Coupled with businesses operating solely online, we have also seen strong demand across the board from more traditional sectors such as finance, insurance, retail, consumer goods, local and central government departments. These organisations require an innovative yet reliable solution to help them manage unprecedented levels in demand.”
When Calabrio surveyed its customers recently[i] 72% of organisations stated they are either moving to the cloud, are already there or plan to increase their investment in cloud technology in 2021. In order to support forward-thinking organisations looking to optimise their investment in cloud contact centre solutions, Calabrio has made two significant appointments.
Niall Gallacher has joined Calabrio as Business Intelligence (BI) strategic consultant and will be instrumental in the design of services that drive value from data and analytics, helping Calabrio customers to solve complex business problems. Before joining Calabrio, Niall spent 6 years with Qlik as Industry Solutions Director. He has 25 years of experience in data, analytics and BI, 15 of which have been with contact centres for leading companies in telecommunications, energy and high-tech industries.
Graeme Gabriel joins as a presales engineer, supporting Calabrio’s workforce engagement suite. He will work with customers to ensure that they achieve maximum benefit from their use of Calabrio solutions, no matter the remote, on-site or hybrid environment. Graeme has international experience encompassing telephony, contact centre, WFM, analytics and customer experience (CX) across a range of sectors, and has held consultancy, advocacy and planning positions at companies including Injixo, Vluent, QPC and AVIOS.
McKenzie concluded, “We welcome both Niall and Graeme to Calabrio, during what has been an incredible year of growth for Calabrio as we supported our customers through these challenging times. This is an exciting and dynamic time for Calabrio as we continue to deliver the value of our all-in-one cloud contact centre suite, including call recording, quality management (QM), WFM, speech analytics and business intelligence suitable for organisations of all shapes and sizes.”
[i] TechValidate survey of 192 users of Calabrio. Published 29 December 2020.
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Thomson Reuters fourth-quarter revenue, adjusted earnings rise
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Thomson Reuters Corp reported higher fourth-quarter revenue on Tuesday and said it would start a two-year program that will change it from a holding company to an operating company.
The news and information company, which owns Reuters News, said revenues rose 2% to $1.62 billion, while its operating profit jumped more than 300% to $956 million, reflecting the sale of an investment, a gain from an amendment to pension plan and lower costs.
Its three main divisions, Legal Professionals, Tax & Accounting Professionals and Corporates, all showed higher organic quarterly sales and adjusted profit.
It was not immediately clear if adjusted earnings per share of 54 cents were directly comparable to the 46 cents expected.
Thomson Reuters’ markets are healthy and evolving, making this a good time to transition the company from a content provider to a “content-driven technology company,” Chief Executive Steve Hasker said in a statement.
Workplaces have been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic and artificial intelligence has a larger role in professional markets, he said.
(Writing by Nick Zieminski in New York, editing by Louise Heavens and Jane Merriman)
Tesla shares set to skid into the red for the year
LONDON (Reuters) – Shares in Tesla were set to plunge into the red for the year on Tuesday, hit by a broad selloff of high-flying technology stocks and the fall of bitcoin, in which the electric carmaker recently invested $1.5 billion.
By 1029 GMT, Tesla was down over 8% in U.S. premarket deals after a similar drop during the previous session. The firm led by Elon Musk has had a stellar ride since 2020, which it began at about $85 per share, before reaching the $900 mark on January 25.
Currently trading at about $657 in pre market transactions, the stock has lost 27% from its peak, which is above the 20% level which technically defines a bear market.
Bitcoin has also swung into a bear market, falling from a peak of $58,354 on February 21 to a low of $45,000 earlier on Tuesday.
A Germany-based trader said he was “taking chips off the table” on Tesla as its 1.5 billion investment in the cryptocurrency could “backfire now”.
Analysts at Barclays noted that there has been a drop of conversations about the electric car makers in the Reddit’s WallStreetBets forum, which could explain some of the loss of appetite for the stock.
“With only 2-3 total submissions on each of the past several days, we remain below the trend in attention that has come along with big returns jumps in the past”, the analysts said in note.
Other analysts have also cautioned against investing in the stock which remains one of the most expensive on the S&P 500 index at 163 times its 12 month forward earnings.
Graphic: Tesla shares selloff after multi-fold gains
(Reporting by Julien Ponthus and Thyagaraju Adinarayan)
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