It's been a minute since covid hit and affected the entire world. It took a wide-scale pandemic to accelerate the future that we now consider the present: the inevitable transition to the online world.
You'd be lagging behind if you're not already jumping the digital marketing bandwagon. Earning money in the comforts of your own home is the new norm, and almost everyone has been embracing it.
Truth be told, there are so many ways for you to earn money online. An old friend of mine has been making a killing selling low-competition goods and products that are sometimes borderline... odd. An example would be his recent listing for a mid century furniture (something like this) for his e-commerce store. This is how he operates most of his businesses actually; he would specialize in very specific items that would have a narrow funnel and a high searcher intent: people who search for the odd things he's listing are 90% of the time looking to buy that item.
If you want to be non-innovative though, you can also go down the easy route and build a store with sites like Shopify. Selling on Shopify is fairly manageable to do, but I'd always recommend reading up on resources and doing your own research just to be sure. It's a well-established site that has all the right plugins and templates. For under $200 dollars you can get a site that is fully functional and ready to go; all you need is to find the product and the niche for you.
Many local businesses in the UK have been riding this freight train of a transition and it was only a matter of time. How about you? Have you found the perfect online hustle for your skills and interests?