I don't know about you, but I have never really been good with a camera or drawing. In fact, my friends and family used to make fun of me because my handwriting was so bad, that you can barely read it. It doesn't matter though, because that doesn't stop me from making a lot of money online selling pictures I take with my camera, and some drawings I do in my spare time.
Back when I was in college living in a really small dorm room, I stumbled upon something so powerful, that it literally CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER... I went from being in debt, to making thousands of dollars per month in a short amount of time, and now I'm about to show you what I did step by step!
- Get paid for submitting simple drawings
- Get paid DAILY from multiple streams of income
- Quit your job and work only when you feel like it
- Have someone show you step by step what to do
- Earn residual income from every photo you submit
- Use your cell phone camera as a profit tool
- Get famous as an artist
- Have a real artist teach you how to draw
I kept searching for a way to make money online, because delivering pizzas while in college was not making me enough money, and I kept getting further and further into debt.
I read about different companies who would PAY ME to take photographs, and to submit my drawings to them. At first I thought it was a scam but then I realized how it was actually true, because there is a HUGE demand from well known companies who want to use these photographs and pictures on their websites. Plus they are willing to pay you a lot of money for the rights to use your images!
I submitted some pictures I took around my town... pictures of trees, people walking around, and some buildings, as well as some of my old drawings I did and a funny thing happened... Within a few days, I logged back in to that website, and saw that people have been buying them! I was making money! After this, I was hooked and started taking pictures of everything I could and selling them online. I also learned to draw a bit more, and started selling drawings that were so simple, a 10 year old kid could do them!