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Use coffee shops to make money online.
This will cover more of how to advertise, and not necessarily how to make money. But the making money aspect will be pretty obvious
Now then, if you offer a digital service such as SEO, SEM, PPC management, Social Media Marketing, Web Design, etc. this will work for you! This also works for many other niches since coffee shops get a lot of foot traffic and not everyone is the same. Someone looking for web design may not be looking for a dog walker, but both can advertise in coffee shops and be just as successful as each other
At all, or close to all, coffee shops there are bulletin boards where people can post whatever they want. Think of it as a micro version of craigslist lol You can post a flyer on there if you're looking to get people to let you walk their dog for a few bucks, if you want to design a website, if you want to consult people online, if you want to give away some furniture, or even in some sad cases if your animal is missing
With the flyer you'll be posting on the board, you need to do a few things. If you're like me and you're in the online marketing niche, you'll want to market your services as if you are trying to bring people in to learn how to make money online. You're not going to try and sell them SEO or any other services like that, but you'll say something like "Want to make a passive income? Contact us and we can help you set up some income funnels!" By saying it like this you aren't selling anything and it sounds like you just want to help. You'll be charging them, but that doesn't come until they're already hooked
Now the flyer design is everything. You need them to read it and contact you, because what's the point of doing this if no one reads it? I like to put a 1 inch boarder around my flyer so that it stands out slightly. I'll use paper that isn't exactly white, maybe off white or eggshell so that it's a little more classier. Now the trick to getting more than one person who wants this is to put small tabs at the bottom of the page, 10+ is usually a good amount. On each tab you'll have your name, website and contact info so people can contact you about setting something up for them. If you don't add the tabs, you might just get one person coming in and ripping the flyer off the board because they want to keep the info. Putting the tabs on there will allow people to rip one off and the flyer will stay up for the next person to pull one
I did this a long time ago when I was in high school for a dog walking gig I was trying to do and it worked pretty well.