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How you can Make 100K per Year



So in this post, I’m going to be sharing what I think is the easiest way to make $100,000 a year.

A lot of you ask if I had to start from nothing how would I start making $100,000 a year?

And I think what I’m sharing really sort of is the way I would do it. Now This isn’t meant to be a sort of passive income. This is how you would actively make $100,000 in a year.



Learn a Skill

So the first thing is you’ve got to find a skill that you’re good at or you can get better at. A good idea would be to list out the skills that you’re currently good at.

  • website creation
  • app development
  • graphic design
  • copyrighting
  • social media

Those are just some of the skills that maybe you have or maybe you’re willing to learn that you can sell.



Finding Clients

You’ve got to find clients and this is usually the tough part. And understandably this is also the part that’s going to take the most time. It’s not going to be an easy thing to do.

You could contact 100-200 maybe even 1000 people and you might end up only getting 5, 10, or 20 clients.

Finding clients for video editing though can be pretty easy because you can go to somewhere like Youtube and go through various channels, and see if they have a Tiktok on Instagram and if they’re utilizing those profiles if they’re posting short film clips if they’re already posting short film clips, it probably isn’t worth getting in touch with them because they most likely already have a video editor or something.

But if you find a channel that doesn’t have a popular Tiktok profile but has a big Youtube channel, this is a golden opportunity

So what I would do is I would build a spreadsheet that has the name of the channel, the person who runs the channel, and a link to the channel.

Of course, their email, usually their email is listed in the about section of their Youtube channel and then you’d have a section column for if you contacted them and then you’d have another column for responded.


Your Offer

So now that you have your potential list of clients, you’ve got to start crafting an offer. You’ve got to make something that’s compelling, something that can be interesting to them and that provides value to them.

So from my own experience, most people will make bad offers. Something like,

“Hey, my name’s Aaliyah I’m a video editor. I can edit your videos. Are you looking for an editor? ”

This is a really bad offer because it says that you’re a video editor and doesn’t show what you’ve done your work or whatever. If I got an email like that, I just ignore it.

It doesn’t really sort of compelled me to reply because I have no idea who this person is. I have no connection to them and they want to edit my videos. Why? Like I haven’t seen any of the work or whatever. And like I said half the time they don’t even include their portfolio.


Good Offer

“Hey, my name is Julia, I’m a video editor, I notice you don’t post on Tiktok or Instagram. I’d love to help you out and be your video editor. Here are a couple of videos I’ve edited for you, [Your portfolio link]. Let me know your thoughts”.

Simple as that because they’ve inserted the link and they’ve edited my videos, not just some other videos that they’ve done in the past.

Because they’ve edited my videos I am much more likely to have a look. I’m much more likely to click that link and have a look and see what they come up with because it’s my work.

Like if someone can take my work and somehow make it into something else, transform it into something else that’s definitely going to get my attention.

If you do this, your portfolio won’t even matter because you’ve already done the work basically for that potential client. Them looking at a portfolio that they’re probably not even going to notice or realize they’re going to be focused on what you’ve created for them.

That’s what I usually like.

So once you’ve emailed them I think following up twice is okay.

The third time I probably wouldn’t because after the third time they’re clearly not interested so stop bothering them.

The whole point of you getting in touch with them is to make their life easier. You’re doing something for them that they don’t have to think about. The whole point is to help them grow, help their business grow and hopefully also make them more money.

If you can do something like that then your price is gonna be well worth it. You can tell them you’re going to edit something like 10 clips for $1000 or maybe even $2000 if that’s too much for them, maybe you can offer five clips for $500.


Maximize the Gains & Build a Relationship

Tell them you’ll even handle uploading it all for them. They don’t even need to worry about it. The plan would be to start small and just grow their social media channel.

If you can start growing that channel, if you can show the growth and the engagement, you can show that there are actual results. You can even start charging more money.

The aim is that the money that they’re spending on you is showing results. It’s showing something that they’re getting out of it. And if you can continue growing it for them, if you can continue getting the results for them, you can start charging more money. I would even highly recommend maybe creating some sort of monthly report to show the progress, do that extra step and try to build a good relationship, it can lead to a lot more opportunities, you have never imagined before.

Now you have one client, you can start to rinse and repeat this process for multiple different clients, contact so many different people and just do exactly the same thing, and as your skills get better and you have proven growth, you can show that you’ve done this for other creators online.

As I said, you can start charging more, it only takes five clients at $2000 a month to make $10,000 a month.

Maybe you have 10 clients at $1000 if you want to do it like that because if you get good at your job and you start getting quicker with your editing process, you start putting in processes that make your job quicker You can easily make 50 clips maybe in a couple of days


Start Scaling

Maybe you can then start outsourcing that work to other people. So then maybe you can bring on even more clients or maybe you just want to free up more of your time

There’s a lot of opportunity for growth here when it comes to sort of agency work and hiring and having clients and things like that and hiring other people to do the work for you. There is a lot of growth

There are some agencies out there that are making absolutely millions and you’ve probably never heard of them.

So you can imagine if you sort of build this client base over time, you’re only going to get more and more clients because there’s always going to be more creators, there’s always going to be more people who are looking for video editing.

There are also going to be people who like creating content but don’t know how to edit. So there’s a lot of opportunity here and this is just one role that I’ve tackled here which is just video editing for Tiktok and Instagram.




Making 100K a year will not be difficult if you have the correct mindset. Start by learning a skill, if you have a skill, look for people who want your skill. Getting clients and rejecting them over and over again is part of the game, get used to it.

Reach more people, and show your potential, you don’t need 100s of clients to start, you just need one or two.

Once you get a client, make sure you take that extra step and build the relationship, if you can do that you can get endless opportunities.


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