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Best Digital Marketing Remote Jobs Without Degree or Experience in 2023

June 22, 2021
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The recruitment websites are flooded with remote jobs. You now have a much greater chance to run into a position that you can do from home than what you could find a year ago. And even a higher chance than six years ago. The number of these roles will keep growing and the tendency for incorporating remote teams will be constantly increasing.

But what if you are not prepared for the global changes in the workforce? 

What if you have neither the experience nor a degree to allow you to get a job you can do from home?

Have you all been curious about the world of digital marketing? It sounds appealing but you feel completely lost and everyone gives you a different definition of it. Below are the most popular and sought-after job roles in digital marketing. The could be a super long list but we’ll focus on the ones that are most achievable and have the highest potential for growth in the long run.

Affiliate Marketer

Social Media Manager

Paid Ads Manager

Content Creator & Strategist

Email Marketer

SEO Specialist


Graphic Designer

Video Editor

Virtual Assistant


Why is that? “Coronavirus,” you would say. And you will be correct to some extent. However, this trend has started way before the global pandemic.

The world is developing and changing at a tremendous speed. We are currently experiencing what is referred to as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Every part of our life is becoming digitalized. Technology is in almost everything we do, and this trend will continue to unfold.

People have now realized that they can travel the world or be in the comfort of their home while working. And you can’t disagree that this is a dream come true. If you are a person who’s always worked in an office or your physical presence was required at your job, you might be wondering: 

Can I really find any remote jobs without degree or experience?

What do these people do? 
Can I be one of them? 

The answer is: Yes! Yes! Yes! If you want to!

Here is a list of the the remote job roles you can secure even without a relevant experience or degree and how to get it:

Affiliate Marketer

What do Affiliate Marketers do?

Affiliate marketing is promoting someone else’s products and services and receiving a percentage or fixed rate commission for that. It sounds straightforward. However, you need to learn many skills and build authority to promote specific products and services successfully. 

Firstly, you must narrow down your specialty. Think about what you like to do, read, and talk about. You can go with something that you think is a profitable niche.

However, you’re running into the risk of getting tired of it quickly if you don’t enjoy it. And eventually, you may not follow through with it.

Being successful as an affiliate requires a lot of dedication and a long-term strategy. Most people who start an affiliate marketing project give up in the first 3-6 months. For you to be successful and start making money may take up to 1-2 years. My advice is to pick a passion of yours and think of ways to make that work. That will prevent you from giving up too early.

Secondly, you need to start being known for giving value to your audience. People can tell if you know what you’re talking about. If you have knowledge and experience in something, use it!

Having that will give you the advantage of planning your topics and the more straightforward implementation of the products and services you are about to promote.

Thirdly, you need to build your channels. Affiliate marketers use a variety of media where they help and educate their audience.

Here is the big secret: Care about your people and nurture them. Be genuine about your intentions and only recommend things you believe will help them reach their goals. Believe in what you’re promoting because you’ve tried and tested it.

That goes back to picking your niche, don’t make it just for the money. If you have the knowledge and experience within your field, share them. You can do that by creating a blog, YouTube channel, Instagram business account, IGTV account, Facebook page, Facebook group, TikTok channels, Pinterest, email marketing, paid ads, and more.

How much do Affiliate Marketers make?

It all depends on the stage you’re in, your niche, and how persistent you are.

Typically, it takes about a year to get your website and all your channels going and start bringing a good amount of traffic. That’s the case if you are disciplined and follow a posting schedule and have a good number of posts.

As I said, it may take up to a few years to start making good money, so be patient. If you follow a successful strategy, you can reach earnings from $300 to $10,000 a day. 

Once you have a thriving affiliate business, you can start creating more projects with tried and tested systems and your income can be unlimited.

What skills and qualifications do you need to become an Affiliate Marketer?

It would be helpful if you enjoy writing, speaking, or not being afraid of the camera. If you decide to create a blog, you will need to learn WordPress, SEO, keyword research to start.

A good idea may be to give yourself time to do your research and practice. I started writing my blogs and saving them in Google Docs before I had a good number of pieces to create the structure of my website.

That way, you can focus on your topics and not think about all the technical issues you will run into once you create your website. You will also save some money as you won’t have to pay for your domain, hosting, and other subscriptions right away. 

If you’re not the writing type but you’re more outgoing and not afraid of the camera, creating a YouTube channel is a great way to start. You can research your competitors and get ideas about what you like, don’t like, and what you can do differently. Being successful on YouTube requires a clear strategy and posting consistent information-packed videos. 

You can choose whatever channel makes sense for you and your niche. Most important of all is to be authentic, helpful, and focus on the needs of your audience. Have a greater purpose than making money, and money will follow. If you build trust and truly care what you put out there, it won’t stay unnoticed. 

How to get training and experience as an Affiliate Marketer?

First, you need to have the knowledge and experience in your chosen niche and keep on learning, so you can keep on giving fresh value. It’s ok if you don’t but if you researched your idea and you’re convinced it will be successful. You will experience a steep learning curve.

Once you have what to talk about and feel like you can help others with what you know best, it’s time to build your technical and marketing skills.

Creating a website and social media channels, learning more about email marketing, copywriting, paid ads, SEO are all things you will need to get familiar with.

It may sound overwhelming at first, but once you get your feet wet, you will be able to start putting all the pieces together.

Once you have a stable income, you can hire people to take some of the work off your plate, so you can focus on building your business further.

Social Media Manager

What do social media managers do?

They promote businesses and services on social media.

Being successful with organic (free) social media management is a long-term commitment. A company should frequently interact with its target audience before a person purchases with them.

Have you heard of the marketing rule of 7? It says that it takes, on average, seven interactions with a brand before a purchase takes place. Quite interesting!

With social media, that can be achieved. A business should have clear goals, strategies and be consistent. Many business owners don’t have the time or the proper knowledge to do that by themselves. That’s why they prefer to hire social media managers.

Becoming a social media manager is one of the best digital marketing opportunities. It will become more popular and needed in the future due to the newly emerging algorithms and platforms.

It’s also one of the easiest marketing subjects to learn how to do from scratch and giving you a higher chance to become an expert quickly since you have the freedom to test things out. It is one of the most attractive  digital marketing niches and you can easily find many opportunities for remote jobs without degree or experience as a Social Media Manager.

Depending on the organization’s size, some have one marketing person responsible for all the aspects of marketing, and others have teams focused on the different pieces.

There may be a difference between social media management and paid ad management in some organizations, as paid ads require another whole set of skills.

How much do social media managers make?

If you decide to work as a freelancer and have a good knowledge base of major channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.), you can make at least $500/month from each platform you were hired for. However, due to the vast competition in that field, you might need to start with lower prices until you have testimonials and completed projects.

Suppose you prefer to gain some experience in a company. In that case, the average salary for a social media manager is around $50K, and it can go as high as $100K, depending on your experience and location. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Social Media Manager?

As a social media manager, you’ll have to be a good communicator. You will need to communicate with different audiences and clients daily. Some clients don’t understand many aspects of social media, and you’ll have to have the patience to work with them to understand what you are doing and why.

For the specific training, your best bet as a beginner would be to go through each platform’s resources.

I recommend you getting certified with Facebook Blueprint. Some people think Facebook isn’t as good anymore. In my opinion it can work well for almost any business. As Facebook owns Instagram, you can learn a great deal about it as well.

In my opinion, Facebook is one of the great resources where you can learn more about organic reach and inbound marketing. Being able to work with Facebook Business Manager, Pixel and Facebook Ads is a great advantage and is a must if you’d like to pursue a career in social media management.

You can also take a course that covers multiple channels. The best learning though is practice. Social media platforms change their algorithms often and the best way to keep up is by doing the work.

How to get training and experience as a Social Media Manager?

Create your own social media pages and work on them to advertise yourself to potential clients. Start with your favorite platform, the one you enjoy the most and is your cup of tea.

Become a specialist in it and go on to the next. It is totally up to you if you’ll be offering social media services for only one or multiple channels. Focus on a few platforms that you like and become an expert in them.

When you’re applying for jobs or freelance projects, research the company well. Do a free social media audit and talk about what you like in their current efforts and what you would like to improve and how you are planning to do it. Offer 1-2 sample posts with an explanation of why you would post this and how you think this will affect their online presence. Going the extra mile will be noticed.

That’s surely what has helped me secure past jobs and cool gigs.

Becoming a Social Media Manager can be one of the most enjoyable jobs for many people already on social media for fun. It also provides a wide range of available positions,

What do Paid Ads Managers do?

Social media manager and Paid ads manager roles can be very closely tied together.

Paid ads can be done on many platforms – Google, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube, Pinterest, Bing, you name it. And yes, you must become familiar with at least a few.

To be successful, you’ll also have to learn to work with Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, and other analytical tools. Because a big part of running successful ads is analyzing what’s working and what’s not and making your next move based on the results. This is called optimizing.

Digital paid ads are an art. You need to have the perfect combination of visuals, copy, budget, timing, and schedule every time. And often (almost always), once you find that ideal combination, it won’t last forever, so you will need to edit and optimize all the time.

It again requires a lot of testing and clear goals and strategy.

How much do Paid Ads Managers make?

According to, Advertising managers in the United States make $100K on average.

You can also become a freelance Ads manager and decide on your rate. For example, you can charge $1-2K per account. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Paid Ads Manager?

There are many courses you can take to prepare yourself. Most platforms where you can run ads have their courses and certifications. That’s great because you can learn from the source, and usually, these certificates are free or very cheap while providing great authority.

Having some of them shows potential employers and clients your steadfast dedication and knowledge.

How to get training and experience to become a Paid Ads Manager?

The most challenging part of training and gaining experience as a paid ads manager is investing a certain amount of money in starting to learn and test strategies. So compared with the other roles on this list, this one is the hardest, or I should say the most expensive, to experiment with on your own. However, there are a few ways to do that.

The first way of testing your knowledge and expanding your advertising skills is to do it while still holding a regular job. Then, create your product, service, or offer and try running ads and test things. Of course, it will depend on what you pick, but you can advertise online for most things that exist. 

Another option is starting an unpaid or low-paid internship or apprenticeship. This will give you the chance to learn from an existing brand and possibly mentors with more experience and, most importantly – without any money out of your pocket. It all depends on how it fits into your lifestyle and if you can afford it financially. 

The third option is to learn and test as much as possible and find companies that would use your services for free while they invest in ads. It is working for free or a meager amount, but you can build your portfolio, experience, and confidence in exchange for that. And that would be how you get better at what you do before the new, exciting opportunities open for you.

Working for free has been a controversial topic as some experts advise never to work for free.

And I can see where they’re coming from. However, there are situations and cases when it makes sense, and what you gain outweighs all the negatives. It is totally up to you.

Content Creator & Strategist

What do Content Creator & Strategists do?

 Let’s start with the basics. What is “content”? Content comes in different forms. It’s everything that one creates (or curates), posts, emails, and talks about. A piece of content can be used in various ways. This is called content repurposing.

 Content strategy is the reason behind the content being put out there in the first place. Without the strategy, content is just random posts without any clear goal and tactic. So content creation and content strategy stick together like G&T. You can have them separately, but it would be pointless.

How much do Content Creators and Strategists make?

Content creators make between $34K and 43K. And Content Strategists can make from $43K to $100K.

But, of course, salaries vary by country, experience, level of skills, companies, and other factors.

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Content Creator and Strategist?

What does it take to become a content creator and strategist? The effort you put into becoming one will depend on your current experience and knowledge. Start with some digital marketing foundation courses and go deep into copywriting, SEO, and social media.

If you know nothing about content creation, but think you’ll be good at it, start reading blogs and articles on the topic. Then, think of a topic that you’re interested in and start creating content about that topic. Do it not to monetize your efforts but to begin gaining experience. 

How to get training and experience as a Content Creator and Strategist?

Gary Vee says, “document instead of creating.” That pretty much means  – define a goal that you’re after and document your journey towards it.

The Internet is full of content showing people who “made it” (or who are the “fake it till you make it” kind) and are already successful (or pretending to be). But not too many show their audiences what success might have cost them.

Create content around your learning experience, success, and struggles, show people it is possible. You will also attract clients’ and employers’ attention. It’s inspirational and builds credibility in the long run. 

Email Marketer

What do Email Marketers do?

According to, “email marketing is the most profitable direct marketing channel, generating an average return on investment of $42 for every $1 spent.” Email marketing is a marketing strategy of sending emails to potential and existing customers. A successful marketing campaign makes customers out of prospects and loyal customers out of one-time purchase clients. If you like writing and communications, it’s one of the best marketing branches in which you can search for remote jobs, even if you don’t have experience or a degree. You just need a laptop, reliable internet connection, some time and patience.

How much do Email Marketers make?

The salary for email marketers varies between $42K and $72K. If you decide to work as a freelancer, your income can be lower or higher than statistics. It depends on what services you offer, the clients you work with, and other factors.

What skills and qualifications do you need to become an Email Marketer?

Do you have what it takes to become an email marketer? You must be good at writing copy. No, I mean really damn good. You need to have the skills to write an email sequence strategically and have a personality that resonates with your audience and reflects it in your emails.

Wait, what, since when character became a requirement to get a job?

Every project and every brand is unique and it comes with its own language and tone.

Therefore, you have to be or become very adaptive and RESEARCH the industry and the topics you’ll be writing about thoroughly. Your audience within your emails can sense your confidence level, so the best you can do is become as familiar as possible with a specific topic before strategizing and writing emails to its target audience.

What training and experience do you need to become an Email Marketer?

There are numerous courses you can take to up your email marketer skills and confidence. Check out this list for the 10 Best Email Marketing Softwares out there. Most of the platforms have their own training and free versions within their websites, so you can easily get trained and try them out for yourself.

Along with any specific software training, you also need to learn copywriting. Good copy will work with every software and is the most critical part. Keep in mind that copywriting requires constant improvement and adaptation to your topic. The more you write, the better you will get, so don’t give up. Udemy has some tremendous copywriting courses to start you off.

SEO Speacialist

What do SEO Specialists do?

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is what you want to know as much about no matter what part of digital marketing you specialize in. It is the process and tools used for search engines to locate and put a website on the first pages of Google and in front of the relevant users. You will definitely need some SEO knowledge if you’re after a career in digital marketing.

There are different kinds of SEO you can specialize in. However, you have to be familiar with all the aspects of  SEO, so you can serve your clients in the best possible way.  

Different types of SEO depend on the way you categorize them. You will most commonly run into on-page, off-page, technical, content, mobile, e-commerce SEO.

You can refer back here for more detailed information on each one. 

How much do SEO Specialists make?

SEO Specialists’ salaries start at around $50K, and it can go up to $150K a year. If you decide to go the freelance route, your income and possibilities are endless. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become an SEO Specialist?

Training to become an SEO specialist may take some time. However, you can start practicing your skills as soon as you get a general idea about SEO and acquire some basic skills.  This is a great article to get your training started in a systemized order recommended by an experienced expert in the field.

As far as courses you can take, there are plenty out there. Udemy and Coursera are reputable and affordable course websites that I’ve personally tried out. Once you get a general idea about SEO, what it is, and what it requires, I highly recommend diving into the full-blown SEO Unlocked course by Neil Patel, which is absolutely free and very eye-opening. Just make sure you have a notepad and plenty of time. You can learn so much from him and his short videos loaded.

How to get training and experience as an SEO Specialist?

No matter how many courses you take and how much you read about SEO, the best way to learn is through practice. The way to practice, I recommend, is creating your website from scratch. Think of something that you’re interested in and just start. Having your own website and building it from scratch will give you the advantage of being disadvantaged and working out everything yourself.

It is a significant benefit not to have to ask anyone for permission, try as many things as you want, and allow limitless mistakes because that is how you learn. Running into issues when you’re on your own will teach you valuable lessons and skills, and you will, without a doubt, be able to put “problem-solver” proudly on your resume and know exactly what this means.

Once you feel more confident about your skills as an SEO expert, you can look for clients or apply for entry roles to gain more experience working in teams and working on more complicated projects.

Whatever path you choose, becoming an SEO expert is a safe way to go. Every website needs optimization, it’s one of the highest paying jobs, and the best is you can do it from anywhere in the world.


What do copywriters do?

Copywriting or writing copy has nothing to do with copyrights. LOL!  When I knew nothing about marketing, that’s what I thought it was.

I was pleasantly surprised to find out that writing copy is creating the persuasive text for an ad, product description, landing page, email, or any other marketing instrument whose goal is to bring the audience closer to the sale of a particular product or service. Copywriters influence existing and potential followers and customers to become passionate about a brand or product and fulfill the call to action.

If you decide to work in digital marketing, copywriting knowledge and training are essential. Copywriting is used in social media, paid ads, email marketing, SEO, content creation, etc. If you specialize in copywriting, you will have to know more about it than other marketing professionals.

Besides taking copywriting courses and programs, you’ll have to not only like writing but LOVE it. Being a passionate writer will make your job so much easier and more easy-flowing.

And your goal, in the long run, should be to love what you’re doing for a living and enjoy every day doing it. Copywriting will usually have to be SEO compliant.

How much do Copywriters make?

The average salary of a copywriter in the US is $55K, and it can go up to $140K depending on the company, your experience, and the area you are in.

As with most positions, freelance options and possibilities are endless. You can become a freelance copywriter and travel the world while you write.

You can also launch your own copywriting agency, learn another marketing skill or partner with another marketer and become a co-founder of a full-blown marketing agency.

It is up to you, your goals, and what you will feel most comfortable with.

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Copywriter?

Having a talent in writing is the best start to becoming a copywriter. However, you will probably need to take a few courses to understand the concept of writing copy. If you have a marketing background, that will be a huge plus.

But if you’re just starting, I recommend you take a marketing course covering all the basics. Any of the HubSpot Academy courses can be a great start. Again, Udemy is a great place to find all kinds of copywriting and related topics courses, and I highly recommend them.

How to get training and experience as a Copywriter?

As mentioned earlier, one of your options is to work as a freelance copywriter and offer your services on websites such as Fiverr and Upwork and also have a website that you own accompanied with a good lead capturing strategy.

You can also start working at an agency or within a company’s in-house team.

Looking for your perfect entry position as a remote working copywriter, the best thing you can do is start creating your portfolio. You can make some articles, ad copy, graphics with a specific purpose in no time, even if they are just mockups.

My advice is that your portfolio’s content doesn’t necessarily need to contain items related to a previous project or a client. If you find it hard to find that first copywriter paid opportunity, make up the samples. Use clearly specified goals for a few different pieces of content and add them to your portfolio. Potential clients won’t mind it as long as you can demonstrate your skills and creativity with these samples.

However, if you can combine copywriting materials that have produced some results, you will be a competitive applicant for any copywriting job. Think of any family or friends who have businesses, offer them your copywriting services, and see the results. This way, you will gain experience applying your skills and knowledge to an existing business and seeing some actual results.

Having a portfolio when you’re just starting will give you more confidence, more ways to sell yourself to your future clients or employers, and you’ll be one step ahead of your competition.

Graphic Designer

What do Graphic Designers do?

Graphic design is a marketing field that is a lot more creative than others, and it requires you to be a person with a look for art. Graphic designers communicate via visuals that they create by using a computer and graphic design software.

One of the main goals of a graphic designer is to make an organization recognizable using specific colors, shapes, forms, and images.

Companies may need graphic design services for ad campaigns to increase brand awareness, realize more sales, bring more traffic to their website or physical location, online and offline presence, product branding and personalization, and others.

How much do Graphic Designers make?

A graphic designer’s salary starts around $45K and can grow to above $100K per year.

You can also have your own creative agency and grow your business or work as a freelancer.

The job of a graphic designer is very versatile, and you’ll have many options to choose from.

Wha skills and qualifications do you need to become a Graphic Designer?

Can you start a successful career as a graphic designer and find remote jobs without a degree or experience? Yes, you can!

However, like all the other positions on this list, you need some education and dedication.

Graphic design is a broad subject.

If you aren’t sure which part of it is right for you, this Career Explorer’s article can be super helpful in exploring and getting at least close to a decision.

If you’re looking for graphic design tutorials, Graphic Mama is another fantastic source to learn more and all their other content is worth checking out.

How to get training and experience as a Graphic Designer?

Graphic design is an art. If you are an art type of person, you will most likely have the urge to create different materials that you can use to gain experience and to make your graphic design portfolio.

Pick companies you like, create new logos and another branding for them, work on visuals for ads and commercials, and create print designs for physical products.

You can apply for the Amazon Merch program and submit your designs for t-shirts, mugs, cell phone cases and start monetizing your skills. You can use all of these in your portfolio to apply for projects and jobs that interest you.

Whatever path you choose, being a graphic designer requires you to have talent and the heart for it. You will just need to upgrade it with some technical knowledge and personality. Innovations in the field are moving swiftly, so don’t stop learning and educating yourself. 

Video Editor

What do Video Editors do?

You may have done light video editing of your own or your friends’ videos, but professional editing involves so much more. Depending on the project you’re working on, you may have a shorter or longer raw video material that you’ll have to shrink into a much shorter and value-loaded end product.

Your job will include making the video shorter and more attractive, going through the whole material, and understanding the production’s goal so that you can translate that into the end product.

Typically, your job will involve bringing the different parts of an influential video together – video, audio, sound effects, music, graphics, and all the other elements footage includes.

How much do Video Editors make?

It depends on where in the world your project comes from.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, entry video editing jobs pay from $26K and can reach up to $110K a year, with the projection that the popularity of the position will grow as much as 18% by 2029. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Video Editor?

Video editing combines technical knowledge and creativity. An eye for aesthetics, storytelling, and having a vision for the end product is essential for a successful video editor.

As with all the other job roles on that list, you don’t need to have a degree to work as a video editor. A growing number of employers will be much more interested in your abilities.

You should look for courses for Adobe Premiere Pro. Udemy, Skillshare, LinkedIn Learning have fantastic resources. There are different software products out there. Try them out and decide for yourself which one best suits you best. 

How to get training and experience as a Video Editor?

To gain some experience right away, start producing your own videos made up from your raw footage along with some stock-free videos that tell a story and have a particular goal to include them in your portfolio.

Go to places like Fiverr and Upwork, upload your self-produced work in your portfolio, and look for projects that align with your preferences. The more projects you apply for, the better chances you have to start working.

Keeping your prices on the low side, in the beginning, will help you get work faster and gradually increase your rate and your portfolio.

Virtual Assistant

What do Virtual Assistants do?

Virtual assistants perform a wide variety of tasks. Their job is to assist their clients or managers with all of the administrative work.

In digital marketing, that may include things like posting content to social media, managing emails and calendars, customer service, filing and documentation organizing, travel arrangements, and anything else that’s needed to support a team or an executive.

So, it’s basically an administrative or marketing assistant but virtual, meaning working remotely from their computer.

How much do Virtual Assistants make?

Virtual assistants make between $21K and $62K.

If you are an experienced VA, you can easily outsource some work and start managing more clients.

Another option for making a higher profit is opening a VA agency and managing a team of VAs, each specializing in a different area.

In that case, your income is unlimited, and it can even go up to 6-7 figures. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become a Virtual Assistant?

You will do well becoming a VA if you are naturally very organized, a self-starter, a good communicator, and you can successfully manage your time.

Other than that, knowledge of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint would be essential.

If you decide to specialize in digital marketing, you can take an introductory marketing course to help you understand the industry better. Different marketing softwares, social media channels, and email marketing platforms are essential.

How to get training and experience as a Virtual Assistant?

Stack up on at least 3-5 free certifications. Think of a friend who has business and offer your help in exchange for the experience.

Many VA roles are entry-level positions, so you shouldn’t have a problem securing some once you complete your courses and certifications.

Look for marketing Facebook Groups to interact with other virtual assistants to exchange information and ones with business owners where you can find potential clients.

E-Commerce / Dropshipping Business Owner

What do E-Commerce Business Owners do?

Having an e-commerce business means you have a website selling physical (and sometimes online) products, sourcing or manufacturing them, and managing all the systems behind it.

This is a big project that requires investment. Before you start, do your research – look at competitors and what they are doing, create a strong strategy of sourcing products, shipping, returns, and customer service. With having an online store business, you have a few options. 

One of them is buying your stock in bulk and storing it at home or in a warehouse (depending on the size of the items). You can look into private labeling if you’re buying the products from a manufacturer. This means buying products with your logo and branding. 

Another option is to dropship your items. Dropshipping is selling products for more than what you buy them from your suppliers while you don’t hold any physical inventory. Once a sale is made, you order the product from your supplier, and they send it directly to the customer. You only get the profit from the sale, and you never even see the item. 

The third option is you making your products, and it’s great if you are this type of creative person. That way, you control the production speed, process, branding, and personalization for your customers. I’ve lately noticed that personalized planners and stickers are trending. Check out other trending products you can make at home here. 

How much do E-Commerce Business Owners make?

It is totally up to you, the choice of your products, the effort you put in every day. It’s a venture that can be used as a side business or one that can make millions. 

What skills and qualifications do you need to become an E-Commerce Business Owner?

A good idea would be to learn how to work with WordPress and/or Shopify.

After that, in the process of creating your business, you will have to learn how to manage a business, accounting, communication, marketing, social media, PR, etc. If you decide to have your own business, you will never stop learning, and this is the beauty of it.

Growing yourself as a person while growing a business is inevitable.

How to get training and experience as an E-Commerce Business Owner?

Do your research and just start. If you don’t have a big budget, try drop shipping or creating your own product. If you’re lucky enough to have the budget to start, make sure you’ve researched the market and your target customers. Good luck!

To Wrap Up

If you’ve always dreamed of the freedom to work from anywhere in the world, be confident that it’s very possible and likely to find remote jobs without degree or experience right now. If you’re either completely new to marketing or you had some previous experience, you can have a successful career in the field. It’s just a matter of some time and effort. From digital marketing and social media management positions to SEO specialists and content marketers, there is no shortage of opportunities out there – all it takes is knowing where to look!

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