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Guest author Susan Melony explains how you can make money on the Internet by working out of an RV.
Top 5 Business Ideas For Working Out Of An RV
by Susan Melony
While there are thousands of people each year who would like to live out of an RV, many of them don’t for the simple reason that they don’t believe it’s possible to make a living working out of a motorhome, or at least to not make the same amount of money as they would working their current job.
But guess what? Thousands of people also do live and work full-time out of their RVs and still make the same income as they would otherwise. All you need is the right equipment for whatever your job is and a reliable internet connection, and you should be set.
So don’t let this discourage you from renting or buying an RV and living the RV lifestyle that you’ve always dreamed about. Outdoorsy.com has entire lists of RV’s to rent or buy for any area that you type in, so once you find an RV you like and buy it, there’s really nothing to stop you from making your dream of living the RV life a reality.
If you’re still not convinced that you can make a living while on the road, here are the top five business ideas for working out of an RV:
Working as a virtual assistant essentially means that you’ll be doing similar work to an office secretary, only thousands of miles away on your computer. You’ll be doing copywriting, composing emails, making phone calls, and writing up invoices to name a few things. While you have to make sure you’re fully accessible during business hours, with only a handful of clients you can make some good money.
There are nearly eighty million websites powered by WordPress, and it only stands to reason that at least a percentage of those websites will need assistance to run efficiently. If you’re a tech-savvy person who knows how to run WordPress websites, then running a WordPress website support business is definitely something you could do from the comfort of your motorhome.
Amazon FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) Business
You may have expected to see this on this list because Amazon is known for being very friendly to RV entrepreneurs and even having a ‘Camper Force’ for seasonal employees living in RVs.
An Amazon FBA business means that you can purchase products from a third-party, put your brand on those products, and then Amazon will store and then ship them for you when somebody purchases them from your blog or website.
An FBA business stands a very good chance of making you some serious money, so it’s definitely not a business idea that you want to overlook.
Working as a content strategist essentially means that you’ll be a blogger and social media marketer for companies. You’ll be responsible for any of the following:
- Assembling a team of freelancers, assigning work, and keeping them on schedule
- Writing and scheduling media posts
- Writing and publishing blog posts
- Creating a content schedule to grow your client’s online presence
Content strategists can make thousands of dollars a month, and the more clients you have, the more money you make.
Last but not least, working as a photographer out of your RV gives you the advantage of being able to travel throughout parts of the country to reach other clients you otherwise would not have been able to. Think of it as essentially taking your existing photography business on the road.
If anything, your business could stand to grow from doing this. You’ll be able to meet your clients at beautiful natural parks and other scenic locations for photography sessions and word-of-mouth could spread about your business as well.
Working Out Of Your RV
These are just five of the many different business ideas for working out of your RV. Additional things that you can do working out of your RV include freelance writing, Kindle publishing, graphic design, video production, or even running a YouTube channel.
There are thousands of people who make a living full-time out of their RVs, so there’s no reason to think that you can’t as well.
Regardless of whether you’re planning on living out of your RV full-time or just going on an extended road trip, you’ll still be able to work and make the same amount of money as you would from working in your home or town.
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