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Main Ki Karaan? Song | Laal Singh Chaddha | Aamir | Kareena | Sonu Nigam |Pritam|Amitabh|Romy|Advait

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Name Main Ki Karaan? Song | Laal Singh Chaddha | Aamir | Kareena | Sonu Nigam |Pritam|Amitabh|Romy|Advait
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Video Description Relive your First Love memories with this beautiful love song sung by none other than Sonu Nigam, accompanied by Romy. Pritam and Amitabh Bhattacharya once again weave their magic with this song from #LaalSinghChaddha - starring Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mona Singh and Chaitanya Akkineni.
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Main Ki Karaan? Song | Laal Singh Chaddha | Aamir | Kareena | Sonu Nigam |Pritam|Amitabh|Romy|Advait #LaalSinghChaddha #SonuSingsforAamir #MainKiKaraan

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1. Create stylistic, aerial property photos

This isn’t exactly a new way to make money but one that often gets forgotten. Not to mention, it’s much easier with drones today. When I was younger, a photographer went door-to-door in my neighborhood selling artsy photos he took of the homes from a plane. They looked almost like paintings, and many in the neighborhood bought them, since people grow to love their homes and like to memorialize them. The only problem is you’d probably have to get permission before, due to drone restrictions. Investment: High 🟠 Skill to enter: Medium 🟡 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: Photographers, drone hobbyists, or other visual artists who can invest in a drone and make the logistics work.

2. Find used goods and sell them online to a bigger market

There’s this weird disconnect in the used goods market. The internet and cheap shipping services have made the world a global marketplace, but lots of people still only sell their used goods locally on places like Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace. This disconnect creates an opportunity for you to find cheap goods locally and then sell them to a global audience via platforms like eBay. Often, the local goods are way undervalued because not very many people see them. But when you sell on eBay, you can get a much higher price since you have a larger audience. Flea Market Flipper has a blog and courses that can teach you how to get started. Investment: Medium 🟡 Skill to enter: Medium 🟡 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: Anyone who’s tech-savvy enough to sell on eBay. You will need good negotiation skills and an eye for deals, though.

3. Become a freelance video editor for YouTube channels

There are so many small businesses that either make low-quality YouTube/social media videos, or it takes them a long time – even with automated editing tools. The idea behind this money-making idea is to work as a standard video editor who promises to take raw iPhone footage and turn it into a short, professional video. All the business owners would have to do is capture the raw footage. Everything else is left to the editor to turn it into something beautiful and make it fast. Investment: Low 🟢 Skill to enter: Medium 🟡 to High 🟠 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: Video editors who have the tools and efficiency to turn out quick videos that look good.

4. Be an online tutor

Tutoring has always been a great way to make money on the side, but with the growth of the internet and globalization, it’s also become a great way to make money online both now and in the future. For example, if you’re a native English teacher, apps like VIPKid make it easy to tutor online from anywhere in the world (which is why it’s especially popular with digital nomads). One option is to hang your own shingle and try to find students yourself. You can easily teach them through meeting tools like Zoom. Or, you can go through one of these apps. All you need is some expertise in some area…which can literally just be speaking English! Investment: Low 🟢 Skill to enter: Medium 🟡 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: Anyone with patience and knowledge to share, though it’s probably easier for adults.

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We’re sure this is already part of someone’s job, but we’d like to see it as a more affordable, accessible option. A small business should be able to contact a Facebook ad-creator who makes dozens of targeted ads for the business and schedules them. This way, the business owner doesn’t have to spend time and money on something they know nothing about. Investment: Low 🟢 Skill to enter: Low 🟢 to Medium 🟡 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: Social media professionals or enthusiasts, people with marketing or ad experience, or folks with enough time to learn about social ads.

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Robots already function on assembly lines, with propositions to introduce them into more customer-facing and “thinking” roles like cooks, retail salespeople, and restaurant servers. Yet, even with artificial intelligence, those jobs often require problem-solving, critical thinking, and a human touch. In addition, what if the software or hardware fails and needs quick maintenance? At some point, we can expect a wave of at-home workers who control, maintain, or even just moderate robots in positions that aren’t assembly line workers with repeated actions. Investment: Low 🟢 Skill to enter: Low 🟢 to High 🟠 Income type: Active ⚡ Good for: It depends on the role. We can see some roles as requiring simple chatting or checking in on the bot. Others may require advanced technical skills for maintenance. Regardless, it would have to be someone who can sit on the computer for long periods.

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A person can already rent out their car, drive neighbors around, turn their home into a vacation rental, and even post their couch as a viable option for lodging. We can imagine companies have already – and will continue to – expand this idea to smaller, mundane items such as renting power tools to people in your neighborhood or leasing out big-screen TVs for big weekend sporting events. Investment: Low 🟢 Skill to enter: Low 🟢 Income type: Passive ⌛ Good for: Teens, students, stay-at-home parents, workers, and just about anyone with items of value and a bit of time to post listings and meet with renters.

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