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Published on: June 3 2023 by pipiads

How to Make Money on Canva: Tips for Beginners

- Canva is a free photo editing tool that can help you make money

- Story of how a 22-year-old made $10,000 a month using Canva

B2B Niche:

- Focus on serving other businesses to make the most money

- Freelance sites like Fiverr and Upwork are great places to sell your services

- Niches that work well: Pinterest marketing, YouTube thumbnails

Pinterest Marketing:

- Pinterest is essentially a search engine

- Find out what keywords are ranking well and create similar designs

- You don't have to do the writing, just the optimization

- People are charging up to $130 per hour for Pinterest marketing services

YouTube Thumbnails:

- YouTube creators spend a lot of time making videos and need help with thumbnails

- Canva has templates and designs that make it easy to create thumbnails

- People are charging up to $125 per hour for YouTube thumbnail services

- Canva is a great tool for making money online

- Focus on serving other businesses to make the most money

- Freelance sites like Fiverr and Upwork are great places to sell your services

- Pinterest marketing and YouTube thumbnails are two niches that work well

- Sign up for a free workshop to learn more and get inspired to change your life.

Coupon Organization: How I use coupons

- Hey guys! I wanted to make this video because it was requested by some of my subscribers.

- In this video, I'm going to explain my process of couponing and where I started from.

- Just a heads up, this video may be a little longer than usual because I want to explain my process thoroughly.

- Also, everyone's way of couponing is different, so I'm not telling you how you should do it. I'm just sharing what works best for me and my family.


- I started saving money at the grocery store in 2008 by meal planning and buying things that were on sale.

- In 2009-2010, I started getting serious about couponing and decided to make it a part of my lifestyle.

- I started by purchasing a copy of the Sunday paper and eventually got a subscription because that's where you get most of your coupons.

- I also use online resources like southernsavers.com and have a subscription to All You magazine, which has a ton of coupons.

Couponing Process:

- I used to use a coupon binder, but it took up too much time, so I switched to a filing system.

- I organize my coupons by month and have a category for weekly circular ads.

- I use southernsavers.com to find sale items and coupon matchups.

- I only cut out the coupons I need for that day and put them in a plastic accordion binder.

- I highlight items that come from the same circular to make it easier to find them in my file folders.

- I also do meal planning and make a shopping list based on what's on sale and what I need.

- I take my coupons to the store and put them in a today folder.

- If an item is out of stock, I can get a rain check and use the coupon next week.

- Couponing doesn't have to be extreme. I save approximately 40-50% every week on groceries without going overboard.

- I don't have a stockpile or a room dedicated to couponing. I just store my things in cabinets and my pantry.

- If you have any questions about couponing, feel free to ask in the comments. I'd be happy to help!

- Thanks for watching!

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