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First published: 1 June 2022 by GKH;
Last update: 15 August 2023 by GKH

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If you are a talented photographer you might have a chance of earning money while traveling to the most interesting places all over the world. Fashion magazines, travel agencies and the media always have demand for spectacular photos or videos from exotic places. You may work as a staff photographer or you may be hired for a particular shooting project. But you may also work as a freelancer specializing in unique subjects - such as photos or movies of rare animals, spectacular landscapes, daring sports events, social gatherings or interesting indigenous populations. But make no mistake! You really have to be an outstanding photographer. Just snapping a few regular pictures while traveling will not work!

  1. If you are really interested in selling pictures while traveling you first need to get a serious photographic education. You need to become totally familiar with your equipment and you must learn digital photo editing and archiving. Don't even think of this kind of work, if you are not experienced in using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop (or similar software). The most important prerequisite, however, is your visual talent: You must develop a "photographer's eye"! There are numerous schools and workshops for developing your photographic skills and talent.
  2. Making nice snap shots of famous sights or landscapes while travelling will probably not generate a lot of income. You have to focus on a particular subject or develop a unique perspective that grabs the attention of the media. If you are the daring type you might want to shoot photos or videos while base jumping, freestyle climbing or balancing a slackline over an abyss in the Himalayas. If you are especially patient, you may want to shoot extremely rare animals in the Atacama desert or the Amazon. There is also always demand for photos from wars or violent social conflicts.
  3. The greatest images are useless, if you don't know how to sell them. You must therefore develop marketing skills and socialize with potential customers. You must have a portfolio of your best shots - preferably on your own website. Social media posts, a newsletter, a travel blog, photo lectures or workshops are all tools you will have to use for making money with your travel photos.

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We believe there still is a huge demand for websites. Any small business or craftsman that wants to succeed in today's business environment has to be on the Web. If you are not on the Web, you basically do not exist – or only for your regular customers. The Internet, in particular Google, has become the 'de facto' standard how potential customers can find your business. Especially if you want to expand your customer base you definitely need your own website. A website is the easiest and most cost effective way to provide everyone with basic information about your business, your products or services, and about how to get in touch with you.
In addition to large agencies and companies, there are thousands of independent programmers around the world who offer freelance website development. Designing, developing and implementing websites is still an excellent type of freelance job for remote workers or digital nomads. But before you start, make sure you have thought about these challenges:

  1. There is a serious competition from "do-it-yourself tools and kits", such as WIX, JIMDO, IONOS, WORDPRESS, webador, SITE123, Squarespace, webnode and many others. Many small business owners believe they can do it themselves. If you browse the web you can easily identify these "standardized" websites that all have a similar look and feel. The challenge for you as a freelance developer is to convince potential customers that you can create websites that do not just consist of customized templates, but have a unique look and feel - and are really easy to use.
  2. It might be a challenge to identify and recruit potential customers. Many small businesses have no clue how they could benefit from a web presence. They must be convinced of how they could benefit. You need to develop a strategy for customer acquisition! You may just call small business owners on the phone and offer your service; you may show examples on trade shows; you may use brochures; or you may affiliate or collaborate with a web space provider. You can also browse the web to find particularly bad websites and offer their owners an improvement.
  3. Small businesses are usually not willing to spend a huge amount on their web presence. You need to figure out how to deliver quality sites at a bargain price. This can only be done if you set up some kind of modular system which you can easily adjust for the particular customer. This is not only about design templates! You must also learn how-to quickly and professionally collect, edit, and web-optimize text content, images or video from your customer. Very often small businesses do not have appropriate content (such as product images, icons, text) and you must create images, video, or write copy for them. Typically, small businesses do not have their own web space or web server – which you must also buy or rent.
  4. It certainly makes sense for a freelancer to focus on a particular segment of the market. For instance plumbers, electricians, carpenters, garden services, cleaners, house builders etc. are often hard to find. And if you find them, you may have no clue about their prices, specialization or when they are available. Sometimes their website (if they have one) is so lousy that you can't even find contact information. Personal services, such as barbers, beauticians may lack easy-to-use scheduling tools on their websites.
  5. In the visual world of today, flashy designs can easily impress potential customers. This explains why many website developers are designers, photographers or other creative people. They usually hire some kind of "programmer" to do the site coding – and if necessary the backend programming. But flashy web designs are not necessarily the most effective. Some websites are just confusing visitors with all kinds of visual nonsense. To deliver the perfect mix between design and functionality is a major challenge of website development.

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People often believe Amazon.com sells everything – so there would be no need for developing online shops. But the size of Amazon.com is actually smaller than you might think. Amazon has market share of only 25% of the total U.S. e-commerce spending. In Europe, Amazon's share is even smaller. There is plenty of opportunity for all kinds of retailers to run their own online shop.
Unfortunately, developing an online shop is much more challenging than developing a plain website. Even simple online shops essentially consist of at least four components:

In reality, there are many other functions that typically need to be implemented, such as log-in screens (for returning customers), authentication procedures, encryption of critical data, procedures to delete customer information (if requested), calculation of shipping rates, procedures for discounts or returns, and tools for customers' product ratings. More advanced online shops can be even way more complicated.

  1. Many retailers, for instance, want to combine their centralized inventory management system with several online shops, so that new products must be included only in one database that runs both the inventory and the shops. Moreover, the shops' display would be automatically modified when inventory gets low or runs out.
  2. Very often, retailers also combine "brick & mortar" shops with online shops und want to connect both to their inventory system – so that the online shop "knows" that a certain product might be available in one particular regular shop (and vice versa). And finally, online-shops may be integrated in a total business management software system that also includes connected cash registers at POS (point of sales) in the shops.
  3. As can be expected there are already numerous "off the shelf" solutions available for online shops. Typically these e-commerce solutions are marketed on a monthly rent basis. Depending on the functionality owners of online shops have to pay a few dozen to several hundred or thousand Euros per month and just have to upload their product information. Usually, the processing of payments is charged in addition (usually a certain percentage of the sales price). These recurrent costs for shop owners can be avoided by hiring a freelancer who offers to implement a fully functional customized fixed-price shopping system.
  4. People with serious IT background have numerous opportunities for freelancing in the e-commerce sector. Even the "off-the-shelf" systems are often so complex that retailers frequently need consultants or external help to implement these systems. Typically a freelancer would focus on one particular system, such as "Shopify" or "WIX" and become very familiar with the particular software.
  5. Customized e-commerce solutions, on the other hand, can become so complex that only teams of specialized designers and developers can effectively implement such systems. They are typically developed by software firms which have access to very diverse talents – from designers and content developers to encryption and database specialists. It would be hard for a single freelancer or digital nomad to implement such complex and multifaceted Systems. In particular, it is hard to combine creative and design talent with more technical know-how, such as database optimization or data encryption.

Many artists have remote or nomadic lifestyles. Just think of the rock bands "on tour" who often spend months or years traveling from one performance location to the next. This is true for artists performing in big-name stadions or music halls to the musicians playing in tiny rock cafés or music bars. Actors, musicians, composers, painters, sculptors, writers often work on many different locations, while traveling, or retreat to remote places for inspiration.

  1. Nomadic work is nothing new for artists. Some of the most famous composers, musicians, painters, sculptors or artists in history have created or performed their greatest works while traveling. Mozart's many journeys to courts all over Europe are legendary. Haydn composed some of his best music in London (The London Symphonies) - far away from the castles of the Esterházy dynasty in Hungary and Austria. And the 'Grateful Dead' (a famous psychedelic rock formation), pretty much toured the US constantly for three decades - from the winter of 1965 until summer 1995, when Jerry Garcia went to "the great commune in the sky".
  2. As with most nomadic or remote workstyles artists need to remain in contact with their audience. This is traditionally managed by agents or impressarios. But recently, many artists have used the Internet itself to keep contact. In fact, some artists have created what is called 'Internet Art" - artistic products distributed exclusively through the Internet. Internet art is often — but not always — interactive, participatory, and multimedia-based.

An excellent opportunity for digital nomads or mobile freelancers to earn income is social media marketing. Tools, content, implementation – everything is digital and independent of location. If you know how to effectively market products or services on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook you can do it from anywhere any time. You can kite surf during the day and work at night; or you may work 16 hours a day for a short period and then do nothing for a month. Since all posts can be scheduled in advance from anywhere in the world you are totally free to organize your workday. As long as your social media marketing produces measurable results and increases profits no contractor will care when or where you do it.
However, social marketing is much more than posting a few images or submitting some tweets. You must really know what you are doing. Basically there are the following challenges:

  1. First, you must know your social media inside out! Facebook, Instagram, TikTok or Twitter are actually vast infrastructures with far more features than are known by the average user.
  2. Then you must be able to design a product- or service-specific marketing strategy. You may be lucky, and one of your posts may get viral with a huge impact for your client. But these are exceptions. Usually social media campaigns generate additional sales only with a clever, longer-term strategy and patience. Central to social media marketing is "friends and followers". You must have a good idea how to develop, grow and maintain such an audience.
  3. As with any marketing you need content from your client. These may be logos, icons, images, videos, product descriptions or any other kind of content. Fortunately, social media work best with content that is spontaneous, rough, or unedited. Often, you can produce such "quick and dirty" content yourself – if your client has nothing available. Usually you don't need expensive photo shooting sessions in a studio or expensive camera equipment for a video.
  4. The greatest challenge in freelance social media marketing is to find clients that would pay appropriately for your work. Many small business owners believe they can do the social media stuff by themselves on the side. Key to successful social media market is to clearly measure and demonstrate success. It's not enough to create a lot of hype! If the hype is not converted into actual sales, your client will soon get frustrated.
  5. Finally, you should be aware that social media marketing does not work for all products or services. There are still segments of the population that have never used and probably will never use social media.

Traditional Call Centers in large office spaces with hundreds of workers on phones are outdated. They can be replaced by networks of distributed, remotely working experts. Especially if a customer service requires very advanced (technical) know-how it makes sense to hire those rare experts where you can find them - even in foreign countries. Centralized phone systems would then just connect those distributed experts whenever necessary.

  1. Help desks are probably the most typical type of customer services. Trained technicians are helping customers with all kinds of hardware, software or services. We all have experience with help desks. Sometimes this help is really quick, friendly and useful; sometimes it's a nightmare of waiting on hold - tortured by nerdy music.
  2. Sales rep / client advisor: Many online shops and services need staff to help potential customers find the right product. For instance, online shops for computers and electronic gadgets frequently offer customers options to configure a particular device. Usually, there are numerous alternatives, such as various video cards, memory boards, or processor types, so that potential customers need help and advice. Since this advice is usually given over the phone or in a chat box it can be done from anywhere.
  3. Another important customer service is the processing of complaints. This also can easily be managed by a distributed network of staff members. They are usually trained extensively to handle aggressive behavior, rudeness or actual threats.
  4. Many online shops have a policy of 'no question asked' for returning products that didn't meet expectations. The processing of such returns can be either fully automated through a website service; or it may be handled by customer services over the phone, which would be another job that could be done from everywhere.

There is a whole range of consulting and hotline services that can be provided from a home office or while traveling. Often these services are provided by volunteers - but there are also professionals who do this work on behalf of (and paid by) a legal office, a trade union, a church or some kind of non-governmental Organization.

  1. Legal consulting: In some countries lawyers provide legal advice on various kinds of questions through the Internet or the phone. Obviously, they do not need an office for this kind of work.
  2. Medical consulting: While medical doctors would usually want to 'see' a patient to conduct various diagnostic tests, there are cases where medical advice is possible and necessary. Hotlines for medical emergencies are usually staffed by physicians, who can help over the phone until first responders are on location. With increasing Internet bandwidth, stable video calls and the development of remote diagnostic devices much more will be possible in the near future. One can even imagine that highly speicalized surgeons will one day routinely perform difficult operations on patients far away - even in a different country.
  3. Psychological consulting: Hotlines for psychological problems do not necessarily have to operate from a hospital or doctor's office. They may be staffed by dispersed volunteers or paid professionals working from home. Centralized switchboards would reroute calls automatically to staff on duty. This can be done for all kinds of hotlines, for instance for marriage problems, suicide prevention, help with stalkers or for advice on abortion.

Data have become the core asset of many businesses. These data may be in the form of customer information, such as names and adresses, or may describe consumer behavior. But increasingly, there are also autonomously generated data by cars, fridges, cell phones or play stations. All this information must be processed, cleaned, analyzed, and stored.

  1. Data entry clerk: A remote data entry specialist can work directly for a company or as a contractor from a computer at the location of their choice. Data entry often involves inputting large amounts of information into a company’s server. Typing speed and accuracy are skills required in this position.
  2. Data coder: While a data entry clerk just inputs non-digital information into a database, a data coder must translate non-standardized information into a system of classifications. For instance, a medical coder would translate treatments from a physician or surgeon into the proper insurance or billing codes. This work often requires a specialized training and a certificate.
  3. Transcriptionist: One particular type of 'data' is spoken text - for instance the proceedings of a police interview or legal hearing in a court of law. Very often this text must be transcribed into a written document - usually from a recorded audio file. This transcription work will often be done by hired offsite contractors who get paid per transcribed minute.
  4. Data analyst: In today's business world enormous amounts of data are generated that need to be analyzed. While AI tools are increasingly used to make sense of consumer data from online shops and retail stores, many specialized analyses still require human creativity. Data analysis can easily be done as a consulting job - as long as a company is willing to give you access to their central data servers. Howerver, be aware that data protection legislation (particularly in Europe) might make it impossible for companies to give you remote access to their customer database.
  5. Data scientist: While data analysts study availabe information in databases, data scientists design software tools or processes that will be implemented to generate new types of information. Typically they would design experiments for data-driven management.

Graphic designers and animators can work independently as contractors to a website developer, an advertising agency, a film studio or a game developer. Designers create visuals - such as logos, menus, brochures, signs, ads or other promotional material. Animators, on the other hand, create (3-D)animations that give the illusion of smooth movement. There is a huge demand for animators in game development and the movie industry, as natural actors are increasingly replaced (or enhanced) by digital characters. Digital design and, in particular, digital animation are highly technical and require familiarity with complicated, advanced software. However, the creative nature and reliance on digital tools of this type of job make it a perfect match for remote work.

  1. As a digital animator you not only need artistic talent - you also must have advanced technical skills that require years of learning. Digital animation software, such as Moho Pro (for Mac), 3ds Max (from Autodesk) or Blender cannot be learned in a few days or weeks - even if AI is used to automate many tasks.
  2. A fundamental prerequisite for working independently as a designer is a professional work portfolio. Potential customers want to see your design style before they hire you.
  3. Finally, if you want to work from home (or while traveling) as a digital designer or animator you really need professional hardware. For high-quality graphics work a color-calibrated monitor is a must. And just any old laptop woun't do the number crunching that is required for rendering animations.

Digital graphic designers and animators usually specialize to meet specific industry demands. These are the main fields of specialization:

  1. User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) Design: Designers who can create visually appealing and user-friendly interfaces for websites, applications, and software are highly sought after. Understanding user behavior, wireframing, prototyping, and conducting user testing are important skills.
  2. Mobile App Design: Designing interfaces specifically for mobile applications, considering the constraints of smaller screens and touch interactions. Skills in mobile app navigation, iconography, and responsive design are valuable.
  3. Web Design and Responsive Design: Designers who can create websites that look and function well across various devices and screen sizes. Proficiency in HTML and CSS to understand the technical aspects of implementing designs is beneficial.
  4. Illustration and Vector Graphics: Illustrative skills that allow designers to create original artwork, icons, logos, and illustrations that can be scaled without loss of quality. This skill is valuable for branding and visual storytelling.
  5. Motion Graphics and Animation: Animators who can create visually engaging motion graphics for videos, websites, and presentations. Skills in kinetic typography, character animation, and transitions are in demand.
  6. 3D Modeling and Animation: Proficiency in creating 3D models, animations, and visualizations for industries like gaming, film, architecture, and product design. Skills in software like Blender, Maya, or Cinema 4D are valuable.
  7. Visual Effects (VFX): Designers who can create realistic visual effects for films, videos, and advertisements. Skills in compositing, green screen removal, and digital effects are essential.
  8. Data Visualization Design: Designing compelling and informative visualizations to present complex data in a clear and engaging manner. This skill is valuable for conveying insights in industries like analytics, research, and journalism.
  9. Typography and Layout Design: Expertise in selecting and arranging fonts, text, and graphics to create visually pleasing layouts for print and digital media. Typography knowledge is crucial for effective communication.
  10. Branding and Identity Design: Designers who can develop cohesive visual identities for brands, including logos, color schemes, and brand guidelines. Understanding the essence of a brand and translating it into design is important.
  11. Interactive and Game Design: Designers who can create interactive experiences for games, educational software, and interactive installations. Skills in user interactions, level design, and gamification concepts are in demand.
  12. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) Design: Designers who can create immersive and interactive experiences for AR and VR platforms. Understanding spatial design, user interactions, and storytelling in a virtual environment is valuable.
  13. Storyboarding and Concept Art: Artists who can create storyboards, concept art, and visual narratives for films, animations, and advertisements. This skill helps in visualizing ideas and planning projects.
  14. Print Design and Layout: Designers who can create layouts for print materials such as brochures, posters, magazines, and packaging. Skills in preparing files for printing and understanding print processes are important.
  15. Environmental and Exhibition Design: Designers who can create immersive experiences for physical spaces, including exhibitions, trade shows, and interior design projects. Skills in spatial planning and creating engaging environments are valuable.
  16. Social Media Graphics and Content: Designers who can create visually appealing graphics and content optimized for various social media platforms. Understanding platform specifications and creating shareable visuals is important.

Remote work is well-suited for software developers because coding and programming tasks can often be done independently using computers and remote collaboration tools. Developers can communicate with team members through online platforms, and many software development tools are cloud-based, allowing for seamless collaboration regardless of location.

A fundamental prerequisite for working independently as a programmer is a professional work portfolio. Potential customers want to see what coding skills you have. Just making a long list of programming languages and tools is not enough! Currently, the following areas of expertise are in high demand:

  1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML): Skills in developing AI and ML models, including neural networks, natural language processing, computer vision, and reinforcement learning. The ability to design, train, and deploy models for tasks like image recognition, language translation, and predictive analytics is highly sought after.
  2. Data Analysis and Data Science: Expertise in data manipulation, cleansing, and analysis, along with the ability to derive actionable insights from large datasets. Proficiency in statistical analysis, data visualization, and predictive modeling is valuable for making informed business decisions.
  3. Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking: Proficiency in identifying vulnerabilities, conducting penetration testing, and implementing security measures to protect systems and data. Skills related to securing applications, networks, and cloud environments are in high demand due to the increasing importance of data privacy and protection.
  4. Full-Stack Web Development: Full-stack developers who can handle both frontend and backend development are sought after. They should be able to build responsive and user-friendly web applications, implement database systems, and work with various web frameworks.
  5. Cloud Computing and DevOps: Expertise in cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and GCP, along with skills in containerization, orchestration, and continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines. Professionals who can architect, deploy, and manage cloud-based applications efficiently are in demand.
  6. Mobile App Development: Mobile app developers who can create user-friendly and performant applications for iOS and Android platforms. Knowledge of mobile app development frameworks, UI/UX design principles, and optimization techniques is crucial.
  7. Blockchain Development: Skills in designing and developing blockchain-based applications, including smart contracts, decentralized applications (DApps), and cryptocurrency systems. The ability to create secure and transparent systems using blockchain technology is valuable.
  8. Quantitative Finance and Algorithmic Trading: Proficiency in programming and quantitative analysis for financial modeling, risk assessment, and algorithmic trading. The ability to create trading algorithms and quantitative strategies is important in the finance industry.
  9. Healthcare IT and Telemedicine: Expertise in developing software solutions for healthcare management, electronic health records (EHR) systems, and telemedicine platforms. The demand for healthcare-related applications has grown, particularly in light of remote healthcare needs.
  10. Internet of Things (IoT): Skills in developing software for IoT devices and platforms. Professionals who can design and program devices to collect, transmit, and process data from the physical world are increasingly in demand.
  11. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR): Expertise in creating immersive AR and VR experiences, including interactive applications for entertainment, education, training, and industrial applications.
  12. Autonomous Systems and Robotics: Skills in programming and developing autonomous systems and robotic applications, such as self-driving cars, drones, and industrial robots. Knowledge of sensors, control algorithms, and navigation systems is crucial.
  13. Environmental and Renewable Energy Applications: Developing software solutions to monitor and optimize energy consumption, renewable energy systems, and environmental data analysis. This includes applications related to energy efficiency, smart grids, and sustainability.
  14. E-commerce and Digital Retail: Skills in building e-commerce platforms, digital marketplaces, and personalized shopping experiences. The ability to integrate payment gateways, implement recommendation systems, and enhance user experience is essential.

Content creation involves writing, designing, recording, and editing, tasks that can be carried out independently from a remote location. This allows content creators to manage their schedules and produce content from their preferred working environement. Online platforms facilitate sharing content with a global audience.

There is a very broad range of possible specializations for content creators:

  1. Content Strategy and Planning: Content creators who can plan content calendars, set goals, and create a cohesive content roadmap are in high demand. However, these tasks require the ability to develop well-structured content strategies that align with the target audience, goals, and brand identity.
  2. Research and Fact-Checking: People with strong research skills to gather accurate and relevant information for creating informative and credible content have also excellent job opportunities. They must be able to ensure the highest standards in accuracy and inpartiality - especially in fact-checkking tasks.
  3. Writing and Copywriting: Proficiency in creating engaging, clear, and concise written content across various formats such as articles, blog posts, social media captions, and ad copy. Strong grammar, storytelling, and persuasive writing are essential.
  4. Visual Content Creation: Some content creatorss have spezialized in creating visually appealing graphics, infographics, images, and other visual assets to enhance written content and improve engagement. An eye for design and aesthetics is important. They typically provide the content for the graphical designers.
  5. Video Content Creation: The ability to plan, script, film, and edit videos for various platforms like YouTube, social media, and educational content. Video production skills, including editing and understanding visual storytelling, are highly sought after.
  6. SEO and Keyword Optimization: Understanding of search engine optimization (SEO) principles and the ability to optimize content for relevant keywords, improving its discoverability on search engines.
  7. Content Promotion and Distribution: Knowledge of how to effectively promote and distribute content through social media, email marketing, collaborations, and other channels to reach a wider audience.
  8. Audience Engagement and Community Building: Skills in fostering audience engagement through comments, discussions, and community building. The ability to interact with followers and respond to feedback contributes to content success.
  9. Adaptability and Trend Awareness: Staying updated with current trends, news, and changes in the industry to create relevant and timely content. Adaptability to new platforms and formats is also important.
  10. Podcasting and Audio Content Creation: The ability to plan, record, edit, and produce podcasts or other audio content. Skills in scripting, audio quality management, and storytelling through audio are valuable.
  11. Content Repurposing and Recycling: Creativity in repurposing existing content into different formats, such as turning a blog post into an infographic, a video, or a podcast episode to reach a broader audience.
  12. Storytelling and Narrative Skills: The capability to create compelling narratives that capture the audience's attention, evoke emotions, and convey information effectively.
  13. Leveraging Social Media Platforms: Familiarity with different social media platforms and their unique features, algorithms, and trends to tailor content for maximum engagement on each platform.
  14. Collaboration and Networking: Building relationships with other content creators, influencers, and industry experts to collaborate on content projects, cross-promotions, and guest posting opportunities.
  15. Ethics and Authenticity: Upholding ethical standards in content creation, including transparency, authenticity, and respecting copyright and intellectual property rights are essential in content creation. If you have a legal background this may be one specialization, in which you can provide remote Services to website developers, bloggers and other content creators.


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