Broke? Not paid enough in your present job? Your small business in the doldrums? Longing to buy a new car or revamp the living room?Making money is easier than you think! You can do it in your pyjamas without leaving home. You don’t need an office or a warehouse; a kitchen table serves to rest the laptop on, and a garage or an attic or the cupboard under the stairs might come in handy for storing products, but even those aren’t essential. The only thing you need is an internet connection. Unlike ‘bricks and mortar’ business, the online world has low entry costs and requires no qualifications.There are as many ways to make money online as there are creative people coming up with new ideas. It’s not just about selling things; you can just as easily make money online by selling ideas. Oh, I don’t know, you’re saying nervously. I haven’t any creative talent. I haven’t any business experience. What if I get ripped off? I don’t know what to sell. It looks so complicated, all those payment systems and seller’s feedback ratings and…Stop being negative and listen. It’s really not difficult. There are grandmothers out there selling stuff on eBay. There are teenagers making money out of the music they recorded in their bedroom. You can make it as simple or as complicated as you want.You could start with the contents of your attic – all those unwanted presents that are gathering dust.You could turn a hobby into cash.Or you could decide to set up an ambitious online retail operation to build on the success of an existing business.Once you begin thinking like an online entrepreneur, the sky’s the limit!Making money is about an attitude of mind. You need to be hungry to see the opportunities. Here are a few facts and figures to chew over.One in eight internet users sells something online. Internet traffic data show that between 2008 and 2009, visits to classified-ad websites grew by 80 per cent in a single year. And that’s just individual people sitting at home with their computers. Meanwhile, more and more commercial retailers of all kinds are realizing that you have to be online to make money.Whatever you want, you can buy it somewhere on the internet. A plastic Father Christmas, a ferret harness, stamp collections, bridesmaids dresses, brand new or second-hand items of every kind. Cars, houses and music are all sold online. Farmers are selling their produce direct to the consumer. Craftspeople and artists are finding a market online for their work. People are making money out of their hobbies, their passions, their obsessions, their creative concepts, both physical products and less tangible ideas.Online services include everything from finding a shoe-repair shop to a stable for your horse, from route finding to the world’s best roller coasters, from tips on coping with painful feet to a long-range weather forecast. All those websites that appear to offer intangibles like advice are making money, even if you don’t realize it, by creating leads and allowing others to sell through them.Too many people are put off because the process seems too complicated or too risky. It explains what the best-selling things online are, and how to find your own niche.If you only want to dabble by selling a few unwanted items through a site like eBay, you’ll learn the tricks that will make your sale more successful. If you want to take it further, you’ll be shown how to:Set up an online shop;Organize PayPal;Test your sales system.Through case studies of those who are already making money online, you’ll learn from the horse’s mouth the tips and wrinkle that can make the difference. You’ll find out:How to sell on Amazon;How to sell a house/car;How to sell your own photography and other creative products, including games characters on sites like Virtual Life;How to monetize your blog;How to take money from the gambling websites and come out ahead;How to sell leads to other people.