Using Your Skills to Earn Extra Money

ABC News' Linsey Davis shows how you can use Skillshare.com to help supplement your income.
1:24 | 12/12/15

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Next tonight, the "Real money" team is back. And it turns out, there are some very easy ways to make extra money. Teaching others how to do what you already do in your day job. Reporter: Want to learn how to be an entrepreneur, or wine tasting? They're among the thousands of people turning their expertise into extra cash. Jay Bartlett teaches motion graphics. Meg lewis earned $52,000 since January of last year, on top of her day job. They teach two of the more than 2,000 classes on skillshare.com. Once you have 25 students, you start getting paid based on how many clicks you get. This woman was about to supplement her income during maternity leave by teaching calligraphy. It's a win-win for teachers. It's kind of fun. Reporter: And students alike. Linsey Davis, ABC news, new York.

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