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5 High-Paying Digital Marketing Jobs That You Can Do From Home

Do you want to get a high-paying digital marketing job without ever going to the office? Today I’m going to break down five high-paying digital marketing jobs that you can do from home.

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Today I’m going to break down five jobs you can do at home. And best of all, if you don’t know how to do them, I’m going to give you a course that teaches you how to do each and every single one of them. So let’s get started.

Number one, copywriting. Top earners’ average salary, $130,000. Now keep in mind you’re probably not going to earn the top earner salary from day one, but it’s something to work towards for the future. So where can you learn it? There’s a free copywriting course by Neville Madora and it’s a really good course that’s worth checking out.

There’s also a quick course on effective website copywriting by Conversion XL, also known as CXL. And here’s the cool thing with the CXL course. Conversion XL’s all about copywriting for conversion. It’s one thing to write copy that people would just read. It’s even better to write copy that people want to read and then go and make a purchase from. If you can do that as a copywriter, that’s how you’re going to get to the upper levels of payment or salary as a copywriter.

Number two, search engine optimization manager. The top earners’ average salary is $98,000. It can be less, it can be more depending on where you’re starting off. And you’re probably wondering, hey, where can I learn SEO? And keep in mind when you start learning SEO, it doesn’t mean that you’re going to be a manager from day one but it’s something you can work up to.

I have an SEO course on the site. Just go to and click on SEO unlocked. And this course will teach you all the basics of SEO and even some of the advanced lessons as well. And each video lesson is short, to the point, and it’s free. Three, data scientists. Top earners’ average salary is anywhere from 120,000 to $130,000.

And if you’re wondering what a data scientist is, it’s all about computing data and taking that data and then figuring out what actionable decisions a company should be making. And that’s really important. If you can look at data, you can analyze it, but you don’t know what decisions they should be making you’re not as valuable. So that’s a really key point and you’re probably wondering, hey, where do I learn it? Well, there’s an introduction to data science by Metis. You should check it out.

There’s also data science MicroMasters by UC San Diego at EDX. There’s also CS 109 data science by Harvard. And there’s applied data science with Python specializations by UMich at Coursera. And you can check out any one of the courses. You know you may like one better than the other. Harvard is always a good name, especially when you’re putting on a resume. So check that one out as well.

The next one is an email marketing manager. There’s a saying in email marketing, the money’s in the list. You know companies like Amazon, companies like Overstock make so much money from emails. So it’s a very important channel. Top earners’ average salary $110,000.

And the last, you know, a role that you can do from home that pays quite well is a content marketing manager. Top earners’ average salary is $115,000 and you could end up learning it at content marketing unlocked at And with the training courses, I mentioned at on email marketing, content SEO. I also give worksheets, handouts, and lessons and they’re all for free.

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The State of Software Engineer Salaries

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00:00 – intro
00:25 – software engineer salary baselines
02:58 – factors that determine software engineer salaries
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Software engineer and computer science salaries have the reputation of being relatively high compared to other career paths. But how true is that stereotype?

First it’s important to establish a few salary baselines. Some useful baselines to compare computer science salaries to are both the median household income, as well as the average salary of those with a bachelor’s degree (as I’m going to assume most software engineers only have a bachelor’s degree). Additionally, according to the CNBC article below, computer science students in 2021 were expected to have a significantly higher starting salary out of college than non computer science students. Therefore, there is definitely data that supports this software engineer high salary stereotype.

But what factors go into determining these cs salaries?
One of the main factors is simply location. Many tech companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook have their headquarters in large metropolitan hubs. And these metropolitan hubs usually have a high cost-of-living. Therefore, these tech companies need to increase their average employee salary to account for this high cost-of-living.

Another factor in high software engineer salaries is the fact that these tech companies make a ton of money. 7 of the top 10 companies in the US with the highest market cap, are tech companies.

Additionally, software developer job growth between 2020 and 2030 is quite optimistic (20%). That combined with a relatively low supply and a high demand, will also cause an increase to the average salary of software engineers, and those studying computer science in general.

Lastly, software developers and computer scientists have broad applicability. In the modern era, most companies need at least a few employees to maintain their website/databases/payments etc.

Now all of these factors are purely based on my opinion, so take everything with a grain of salt. And not everyone should study computer science, as differing perspectives in society are usually always beneficial!

Comment down below why you think software engineer salaries are high!

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What are your Salary Expectations? | Best Answer (from former CEO)

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