Many years ago, we lived in a manufacturing economy. Almost everyone worked in some sort of job making “stuff,” either in a factory or in their own business.
After World War II, however, this switched to a consumer-driven economy.
Traditional media, especially television, glorified this consumer economy, urging us to buy, buy, and buy some more.
During this time, people started shifting away from physical labor to service jobs where they did something for someone and were paid for it.
Once the internet arrived, though, we entered what you might call a knowledge economy.
Technology did away with many traditional jobs, especially in manufacturing (and many types of services as well). The age of the creator was born, a time when people made money by marketing their skills, hobbies, and interests online.
The creator economy is built around highly-motivated, skilled, and creative individuals that have started their own brand, business, or community using a digital platform to share their work.
It consists of people whose hobbies, passions and interests are highly monetizable.
Creators produce videos, blog posts, photographs, artwork, audio content, and other digital assets.
Best of all, the creator economy provides flexibility that puts you in full control: it can be a side-hustle or a full-time job. The choice is yours.
But how exactly does this creator economy work and how can you capitalize on it?
We’ll cover all of that and more in this special report.