Ten years ago, colleges and universities were hiring a lot of online adjunct professors. Then two authors wrote a book that made it seem like it was easy to make over 100k teaching online, which caused thousands of professors to apply for a limited number of these jobs. Today, there are a glut of applicants, which is opposite of what the job market was like 10 years ago. As a result, online teaching loads have increased, online pay has gone down, and schools are more selective in their hiring process. Also, most schools require a minimum of three years of online teaching experience, which makes it even harder to get hired in a glutted market, especially if you have no online experience. Recommendations: keep trying and be persistent.