There are various ways to make money online. Some can be quite lucrative. Others will allow you to make a little money on the side. It’s actually easier to make money online than it is offline.
Here are 4 ways you can make money online.
On these sites, you sign up, complete your profile and find jobs. On Fiverr, rather than find jobs, employers find you. You don’t have to go through the process of finding jobs as opposed to most of the other sites.
There are freelancers making several thousand dollars per month, so I would highly recommend it as full-time income. If you prefer to stick with your day job, you can use it to earn additional income.
Make sure to order your Payoneer card. This will make receiving money easier. You can also use it as a debit card to withdraw funds and make purchases.
Clixsense is another way to make some money. It’s a pay to click (PTC) site that pays you for doing various tasks. You can do surveys and tasks called Figure Eight tasks.
They also have Cash Offers, where you get paid for trying new services and products, downloading apps and watching videos.
Tasks pay from one cent to two cents. Offers can vary a lot. Right now there are offers as much as five dollars.
You can probably make as much as ten dollars a day using Clixsense, so I would recommend it as a way of making a little extra money.
3. Online Surveys
Online surveys are another great way to make some extra income. Surveys can be found on Clixsense, but I’m currently also using a site called Paidviewpoint.
I find that with online surveys, the amount of surveys you’ll receive depends on your demographics.
Each survey on Paidviewpoint pays three cents. My suggestion would be for you to sign up with several of the larger survey sites. I can only vouch for Paidviewpoint, so do your research before signing up.
4. Writing articles
Writing articles are a great way to make money. It’s a form of freelancing, but freelancing sites aren’t the only way to get writing jobs.
Personally, I haven’t had any issues with writing for freelancing sites like some writers. Some say that it’s mainly content mills that use freelance sites. I will admit that one dollar per hundred words is very cheap, even for a newbie.
My suggestion would be, however, to use that low rate to gain some traction. When you’ve got a number of jobs and good reviews under your belt, look for higher paying gigs.
Also, when you’ve become more experienced, build a writer’s website and promote yourself. Start using job boards like Problogger. Elna Cain and Carol Tice have some good information for budding freelance writers. Check them out.
There are many other ways you can make money online. We’ll look at others in future blogs.