Today I'm going to show you the easiest five ways to make money online straight away.
Now keep in mind, this is not supposed to be a long-term thing, this is going to be so you can make $1,000, $2,000 in a month or two, save up to start something else that's more passive and you can earn more doing.
These are smaller things you can do to build up the initial investment of however much you need if you're going after selling on Amazon or you want a course or you want to do something completely different. So this is not supposed to be long term. This is supposed to be small ways you can make money relatively easy and fast.
So all of these, you don't need any skill sets. Anyone can do them. You can do it from anywhere as long as you're online.
So let's jump into this...
Number 1: Usertesting.com.
Now what this is, is you get paid to test out apps, websites, and try different things. You go to a website, an app, and it asks you to complete a couple tasks just to make sure it's working.
So you're just testing all of these out looking for bugs, and then you tell them. “Oh, this worked, this didn't.” And then you get paid $10. So it's relatively simple, you just sign up and you can apply to different ones and get approved. So if you do three of these a day, you get $30 a day and you're going to make $1,000 in one month from doing it. So this, in my opinion, is the easiest way. Anyone can do this. Now again, this is not meant to be long term. Right here, you're trading your time for money. You're getting paid $10 every 20 minutes. Now obviously, it'll probably take a little more time. But an hour, two hours a day for $1,000 a month, especially starting out with no real skillset, is pretty good in my opinion.
Number 2: Clickworker.
What this is, is it's a bunch of random small tasks that people like myself or business owners or really anyone would want someone like you to do. So they don't wanna take the time to do small things. So an example of some of the jobs they show is create text, organize data, copyediting, proofreading, web research, doing surveys, a bunch of different things. Now the pay is not amazing, but again, we're trying to save up the initial $1,000 in a month. So it's relatively easy. This is for if you're someone who actually worked for them. But it's not amazing pay. The first way, again, will be the best in my opinion. But it's something to add up, so if you add all five of these together, you can probably make 2,000 or $3,000 in a month working three, four hours a day, which again, is the goal. We're trying to save up to start a kinda real business or one that's more passive and not trade our time for money. But this, again, anything really, you don't need any skills to do any of these.
Number 3: Slicethepie.
Now what this is, is you get paid to listen to music and give your opinion. You give feedback on tracks, clothing, and it goes directly to kinda artists and the labels. And you get paid to do that. Now again, the pay is a little smaller. But to listen to music, if you're doing it in the background while doing something else, and then just give your feedback, easy $10, $20, $30 a day, plus if you're adding to this the one of testing the apps and other things, you can make I'd say $100 to $200 a day doing all these.
Number 4: Amazon Mechanical Turk.
Amazon has a list of tons of little tasks such as typing things out, proofreading, making sure things really work in their sites and everything's going well. So you can get paid, again, small amounts for this one. It's kinda like number two what I was talking about, but it's through Amazon, and there's tons and tons of tasks, so you'll never run out if you want to do them. So it's kind of the same thing where you're going to organize some data, categorize items, give feedback, create and moderate content. Super simple, no skills needed. It's through Amazon, so you know it's legit. Pay is not crazy, but for a minute of your time, you can get $1,50. So it adds up, again.
Number 5: Ebay
The last thing, which a lot of people think about, but they don't actually do and know the potential of, is selling your stuff on eBay that you have or don't want. I did this... I went around the house, literally looked through every single thing I own about two years ago, and found a couple things, not a lot, and ended up making $800 in one month. This would be the very first thing I'd want you guys to do. You can make the most, it's the least amount of work, and you have this stuff laying around already that you're not using, so it's free money right there. So go set up eBay, it's free, and list some stuff you don't want. Even if it's $5, $10, you list 10 things and your goal's at $1,000, you're a 10th of the way there. So it's not a lot of work, it's very simple and easy, and the stuff's already available in your house now. If you don't have any of those, use these other methods.
I hope I gave you guys some new ideas now. You do also have your online surveys and other things, but those only get you gift cards and whatnot. So I wanted to try and get a different variety here and just show you guys a bunch of different ways you can make a little bit of money online, but it adds up over a month or two, in order to go start something else.
So I want to hammer on this point. This is not meant to be long term. Don't get comfortable making $1,000 or $2,000 and not going to push for that bigger business. This isn't going to be sustainable, you can't grow this much. You're trading your time for money. We want to start a business where it's more passive. We can grow not just dependent on how much work we're putting in, but the value we're adding and other factors like that.
Hope this was helpful.
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