Thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, we’re staring down the barrel of potential periods of self-isolation—so why not earn a little extra dough in between Netflix binges? We’ve rounded up all the ways you can earn money online.
Paid Online Surveys
We know, we know, you’ve tried this before and didn’t earn much beyond a few confusing ‘credits’ that could barely buy you a pack of chewing gum. We hear ya. But, PureProfile is a 100% legit site that actually pays in in real cash money for answering surveys. You can cash out once you’ve earned $20, too, so it won’t be too long before you’re seeing a return on your efforts.
Know your way around the Adobe Creative Suite? Like writing? Dab hand at logo design? Whizz at admin? You could pick up online work through sites like Upwork, Fiverr and even Airtasker, and earn real money from your couch. Set up your profile and start applying now.
Been dreaming of setting up that side hustle but never quite found the time? Now is your chance to get that idea off the ground. You can build amazing websites on a budget using Wix or Squarespace, and start nutting out your offering ready to rake in the dollars.
Love to create? Whether you make bracelets, paint portraits or design motivational quote cards, list your creations on Etsy and turn a profit on your passion pursuits.
Sell Your Skillz
Got mad skillz the world needs to know about? Whether you know all about shutter speed and aperture or you’re a pro at coding, you can make and sell your own courses on sites like Udemy and Skillshare. Spend your isolation time locking down your modules, and then hit record. You can earn money for every student who enrolls—plus, high quality courses can provide solid passive income for their creators.
Sell Your Stuff
You know it’s dire straits when you’re forced to clear out your wardrobe for fun—but at least you can make some money from it. List your items on sites like Facebook Marketplace, eBay and Depop with well-lit photos and detailed descriptions packed with search terms, and watch your profits roll in.
Now you’ve earned some extra dough, delve deeper into your spending habits and get on top of your money with these 7 apps that’ll help you get on top of your cash.
Emma is a finance blogger at The Broke Generation and a reformed spendaholic. Emma shares hot tips on saving, property, tax, career and investing for millennials who want to break the spending cycle and get on top of their money.
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