Many people want to earn money online. Making money online is becoming more and more the norm these days. There are so many ways to make a bit of extra cash – some are well known (for example, eBay and Gumtree) and others less so. This post is focusing on those sites in which you don’t need to sell anything or pay anything upfront.
Personally, I’m not a fan of schemes in which you have to pay something upfront. I know some people do gain success via those methods, such as direct selling and props to you if it works for you. However, I’m just going to be looking at sites that are free to sign up to or join.
Ways to earn money online
1. Completing surveys
Surveys are a great way to make a bit of extra money. OK, you’re not going to become rich overnight or at all with this method but a little bit each month adds up. I’ve done a few surveys in the past, though I don’t do as many these days as I just don’t have time. A few that I would recommend are:
* Pinecone – possibly the best survey site as you earn £3 per survey. On the flip side, its very difficult to get become a member and you dont seem to get many surveys (at least from my personal experience). Try this link to sign up.
*Global Test Market – I’ve only recently signed up to this site but I’ve read quite a few good reviews on it. You can sign up here.
*Opinion Outpost – Get paid cash for completing surveys with a low minimum cash out. You can sign up here.
*Onepoll – you need to earn £40 before you can cash out but it soon adds up. You can find out more here.
2. Freelancing sites
If you’re good at writing, admin, web design, selling then consider selling your services via a freelancing site. The mains ones I use are:
*People per hour
I’ll be writing a post on these soon with lots more information about how you can get started!
3. Web evaluation
You can check out my post here on the best companies for applying to be a web evaluator. Though the job is quite difficult, its decent pay and part time hours.
Get paid to test websites and earn £££. Utest is a crowdsourcing platform and you need to be approved before you can start earning money. I’m yet to sign up, so I’ll let you all know how I get on.
5. What users do
What users do is where you review websites for cash. You need an up to date browser and a microphone in order to do the work. You also need a paypal account to be paid. It’s around £8 per website review depending on the task. You can sign up here.