50 ideas for making extra money

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50 ideas for making extra money

50 ideas for making extra money
If you're looking for a few side options to make some extra money, you're likely to come across a lot of strategies and opportunities to make some money. The main thing to understand is that you don't need to be highly qualified and skilled to get started. Anyone can make a little money.

It doesn't matter where you're from or what you're used to doing to make money. The Internet today can provide us with many opportunities to fund your account. Today the whole world is on the Internet, and the main thing is to know how to properly use the opportunities that it gives us. You can get the opportunity to make money even if you are in dire circumstances in life.

Some of the listed earning options will help you earn by spending only half an hour of your time, and some will require you to be fully employed. The main thing is that you should relate all these options to your life and choose the most suitable method that perfectly suits your professionalism and skills. 

1. Selling goods on eBay

This is one of the most tried and old methods for making money - selling your stuff on eBay (or you can use Craigslist). Any of your old stuff (furniture, collectibles, appliances). All of these things may be needed by someone else, even if you yourself think they are old and no one will buy them. Don't just throw away old things, try to sell them. If you enjoy the process and the money you get, you might want to do it more professionally, or sell other people's stuff to get a commission. The whole point of selling on sites like this is to take good pictures, combine them with a description, and you're good!

2. Second-hand phones on Gazelle

If you have an old smartphone that you don't use, why not sell it on Gazelle? Sure, it won't be the maximum price, but that money could very well help you get rid of credit, and even out your financial situation a bit.

3. Working at Uber

Consider working as a driver for Uber. It's fairly easy and convenient, as you can either unplug or plug in at the touch of a button. That way, you can work whenever you want.

4. Delivery of goods

Just like with Uber, you can start your job with PostMates and you will choose your own convenient time to work. The pay may not be the biggest, but you have the opportunity to get a tip. If you live in a densely populated city, it's a really good earning opportunity.

5. Renting a vacant apartment (Airbnb)

Airbnb is a great way to make extra money with your extra space. If you have a spare room and need the money, you can check a guest in and get paid 24 hours after they check in. In this way, you are insured against possible problems or fraud attempts. If you have a vacant house, it can even become your main source of income.

6. Social media management for small businesses

Many small organizations need their own content manager. These companies simply don't have enough time, experience or resources to keep up with their media. Take on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You'll gain valuable experience working with large organizations and coveted money.

7. Questions at JustAnswer

Sites like JustAnswer can pay you just for answering some questions. If you are a professional in any field (law, IT, medicine) then you will only get paid for answering some questions of other people and helping them gain new experiences.

8. Services on Fiverr

You can earn quite serious sums on Fiverr. You can sell almost anything you want, but if you want to really succeed on this plaform - you need to supply quality and valuable goods.

9. A small job at Mechanical Turk

Amazon has its own platform - Mechanical Turk - it's unlikely to make you rich, but if you want to take a small job that can make you money, why not. If you can devote a few of your minutes to one small task, you can end up with the kind of money that will turn out to be serious at some point in your life.

10. Skype tutoring

If you have any professional knowledge, try tutoring people. No matter where you live, it's convenient because you can work from anywhere in the world. All you need is the professional knowledge and language of the person who is going to learn from you.

11. Part-time work

You need money, but you already have a full-time job. Perhaps you do not feel comfortable working online, or you have not found a job you are interested in. Then try a part-time job. Of course, you will have to sacrifice a lot of free time and you will be seriously tired, but it really is a guaranteed source of income, if you really need it.

12. Blog

It's going to take some time for you to start making money from your blog. But if you start a blog and write a lot of valuable information in it from day one, you'll have a chance to create an attractive platform for making a permanent, passive income. You can create your blog without spending too much of your time. All you have to do is write articles a few hours a week and publish them regularly. Sooner or later people will find you on their own, but if you are not satisfied with natural growth, you can try to promote your blog.

13. Online Course

Udemy and Teachable are platforms where you have the opportunity to create your own online course. Use the most of your skills to create an informative course that can generate income for you. If your course is truly valuable to people, word of mouth will spread by itself.

14. Sales with ClickFunnels

Not everyone can build a working sales funnel that converts correctly. It requires substantial marketing and technical knowledge. ClickFunnels, however, provides you with such an opportunity. Bring your sales to automaticity thanks to this platform.

15. E-Book

An e-book is quite an interesting option for passive income. Get to know CreateSpace and KDB (both from Amazon) and start distributing your own ebook. There's also the option to distribute it in paperback and it will only make you money when someone orders it. You won't have to spend money to find a publisher or invest your personal finances for printing.

16. Audiobook

Audible and iTunes will give you their platform to sell their audiobooks. If you already have a good idea for a book and have some skills and knowledge that you can share (accounting, stock trading, investing) - why not? If you have the right volume of audiobooks, you can easily make a five-figure monthly income.

17. Personal Chef

Do you make good food and enjoy cooking? Then try becoming a chef and turn your hobby into a regular income. You can become someone's personal chef. Try advertising your services on your Instagram page, or create your own website. Also, if you have start-up capital, try advertising your services on specialized platforms.

18. Mystery shopping

A lot of companies are constantly on the lookout for mystery shoppers. This is a job that involves documenting the experience of communicating with the sellers of the organization. You can do this either in-store or online. There are many organizations that search for mystery shoppers, or you can contact the company directly and offer your services.

19. Walking pets

Anyone can walk a dog. If you live where there are a lot of dogs - then try to advertise your services through leaflets. Set your price and start working with clients. Sooner or later you will have a steady list of people who want to work with you.

20. Babysitting

You can start a full-time or part-time babysitting job if you want to make money. There are many sites for this, but the most basic ones are SitterCity and Care.com. Try posting an ad on your social media page, maybe someone you know needs your service.

21. House cleaning

House cleaning is something that people will almost always need. There are many homeowners who don't have time to clean, or they rent out their property and need your services. Use HouseKeeper.com to find your clients.

22. Marketing Focus Groups

Companies always need focus groups to know their customers' reactions to services, advertising and their products. You don't need much time or skill to participate in such a part-time job.

23. Garage Sale

If you want to make some money while getting rid of the junk you don't need, consider having a garage sale. Maybe you have kids who have grown up and you have a lot of unwanted toys left over, or you have tools left over from repairs. These things are unlikely to be useful to you, and other people are willing to give their money for them. Place an ad on Craislist, or use flyers to find buyers.

24. Youtube educational videos

Of course, this is not the fastest way to make money, but if you have a talent for storytelling and can share your skills, Youtube can give you the opportunity to earn a good income. Use marketing strategies if you want to sell something to your viewers.

25. Technical services on Upwork

Upwork is not a bad platform for web and graphic designers. At the same time, the platform presents earning opportunities for lawyers, accountants and many other professionals. It will take some time to get promoted because you will be competing with professionals just like you.

26. Logos on 99Designs

If you are good at Photoshop and have artistic skills, the 99Designs website can give you the opportunity to compete for designs and logos. Of course, if your design is not selected as a winner, you won't get paid. Therefore, you need to constantly improve in order to make good money.

27. Personal shopper

If you live in a big city with a lot of rich people, you may have a demand for a personal shopper. Explore online resources like ThumbTack to find people who will need your services.

28. TaskRabbit

This platform allows you to earn extra money from small tasks, such as assembling furniture or loading it. After registering, you will be vetted and ready to work through this resource.

29. Selling on Etsy

If you're good with your hands and can create small crafts, try selling them on Etsy. It's probably the biggest website for selling such things. You can also sell some digital goods there.

30. Teaching a language

If you have a good knowledge of other languages, you can communicate with people, and you can teach them, then try teaching a language. You can even teach English to foreign students. Perhaps you yourself are in another country, and then it will be even easier for you to advertise your services.

31. Washing cars

In upscale neighborhoods, car washing is considered quite lucrative and a business that will always find customers. Hand out flyers, or promote yourself through social networks.

32. Pet grooming service

It is desirable that you have an equipped van in which you can groom your pets. Of course, you will have to invest first, but this business can pay for itself quite quickly.

33. A food truck

This is also an option that will require initial start-up capital, but it is a business that people will always need. Over time, it will only grow. The key is to choose the right location and kitchen. Analyze what people always like in your area and start offering your services.

34. Freelance Copywriter

Write for other people. If you love doing it, why not try making money from your hobby? You can tie it into your blog, or start writing for some famous author as a ghostwriter. Upwork and Freelancer can help you find this kind of work.

35. Personal training

There are many people today who want to keep track of their physique. Find those who you can help achieve their goals. Make a workout and nutrition plan for them. After you are successful, they can start advertising you to their friends and acquaintances.

36. Music Lessons

Perhaps you have the skills to play some kind of musical instrument. In that case, try teaching people from your neighborhood. Use your acquaintances, perhaps some of them want to learn to play the guitar or piano, or teach their child.

37. Email Marketing

Email marketing is one of the oldest and most profitable online marketing strategies. However, if you want to make close contact with your customers, you need to work hard and effectively.

38. Write a resume

If you have good resume writing skills, sign up on LinkedIn to provide your services. Do a couple of free resumes to get great reviews, and then watch your client count grow.

39. Movie Statistician

If you are in one of the major cities, which are most often filmed (London, New York, Los Angeles) then try yourself as an extra. It's not much money, but it's unlikely to require you to have serious skills.

40. Reducing your own expenses

Saving money is the best way to make them. Learn how to properly cut your expenses and get rid of unnecessary spending. How much money do you spend on things you don't use? Think about giving up your daily cup of coffee for five dollars and at the end of the month when you check your balance - you'll be pleasantly surprised.

41. GoFundMe page

Sometimes you can find people on the Internet who are really willing to help for nothing. Promote your abilities, your social media page, and maybe you will find people for whom your story will be close.

42. Selling your hair

Do you have great long hair? Why not sell some of your hair to get some money? The HairSellOn website can help you do just that.

43. Looking after real estate

Become a professional housekeeper and take care of the properties of people who can't do it themselves because they are on vacation or live in another home. Care.com and HouseSitter.com can help you find clients.

44. Teaching Driving Lessons

Are you great at driving? Why not get a license that allows you to teach other people? Place an ad online, or look for jobs that require a driving instructor.

45. Local Guide

If you live in a place with a lot of tourists, becoming a local tour guide might be a good option. You can work for free for a while, and at the end of the tour ask people to recommend you and leave a tip. This will attract more clients who want to explore your country.

46. Virtual assistant

Virtual assistants today can make really big money, but it is important that you are disciplined and have plenty of free time.

47. Interior decorating

Perhaps you have a natural talent for designing interiors? If you feel that you want to work as a designer, you will be able to find many clients who will need your services. The Houzz website will help you in your search.

48. Selling on CafePress

Graphic designers can sell their work on CafePress. As a result, your images will be used for prints on t-shirts, cups, and you can get a nice commission if these things sell.

49. LendingClub

If you have initial capital that you're willing to invest - then try this platform for investing your money in a wide variety of organizations. The risk is calculated thanks to special algorithms, and the bigger it is, the stronger your potential earnings increase.

50. Apps for smartphone

If you are not bad at programming, then try your hand at developing applications for smartphones. Of course, this option will require a lot of knowledge and effort from you, but if you approach the business correctly, it can bring you a huge income.

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