How to make money online and offline

how to make money online/offline

 

Make money with a side gig and learn how long it will take to see the extra income, whether it’s freelancing online, driving passengers, or selling your stuff on the market place.

You need extra money, but you’re not sure where to start (or what’s legit). Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We rounded up 20 legitimate ways to earn some extra income — at home or outside and around — and listed each option based on how fast you can get started and get paid. While most people prefer fast cash, don’t discount the “slow” gigs, as they may pay more in the long run.

21 ways to make money online and offline.

Some of these suggestions may not be working successfully, Due to coronavirus spreading in 2020 and 2021.

1. Work at Financial Education Services (FES) as Agent.

Financial Education Services, is a Multi-level Marketing company, specializing in credit restoration, credit monitoring, Budgeting, etc. FES not only strives to help clients improve their situations but also educate potential and current clients on how to improve their overall financial literacy.

When you work as an Agent, you can refer agent or client that need help with their credit score and get paid. Learn More About This Opportunity.

 2. Sell your gently used clothes

Selling clothes you no longer wear is a quick way to make some money. Start with local consignment shops for faster cash or use sites like OfferUp and Poshmark to find buyers. If you go the online route, be sure to take clear, well-lit photos of your pieces and research similar items to set competitive prices. Get tips on how to sell your clothing.

Total time: Fast

3. Trade in old phones, electronics for cash

Have an old phone, iPad, or gaming system lying around? Sell it on a site like Swappa or Gazelle. Check out Amazon’s trade-in program, which pays participants in Amazon gift cards — and eBay, too. If you’re in a rush, try an ecoATM kiosk, which offers cash on the spot for your device.

Total time: Fast

4. Drive for Uber, Lyft

Join Uber or Lyft (or both) and earn money by driving passengers around. Just don’t forget to factor in gas and maintenance costs. You need an eligible car in good condition and must agree to a background check and a review of your driving history.

Total time: Fast

Requirements
Your own car and valid driver’s license.

JOIN FOR FREE

5. Make deliveries for Amazon, Uber Eats

Take advantage of the growing delivery trend and sign up for a service like Instacart, Uber Eats, Postmates, DoorDash, or Amazon Flex. You get paid per delivery, in most cases, and can even earn tips. A car isn’t always required — Postmates and, in some cities, DoorDash, lets you use a bike or scooter to make deliveries. However, a background check almost always is part of the deal.

Total time: Fast

Requirements: Need Transportations.

6. Become a dog walker or dog sitter

Love dogs? Consider becoming a dog walker. Apps like Wag! and Rover offer on-demand dog walking, so you can pick up walks when your schedule allows. If you have space (and your landlord’s permission, if you rent), you could offer overnight dog boarding.

Total time: Fast

Requirements: None

7. Get a babysitting gig

Everyone from college students to recent retirees can make money by watching other people’s children. Word-of-mouth referrals from friends and family are still a great way to get started, but you can also create a profile for free on Care.com or to expand your reach. Note any specialized skills, such as CPR certifications or experience with special needs children, to make yourself more marketable.

Total time: Fast

8. Find work as a housesitter.

If you’re willing to watch someone’s home — and maybe feed the pets, water the plants, and take out the garbage — become a housesitter. Tap your personal network for referrals or try out HouseSitter.com, which connects homeowners with housesitters. People often make $25 to $45 a day, according to the company’s website.

Total time: Fast

9. Pick up freelance work online

Websites such as Upwork, Fiverr, and Freelancer.com offer opportunities to do a variety of freelance jobs, such as writing, programming, design, marketing, data entry, and being a virtual assistant. Fluent in a second language? Check sites such as Gengo or One Hour Translation, or drum up business through a site of your own. No matter what kind of freelancing you do, keep track of the going rate for the kind of work you provide so you know if you’re charging too much or too little.

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10. Test websites and apps

Sites such as UserTesting.com will pay you for your thoughts on how well — or not so well — certain websites and apps worked. You’ll have to pass a short test to be accepted, then you’ll be paid $10 for each 20-minute test, which involves a recording and answering four follow-up written questions. Or you could earn up to $120 to participate in a video conversation with a customer after your test.

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11. Pick up tasks on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk

Even in the age of automation, some jobs still require a human touch. Companies often outsource those jobs via services like Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. As a “worker,” the tasks you’ll be assigned can be tedious — tagging images, transcribing videos, classifying receipts — and can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. Temporary employers or “requesters” set the price for each task and get to approve the finished product before paying you. That can leave room for scams, so do your research, and join a community like the MTurk Crowd forum, or the MTurk and Turker Nation subreddits, which can steer you away from shifty dealers. These communities and fellow “workers” can answer questions and give a realistic idea of how much money you can expect to make.

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12. List your spare bedroom on Airbnb

Making your home or spare bedroom available on vacation rental sites can provide a lucrative side income. Be prepared to spend some money to clean and keep up the property, replace home goods, and pay service fees. And scrutinize your rental agreement before you get started.

Total time: Medium

13. Rent out your car

City-dwellers often don’t use their cars for days or weeks at a time. That idle time can translate to money with services like Getaround and Turo, which let you rent out your car by the hour or day. You take home the majority of those earnings, while Getaround or Turo takes a cut for protecting your car while it’s being rented.

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14. Take surveys for money

You can generate a small side income taking online surveys, but don’t expect to be rolling in the dough. Survey sites don’t typically offer a big payoff, and many sites are more useful for earning gift cards than cash. Some of the more popular survey sites include Swagbucks and Survey Junkie. Read our analysis of a dozen survey sites to find out which one is best suited for you.

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15. Sell your photography

Turn your photographs into cash via sites like Fine Art America, which lets you upload your images to sell as prints, T-shirts, phone cases, and more. Other marketplaces for photographers include SmugMug, 500px, and PhotoShelter. Some sites require a subscription but may provide features ranging from cloud storage to password-protected galleries and a customized website.

Total time: Medium

16. Become a private tutor

Parlay your math, science, foreign-language, or test-prep expertise into a lucrative side gig by becoming a private tutor. You can tutor people online or in-person. What you charge can depend on your experience, expertise, and what’s in demand. To get started, see what types of tutors are needed on Craigslist or create a profile on sites like Tutor.com or Care.com. You can also advertise your services at local schools and community centers.

Total time: Medium

17. Make money from your blog as an affiliate

If you’re a blogger who gets decent traffic, you could make money by joining an affiliate network. Affiliates (that’s you) get paid when someone clicks through from the website to the partner site and buys something there. Some bloggers make a lot of money this way. Read more about affiliate marketing and other ways bloggers can make money.

Total time: Slow

18. Get advertising revenue from your blog or YouTube channel

Turn your cat videos into cash videos. If your YouTube videos or blog posts draw a big audience, you may be able to make money from advertising. With Google AdSense, businesses pay to advertise around your content. The service is free, but there are requirements you must meet.

Total time: Slow

19. Become an Instagram influencer

Companies are using Instagram influencers — people with large, dedicated followings on the platform — to rep their products. You can get in on the action by applying for opportunities via a marketing platform like Open Influence or FameBit, or by contacting the brands you want to work with.

Total time: Slow

20. Monetize your Twitch channel

Gaming can be a lucrative side gig once you build a steady following on Twitch, the go-to site for gamers. Broadcasters can receive donations from viewers, and even get a share of subscription and ad revenue if they reach Affiliate or Partner status.

Total time: Slow

21. Put your drone to work

The market for drones is expanding. Companies hire out work like aerial inspection, photography, and land mapping. So if you’re already a drone enthusiast, why not put your aircraft to work? You first need to register it with the Federal Aviation Administration and obtain certification from them for commercial use. Then, you can apply for gigs as a drone pilot.

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