5 ways you can make a little extra cash online
Times are tough when the 9 to 5 just isn’t paying enough, but fear not, that extra bit of wonga will fingers crossed come flowing in with a little help from the list below:
- Online Tutoring
Some people will pay any price to see that their little darlings can recite the alphabet as fast backwards as they can forwards. And this is where you come in, finally that GCSE in chemistry will come in handy as you set up Skype to teach a 12 year old what a Bunsen burner look like (or not – safety first). You can start tutoring by putting your adverts up in around your local area or online. Examples include Skooli and Tutor Hunt
- Sell your old sh*t
Those textbooks from uni didn’t come cheap, so atleast make some of the money back by flogging them on Ebay or Amazon. Why not sell other belongings, perhaps furniture you had at uni but have now trailed back to the parents e.g. lamps, side tables, desks. Everything but the kitchen sink basically!
- E-book Narrator
If you fancy serenading the world to sleep with your dulcet tones, why not read them their bedtime story through E-books. Check out Audible for example for more detail into this money-making opportunity.
- Online Surveys
They may be boring to fill out at times but less so when it comes with a price. Sometimes rewarded in money and other times vouchers, there’s a chance that you won’t go empty handed when companies need your vital opinion. Sites include I-say and Populuslive.
If your social media is gaining quite the following, companies may sponsor you to advertise a specific product or service of theirs. Unlike the other options above, this money making method may take time but it’s not impossible to get a really high -paying sponsorship which may even mean you could leave that 9 to 5 (fingers crossed)!
We all know money doesn’t grow on trees, yet I do hope that these 5 tips of mine helps your bank account grow nonetheless. Happy money making!
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