I’m actually in a few of those survey sites but http://www.points2shop.com?ref=uin1419780958 is another one. In my opinion it has better payouts (and survey opportunities) than cash crate and inbox dollars with multiple ways to take out your money. Like most legit survey sites, it’s free. It won’t make you rich but it’s a little nice extra spending money :)
Focus on the surveys and offers at the top of the list. Here's a tip not many people know. CashCrate has a special algorithm that automatically selects the best surveys and offers and places them at the top of the list. There are several factors that go into determining which are the “best”, including payout, approval rate, and a variety of other factors. But all you need to know is that these surveys and offers are great, so you can do them in confidence!
Going away for a weekend? Have an extra bedroom you're not using? List it on Airbnb! To get started, list your entire home or room on the platform (include high-quality photos and a great description) and then go live. BTW, it's completely free to list your home on Airbnb! Once your home is listed, renters can view it online and book it for a certain amount of time. Guests are charged via the Airbnb platform before arrival, and the money (minus a 3 percent booking fee) is immediately deposited in your account, via PayPal, or international money wire. Some Airbnb hosts are earning thousands each month renting their home out via the platform.

You can also offer tutoring services from your home. Check with local schools and private instructors in your area. See if they have any struggling students who could benefit from some one-on-one assistance. You don’t have to be a teaching expert to help a first or second grader with reading and mathematics, but time-strapped parents will be grateful for the help.
Hi Neha! Hmmmm- on that one, I’m not sure? You’d probably have to check them each individually. Some will ask which country you’re from, so if there’s an option for India then they’d work. But I am going to guess that most are US/Canada? I’ve even heard some people in Canada having trouble finding as many that work for them. Good luck – I hope you find some to work for you though :)
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If you have a knack for organization, you can make money online as a virtual assistant helping people to keep their days in order. A virtual assistant will do everyinthing from bookkeeping to research, database entry, booking travel, and managing email. It can also be an awesome way to rub shoulders with some very important people, build up your professional network, and of course grow another stream of income. You can find great gigs on UpWork, Fiverr, Indeed, and Remote.co.
5. Fiverr – Fiverr is a great place to make a few bucks or spend a few bucks if you need some of the services people offer. Basically, everything is $5. You either pay $5 or charge $5. They call them “gigs.” You can offer your services however you choose. If you sell art and you’re fine selling pieces for $5 each, that’s a gig. If you’re a graphic designer and you want to offer your services for $10/hour, simply offer a 30 minute gig. If they need two hours of graphic design, they pay you $20, or $10/hour by buying four gigs.
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Hi Neha! Hmmmm- on that one, I’m not sure? You’d probably have to check them each individually. Some will ask which country you’re from, so if there’s an option for India then they’d work. But I am going to guess that most are US/Canada? I’ve even heard some people in Canada having trouble finding as many that work for them. Good luck – I hope you find some to work for you though :)
Find work. When you first start out, you may have to accept work writing about a topic you don’t find all that interesting. You must keep an open mind and be willing to accept work that may not be in your desired field. However, as you continue to write, you not only learn about more topics, but you also build your reputation. With time, you can be choosier about assignments you want to accept.[19]
Hi Meagan, OK I read all your article and it is full of info, thank you. I have a problem, when I fill out a survey form to apply they ask my age… not a big deal BUT I am 81 yrs old. I have all my marbles, not infirm ,do all my gardening myself and take care of husband, dog and house. So, after I have filled and sent the form off, I get a ‘not suitable for this survey’. My question is this, should I lie about my date of birth etc? am I totally redundant and without a meaningful opinion for these companies? Also the sites I visited they pay a mere pittance (25cents). I would appreciate your comments and help thank you.
I believe there’s never really full balance as a mom. Some days work gets more of my attention, sometimes my family, sometimes, my friends, sometimes the house…. But I make sure that when I am spending time with Abby I FULLY focus on her and give her my attention – that makes her more likely to be ok with the fact that sometimes mommy is working. I hate feeling like I’m neglecting her by not always playing with her, but if I worked outside the home I’d see her even less…

There’s an excellent chance that you have one or several musical instruments sitting in storage that haven’t been used in years. Perhaps it’s a leftover from when you were in school, or even from your days playing in a band. Whatever the reason that you have it, it’s probably worth money if you can sell it. Brand-new instruments are ridiculously expensive, so people often look to buy used equipment instead, particularly if they are novices.


I mystery shop. Adds some cash to our bank acct. The trick is not to spend more than you have to and can get reimbursed for and don’t drive too far away. Look for shops for grocery stores(u buy groceries anyway), banks, real estate etc. They also have some for hotels and casinos (tho watch those if u r pinching pennies). Restaurant shops are a good way to pay for a dinner out once in awhile. Only problem, some don’t pay for 30, 60 or 90 days so read the fine print. It’s an easy job but it does take a lot of time applying to different companies. For reputable companies to http://www.volition.com/mysterylist.asp. I’ve never had a bad experience with the companies there. Never pay A FEE to mystery shop or do merchandising. Good luck! When my daughter was in high school I shopped a teen clothing store, she had more clothes than she knew what to do with all free.
Opinion Outpost: They do surveys because businesses, governments, public bodies, and similar organizations are interested in the views and attitudes of the people who use their products and services. The more they know about what customers and citizens think, the easier it is for them to improve. So they reward you for your help with cash {get a check once you hit just $10}, gift cards, Amazon codes {which you can request once you get to only $5 bucks in earnings – sweet!}, and tons of awesome sweepstakes. Also check out Opinion Outpost Mobile, and Opinion Outpost Canada.
A website called AchieveMint gives you points for engaging in healthy activities, like exercise, tracking your eating habits, or even taking health related surveys. Points can be redeemed either for cash (10,000 points are worth $10) or for Amazon Gift Cards. The app actually connects with other health apps, like Fitbit and MyFitnessPal, to track your progress.
Hi! Meagan. Found your most colorful and helpful website and blog while “pinning” from pinterest. Always love to discover new sites from and for us women. Very helpful and educational. Subcribed to your site. I just recently started blogging myself. Since I am a “newbie” at all this stuff I still have plenty to learn. I most recently formed my own home business doing something I am told I am good at and I have a passion for which is creating slideshows for people to capture every occasion and event in their lives. I sync them to music of their choice and have already started bringing in a modest income from my area of where I live but am ready to take it to the worldwide web. I already have a facebook page set up with samples of my work. I would welcome your advice on my blog. It isn’t even a week old, it is createamomentslideshows.wordpress.com please take a look at it. It is a blank page except for my business name and slogan and I have a video advertising it, that I created myself. Thank you very much. Sincerely Julie at createamomentslideshows & children’s storybook DVDs. P.S. I also create children’s storybook DVDs from your child’s photos and formulate a short story around their interest, likes , or personality.
My next self-funded business hit $160,000 in revenue in its first year alone. After that first taste of self-made success, I’ve gone on to sign consulting contracts worth tens of thousands of dollars with startups like LinkedIn and Google, launch profitable online courses, and build a following of hundreds of thousands for this blog and my podcast series.
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