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Ten easy ways to make an extra $100 a week online

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Making extra money doesn’t have to be complicated.

Here are 10 ways you can easily make extra cash online.

Thanks to the pandemic, most things online have been accelerated. There are plenty of easy ways to bring in extra cash while you at home. Find more information here.

1. Market research

Researchers all over are looking for applicants to participate in polls and scientific studies.

Prolific is a site that you can go on and answer questions, surveys, and studies to get paid.

There are a variety of surveys that range from scientific studies to new products and public opinion. Some take minutes or hours, but there are longer multi-part studies.

You get to pick what you participate in. Most studies pay a minimum of $6.50 an hour. You can cash via your PayPal account.

2. Site tester

Website owners and big brands are looking for feedback and will pay you for it. UserTesting is a great place to start.

You visit a website and then complete a set of tasks and give your feedback and then you earn money.

Site testers can earn up to $60 per test. There are web and mobile platform tests.

3. Fulfillment By Amazon

If you sell a product or are creating one Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) may be a good option for you.

FBA is where businesses or people with products to sell can send them to an Amazon fulfillment center and Amazon will handle receiving, packing, shipping, customer service, and returns.

This option can be a side hustle or a full-time commitment. In order to make money on this platform:

  • Create an account
  • List your product
  • Send the product to a fulfillment center
  • Create your shipping plan, print Amazon shipment ID labels
  • Send the shipments to Amazon fulfillment centers
  • Customers buy the product on Amazon

This may require some start-up funds but could earn you up to $10,000 a month.

4. Online surveys

You can also get paid to take surveys. Survey Junkie is one website that will pay you for your opinion.

You’ll need to build a profile on their website so that they can match you to surveys. You can take surveys or participate in focus groups.

If you’ve started a survey and don’t like it you aren’t obligated to complete it. However, you’ll only get the money listed if you complete the survey.

Tis site uses a points system. The points can be redeemed for cash via PayPal or e-Giftcards.

5. List writing

Listverse will pay you for each numbered list you make. You can get $100 to write numbered lists and get paid via PayPal if it gets published.

There are rules and general guidelines for submissions, which you can find here.

6. Shop online

If you shop online, using a website like Rakuten could make you some money.

You can earn cash back, get deals, and shopping rewards on a variety of products and services from 3,500 stores.

When using the Rakuten app or online, select a store and shop. You can get a payment every three months via check or through PayPal.

Creating an account will earn you an immediate $10 cash back.

7. Transcribe audio

Sites like Rev and SpeechPad will pay you to transcribe audio. You can get paid twice a week and there are no minimum required hours.

SpeechPad bases their pay per minute of audio or video. There are lots of factors that impact the per minute pay. Priority, audio quality, and language are just a few factors that could influence pay.

Transcriber pay starts at 25 cents to $2.50 per minute. Translator pay starts at $2 and goes up to $5 per minute.

Rev pays in multiple ways, so be sure to check their site for more earning potential.

8. Blog

If you love to travel and write you could consider starting a blog. The most profitable bloggers make between $5,000 and $10,000 a month.

Blogging offers lots of freedom and control as you can write where and when you want. Most sites are free unless you want a specific domain name.

By far the most beneficial way of earning money by blogging is affiliate and referral marketing.

To not be confused, the main difference between the two is that the referral programs are more personal since you need to be using the product, service, or app of the brand.

As an example, we can take the referral program offered by Honeygain. You can earn consistent and continuous referral profits as long as you and the person you brought are both using the app.

If you have a substantial amount of readers it would be a good time to apply affiliate and referral marketing monetization strategies to your blog.

9. Start a newsletter

This is similar to blogging. Creating a paid newsletter is a good way to earn extra income.

Depending on what you are sharing, you could charge between $5 and $100 or more a month. Sites like Memberful or Substack can help you get started.

10. Teach English

Lingoda is a company that teaches English and other languages to students worldwide.

Two years of professional teaching experience, a laptop, and strong wifi connection are all requirements.

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