7 Ways To Make Money Online!
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Most ‘earn cash from home’ ads are cons. Yet if you’ve a computer or smartphone, there’s a host of small ways to boost your coffers. Dedicated MoneySavers earn £1,000s a year from their sofa, often with no special skill needed.
This guide lists 35 (legit) ways to make money online — including six brand-new ones. You can get paid just to watch videos, write, search on Google, make your own YouTube clips and much more.
Before you become an online earner, there are a few things worth knowing. The key is while some of these sites pay small amounts, add them all together and it can turn into an annual bonanza of £1,000s.
Swagbucks* is a fun survey site that pays you for completing short online tasks in virtual cash — you can then exchange this for real money, Paypal credits or gift cards to spend at Amazon, M&S and more. The site’s huge in America, and here in the UK many MSE forumites are dedicated users.
Tasks include filling in polls, watching videos and searching using its page instead of Google. Advertisers pay Swagbucks to publicise their wares or do market research, and the site passes a cut to you. The more dedicated you are, the more you earn, though every task pays a different amount.
Willing to give views on Justin Bieber, washing-up liquid or whether we should quit the EU? If so, it’s possible to earn £100s a year, without any special skill or talent.
It’s all about stashing cash by filling in online surveys. All you have to do is sign up, wait for survey alerts to land in your inbox, then zip through the questions.
Polls are often fun. You get to vent about everything from video games to your sex life. For a full rundown of the top 20 free sites, plus tips to max your income, see the Online Survey Sites guide.
It’s possible to get paid hard cash just for searching the web with Qmee*. It just involves downloading an add-on that sits on your internet browser. You then search online as you normally would on Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Bing and Tesco.
Qmee will show extra results or adverts alongside normal search results (see picture). Some firms pay Qmee to appear in these ads, and Qmee gives you a cut of the cash. If the Qmee result interests you, click it and you’ll earn a few pence, usually 7–15p.
Earn hard cash for fun tasks Gift Hunter Club
Online earning site Gift Hunter Club doles out points for watching videos, doing polls, entering competitions and completing other easy tasks.
You can convert these into cash through PayPal, Amazon vouchers and more. Just sign up and check the ‘earn points’ section. It shows the tasks available and what they pay.
Get paid to watch videosMaximiles
It’s possible to earn high street vouchers just for watching videos though Maximiles. Clips are short adverts, for example, Andrex promos or Cheryl Cole videos.
New vids come up every day, so visit often, plus forumites post the latest ones in the Maximiles thread. One thing to watch out for: make sure you’re logged in when you rate the videos, or you won’t get points.
You can cash in points for gift vouchers. For example, 6,750 Maximiles can get you a £25 John Lewis voucher.
Get paid to watch videos, search & moreGift Hulk
Many MoneySavers are fans. You get paid in Hulk Coins, which you then convert into rewards including Amazon vouchers (make sure you select vouchers in GBP, rather than US dollars).
Enter contests as a cash-boosting hobbyUse our 40+ insider comping tips
From cars to £20,000 cash, five-star USA holidays to £10,000 of Tesco gift cards, MoneySavers have won it all. It’s all about ‘comping’, a potentially profitable online hobby for the lucky.
Comping’s about systematically sourcing and entering hundreds of the right contests. Committed forumites use web gadgets to fill in forms at speed, answer questions and come up with tie-breakers. There are also tricks to enter TV premium phone comps free via the web. For full help, see our 40+ Insider Comping Tips.
Check out the forum’s Competitions Time board, a reciprocal community of devoted compers. The idea is you post contests and cheer others when they win.