http://changeisnear.com - There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of ways to make money online.
All of these ways are derivatives of two basic ways, which are selling your own products & services, and selling other people’s products & services. Each has their advantages and disadvantages, and I personally do a little of both. Today’s post is basically to show you a few of my favorite places to work online. I do offer web services and have my own websites to make money as well, but now we will focus on other places I go to make even more money.
Here are the top five places I do a lot of my online work:
Examine all of the ways your home business appears in the marketplace and be sure you have a consistent message and presentation. Whether it is your business cards, web site or social media business page, keeping your messaging professional and synchronized helps you promote your business appropriately and clearly across multiple channels.
1) Microworkers (Paid To Do Short Tasks)
This is a place to make a little bit of money quick. You get paid to do random tasks online like tweeting, blogging, reviewing, signing up, etc. This isn’t a place where you will make a fortune, but you can make an extra $50-$100 a month if you complete most of the tasks available to you. The great thing about Micro Workers is that most of the tasks take between 1 minute and 10 minutes to complete so it’s easy to accumulate cash and you can do it during slow times or when you take a break from your regular activities.
2) Fiverr (Create Five Dollar Gigs)
Attracting clients to your home business is integral to its success. Social media because of its popularity can be a critical medium for advertising and marketing your business. Your business should have its Social Media feed. You can also find creative ways to market your business on websites like Reddit and Digg. Finally, since you are working from home and likely using the same computers for both personal and business use, make sure to keep the accounts separate!
TIP! Put a business signature on the bottom of your email. You send out tens, if not hundreds, of email each day to clients, potential customers, family and friends.
Fiverr is the marketplace for $5 gigs, basically you get to list things you would do for $5. It’s free to join and list, they get a $1 commission on each one of your sales, so you pocket $4 for each gig you sell. Gigs range from social marketing, web design, audio and video services, to even more complex things, some even weird. If you can find a good balance between a solid gig people will want to pay five bucks for and the amount of time it takes you to do the gig, then you can make some decent cash here.
3) Social Media (Paid to Tweet, Share on Facebook)
You can find people to pay you to tweet to your Twitter followers or share with your Facebook friends, or even easier than that you can just tweet and share affiliate links to different products a