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15 Ways to Make Money Online Today!

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Today, there are a ton of ways to make money online.  Depending on the time you have available, or the skillset you own, there is an option out there that’s just right for you.  Here are 15 ideas we love that range from classic to brand new!

The Classics — With Some Very Cool Updates

UBER

You know about UBER, like, duh! If you want to be a driver, UBER can’t be beaten for a super-easy way to make money in your spare time. But we bet you didn’t know about UBER Events   Say you’re having a party and you want your guests to get there and back, safely. In a few seconds, you can create custom invites and ride passes. Next, distribute ride passes to your guests by sharing your custom ride pass link or promo code. Throw the party of the century — and be worry-free knowing your guests will travel in style and safely—no matter how late the event goes.

Lyft

Lyft, the UBER alternative, is growing in popularity. Plenty of drivers sign on for both. Shh! We won’t tell if you want to do that. Among the unique money-making tools Lyft offers is delivering for Taco Bell.

Airbnb

To list your home for others to can be a bit scary.  Thanks to Airbnb’s Co-Host option you’ll be able to list homes, rentals, whatever property you may have and have concierge service, so you don’t have to worry about the logistics.

Meet The New Kids in Town!

These super-hot online companies range from new-ish to newest! Check it out!

Upwork

It’s the number one place to be a freelancer online.  This is true online work, and expect to be managed if you have skills to be put to use.  Works can be ranging from large scale projects to simple edits of websites or documents.

Instacart

Like Grocery Shopping?  Shop on behalf of customers and deliver them promptly through this app.  You’ll be able to earn tips as well.

Fiverr

Another freelancing site, with a catch.  Mostly everything you do is sold for $5.  Sure, you could charge more for your services, but the most popular vendors appear to be consistent with pricing.

Sittercity

People will always have children, and with that, daycare will also be a necessity.  Sittercity is considered a top online destination for those who are seeking babysitter or daycare related positions.  Be sure to have your background checked and experience regarded as a top deciding factor.

Outdoorsy

Have an RV that you like to use a lot but have times where it is not being used?  Try this service that acts as an “Airbnb” of RV rentals.  Boasting an already decent selection of RV’s you’ll be a part of a community that is growing in size and demand.  Own camping ground? Try Hipcamp.com

Decluttr

If you are the person that likes to hold on to certain things like cell phones, video games, CDs, books, or more you may like Decluttr.  The site acts as a one stop place to get rid of old possessions and offers you cash in doing so.  No having to deal with pesky auction fees or shipping, they’ll make sure shipping is free and convenient.

Rover

Like Dogs and have some experience taking care of them? Rover is the solution for you!  You’ll be placed in a directory of dog walkers, dog boarders, and dog communicators when you sign up for the service.  Rover has recently bought DogVacay, another dog boarding service so that these guys will be around for quite a while.

TranscribeMe 

Have a decent grasp of the English language and have a decent typing speed?  TranscribeMe offers work for those with downtime and the time to learn about transcribing.  It’s not for everyone and does require you to pass a test to proceed.

Thumbtack and Porch

Repairman, Plumber, AC, or another type of home improvement specialist?  You should consider adding yourself to the directories of these two sites with a vast array of clients looking to find the best quotes in your area.  Thumbtack offers more service options like Disc Jockeys and Photographers, whereas Porch is more focused on the home improvement arena.

HelloTech and Puls

Are you a techie, computer geek, or phone guy?  HelloTech is an on demand tech repair app that connects clients with geeks.  The demand is low for workers in some areas, but if you have the skills, you should look into it as there could be an opportunity to make real money for your knowledge.  Puls, formerly known as Cellsavers, is an alternative that has a similar business model but focuses on Cell Phone repair along with TV Mount and Smart Home setup.

HealthTap

If you are a doctor with extra time or looking for a rare opportunity for remote work, HealthTap is a great option.  Essentially you video or text with your patients to find out symptoms and provide the diagnosis for their ailments.  Therapist?  Try Talkspace.com

JustAnswer

Are you a lawyer, or someone that people seem to seek out advice?  JustAnswer has a great platform that pays you for each answer you provide for questions.  If you have experience with Yahoo! Answers, you’ll be right at home with JustAnswer.

 

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  1. April 7, 2017

    Just started a blog as a way to express my interest in finance but also potentially eventually generate some income. I’m definitely expecting to be at the $0.00/hr income for quite awhile!
    Solid list of ideas and best of luck with the site!

    1. April 7, 2017

      Thanks Sean! I try to write as if the reader might not have enough time to read a huge article listing 100+ ideas…this list is real and you can get started today. Good luck with your site as well.

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