- Personal Finance
How to Make Money Online From Home in One Easy Step
I bet you're skeptical...I know I was, too.
Okay, this won't make you rich. I want to start with that. I'm not going to promise you the moon and then fail to deliver. I will tell you exactly what I've done and how much money I make. It's actually quite easy and you can do it in your free time.
Step 1: Go to Mturk.com
Mturk.com is the one website you will use to make money. All you have to do is log in with your Amazon account, and if you don't have one, just make one. From there you should set up your Amazon payments account, so you can get paid for your work.
So, what is Mturk all about?
Basically, it's people (requesters) paying other people (workers, or you) to do work. It's usually work that computers are not able to do. Mostly what you'll encounter is surveys about various topics and tasks where you classify things or search for things. It can really vary to just about anything.
Step 2: Do some HITs (tasks)
This one is easy. Finish some tasks. There are many that pay $1.00 per task. Finish them quickly and you can earn over $10 per day at minimum. The actual payment for these HITs will be paid based on when the requester gets around to it. Most pay within 7 days, so it's not so much of an issue.
Step 3: Make money!
So, you will now be paid for your tasks. The amount of money you make is based on how much you work. I average about $10 per day, but that's with only an hour of effort or so. You can easily make over $20. If you do the math on that...$10 per day equals out to $300 per month and double that for $20 per day. That's not too bad for a small effort each day.
Step 4: Bask in your own glory!
It's really as simple as that. Go to the website, sign up, do some tasks, and make money. Bam, you're done. You've successfully made money for doing very little. Not to mention, you are usually helping some college complete a survey for some research they are doing. Doesn't that just make you feel all warm inside? You're helping people and making money...That's a win / win if I've ever seen one.