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The Best Ways to Make Money Online for Anyone

Updated on July 13, 2018

Write An Article

Ironically, this is one of the reasons I began writing articles online; if you have an interest in writing or always had good literacy skills during your education then perhaps writing articles should become your new passion.

Not only can you write articles on any topic imaginable, get feedback from others with similar interests, but you can also make money through ads or the websites themselves.

Websites you can use for article writing:

Hubpages.com - using google adsense and amazon product links; you can earn money through advertising on your articles. The more people that like your articles and read them, the more money you can make!

Strongwhispers.com - email them the outline of your article, submit your article and earn money for every article which they publish.

iWriter.com - make articles and if they approve, you will be paid.

Tutoring

Tutoring is probably the most consistent, easiest and most lucrative way of making money online.

There are many people out there that will pay good money to be tutored in a specific subject. You can either tutor online through skype, or just advertise your tutoring online.

You will need to make a good profile, address why you should be considered as the consumer's tutor and set a good rate of pay for both you and the person you will be tutoring.

The Best Websites to become a Tutor:

Tutorean - This site is the simplest to create a profile. It allows you to approach people, or them to approach you. Make sure you advertise yourself well, get good reviews and make more money!

Superprof - Similarly to Tutorean, it is very simple to start advertising yourself and create a profile. The only problem is that you cannot approach the people who want tutoring, so you must make your profile as attractive as possible to get customers.


Online Poker

This is aimed at people of ages 18+ and with money that they can lose. Online poker can have huge impacts on your personal economy. Do not attempt to play with too large stakes as 30% of poker is luck whilst 70% is skill.

If you think you would have an interest in poker then initially you should try to learn about the game, watch professionals, learn strategies and then attempt to play with small stakes.

Make sure you have a bankroll which can allow you to lose sometimes. Make sure you do not rely solely on online poker until you get good at the game.

You will definitely lose money some of the time; to make money in online poker, you have to consistently win more than you lose.

Recommended online poker sites:

Pokerstars - This is the largest poker site; there are more good players but also more bad players. You should look to begin with this and also do not forget to look at promotions for bonus money!

Partypoker - This is another great poker site as there are many small stake tournaments and cash games to start building your bankroll.

888Poker - This is a small poker site but runs small tournaments with large prize pools.


Surveys

Personally, whenever I have tried to find ways to make money online; I always come across surveys which take a lot of time and give out little profit.

However, there are some sites which if you have a lot of free time, really do help generate that extra income online.

Some Survey Sites which are popular for a reason:

Swagbucks - These surveys really do not take long at all. Once you build up enough swagbucks you not only can get cash, but also earn gifts, vouchers and raffle tickets.

Panel Opinion - The best aspect of this survey site is that you only need to make £10 to be able to withdraw cash. Very simple way of making that extra bit of money.

Crowdology - Another site with low cashout thresholds and surveys are simple and short.

Freelancing

Freelancers are becoming more and more common; people will do "projects" or jobs for other people who are in need of assistance.

For example, if you are good at writing and people need to write an essay; then you can write the essay for them and they will pay you. Someone could need a video to be edited, if you have experience in editing, then they can pay you for that project.

Freelancing is easy, particularly if you have no other employment; as you can meet deadlines for projects with no stress.

Freelancing websites:

Freelancer.com - There are thousands and thousands of projects to choose from. You can bid for a project which you would be able to do and find the pay attractive. If they choose you, then you will be paid. The more projects you do, the more likely your bid will be chosen. You only have a certain number of free bids every few days, so choose wisely. If you are being chosen frequently, then you can get a membership and have unlimited bids. There are a lot of highly paid projects to do.

Fiverr.com - People will post projects and will pay you to do them. You can also advertise yourself for any jobs you think you would be able to do. Then people will come to you if they need you for that specific job you have advertised.


© 2018 Aaron

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