Who doesn’t want to work from home to make extra income? Many of the online jobs pay monthly or bi-monthly. Most people that want to earn a little side income want/need to get paid weekly.
There are companies out there that will pay you weekly and even daily. Most of these jobs only require you to work part times in your spare time. Several of these companies have you complete small task such as proofreading, data entry, writing, surveys, reviews, and more.
Jobs like these you work in your free time and can make extra income weekly to help add more money to your bank account.
See below for my top 10 legitimate jobs you can work from home in your spare time and get paid weekly.
Sawgbucks is an extremely popular rewards site that allows you to sign up and earn points called SBs. There are several ways to earn these but the most popular ways are; shop online, watch videos, completing surveys, and using their search engine.
Swagbucks is one of the fastest ways to earn rewards that convert into cash. It’s fast and free to sign up. The company has an A- rating with the Better Business Bureau so it’s not a scam, but a legitimate place to earn points that you can turn into gift cards or cash payments to you PayPal accounts which takes 3-4 days to process.
If you are looking for a no hassle, work when you want to online location to make quick money, then Swagbucks is a place you are definitely going to want to check out.
2. Test Smartphone Apps and Websites
Do you love to play on your phone or surf the net? Why not get paid to do so? There are several platforms out there that pay user to do just that.
For 15 to 20 minutes worth of testing, these platforms pay and average of $10 for each test you complete.
In most case these site pay you immediately after a successful test or weekly. So are you ready to start testing?
Sites that will pay you to test Apps and Websites
- TryMyUI – Make up to $10 for a successful test. Most test last approximately 20 minutes.
- uTest – You can earn $10 to $50 for each accepted test.
- WhatUsersDo – Earn up to $10 for each successful test.
- User Testing – Earn $10 per test. There are options for live testing to make up to $30 per test.
There are several sites that are dedicated to this type of format. Most test can be completed in 16-20 minutes and earn you up to $10 per successful test. So if you are able to complete three test in an hour you have just earned $30 and hour.
If you were able to put in 20 hours a week you could possibly make over $2000 monthly testing Apps an d websites. So now when your significant other is yelling at you to get off your phone or computer you could show him or her that you are actually making money.
Do you want to take surveys and give your opinions and get paid? Then OpinionCity is the place for you.
OpinionCity is your one-stop-shop for different survey sites. The website will take you to the highest paid survey sites. Once you complete your registration you can start browsing, take surveys and start earning.
OpinionCity will connect you to surveys that pay up to $100. Trustpilot rated the site 4/5 and it is quickly becoming a favorite of survey takers.
5. Teaching English as a Second Language Online
Have you heard about people that teach English as a second language online? It’s true, there is a need for English speaking adults to tutor students from foreign countries the nuances of the English language.
If you meet the qualifications lined out by the companies that make this offer then you could earn $25-$50 per hours teaching English as a second language.
There are a few qualifications you will need to meet to be able to do this type of work;
- You must be 18 years or older
- You will need a computer/laptop and a high-speed connection
- A Skype account
- Eperience or Degree (this isn’t for all companies
- Paypal account
- English is your first language.
Here are a few of the websites that hire you to teach English as a second language;
This is just a small sample of the site out there. Do a quick Google search and you will find dozens similar t these.
6. Freelance Writing
Do you enjoy writing? If so there are people out there that will buy your work. Do you think all bloggers write every post on their sites? You could help bloggers add meaningful content to blogs and get p[aid for your work.
Freelance writing is a big industry and one in which you can ear a full-time job doing so. With and increasing demand and more blogs going up daily this is a great opproyunity to write and get paid.
If you are a newbie then you can expect to get paid $50 per an 800-1000 word article. Once you have developed a reputation and you become and expert writer with good reviews you could earn $500-$1000 for those same 800-1000 word articles.
To become a successful freelance writer you will need a few things to get going. First chose the niche you want to be an expert in. Secondly write sample articles on your niche to show potential customers your style. Finally build a portfolio that you can show your articles, reviews, services and customer ratings.
Like with any business you will need to promote your articles to potential customers. Post your articles on social media, then create a blog or landing page that will bring viewers to see the complete article. Tell your friends, let them read away and help promote your work. Reach out to bloggers directly in the niche you want to become and expert writer in.
Sign up for platforms that you can showcase your works and actually put them up for sale. Platforms like Fiverr, Freelancer, UpWork, and many more allow people to showcase and sell their services and get rated.
7. Proofreading and Editing
If you like to read and you feel you can be good at being the grammar police then this is a niche for you to earn extra income. You need to be able to spot grammatical errors and typos while reading other people content.
Many companies will only accept people with degrees, so you may be required to submit your degree before you can become a proofreader. Once you are accepted you can earn $20-$30 (on average) or more on and hourly basis.
You will want to promote you proofreading skills just as you would with freelance writing.
Chegg is an extremely popular platform where you can buy or sell school books as well as tutor or find tutors.
To become a tutor for Chegg you will need a degree and you must pass a test on the subject you have chosen to teach.
Once you have done this you can earn up to $20 per hours teaching students in the subject matter you have been accepted for.
Just as the name may suggest. TranscribeMe hires people to perform transcription jobs. These jobs are paid weekly through PayPal and you can make up to $20 per hour.
10. Sell Pictures
Do you like to take random pictures> Do you have the skills to know what makes a good picture and how to crop it just right? If so then this may be a niche for you.
Many people are out there looking for stock photos. Many of these people will pay to get them. As with freelance writing one you prove your skill you can earn a full-time income from this.
You will need more than your smartphone, so if you don’t have professional camera you will need to get one.
Once you have taken you pictures you can go to places like Shutterstock, BigStock, iStockPhoto, and Alamy to sell your picture to would be customers.
These samples are just the tip of the iceberg to the potential of making money online and being paid weekly. I recommend you do your research and see what best fits you.
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