Using Fiverr is a great way to pick up work. Once you have signed up you can advertise your services. Fiver allows you to create your own gigs, whether you are offering web design, digital marketing, writing, or something else. You can choose how much you want to charge (it can be more than a fiver) and people will then contact you if they are interested in working with you. Fiverr will not only help you get experience if you are just starting off as a freelancer, it will also help you earn some extra cash.
I don’t want this to sound critical. I’m just letting you know the pressure I work under to make this all work. I have children who will never qualify for social security disability. They will never live independently. One is 22, and one is 8. I will always, until my 8-yo dies, need to support 3 people at least. Retirement is not in my future. Any buck I get means that maybe someday my kids will be homeless one day less.
Essentially, the company behind Initiative Q is being suspiciously secretive and using a lot of shady tactics to promote early adoption. Very little information is provided on the company itself, with the only thing I've managed to verify being the fact that it's founded by a man called Saar Wilf, who also founded Fraud Sciences (made fraud protection software now intergrated with PayPal), and claims to have founded fifteen other unnamed startups. I didn't look closely at this company when I signed up, but now that I have I'm going to err on the side of caution and avoid it. Looking at their site, only one of their four listed reasons you should join is a good one, and even then it's only because of the artificially scarcity they're creating. I'll outline their points below:
Don’t overshare. If you’re asked to give your Social Security number, bank account number or driver’s license number, leave the survey. Velasquez recommends being “intentional” with sharing other private information with survey sites. Answering questions about a TV commercial probably is fine, but giving medical information may not be worth the risk.
Of the dozens of available programs online, there is a clear third choice. E-Poll provides a convenient online forum for you to express your opinions on a variety of issues that affect our daily lives. E-poll's goal is to give users an effective tool to project their voice through interactive surveys. Earn valuable reward points that can be converted to cash or traded in for gift cards and other exciting stuff. Sign up today to become an E-Poll member.
If you're looking to make money by completing surveys online – this site will not be very helpful for you. Like the previous sites, they will take, retain, and sell your information to anyone that waves a dollar in their faces. UNLIKE previous sites reviewed, they hide their consent for that information. It's buried. So not only do you make silly reward points that don't translate to cash but every third party service and product solicitor has your personal information.
They often expect you to commit to working a certain number of hours per week, which is generally part-time. They will pay you an hourly salary for that work, so it is really more of an at home job situation than it is in an entrepreneurial way to make money online. Still, if you want to get involved in political activity, and you have the time and motivation, this could be a way to monetize that passion.
Graphic design is an amazing skill that works with several money making ideas. You can go the print on demand route and sell your designs on your own custom products. Or you can pitch your designs on a crowdsource platform like 99 Designs. You can create your own graphics, templates and more and sell them on marketplaces like Graphic River or Creative Market. Or you can pick up some clients and work as a freelance graphic artist.
The times I have invested vary greatly, from one or two hours a day to well over 12 hours a day. I average somewhere around $6.25 an hour (admittedly never giving it 100% attention), but to me that is better than making nothing an hour. While it may seem excessive some days, I actually enjoy making money and I do some of it while I am at my day job, so it has become more of a time filler than actual work. Everyone will have their own experience but these are what have worked the best for me, either in time investment or having a little fun along the way.
Respondent.io ($1,300): This site allows users to screen for online or in-person surveys and focus groups. The pay is amazing, easily averaging $125 per test. I only average getting approved for the groups about 10% of the time (I have filled out about 200 screeners and have been selected for 20 studies). Thankfully, each screener only takes me a few minutes to fill out. I have made up to $200 with one hour of work doing an in person focus group. Most focus groups are done through webcam, so you don't even have to leave your house. They payout via PayPal 7 days after the activity is complete. www.respondent.io
I don't know shit myself to be honest but I know quite a few people that make money doing binary options/stocks/cryptocurrency. It's not easy but especially crypto you could really make a lot of money in quite easily. Those 3 are also not dependent on others like selling stuff. But you could also buy stuff from China and sell it online, think about stuff that's from China, gets sold here for significantly more, and what alot of people want (for example vapes).