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Nine (9) esteemed websites to help you to obtain Extra cash Online

Mechanical Turk

Amazon runs it. Anyone can sign up and complete all Simple Tasks – Like choosing which of two pictures depicts a bridge — to earn a few cents per task. With some practice, you can make a few dollars an hour while watching television on your couch. And with enough focus, you can earn an amount brutally equal to minimum wage. 

 YouTube

It allows anyone to post Un-explicit videos on any topic they desire. Recording a video can be as simple as turning on the camera on your computer and hitting the record button. If you enable advertisements on your videos, you can earn money about $1 to $3 per 1,000 video views. The more videos you have, the more pictures you can accrue, so this option pays off if you record a lot of videos and build a viewership

Zirtual

It perhaps the most time-consuming but most rewarding option. With this, you sign up to be a Zirtual Assistant to a busy person. The person will send you things to do, such as writing emails, researching a topic, Condense the findings, or personal tasks such as order flowers, managing an own calendar, or writing handwritten notes. The starting base pay is $11 an hour, and Zirtual Assistants work weekdays full time. 

Skillshare

It is a website where you can teach an online class and get paid for it. You record a series of videos on a topic that you know about — popular subjects include crafts, film, fashion, and cooking — and then participate in the Skillshare forums related to your class. In exchange, you receive a cut of the money from the people who take your course. 

Fiverr

Fiverr is a website where you can make $5 doing almost anything. On the site, people upload jobs that they’re willing to do for $5, like writing Facebook posts for companies. Many jobs require creative skills such as graphic design or audio editing, but tasks are things you can easily do on the couch in your spare time.

SwagBucks

 It perhaps the most popular — and most authorized — of the online survey sites. Swagbucks pays you a small amount for participating in a consumer survey, which companies then use to figure out what kinds of products to make and sell. You can participate in several surveys a day, and Swagbucks earnings can be redeemed for gift cards from Amazon, Target, iTunes, and more. 

Fotolia

It allows you to sell photos you’ve taken for stock photography usage. For example, if a publisher is looking for a picture of a beach and uploads such an image, then the publisher can use Fotolia to purchase the rights to use that picture in its publication and receive a cut of that money. For a photography hobbyist, this is a great way to earn a few dollars for some of your best photos.

Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing

 It allows anyone who has written a book on their own to upload it to Amazon to be sold on Amazon Kindle devices. Let’s say you write a novel and want to sell it. If you upload it here and then promote it online through social media or blogs, you can sell copies of your book and earn as much as a 70 (Seventy) percent return on each sale.

eLance

It allows people in almost any profession to find freelance work at home in their spare time. While the projects on eLance are not going to earn you a ton of money, they do provide a great way to build an independent portfolio to show off your skills while also creating a network of clients.

All of these websites offer great opportunities for anyone to earn some extra money online.  It all depends on what you want to bring to the table in terms of time, money, and effort.

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