75 Ways To Make Money: Online, Offline & From Home

Ever looked for a quick and easy way to start making money but felt like there was nothing you could do? That’s just not true anymore. The internet has provided us with more ways to make money than we’ve ever had in the past.

It seems like almost every day, a new app or website is created with the sole purpose of helping us make or save more money in creative ways. Plus, the old-fashioned ways are still around too, there’s no shame in making some extra cash by babysitting, holding a garage sale, or doing odd jobs for your neighbors.

Whatever your schedule and your skills, there are numerous ways to make money without pursuing a conventional job.

75 Different Ways to Make Money in 2022

Here’s a complete list of ways to make money this year.

  1. Find Flexible Online Jobs
  2. Micro-Tasks
  3. Take Online Surveys
  4. Use a Browser Extension to Find Savings
  5. Cashback App
  6. Rewards Programs
  7. Product Testing
  8. Freelance Writing
  9. Teach English Online
  10. Blogging

Make Money Online

It’s easier than ever to make money online, here are some of the top ways to get started:

1. Find Flexible Online Jobs with Flexjobs

Flexjobs is an online job marketplace chock full of flexible jobs, and remote opportunities for those seeking both full-time and part-time work. With more than 27,000 jobs to choose from, you’re sure to find something that fits your interest and skill sets.

In fact, many types of jobs we list on this page can be found as remote or online opportunities through Flexjobs.

2. Micro-Tasks on Fiverr

An easy way to make some extra money is to start completing microtasks when you have some spare time.

You won’t make a fortune this way, but if you start to learn which tasks will make you the most money and how to complete them quickly it can be worthwhile Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (M Turk) is one of the biggest microtasks websites, along with Clickworker, or Fiverr.

3. Take Online Surveys

You’re never going to earn a fortune from completing surveys online, but putting in a few spare minutes every day can add up to a respectable amount over time. Swagbucks is one of the best survey websites out there, and they’ll give you a $20 bonus for signing up and completing several surveys, as well as the opportunity to earn more bonuses from referring friends.

SurveyJunkie and Branded Surveys are two popular websites as well.

4. Use a Browser Extension to Find Extra Savings

Capital One Shopping is a browser extension that will pop up whenever you visit online shopping stores with discount codes available, which means you won’t need to manually search again.

You can also set alerts for price drops and use the app in-store for savings while shopping.

Capital One Shopping compensates us when you sign up for Capital One Shopping using the links we provide.

5. Use a Cashback App

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as applying a coupon that saves you a ton of money or earning cashback points for a shop. It’s also easier than ever to achieve now that the days of cutting out coupons from newspapers are long gone.

A few popular cash back apps include Rakuten and Ibotta, which lets you earn cashback either from scanning receipts or shopping online.

6. Rewards Programs

MyPoints and InboxDollars both host rewards programs that pay you for completing tasks. The MyPoints Rewards program involves answering surveys, taking polls, watching videos, and many other online activities, while InboxDollars offers points for surveys, playing games, and watching videos.

Both offer methods for redeeming rewards for free amazon gift cards and other cash-out opportunities.

7. Product Testing

An easy way to make some extra money is to test products; you’ll usually need to complete a comprehensive survey or review. Be careful about which companies you sign up for; most will only give you free products in return for your time. However, there are a few sites that offer gift cards or money, such as Toluna.

8. Freelance Writing

Freelance content writers focus on writing blogs, articles, and other types of web content. This helps businesses to formulate a content marketing strategy and make their websites more appealing to search engines to gain leads.

If you’d like to start a blog, it could be worth taking up content writing jobs on the side whilst waiting for your blog to gain traction. As well as the usual freelancing websites mentioned, you can find work on job boards specifically for bloggers like BloggingPro.

There are numerous other ways to make money writing such as being a Copywriter, Technical Writer, or Ghost Writer.

9. Teach English Online

If you’re a native English speaker, why not put your language skills to good use by passing them on to others? Don’t worry if you don’t have any teaching experience; most websites will provide you with lesson plans. There are a few different platforms you can choose from depending on the type of students you’d prefer to have.

iTalki is typically for tutoring adults, VIPKid is specifically for students in China, Magic Ears is for teaching young children (aged 4-12).

10. Blogging

Is there a subject or topic you’re extremely knowledgeable about and enjoy enough to be able to write about it every day for years? If the answer to this question is yes, then starting a blog could be right for you.

It’s a slow journey to build up regular visitors and readers, but once you do it’s impossible to make significant sums of money. Through blogging, you can make money from placing adverts on your blog, placing affiliate links in your articles, selling digital products (like online courses), and selling services (like coaching).

11. Data Entry

Data entry is another job option that isn’t overly lucrative, but if you want an easy way to make some money easily in a non-stressful way then it could be something you consider. However, data entry appeals to lots of people so the jobs can be competitive. Axion Data Services, DionData Solutions, and DataPlus+ are three employers that regularly hire data entry clerks.

12. Transcribing

Transcription is similar to data entry, but instead of converting data from one source to another, you’ll be converting audio files into text. It’s therefore essential to be able to type quickly and accurately.

Some websites that hire transcriptionists are Scribie, Transcribe Me and Rev. Expect not to make much money at the start, but you’ll increase your earning power when you learn to type faster.

13. Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant, you’ll be completing all kinds of tasks for a company or individual that can be carried out online. It’s a good option if you want to be doing a wider variety of work without high barriers to entry. Possible tasks include scheduling, customer support, and administration.

14. Customer Service Agent

Customer service agents carry out similar work to virtual receptionists: both roles revolve around phone calls with customers. The main difference is that you’ll be helping customers with their queries instead of booking appointments. Hilton, Apple, and Amazon are among the companies looking for customer service reps.

15. Graphic Designer

Graphic design work is always in high demand on the internet. Whether it’s logos, posters, or other visuals, graphics are a key part of creating a brand and a marketing strategy. If you know your way around Adobe Creative Cloud or other professional software, you can make a steady side income by doing graphic design for companies.

Even if you’re not familiar with any professional graphic design service, you can still make some money by learning to create basic visuals on Canva.

16. Web Developer

Web developers are front-end developers use programming languages such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript to create pages for websites. They also need to optimize website performance.

17. Web Designer

Many people offer services in both web development and web design as a package, but it’s also possible to offer them separately. If your coding knowledge is limited but you understand what a website needs and have good design skills, you could still be a web designer.

Most web designers have some technical knowledge, but if you’d prefer to avoid this you can master drag-and-drop software such as Squarespace or Wix instead. Many companies are happy with basic websites made like this as it cuts down on costs.

18. Voiceover Artist

Every audiobook, advert with a narrator, and telephone greeting was narrated using a voiceover artist; this is a huge industry. If you’ve ever been complimented for having a nice or interesting voice, you could think about giving it a go. You can choose whether to be a freelancer or to sell your services through a website set up specifically to connect voiceover artists with clients.

Some of the popular ones are BunnyStudio, Voices.com, and Voice123.

19. Video Editing & Videography

Video is becoming an increasingly popular form of marketing and advertising, and many companies are setting up their own YouTube channels. Anyone who knows how to edit videos professionally can make money by selling this service. Popular software to use include

HitFilm Pro, or Adobe PremierePro. iMovie is available for Mac users. If you also have professional filming equipment you know how to use well, you can make even more money by becoming a videographer and offering the full video creation package.

20. Proofreading

For anyone who prides themselves on their spelling and grammar skills, proofreading could be a viable career option. Reading a text for errors might sound straightforward, but it can be hard to muster the concentration to spot small mistakes in a large piece of writing. As well as the usual freelancing sites, check JournalismJobs and MediaBistro for jobs.

21. Editing

Many people get confused between editing and proofreading; there are definitely similarities between the two, but they’re slightly different. Whilst proofreaders read through a finished piece and check there are no spelling or grammar errors, editors can also change the structure and direction of a piece.

For instance, editors could suggest cutting out an entire paragraph or restructuring sentences to create a richer narrative. However, the exact demands depend on the employers and some may demand more than others; sometimes a college degree in English is necessary.

22. Domain Selling

Having a good domain is an essential part of starting a successful online business, and many people are willing to pay a high price to have the domain they’ve set their hearts on. It’s possible to capitalize on this by buying domains for a low price that you think could be sold at a higher price later down the road. The problem is that it may take a while to be able to sell a domain you buy, so patience is key.

23. Etsy Store Owner

If you have the creativity and ability to make your own items, Etsy is a great place to go to sell them. You could sell jewelry, clothing, paintings, or anything; many people specialize in customized items or unofficial memorabilia that can’t be found anywhere else on the web. As long as you can get the raw materials for a low price and counter the costs of shipping, it’s possible to make a significant profit.

24. YouTuber

YouTube allows creators to become partners and earn ad revenue from their videos if they get a lot of views and watch time. The website is definitely past the early adapters stage; it’s becoming increasingly competitive to stand out as a new video creator.

Nonetheless, if you’re passionate about making videos and consistently putting out high-quality content then the algorithm will work in your favor eventually. Instead of relying solely on ad revenue, you can set up a Patreon account to supplement your income until you get more subscribers.

25. Podcaster

Lots of YouTubers use the audio content from their videos for podcasts too, which allows them to tap into a larger audience. You could also be a podcaster without starting a YouTube channel; certain types of content work particularly well for podcasts, such as interviews. Remember to make your content available on both Apple and Android devices, as well as Spotify, which is now optimized for podcasts.

Podcasting is relatively easy when working with a podcast host like Podbean (the one I use!) to monetize your podcast. This is because Podbean has a feature that you can sign up for free that lets them place small ads before and after your podcast.

26. Instagram Influencer

If you can grow your Instagram account to the point of having thousands of subscribers, it’s possible to monetize your account. Many brands look for Instagram influencers within their space to post adverts for their products; you could make thousands of dollars for a single post. It’s also possible to make money by including affiliate links in your posts.

But retaining the trust of your followers is important, so don’t go overboard with the adverts.

27. Social Media Management

Using social media effectively may be second nature to most Millennials and Gen Z-ers, but lots of companies struggle with maintaining active accounts. Even individuals who feel confident with using social might find it too time-consuming to actively grow their profile and outsource this job. Social media managers reply to messages, post regularly and interact with other users to grow their follower bases.

28. Social Media Consultancy

If you’re a social media whizz, you could go beyond a social media management gig and form a consultancy. Consultants are generally perceived as being credible, and starting a consultancy gives you the opportunity to expand into a business with employees rather than being a one-man show. As well as helping companies to manage their social accounts, you can give them advice on how to form a long-term social media strategy.

29. Marketing Automation

Another vital element of marketing and advertising is starting an effective email marketing strategy, which helps to retain customers and convert leads. Even if you don’t feel confident with using marketing automation software now, most services provide free resources and are reasonably straightforward to learn; once you become confident, it’s easy to position yourself as an expert.

Some of the most popular marketing automation services are Hubspot, Convertkit, and Mailchimp.

30. SEO Optimization

It’s very important for online businesses to rank highly in Google in order to receive the most page views and therefore clients, yet small businesses especially don’t realize that best practices must be implemented to rank well. Because of this, you’ll find you’re working from a blank slate, so once you learn the basics of search engine optimization you can make a huge difference in how websites perform.

31. SEO Consulting

Again, if you’re knowledgeable about SEO, you’d be better off starting an SEO consultancy rather than being a freelance search engine optimizer. This definitely brings more responsibility as companies will expect a higher standard, but if you’ve already built up experience then you should be ready.

SEO consultants help with editing metadata tags, creating a content marketing strategy, and finding the relevant keywords for a certain topic or niche.

32. Search Engine Evaluator

Search engine evaluation requires slightly more technical knowledge than website testing; you’ll need to be able to understand how search engines work. The website will give you some keywords to search for and you’ll have to be able to evaluate the results. Because the work is slightly more difficult, the pay is usually quite good. Some sites that frequently have openings for search engine evaluators are Appen, Lionbridge, and iSoftStone.

33. Course Creator

It’s possible to make a passive income from teaching by creating an online course. This requires a large time investment initially and it can be difficult to market your course, but once it’s made you can keep on earning.

Two of the most popular course creation websites are Udemy and Coursera. The former focuses on technological skills like coding (amongst other subjects), whilst the latter offers a much broader range of skills, from languages to piano playing.

34. Designer

You no longer need to be talent-spotted by a fancy company or invest in your own professional equipment to become a designer. Now you can upload your designs straight onto clothes, thanks to websites like Society6 and Cafepress.

You can upload your designs onto everything from phone cases to framed prints to T-shirts; for many people, this is more accessible than starting an Etsy shop straightaway and can act as a useful stepping stone to test market demand.

35. Online Therapist

Everyone knows that therapy is a highly-skilled and difficult profession, but not many people realize it’s moving online. If you’re a counselor, clinical psychologist or therapist that would prefer to work in their own home instead of a clinical setting or you’d just like to take on some extra gigs, you could be in luck.

Websites like BetterHelp and TalkSpace are revolutionizing the area by providing therapy appointments that take place entirely digitally by texting or video calls.

36. Test Websites

A more profitable option is to test websites rather than products. It might sound daunting if you’re not much of a technical whizz, but companies often prefer to recruit people who don’t feel as confident with technology since they represent a significant proportion of internet users. UserTesting claims you can earn up to $60 per test, whilst UTest offers $10 per test. That’s nothing to balk at.

37. Film Videos of Yourself Shopping

I know this may sound like a weird way to make money, but as long as showing your face in videos doesn’t bother you, you could make some money by signing up for Product Tube. It works similarly to survey websites except they extract consumer opinions from the videos instead. The films you have to record could include reviews in your home or the shopping experience in a supermarket.

The app claims that you can earn $50-80 worth of free gift cards per hour of effort, which is a lot more than survey websites.

38. Online Juror

To help prepare for real juries, trial versions are often run, and many of these are held online. A few of the sites you can sign up to are eJury and Online Verdict. However, there’s no guarantee you’ll get chosen, and you’ll need to be a US citizen for obvious reasons.

39. Join a Focus Group

FindFocusGroups and FocusGroup are two of the biggest websites for finding local focus groups. After registering, you’ll be invited to fill in surveys, and depending on your answers you may be invited to a focus group. Pay can be very high if you fit the right demographic, with some focus groups offering up to $100 an hour.

Make Money Offline

If you aren’t excited about using a computer all day, try out some of the best ways to make money offline:

40. Deliver Fast Food

Maybe the prospect of driving strangers around is too daunting to you, but delivering food sounds more manageable. In that case, you could join the ranks of gig economy workers who deliver food from popular restaurants, like Doordash or UberEATS.

You can choose whether you want to deliver by bicycle, motorcycle, or car, making this option more widely accessible.

41. Become A Grocery Shopper

Many people are physically unable or too busy to go grocery shopping for themselves and would prefer to outsource this basic task to those who have the time. If you fall into the latter category, you can become a grocery shopper on Instacart.

It might not be the most exciting job in the world, but it’s a nice and easy way to make money.

42. Rideshare Driving

Another gig economy staple is rideshare driving with Uber. The company may be facing trouble for not securing its drivers’ rights, but if all you’re looking for is to work for a few hours a week with a flexible schedule then Uber is a good bet.

You’ll be able to choose exactly when to work and how often you work, and if you enjoy driving and talking to new people then it could be a fun job for you. You can also try out driving for Lyft and maximize your profits.

43. Photographer

The value of photos is at an all-time high in today’s society, and the good part is you can get paid to take pictures. Whether it’s an engagement, pregnancy, or marriage, many people are demanding professional photography to mark the occasion.

If you have the equipment and skills to provide this service, you could pitch yourself as a freelance photographer. When you’re starting out clients may expect you to offer your work for free, especially if you know them personally, so be prepared to stand your ground.

You can also make a side income from selling stock photography on websites like Shutterstock.

44. Flip Items from Flea Markets

If you enjoy bargain-hunting, you could make money from finding undersold items in flea markets that could be sold for a larger amount elsewhere to make a profit. You’ll need an information advantage to make money, so it’s best to focus on a particular asset class you’re knowledgeable about. Bear in mind that attending flea markets can take a lot of time and there’s no guarantee of making a profit, but if it’s something you enjoy you could make money this way.

45. Consignor

A consignor collects unwanted possessions and pays their owners when customers pay them, making a profit from the commission charged. This could be a viable option if you have friends and family with lots of unwanted possessions but no time to sell them themselves. However, it can be difficult to scale up beyond close connections as the people who consign goods to you will need to trust you.

46. Event Staffing

Event staffing is a great job for people who like to be out and about; you’ll get paid for working at events like festivals, music gigs, and fairs. SnagAJob is a good job marketplace for finding this type of work, but you’ll also be able to find more conventional job contracts in your area. If you love music, check out our list of the best ways to get paid to listen to music.

47. Find Odd Jobs on Craigslist

Some people get nervous at the prospect of using Craigslist to look for work, but it’s almost always a safe experience. People post all kinds of job adverts on Craigslist, whether that’s long-term freelance work, a conventional contract, or a one-off cleaning job. A bonus is that you don’t need to worry about the normal worries of the gig economy – like bad reviews and commission being taken – since Craigslist doesn’t operate in that way.

48. Do Chores for People

An alternative to Craigslist is TaskRabbit, but the outcome is much the same. TaskRabbit matches ‘taskers’ with people who need things to be done. The site has a heavy focus on DIY and manual labor tasks, such as mounting a TV or assembling a desk – but there are also more basic jobs such as cleaning. You’ll set your rate and schedule, then people can book your services through the app.

49. Interior Design Consulting

Many people think they’re a dab hand at designing their own homes – are you confident enough in your abilities to offer your services to others too? It can be difficult to get started at interior design consulting since it’s heavily testimonial-based, but you could start by helping your friends out and hope for referrals.

50. Wedding Planning

Wedding planning is one of those jobs plenty of people dream of and others would find horrendous. Do you fit into the first category? It might not be as difficult as you think to make your dream a reality. Wedding planning doesn’t require any kind of official qualification and success mostly comes down to experience – so, if you’ve planned your own wedding, you already have experience. Leverage your network by letting past guests know you’re planning on starting your own business (assuming your wedding was reasonably recent), and see if anybody takes you up on the offer.

51. Be a Trainer for a Specific Sport

We all know that personal trainers are in high demand, but unless you’re a ripped gym bunny, it’s probably not a career option you’ve considered yourself. Yet sports coaching isn’t limited to this kind of standard fitness training; you could also coach for other sports, like golf or hockey. You might be more qualified than you realize if you’ve been playing a sport since your childhood, and there’s a big market for improving sport amongst children and their parents.

52. Event DJ

Not many people have a full DJ set lying around in the house, never mind know how to use one; if you’re one of the few that can tick both of those boxes, you probably already get regularly asked to DJ for parties free of charge. With just a touch of extra confidence, you could take that to the next level by charging for your services. You could start small with local weddings then build up to club nights or other big events.

53. Clinical Trials

Taking part in a clinical trial might not sound very appealing, but it’s certainly profitable – you can earn thousands of dollars for a few weeks for doing nothing at all. There’s not as much risk as you might think since, once a product reaches the clinical trial stage, it’s already passed multiple tests and is unlikely to be dangerous. But don’t just go in blindly: make sure you do your research about what the medicine being tested is. ClinicalTrials.gov has a database of thousands of trials; once you register your interest, you’ll need to attend a screening to ensure you’re a healthy candidate.

54. Become a Mystery Shopper

Mystery shoppers go to stores with a ‘secret mission’ to extract data whilst posing as normal shoppers. For example, they might go to a car dealer and take a test drive under the guise of wanting to purchase a car, when in reality they’re collecting information about the sales process. Pretending to buy goods might sound easy enough, but it can be uncomfortable; mystery shoppers are often asked to pose as difficult customers to see how customer service staff react.

Make Money from Home

If you want to stay at home and work online (majority of the online jobs listed you can do from home) or offline, here are some of the best ways to make money from home:

55. Store Peoples Stuff

You have space in your home or garage that sits empty, why not make some money from it? It can be the size of a closet or a spare room or an outdoor shed. Fortunately there is a service that makes this very easy. In New York City, they estimate a spare basement rental to generate almost $10,000 per year!

Neighbor’s Host Guarantee protects you up to $1,000,000 for personal liability and renter’s are eligible for up to $25,000 in case items are damaged during storage.

56. Airbnb

Making money from Airbnb was one of the original gig economy businesses and helped to change the way we view the things we own when we’re not using them. Not everyone is brave enough to rent out their whole house to a stranger, but even renting out the spare room can provide a big source of extra income. You might meet some interesting people and end up enjoying it.

57. Dog Walking

Getting paid to walk dogs might sound like a dream come true for a lot of people, but it’s possible to make some money by doing it. Many dog owners don’t always have the time to walk their own dogs, or they may need some extra help whilst they go on holiday. Rover is an app that lets you set your prices and offer additional services like doggy daycare, house sitting, and boarding.

58. Babysit

Babysitting is a classic job for teenagers to bring in a little extra pocket money, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it too. Even if you don’t have any friends or family with children you can babysit for, the gig economy is here to bring you together with people who need babysitters. Care.com is a website offering this.

59. Dropshipping

Dropshipping allows you to sell goods without ever having to hold a physical inventory of your products. A third party like Shopify will store and deliver the stock for you at the price of taking a commission. Your role is to list the items on your website at a price large enough for you to be able to make a profit after commission.

60. Bookkeeper

If you’re organized and good with numbers, you could consider taking up bookkeeping. It’s a service all businesses need when it comes to filing for taxes, and many small businesses or ‘solopreneurs’ need to outsource the service. The most successful freelance bookkeepers are those that have a history in the industry before freelancing as they already have a client base built up, but if you have a professional network from a different career you could leverage it to start budgeting.

61. Researcher

You might think that carrying out research using the internet is a basic skill, but it can be time-consuming so many companies prefer to outsource their research instead. Wonder hires individuals who can complete research assignments for clients and pays them by the hour. To get approved, you must pass a reading comprehension test and then complete a practice assignment successfully. You’ll receive $50 for completing their training as well as money from future assignments.

62. Translation

In a globalized world, many businesses are looking to reach people from different regions who speak different languages. If you’re bilingual or even multilingual, you can use your language skills to help companies translate their content. The general recommendation is to only translate from your second language(s) into your native tongue, so it’s often more profitable to translate from another language into English than vice versa.

63. Tutor

If you like the idea of teaching but you’d prefer to focus on another subject, you could become a tutor instead. The better your academic credentials the higher the rate you’ll be able to charge, but anyone with an academic background can become a tutor. Chegg facilitates online tutoring in a variety of subjects via video call, with a similar format to the English teaching websites. Studypool focuses on homework help: students post questions they need help with and offer a price for the answer, which will vary depending on time and difficulty. All help is submitted via written answers. Qualified teachers can take online gigs using GigEd.

64. Daycare Business

When it comes to deciding whether to be a stay-at-home parent or to find a job, many people decide that the cost of daycare is larger than their salary, so it’s best to stay at home. But why not have the best of both worlds by making money from looking after other people’s children whilst you stay at home with your own. If you feel unsure about how to start a daycare business, you can take this course to learn more.

65. Laundry Business

Another business anyone can easily do from home is laundry; assuming you clean your own clothes, you already have the facilities so there’s no extra expense. It might not appeal to you if you can barely stand to do your own laundry, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a more convenient business idea – you could even charge extra for ironing the clothes. By using the Laundry Care app, you’ll be matched with potential clients in the local area without any work on your behalf.

66. Baby Equipment Rental

If you have children and their old baby gear is still lying around the house, you could make an extra buck from renting it out to local tourists. Babyquip is a website that connects holidaymakers who have children with locals who can supply them with the equipment they need. The only drawback is that you need to live in a popular tourist destination to attract any customers.

67. Rent Out Your Car

Most of us only use our car when we need to drive somewhere, and the rest of the time it gets left on the driveway. You can rent out your house on Airbnb – why not rent out your car when you’re not using it too? GetAround allows you to do just that; you can choose your own rate and you’ll be covered with liability insurance, so there’s no risk involved.

68. Rent Your Parking Spot

Whilst you’re at it, you can rent out your parking spot too; this can be quite lucrative if you live in a busy area. Try making a listing on Craigslist and see if anyone takes you up on the offer. However, you’ll need to check the terms of your rental agreement or homeowners association first to check you’re not breaking any rules.

69. Rent Out Belongings

It’s not just your house, your car, and your baby equipment you can rent out on the gig economy – you can rent out anything that you want if you can find a customer. Fat Llama lets you list any belongings, but the focus is on specialist equipment like DSLR cameras or DJ sets. You’ll also get comprehensive insurance included, so you don’t have to worry about your belongings being robbed.

70. Life Coaching

The life coach industry seems to be exploding recently, and the earning potential can be huge. Since life coaching isn’t a traditional career path, there’s no established route to take or rate to charge – the only limitation is that you’ll need a certificate to register. Since ‘life coaching’ is such a vague term, it can be helpful to choose a particular niche to specialize in, such as relationships or health. Some of these niches are separate coaching roles in their own right.

71. Career Coaching

If you’ve done well in your own career, why not coach others about how to do the same? Many people are starting to understand the importance of investing in themselves to see bigger returns in the future by unleashing their potential, and one of the most popular ways to do this is by hiring a career coach. Tasks involve helping clients to prepare for interviews, checking resumes, and offering general guidance about career direction. The further you climbed the ladder in your own career, the more you’ll be able to charge for your services.

72. Business Coaching

Similarly, if you’ve achieved previous success in the world of entrepreneurialism, your services could be of use to budding entrepreneurs or even established entrepreneurs who want to take their company to the next level. Business coaching is particularly high-stakes; someone is paying you to give them advice, and if your advice goes wrong it could have potentially disastrous consequences. However, if you ‘re confident enough in your abilities for that not to bother you, give it a go.

73. Meal Planning

You don’t need to be a nutritionist or dietician to be able to plan meals – although it would definitely help! Lots of people who are too busy with work to cook simply need some creativity and inspiration to know what to cook, so if that’s something you’re good at you might be able to help others more than you realize.

74. Sell Gift Cards You Won’t Use

We all get gift cards for birthdays, Christmas or prize draws, but they’re not always from our shop of choice. Instead of letting them sit in your wallet until they reach their expiration date, why not cash in? Raise is a marketplace for buying and selling gift cards, usually at discounted prices. The full price would be nice, but something is better than nothing.

75. Open Up Your Mailbox

There are lots of ways to make money if you’re prepared to let third parties access your personal data. One of them is Small Business Knowledge (SBK) Center, a market research company that will pay you to have a peek into your email mailbox. If you sign up, expect to receive a payment of up to $20 every 6-10 weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make money fast?

There are hundreds of ways to make money eventually, but your options narrow down if you need to make money fast. Don’t despair – it might be harder, but it’s certainly not impossible.

Many people have thousands of dollars worth of unused possessions in their homes, so selling some of this on eBay or other eCommerce sites could take you a long way. The advantage of eBay is that you’ll receive the money in your PayPal account as soon as you’re paid, so you really will receive money right now.

You can also make money fast by completing surveys, microtasks, rewards programs, or any of the other simple suggestions on this list. The amount you’ll get won’t be high, but it will be instant.

How can I make money without a full-time job?

Thanks to the internet and the gig economy, you can actually make money without a full-time job. You can earn from renting just about anything – your car, your spare room, and even your old baby equipment.

You can also find casual work online to suit your schedule and needs. Data entry work, microtasks, and even English teaching are accessible to everyone and can be easily performed at home if you have a laptop and internet connection.

How can I make $100 a day?

If you choose one of the more skilled job options, such as freelance writing or being a virtual assistant, it won’t take you long to reach the point when you’re earning $100 a day. If you want to make as much a day as possible, it’s important to set up multiple income streams, so you’re not relying on one source of money alone.

How can I make money while I sleep?

The truth is, if you want to make money while you sleep, you need to have worked hard to have built up several streams of passive income. Passive income is automated earnings, which require little to no maintenance once you have put the leg work in to get them to where they are.

Are there ways to make money as a kid?

Fun fact, kids don’t have to wait to start making money by getting chores to do around the house anymore. In the world we live in today, even kids have some great ways to make some money!

Are there ways to make money as a teenager?

There are several great ways to make money as a teenager. And the best part is, you aren’t limited to mowing lawns or delivering newspapers like I had to do!

Are there ways to make money as a college student?

Living the dorm life and finding yourself a little strapped for cash? No matter what you need the money for, books, food, or a night out with friends, there are so many great opportunities for college students to make money that won’t affect your ability to still have time to focus on your grades.

Find Creative Ways To Make Money for You

There’s no excuse for running out of money anymore. Well, we all mess up sometimes, but there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to conjure up a few hundred dollars out of thin air if you’re prepared to get creative about how to make money.

Don’t get disheartened if the amounts coming in seem minuscule at first. The internet might be miraculous for all the earning possibilities it’s brought us, but that doesn’t mean the money will fall on your lap without you having to work for it.

The most painful part of the process is deciding which money-making methods you’re going to choose and figuring out how to get the maximum benefit out of them. Once you build up a reputation and know how things work, it will get easier.

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    Farris
    You should add PicturePunches to your list. Probably the easiest way to make money online today.
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    Rory Smith
    I’m not sure if it’s intentional or an editorial comment, but the pitch for blogging says “Is there a subject or topic you’re extremely knowledgeable about and enjoy enough to be able to write on it every day for years? If the answer to this question is yes, then starting a blog could be right for you. It’s a slow journey to build up regular visitors and readers, but once you do it’s impossible to make significant sums of money.”. Doesn’t come across as much of an endorsement.
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    Garvish
    This definitely is like a bible for anyone who wishes to make money online. Thanks a lot for all the information!