The internet is a wonderful thing, it’s also something many of us use on a daily basis.
If you’re a frequent web surfer and have the hours to put in, you could actually use some of that time to make some extra cash.
Wondering how? Here are a few quick fire ways to make money online and beef up that bank balance…
Sites such as Toluna, MySurvey and OnePoll offer users the chance to take a few minutes to fill out their online surveys (for market research purposes) and earn money (around £3 or $5 a piece) or rewards for doing so. A great way to earn a little extra pocket-money while voicing your opinions.
Paid Web Searches
Chances are that every single time you go online for longer than 10 minutes, you’ll use a search engine such as Bing or Google to find out the information you desire.
Web innovators Qmee offer people the opportunity to earn money simply by signing up, downloading an add-on or two to their browser and performing requested searches on Google, Bing or Yahoo. The best thing is, there’s no minimum payout and if you’re feeling generous, you can make a donation to charity.
Website and App Reviews
If you’re a savvy web browser, you can turn your skills into cash by testing and reviewing various online services. Sites including User Testing offer a platform in which to sign up and test a host of websites (reviews take an average of 20 minutes) and get paid for the privilege.
Online gaming can be a fun and challenging way of earning money on the web – but there are so many gaming sites out there, that it’s vital to pick the right one.
The Big Free Chip List from BFC Playground offers an innovative approach to online gaming. By signing up, a user’s account is credited with BFC chips, which can be used to play a variety of challenging online games. Once more chips have been won, it is possible to buy items from the BFC store which can be redeemed in cash. A safe, exciting and potentially lucrative way to earn money online.
We hope these ideas have given you a little inspiration. So login, have fun – and remember to use these sites responsibly.