Here are some actual legit sites where you can make some extra money.
Now, I’m not saying you’re gonna make millions or anything but these have been tried and tested by myself and, if you put in some hard work, complete assessments and keep your profile updated you can increase the work you receive. Some of the work you have to be quick to accept or someone else will do it as in a first come, first serve basis.
ClickWorker is one of the newest crowdsourcing companies, looking for new freelancers. They offer work like Text Creation – Editing – Web Research –
– Data Tagging – Data Categorisation.
- Customer places an order for work.
- The work is divided into micro-tasks and made available to click workers.
- Click worker has to qualify to do specific assignments.
- Qualified Workers will process their tasks.
- Quality assurance.
- Then Merge the completed micro -jobs.
- Download order for a customer.
- Payment to “click workers”.
FOR YOUR OPINION
Slicethepie launched back in 2007 as a fun and interactive site to identify the best up and coming artists. They rapidly evolved into the web’s largest music review engine that now provides on demand feedback to most of the major US record labels and thousands of independent artists every month.
In 2015 additional review categories were added, including fashion, mobile phone accessories and others.
All the ratings and reviews left by the reviewers are used to provide real time predictive insight to music executives, designers, buyers and merchandisers in large and small organisations to help them decide which products will be most successful.
OneSpace (formerly CrowdSource) connects freelance workers with businesses. OneSpace works almost like ClickWorker, your work will be evaluated and assign qualified freelancers for projects.
They provide you training guide to help you learn transcription and writing skills. They give around $2.5 for 100 words. They offer general writing, marketing, reviewing and sharing discussions, video and audio recording, editing jobs, etc.
As a OneSpace Worker you can:
- Earn money while you complete tasks online.
- Work where you want, when you want.
- Work today, get paid the next business day.
Fiverr is a great place to start your professional freelancing career. Fiverr allows you to create small jobs based on your expertise. They call them “gigs”.
You can charge $5 for each work. If you’re offering more advanced jobs, you can charge more.
You can easily create Giggs and make sure that you display a sample work, so people can buy your Giggs and you make money each time somebody gives you a work.
Whatusersdo are experts in UX Testing to help companies understand their customers and improve conversions.
They normally pay £8 per test at the beginning with potential to increase but you have to be quick to accept and finish within 30 minutes or the test goes to someone else.
User Testing pays $10 for testing websites. A test usually takes about 15-20 minutes. They pay you for testing a website or an app, complete a set of tasks, and speak your thoughts about that particular site.
You will get $10 for visiting a site and providing live, honest feedback about it. They pay $10 via PayPal for every 20-minute video you complete.
They accept testers from almost every country. You can see the list here.