5 Clever Ways to Make Extra Cash In Your Spare Time Online

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5 Clever Ways to Make Extra Cash

make extra cash in your spare time online

Want to make extra money in your spare time? Thanks to apps and the Internet there are new initiatives popping up all the time. Here’s a round up of 5 easy ways to make extra money on the side.

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  1. Become a tasker on TaskRabbit

No, you won’t be selling rabbits or doing anything remotely related to rabbits. What this platform provides is a means for service providers and clients to meet and do business. The website focuses on handyman and cleaning help. So if you are confident about your handyman skills, this could be the platform for you.

  1. Put your skills to the test on 5squids

There are no squids involved here either, but you can make £5 for doing odd jobs through this platform. Create a logo design for £5. Do voice overs for £5. Fix WordPress problems for £5 – whatever your skills, advertise them and see what comes through!

  1. Sign up with TrustedHousesitters

TrustedHousesitters is just one of the many house-sitting agencies where you will find house sitting jobs all over the UK. Depending on the contract, you can get paid £10/day, plus food and fuel allowance.

  1. Sell unwanted items on eBay

From antiques to computers, you can sell just about anything on eBay. Start small to make quick cash, and then work your way to become a power seller in eBay. This is one of the easiest ways to earn while staying at home.

  1. Get perks from drinks with Serve Legal

Serve legal is an ID testing company that ensures leisure operators, national retailers, and broadcasters are checking IDs before serving booze to young customers. Your job is to pose as the young customer. Your drinks and travel costs will be covered, and you will be paid for doing such a cool job too.

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