Further to our talk about the legitimate websites that pay:
– Swagbucks: It is great for making some money; if you have the time, instead of surfing the web, spend it earing a few bucks.
– inboxDollars: It is similar to Swagbucks, so you can sign up with both websites to maximize your return; you will get $5 just for signing up. If you want to get paid for taking surveys, check out as well E-Poll Surveys, Survey Club and Global Test Market.
– Project Payday: This site has testimonials of people who have earned a lot to get trial offers. By paying you to do a free trial, they assume that you will either forget to cancel the trial and get charged for it or you like the product and purchase it.
– Fiverr: It is a great place to earn a few bucks or spend a few bucks if you are interested in any of the services offered. Everything is $5; you either charge $5 or pay $5. If you want to sell pieces of art for $5 each, that is a gig.
– IZEA: You get paid in this website to tweet, blog, take photos and videos. If you want to earn some money with your tweets, more Twitter following from your side is required because mostly the pay is based on your following. Similarly, you will need more on blogging, if you want to make money with blogs.
There are different kinds of ways to make money by selling online, especially as online selling market is on the rise. But before getting started and doing business online, get a PayPal account for receiving payment and paying as well. Be honest when you are selling used items to reduce issues you could run into, and do your best to make a good name for yourself whether you are opening an online store or selling on a small site.