1 – Affiliate Marketing
The beauty of affiliate marketing is that you don’t have to own a high-traffic website to get started. If you play your cards right, you can offer products to your friends and family on Facebook through your affiliate links and generate a little side income from their purchases. You obviously don’t want to spam anyone nor beg them to use your link before buying. However, you can promote products you already use and are happy with. That way, you end up genuinely recommending products and services without coming across as pushy
2 – Become a Beta Tester.
Depending on your skills, I realize that not everyone is tech-savvy, but you can beta test various programs, software, (even affiliate marketing software), websites, or user interfaces. Again, this is similar to taking surveys, only that it requires your active participation, attention, and continuous feedback.
3 – Become Virtual Assistant
On micro-niche websites like Fiverr, Zirtual, and Upwork, you can become a virtual assistant for someone. Those who already took their business to a new level and had too much going on, often hire a virtual assistant that answers calls (forwarded to you online) or handles emails, requests, etc. If you don’t mind a busy schedule solving someone else’s agenda, this can be a nice side hustle. High-end virtual assistants earn between $50-$100 an hour, but if you are just getting started, $10 could be good pay. It’s still better than wrapping hamburgers at McDonald’s!
4 – Freelance Writing
There are several ways you can make money on the internet, and one of the best ways is through freelance writing. Becoming one of freelance writers is a good option because there is always a demand for content, and it allows you to work from home. Other options available for those who are looking to make money on the internet include article writing and blogging. You can earn anywhere between $5 to $500 per article (or even $1000, if you write for the top blogs). You don’t need to have your own website or anything to get started, just Google websites that pay you to write.
If you have expertise in a particular field, you can use the internet to produce a coaching business. How much you will be making depends on the niche you wind up in. If we look at recent statistics, executive mentors charge $325 per hour (on average), while business trainers make around $235 per hour. On the other hand, so-called “life coaches” can charge roughly $160 per hour. Unless you are Tony Robbins, of course, and you charge $1M per coaching session.
6 – Take Surveys
This can be annoying and only for those who are bored and have a lot of spare time on their hands. Taking surveys can pay well, especially if you an in an English-speaking country. You can make up to $250 of easy extra income, just proving feedback, which isn’t that bad
7 – Selling Your Old Stuff
Another way many women (and not only women!) make extra money is by selling second-hand stuff online. You can sell via different Facebook groups (they have special marketplace listings) or on websites like craigslist.org. One of the best-selling items is used books. Go through your old study materials and try to sell textbooks on Amazon or bookstores. What may look like an old ceramic bowl to you could be a priceless vintage item for someone else. Even millionaire Gary Vaynerchuk makes extra money with garage sales!
8 – Online Tutoring
This job is more suitable if you love kids because most of your clients are going to be young. Especially in today’s reality and post coronavirus crisis, when people are reluctant to go social, many kids require extra private tutoring to make sure their homeschooling will not result in an educational fiasco. You will have flexible working hours and can generally charge starting from $20 per hour for basic tutoring and go up depending on your expertise level.
9 – White a Book
This may not be for everyone because writing skills is not something we all possess. Still, if you have a flawless command of the English language and coherently elaborate your thoughts, you are already in the top 20% of the world’s writers.