1. Proofreading


At Cambridge, you can get paid to proofread and edit academic papers, business communications, and more.

They require you to be a native English speaker, have prior editing experience and a stable internet connection.

You can get paid between $20 and $25 per hour and will be paid twice monthly.

What's also nice is you get to choose your projects and have a flexible schedule.

You can also work from many different countries worldwide.

If you're outside the US, you'll be paid via PayPal.

And if you're in the US, you'll be paid via direct deposit.

Go here to apply at Cambridge.


Another great proofreading site is Scribbr.

With Scribbr, you can make $25-$27/hour worldwide.

They look for editors that can work at least 10 hours/week, have a bachelor's degree, and an editing speed of at least 1,700 words per hour.

Go here to apply at Scribbr.


At Scribendi you can get paid to do freelance editing/proofreading.

Here, a bachelor's degree is required as well as an average editing/proofreading speed of 1,000-1,500 words per hour.

Go here to apply for Scribendi


At ProofreadingServices.com, you can get paid from $19 to $46/hour to do proofreading services online.

You can apply from any country and you also get to work when you want.

Go here to apply for ProofreadingServices.com

2. Reading News

BuzzBreak News

Another weird way you can make a little extra money reading is with an app called BuzzBreak News.

This app pays you to read and watch news on your phone.

You have a $0.02 cashout minimum and you can be paid via PayPal.

Check out the app for Android here.

3. Book Reviews

Kirkus Reviews

If you'd prefer to make money reading books, you might check out Kirkus Reviews.

Here, you can get paid $50 per 350-word book review you complete.

Books are assigned to you and reviews are usually due within 2 weeks.

Also, keep in mind that they want “experienced” reviewers, although they don't specify whether that experience has to be professional or not.

You can also try sites like Publishers Weekly, which pays around $25/review, as well as Online Book Club, which pays $5-$60/review.

Apply to be a book reviewer at Kirkus Reviews here.

Online Book Club

At Online Book Club, you can get paid $5-$60/review to read books.

Each review has to be around 400 words or more.

From the research I've done, it doesn't seem that they require experience.

Go here to apply at Online Book Club

Publisher's Weekly

At Publisher's Weekly, you can sometimes find job listings for Book Reviewers.

According to some people, the reviews are worth about $25 each, but I think it definitely depends on the job.

Go here to apply at Publisher's Weekly

4. Reading Emails

You can also get paid to read promotional emails as well.

There's not much to this.

You just sign up for sites like InboxDollars, FusionCash, and CashCrate, and you can start receiving emails that pay you to read them.

Keep in mind, this strategy won't pay but maybe a few cents per email, but it can still be a way to make money reading online.

5. Read Internet Content


If you like browsing the internet and reading blogs, news, etc., check out the Brave browser.

It's a browser that is aiming to compete with the likes of Google, Edge and Firefox with more security and privacy.

This browser also pays you to use by compensating you with a crypto called Basic Attention Token (BAT).

If you set up an Uphold account, you can start collecting this token as compensation for your attention online.

You can also donate it to your favorite content creators.

Get Brave here.

Microsoft Rewards

If you use the Edge browser with the built-in Bing search engine, you can get paid in Microsoft points to browse the web.

It's about $1 per 1,000 points, but there are levels you can unlock to increase your daily points limit.

Don't expect more than around $0.25/day.

Get Microsoft Rewards here.


Another browser you may not have heard of is Cocoon.

With Cocoon, you can apparently get paid around $150-$300/year, according to some reviewers.

They also pay you via PayPal.

Get Cocoon here.

6. Read Scripts


If you want to get paid to read scripts for commercials, audiobooks, videos, podcasts, and more, you can check out Voices.com.

Here, you can earn $100-$250 for around 30 seconds or less than a page of a script.

Some national commercials for big brands pay the most, often between $5,000 and $25,000.

Audiobooks pay $200-$300/ finished hour.

Sign up for Voices here.


At Fiverr, you can get paid to do all sorts of things.

Voiceover work is one of the many jobs you could do here.

What's nice about Fiverr is that you can set what jobs you'll do and then customers come to you instead of the other way around.

Join Fiverr here.


UpWork is another freelance site where you can get paid for all sorts of services.

If you want to do voiceover work, you can.

As you build up a reputation on the site and do more jobs, the more work you can earn and the higher pay you can charge.

Sign up for UpWork here.

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