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Table of Contents:
- Mystery Shopping
- Virtual Assistant
- Data Entry
- Mobile Game Testing
- Coding Tutorials
NexRep is a virtual, on-demand contact center.
Here, you can work as an independent contractor doing customer support, inbound or outbound sales.
Because you're an independent contractor working from home, you get the freedom to make your own schedule.
You don't really get benefits when you're an independent contractor, but there are still perks for working here:
- $1-$3 per audio/video minute (as much as $60/hour depending on your speed?)
- Training & certification program provided
- No experience required
- No degree required
- Set your own schedule
- Work from home
At Studypool, you can earn up to $7500 tutoring in all sorts of different academic subjects (according to their site).
What's also nice about Studypool is they don't take a huge chunk of your earnings for fees.
They will only take 20% of your earnings as their commission and leave you the other 80% to keep.
As part of the application process, tutors are asked to complete a Knowledge Quiz and their work on the platform itself leading to special badges to recognize their specialties and skills.
- No experience required
- Flexible hours
JustAnswer is one of the most highly-trafficked websites for paying people to answer questions.
You get paid 50% of what customers are willing to pay for your answer as your commission.
You may be able to make between $20-$50 per question you successfully answer.
And of course, if you want to be paid via PayPal, that is an option.
If you feel like you have pretty good writing skills for creating articles, you can try writing online for a site like TextBroker.
Here, you can get paid to write articles for different clients even if you have no experience.
You will have to take a skills test though to prove yourself as a writer.
As far as compensation, you get paid by the word and by quality.
For example, a great quality, 1,000 word article might make you $55 or so.
At Clear Voice, you can set your own rates as a freelance writer.
One thing that separates writing here vs other freelance site is you don't have to bid on jobs.
As you may know, you tend to have to accept a lower pay rate if you have to bid against other people for freelance jobs, because a lot of time the lowest bid wins.
Here, you submit your portfolio, set your rate, and get assigned jobs automatically.
You also get paid via PayPal and can get instant payments on approval!
Call Center QA
If you don't mind making a few calls as a mystery shopper, you can make some money answering questions about customer service and other things about companies.
At Call Center QA, you can make $5 per 5–10 minute phone call with no experience necessary.
To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and reside in the United States.
You can also get paid weekly via PayPal.
Cambridge Proofreading & Editing
Have some editing/proofreading skills?
Want to get paid $20-$25/hour and work from home with flexible hours?
Check out Cambridge Proofreading, where you can get paid good money to work when you want as an editor and proofreader.
Check out the details below:
Here you can edit and proofread documents of all sorts that are centered around your areas of interest and expertise.
- Pay range is $20-$25 per hour.
- You get paid via PayPal or direct deposit twice per month.
- You can work from pretty much anywhere from home worldwide.
- This is a freelance/independent contractor type of position without benefits like insurance, 401(k), etc.
- You also have flexible hours and can make your own schedule.
- Be a native English speaker,
- Have an exceptional understanding of the English language, and
- Hold at least a bachelor’s degree from a respected university.
- Advanced university qualifications (master’s or doctoral degrees), and/or…
- Expertise in STEM, business, economics, education, and computer science, and/or…
- Experience in academic editing or publishing, or as university faculty.
They don't mention any technical requirements for your home office setup.
If you don't mind do a little bit of email, scheduling, data entry, research, and other random jobs for clients, you can be a virtual assistant with Byron.
3 years or so of experience is usually required to work here, so keep that in mind.
You'lll also need to be at least 18 years old to apply.
Also, you get paid every two weeks via PayPal.
As far as how much you'll make, it's about $12-$15/hour based on experience.
Transcription is another easy way to make money online without experience.
Transcription is when you listen to an audio or video file and type out what is being said and by whom in a word document.
One great website to check for transcription work is TranscribeMe.
At TranscribeMe, you can get paid $15-$22/audio hour via PayPal.
You can get paid weekly and start as early as 13 years old if you have a parent or legal guardian's permission.
The main thing you'll need with TranscribeMe is a good WPM (word per minute) typing speed.
You can test your typing speed or train yourself to be faster at TypingTest.com.
Another nice thing about TranscribeMe is their clips are usually just 2-4 minutes long.
This means that you can have more time flexibility because you shouldn't have to spend too much time on one file.
Another way you can work from home is in the data entry field.
This is also fairly easy work that doesn't require a lot of experience.
One website that pays weekly via PayPal for data entry is SigTrack.
At SigTrack, you get paid to do data entry-related tasks that have to do with petitions, voting registration, etc.
You get paid $3.70 per signature, $15 per registration, etc. depending on accuracy.
You'll also have to provide proof of U.S. residency to work at SigTrack.
Mobile Game Testing
At Playtest Cloud, you can make money testing mobile games on your smartphone or tablet.
You can get paid $9 per 15 minute test.
You can also do this worldwide and get paid via PayPal!
At Real Python, you can get paid to make high quality tutorials for the Python coding language.
They also accept tutorials on web development, data science, productivity, etc.
They usually expect articles to be about 1500 words and prefer writers who are advanced-level developers.
I've seen estimates of up to $300 per article, but they seem to have switched to a part-time pay model, so it's hard to say exactly how much they pay now.
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