Easy ways to start making money
There’s something for everyone on this list, but I wanted to start with some of the simpler ways to make extra money. If you are looking for ways to make money without investing a lot of time or effort, these are for you.
Earn money by side cash
The food delivery trend has exploded in popularity over the past few years. Shopping for groceries or picking up food at a local restaurant can be time-consuming. People short on time can pay you to deliver food to them so they don’t have to. You will go to the supermarket or restaurant, collect their orders and deliver them to your home or office.
Get cash back when you shop
You can get a refund on almost anything you buy today thanks to the super competitive world of online shopping. If you don’t take advantage of refund offers or find them too small to handle, think again. Over time, we’ve seen many readers rack up hundreds (and sometimes even thousands) of dollars in cash rewards.
Collect any unused credit card rewards
I currently have over $1,500 in unused credit card rewards in my account. I didn’t realize my rewards balance was that high until I was thinking about booking a vacation for next year and logged into my account to see if I had any unused points.
If you have a cashback credit card, don’t forget to check your balance for rewards. This may not technically earn you extra money, but it can help you get ahead of spending money you didn’t know you had.
Become a search engine evaluator and side cash
Their search engine evaluators “conduct research, ratings and feedback on search engine results by measuring the relevance and usability of web pages.” So your job would be to determine if the search results match the search terms. This helps search engines improve their algorithms and offer a better experience to their users.
Work as a wellness coach
Having a degree in health or nutrition can help you get started as a wellness coach, but it is not necessary. You can always get a certification from an accredited institution if you decide to do long-term coaching.
Wellness coaches work with clients individually, in groups or through lectures and workshops. Your job as a wellness coach is to give clients the tips and tools they need to create healthier habits and lifestyles.