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We've all seen ads or spam email gushing about how with just one click — and perhaps a small up-front payment — we could be making tons of cash online. A lot of these services are scams, but there are also lots of perfectly legitimate online services that will pay you for doing various sorts of work.
Don't expect to make the thousands of dollars a month, but you can easily make some extra spending cash just by putting in a bit of time—mostly at your computer, though some jobs require you to venture out to run small chores. So you're looking to make a few extra bucks, check our favorite services below and get started earning!
Q&A for cash
PearlEveryone knows something about something, and you can turn your knowledge into cash via online services. Browse through users' questions, provide accurate answers, and earn a few dollars at a time.
Pearl focuses on expertise. You'll have to apply before you can answer questions on the site, providing some kind of real-world credentials in relation to the questions you want to answer. The site wants thorough, professional answers about a wide variety of topics: law, medicine, computers, antiques, even relationships. On the plus side, expect high payments here, often $10 or more per question.
Rewarder takes a more general focus on topics such as where you might be able to buy a certain product online, how to cook a specific dish, or even ideas for surprise wedding proposals. Answers tend to pay a dollar or two each, and whoever posts the question can select what they think is the best answer to pay for, so you may find yourself answering questions for which you don't get paid.
Surveys and studies
MySurveyIf you don't have an expertise to share in exchange for money, you can share your opinions instead. There's a wide range of survey opportunities to be found online that will offer you cash. Compensation varies greatly from study to study, but most marketing companies make it worth your while to participate.
But before you start getting visions of quitting your day job to fill out surveys full time, be aware that you may not always qualify — companies are looking for a specific sort of person for each study — and you may not find surveys you're eligible for, even if you're willing to work. Still, surveys can offer decent pocket money.
Here are some of our favorites:
MySurvey: Fill out online surveys to earn points, which you can then exchange for gift cards or other types of payment. The number of points you get averages out to be worth a dollar or two per survey, though some surveys may pay more.
UserTesting: UserTesting is, as you might expect, about user testing. The site asks you to test web and mobile sites for $10 to $15 by downloading an application that asks you to perform specific tasks on a site. While you're working, the application records your screen and voice to determine how you're using the site. Afterwards, you'll be asked a few questions about your experience.
20|20 Panel: Sign up to participate in online or in-person focus groups, where you could be asked your opinion about any number of things for research or marketing studies. These focus groups are a bit more in depth than the surveys you'd find at MySurvey, but expect better pay for them. Just keep in mind that it may be hard to find panels you qualify for.
Looking for even more surveys? Check out survey review site SurveyPolice, which has full listings of survey sites with user reviews.