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Online Paid Jobs

Most online paid jobs only require you to have a computer, a decent internet connection, and a marketable skill. One advantage is that you will be operating as a free agent and therefore you are able to choose when, where, and how much to participate.

Unlike many other options these online paid jobs are working for someone else. The earnings are likely to be relatively small, generally paying between £50 and £500 a month. The exception is online trading where you can make a lot of money, but also you can also lose a lot of money as well so choose this option with care.

Here are a few sources of legitimate online single-task job types:


Survey / Focus Group Participant: These are used by business to learn to target products at the right people, companies cut their advertising spend and increase sales. Add to that the focus group world of politics and the media, and it’s clear why businesses pay for your opinions. You can expect to earn around £5 per survey or £300 per month.


User Tester: You get around £5 to £10 for visiting a companies website and providing live, honest feedback about it. Your reactions as you move around the site are generally recorded by the testing software.


Virtual Assistant:If you have good administration skills or office experience, then you can make up to £25 an hour working from home. You provide administration support to businesses that can’t afford a full-time secretary. To do this you will need up-to-date office software and a good internet connection, but you receive a good rate of pay and are free to set your own hours.


Selling Crafts: If you’re good at crafts jewellery, pottery, paintings, clothes then why not sell your goods online? You don’t need any technical knowledge to set up shop online as there are plenty of online craft marketplaces that set up your online shop for you and will handle all the technical issues and processing sales for you (in return for taking a small cut of any sale you make).


Blogging: Writers and bloggers get paid to write about all sorts of things: travel, food, furniture, beauty, parenting… you name it, people blog about it. If you have a blog already, you can make money by inserting advertising links or affiliate links. There’s no set amount you can make (and no guarantee you’ll make anything at all). If you write on popular topics, write often and get a decent following, then you can generate a reasonable supplemental income.


Online Trading: They have become popular over the past few years with new ones appearing all the time. Binary trading offer profit rates of between 70% and 80% for predicting whether an option will go up/down over a specific time period. Contract For Difference (CFD) trading is similar where you are predicting whether the stock goes up/down but in this case you are paid / lose multiples of the stock price difference.With both types if you win consistently then you can make a LOT of money. However this isn’t as simple as it sounds and you can LOSE money equally fast.

Online Paid Jobs 9th February 2015