5 Clever Ways to Make #Money Online

You can indeed earn money from Internet by doing computer-based jobs at home. You can use your skills, like writing, singing, blogging, voice-over, data-entry, music, photography etc. and sell your services or products to earn money online without making much investment. Who doesn’t want to earn more money? Whether it’s through part-time jobs or freelance work, adding more dollars to your cash flow every month is always nice.

When you start up a small business, making money fast can be the difference between keeping your head above water and folding unceremoniously. Or maybe you just want to make a few extra pennies on the side. But what are the best ways to go about doing this?

Whether you’re selling products or services, there’s a site for your needs and many ways to make money – even if your product is a little, shall we say, obscure. Here are five of the best sites on the web for selling your freelance services or products.

1) Fiverr

If you have a special skills but you’re not sure how to monetize them , or maybe you can speak in a great accent, write and sing songs at the drop of a hat, or draw a photograph. Then Fiverr, is the place where you can sell anything for $5. Take note that after selling your service you will only get $4 as Fiverr takes $1 commission , on the other hand once you withdraw your money they extra transferee charges will be on you

2) Inbudgets

InBudgets is a global online marketplace offering tasks and services, beginning at a cost of $10 per job performed. The site is primarily used by freelancers who use InBudgets.com to offer services to customers worldwide.  InBudgets came up with the concept of a marketplace that would provide a two-sided platform for people to buy and sell a variety of digital services typically offered by freelance contractors. Services offered on the site include writing, translation, graphic design, video editing and programming.

The great advantage over Fiverr is that they bear the money transfer charges so if you are withdrawing $100 you will receive $100 , other great thing is they provide MoneyGram and western union withdrawal

3) Upwork

Upwork, formerly Elance-oDesk, is a global freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely.

4) Etsy

is an online marketplace for handcrafted items, vintage items (at least 20 years old) and craft supplies. You set up your own shop – similar to eBay shops, if you’ve ever used these – and you can sell away!

A very professional and clear site, with an attractive selection of hand-picked items for sale on the homepage – from the off it seems like a reassuring place to sell. The instructions are easy to understand and not hidden behind jargon.

5) PeoplePerHour

Freelancers advertise their services on the site – whether copywriting, designing, SEO, or quirkier services such as creating videos and voiceovers. Buyers can then pay for their service. The website is modern, professional, and easy to navigate. It looks like a reassuring place to do business.

6) Outsourcely ( Bones )
It’s an easy way to hire reliable long-term remote workers from over 180 countries looking to build long-term relationships (not short-term freelance projects). This is great for employers who are looking to build sustainable working relationships and dedicated remote teams.

You only need to search remote workers by skill or by posting a remote job. Then contact candidates immediately using real-time private chat, browser to browser video & voice calling, video & voice messaging or just regular email. This makes hiring fast and easy.
It is different because it allows employers to hire remote workers directly and pay their hires directly. This can save employers thousands in fees the other platforms charge (Upwork now charges 20%).

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