Tuesday, 5 March 2013

How To Make Some Easy Money


The planet-conscious folks at Gazelle pay cash for your old electronic gadgets. They'll fork over $100 for an iPhone 3GS and upwards of $100 for an old Apple laptop. Plus: free shipping!


Companies want Facebook likes, YouTube votes, and positive tweets—so much so that they're willing to pay a dime or more per "micro job" if you help them boost their social media presence with your clicks.

Yes, you're helping them game the system, but you just bought yourself lunch!


Have a quirky talent? Make some money with it. Fiverr lets users post their talents for others to buy.

You earn $4 (Fiverr nabs the other buck). Talents range from the practical (writing a blog post) to the bizarre (a custom message by an Alec Baldwin impersonator).


Earn Swag Bucks for taking online company surveys, viewing online tutorial videos, and using Swagbucks's unique search engine. Trade the digital currency for the real stuff, in the form of gift cards and PayPal credit.

Sure, it's mundane work, but one survey can pay up to $50. Does Angry Birds pay you to waste time?


This iPhone and Android appworks like Foursquare, but you earn points instead of badges. Points are worth a penny, and you can collect them by checking in or for doing simple tasks, like posting a pic of you drinking a Starbucks coffee.

You can also trade in your points for cash—sometimes as much as 50 bucks—depending on how often you use the app.

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