Earning an extra £1,000 consistently every month online might sound impossible, but it is extremely achievable! As long as you have some time to dedicate and you only work with the websites/apps that work for you then you should be able to achieve it.
Imagine what an extra £1,000 a month would mean to you, without selling Avon or delivering leaflets!
Firstly, you need to have completed the steps in my two previous posts – how to make £100 a month and how to make £500 a month. These will form the basis for your earnings, and from them you can grow.
Start a blog
Starting a blog is a great way to not only earn some extra cash, but also to become part of a community. Once your blog is up and running then you will want to start thinking about how you will make money from it. There are many ways to make money from creating a blog – sponsored posts, advertising, affiliate marketing and more. You can get started easily on Blogger or pay for paid hosting and a domain name (yourblogname.com for example). Making money from blogging isn't quick – it can take months, if not years to start earning a decent income, it isn't a quick fix.
Do you have a blog or other social media influence? If you already have an audience listening to what you have to say then affiliate marketing is a great way to make extra cash. Simply recommend products using your affiliate link and if your reader clicks through and makes a purchase then you can earn a percentage of that sale as affiliate earnings. I have a full guide to getting started with affiliate marketing, including a few companies I recommend starting out with.
I finally embarked on matched betting in July 2015 and I made £12,000 in 12 months of matched betting. It is a fantastic way to earn extra cash, completely risk free. Even better, there's no tax to pay. It is really simple, especially when you utilise Profit Accumulator. I have got most of my extended family involved now (hello everyone!) as it is so simple and so profitable.
Search engine evaluator
When you work as a search engine evaluator you have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, meaning that I don't have too much I can tell you about it. Depending on the company you work for (you can't work for more than one at a time and they do communicate) you will have to work a minimum number of hours per week at an hourly rate. The work tends to be on a 6 month contract (again, depending on the company you work for) and contracts may be renewed. There is a lengthy training period and a test, so think is something to bear in mind. Some job vacancies for search engine evaluators are with Leapforce and Appen (search for jobs in the UK).
Buy to sell
Visit charity shops (is it okay to buy at charity shops to sell on eBay?) and car boot sales to find items you think you can sell for more elsewhere, usually eBay. Remember that if you are buying to sell, as opposed to decluttering your own items, you will need to pay tax. If you are interested in doing this then check out what to buy at boot sales to sell on eBay.