Are all you side hustlers back for money making Tuesday? I hope so. I am back with Part Five of 5 super easy side hustles for stay at home moms or anybody who is looking to add some money to their pockets. With the holiday season coming up quickly, doesn’t making some side money and gift cards sound good? Let’s get going!
Quick tidbit before we start, make sure you set up a separate email address before starting these side hustles. You do not want your personal email inbox getting overloaded.
Part Five – 5 Super Easy Side Hustles for Stay at Home Moms to Make Money
- Earnably. Earnably is one multi-faceted earning site. With Earnably you can make some cash in quite a few ways. There are offer walls, surveys available, you can watch videos, complete tasks and you can even earn by just putting an app on your phone. At times, Earnably will send out extra ways to earn such as promo codes. But the earning does not stop there, you can continue to earn by participating in contests, referring friends to Earnably and intermittent earning bonuses. Earnably has a low cash out at $1 and you can redeem that though Paypal, Bitcoin or an Amazon gift card. Other sites do have way more gift cards choices, but I usually just do Amazon or Paypal. Earnably is a site that I logon to when things are slower at my other go-to sites.
- Pureprofile. I have been with Pure Profile for a few months. Out of all the sites I belong to, this one has one of the higher payouts. You cannot cash out until you have at least $25. The only way to cash out is via Paypal. That being said, Pureprofile pays you to set up your profiles and their surveys are usually shorter than most. So after signing up with them, start filling out those profiles right away so you will be eligible for surveys. Again, this is one you want to login to AFTER you have worked on all the other sites I have given you so far.
- Keep Rewarding. This is one site that will “keep” you busy so make sure you make a separate email. Keep Rewarding has many ways to earn. You can earn with surveys (which there will be a lot of), doing small tasks, watching ads, clicking on links and more. But there is another way to earn that other sites do not have: listening to the radio. How crazy easy is that? I usually open another tab and run it with the speakers off. But make sure you check in on it every 20-30 minutes because they want to ensure you are “listening” and you have to enter a code to continue. You will like this site as well since you can cash out at $1. Just think like this, if you check into this site for about 10-15 minutes per day – in a month you made an extra $30. And that’s with earning only $1/day. Nice!
- Slice the Pie. Slice the Pie is fun. You listen to blurbs of music and make money. After listening to a blurb of music, they want you to give your opinion on it. So basically you have to write what you like and didn’t like about the track – and make it succinct. You also get paid for voicing your opinions on fashion. I check into Slice the Pie a couple times a month and have cashed out numerous times over the years. It’s a different way to earn for sure.
- Saybucks. I cannot believe I did not mention this site sooner. Saybucks is a survey site. That pays very well for their surveys for sure. Saybucks surveys pay anywhere from $2 to $10. And you get your money via Paypal, gift cards, or by merchandise. Honestly, I never use my points on merchandise on any reward sites that offer it. It is best to get real “cash” or gift cards for your efforts.
A Few Tips….
Over time, you will see what sites are earning you the most overall. I believe as far as surveys are concerned, it all depends on your demographics. I feel that if you are a college graduate, work full time, live in or near a metro city, and are between 34-50, you will get a myriad of surveys. Over the years, I have set up a system for what sites I start the day off with. Then, once I have exhausted all that there is available on that site, I move onto the next.
Once I have done all the surveys on my go-to sites, I fill in the gaps with working on small tasks, signing up for offers, running ads, running/listening to a radio while racking up points, etc. There is no reason why you cannot, at the very least, earn a part time income working on all these sites. You have to use your time wisely and of course, set time aside to work the sites.
Now you have 25 sites to work on and over time, you will see where your site loyalty is going to lie. I suggest keeping a running list of all the sites you are signed up for, passwords, current points that you have and how many points you need to get rewarded. This way, you can check in on the site that you are closest to getting rewarded with throughout the day.
Come back next Tuesday for another five ways to make more money from home. And if you have not read Part 4 from last week, the link is below.
Do you have any ways you make income from home? What side hustles have you found that keep you hustling?
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