If you are not looking to replace your income online or just don't have time for another job but need some extra cash flow then micro jobs might be perfect for you. Even though some people have been dedicated and focused enough to turn these micro jobs into their only job doesn't mean you can't use them for just a few extra bucks. If you have ever made money off a blog, done freelance side work, done any consulting, sold photos or other handmade items, the you have already done a micro job.
Below is even more insight on why a micro job may be right for you and your busy life:
A variety of new micro job websites have made it possible for entrepreneurs of all sorts to make a profit without… well, without much business savvy at all. Without much start-up capital… and heck, without much information.Which is why now is the time to get involved with micro-gigs like these.
They’re fun. They’re easier than a “real job.” And they’re a great way to earn extra income to fund more travel.
You can easily do them over coffee with your breakfast before you leave for work in the morning. Or while you’re just sitting and watching tv at home at night. And, in most cases, you can use a skill you already have or a hobby you like doing.
I thought this opportunity was so cool, I signed up to try it myself. I now have nine different micro-gigs up on one site, on topics I enjoy and already talk to you about each week: traveling, blogging, photography, etc.
I’ve made close to $100 already just playing around. I don’t have time for another job. I’ve got two kids and a publishing company to run. That said, each gig takes me less than 30 minutes to complete. Some I do on my phone while I’m standing in line at the grocery store. So I haven’t had any trouble squeezing in one or two here and there.
Can you share any other quick ways to earn an extra income through micro jobs?