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If I want any chance of getting anywhere I need to earn £1000 a month. I do task jobs/review sites/cashback sites/surveys mainly and my best month was over £600. Just wanted to know the best earners(sorry if its been asked repeatedly) but I ean the actual best earners not to be reccomended to Swagbucks which took a week to get £5. Thanks!
 

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If I want any chance of getting anywhere I need to earn £1000 a month. I do task jobs/review sites/cashback sites/surveys mainly and my best month was over £600. Just wanted to know the best earners(sorry if its been asked repeatedly) but I ean the actual best earners not to be reccomended to Swagbucks which took a week to get £5. Thanks!
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Web search evaluator work
Risk free matched betting
 

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Thanks Ive signed up to all of those :)
 
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Im going to be starting matched betting next, i didnt know much about it but after reading a few articles in here and watching a few videos on youtube, i think im ready, since december ive been making money on qmee, swagbucks and paid to play apps.

Ive got so lazy with swagbucks, ive barely hit the daily goals this month, i was earning about a fiver a month previously, which isnt a whole lot, i have set up a blog but its lacking content, i just dont know my niche yet
 

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Im going to be starting matched betting next, i didnt know much about it but after reading a few articles in here and watching a few videos on youtube, i think im ready, since december ive been making money on qmee, swagbucks and paid to play apps.

Ive got so lazy with swagbucks, ive barely hit the daily goals this month, i was earning about a fiver a month previously, which isnt a whole lot, i have set up a blog but its lacking content, i just dont know my niche yet
Crikey you have been doing a lot of very low paying work there! I think you will find Matched Betting a real game changer in terms of earnings for the amount of time you spend!
 
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Yeah most definate, does everyone use profit accumulater or is it best to use it for working out what the lay bet will be, sorry i should make a thread in the appropriate forum lol
 

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Yeah most definate, does everyone use profit accumulater or is it best to use it for working out what the lay bet will be, sorry i should make a thread in the appropriate forum lol
Yeah profit accumulator is fine :)
 

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If I want any chance of getting anywhere I need to earn £1000 a month. I do task jobs/review sites/cashback sites/surveys mainly and my best month was over £600. Just wanted to know the best earners(sorry if its been asked repeatedly) but I ean the actual best earners not to be reccomended to Swagbucks which took a week to get £5. Thanks!
I earn over £1000 a month now and don't include my matched betting in that. I do the following things:

Audio Typing -
Take Note £350-400 a month
Casting Words -£50ish
Crowdsurf - £50ish

Website Testing
Usertesting - £40ish
What Users Do - £25ish
Test Birds - £30ish
U Test - £30 ish
Other sites that do this include Intellizoom, Userzoom and Ping Pong

Phone Apps
Roamler - £200ish
Be My Eye - £75ish
Field Agent - £30ish
Curious Cat - £20ish
One Pulse - £15ish
Clickworker - £10ish
Other apps worth a look are Beelivery, Mobeye, iPoll, jobpotter, Shoppix, Receipt Hog Easyshift and You Gov.

I've also just started using Respondent. I can recommend People For Research as well. They are similar but UK based so pay in ££s. I've done a couple of things for them and got paid the next day.

I'm looking into teaching English online or tutoring as I have a TESL qualification and worked in a school for years. If you like dogs Tailster are good, I know a few people making a good income walking dogs now. If you don't already have a job then a lot of schools are looking for exam invigilators at the moment. It pays best in May/June but exams happen all year round. I stayed on at the school I used to work in as an invigilator and make £50 a month. Will probably make £250 in May and June.

Print to Demand seems to be quite good for a lot of people on here as well. I'm working on that as it's a passive income once the designs are uploaded.
 
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I will be going through your list, i did try roamler but it said the capacity for my location is full and would require an invite.

At the moment, im unemployed, i have been working for over a decade in a busy takeaway kitchen, then i helped start a fast food franchise in our area, which flopped to be honest, i no longer have ties, ive been looking into working online for the past 2months, just dabbling into a few various methods without a startegy or any goals, id like to be at £1000 a month, i havent explored audio typing yet, is it a lot of hours to earn what you have audio typing.

I hear teaching and coaching are the most lucrative ways of making money online, but its nothing that im intrested in doing, ive done basic editing in the past and was looking at making a top5 channel on youtube using videos marked with creative commons, where you can use other videos to create your own, but other than research i havent crated anything yet, i created a blog a few weeks ago but other than basic set up theme setting up with a few posts i havent really bothered since. I briefly researched dropshipping and amazon affiliates but again havent bothered with these.
 

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I will be going through your list, i did try roamler but it said the capacity for my location is full and would require an invite.

At the moment, im unemployed, i have been working for over a decade in a busy takeaway kitchen, then i helped start a fast food franchise in our area, which flopped to be honest, i no longer have ties, ive been looking into working online for the past 2months, just dabbling into a few various methods without a startegy or any goals, id like to be at £1000 a month, i havent explored audio typing yet, is it a lot of hours to earn what you have audio typing.

I hear teaching and coaching are the most lucrative ways of making money online, but its nothing that im intrested in doing, ive done basic editing in the past and was looking at making a top5 channel on youtube using videos marked with creative commons, where you can use other videos to create your own, but other than research i havent crated anything yet, i created a blog a few weeks ago but other than basic set up theme setting up with a few posts i havent really bothered since. I briefly researched dropshipping and amazon affiliates but again havent bothered with these.
Not sure I’ve ever heard anyone say teaching or coaching are the most lucrative ways of earning money online before but I could be wrong.

Let’s take it back to basics, are you at least doing risk free matched betting as that’s tax free cash so you don’t turn down / ignore that as it’s a major earner

Also have you allied to appen / leapforce to work as a web search evaluator as that is also well paid (as in above the U.K. minimum wage)
 

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I will be going through your list, i did try roamler but it said the capacity for my location is full and would require an invite.

At the moment, im unemployed, i have been working for over a decade in a busy takeaway kitchen, then i helped start a fast food franchise in our area, which flopped to be honest, i no longer have ties, ive been looking into working online for the past 2months, just dabbling into a few various methods without a startegy or any goals, id like to be at £1000 a month, i havent explored audio typing yet, is it a lot of hours to earn what you have audio typing.

I hear teaching and coaching are the most lucrative ways of making money online, but its nothing that im intrested in doing, ive done basic editing in the past and was looking at making a top5 channel on youtube using videos marked with creative commons, where you can use other videos to create your own, but other than research i havent crated anything yet, i created a blog a few weeks ago but other than basic set up theme setting up with a few posts i havent really bothered since. I briefly researched dropshipping and amazon affiliates but again havent bothered with these.
@Honestbrit . I have an invite for Roamler if you want one. You just need to send me your email address.
 

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I earn over £1000 a month now and don't include my matched betting in that. I do the following things:

Audio Typing -
Take Note £350-400 a month
Casting Words -£50ish
Crowdsurf - £50ish

Website Testing
Usertesting - £40ish
What Users Do - £25ish
Test Birds - £30ish
U Test - £30 ish
Other sites that do this include Intellizoom, Userzoom and Ping Pong

Phone Apps
Roamler - £200ish
Be My Eye - £75ish
Field Agent - £30ish
Curious Cat - £20ish
One Pulse - £15ish
Clickworker - £10ish
Other apps worth a look are Beelivery, Mobeye, iPoll, jobpotter, Shoppix, Receipt Hog Easyshift and You Gov.

I've also just started using Respondent. I can recommend People For Research as well. They are similar but UK based so pay in ££s. I've done a couple of things for them and got paid the next day.

I'm looking into teaching English online or tutoring as I have a TESL qualification and worked in a school for years. If you like dogs Tailster are good, I know a few people making a good income walking dogs now. If you don't already have a job then a lot of schools are looking for exam invigilators at the moment. It pays best in May/June but exams happen all year round. I stayed on at the school I used to work in as an invigilator and make £50 a month. Will probably make £250 in May and June.

Print to Demand seems to be quite good for a lot of people on here as well. I'm working on that as it's a passive income once the designs are uploaded.
Well done, this is a great list!
 

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I will be going through your list, i did try roamler but it said the capacity for my location is full and would require an invite.

At the moment, im unemployed, i have been working for over a decade in a busy takeaway kitchen, then i helped start a fast food franchise in our area, which flopped to be honest, i no longer have ties, ive been looking into working online for the past 2months, just dabbling into a few various methods without a startegy or any goals, id like to be at £1000 a month, i havent explored audio typing yet, is it a lot of hours to earn what you have audio typing.

I hear teaching and coaching are the most lucrative ways of making money online, but its nothing that im intrested in doing, ive done basic editing in the past and was looking at making a top5 channel on youtube using videos marked with creative commons, where you can use other videos to create your own, but other than research i havent crated anything yet, i created a blog a few weeks ago but other than basic set up theme setting up with a few posts i havent really bothered since. I briefly researched dropshipping and amazon affiliates but again havent bothered with these.
I do two shifts a week with Take Note. It used to take me the full 6 hours to complete the file they send but I can usually get it done in just over 3 now, as long as it isn't too complicated. I then do the odd 15 - 20 mins here and there with the other companies as they do really short audio clips. I would recommend trying crowdsurf. They were easiest to sign up to. The pay pennies but are a good intro into what is expected of you.

I actually have a list of over 85 ways I've made money in the past and I slowly work my way through them every day. Some pay really well, other's a peanuts but if I've got a spare 5 minutes they are sometimes worth a look. I refuse to do things like Swagbucks. I think they probably pay about 10p an hour if you average it out and I'm worth more than that!. This is now my full time job, and I'm actually better off. It hasn't been easy. I spent almost a year working full time and doing an additional 20-30 hours a week online at home to build up this income.

You tube is hard to monetize now as you need loads of followers and I'm a crap salesperson so my affiliate income is non existent. There are so many different ways to make money now. I genuinely believe that almost everyone can make a decent income for themselves with a bit of effort and enough time to build it up.
 

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I do two shifts a week with Take Note. It used to take me the full 6 hours to complete the file they send but I can usually get it done in just over 3 now, as long as it isn't too complicated. I then do the odd 15 - 20 mins here and there with the other companies as they do really short audio clips. I would recommend trying crowdsurf. They were easiest to sign up to. The pay pennies but are a good intro into what is expected of you.

I actually have a list of over 85 ways I've made money in the past and I slowly work my way through them every day. Some pay really well, other's a peanuts but if I've got a spare 5 minutes they are sometimes worth a look. I refuse to do things like Swagbucks. I think they probably pay about 10p an hour if you average it out and I'm worth more than that!. This is now my full time job, and I'm actually better off. It hasn't been easy. I spent almost a year working full time and doing an additional 20-30 hours a week online at home to build up this income.

You tube is hard to monetize now as you need loads of followers and I'm a crap salesperson so my affiliate income is non existent. There are so many different ways to make money now. I genuinely believe that almost everyone can make a decent income for themselves with a bit of effort and enough time to build it up.
100% agree with you.

@katykicker and myself were just chatting the other day and saying that we remember the days when I used to get up at 6am to do Bongo/63336 work and answer texts and she would stay up till 3am doing bloody clickworker type work..

Thankfully that's all over now but back in 'out day' (as in mid 2000s lol) you had to wade through all the crap paying jobs and sort of work your way up until you start talking to people who were doing new ways of earning from home which paid more and then you could start dropping the bottom feeder work.

There is no 'quick fix' for earning a lot of money per month from home but there are things you can do to JUMP START it a lot more and do higher paying work than the olden days where information about highing paying ops was all hidden behind PMs on the green site or whatever.
 
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I do two shifts a week with Take Note. It used to take me the full 6 hours to complete the file they send but I can usually get it done in just over 3 now, as long as it isn't too complicated. I then do the odd 15 - 20 mins here and there with the other companies as they do really short audio clips. I would recommend trying crowdsurf. They were easiest to sign up to. The pay pennies but are a good intro into what is expected of you.

I actually have a list of over 85 ways I've made money in the past and I slowly work my way through them every day. Some pay really well, other's a peanuts but if I've got a spare 5 minutes they are sometimes worth a look. I refuse to do things like Swagbucks. I think they probably pay about 10p an hour if you average it out and I'm worth more than that!. This is now my full time job, and I'm actually better off. It hasn't been easy. I spent almost a year working full time and doing an additional 20-30 hours a week online at home to build up this income.

You tube is hard to monetize now as you need loads of followers and I'm a crap salesperson so my affiliate income is non existent. There are so many different ways to make money now. I genuinely believe that almost everyone can make a decent income for themselves with a bit of effort and enough time to build it up.
Do you have your list published on the forum anywhere? I'd be interested in reading it :) I have a list of different things in folders on my browser but I forget which ones are worth it, as I use my phone mostly for surveys etc
 

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Do you have your list published on the forum anywhere? I'd be interested in reading it :) I have a list of different things in folders on my browser but I forget which ones are worth it, as I use my phone mostly for surveys etc
does that not drive your crazy?

When I used to do surveys I use used to use the Tab / Arrow Keys / Spacebar to control everything so it took me literally minutes to do each one instead of having to use a mouse and click!
 
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does that not drive your crazy?

When I used to do surveys I use used to use the Tab / Arrow Keys / Spacebar to control everything so it took me literally minutes to do each one instead of having to use a mouse and click!
Nope I prefer it with survey apps like Qmee, Curious Cat, QuickThoughts, One Poll etc. I can lay in bed and get a load done if I can't sleep, I do some on my break at work. That's where most of my earnings come from. If I used my laptop more I'd definitely do more survey websites but by the time my sons in bed I'm too tired to get it out and concentrate on it.
 

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