I screwed up and I've got newbie questions

Scott Paterson

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Hi folks new to this group

So I've been doing a little matched betting so far and that has helped me with extra income. what didn't help
was blowing over £2500 on the online slots, but where there is misery there is an opportunity right? I'm taking a timeout from the matched betting for a short while and looking at other ways to earn money.

I have been on the lookout for ways to up my income so this situation has helped speed things up I'm currently a delivery driver and so I have free time in between work.

So to start off I'm looking to make £20-£50 per day extra I do have my own skillsets like making websites
and got a little extra in the bag that way.

Buuuut I also need your suggestions..... to get the ball rolling today


What else can I start doing to get money coming in? and what does that bring in roughly?

I'm looking at Leapforce and making up my CV for there

Any suggestions welcome :)

Thank Scott
 

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Hi Scott, I'm quite a newbie myself but take Jons advice, read some of his blog posts and get some of those apps dowloaded, its amazing how much you can earn from them, especially if you are out and about doing deliveries you should do great from them, some of them are busier than others at times but it can be easy to earn your target using a few of the apps. I'd give mystery shopping a try too, I've earned over £100 this week from just a couple of tasks. Good luck!
 

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With that skillset why not join a freelancing site like PeoplePerHour? They will actively try and find your first couple of clients as it can be hard when you have no feedback.
 
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Case in point

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Awesome folks great replies so far :)

Ah @Jon teasing me man haha I've got an Android so no sign of Task 360 there, I do have a very old Ipad tho lol

Downloading Roamler just now... that sounds very good @Jacquiesce

@Falanouc yeah good shout trying to work out some services, I fancy tutoring someone through the process, I'm quite good with WordPress.

What about paid surveys or when I'm at home is there anything?
 

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Roamler is a no go it says they have a sufficient amount of people in my area. Trying field agent now.
 

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@Falanouc I noticed your bio how do you get on with Prolific Academy? I've joined up but nothing as yet.

@Jon is there a place on this forum to get an activation code for roamler? I'll see if that way works.
 

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@Falanouc I noticed your bio how do you get on with Prolific Academy? I've joined up but nothing as yet.

@Jon is there a place on this forum to get an activation code for roamler? I'll see if that way works.

Drop me a PM once you get your post count to 10 and i'll give you our ongoing roamler code for you to use ;)
 

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I love Prolific but it's a site you have to be online a lot for and download an alert like VisualPing so you know there is a new survey there. That said, you're still only going to get on average £6 an hour. If you have skills like with wordpress, you can set your own rate as a freelancer on PPH and earn based on your skills - I'd much rather earn £35 an hour like I do freelancing than £6 an hour on surveys. That said, surveys do add up and are handy for a bit of extra spending money.

As is often mentioned here, it's all about prioritising the higher paying stuff and eventually dropping what isn't working out for you.
 

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@Falanouc oh yeah I'd prefer the higher rate myself but was thinking for the surveys in-between deliveries if stationary or no web work on, never heard of visual ping before is this the browser version you use? or a paid?
 

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@Falanouc oh yeah I'd prefer the higher rate myself but was thinking for the surveys in-between deliveries if stationary or no web work on, never heard of visual ping before is this the browser version you use? or a paid?

It's a browser extension for Chrome - free to download and it will alert you to when something changes on the page (so in that case whether a survey has been added or removed). Would never have caught anywhere near the number of surveys I do without it.
 
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