Why would you want to make money online? Maybe because it is the easiest way to do it? You don't want to get out of your home in these crazy times? Maybe because you've heard of inflation, and you're almost broke and you need to pay your bills? Whatever the reasons may be, we got you. Take a look at our ideas on online jobs and maybe even try one. There are active ways you can earn money, but there are also "passive ways" for you to do it, so you might want to read this blog till the end. Shhhh...One passive way to earn an income is to provide your gaming PC on Clastr for gamers to connect to, and play games.
1. Pick up freelance work online
You can make money online through websites such as Fiverr, Upwork, Freelancer.com. They offer opportunities to do a variety of freelance jobs like writing, programming, designing, marketing, data entry, or being a virtual assistant. It is a great job for you if you want to sit at home by your computer, and get paid for it.
It doesn't matter what kind of freelancing you do, if you keep track of the going rate for the kind of work you provide, you will know if you're charging too much or too little. Payment varies by site. Each site has it's own payout terms and processes, and it is up to you to find the best for yourself.
2. Take surveys for money
You can make money while being at home by taking online surveys, but don't expect to make a lot of money. For this job you only have to be 13 or higher age, but it also varies by the type of survey that you are taking. Be aware that most of the sites offer gifts instead of cash.
Here are some of the sites you can use to take surveys:
You can register to sites and start doing your job just in a few minutes. It is a great potential way to earn extra income by sitting in your home by your laptop or computer.
3. Make money from your blog as an affiliate
If you are a blogger and you get decent traffic at your blog, you could make money by joining an affiliate network. As an affiliate, you get paid when someone clicks on the website to the partner site and buys something from there. Bloggers that do this make a lot of money. It is available at any age.
Here are some blog links you can try out:
You can purchase ads and get people to click on your site. If you do a very good job on ads, you are going to be more successful. You can probably say it yourself when an ad is cool and interesting for you, you mostly click on it, and if it isn't designed well enough and attractive you probably won't click it. If you manage to get a sponsor you will be getting much more money. Idea potentially worth trying.
It is a great and a very popular way to earn money these days. You will need a better PC to stream and solid internet. But don't expect streaming to be an easy money - in fact, around 90% of streamers never earn significant amount of money, and 99% of them never reach profit. But, if you manage somehow to get through the jungle of streamers, you will be golden (Not the retriever, but just golden). You can stream many different things, so you don't have to just play video games. For example, there are many people at Twitch that are "just talking" or doing some other kind of interesting activity.
10 years ago, it was unimaginable that live streaming of video games will become a profession on it's own. Today it's unimaginable that you can earn money with your PC by "borrowing" it as a part of a cloud infrastructure. Exactly that is the purpose of Clastr, a cloud gaming platform we are currently developing.
You can use Clastr to play video games or earn money from other people playing video games on your PC. Clastr connects gamer to your PC and enables them to use your resources for playing games. It's a passive income method of making money, and one of the best viable options here, if you have a good internet connection and a badass PC. If you don't have a good PC playing games, you can pay the PC provider to connect to their PC and play the games.
To make money with Clastr, you will need to Install a client application that you will run whenever you want to rent out your idle PC time. Clastr is in it's early stage of development, and will be ready for its first users in a couple of months. Right now Clastr core team is focused on solving problems that are related to latency, streaming, input delay, etc. If you are interested in trying out Clastr for yourself please subscribe to get updates here. Also, you can join their growing Discord community and get the latest updates from the founders themselves.