Hi, visitor. Thanks for visiting this page.
More than likely, you’re here because you’re interested in making money over the Internet.
So, I’m going to start by stating this comforting fact: Earning money online isn’t hard.
Really. It isn’t.
Yes, earning $500 or more per month can be difficult, depending on your circumstances; your personality; and what knowledge, abilities, talents, skills, and tools you have.
But as long as you have a computer, mobile phone, or tablet that’s connected to the Internet, you can make $10, $20, $50, or even $100 online with relative ease.
And you can do so every month.
What would an extra $10 – $100 a month help you to do?
I know. It’s not a lot of money. But even just one dollar can be used to benefit yourself or somebody you care about.
So, I’m sure there’s at least one thing that receiving $10 – $100 every month would help you do.
Maybe it would help you:
– buy groceries;
– buy toiletries (e.g., soap, toothpaste, deodorant, hair care products, skin care products);
– buy cleaning products;
– buy clothes or shoes;
– buy makeup;
– pay your cell phone bill;
– pay your car insurance bill;
– pay your health insurance bill;
– pay your life insurance bill;
– pay for gas;
– pay for your Netflix, Hulu, or iTunes subscription;
– treat yourself and somebody else to a meal at a restaurant;
– treat yourself and somebody else to a movie at a movie theater;
– buy a gift for someone;
– buy a video game you want;
– buy a book you want;
– give financial assistance to a family member or friend;
– donate to a charitable or non-profit organization;
– invest in something that can help you make more income (e.g., your own online business); or
– simply save for an emergency or for something that’s expensive.
A small amount of money can serve you in so many ways.
That’s why it’s a good thing that there are companies that offer a free and easy way to earn a little money at home.
Easy Cash for Completing Small Online Tasks
Two companies that will pay you for doing tasks over the Internet are Amazon Mechanical Turk (mTurk) and Universal Human Relevance System (UHRS), which is partnered with the company Clickworker.
Both of these companies have existed for several years, and I’ve worked with and been paid by both of them.
Both are free to sign up with, and neither one requires you to submit a resume or to have any credentials, relevant skills, or relevant experience in order to be accepted as a worker.
(However, Clickworker will require you to complete and pass two or three assessments before you gain access the UHRS jobs.)
Amazon mTurk and UHRS are online marketplaces that connect companies, organizations, academic institutions, and individuals who need online tasks done with workers who will complete the tasks.
Known as microjobs, the tasks are usually simple and small.
Even though some of them require some skill, most of them require no skill or prior experience.
Some examples of the microjobs that are available on mTurk and/or UHRS include:
– data entry,
– completing surveys,
– tagging images,
– finding information through search engines,
– writing articles,
– transcribing audio files,
– comparing data, and
– analyzing data.
As a worker for mTurk or UHRS, you’ll be free to do only the tasks you choose to do. And you can work whenever you want to, as much or as little as you want to.
As far as I know, mTurk is open only to U.S. citizens who reside in the United States. The company no longer approves applications from non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. residents.
Clickworker, the company and website which workers can access UHRS’s microjobs through, is mainly for citizens and residents of Germany and the United States.
To learn more about mTurk, Clickworker, and UHRS, please click on the appropriate button below for each of the companies.