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Over the years, there’s been more and more different ways to make money. Were my grandparents alive, they’d be utterly dumbfounded and confused over the fact I make money from writing things on online (and that’s after I’d have explained to them what “online” was!) But, technology is a wonderful thing (sometimes) and it’s definitely opened up our world and opportunities. So here are some different ways to make money online that ISN’T blogging:
Buying and selling wholesale clothing
Fashion is a big market so selling clothes online could be a good way to make money and even turn it into a full-time career. J5Fashion are a supplier of wholesale men and women’s clothing to big UK and non-UK based retail companies and wholesalers such as Boohoo, Pretty Little Thing, Pink Boutique, I Saw It First and more where we are also encouraging the newly start-up in-store and online boutiques selling via social medias and retailers such as justyourotufit etc. with an affordable fashion trend collections from past 10+ years.
J5Fashion supply wholesale clothing in the latest trends in both men and women’s fashion. Their new in women’s section contains some great pieces of faux leather, PU and satin shin which are all noteworthy trends at the moment. Some of my top picks include:
Obviously fashion is a huge industry so I can totally see the appeal of buying and selling clothes online. If you’re into fashion, this could be a good one for you to get your foot in the door of the fashion industry and spark up inspiration for selling your own pieces perhaps. The HUGE range on J5Fashion of options and styles is bound to spark inspiration. After 12 years of service, J5Fashion offer brilliant customer service, quick delivery and have a friendly team who are always on hand to help.
Obviously this one isn’t going to make you big bucks but it’s a handy little option if you’re looking to make a little extra cash each month. I wrote a blog post last year about the 3 top survey sites I use to make extra cash on my blog.
This isn’t something I’ve dabbled in yet although I really want to. Truth be told, I’m a little nervous about it. But some have had fantastic results on using matched betting, making hundreds a month. Matched betting is a technique whereby you profit from the free bets and incentives offered by bookmakers. If you’re a betting person, this one might be worth a try!
Sell your own creations on eBay or Etsy
A pretty obvious one but a good way to make money online that isn’t blogging is to sell your own products, artwork and creations on a platform such as eBay or Etsy. If you’re looking to really grow a business from it – Etsy is the one to use. This is a good option for those who still enjoy being on social media and promoting their own work.
I’ve done a bit of mystery dining in the past and although I was only paid for the meal, it was a great experience. Mystery shopping is where companies hire agencies to recruit mystery shoppers for various jobs and assignments. Shoppers will have to report back to the agency and receive a fee for doing so.
Fiverr or freelancing
If you’re not a blogger but love writing, then this is a good one for you. Freelance writing can be a great earner once you build up your reputation and client base. Often with repeat clients coming back to you for work time and time again. Fiverr is a good place to start with your freelance writing career!
Sell things you no longer need
Another fairly obvious one but ensuring you have a regular clear out of your house and sell the things you no longer need rather than just throwing them in the bin is a great way to make money. So if you don’t fancy getting up at 4am to do a car boot sale, check out eBay or Depop instead!
Do you make money online? Do you use any of the methods mentioned here?
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