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Extra Income – 20 Ways to Make Extra Money In Your Spare Time


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There are ways to income in extra time. Yoursnews shows you how to make money with our top money making tips.

If money is tight, sticking to a budget and finding ways to cut back are advisable, but with a little imagination and effort you could find there are ways you can actually make money too.

Below are Yoursnews top 20 ways to make money – some are easier than others but all of them could see you make some extra cash.

“Making money is a happiness. And that’s a great incentive. Making other people happy is a super-happiness.”

1. SHARE YOUR ART
2. SHARE YOUR BOAT
3. SHARE YOUR CAR
4. SHARE YOUR CARE
5. SHARE YOUR CITY
6. SHARE YOUR CLOTHES
7. SHARE YOUR CREATIONS
8. SHARE YOUR DATA
9. SHARE YOUR DESIGNS
10. SHARE YOUR EAGLE EYE
11. SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE
12. SHARE YOUR FOOD
13. SHARE YOUR FRIENDSHIP
14. SHARE YOUR GOOD TASTE
15. SHARE YOUR HANDBAGS
16. SHARE YOUR HEALING TOUCH
17. SHARE YOUR HOUSE
18. SHARE YOUR IDEAS
19. SHARE YOUR INVESTMENT STRATEGY
20. SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE

1. SHARE YOUR ART

Creative Market: Sell your designs, website themes, fonts, photography and more.
TurningArt: TurningArt is a unique art rental marketplace for homeowners and workplaces. Artists earn royalties each time their work is rented, or when prints or originals are sold through the site.
Minted: This specialty store offers wedding invitations, stationery, home decor and other items from independent artists and photographers like you. Earn cash prizes for one-off contests and commission on on-going sales of your work.
Redbubble: Join the network of more than 350,000 independent artists selling their creative work on Redbubble. You have control over the price of your work, with most artists earning 10 to 30 percent of the retail price.

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2. SHARE YOUR BOAT

Boatbound: How often do you really get out on the water? With Boatbound.co you can rent your boat to your landlocked peers. A quick search of boats nearby yielded plenty of results with rates ranging from $300 to $2500 per day.
GetMyBoat: GetMyBoat.com is another peer-to-peer boat rental platform with listings all around the world.
Tubbber: You can find peer-to-peer boat rentals, primarily in Europe at Tubbber.com.

3. SHARE YOUR CAR

Uber: Uber is the proverbial 800 pound gorilla of the sharing economy. Their ride-sharing platform offers the opportunity to essentially start your own taxi service and earn money on your own schedule driving your neighbors around. On average, Uber drivers earn between $20 and $25 an hour.

4. SHARE YOUR CARE

Care.com: With more than 19 million members, Care.com is the largest marketplace for child care, senior care, pet care and house sitting.
UrbanSitter: If you love kids, this could be the perfect side hustle. Set your own babysitting rates, availability, and geographic area you cover. Because UrbanSitter charges parents a monthly membership fee to access the directory, you keep 100 percent of your earnings.
SitterCity: This is a huge marketplace for child care, with parents posting jobs every two minutes. Could be the perfect side hustle to find a fun gig near you.

5. SHARE YOUR CITY

Vayable: Vayable is a cool marketplace of unique travel experiences hosted by local insiders. If you have a passion for your city, love meeting new people and have always wanted to be a tour guide, here’s your chance.
GetYourGuide: Become a tour provider in more than 2,300 locations around the world. Get paid to show off your city to travelers.
ToursByLocals: If you already are a professional tour guide, you can use this platform to connect directly with your customers and earn a better living.
WithLocals: Host food and tour experiences in your city. So far, this site has more traction in Europe and Asia.

6. SHARE YOUR CLOTHES

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Style Lend: Rent your designer clothes ($200+ retail) through this new fashion sharing platform. The company will store your clothes for free and pay you each time someone rents an item of yours.

Swap.com: Sell women’s and children’s clothes through this online consignment store and earn money for each box of clothes you send in.
SwapStyle: Save money by borrowing or buying used designer clothes on SwapStyle or sell from your own closet.

7. SHARE YOUR CREATIONS

Etsy: Etsy is the largest peer-to-peer marketplace for handcrafted items. You’ll find thoughtful pieces for your home, office, kids, closet and more. And if you’ve got an artistic and crafty side, you can tap into Etsy’s wide audience of buyers and set up shop to sell your own handmade items.
Storenvy: Sell your own unique clothing designs, jewelry, crafts, art and more at this growing peer-to-peer platform for indie artists. It’s free to open your own Storenvy shop, where you can upload your items, set your own prices and get discovered by buyers on the platform. Storenvy takes a 10 percent cut on whatever you sell.
Zibbet: This marketplace features the work of more than 50,000 independent creatives in categories like home, jewelry, handmade and kid’s items. Create your own online storefront for $4 a month and they even have a tool that lets you syndicate your Etsy listings.

8. SHARE YOUR DATA

DataWallet: This startup promises to let you “reclaim the profits made with your data,” including what you choose to share on networks like Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Choose what you share and what companies you share it with, and earn up to $50 each time your data is sold.

9. SHARE YOUR DESIGNS

DesignCrowd: DesignCrowd is another crowdsourced graphic design marketplace where you can submit your creative design ideas based on client specs and win money when they choose yours as their favorite.
99designs: This is a well-known crowdsourcing marketplace for graphic design. If you’re a talented designer with a competitive streak you can enter design contests here and win cash prizes if your design is chosen.
ZillionDesigns: Another crowdsourcing marketplace where you can sell your logos, emblems, monogram designs and more.

10. SHARE YOUR EAGLE EYE

Scribendi: Scribendi hires proofreaders and editors to work remotely and correct client documents.

11. SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE

The Expert Institute: The Expert Institute connects subject matter experts (you!) with attorneys and corporations who happily pay for your analysis and opinions as an expert witness.
PopExpert: Create an account on PopExpert to provide live one-on-one coaching and advice on whatever topics you’re qualified to assist with. The platform seems oriented toward health, wellness and mindfulness, but does have experts in other areas as well. Set your own rates and conduct virtual sessions from your home or office at your convenience.

12. SHARE YOUR FOOD

EatWith: “Bringing chefs and foodies together one meal at a time.” Set your own menu, schedule and dining experience and earn up to $700 per event.
Feastly: Put your culinary skills up for sale by hosting group meals on the Feastly platform. During my discussion with Glenn Carter, he shared the story of one New York chef earning $1000 a month part-time on this site.

13. SHARE YOUR FRIENDSHIP

RentAFriend: According to RentAFriend.com, you can earn up to $50 an hour on this strictly platonic matchmaking site. You might get hired to accompany new friends to the movies, dinner, the gym, shopping or whatever you include in your free profile. And you choose who can contact you, whether it’s only women, only men or either.

14. SHARE YOUR GOOD TASTE

Kit: With Kit, you can share your favorite items without ever letting them out of your sight. You simply create a kit — that includes the essentials you bring on every business trip, for example — and make affiliate links to buy the products on Amazon. Earn money whenever someone buys the products you recommend.

15. SHARE YOUR HANDBAGS

BagBorrowOrSteal: Sell your designer handbags and accessories on consignment or take a lower offer price and get paid right away.

16. SHARE YOUR HEALING TOUCH

Soothe: Soothe operates by sending licensed massage therapists directly to the customers who request them. According to their website, Soothe therapists earn up to two times more than they would at a traditional spa and have more flexible work hours.
Zeel: Zeel is the Uber for massages. Licensed masseuses can fill their unbooked time on Zeel and set their own schedule. Therapists earn 75 percent of the sticker price (around $99 for a 60-minute massage), plus an automatic 18 percent gratuity.

17. SHARE YOUR HOUSE

Airbnb: Airbnb is one of the most well-known sharing economy platforms and is disrupting the entire hotel industry. I’m a fan of Airbnb as a user (I’ve stayed in Airbnbs in Philadelphia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey and Japan) and think it’s definitely a great way to monetize an underutilized asset under your own roof. We’ve even seen people buying investment properties solely for the purpose of turning them into Airbnb rentals. Your rates are going to be dictated by your local competition, which could be anywhere from $40 to $300 a night.
Home Away | VRBO: These well-established vacation rental sites specialize in rentals of entire homes and apartments. Making it easy for you to find a place to stay or make money at your own home while you’re on vacation.

18. SHARE YOUR IDEAS

Namestation: New companies are often looking for help coming up with names for their businesses or product lines. Namestation lets them crowdsource suggestions from creative people like you. They say their top contributors earn up to $300 a month part-time.
InnoCentive: Win cash prizes for your game-changing problem-solving ideas. This site has a more science and invention angle.

19. SHARE YOUR INVESTMENT STRATEGY

Motif: Motif Investing lets you create your own mutual funds — buckets of up to 30 stocks — and share them with others. When you join Motif’s Creator Royalty Program, you can earn $1 for everyone else who buys your Motif.
Instavest: This site makes it easy to replicate the stock picks of pro investors. If you’re an experienced investor, Instavest says you can earn up to $5,000 per investment thesis by sharing it on their site.

20. SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Udemy: With Udemy you can create a video course in your area of expertise, set your own price (up to $50) and put it up for sale on their platform of more than 10 million students. Udemy recently made some pricing and promotion changes that have dramatically cut earnings, but I’ve still earned over $10,000 on the platform and was consistently earning $200 to $600 a month. I like Udemy and platforms like it because you can create the asset once, and sell it again and again.
Skillshare: I’ve also syndicated my courses to Skillshare, where they don’t earn as much, but still bring in some incremental passive income.

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