7 websites that pay you for your daily activities

Did you know that there are websites that pay you to complete small tasks or use your existing skills? Most people are aware of freelance opportunities online.

However, receiving payment for tasks or abilities does not always equal freelance work. On the other hand, it’s something you can do on top of your regular job – and you don’t need a degree or any special skills to get started!

If you want to know more, keep reading! After all, who doesn’t like to earn a little extra cash now and then?

Where to find websites that pay you daily

Since individuals have different time requirements, you may find that not all of the sites listed here will fit into your daily schedule.

However, one of the advantages of these sites is that you don’t need to spend too much time on them. Many of these tasks can be completed in 15 minutes or less, or they involve steps that fit nicely into your regular routine. Let’s discover some of them!


Have an eye for photography but not interested in doing it professionally? Some websites pay you for your photos!

Mousse is one such site. Upload your best photos and receive $5 for each one you sell! another website, Snapwire, is achievement-based. So customers can request the type of image they want and you can upload one that they might like.


Fiverr is a popular platform that allows users to search for services they need, such as graphic design or jingle writing, and find someone offering that service for a fee. Since all transactions are processed through the Fiverr platform, you don’t have to worry about completing the job and not getting paid for it. Anything you excel at can be listed on Fiverr!

People per hour is a site similar in concept where you can create a profile page listing the services you provide, and potential customers can find you when they are looking for a specific service.

If you’re looking to supply crafts locally, consider using Practice to promote you. Whether you’re interested in cleaning, lawn work, or general handyman work, you’ll be sure to find someone looking for your services!

UI testing

New applications, software products and websites are created every day. All of these new platforms require real people to test them to ensure that the user experience is intuitive and user-friendly.

With To register, you can act as a tester to provide feedback to developers on what works and what could be improved. And it’s not the only one: TryMyUi and User testing both offer monetary incentives for testing new sites.

-Tony O. Lawson

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