Whether you are looking to make a full time income, or just want to make enough to have some fun money, the internet has a lot to offer. The majority of our family’s income comes from the online work we do specifically related to blogging and social media but since I realize that blogging isn’t for everyone, I wanted to share two of the non-blogging related sites I use to make money. While you aren’t going to become a millionaire, I definitely think using these two sites can benefit your family’s finances.
1. Sell your kid’s stuff on Swap.com. I’ve talked about this site before on the blog (read my review here) and I have to say that this is by far my favorite non-blog related way to make money. Not only do I make enough to cover a couple of utility bills every month with the money I earn from swap, but I also get to clear out all the outgrown clothes and shoes that are crowding up the boy’s closet. I haven’t even started sending in toys my boys don’t play with anymore so I expect the income I make from the site to go up even more once I start doing that. They also accept maternity clothes and will soon be accepting women’s clothing so it might be a way to easily sell all your clothes you don’t want anymore.
2. Search using swagbucks.com. Skip google and use the Swagbucks search tool. Doing so will give you the chance to get “bucks” which you can exchange for gift cards, paypal cash and a variety of other things. You can also get “bucks” for watching videos, taking surveys, shopping online, and more. While this site makes me less than swap.com brings in, I love that using this tool is so easy. I have earned a few hundred in gift cards doing something that took only a little bit of extra time.
Have any questions about either of these sites? I’m happy to answer any you may have so you can get started making money today!
2 thoughts on “Two Websites Moms Can Use To Make Hundreds Online”
WOW – I was not aware of swap.com. We have a plethora of clothes that our children outgrew. People these days want to pay only a $1 for used clothing when we have garage sales. Thx.