17 Websites to Make up to $100 per Micro Job – Easy, Fast Work!

– Have you ever found
yourself short on cash? Maybe you don't have enough
money to go out with friends, or more seriously, cover some bills. If so, you know how frustrating it can be to need extra money but have
no way of actually earning it. Fortunately, if you want
to make some extra money you can do so with micro jobs. (gentle music) Hi, I'm Marissa with DollarSprout. Over the last decade, the
gig economy has exploded, and so has the need for millions of people to complete micro jobs.

Micro jobs are small, easy
tasks that can be completed in a short amount of time. And they earn you between
three to 100 dollars. These jobs are often online jobs, and you can do them from home, and they don't require an
interview, meetings, or set hours. They're great for making
extra money on the side, although micro jobs can be competitive, and the pay isn't always great. But if you're in a pinch
and need money fast, micro jobs that pay same day cash might be the perfect opportunity. You can find most micro jobs online. There are a variety of micro job sites that offer options to
workers who want to get paid to do tasks online.

But if you don't want to work from you can also find
community-based micro jobs like helping neighbors
with short household tasks like lawn mowing or grocery shopping. So here are the 17 best places
to find micro jobs online. If you want to read more about small jobs to make money from home, check
out the link to our blog post in the description box down below. Number one, Amazon
Mechanical Turk or MTurk. With Amazon MTurk you can make quick money without much investment. Workers can work on human
intelligence tasks to earn money. Small tasks include
processing images and videos, cleaning up and verifying data, online typing jobs, gathering information, or processing data. Amazon MTurk workers help Amazon sellers edit their product listings, and provide the best
information to buyers. Which helps sellers make
more sales, and helps buyers make the best purchasing decision. You can receive payment
when you complete a task. New workers will not
be able to get earnings for 10 days, but after
that you can disperse your earnings to a bank account
or Amazon payments account.

And MTurk workers report earning
six to 10 dollars per hour. Number two, Swagbucks. Swagbucks awards points for doing things that you normally do online. You can earn swag bucks points by shopping at major online retailers like Amazon, or by taking surveys, watching
videos, and playing games. 1,000 points equals 10 dollars, and once you reach the
10 dollar threshold, you can start redeeming
them for cash cards, or gift cards at major retailers, like Walmart, Amazon and iTunes. They even had specials where you can get gift cards at steep discounts well below the normal cash value. Number three, inbox dollars.

InboxDollars is a micro job site that allows you to earn cash for doing normal online activities. You can earn money by taking surveys, watching videos, reading
emails, playing games, or completing other micro jobs online. You can also earn cashback
for shopping online, and get free samples and free coupons. InboxDollars pays out in cash, which is a great benefit,
and earnings vary for each activity. According to InboxDollars,
surveys pay up to five dollars. Members can request a payment at anytime as long as their account
balance exceeds $30. Number four, Fiverr. Fiverr is great for completing small tasks if you are a talented designer,
artist, writer, or musician. You can sell your services on Fiverr, which is like an active online
marketplace for micro jobs.

Fiverr has facilitated 50 million gigs with prices ranging from
five dollars to $10,000. To get started sign up with
Fiverr and create your profile. Then, setup your account
with which services you'll offer, and how to price it. Like designing a logo for $10. If you're unsure how
to price your services, check out similar offerings to see what they're doing as a guideline. To get gigs, you can bid on requests, or let customers come to you. After connecting with a customer, you'll negotiate terms and conditions, and then start working on the project. Once you deliver on your gig, Fiverr transfers payment to you. You receive 80% of the gig
fee, and Fiverr takes 20%. Number five, Clickworker. As a Clickworker you can earn money by doing micro jobs like correcting text, online typing, taking
surveys, or categorizing data. Clickworker also hires
people to proofread, do copy editing, test apps, and make short audio and video recordings. The work is flexible and can
be completed on your schedule. As far as payment goes,
you can choose weekly or monthly payments to get
paid for your services.

To get started fill
out a free user profile and complete a skills assessment. If you do well on the assessments, you'll be matched with the best jobs. You'll receive payment
when you complete a job. Payment varies by tasks with
more complex jobs earning more. You can request an instant
payout of your account when your balance reaches five euros, which is about $5.61 USD
for a PayPal payment. Number six, Appen. Appen provides companies in retail, transportation and other industries with large scale data for machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. This data can help
scale image recognition, voice transcription and
search result personalization. To help enhance their data sets, Appen hires workers to do
remote online jobs from home. If you do micro tasks with Appen you'll be hired to rate apps,
perform web search evaluations and do language work like
transcription and translation. It's all computer-based, which makes this a great work from home micro job.

Number seven, ySense. With ySense you can get
paid to take surveys, try a new product, service or app. Your earnings will vary based on a number of different variables, like
how many tasks you complete, and how often you're logged in. You can receive an
instant payout with cash when you have reached the
minimum eight dollar amount. Number eight, Figure Eight. Figure Eight offers tasks
to find errors in data, text and spreadsheets, transcribe
voice to text, and more. You can sign up to work on
tasks and get started quickly. Figure Eight keeps track of
the accuracy of each project and as you complete more tasks accurately you can level up and take
on more complex jobs.

Contributors receive
their earnings via PayPal, and requests are processed once a week. Number nine, Gigwalk. Gigwalk is a unique gig economy job. It's a mystery shopping and micro jobs app that allows you to work in your local area retailers will post
gigs asking gig walkers for information about local stores. You might complete small
tasks like confirming whether items are on shelves, checking if pricing is correct, and validating promotional displays. You'll use the Gigwalk
app to show the stores that you visited. You'll also use the app to submit photos documenting your work. Gigs pay anywhere from three to $100, and you get paid out through PayPal. Number 10, Field Agent. Another great way to get
paid to do tasks online is by completing market
research jobs with Field Agent. Field agents help
companies answer questions about store displays and brand visibility. These micro tasks include
checking product pricing, verifying if special
displays are setup correctly, conducting research on
competitor marketing, or surveying customers for
their opinions on products.

You can cash out your earnings
to a prepaid debit card, or directly to your bank account. These micro jobs with Field Agent usually pay between one to $12. Your earnings will accumulate
in your Field Agent account until you request an instant payout. Number 11, Scribie. Scribie hires at-home workers to perform audio and video transcription services of short files to customers. Scribie is known for giving its customers 95% accurate transcriptions,
so to work for them you need to submit an application and take a transcription test. To succeed with this micro job you should be able to easily
comprehend spoken English and understand conversations. You'll have to make decisions
based on the context of the conversation, and identify errors. You can earn between five to $25 per hour of audio transcription. Scribie even offers raises
based on performance, and you can withdraw your
earnings at anytime to PayPal. Number 12, Skyword. Skyword is a micro job site that matches freelance writers,
photographers, and designers to brands looking to connect
with their audiences. The Skyword platform handles assignments, schedules and payments. You can get started with Skyword by creating a profile and
submitting samples of your work. Now be sure to fill out
your profile completely to be able to appear
in the search results.

Skyword pays per assignment, and payments are made via PayPal. Payments are made twice a month depending on when you complete each job. Number 13, The Smart Crowd. Smart Crowd offers crowdsourcing jobs related to data research and data entry, as well as translation and interpretation of different languages. Smart Crowd helps global
brands successfully market, sell and support
their products worldwide. The small tasks for this job include helping improve the quality
of internet services, processing transactions, or
using online mapping services. Rates vary by task and they
pay their workers once a month. There's no fee to sign up
with Smart Crowd either. You can sign up on the
Smart Crowd website, complete at least one placement
evaluation, and get started. Number 14, TaskRabbit. If you like working with your hands and helping your local community, TaskRabbit might be a
great way for you to earn some extra cash. TaskRabbit is a
service-based micro jobs app that connects customers with people who can help them around the house. My husband Jacob did this for some time while we were trying to
quickly increase our savings.

Now he is already a handy guy, and he completed tasks like mounting TVs, working on minor car
repair and moving items. There are a ton of random
tasks people need help with, and TaskRabbit is a great
place to find someone to help. To work with TaskRabbit you need to submit an online application, and
attend an informational session in your area. After you've completed
the registration process, the TaskRabbit app will notify
you of jobs in your area. You choose your rates
and negotiate job details with the client. Jobs pay between $50 to
$130 per task on average. Number 15, UserTesting. UserTesting allows brands
to observe customers interacting with their apps, products, and marketing material. When you work with this micro job site you'll visit a website or app, complete a set of tasks,
and give feedback. This helps brands
understand how their site, app, or branding resonates with customers.

You'll earn $10 for every
20 minute video you make, and user testing makes
payments via PayPal. You'll receive your payment seven days after completing a task. User testers need access to a computer and internet connection. You must be at least 18
years old and speak English. You also have to apply
to start this micro job by sending in a sample testing video. There will be a waiting period, which varies in length,
where UserTesting confirms the quality of your recording. And when you're approved you'll get emails notifying you of testing opportunities. Ultimately, UserTesting is a great fit for people who are comfortable sharing their opinions on video. Number 16, Fancy Hands. Fancy Hands connects customers
with virtual assistants to complete a wide variety
of tasks on demand. You can complete micro
tasks via Fancy Hands like booking a dinner reservation, or calling the cable company.

Virtual assistants can
complete jobs from home, and are paid per task. Starting pay is around three
to seven dollars per task, and with fancy hands you
can set your own hours. You'll just need a computer, a
reliable internet connection, and an audio headset with a microphone. If you enjoy doing
different types of tasks and are comfortable talking on the phone, you should enjoy being
a virtual assistant. Number 17, CashCrate. CashCrate brings together
legitimate opportunities to make money online by listing different online micro jobs, like taking paid surveys,
finding a side hustle, earning rewards, and
finding shopping discounts. On the CashCrate site you
can gather information on programs like points
club, which is paid surveys, Swagbucks with their rewards, and Rakuten for shopping discounts. Payouts follow the guidelines
of each individual program. Micro job sites that connect
you with small jobs at home can be a great way to make money online. But you also have to remember
that since the tasks are small oftentimes so is the pay. To maximize your earnings,
do your research to find the best micro job sites
that match your skills and interests, and allow you to complete small tasks on your own time.

These jobs probably won't be replacing the income from your nine to five, but they can bring a little extra cash when you don't have many other options. If you're wanting to learn more
about making money from home don't forget to subscribe to the DollarSprout YouTube channel, and check out our side hustles playlist. Lastly, give this video a
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