If you've already sold your used clothes, books, and other stuff, don't give up thinking of extra ways to earn more money. There are still many things to do in order to swell your wallet!
Attend opinions surveys
There are many companies that do researches and build focus groups in order to get opinions about new products, give your thoughts on certain politics, or any other kinds of surveys. You can sign in to participate, and they'll pay you for your time and opinion. If you'd like to do it online, you can write reviews on restaurants, beauty salons, shows, etc. on websites like Yelp!
Make your car profitable
You can turn your car into a mobile billboard and advertise products or services. That'll help you earn from $400 to $900 a month if you wrap your vehicle with some brands' marketing campaigns. Wrapify is one company where you can get more information about this original idea.
Rent a room
If you live in a big house, or you have free rooms now that your kids have moved out, you can consider renting some of these empty spaces. If you find a reliable and nice tenant, you could earn from $150 to $1,000 a month, or more. There are platforms like Spareroom that can help you to do this easily.
Pick up your camera…
…and start shooting! There many photobanks that need to include new material in their business. If you are an amateur or professional photographer, you can earn some money by posting your pictures. Take a look at sites like 123RF.com and Shutterstock to see how they work, and start offering your photos to license.
Many companies need to know the customer's experience in order to improve their services. Mystery shoppers can make a full-time income by working only a couple of hours a day, and you can have some fun experiences at the same time. There are some offers in Mobee, where you can even earn points while doing this job and redeem these rewards wherever you want!
Offer your company
Believe it or not, there are a lot of lonely people that will gladly pay for some company. Elderly adults may need someone to help them with their errands, or just to share a meal. You can also take care of children or pets when the adults in the house are busy. Just spread the word in your neighborhood and surely you'll find someone that would like your company -and is willing to pay for it!