I've been writing and reading fan fiction for years. I love it, it gives me a strong nostalgic feeling. I love exploring different territories and a plethora of paths with my favourite characters. Even though they're fictional characters, they feel like your best friends that you grew up with.
As a writer, there is nothing more satisfying than knowing that a reader is fully invested in my work. The money is nice, but I found feedback from readers a lot more rewarding. To this day, I still consider myself fortunate to have even earned a penny from my writings. I've decided to share 20 websites that I think are good to share and create written work for. I will also be mentioning both paid and unpaid work for this. Vocal.Media will also not feature on this list, but I think I can class it as an honourable mention.
There are loads of survey sites online that also offer the chance to complete offers for small amounts of cash, they are everywhere, and InboxPounds is one of the many available to use. But with so many similar sites available online, is it actually worth using InboxPounds?
One of the most popular ways of making money online is by using Paid To Click (PTC) sites, these are sites that pay their users very small amounts of money for clicking adverts and viewing their contents. And there is no shortage in paid to click sites, in fact, there are hundreds of PTC sites available online, some of them scams, some of them genuine. But with so many to choose from, is it worth spending any time on Clixsense?
According to an eMarketer report, e-commerce sales are expected to grow to $4.058 trillion in 2020. This indicates enormous potential of this market, and it is obvious that everyone will want a piece of the cake. Will you?
There's something to be said about being a freelancer. Like the name suggests, it offers a degree of freedom that most other kinds of work setups can't have. After all, most 9 to 5 careers will not allow you to do work in your pajamas, right?
There are so many survey websites available online, it can be hard to know which ones are worth doing and which ones are a waste of time. Valued Opinions is a survey site that has been around for many years and pays its users consistently, it has a good reputation, but does that mean it is actually worth spending any time on?