9 Quick Task Sites to Earn Extra Money Fast


Need to quickly make extra money but don't have that much time? A lot of us are in that situation. If you're a busy parent with plenty of household duties or you're already working a full-time job, it's important to remember that while your time may be constrained, you can still earn extra money online by doing versatile short tasks.

1. Swagbucks
Swagbucks is a great website for loyalty rewards which I have used for years. All you do is register and start doing short tasks to earn Swagbucks that can be refunded to some of your favorite retailers for cash via PayPal or gift cards. About 1,000 Swagbucks would get you a gift card worth $10.00 and 2,500 Swagbucks will earn you a gift card worth $25.

Some of the tasks involve watching videos, playing games, taking advantage of offers, surveying and online search. With Swagbucks, the easiest way to earn points is to use their search function that works just like Google, so that you can make money from simply browsing the web. They also have a Swag Code which they send out every day.

2. Inbox Dollars
Another site that works similar to Swagbucks is Inbox Dollars. Generally, when you register, you can earn a cash bonus and earn points by doing tasks such as reading emails, taking surveys and online searching. Inbox Dollars also pays you in cash versus gift cards.

3. UserTesting
Want to make money with your opinion? Register for UserTesting and get paid to check out the websites of other people. All you have to do as a website tester is visit the sites you have been sent and provide a video review of your expertise such as what you do or don't do like about the website.

Testers earn between $10 per 20-minute review so you'll be able to earn up to $30 per hour.

4. CashCrate
CashCrate is a short job site that pays for testing offers, taking surveys, watching videos and completing other short tasks online. Compensation per task ranges from just a few cents to $30 + and payments are made through check or PayPal.

5. Amazon Mechanical Turk
Amazon Mechanical Turk is among the most well-known short task sites which offers reward for what they call quick Human Intelligence Tasks (HIT).

Activities can range from doing online searches and office work to posting ads on the Craigslist and sorting through images. Tasks on this site don't really pay too well so if you're going to attempt it out, I would recommend that you only agree to do tasks that seem worth your time and enroll for another site on this list.

6. TaskRabbit
TaskRabbit is a platform that pays you in your local area to perform errands. You can bid on cleaning, delivery, personal assistant jobs and more, and work wherever you find it convenient.

7. Fancy Hands
Ever considered becoming a virtual assistant? Fancy Hands is a website where you can undertake one-off tasks such as making phone calls, internet research, data entry, and more. Pay differs between $3-$ 7.

8. Fiverr
Fiverr is a very famous gig site, which enables people to provide services for others in the short or long term. If you have any specific skills such as writing, graphic design, drawing, editing, video making, marketing, etc. on Fiverr, you can offer your services and set your own prices.

9. Just Answer
If you meet the required payout threshold of $25you can cashout you'll also earn $50 Amazon gift card for each referral, you can expect to get paid via PayPal on the first business day of each month.