We all want a bit more money in our lives, but most of us feel like we don’t have the spare time available to make it. Luckily, I have some money making ideas that involve no effort to share with you.
Be a Mystery Shopper
For market research purposes, businesses pay a lot of people to visit shops and buy products. This allows businesses to find out what their competitors are up to, what their customer service skills are like and where their weaknesses lie. This process is called mystery shopping, and you can become a mystery shopper.
This is great because you’re being paid to buy products and any money you spend will also be covered by the company that hired you. All you have to do is sign up online, and a business will be in contact with you to discuss the possibility of you becoming a mystery shopper for them.
You’ve probably seen cars driving down the street with a big advertisement down the side. You might have thought that they look pretty stupid. But, as stupid as it might appear to you, that person will be getting paid a lot of money from a company to have that advert on the side of their car.
So, they’re getting money for doing absolutely nothing. This is something you should be doing too. Who cares how your car looks from the outside if it’s bringing you in a heap of extra cash each month! You’ll be surprised at the amount of money businesses will pay for this kind of advertising.
If you invest in the places, you can usually just sit back and watch the money roll in. You do have to know where to invest and make changes here and there though. But, considering the amount of money you could potentially bring in, the effort involved is actually relatively small by comparison.
If you want to make money, you should invest in businesses that are on the rise. Yelp stocks or stocks in digital businesses are very popular at the moment as they’re seen as being on the up. Wherever you invest, you should find out as much about the business as you can beforehand.
Start a Blog
If you have a hobby or something you love, you should start to write about it in your spare time. You might even be able to make some money out of it. And if you love the subject about which you’re writing, it won’t feel like you’re even putting in any effort either. Blogging should be a pleasure and something you enjoy.
Once the blog is up and running, you can start to build up a consistent readership and prove to potential advertisers that you have something to offer to them. The more people that read your blog, the more money you’ll be able to demand in the way of advertising money.
These ideas will all allow you to make some extra money without having to put in much effort at all. What’s not to like about that?