Making money fast is everyone’s dream. There are top ways to make money online and offline fast. The question you ask yourself as a South African is ‘how to make money fast’ in South Africa. In this article, you will read about some of the best ways to make money during your spare time without breaking the law.
Best ways on how to make money fast online and offline
1. Online surveys
An progressively fashionable method for students or graduates to make money fast is via paid online surveys. Research corporations are forever recruiting new members around the world to answer surveys and check new product.
Most survey companies require a few minutes of your time to fill in a form. By filling in a form, you will then be taken straight to different surveys and you will be paid cash or rewards. Most research companies pay between $5 and $6 per survey.
2. Affiliate marketing
If you have a website or a blog with enough traffic, you can start making money by signing up with affiliate companies and start promoting all sorts of services, products, companies and many offers online. Also, if you have good online presence such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, you can promote products and make serious money.
3. Sell second-hand course books
We’ve seen many students in South Africa selling second-hand books. Well, it’s a smart move for them. Selling second-hand course books makes a lot of money. At the end of the year, buy text-books from other students and sell them in February when colleges and universities reopen.
You can advertise on campus the books that you are selling or advertise online via Facebook Marketplace, Gumtree or OLX.
4. Buy and Sell domains
You can buy and sell domains online. You can check deleted domains by visiting expireddomains.net. If you come across a domain name that you like, buy and later sell it for a premium price. You can also register new domains on Afrihost or GoDaddy. To register a new domain with GoDaddy, it can cost you as little as R11.
5. Become a tutor
You can sell your education by becoming a tutor and educate other students. You don’t need to see students face-to-face. You can use WhatsApp video call, YouTube or Skype. You can go global with online tutoring websites.
6. Freelancing work
If you enjoy writing, designing and developing websites or managing social media accounts during your spare time, then consider freelancing jobs. There are so many freelancing jobs in South Africa. The best thing about freelancing is that you can work for clients in Botswana or America while you are based her in South Africa.
You can look for freelance jobs by visiting jobvine.co.za, indeed.co.za, careers24.com or pnet.co.za.
7. Forex Trading
Whilst forex trading ins’t necessarily an easy way to make money fast in South Africa, forex or investing in stock or options, can be lucrative if you know how to do it properly. There are successful forex traders in South Africa and you can learn how they made in this industry.
8. Start your own website
Another best way on how to make money fast in South Africa is by creating your own website. You can host your website with Afrihost or GoDaddy from as little as R50 per month. You can sell sponsored links/posts or advertise products on your website. You can also make money through Google Adsense or other affiliate programmes.
9. Link Builder
Another way to make money online is by selling links as a link builder. Approach different site owners who are interested in building backlinks and give them your sites so that they choose which sites they are interested in buying links from. For every successful link placed, the buyer will pay you a certain amount.
10. Uber Eats: Food Delivery
Now you can earn money by delivering the Uber Eats food orders that people in South Africa. You can deliver food using your scooter or car whenever you want. You can work for an hour, throughout the week, or a weekend.
These are some of the best ways on how to make money fast in South Africa. You are not limited to the above list. There are other ways to make quick cash.
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Contributing writer at Quick Read Magazine. Loves reading books. Passionate in exploring and cooking local cuisines. Enthusiastic as an amateur cricket player.