Need Some Summer Cash? 18 Ways to Make Money This Weekend!

One of these might be just right for you!

Teach an online course

More than 15million people use Udemy’s online teaching marketplace. If you have an area of expertise you can post a course and have people join your course.  The site boasts over 20,000 passionate instructors and 45,000 courses, so if you want to stand out, you’ll have to create quality material to be recognized. The average instructor makes $8,000  Resell items from thrift stores or your attic

Go to a thrift store and pick up some books, picture frames, or dresser.  And then list your products on Craigslist, Facebook, or Offerup. Find something in your attic or basement that’s been collecting dust.  Someone may be able to make use of your items.

Sell items on Amazon

Amazon is the largest online merchant with more than 50% of all online searches starting with the merchant. They make it really easy for merchants to join their platform. Nearly 3M merchants account for about 50% of all of Amazon’s sales.

An easy way to start is to buy a bundle of products from the dollar store, list it online and get started.  Amazon will take their cut, but a popular product could lead to hundreds of dollars a day.

Rent out your house

If you live in a city where a big event is happening, or where tourists come very often, consider renting out your home on Airbnb to make some cash! You can become a host in the following three listed ways. Sites like Tripping, FlipKey and HomeAway are alternatives if you are interested in renting out your home.

Sell your used books

If you have old books and textbooks sitting around, BookScouter will search online buy-back sites to find the ones that will offer you the most money for each book. You will not only get some cash but also have some cleaning of the space the books had occupied for a long time.

Temporary work

Many offices need temporary workers, so old-school companies like Kelly Services do still exist and list such opportunities. aggregates listings by location. Do an Internet search to find local listings and get your weekend job in an instant, if you continue doing that for a few weekends and keep on successfully getting job you get a good profile made.

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