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Cashback companies collaborate with well-known brands to give you substantial discounts on their website. Pixabay

BY- JAYA CHOUDHARY

We often restrict our level of imagination to daily jobs out of fear of failing to make it if we start our own. Although it is appropriate to remain committed to your 9-to-5 career, starting a side hustle is not a bad idea. In reality, it not only provides you with additional funds but also encourages you to be more creative. So, here are six side hustles you can do to supplement your income.


  1. Retail flipping

Retail sites sell anything and everything, but many people have no idea how much their possessions are worth. You may make a passive income by reselling these low-cost products for a significant profit. Retail flipping is an effort-based job. You’ll make more money if you put in more effort. You will find a reliable source of discounted products if you are good at analysis. Electronics and furniture, for example, can be extremely useful discoveries if you find the right buyer. The best advice is to start small and work your way up to the big-ticket items.

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2. Informational products

It’s possible that your hobbies have nothing to do with your profession. You can make money simply by talking about the stuff you like, whether you are a fisherman or a motorcycle enthusiast. Informational goods are created by a variety of homegrown experts who educate millions of people. You can transform your hobby into a steady stream of passive income by creating e-books, video courses, and guides. The best thing is that you just have to put in the effort once and then sit back and watch the money roll in.


Informational goods are created by a variety of homegrown experts who educate millions of people. Pixabay

3. Media assets

You can turn your imagination into media assets if you are a creative head. A photograph or a podcast are examples of media properties. You get a small amount of money every time anyone uses your creation. Select the type of asset you want to create, and then put your ingenuity to work putting it together. If you love to travel, edit and sell your photographs. Likewise, if you know how to animate stuff, publish your artwork online.

4. Paid micro tasks

There are numerous small niches on the internet where you can make money. Certain websites, for example, can pay you small sums of money to complete short and simple tasks known as microtasks. Receiving emails or watching short videos are examples of microtasks. A few of the popular platforms include Inbox dollars which offer a wide range of micro activities and missed play which specializes in playing simple online games.


Receiving emails or watching short videos are examples of microtasks. Pixabay

5. P2P lending

If you’re looking to get into investing, peer-to-peer or P2P loans are a great way to get started. A peer-to-peer loan is when you lend money to a borrower from a third-party source. You can invest in P2P loans through a variety of online marketplaces. These loans do require a greater initial investment, but the interest rates on your savings would allow you to earn more money over time.

ALSO READ: Employment Report: Freelance Jobs In India Grew 22 Percent In January 2021

6. Cashback companies

Did you know that your online purchases could earn you money? Many online services, in reality, provide cashback. These programs compensate you for transactions you would have made regardless. Cashback companies collaborate with well-known brands to give you substantial discounts on their website.


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