Fiverr.com acts as a forum for creative types looking to make a few quick bucks. Participants list a service they’d provide for $5, ranging from the worthwhile (designing business cards) to the ridiculous (pranking an ex). The site takes a $1 broker’s fee.
Associatedcontent.com connects freelance writers, editors, and filmmakers with companies producing online content. Members consult the “Assignment Desk” to find work with sites like eHow or YouTube.
Tutor.com contracts college graduates to tutor online in math, science, English, or social studies. Tutors earn $10 to $14 an hour.
Justanswer.com allows customers to ask questions and name their price for an expert’s response. Experts, who are credentialed through “a fairly grueling” vetting process, keep “25 percent to 50 percent of what the customer pays.”
Source: Woman’s Day