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Wholesale Ted's 100 Websites & Apps To Make MONEY For FREE At Home Online (Working Worldwide 2021)

Sarah Chrisp from the YouTube channel, Wholesale Ted
Sarah Chrisp from the
YouTube channel, Wholesale Ted
If you've ever wanted a comprehensive list of ways to make money online, with no starting capital, Sarah Chrisp, from the YouTube channel, Wholesale Ted, has done all the research for you in this comprehensive video (embeded below), 100 Websites & Apps To Make MONEY For FREE At Home Online.

I'm going to admit that this post is just as much for me as it is for sharing information with you. While I could like, or bookmark this video if I need to go back to it again, if I add it to my blog I'm much more likely to remember it and know where to find it. 

I'm not affiliated with Sarah or Wholesale Ted, This post is not sponsored. However I am a subscriber and regular viewer of Sarah's YouTube channel. I highly recommend her videos if you have any interest in setting up your own Print on Demand or Drop Shipping online store.

I was going to go through and list out all the links for you, since Sarah didn't add them all to her video's description but then I thought, no, it's not my video, and the Wholesale Ted channel would probably appreciate the watch time. I will, however give my thoughts on some of the methods after the video below.


While I don't know many of these sites, I'm going to assume they're all legitimate ways to earn online. I'm not implying they're scams or shady, I'm just assuming they've all proven themselves as ways to earn at least lunch money for two or three lunches a week. 

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Sarah does give examples of people actually earning substantial amounts from each site, but often those results turn out to be non typical. 

For example, I've been trying to earn money with many print on demand sites like RedBubble and others for literally years and I still haven't cracked the code for making even $100 per year, let alone per month - and I've been really trying to solve what I'm doing wrong in the last year or so. I know it's possible but my niche radar is defective.

My only other thoughts on Sarah's list is to say be wary of anyone telling you paid survey sites are an easy source of income. It sounds easy, sit at your computer filling out surveys for a few hours a day but it does take a special kind of mindset to stick at it enough so it pays.

I've tried the paid survey route and I found it to be mind numbingly boring, soul destroying, and not worth the effort for how little each survey pays. Team this with, for whatever reason, constantly being rejected for surveys that at least sound interesting because I'm 'not in the demographic'...You don't just get rejected either. Often you'll have to do a preliminary, unpaid survey, to see if you fit the target market before you get to the actual paid survey. Have that happen to you several times during your 'few hours a day'... it's not the best use of your time.

If I could make one suggestion about which sites in this list you should look at first, lean towards ones that are mentally challenging, that feel like you're doing a little more than just making money. 

It's human nature to go straight to sites with the least amount of effort required. Those kind of money making sites can be great short term, but they're often the equivalent of being on a factory assembly line. Anyone can do them, therefore the pay is often less for the effort you put in and they're hard to sustain as a long term income stream.

Otherwise, have at. I hope you find something useful that at least buys you lunch a few times each week.

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