If you’ve got a work assignment overseas then you may not need to read this post though of course some people even with steady employment still use some of these options and indeed eventually their other sources of income may surpass their day jobs.
For those of you who don’t have a job overseas then this post is for you though it can also be used for people anywhere really as we all need to earn a living after all.
Internet work is one of the best ways for getting income while overseas. Not only do you often get paid in US dollars but you can do it anywhere whether you are staying in one location or whether you or travelling about. The other advantage is that you don’t need to get a work permit do do this type of work, nor do you need to commute in a new country where you may not have a driver’s license. For being overseas working on the internet is the ultimate for freedom.
Here are some of the ways:
- No work permit needed.
- No need to set up a bricks and mortar business.
- No commuting.
- Get paid in your the currency of your own country often directly into your bank account.
Some of the methods include:
- Creating and selling online products.
Advantages: You get all the income.
- Creating content sites with ads including adsense, textlink ads or chikita.
- No product to create
- No dealing with customers
- Receive payments directly into your paypal, bank account or by check
- Creating simple websites promoting affiliate products like Amazon or Clickbank.
- No need to create product
- No after sales supports. The product creators or manufacturers deal with all of that.
- Receive payments directly into PayPal or Bank Account.
Freelancer: Any skill from writing articles, graphics, pretty much anything you can do and you can try and sell your services here.
Fiver: Offer simple jobs from taking photos to singing here for 5 bucks each job.
Microworkers.com: Get paid anywhere from 10 cents to a few dollars to do small jobs like clicking on ads, voting for people on facebook, rating videos etc.
Clickchores.com: Get paid for small jobs like clicking on ads or signing up to websites. There’s good potential here but there aren’t enough jobs on this site to only use this one. Microworkers.com currently has a lot more offerings. No reason that you can’t sign up with several however.