Earn an Extra $240 a Month Captioning Videos for Rev

Earn from $200 to $1500 extra a month captioning videos online

Rev is a freelance closed captioning business that pays remote workers to write captions for videos.  No experience is necessary, and those that work for them say the videos are usually interesting, sometimes educational, and can even be fun.   How Much Does Rev Pay? The pay is not huge, but it isn’t bad either considering there is no previous experience required.  Generally projects pay between $.50 to $.75 per video minute.  If you know anything about transcription you know that an audio minute is different than and actual minute, and the same is true of a … [Read more...]

Our Ten Favorite Extra Cash Online Gigs

Find out how we make hundreds of dollars with these ten extra cash sites/apps.

Making extra cash online is so easy to do nowadays. There are many ways to earn here and there, the best thing to do, however, is to find things that you enjoy or are easy for you to keep up with. Once you find the right extra cash gigs, then you start earning money easily- after time that money can really add up and help pay for special events or possibly get you out of a short financial bind. I've chatted with the other writers here at WAHAdventures and we have compiled a list of our top places to earn extra cash online or with our smartphones.   1. Slice … [Read more...]

An Honest Review of ReviewStream.com

Get paid to review the things you already have and use.

Have you ever hoped you could get paid for doing something simple? Review Stream may be a hidden gem that neither you nor I knew much about previously. However, with a little research I’ve been able to learn a little more information about ReviewStream.com. I will be the first to admit that this website does seem rather confusing and it does take a little clicking around to understand what’s going on. Here’s what I’ve gathered:   Basic Concept of ReviewStream.com As you probably guessed, Review Stream is a website that pays you to write reviews. They don’t … [Read more...]

A Second Look at Thumbtack

Find clients for your freelance work through Thumbtack...but there are pros and cons to consider.

One of my post popular posts was a review of the networking site, Thumbtack, which published on September 10, 2012.  The post received over 60 comments, and still continues to receive them to this day.  At the time, opinions varied on whether Thumbtack was a legitimate service or not. Personally, I have never doubted that Thumbtack is a legitimate site and service.  I chose to close my account, because the site was not as user friendly as I thought it could be, and the leads were expensive.  Sometimes the leads were as much as $8 each, which was non-refundable, … [Read more...]

iPoll: Surveys and Tasks

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When I registered for iPoll, I thought it was a new-to-me survey site, I was surprised to find out I was already registered.  Turns out it used to be called Survey Head.  They changed the name to iPoll and dropped the Survey Head brand when they launched their mobile app. What is iPoll? iPoll is a survey site that also has a mobile app.  You can do surveys online, or through the mobile app, and my experience was that there were different surveys offered depending on whether you were online or on the app. What Makes it Different? Survey sites are old news, so I will … [Read more...]

Five Things I Hate About Elance

Reasons I hate being a freelancer for Elance

Elance was one of the first places I turned to when I started working from home as a freelancer. I landed a few gigs and even had a few long-term clients for about a year. However, just because something is good, doesn’t mean it will last forever. Elance has some great things going for it, but here are 5 things I cannot stand about Elance. #1. Waiting for money I’m not going to lie. I did a few social media updates and a blog post for a client and I’m still waiting on that money. This can be so very frustrating because I worked for that money and I want it now. … [Read more...]