Earning money online can be pretty dangerous. If you sign up for something like that they are most likely to take it from you than giving it to you. I would recommend looking for a job .
There are MANY online companies out there willing to pay/reward people to take their surveys so they can get information that will be used to improve their products. One big survey company is big spot.com.
Ofcourse, there are many others out there. You can always do some research to find out.
2.) Minor things, such as getting paid to search.
Bing Rewards can give you up to 15 credits a day for just searching anything through their browser, and these credits can be redeemed for real life prizes (i.e. $5 Amazon gift card for 500 credits). They even have a feature where, if you're a gold member, you get discounts.
Qmee is another program that pays you for searching - and is unlimited. However, the reward won't pop up on your screen for every single search. Sometimes it may take days until you get one, other times within 1 hour or 30 minutes.
That's how the reward will look like on-screen.
If anybody else knows any other sites like these, let me know in the comments - I should start using these.
Try making a website
Here Are Some Ways to Make Money Online
You can write blogs - If you put some effort into your writing you may make some money writing blogs. Connect with Google Adsense to get paid or something similar. Here are a few examples:
(Again, Do your homework and make sure these are right for you)
Transcription work and Tasks
Mturk (Amazon Turk) - It's a website where you complete tasks for money. Now, don't expect to get rich or "make a living" out of it. It's basically slave labor. Lol But it's a good way to make a little pocket change. I can usually make anywhere from $30 to $50 a week. If you sign up go for tasks like Crowdsurf (Transcription) and Crowdsource (Ranking of Urls, Images, and Looking up Keywords, easy stuff) for starters. Again, slave labor wages a whopping 6 cents to 15 cents approximately per task.
Lionbridge, Appen Butler Hill, Leapforce - These jobs pay in the teens an hour. Some say $15 an hour and up. Make sure you do your homework of the pros and cons. A lot of people like the flexibility and pay. Others complain about the constant webinars and ever changing instructions to these tasks. There are great websites and forums I found so you can research the pros and cons:
Take pictures for money
Lol. I don't mean take selfies and sell them. I mean actual photography. So if you're good with a camera then you can go to these places and companies will pay to use your pics for part of their ads. Good thing is since they don't own the rights to your pics you can sell them over and over again! (Warning: Make sure none of these sites require a fee. Personally, I'm paranoid about stuff like that. So do your homework about doing stock photography and what sites are best for you!)
Acquire Points for Money and prizes
You can do tasks, surveys, games, watch videos for points and turn them in for gift cards, prizes and online cash.
Some sites you may like more than others. It depends on the person. But they are fun. Some people go on these sites so they can acquire gifts for their loved ones, gas money to look for a job, have paypal money for online purchases, or to get gift cards or use the points to buy things on places like Amazon.com. Again, you're not going to get rich or anything.
Be careful about surveys and offers. By doing too many offers and surveys you may risk the possibility of having your email inbox bombarded with junk mail. Although, if you want, you can have a separate email for when you sign up for offers or do surveys all the junk email goes there instead of your main email. Some people love to do surveys. Some people don't. It's just a preference.
Rent Your Stuff Out
You can rent out your clothes, storage (garage, shed, extra room in your house), parking space, your car, power tools, vacuum cleaners, etc. You can just about rent anything. Lol
Make sure you look into these sites. I heard you can exchange money through Paypal, require a security deposit and some sites offer a guarantee and reimburse you just in case your stuff gets "lost" (lol) or damaged. So make sure to look for that.
Well, there you go. I probably would put more down. I'm pretty sure I can think of some more, but my brain is overload right now lol.
-Heck you can even make crafts and sell them on Etsy
You can earn money online with https://vulkanvegas.com/en/category/roulettes or writing article as a freelance journalist.
There are also some good sites to earn money per click or through social networks.