How to Make Money with Your Smartphone
January 17, 2020 (Investorideas.com Newswire) If you've had a smartphone for a while, chances are that it's already cost you a fair bit of money. But with every technological advance comes new ways to actually make money. Did you know that your smartphone could help you bring some more cash back in? If you didn't, then this is the article for you. In it, we're going to tell you a few different ways to use your smartphone to start making money. Some of them are easier than others, and they aren't all without risk. But if you need money, you need money-and your smartphone is here to help.
Auction and selling apps
There are loads of ways to sell stuff these days, and most of them you can use your phone for. While you might not be able to pop down to the local pawn shop, you can access similar services online. You already know what eBay is, but this is now much easier to use on mobile devices. There are also other auction and selling sites that are designed specifically for mobile use, and you can install standalone apps that'll help streamline the process. Selling online is easier than ever these days, and you don't even need a standalone computer anymore. A mobile phone is enough.
Selling your phone
Instead of making money on your phone, how about selling it? This is one of the easiest ways to make money with your phones that there is. There are so many places that still take phones these days and offer a good amount. Many models are in high demand. Yes, there's one issue with doing this in that you won't have a phone. But perhaps you'd be happier with a cheaper model? It depends how desperate for cash you are. Alternatively, you could have a spare phone lying around that you no longer need. Try seeing how much extra cash you could get by selling it. You might get more than you think.
Online surveys have been around for a long time. Some people complain that you can't actually earn that much money with them, but they can be a fun way to get a bit of spending money on the side. And remember, it might be awkward sitting at your computer all day taking online surveys, but if you use your phone on the bus then that's filling wasted time anyway. You could be earning as you go. Many of these online survey sites are now optimized for mobile.
There are loads of cashback and reward sites that work great with mobile devices. That makes it much easier to earn as you go and start making savings when you spend. Some of these apps will update immediately after a purchase so you can see how much cashback or rewards you're getting as you spend. Some of them also work for both online purchases and ones in real shops.
One of the best ways to make (or win) money with your mobile device these days is with mobile slots. Online casinos and betting has become massive in recent years. Other ways to gamble like poker might not work that well on a small phone screen, but slots re a great option. Try and find a good bonus to get started with and then you'll have even more money to play with. Again, this is great for when you're on the bus or have other downtime.
Hopefully, you can start making money with one or more of these methods thanks to your mobile phone.
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