There are many ways to earn & save money online that we already do or that can be done easily, so I’ve decided to start a Ways to Save & Earn Tips section to share as many ways as I know that can help out.
I’ve been learning design over the past few years and enjoy dabbling in it and have so many files that I did’t know what I was going to do with, until I found out that I can sell them on Stock Photo sites.
This is a great way to keep yourself busy during the lock down. Create all of the designs that you never have time to and then upload them to a Stock Photo site and sit back and earn money. You can also upload and sell your Photography.
Sign Up as a Contributor:
Can stock Photo
Create an account. Complete an application. Upload your photos. Earn a Commission
I earn the most money from Can Stock because they don’t require you to buy s subscription or credits to buy their images. You can, but you don’t have to. I usually only buy images when I’m being lazy and I don’t feel like or have time to create a button or banner, but if your someone who would download often then I definitely recommend getting one of their packages. It’s a Win, Win either way. You save more here and you make more here.
Can Stock goes buy a payment scale that goes by the size and type of the image and they pay 50%. For example, If someone buys a X-Large JPEG without a subscription they would pay $2.50 and you receive $1.25. Unfortunately the Subscription downloads only pay $0.25 for a Small and $0.35 for Large, X-Large and Vector.
Believe it or not it does add up once you get going. It helps if you have popular content. I do a lot of things that bloggers can use for their website designs, buttons and banners, but I also make it so it can also be printed out and used by scrapbookers.
Can Stock has a few payout options. Paypal has a $50 minimum and Check and Skrill both have a $100 minimum or you can Convert Your Earnings to Credit. You can do this as needed or buy a large amount. I’ve noticed it’s about a dollar less using my credits instead of buying it.
Once you become a Contributor you’ll be able to cash out once you reach $50 (the minimum) but you don’t have to. Payment options are Paypal, Skrill and Payoneer and will be received within 14 business days.
At 123RF.com your commissions depend on your Contributor Level.
You don’t have to worry about cashing out, once your account reaches $50 you will automatically be paid to the payment selection you chose in your account. Payments are usually there by the 17th of the month. Payout options are Paypal, Payoneer and Moneybookers/Skrill.
Check out My Portfolio & Become A Contributor Today
Adobe Stock (Formerly Fotolia)
Adobe Stock used to be Fotolia and it’s a lot different now, I’m still getting the hang of it, but it looks like you’ll be able to do a lot more. One thing that they have done is lowered the minimum cashout. Fotolia was $50, but Adobe Stock allows you to cash out to Paypal or Skrill with a minimum of $25.
Check out My Adobe Stock Libraries OR Become a Adobe Contributor
(this is not a paid post. opinions & experiences stated are my own. I’m a contributor at all of these sites and I am using my accounts referral links)