July has been the most successful extra income month since I began tracking in March! If you’re new to my content I set monthly goals over on my Instagram. I then publish exactly how I make extra money online. July’s goal was to make £75 and my final total was £145! Here’s how I made it:
Streetbees – £6.00
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July was another fairly quiet month for surveys. I did a couple about what I feed my dog and the treats I give her so managed a small payment. The total I’ve made on Streetbees now stands at £37.60.
Voxpopme – £10.43
Referral reward – *If you sign up using my Voxpopme referral link we’ll both get £1 when your first response is approved!
In July I got a nice little payment for recording my responses to questions on Voxpopme. I’ve gotten used to being on camera now and I find these 60 second clips really easy to do. The payments per survey can be pretty small (I’ve had a few at 25p) but they seem to mount up quickly.
GfK – £1.00
I won a £1 Amazon voucher when taking part in GfK MediaView surveys in July. I signed up, downloaded the app and quickly rated the TV programmes I watched the previous day every evening. It only takes a minute as I don’t watch a lot of terrestrial TV and I get entered into giveaways which happen every week.
Total – £17.43
Find out more about the best paid survey apps.
SnapMyEats – £10.00
I had a really good month with SnapMyEats in July. You simply scan your food and drink receipts and earn a £1 reward credit for every 3 valid receipts you submit per month. If you submit the maximum 15 valid receipts in a month you earn £5.
Shoppix – £5.00
Shoppix allows you to earn tokens for scanning receipts, doing surveys and occasionally rating your experiences of certain shops. You can also earn scratchcards which reveal if you’ve won a prize or not.
ZipZero – £6.00
By scanning your receipts in ZipZero you can earn 1% of the value of your purchases. The payments are sent to your utility bills (electricity, gas, water, internet, phone bill and council tax) and I use mine towards my gas and electricity bill.
HuYu – £5.00
HuYu has been a bit of a slow burner but in July I cashed out my first £5 Amazon voucher. You earn points for scanning receipts from certain shops and completing surveys.
Total – £26.00
Find out more about the best receipt scanning apps.
TopCashback* – £2.53
I always use cashback sites when shopping online and have also been taking part in TopCashback’s summer treats giveaway and have won a couple of small cash prizes.
Quidco* – £5.30
I made a couple of purchases through Quidco and earned some cashback in July. I suggest always comparing cashback rates on Quidco and TopCashback before deciding which site to purchase through.
Total – £7.83
Coral – £13.11
Coral are still running a promotion called The Rewards Grabber where you can win free spins and more on their casino games. You use the grabber to select a symbol and reveal if you’ve won a reward. I seem to be getting less lucky as the weeks go on but I’ve still been logging in every day and have had a few small wins.
William Hill – £0.60
William Hill are running a similar promotion called Bonus Explorer. For this you collect symbols to win free spins and other prizes. Again I feel like this promotion is getting worse the longer it continues and I didn’t win much in July.
Betfair* – £0.06
Betfair have the odd promotion on and I take part whenever I see free spins appear in my account. I didn’t manage a big win but every penny counts!
I managed to get my hands on a free £5 voucher for Tombola and won £20.20 with free spins. I played Golden Gongs and upped the wager so the prize pot increased.
Total – £33.97
Find out more about making money with free casino spins.
If you have any issues around gambling it may be best to avoid these types of promotions.
Second Hand Selling
eBay – £7.16
In July I sorted through our games collection and decided to list a couple on eBay. One of them sold so I made a small amount.
Total – £7.16
Sponsored Posts – £53.10
Since returning to blogging I’ve managed to boost my domain authority back up to a point where I can take on paid work. In July I did my first sponsored post in a while working with a blogging agency. I’ll be writing a detailed post on how to make money blogging later this month.
Total – £53.10
Grand Total – £145.49
If you’re interested in finding more ways to make extra money online and you’d like to see how I did on previous months check out my June extra income blog, May extra income blog, April extra income blog and March extra income blog.
If you’ve found this post helpful and are thinking of trying any of these ways to make some extra income yourself please use my referral code or links when provided. These will often give you extra rewards to get you started and provide me with a small bonus for recommending you.