7 Weird But Genius Ways Anyone Can Make More Money

Take selfies

Fashionistas everywhere, this one is for you! If you’re interested in fashion and spend lots of money on clothes, there is also a way to get that money back and then some. Snap a selfie wearing your latest purchase and upload it to Stylinity. For every uploaded photo with your tagged clothes, you can receive reward points if another person sees your photo and buys one of the clothing items you’re wearing.  These can subsequently be transformed into money or real products. What better way to turn your fashion addiction into a profitable gig?

 

Take part in clinical trials

Most clinical trials are Phase One drug testing, which means you’re among the first people to try a drug. Not many people like the idea of becoming Guinea pigs for money, but those who do, can make hundreds and even thousands of dollars. In general, the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward.

If you are interested in becoming a subject in a clinical trial, check out listings online for focus groups or universities for postings. Also, make sure the research study you’ve decided to take part in has been regulated or evaluated for safety by the US Food and Drug Administration.

 

Sell breast milk

This one is not for everyone, for obvious reasons. But women who do qualify can earn $1-2 per ounce. Surprisingly or not, the demand for healthy breast milk is quite high. It is even recommended by the World Health Organization when a mother cannot breastfeed herself. Those interested in selling breast milk can post an ad on sites such as Onlythebreast.com and wait to be contacted by interested buyers. The downside, for the buyers, is that no one can guarantee that the breast milk comes from a healthy mother, so there’s a risk of buying milk contaminated by drugs or infections.

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