The first thing you have to know is that working online is the same as working offline, you have to have skills and be qualified for the job position that you're seeking. This is the case if you want to have a daily and decent income. I'm not talking about paid-to-click websites, because they don't need any specific skills, you just have to click on ads but you won't be making the amount of money needed to pay your bills. So what I'm going to suggest to you, is that you work on improving your skills, so that you can start landing jobs.
There are so many things you can do on the internet to make money, and one of them is transcription. As a transcriber, you'll have to listen to some audio files and type whtever you hear. But you have to follow the guidelines put by the company that will hire you, and your grammar and writing should be good. Most companies don't require past experience, but you have to pass a test.
Another thing you can do is work for Appen or Lionbridge as an Internet Assessor or simply as a Rater. You will be presented with search results which you have to rate according to their criteria. This is another decent-paying job but they also require you to pass a test before.
Another thing you can do is try paid-to-post forums, where you'll be asked to post different threads and replies and you'll be paid for that. There's Postloop and The Forum Wheel, and they have tests as well. And there's ForumCoin, Digital Global and BeerMoneyForum, and EarnThatBuck. You don't have to pass any test to join these but you have to post good quality content.
As you see, everything requires skills and good content, so find something you love and make sure you work on your skills so that you'd be able to land the job. Good luck.