Creative Ways for Students to Make Money Online

A lot of students nowadays are looking to find easier ways to make money. Sure, getting a part-time weekend job sounds great, but not everyone has the time. Everyone forgets that they have coursework to finish, essays to study for, and a massive pile of books to read. If you are one of those students looking for alternative ways to make money, here are some alternatives that you can do online in the comfort of your own home.

Reviewing things

Product testing and mystery shopping are great ways to make quick cash and get freebies. You can sign up to various places online and get sent lots of offers. Another option is to sign up for questionnaires and surveys, which you will typically get paid a few pounds for, or be paid in vouchers.

Remote jobs

Most students expect to get a low paying job while at studying university, but this doesn’t have to be the case. By checking out freelancing sites and looking for remote jobs, you can often make more money than your average minimum wage jobs. Looking at freelancing sites means you can look for a job more suited to your degree and get some valuable work experience.

Betting

Gambling with your money can be very risky. If you know what you’re doing, it be a great money maker, and it can be fun too. You could try betting sites, online bingo and online casinos. If you’re looking for something a little different, try investing in stocks and shares.

Selling stuff

When I moved away from home, I soon realised that all the things from my old bedroom were not going to fit into my studio apartment. I decided to rummage through all my old things and put all my old clothes, CDs, and other items into piles and sell them online. Try it. It’s a great way to de-junk. If you’re more creatively inclined then you might do well selling t-shirts online with a print-on-demand service.

Start a business

Starting an online business is a great way to earn some extra cash. You could acquire and sell second-hand textbooks to new students, or you could start your own tutoring programme relating to your degree. For example, if you’re doing an English degree, you can provide proofreading and editing services. Try brainstorming and see what you can come up with.

Start a blog

When you start blogging, you should begin by building up credibility. Just keep writing. You could sell ads, offer to host sponsored content, or try affiliate marketing. Blogging provides you with endless opportunities.

Rebecca Levy

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