Top 10 Ways To Make Money Online As A Student

Money, money, money! money is the choice of the rich! Making money is very easy; you don’t have to grow white hair before you get money, you start small and then progress to a millionaire.

In this article, I will highlight the steps to make money online without stress. The money will just develop wings and fly into your account, so keep an eye out ha-ha!

 

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As a student or as a low-income earner you could make money online by following the steps below;

Top 10 Ways to Make Millions as a Student

1) Web Search:

This has to be one of the easiest ways to make money online without really making any effort or change in your behavior. This innovative idea from Qmee.com rewards you for searching in Google, Bing, or Yahoo. You just install a simple add-on in your browser and when you do a search there may be some sponsored results in addition to your normal search. A cash reward is associated with each Qmee result. If you are interested in this, click on it and you will receive your reward. The best part is that there is no minimum to cash out – our first was just 72p connected to our Paypal account. You also have the option to donate it to charity.

2) Online Market Trading:

The historically hard-to-break world of investing in stock markets and currencies has opened wide. Today there is no need to be a fat cat or fund the hunts of the wolf of Wall Street-style stock brokers. You can do it all yourself using online trading platforms.

3) Start your own website:

Interested in generating passive income? You need a website. It’s THE way to make money while you sleep. Starting a website with Bluehost takes less than 20 minutes, costs next to nothing, and can be done by an 82-year-old. It only takes a little bit of social media plugging to get your first visitors, and there are plenty of ways to monetize your site. Save the Student is just one example of a successful website, started by Owen Burek, in his first year, which has since grown into a full-time and sizeable business.

4) Review Websites and Apps for Money: 

Looks like you’re pretty handy with a web browser, so maybe it’s time to turn pro and browse websites as a paid and fun job! Introducing UserTesting.com – a new platform that pays ordinary people to review all kinds of websites. Each review takes about 20 minutes and costs $10 (£6.50) via Paypal. Sign up, complete a test review and look forward to receiving websites in your inbox.

5) Write and Publish a Kindle Ebook

If there is one thing students are good at, it is researching and writing. With the Amazon Kindle Storeanyone can publish an eBook and earn money and the Kindle app is now available on almost any device, so your global market is huge! List your book for £1.49 – £6.99 and you will earn 70% from the sale. Considering Amazon is the ultimate selling machine (and remember, people, are after spending), that’s a fantastic deal. Ray Payne has written a great ebook on How to make money online especially through ebook. You can check out his blog to find out more.

6) Clickworker.com

The Clickworker.com concept is based on ‘internet crowd-sourcing, where companies advertise specific, scalable tasks that they need to complete quickly. And for us, it’s an easy way to make quick money from our bank. There are several tasks, but most of them are nonsensical data entry, web research, or form filling. You are rewarded and paid in cash (via Paypal) for the work you do, and you can choose what and when you work. Give it a chance. [If you’re based in the US, try Amazon’s ‘ Mechanical Turk ‘ as well].

7) Fiverr :

Fiver is now the world’s largest marketplace where people can make money by selling small services (aka “gigs”). What you offer can be anything from writing and translating, posting on social media, pranking, and teaching to creating music, voiceovers, and short video clips for people all over the world! The standard price is $5 (hence Fiverr..), but you can add extra services to gigs for more money. While it may not seem like much, it can add up quickly and there are plenty of examples of people making a really good living from the site. The key is to get a system in place that minimizes the time spent on each gig. But there’s another way to get even more from Fiverr for potentially a lot less work. How? By simply selling gigs elsewhere. For example, find a decent logo designer and then respond to jobs on Upwork or even local classifieds. A $5 spend can easily turn into $50+, and it’s repeatable! If you’re not interested in selling at all, there are SO many good things you can do for yourself. Take a look around and get inspired!

8) Buy and sell domain:

A domain name is simply a website address (eg ‘Savethestudent.org’ or ‘mysite.co.uk’) and there are many extensions (.com, .net, .co.uk, etc.). They cost just £1.99 to register with 123-reg.co.uk or GoDaddy.com yet premium domain names can fetch £1,000 if not millions when resold. In 2007 VacationRentals.com went for a cool $35 million! Now you probably won’t come across anything like this, but you can still make a quick profit with a little searching. The trick is to find available domain names that have some commercial value, capture them, and then list them for sale on a site like Sedo.com.

9) Freelance work:

You can freelancing and get paid daily for your efforts and the best thing about freelancing is that you can work for clients in the UK and around the world with just an internet connection from home, to your own hours while saving valuable develop skills. A great place to start is with the leading freelance site Upwork.com.

10) Sell ​​Clothes on eBay:

This is a simple business for women, students, and even men. Here you just need to advertise and sell clothes on eBay or any other business platform like Jumia and get rewarded.

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