How To Make Money In College
One of the hardest things a student faces while in school is to make money in college while still having time to get all your assignments done. Being a college senior, I want to make money so I have something when I graduate. However, most of my spare time goes to looking for jobs, job applications, etc so my spare time is little. After some research I have found some ways to make some cash on the side without spending any or much of the little money I do have.
Article Writing: A quick dirty way to make money in college. There is one website I found that PAYS you to write on any topic you wish. For example, I wrote a story about how I had jaw surgery when I was 16 years old, and the site paid me $8 for the story! Not bad for about 20 min of typing. You can write on any topic you wish. The pay ranges from $3-$20. You can either give the site exclusive rights, where they will pay you more, or non exclusive rights, where they pay you less. The articles don’t have to be the length of a thesis either, so you can write an article during your lunch break. If you write an article a day, and you make the bar minimum, that is at least another $100 a month. The best part is that this site is free to join, so you never have to pay a dime to write. Not bad for writing about stuff you already know.
Internet Marketing : This is a great way for someone to make money in college looking to make some serious cash. You don’t need a lot of money to start with. Heck, you don’t need any money at all in some cases. However, If you are serious about learning how to internet market and serious about making money in college, there is only one place I would recommend. They teach you the ropes with tutorials, videos, and an excellent forum where older experienced members are more than happy to answer any questions you have. They even have a 8 week program that will teach you everything you need to know. Even if you have some experience with internet marketing, they have tutorials for experts too, so everyone has something to learn.