Making Money – College Students – Easy Ways
Its a no brainier that college students need extra money. Going to class, taking notes and studying for tests is what you are spending the big bucks on but there is more to the college experience than these things. It will take extra money and being a wise spender to enjoy the things out of the classroom. Below are some suggestions that will give some ideas on how to have the funds to enjoy the college life and still have time for your studies.
If you have not thought about using the internet to make some extra money, it is time to start. The internet can provide the extra Ka Ching you need. You may not get rich as a student on the internet but you can always have money in you pocket. Who knows it may lead to great income down the road. I personally know a man who graduated from one of the finest universities in the U.S. and got rich on the internet in a area not related to his degree. There is little money or lots of money to be made in cyberspace. It is up to you and you alone.
You will need to sell something or help others sell something. You can do it by creating a simple website or websites and selling you own products and help others sell their products to affiliates programs and advertising programs such as Google adsense. Don’t buy AdWords unless you have deep pockets and you probably don’t or you would not be reading this page. eBay is a great way to pickup some quick cash. Find something to buy very cheap and sell it a reasonable price for the customer.
Some things will bring in way more than you expect, especially if it is vintage tee shirt of some band or star. Check out the good wills, yard sales, etc. They are still out there and owner does not know what they have. They just want it out of their house. When you find something like this and you will if you seek diligently, SHOUT because you are fixing to make some money. These finds are little treasures. It is not hard to get setup on eBay if you are not already. I just play around with it and sell 12 to 16 thousand dollars per year. It is not all profit but it is all money and the money left over feels good in my pocket.
Keep your eyes peeled for junk, curbside, awaiting trash pickup. When Ma tells Pa to clean out his junk from her house that is money in your pocket. Pa doesn’t care, he just wants Ma happy and Ma is not happy with junk in her house.
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