It’s easy for some ‘Guru’ to say, you must learn how to make money online and then apply it to be successful. With the amount of misleading information available online these days, the vastly popular trending short courses which offer no value (Confusing the reader even more) and the shear amount of dangerous scams online, its very rare to strike it lucky on your first attempt, perhaps even impossible.
And as usual where money is concerned dishonesty, trickery and straight out robbery soon follows. I'm just starting out with paid to click (PTC) options and have been staggered by the number that are out there. You have to be so careful. I'm inspired by good people like yourself in wanting to share experiences and hopefully save people from very big mistakes. Keep up the great work and support you give to people.
One of the best ways for students to earn some extra cash is by doing small tasks or offering small services to businesses and people on a microgig site. There are many reputable microjob sites you can join to advertise your skills and services by posting any job that you can do or service you can sell for a fixed amount of money for each job done or service provided. You can use microgig sites to offer different types of freelance services or to do different types of jobs via your computer. You can post microgigs to offer various services such as
1. Participate in a focus group. By joining an online focus group – a mix of people selected to participate in a discussion, often about a particular product, service or issue – you can collect extra money for sharing your ideas. Many companies organizing focus groups for market research pay the participants for their time. Where to find one of these focus groups? There are quite a few websites that aim to help people find paid focus groups, including SideHustleNation.com and FindFocusGroups.com.
Apply for new scholarships and grants. A lot of students think that they are only eligible for funding when they initially apply for admission. This is a mistake! There are often new scholarship opportunities for upperclassmen, though they aren't always widely advertised. You may also be able to apply for external scholarships or grants, which are offered from groups outside of your school.
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