A traditional way of earning money in your student life is selling your old notes. This is a one-time money making way yet this can be extended putting in some efforts. Students are always searching for someone who would write notes, make presentation, assignments, practical files and projects for them. This can be your mean to make money and somewhat gaining knowledge as well. Writing notes for students can be paid in accordance to one page basis. This was something a fellow mate in my college use to do and he made some decent money for the same. ClearSlide, Prezi, and Slideshark are some other platforms for making impressive presentations that will help you get paid. There is one flaw in the Indian education system, that is, students can always copy the projects of former batches which presents us with a new way to make money. Utilising the contacts, one can also come up with small shops like the ones which take orders for making presentations, working models and charts. This will also polish, the student’s skills and earn him/her a good pocket money.
I personally like this one for some spare cash. It does not take much to earn an extra $20 – $50 a week. Some claim that they are able to make a living by dedicating their time to different jobs at mTurk. You will have to go through a learning curve, but once you get comfortable, you will find plenty of good and interesting HITs (Human Intelligence Tasks) to work on.

You can create a blog in a 7 easy steps. Choose a domain name that relates to your blog and registrar it with a reputable domain registration company. Design your blog yourself or hire a freelance web designer to do it. Buy hosting service to publish your site on the Web. Promote your blog using various marketing channels. If you write quality posts on your blog on a regular basis, you will be able to attract a lot of users to your blog. Students can run and maintain a blog in their spare time. A blog with a steady amount of traffic can earn a solid side income regularly.
Many virtual assistant jobs do not require secretarial or administrative skills to do. College students can use their organizational and communication skills they have developed while studying to do virtual assistant jobs for people and businesses. They can offer data entry, social media management, research, website maintenance and other services.
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