In this video, you will learn how to make money online as a teenager in 2018.

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Quick resource links:

Here is a little more detail about each site:

Slice the Pie

Age requirement: 13+

Slice the Pie pays you to listen to music and review it. You give each song a rating of 1 – 10, write your thoughts about it, and submit it to get paid.

You also get paid to refer friends and review clothing.

Use this code on signup page: U462C13E


Age requirement: 13+ with parent or legal guardian’s permission

At TranscribeMe, you get paid to do transcriptions where you turn audio files (like YouTube videos, interviews, Podcasts, etc.) into text form. If you have a good WPM type speed as well as good grammar, you should be able to make some decent side money.

You get paid via PayPal.


Age requirement: 13+ with parent or legal guardian’s permission

At Rev, you can get paid to do transcription, caption, subtitle, or translation work.

Here is the range of pay for each type of work:

  • $0.40 – $0.65 per audio minute
  • $0.40 – $0.75 per video minute
  • $5.00 – $8.00 per video minute
  • $0.05 – $0.07 per word

You get paid via PayPal.


Age requirement: 13+

Fiverr pays you to do all sorts of freelance work. You can do graphics, marketing, writing, animation, audio, programming, and much more.


Age requirement: 16+

Qmee pays you to search and shop online. They also pay users to take surveys.


Age requirement: 15+

Enroll pays you to be tutor that helps people online with school subjects.

Zoombucks / Grabpoints

Age requirement: 13+

Zoombucks is a rewards site that pays you to watch videos, take surveys, complete offers, and try out apps.


Age requirement: 13+

iRazoo is another rewards site that pays you to download apps, watch videos, take surveys, complete offers, and play games.

Cash Crate

Age requirement: Anyone under 18 needs parent permission

Cash Crate pays you to try offers, take surveys, shop online, play games, and refer friends.


Age requirement: 13+

Swagbucks pays you via PayPal or gift cards to watch videos, search the web, shop online, take surveys, discover deals, and refer friends.

It also has an app available for both Android and iPhone.


Age requirement: 13+

TestSpin pays you to take surveys and try out products.

Valued Opinions

Age requirement: 13+ with parent permission

Valued Opinions pays you via gift cards to take surveys.

Harris Poll Online

Age requirement: 13+

Harris Poll Online also pays you in gift cards to take surveys.

Survey Squad / Focus Forward

Age requirement: 13+

Survey Squad / Focus Forward pays you to participate in focus groups as well as take surveys.


Age requirement: 13+

E-Poll sends you surveys via email that you can take to earn points towards gift cards or PayPal money.

American Consumer Opinion

Age requirement: 14+

American Consumer Opinion, despite its name, allows people all over the world to participate in surveys for money.


Age requirement: 6+

PanelPolls pays you to take surveys related to different family subjects.


Age requirement: 13+

MySurvey pays people all around the world of all different ages to take surveys online. You can take the surveys on many different devices as well using the Android and iPhone apps.


Age requirement: 16+

Userlytics is a site that pays you anywhere from $5 to $90 per test to give feedback on websites and apps. You get paid via PayPal and they have a global brand if you’re outside the U.S.

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Justin Bryant
Justin Bryant

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    5 replies to "How to Make Money Online as a Teenager in 2018"

    • Alyssa

      My first time here

    • Alex

      I wish I knew about these ways before I became a young adult so I could have a little more extra income every month.

      It’s only until now I started my website with the goal of eventually turning it into an online business. I should’ve started it a long time ago!

    • Ishai

      It is my first time here

      • christan sheton

        me too

    • christan sheton

      my first time please help

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