Here's how to make money online as a student in 2019.
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At a site like Redbubble, if you're at least 16 years old, you can make money selling your designs in the form of T-shirts, hoodies, phone cases, bags, pillows, prints, and much more.
2. Sell Notes
If you're a good student, you probably take notes. If you're in college, you can sell those notes to other students that need them on a site like Notesale.
3. Mentor Kids
If you don't mind mentoring undergraduates or helping high school kids with SATs, you can get paid around $25 per hour at CollegeVine (if they have jobs available).
4. Sell/Rent Books
Whether you have some textbooks or novels lying around, you can sell them on Bookscouter. What's nice about Bookscouter is they look at what third parties will offer you for a particular book and get you the best price.
At a site like SameSpeak, you can get paid to teach English online if you're at least 16 years of age or older.
Sessions usually take 30 minutes and the pay is $10 per session.
With Harris Poll Online you get paid via gift cards and you must be at least 13 years old.
With E-Poll, you must also be 13 years of age or older, but you also get the option to cash out via PayPal.
7. Review Stuff
If you're at least 13 years old, you can go to a site like Slice The Pie and get paid to review songs and fashion. You also have the option to make money referring friends to the site.
Here's a referral code to use when you sign up: U462C13E
8. Get-Paid-To Sites
A Get-Paid-To site is pretty self explanatory. It is basically just a site that pays you to do easy tasks like take surveys, watch videos, shop online, etc. Usually these sites have multiple choices for you to make money.
One of the best ones for students (and one of the most popular GPT sites in general) is Swagbucks. If you're at least 13 years old, you can use Swagbucks to make money watching videos, taking surveys, surfing the web, shopping online, referring friends, and more.
9. Test Websites and Apps
Another fairly easy way to make money online as a student is by testing websites and apps. With a site like Userlytics, you can get paid $5-$90 per test if you're at least 16 years old.
Once you're at least 18 years old, you can also use other testing sites like UserTesting which pays up to $60 per test and an average of about $10 per 20 minute test via PayPal.
If you're at least 13 years old and get your parent or legal guardian's permission, you can use a site like TranscribeMe to get paid for typing.
More specifically, at TranscibeMe, you get paid to transcribe audio files into text form. They pay you around $20 per audio hour via PayPal.
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