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No, the title is not simply click bait as you may well be thinking. Today I am coming at you with four easy ways to make money online. As a student, I understand that money is tight, especially when all of your friends are out partying and you have to turn down the offer because you simply cannot afford it. Although it isn't going to make you a millionaire overnight, these are some safe and legit suggestions which can earn you a little extra cash without having to leave the comfort of your home. What more could you want right?

1. Qmee
By far the best site I have found is Qmee. It's a site where they track your searches and off the back of that, pay you to click on relevant advertising results. It really is as simple as that. Okay, so it's not going to make you hundreds every month, but it all slowly builds up! All you have to do is install the extension into your browser and search as you normally would. Seriously, that's it. It is that simple. A results bar will occasionally pop up and if you click on one of the links, your account gets credited with the attached amount. Unlike some of the other sites I have tried, there is no minimum cash out threshold, so if you want to cash out 5p then you can. You can cash out to your PayPal account or even donate to a charity of your choosing.

                                                                                                      Sign up here: 

2. Advertising
Do you have an engaged following on a website or social media platform? Advertising to your audience is another way you can make money. I do it here, and also over on my Twitter account. If you own a blog, then there are many ways you can do this; through blog posts or even just placing a brand's banner in the sidebar if you have one. Obviously, there are other ways too, but these are the main two which I have used and found work the best. If you have an established and engaged following on social media, then posting sponsored content is another way you can make money through advertising.

3. Slice The Pie
Slice The Pie pay you for short reviews. They ask you your opinion on music, home-wear pieces and fashion and all you have to do is share your opinion on what they ask you. Normally, reviews are no longer than three lines in length, so you don't have to write too much if you're only able to spend a few minutes a day reviewing. I've found that there's normally always something to review, whether it's a song or a piece of clothing. It doesn't make you much money, and it does have a cash out threshold at $10, but this is a legitimate way to make some money if you have some spare time on your hands.

Sign up here: Slice The Pie
Alternatively, you use my code when signing up: U801CB1B *affiliate link

4. Selling products
In this instance, I'm not actually talking about actual, physical products. I'm talking about things like photos, e-books, and online services like social media sharing and content creation. If you're a photographer, take photos and sell them on stock photo sites. If you're a free-lance writer or content creator, you can use services like Upwork to find people looking for a service that you can provide. If you have the time to sell things online then it's one of the best and most lucrative ways to make money. 

Do you have any ways that you make money online?
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  1. Just started with Slice The Pie, but I need to put more time into it!

  2. Thanks for sharing this great info, Ive never heard of upwork or the slice of pie sites, I am going to check those out!!

    Best to you!


  3. Excellent tips! Thanks much for sharing.

  4. I'm still too new to try these yet but I'll be keeping this article handy! thanks

  5. Cool! I hadn't heard of the two brands.

  6. This is a super helpful list! I hadn't heard of Upwork of Qmee so I'm definitely going to check those out!

    Nellwyn | www.thecardinalpress.com

  7. Never heard of Upwork. I'll have to check it out. Thanks for sharing!