Over the past decade, the Internet has become a powerful tool for individuals who are looking to make relatively easy money, and it should be an option for college students who need a boost financially.
The majority of revenue acquired via the Internet is from direct sales through websites such as Amazon, direct advertising to potential consumers, and lead generation.
Promoting cost-per-acquisition (CPA) offers will allow you to take advantage of lead generation, which is crucial to many companies.
During my junior year of college, my friends and I wanted to go out to bars and drink on the weekend, but we always ran into one major issue: all of us wanted to drink and no one wanted to the be the designated driver.
As a college student, trying to find effective ways to make money can be both time consuming and tedious.
But before you give up and turn in your application for a traditional part-time job, consider acting as a broker by promoting local businesses in your town by direct marketing.
A cleaning service is the perfect business for a college student because it requires very little skill, has an extremely low startup cost, and allows you to manage everything from your dorm room.
Do you always find yourself sending out tweet after tweet to your followers about your daily activities?
If so, you are definitely a Twitter addict—but there is a great business opportunity for you.
If you have over 1,000 Facebook friends or 1,000 followers on Twitter, then you may be able to earn money promoting products and services.
Today, we’re unveiling the SALT Blog’s latest contributor: Lee Morris, from brokestudentblog.com! Lee outlines ways that college students can make money without neglecting their schoolwork. Keep reading to find out how he got started.