This is a great article! I honestly had never even heard of some of these money-making methods (e.g., selling plasma, flipping domains, renting your car for ad space, etc.). While I would presume that there exist various risks associated with, say, plasma donation (which would explain why it is so little-known), many of the other methods seem relatively simple and, potentially, very lucrative. It’s kind of interesting that they’re not as well-known as some of the other methods listed despite their not having any apparent drawbacks (such as the ad space on one’s car). I guess the old saying that there is a job out there for everyone may, to some extent, actually be true.
The web is a wonderful source of information. But without all the content that lies on the web, you wouldn’t have been able to use it for your own good. Most of this information is written by writers, also known as bloggers or content writers. If you have got good writing skills and a way with words then a job as a content writer is the best fit for you. As writing skills are a result of continuous reading, students should read new stuff regularly to learn new styles of writing. You can earn a decent income from this online job. Most of the freelance websites such as Amazon mturk India accept freelancers for publishing their articles.
Great post, thanks for sharing. I have recently started researching android apps for a little side income. Because I find that the majority of newbie marketers get stuck at hosting costs. Especially in my area because of the exchange rate. And I have to agree that blogging is indeed an excellent way to make money online. But you’re quite right. It is a lot of work.