Though earning through the internet is misunderstood by most Indian students as lame, yet many students have actually garnered hard cold cash through that. This is something which can be a gig in one’s free time for some extra money in the wallet. Internet is the most flexible way which offers opportunities of making money that too on one’s comfort zone. Following are the most common ways to earn money by merely sitting on your internet whether on the smartphone or personal computer:
BigSpot.com is an easy way to earn some money on the spot by reviewing products. If you have a car, let people rent it or sign up as an Uber Driver in your free time. Vancouver is pretty busy and one of Canada's largest cities, so no doubt there will be quite a bit of Uber users. Task Rabbit is another way: depending on your location, it sends you on a lot of tasks (for example, Walmart sends you to take photos of their products, etc.) Fiverr gives you five bucks for doing certain tasks: like, writing a love letter, or attempting to eat wasabi. Field Agent pays you to check prices.
Institutes keep conducting researches on a regular basis and need people to take part in them. While some might not pay you, others may. These researches are easy and require you to answer basic questions which help them understand a concept better and come to a conclusion. It's always good to have a big study area so there is always a demand for people. You can also go for college experiments conducted by departments like psychology and earn money.
Freelancing is one of the toughest, but also one of the best paying methods of earning money. Toughest in the sense that it is hard to get a freelancing job. But once you get one, it’ll be worth the effort. Mostly, hirers are looking for experience, which most students don’t have. But you can increase your chances by joining multiple freelancing websites. Here is a list of the top freelancing websites you can try your hands on. Alternatively, you can do some other freelance tasks which don’t require an internet connection!
Barter your services with friends. Do you spend more than you'd like getting your hair and nails done each month? Do you have a friend who can't resist the pastries at the coffee shop or who pays for a personal trainer? Think about what both you and your friends spend money on, and then see if there's a way for you to barter and trade services with each other in order to save money.