Being a Loan Signing Agent is a great side hustle because you can make $75 to $200 per hour-long appointment working for yourself on your own schedule. Retired people, working professionals, and students can be signing agents and earn extra cash when they want. The best part is you need nothing more than a notary commission (which can often be attained by simply filling out an application)!
As for other tips, all I can say is “a penny saved is a penny earned”. If you are running out of ideas to make money, start saving. Some quick “low hanging fruit” tips to save some quick cash include – switch to MetroPCS or Boost for cellphone (I only pay $20/month), switch auto insurance to Insurance Panda ($25/month), and start using GasBuddy (saves me like $100/month at least. I drive a lot).
If you have decent writing skills, then this is definitely something you should try. Article writing is a form of freelancing. But it is much easier, especially for students. You can write articles for money in various places. First of all, you could write for articles the top article directories, such as EzineArticles. You can also join other content websites and write articles there by creating HubPages or writing Squidoo lenses. You can also write for reputable blogs. Write a few guest posts on various blogs for free, and who knows? You might get picked up by another blog owner looking for writers?
Did you know, you can earn money by posting videos on Youtube? This happens when you have reached a certain number of 'views'. A lot of youtubers started their channel with basic DIY or review videos and marketed them properly. The channel picks up if your content is interesting and original and after substantial promotions. Being surrounded by hundreds of people in college to spread a positive word of mouth is surely an advantage which can advance your channel.
Apply for new scholarships and grants. A lot of students think that they are only eligible for funding when they initially apply for admission. This is a mistake! There are often new scholarship opportunities for upperclassmen, though they aren't always widely advertised. You may also be able to apply for external scholarships or grants, which are offered from groups outside of your school.
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