What's A Good Way For A Tech-Savvy 16 Year Old To Make Money Online?
I am decent a HTML and Web design, I'm very tech savvy, and can make cool art stuff on the computer. I'm looking for something that could possibly make me $1000 in 2-4 months. i don't want to take surveys or any of that bull crap. I'm looking to sell a digital product, or service. no filling out offers or any of that.
I hope somebody can give me something that would work. =)
Looking forward to hearing from people.
- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
Try this site http://gagabux.com/register.php/opnobi.html it's called gagabux and is the best ptc site i know of. There are loads of ads you can click each day and you can get referrals and upgrade your account for faster money gain. Very low minimum payout of $1 both paypal and alertpay
- 10 years ago
You could easily look up local state websites (for instance Southern Maryland has www.somd.com) and search for jobs in that area.
In other ways, if you work a job with $7.50 an hour and work full time, and remove 33% to taxes (making it high so you have a lower number than you will receive), you'll make about $800 a month. If you work about 25 hours a week with the same concept you'll make about $550 dollars a month.
Lots of sites are also looking for people to post Google ads on their pages, so search around.
eBay is also another option. You're sixteen, I bet you have tons of stuff lying around that you don't use anymore. Get your parents to help you out with an account and you're good to go! It can bring in some big bucks based on what you have! :)Source(s): Myself! :)
- 10 years ago
Here is a door way to the world of e book publishing and making money online from helping other people do the same. You get access to hundreds of e books that help you understand this very lucrative world and you get paid to help other people find this information. If you are tech savey its very good and if you go for it, you can make plenty of money.
Check out this link and think about it carefully: http://www.jvexecutive.com/cgi-bin/lyre.cgi/jvm/pa...
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