How to make money?

Well, it is a billion dollar question as it is not easy to make money in today's competitive world.

Dec 17, 2014 11:12 IST India Infoline News Service

There are many articles that focus on only one thing, how to spend less to save more? However, there are only few who focus on the other aspect, how to earn money to spend and save more? Well, it is a billion dollar question as it is not easy to make money in today's competitive world. In this article, we will throw light on four simple ways to make money:
 
Online surveys: One of the simplest ways to make money online is to fill out online surveys posted by research companies on the internet. The research firms are always looking for candidates who can test new products and answer surveys. By sparing few minutes in form filling, anyone can make money that is either paid in the form of cash or in rewards. Some of the research companies offering surveys are SurveyBods, YourWord, Toluna, Pinecone, The OpinionPanel, Vivatic, and iPoll, Hiving, PanelBase, Harris Poll, MySurvey, Valued Opinions, Global Test Market, YouGov and New Vista.
 
Search the web: Don’t be surprised to read it a searching the web can make money for you. The service of provided by Qmee.com, who rewards you for searching in Bing, Yahoo or Google. You will need to install the add-on to a browser. Install it and start a search on the web. Each result comes with a cash reward that can be collected on just a click.
 
Create your website: Remember the movie “The Social Network," yes perhaps just mentioning the name of the movie has given you the idea of what we are talking about. Analyze the areas in which you are good at and use the knowledge and expertise to start a website of your own. 
 
Kindle e-Book: Students good with words can write their book and can publish it own Amazon Kindle store to make money. The market of Smartphones apps is huge, therefore, it can be an excellent opportunity to earn money. Also, don’t forget it is one of the finest sources of passive income.

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