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New kind of money!

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Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. More »

Learn about Alt-Coins

Learn about Alt-Coins

networked peers persist in running a forked version of Bitcoin with alternative consensus rules, and—therefore—a new alternative blockchain, these peers will effectively be running a new cryptocurrency. This new blockchain will account for holdings of a new scarce token often called an “alt-coin.” Some notable examples of alt-coins forked from Bitcoin’s original code include Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Peercoin. More »



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    Sell Stuff:

  1. Consider Selling Stuff Online on EBay or Amazon – Do you know a lot about some niche segment? Say baseball cards, yearbooks, comic books, specialty toys? Find a niche and start making a profit!


  1. Consider Having a Garage Sale – One person’s junk is another person’s treasure. Consider presentation – a tablecloth vs. cardboard boxes, dust things off, use hangers for displaying clothes, etc.

     Make Stuff:


  1. Consider selling Crafts or Sowing – Crocheting, jewelry-making, embroidery, patching up clothes, etc. Turn your talent into profit!


  1. Consider Freelance Writing – People will pay for writing articles. A blog is a good place to start.


  1. Consider Writing a Book or an eBook – Are you an expert at something? Are you a good story teller or good at poetry? My wife published a book of poems in 2010. Her first book and we broke about even. eBooks are really cheap and becoming more popular as well!


  1. Consider small-scale Catering – Run your own small catering business out of your own kitchen on the weekend – great for birthday parties, Quinceañera s, weddings, work related parties, conventions, other potential niche clients. Also consider just baking goods and selling them to neighbors/family/friends. Note: Be sure to comply with food safety laws.


  1. Consider Taking Photos and Selling Digital Photos – Have a decent camera? Offer to do some photo shoots for free. Then as word gets out you could start your own photography business. Facebook, Twitter, etc. are all great social outlets for building your business.


III. Offer Services or odd jobs:


  1. Consider Mowing lawns/bagging leaves – The summer months are gone (assuming you live in the U.S.?). But next summer is right around the corner! Lots of opportunities with lawns out there. My uncle does this during the end of spring and summer. It’s a nice side business. You can use your own equipment or see if the neighbor may have it. Gathering and bagging leaves in the fall can be lucrative as well. An extra $20-30 a week per lawn would come in handy.


  1. Consider Babysitting some kids – Know a family with kids? Babysit them for cash! Parents are always looking to go out on a date or run errands. Sometimes even voluntary babysitting can eventually turn into a paid position.


  1. Consider Becoming a Dog Walker – People get paid every day to walk dogs. Lots of people have pets. Yet they work too much or just prefer for someone else to handle certain aspects of pets training. Why not offer this service to people in your neighborhood?


  1. Consider becoming a mystery shopper – Mystery shoppers can work flexible hours. Sometimes you even get to keep your purchases! Note: Avoid companies that want you to pay a fee up front.


  1. Consider Becoming a Tutor – Do you play an instrument? Are your particularly good at Math, Science, English, History? If you speak any other language (Spanish, German, or French?) tutoring kids or even adults can be profitable. I did this in high school and made $10-15 an hour tutoring people in English. My sister does this and charges $20 an hour. She’s a full-time student and just turned 20 years old!


  1. Consider Running Errands for the Elderly – Get to know people in your community or church (if applicable) who may need to go to the bank or for you to get their groceries. Sometimes even voluntary errand running can eventually turn into tips or even a paid position.


  1. Consider Fixing People’s PC’s – Start out with family/friends. Computers are always breaking down or having viruses. I have a friend who fixes people’s PC’s for $20-$50 a pop. Sometimes it takes 20 minutes. Others it takes a couple of hours.


  1. Consider Offering Consulting Services – Know some programming languages? Charge $50 and put a decent website together for a startup business. Web design or graphics design is always a good place to start. Start out cheap and build your reputation and portfolio. Businesses always need their sites updated, promos with graphics, etc. I have a cousin who makes about $1200-$2500 a month depending on the business on this. He has been doing this for a little over 3 years now.


  1. Consider House Sitting – Vacation season is coming up this summer. This can be a great 1-2 week gig. Sometimes even longer. I got free rent for a couple of months one summer by staying at someone’s house. Winter time means families travelling to see loved ones.


  1. Consider Joining a Focus Group – Google “Focus Group” and see how many hits you can get. There is always some company willing to pay a little something for your thoughts, opinions, etc.


  1. Consider Offering a Painting Service – See a neighbor’s house that might need painting? Ring the doorbell and ask them if you could offer your services. They provide the paint and tools you provide the labor. It’s a win/win situation.


  1. Consider Cleaning Homes – People don’t always want or (supposedly) have time to clean their homes. Not the most luxurious job but a great opportunity to make some extra money. My wife did this while in high school and even college. Was steady work and building up a clientele through word of mouth can really net you some great customers.


  1. Part-time Jobs:


  1. Consider getting a Newspaper Route – There is nothing like riding a good bicycle, having a good arm, waking up and working at dawn. Early risers would love this job. People with a determination to make some extra cash could enjoy this too. This job can generate an extra $500-$2000 a month easily.


  1. Consider Finding Odd Jobs on Craigslist – Neighborhood adds and word of mouth not working? People always need things done. Do you have a truck and are able to help some people move furniture? Or perhaps paint? Or de-clutter someone’s garage? Or perhaps mow some yards?


  1. Consider Delivering Pizzas at Night – Tips, Tips, Tips! Even if it’s just for the summer or winter it’s a great way to generate some cash.


  1. Consider Bartending – good idea for making extra money late-night and/or weekends without sacrificing hours at your day job and/or studies.


  1. Consider Seasonal Work – Snow shoveling, lifeguard duty, amusement parks, seasonal holiday staffing, etc. can all be taken advantage of.


  1. Consider Donating Plasma, Sperm, or Blood – Often you can get paid for these body fluids. Make sure to seek out reputable organizations. Note: The Red Cross recommends waiting 28 days between plasma donations and 56 between blood donations, and not exceeding 13 plasma donations a year.


  1. Consider Better Education:


  1. Consider Going Back to School for Graduate Studies – Sometimes going back to school for certification or a BA in Business or other field can open up new opportunities. Getting a masters or a MBA could be a useful tool in making oneself more marketable.


  1. Consider Going Back to School for finishing up your BA or BS – Finalizing your degree very well could help further your career and expand the industries that find you an attractive candidate. Finish up that degree and get your college diploma!
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