4 Ways to Make Money Online in 2018

The internet is good for more than just porn and video games, you can make money off it too!

Think of the internet as a giant country called Imaginationland. By playing your cards right, you can make some easy money online doing things you’re already doing. There are countless ways you can make money online.


It works by taking advantage of free bets regularly offered by betting sites (such as PaddyPower.com) through ‘matching’ them at the betting exchange Betfair.com. Matched betting eliminates the risk (you are betting both for and against a certain outcome). This leaves you being able to squeeze out the free bet, which can be as much as £200! Multiply this by how many betting sites there are and you can quite easily come away with a profit of a few hundred pounds.


An increasingly popular way for students to make money is to fill out online surveys in their spare time. Research companies are always recruiting new members to answer surveys and test new products. For a few minutes of form filling, you can make a couple of quid which is paid as cash or in rewards. You can make up to £3 for some surveys! A few good ones to try are: Toluna, Pinecone , Vivatic, MySurvey, Valued Opinions, SurveyBods, Global Test Market, Hiving, The OpinionPanel, PanelBase, Harris Poll, iPoll, YouGov, New Vista . Also sign up for Swagbucks.com which rewards you for surveys as well as simply surfing the web, watching videos and playing games.


If you’ve ever seen the film “The Social Network” then you’ve most likely had your brain spinning as to what website you can start-up to make you billions. And of course there are lots of stories out there about successful students who have started a website while at university, or even bought a domain name and later sold it for $1000.


A domain name is just a website address (eg. ‘fastclickmedia.com.ng’ or ‘adpanel.com.ng’) and there are lots of extensions (.com, .net, .co.uk etc). They cost as little as N4,500/$11.99 to register with QSERVERS.NET, yet premium domain names can fetch £1,000s if not millions when sold.

In 2007 VacationRentals.com went for a cool $35m!

Now you’re probably not going to come across anything like that, but you can still turn a quick profit with a bit of searching. The trick is to find available domain names which have some commercial value, snap them up and then list them for sale on a site like DomainLore.

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