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The Millienial Money Maker – Your Mobile

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Just to be clear from the offset, the deal of mobile money-making is only for those who firstly; have a phone (who doesn’t have a phone), and then secondly those who have a phone that can browse the internet, no retro hipster Nokia 3310’s welcome.

When are we not looking at our mobiles? We check the news, use it so that we don’t have to talk to or experience awkward eye contact with people on public transport, to take and post pictures to show your 1000 facebook friends (most of who are not actually your friends). It’s the tool to connect you to everything, including money. And who doesn’t need money? Except for minimalists, and those living at home with their parents still, but even then! You can still make money and actually keep it to spend on things like sweets and new games.

Snap And Sell

It’s not an out-there approach, but unless you’ve been living under a rock, people are all in for buying your second-hand crap. So put it out there, on eBay, Shpock, Preloved. And expect a few tyre kickers, timewasters and low ballers hoping to buy your iPod for tuppence, pah! Stay strong with your price but be open to some haggling to let them think they’ve won, and don’t back out at the last minute. Then once you’ve sold everything, you can buy new stuff, until it becomes old and boring again, and then sell it all over again! And the cycle continues.

Cash Back

What’s as good as making money? Buying things! By downloading a cashback app to your phone, you can do both. For instance, with Quidco or Topcashback, you download the app, sign up, get verified, and click the cashback offers that you want to use. It redirects you to the site you need to purchase your things from, and then you can expect to receive your cashback sometime in the future.

Gambler

The excitement of playing on a slot machine or roulette table is, well exciting! But wouldn’t you rather do this from the comfort of your sofa, on your phone, maybe say using a phonebill casino, without having to look semi-presentable in front of actual people and do things like proving your age with your fake ID at the town’s casino? Real-life casinos are for losers, mobile casinos are for winners try your beginners’ luck and earn some money online. But! Set your limit.

Freelancer

Use your short story writing skills, photography abilities, or video editing skills on your mobile to get exposure online. There are worse things in the world than working from home (or anywhere in the world) on your mobile. You’re looking at your screen most the time anyway, probably while reading this article, so why not put your fingertips and brain into use and set up a profile with your picture and skillset on sites like Upwork and Fiverr to make some money?

Surveys

If you are one of those people that gets lost in those digital nightmare clickbait articles quite willingly in eager anticipation of what the next slide might bring, then filling in surveys on sites like Swagbucks and Ohmydosh on your mobile could be right up your street. You might have to fill in 100 pages, but it’s still money, right?

Now your mobile not only keeps you connected with your friends, keeps you posted about important Trump/Brexit news, enables you to Google words you don’t understand, and take a virtual walk on Google maps somewhere exotic while lounging on your bean bag, it also means you can make money too.

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