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How to Make Money Online for Teens

Updated on March 27, 2015


Youtube is one of the most used ways to make money online. To make money with Youtube, you'll need to link your parent's Google Adsense account. You can upload all kinds of videos to Youtube. The amount of money you'll make depends on how many views you get for your videos. The more views, the more money you'll earn.

Points Based Earning

Sites like Points2Shop allow you earn money by doing surveys, taking trial offers, installing apps, etc. You can also collect points using the same method. You can trade collected points for items such as cash vouchers, games, electronics, etc. Making money through points based sites is very slow. Most tasks will either pay you a small amount of money or give you a few points. I highly recommend doing this in your spare time.

Article writing

Some teens are passionate about writing. Sites like Triond & Infobarrel pays you for writing articles on their website. I would highly recommend that you stay out of Triond, if you're primary goal is to make money. Triond pays only a few cents for about 10,000 views, but has less restrictions than Infobarrel. Infobarrel pays you a much higher amount than Triond.

Do not consider Hubpages as they don't allow individuals aged below 18.


Unlike article sites, Blogger allow you to create a blog with your brand. You can create a custom sub-domain, edit the theme of your pages, add widgets and lots more. You also don't have to wait for blog entries to published. You have total control. The downside is that blogs receive less traffic than article sites. You'll also need to link your parent's Google Adsense account to begin earning.

Fiverr, Freelancer, Odesk, etc

You can actually make a high income by working online. This sites allow teens aged 13 & above. At Fiverr, you'll get to post services like designing, content creating, etc. Then, people will buy your service and you'll need to finish the jobs with a set number of days. They amount you'll get paid per job is $5 At Freelancer and Odesk, people post small jobs which you can apply for. The amount you'll get paid depends on you're employer.

Slicethepie & Musicxray

You'll be paid only a few cent at these websites. At Musicxray you'll be paid 10 cents for every song you'll listen. You'll have to receive the song through email. Some people are luck and will receive songs daily while others receive once a month. At Slicethepie you'll be paid a few cents for writing short review of a song that you've listened. You won't make much on site likes this.

KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing)

If you've ever dreamed of publishing you're very own book. Have you written many books, but don't know where to publish. If you're answers are yes, then go to KDP and start publishing. Publishing books at KDP requires little effort, plus it's free. You'll get up to 70 % royalties. You'll also don't have to worry about you're book being reject as they accept any kinds of books. What are you waiting for, start publishing now.


There are still more ways to make money online, but this are fastest and simplest ways I could think of. The reason I didn't include Ebay was you'll actually need a physical product sell. This will be the end of the article, thank for reading.


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