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    Bonus points if you actually make a profit and it has nothing to do with soundcloud
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    so yall still live off your parents ig
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    (Original post by MEME*clap*REVIEW)
    so yall still live off your parents ig
    and you don't? whatever
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    me studying is my main and side hustle. dont have much time for anything else bruh
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    I have no skills. Let me know if you find a market 😂
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    (Original post by egBerto)
    and you don't? whatever
    lol b i wish

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    me studying is my main and side hustle. dont have much time for anything else bruh
    good on you bruv, education comes first

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    I have no skills. Let me know if you find a market 😂
    foot cam model lmao
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    Being a student: Student loan is psuedo-free money and if you don't spend it all, you make a profit. I'm not going to descibe it in detail but it's also resulted in some fairly circumstantial income streams that haven't required me doing anything. Think along the lines of grants for top performing students.

    Besides that, I made a little money off YouTube before the rules changed, but was at a rate of a few quid a month.

    I studied Graphic Communication at college, which involved making some T Shirt designs. Those have been on an online print store for several years now. Similarly it's only a few quid a month.

    Before uni I used to buy and sell on eBay quite a bit, that was fairly profitable.

    Nothing of the above has required a drastic amount of work but equally they mostly don't offer a decent amount of money either.
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    Being a student: Student loan is psuedo-free money and if you don't spend it all, you make a profit. I'm not going to descibe it in detail but it's also resulted in some fairly circumstantial income streams that haven't required me doing anything. Think along the lines of grants for top performing students.

    Besides that, I made a little money off YouTube before the rules changed, but was at a rate of a few quid a month.

    I studied Graphic Communication at college, which involved making some T Shirt designs. Those have been on an online print store for several years now. Similarly it's only a few quid a month.

    Before uni I used to buy and sell on eBay quite a bit, that was fairly profitable.

    Nothing of the above has required a drastic amount of work but equally they mostly don't offer a decent amount of money either.
    Man, I still can't get my head around how to sell on eBay. Shipping confuses the hell outta me lmfao.
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    Being a student: Student loan is psuedo-free money and if you don't spend it all, you make a profit. I'm not going to descibe it in detail but it's also resulted in some fairly circumstantial income streams that haven't required me doing anything. Think along the lines of grants for top performing students.

    Besides that, I made a little money off YouTube before the rules changed, but was at a rate of a few quid a month.

    I studied Graphic Communication at college, which involved making some T Shirt designs. Those have been on an online print store for several years now. Similarly it's only a few quid a month.

    Before uni I used to buy and sell on eBay quite a bit, that was fairly profitable.

    Nothing of the above has required a drastic amount of work but equally they mostly don't offer a decent amount of money either.
    Admire the dedication. And yes, Youtube money is a joke.
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    Bit of arbing, bit of cryptocurrency trading, I do some online contracted work. My main job is part time so I have some decent free time for "side hustle". Plus I've gotten back into cue sports this year and I've gotten back into the pool leagues and met some folks that like to play for money - I'm playing in a £1000 money match next month, both players put £500 in the purse, race to 10 frames, winner takes all. Wish me luck
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    (Original post by jdijx)
    Man, I still can't get my head around how to sell on eBay. Shipping confuses the hell outta me lmfao.
    What is it that confused you about it? Quite simply package whatever it is up, go to post office, ask to send First/Second class recorded and upload the code to the seller page. There's no really much more to it than that. I sold some items that I put through courier services but in all honesty the postage part is probably the easiest to get right.
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    (Original post by MEME*clap*REVIEW)
    Admire the dedication. And yes, Youtube money is a joke.
    I had my channel monetised for around 3 or 4 years iirc. Basically one or two older evergreen videos that kept making a little money each month. I hit the first £60 payout a few years ago, was getting very close to the second one just before the rules changed and my channel was demonetised. So technically I still have £58 sat in an Adsense account that I can't withdraw

    In all honesty, there's no dedication involved. eBay selling was the only one that really took effort. The others are things were effort went in once and then got forgotten about
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    Was a cleaner in Starbucks if that counts...I mean I was hustling and bustling all day with the rubbish :rofl:
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    (Original post by Acsel)
    What is it that confused you about it? Quite simply package whatever it is up, go to post office, ask to send First/Second class recorded and upload the code to the seller page. There's no really much more to it than that. I sold some items that I put through courier services but in all honesty the postage part is probably the easiest to get right.
    I mean it sounds easy when you say it like that :lol:

    I don't get how to calculate the cost for shipping and how much it would be if the buyer is purchasing from another country, etc.
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    YouTube. Still building my brand though.
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    I made about 80£ selling some of my second hand books and games on Amazon.

    I made £30 more selling my XBOX Original games and some Wii games on Amazon compared to CEX. I sold 1 XBOX Original game for £10 and mine was lowest price

    Unfortunately I have run out of things to sell now or things that will sell for a good price
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    what does ur username mean op
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    Unfortunately I haven’t got one at the mo... could do with the money.

    My brother does match betting though.
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    (Original post by Ol94)
    what does ur username mean op
    It means I’m 9 years old.

    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Unfortunately I haven’t got one at the mo... could do with the money.

    My brother does match betting though.
    That’s great!! Sell your brother
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