Thursday, May 31, 2012
Earn Money Online Answering Math Questions
In Slader you can get paid to answer math problems. The process is pretty easy…you sign up, look for problems that have not been solved, solve them, send your answer and get paid. There is a little trick here, the problems are grouped by book and when you look for unsolved problems you only get the page and exercise number which means that you
need to have the actual book. If you decide to give Slader a try you should look for math books. Some ways of finding these books are: public libraries, e-books downloads, garage sales, google books preview or cheap book buying websites like alibris.com. For more information about Slader click here.
This company hires “experts” who answer student questions in a variety of subjects. In order to become and expert you should have a graduate degree (e.g. MA, MS, PhD) or be working towards one. You should complete and application an provide them with proof of your credentials (I submitted a college transcript). Once you are accepted you will have access to student’s questions in you area of expertise. In my case I have access to Math and Biology questions because these are my areas of expertise.
Each question has a different value that goes from 1 to 25 credits and each credit is worth $3.99CAD (this what the student pays). When you answer a question you will get the 60% of the profit, for example, if you answer a question worth 5 credits you’ll get the 60% of $19.95CAD that is $11.97CAD. After you’ve answered 10 questions you’ll get the 70% of the profits.
One nice thing about Brainmass is that you can earn royalties for your answers. Every time you submit an answer it will be available for other students to purchase so each time someone purchases that question you’ll earn 25% of the revenue. For more information about Brainmass click here.
Student of Fortune
This site operates similar to Brainmass but here anyone can sign up because the do not require any special qualifications. Once you register you’ll get access to a pool of student questions in a variety of subjects. Each question has a different value. When you select a question you should write a tutorial to help the student answer the question. If the student chooses your tutorial you will get the 72% of the revenue. If the student who originally answered the question does not purchases your tutorial you can still earn some money because all tutorial stay at Student of Fortune database and each time someone buys your tutorial you’ll get 60% of the revenue. For more information about Student of Fortune click here.