Mindsumo: The Savior of College Students' Wallets

yerpi By yerpi, 23rd Dec 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Mindsumo is a simple way for college students to connect with bigger companies, answer challenges they provide, and earn money while in the process.


Many college students have been recently hearing about the website called Mindsumo, as a way to earn money online while providing them with an added challenge. As college students, making money can be tough. Working a part time job while doing all the work that professors assign us to keep our GPA up can be nearly impossible, but the simple fact of the matter is that students still need to make money, somehow.

Mindsumo provides a nice solution to that problem, by allowing students to sign up with their edu email address, and, assuming they use a promo code (for example, RPI18) when signing up, they'll instantly be credited 35 dollars. The site offers students challenges from big companies, such as Mercedes-Benz, and when the newly registered student answers his first challenge, which only takes about 20 or so minutes, they'll earn another 25 dollars, putting the total at 60 already. Much like other sites of this nature, by referring friends, you are credited 1 dollar for each friend that signs up, and you can elect to become an ambassador for an extra 10 dollars. This puts you at 70 dollars plus how many ever friends you got to sign up, putting you well within range to obtain the initial 100 dollar payout, by answering another challenge well and winning either the challenge or getting an honor, both of which payout differently depending on the challenge.

For busy students, mindsumo is a great, non time consuimg way to put money in your wallet while still being able to focus on school work. Students can take a break and answer challenges, using what they've already learned in college to help them.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
26th Jan 2015 (#)

Looks to be a challenging proposition so it should be worth the while - siva

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