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Beat the summer heat when you make money online

Many college students will take on difficult outdoor jobs during the summer that takes a toll on their energy - mowing lawns, serving as lifeguards at local pools and more. What happens when the heat takes its toll on you? When the summer gets too intense, there's still a way to make an extra couple of bucks without drying up in the sun.

If you've been looking for a way to make money online, look no further than Opinion Outpost, where you can take surveys for money in the comfort of your own home. Sit in front of the blasting air conditioner without guilt and throw some aloe on that sunburn, because it is completely possible to build a fund for fun simply by taking paid surveys.

The points you earn on Opinion Outpost can be cashed in to fund a number of fun activities that keep you from sweating in the sweltering heat. Why not trade your points for an iTunes® Gift Card, which can be used to catch up on the latest from your favorite band, watch popular television episodes and movies or even read a bestseller with the iBooks application? If you love the summer weather and merely want to experience more of it instead of being cooped up at work, your iTunes® Gift Card can be of equal help - if you use the cash you earn online to purchase a compatible device, you can take all your media on the go for a beach trip or a long walk through the park.

Without doubt, there's no downside to sharing your thoughts by taking paid surveys. It's low-cost, low-commitment work that's satisfying to accomplish and your lifeguard buddy is sure to be jealous when he discovers you are making money online and didn't share the secret!

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Nobody's voice is as powerful as yours. As a consumer, you are uniquely positioned to share your perspective with businesses, telling them what you expect in order for them to receive your money in a transaction. So, why not make money online by taking surveys that provide information to your favorite company?