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    I was thinking of ways to make some extra money. In the future, I'm considering doing a web design business, but I still have lots to learn and right now I don't feel my design is up to part. So, right now, I'm going to type papers to make the money I need. I figured it'll be a good idea because I'm taking college courses (eventhough I'm still in high school - - just for experience and college credits) and I'm taking classes with regular students. Meaning, all adults. A lot of the adults I attend school with have families, jobs, and a lot of other responsibilites. They either don't have time or can't type well.

    For advertisement, I'm going to post it in our school's bulletin. So, do you think I'll make an exceptional profit or if it'll be successful? Any feed back on what I should charge or anything additional I can do? Like umm include a plastic cover for their essays/papers etc? Umm include a title page [w/ photo] if it's an essay on a person or something? This is all basically a blur to me since my mom just gave me the idea like 4 minutes ago. Any do's, dont's, dont forgets, or helpful info would help!

    Thanks
    -Bonnie
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    -Graphic designer...in the making.

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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    If you're a bit entrepreneurial, I think you could find a much better use of your time than typing people's papers. There's probably not much money in it, and it sounds like crap work... you'll have to read people's messy handwriting and redo it for them when you've misread things. I'd ask for a bigger allowance and spend my time learning if I were you :-D

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    Anything's worth a shot, but this doesn't seem too exciting, just really tedious.

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    lol yeah, you guys are right.
    Gosh, It seems like I can never get a grasp to this graphic designing. I'll keep at it, though. Thanks
    Innocent_Kiss
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    -Graphic designer...in the making.


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