Monday, December 19, 2011

Long Disappearing Act

Well, I certainly was hoping to have another post before now, though with school and life, it became a bit to hectic to sit down and type something out that I felt would be enough to describe the sites I am using to make money online. Luckily now I have a break so I can get to work writing out a better opinion of what I think of the sites I've joined.

Overall, I've enjoyed using all of them. I've been watching my numbers grow closer to that minimum payout numbers. School work sucked up a lot of my time so I couldn't dedicate a lot of time to making money online, but I was able to dedicate some time each day to bring my balance up. Also adding new sites throughout the time threw off my usual schedule, though now I've gotten it all under control. I haven't really gotten to tell you my opinions about these sites so let me kinda give a brief view on my experience with some of them.

The first site I started with was Cashcrate and it is a great way to earn money online, offering a variety of ways to earn money while combining them all to one balance. It is a perfect site to use when you are starting out trying to make money online and I would honestly recommend it to anyone looking to earn some additional income. Check out their forum if you join and you will see that some people are making a substantial amount from this site and even some will help you learn how to as well.

Panda Research was another that I joined early on that offered great incentives. There surveys are easy to fill out and they tell you everything you need to do to get credit so as long as you follow directions, you should have no problems earning with them. You can also earn a bit from emails they send out daily to help reach their rather lofty limit.

Swagbuck is a rather simple way to earn money or gift cards. They offer a variety of ways to earn like Cashcrate though their main choice is through searches. Just substitute your daily searches on google to those through Swagbuck and you'll be able to cash out in no time. There are even daily tasks you can do to ensure you get something every day.

Ipsos I-Say is a great survey site. Not only are you paid for completing a survey, but you will get paid a fraction for just attempting a survey even if you are rejected. MyPoints also offers benefits to attempting their surveys which makes me glad to try.

InstantCashSweepstakes and PaidViewport are new to this making money online world but still offer some excellent services, paying out customers for answering a few simple question. PaidViewport offers surveys that can add from $0.10 to a $1 to your balance with one survey and InstantCashSweepstakes rewards you for answering just surveys that are only 3 questions.

Beezag, Jingit, and Varolo each offer their own twist to the paid to watch ads world. Similar to PTC in my eyes, these sites offer a little money for the tasks you do daily anyway. While Jingit is more profitable initially, both Beezag and Varolo are capable of earning you a nice sum at the end of the month.

Then there are the infamous PTC sites like Clixsense, WordLinx, Clicksia, and Incentria. These sites tend to pay a cent or two per click so they can become tiresome after a while but still offer a good string of income. Clixsense and WordLinx have offered more ads for me overall and seem to have a higher payout for clicks then others. Clicksia and Incentria however have a built in Traffic Exchanger which can be used to promote your own site without forcing you to resort to spamming your referral links everywhere.

As you can see from this post alone there is a fair bit to explain per site and I've yet to even scratch the surface with these (and I haven't even mentioned some of the others). However, the internet is filled with various ways to earn money online scam free, you just have to take the time to look. I've given you all enough to think about so I shall stop here for today.

Have a good week all and a safe and Happy Holidays!