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Thursday, November 08, 2007

Ways I've Made Money Online

This looks like spam, I know. But I've tried several different schemes over the last I-Don't-Know-How-Many years, and I've found two of them that work. Both of them are getting paid for targeted advertising. They're by no means quick money, but considering they take about 3 minutes out of your day each day, and then eventually give you real cash, that's not such a bad deal. Here they are:

PureProfile: You fill out a profile, then go to the site each day to read messages. You can setup notificiation preferences if you want to email you when there's stuff to read.

EmailCash: This has been the most lucrative for me thus far. They email you, and you click on the link in the email to indicate you've read it. You get 5 points. 1 point = 1 cent. You can get a cheque at $30 or $100, and I've had several $30 cheques and am now well on my way to a $100 one. Just for reading emails. Not bad really.

Now my wife, on the other hand, came to me quite a while ago now and asked for some money (I think it was $65 from memory) to sign up with a crowd who would hand your name around to market research companies. She has made hundreds of dollars out of it, for very little effort.

Just thought some of you might be interested. Just btw, the links above give me bonuses if you sign up using them. ;)

2 comments:

Tam said...

While it doesn't make me money, SMSpup (smspup.com) is handy. It allows you to accumulate pints in the same method as emailcash so that you can send SMS's when you have no credit (or want to save credit) by using your account on the internet.

hayley said...

Wow, if I made money for all the market research surveys I've completed over the phone over the years, I may have been rich by now... Those ones you mentioned sound interesting. I have heard of emailcash before, but never gotten into anything like that. What kind of effort does Rach have to put in for the market research stuff? Does she have to go places? I had a friend who did product testing for money, but they made her try out sunscreens and stuff (a little dab here and there of different ones), then they subject you to UV light or something to see which ones last the longest! Seems a tad ridiculous to put your health at risk!