One of the great things about the Internet is that it can connect people and companies almost instantly, and companies have found out about it. Companies have found that they can receive almost instant feedback about their products, services, or ad campaigns through the Internet. This is called market research, and before it used to take companies hundreds of thousands of dollars and many months to find average and sometimes outdated data.
SurveyMomma is a 100% free survey directory that connects you with top companies that want to hear your opinion. It ranks survey companies based on feedback from members. it also provides a description of the type of rewards each survey company provides since not all companies reward with cash! This is very useful, since some members may only wish to do survey for cash rewards.
Secondly, I notice that your blog earns you some good money. I am surprised to know that you get over $100,000 per month. I also have a blog – http://www.golaserengraving.com/blog – which I want to monetize and I have tried Infolinks Ads and PropellerAds. What other better options can you advise me to venture into to make reasonable amount of money?
Jeff have you ever considered adding something on price comparison sites for selling your used stuff? One of the fastest 100 bucks I have made so far was just from old textbooks and dvds on price comparison sites that give you the best offers. I know Bonavendi.com is a good but im sure there are others. Anyway would be interesting to see your take on the matter, the other ideas I found really creative though. Thanks for the read brother
I started using this because I used to just take all my breaks in the back room looking at emails. You never truly realize how much junk mail you have till you do this, and once you start to accomplish this, it dawns on you. I then realized there had to be a better way to do this, a better way to get money, and you’d be surprised at just how far you can go with this.
Eimimo is the site I was happily to introduce to my followers as it promised to offer a lucrative $10 upon registration, and every time you refer a new member, you get paid 25 cents according to its site statement. I have referred hundreds of members to this site and I was happy about that. The only drawback of this site is the requirement to read $5 worth of emails yourself before you can ask for any payment, and it took me one and half year to read enough emails to accummulate $4.
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Hi Helena, You might also want to spend some time on Anna’s site checking out all the different categories. She has lots of great information and ideas. One thing she has said is that you can look for jobs on some jobs sites. I have been looking on Indeed for jobs and found two yesterday. I was contacted by both of them very shortly after filling out applications and I am going through the hiring process for both. One thing though I have found with Indeed is that you really have to spend time searching to find the jobs. In other words don’t just think “work from home” or “work at home.” Try different job names you might be interested in like customer service, email support, etc. Sometimes you find better jobs this way. Good luck! 🙂
You could start with the ideas in this post. But we also have lots of other posts on this site that might help. Check out the ones on how to make money from home or side hustles. You could also check into getting assistance from the social services office in your area. In some areas they are called the Department for Children and Families, in others just Social & Rehabilitation Services. They might be able to help with basic needs, such as food, as well as helping you get qualified for Medicaid for health needs. I hope that helps you out.
Everyone likes puppies! Look around for the fat ones in your neighborhood. Those are the ones who have parents too lazy to walk them. But all puppies need and deserve exercise, and you need and deserve $100. Join forces with the fat puppies and profit from being a dog walker. Rover.com is where you’d go to find a ton of in-need, dog walker clients.
Hi. This is my first time on here. I have problems beening online and doing surveys that take to long and it gets really frustrating because i just been scammed out of some the last of my money. And its been very hard for me to do anything with out transportation. I also have no where to go with my grandson. I\\\’m heart broken and mad. My question to you. Is do. You think any of these site are ok or not.
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If you're looking for a quick fix, sell gigs on Fiverr. Everyone knows about the gig economy. It's evolved over the years. And today, they're not just five-dollar gigs that you're selling. But, you need to build credibility first. Deliver real value. Go out of your way. Get stellar reviews. Then. And only then. Can you really kick things into high gear.