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oxpaulo
01-22-2014, 05:17 PM
What are the sites that you use for some quick cash? CashCrate, InstaGC, Swagbucks? I like to write for textbroker for a quick 5-20 bucks if any of the available writing assignments interest me, otherwise it seems robotic to me.

LindaKay
01-23-2014, 12:32 AM
I like writing on Textbroker. I am a level five author over there.

iWriter is an OK website -- some of the clients are a bit difficult to get along with, but you can make some money there once you establish a few private clients who send you direct orders.

I also like writing on Bubblews. The cash isn't really quick over there, but it is easy.

owesem75
01-23-2014, 01:03 AM
Are these site pay members living outside the US? One of my friend had this experience - he joined a reward giving site and after sometime, he found out that he cannot be paid because he is outside the US. He eventually stopped working on online paying sites after that.

crimsonghost747
01-23-2014, 03:41 AM
Are these site pay members living outside the US? One of my friend had this experience - he joined a reward giving site and after sometime, he found out that he cannot be paid because he is outside the US. He eventually stopped working on online paying sites after that.

This is why you should always check the information on the website. If it's only for US based writers, it's written down somewhere. (usually in the FAQ)

Bubblews is open for all nationalities. It's an interesting concenpt, not going to make you rich but seeing as you can write whatever you want it's ok.
http://www.bubblews.com/?referral=5275611558ecd1.85467636
If you don't want to use the referral link (it has no disadvantage to you. You even get a $1 bonus if you sign up with it) you can go here www.bubblews.com

wahmbrenda
01-23-2014, 04:48 PM
I think that Bubblews is one that a lot of people like anymore. I used it for a while now just let the money accumulate and get $50 a month from it.

I like Swagbucks because I do a lot of online searching so that accumulates well for me.

Has anyone done mTurk? I do a lot of surveys through there. It was enough to pay for all of my daughter's Christmas presents this time around.

LindaKay
01-24-2014, 03:06 AM
I make a little bit of money off of Bubblews. I definitely won't complain about it; it's EASY money, even if it isn't FAST money. It's pretty fun, too; you can make some cool friends over there.

nick87
01-24-2014, 06:33 PM
Swagbucks is great. It pays for doing something I already do - searching the web. It's basically getting free money for doing nothing different other than using a different search engine. Plus, when I'm bored and wonder about something, it gives me an extra incentive to search about it online and learn things.

jfab
01-25-2014, 06:00 AM
I'm glad I have learned about some of the online writing gigs here. I'm curious about text broker though. Because I was wondering if there's a limit on what you can write and how about the tax details when you are a US citizen. Anyone can help me on this?

crimsonghost747
01-25-2014, 07:21 AM
For US citizens I think you can earn up to $600 for no tax. after that you have to report it.

delusional
01-26-2014, 08:57 AM
For US citizens I think you can earn up to $600 for no tax. after that you have to report it.

This is true as far as I know. I'm not sure anymore if this was monthly or yearly though. Could anyone provide more information abou this?

swagger
01-26-2014, 11:50 AM
I actually like doing CPA sites. Research if you'd like more information, as it's hard to explain. It basically brings in about $3k/month for me putting in an hour of work a day at maximum. There's insane money in CPA (or PPD if you'd like) sites, sadly most people don't take advantage of it.

nowicki2013
01-28-2014, 11:43 AM
There are a few websites that I use to make money on. You're on the right track since you're already writing for Textbroker. I also like using TreasureTrooper. It's kind of like CashCrate but they have different kinds of contests and ways to earn. You might also want to try MTurk. You pretty much do simple tasks for minimal pay. It's not a lot but it all ads up. Depending on how much time you spend on their site you can earn anywhere from $1-$20 a day.

oxpaulo
01-28-2014, 05:47 PM
Never even knew of Bubblenews, I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for all the suggestions.

oxpaulo
01-28-2014, 05:50 PM
Do you promote CPA ads on your website? Or is there another way to earn with it?

Meant to quote Swagger

Bizwiz1011
02-02-2014, 12:39 AM
Bubblews is one of my best earners. Sharing my posts on more than one social networking sites helps my earnings.

nowicki2013
02-02-2014, 09:31 AM
My favorite Get-Paid-To site by far is SimpleGPT. I get my offers credited the best and easiest on this site way better than any other one. They have a lot of contests too. The only thing I don't like is that I can only make about $2 a day on it but it doesn't take long and it's guaranteed. If you could use a couple of extra easy bucks a day to add to your online earnings this site should be on your daily schedule. I'll post the non-referral link and my referral link. You don't have to use my referral link if you don't want to be I'd appreciate it if you did and I can help you if you have any questions. Just shoot me a message if you need to!

Non-Referral Link: www.simplegpt.com
Referral Link: www.simplegpt.com/members/register.php?ref=XDetTigers420X

Brianna Jay
02-02-2014, 03:17 PM
My two favorite earners right now are Inboxdollars and Instant Rewards. However, I do hear a lot of good things about Bubblews. I think that will be something I definitely need to try out.

Vash
02-03-2014, 05:35 AM
If you talk about online earnings, the biggest "earner" is my own web site/forum... although it doesn't really earn me a lot.

I launched my web site a little less than two years ago with mixed purposes of both as a hobby and a ... "earner" for a little extra cash. It has two parts, a blog where I write articles about the niche topics, and a forum for people to discuss anything related to the niche. So far "my biggest earners" are Amazon Association program and BuySellAds.

One thing I don't understand is, why so many of you are willing to write for other web sites for earning money?
If I have good content to publish, I'd keep them on my own web site rather than give away to other web sites and only get a share of the profit. It doesn't cost a lot to do so. Just a domain of around $10 per year, and a basic hosting plan of less than $100 a year will do just fine. You get to keep all the revenue without having to go through a third party... but of course you need to create good original content in order to generate traffic and revenue.

Lodismel
02-03-2014, 09:25 AM
As far as earning money I would highly recommend that people check out Mturk. It's really easy to use, and really easy to earn some extra money in your spare time. Just set up some music and take 30 minutes to an hour a day and you can easily earn a couple hundred dollars a month. There are lots of other opportunities out there if you look for them. The main thing to know is that you should heavily research anything that you come across. Along with the opportunities are lots of people trying to scam you.

tspires2
02-03-2014, 10:38 AM
I love Textbroker! Mturk is a close second for me! I even like Viewpoints! It is as simple as posting a review for points and pay with Inbox Dollars! It is a close third for me! There are so many options to earn an income online as long as you really have the heart for it!

cpefley
02-03-2014, 10:55 AM
Definitely Bubblews. I make more blogging on there than any other site. I do like Swagbucks, but it is very limited. I haven't tried InstaGC or CashCrate. I also like ChatAbout. I don't really like sites where you have to sign up for offers. I would rather write to make money. Helium used to be great, but I'm not so sure anymore.

pandandesign
02-04-2014, 01:26 AM
I have tried Swagbucks, which it took me about a year to earn around 2000 points. I usually go to Constant Content and IWriter when I want to write for people or companies, which Constant Content pays better than IWriter in terms of the amount of money per article and words. I have also signed up Bubblews, which also takes me a long time to earn $1. I have signed up to a few freelancing sites, which are ODesk and Guru, and I have made a good amount of money doing tasks on Guru. I think Guru offers the best paid for their workers, which I highly recommend anyone would likes to do freelancing works should try Guru.

bizinchina
02-04-2014, 05:53 AM
I still make a nice chuck of cash from a couple of affiliate sites I set up in college. Money still comes in from clickbank and Cj.com , shareasale.com which is great for paying off the bills for the internet , the car , electricity . But I have to admit that there seems to be a threshold of how far you can go with referral websites. The best way to make cash online is creating your own products and get affiliate partners from similar sites to promote your product. I use e-junkie to pay my affiliates and only give an affiliate link to people who I trust with the name of my products. E-junkie has to be one of my favorite sites online.

sdsnook
02-07-2014, 01:14 AM
I am just getting started and I love Bubblews. I love Postloop as well. I have 7 forums i am working on and hope to see if this one pans out well. I will definitely check out the other sites you guys have suggested as well. I just started playing a couple of game too that say will pay out. I got the links from Brainygames: http://brainygames.info/summary.html Then I also just found this cool site that will pay you $100 for a top ten list called Listverse. Lots more out there I have a girl friend who writes for Parenting blogs, mags and the such she pulls in around $1000 or more for these a month. Check out The Kerrie Show to see her earnings! Good Luck! :)

JohnSword
02-07-2014, 03:14 AM
It's too bad I don't live in the U.S, so I don't have the chance to try Textbroker. I'll give Bubblews a go, since I've read positive reviews here.

One of my favorite earners at the moment is Spreadshirt, since design has always been my passion. It's also very satisfying when someone buys your design and you get a commission from it.

her27
02-10-2014, 05:57 PM
I'd like to see what Bubblews and mTurk involve. I haven't heard of mTurk until now, so I'm curious about it. Thanks for the link to Bubblews, I'll definitely check it out. :)

oregano
02-12-2014, 10:57 PM
This is true as far as I know. I'm not sure anymore if this was monthly or yearly though. Could anyone provide more information abou this?

If you're a US citizen or resident, you can earn $600 a year before you need to fill out a W-9 form to report your income to the IRS. You may or may not need to pay tax on it - that depends on how much you're earning overall and a bunch of other factors that determine your income tax status.

If you're not a US citizen or resident, you would fill out a W-8 form instead once you reach the $600 a year mark, but normally you won't need to pay any US taxes.

PotterM
02-13-2014, 09:55 AM
I like Bubblews. I've been using it since January and have made a decent amount there. There are some people doing really well there, but you need to put in the effort and hours to achieve it.

I've only used iWriter a little bit. I haven't had a problem with it yet. The only issue I have is the pay for articles is ridiculously low.

I also really like Fiverr. Most of the initial gigs I got there led to a lot more from the same client. I have only two gigs running at the moment, but they're doing really well. The only think I don't like about it is that you have to wait for payments to clear, which takes over week. So if you need some cash immediately it's not ideal. However, if you build it up over time it can be a nice little income stream.

I've heard good things about Textbroker. I've only joined and haven't written anything yet, as there doesn't seem to be much work there at the moment.

t0rnad0
02-13-2014, 11:04 AM
I like to use Ipsos i-Say (http://dollarblab.com/likes/ipsos), NeoBux (http://dollarblab.com/likes/neobux), Swagbucks (http://dollarblab.com/likes/swagbucks), and ClixSense (http://dollarblab.com/likes/clixsense) to make money online. It's quick and easy to use these sites each day and the money really adds up quick. I've tried other sites like Fiverr but there's way to much competition that it's difficult to stand out from the crowd.

DonnaIReilly
02-16-2014, 12:58 PM
Bubblews and PostAnyArticle are two of my favourites. I also love Scripted.com. I get loads of work from that site too. I'm hearing a lot about Swagbucks also, so I might give that a try too :). I'm also earning good money on my own site Jobs For Five Euros, you might want to give it a try everyone :).

CeliVega
02-16-2014, 08:38 PM
These are some of the web sites that I encountered before. Not all of them are suitable for me, but maybe they could work for you all. Here's some: BoostCTR, InfoArmy, Knoji, and Clickbank. Also a sincere thank you for everyone that has posted about other web sites that I have never heard about. I will surely check them out.

gadgetised
02-17-2014, 06:44 PM
I am interested in this Text Broker site. I have not heard of it before. I am assuming it is some sort of freelance writing website? Has anyone had any good experience with the site? How easy is it to build up an author rep and actually get paying jobs? I have tried sites like this before and found them to be a bit of a time waster. Any thoughts?

Taru
02-17-2014, 08:45 PM
I've only recently started to get back to online earning, so I don't really have many sites I utilize now. The most recent one I've tried is BubbleWS and it ended up with me not getting paid, so I'm a little disappointed, but I am just going to move on and maybe try out some of the suggested programs here. I'm also looking into getting back into HYIP which I always found very enjoyable in the past, even though it's extremely risky.

gadgetised
02-18-2014, 12:33 AM
Still using Adsense. It is my biggest earner. I don't make enough to replace an income but I am getting closer! Anybody got any good Adsense tips?

Lithium
02-21-2014, 05:23 AM
I usually make a bit of money from Microworkers. I don't earn that much, maybe 50 dollars a week, but it's enough for an internet business. The tasks are easy and it takes little to no time, so I recommend this site to anyone who's in a 2nd world country and wants to make a few dollars.

WeDontSleep
02-24-2014, 06:47 AM
Spark Profit and Postloop. Unlike all those PTCs, these are actually really fun :D. Spark Profit does require some knowledge about the Forex market before you can start playing it, but it has all information available on the website itself so it makes everything very easy. Postloop can be pretty hard at first, but once you get a little more experience reading and commenting on forums and blogs, it becomes easy too.

caveman
02-24-2014, 09:20 AM
Iwriter and Propux are one of my favourites. I love writing and i'm always looking to expand my views and take up new challenges and that's what iwriter does for me. I get very interested topics sometimes. Probux is really easy and you need to be extremely patient but it's definitely worth it in the long run.

Lithium
02-24-2014, 09:33 AM
Microworkers are indeed a good way of earning fair money. With little work, you can make 30 dollars a month. If you want more, you need to work more, and you'll eventually earn more.

angelicagapit
02-26-2014, 02:00 AM
If you talk about online earnings, the biggest "earner" is my own web site/forum... although it doesn't really earn me a lot.

I launched my web site a little less than two years ago with mixed purposes of both as a hobby and a ... "earner" for a little extra cash. It has two parts, a blog where I write articles about the niche topics, and a forum for people to discuss anything related to the niche. So far "my biggest earners" are Amazon Association program and BuySellAds.

One thing I don't understand is, why so many of you are willing to write for other web sites for earning money?
If I have good content to publish, I'd keep them on my own web site rather than give away to other web sites and only get a share of the profit. It doesn't cost a lot to do so. Just a domain of around $10 per year, and a basic hosting plan of less than $100 a year will do just fine. You get to keep all the revenue without having to go through a third party... but of course you need to create good original content in order to generate traffic and revenue.

I like that you have an entrepreneurial mindset. You're actually right in a number of ways, but people who are willing to do that are people who know what to do in terms of creating a website, marketing your website, and earning from that website.

Me, on the other hand, am satisfied with posting on third party websites because I have no experience in putting up my own website, nor do I really know how to earn money from it.

Thanks for you opinion though! This is the first in this thread that I've read something a bit different.

angelicagapit
02-26-2014, 02:11 AM
I sincere thank you for suggesting and recommending good online money-making opportunities. I respect you guys for being able to give us short reviews and descriptions of each site. From what I read since the beginning of the thread, I will definitely check out Bubblews and Mturk.

Am I allowed to join those sites even though I'm currently living in the Philippines? And what site you guys suggest more, Mturk or Microworkers?

Thanks again guys!

crimsonghost747
02-26-2014, 02:26 AM
I do use some of these online earners... not many though and not too actively. But I do use the money I get from them to buy myself little things, such as the new phone I got recently. My money from working goes towards normal stuff such as food and bills and I save a bit each month.

CeliVega
03-02-2014, 08:44 PM
All these talking about Bubblews makes me want to try it out as well......And then when I went there yesterday the site was temporary down, Bummer >_>
Exactly how do it works? You write for them and they spread your articles to other sites? Or your articles got posted on their sites and you get money for whoever that gives you a good rating?

angelicagapit
03-02-2014, 10:22 PM
It's too bad I don't live in the U.S, so I don't have the chance to try Textbroker. I'll give Bubblews a go, since I've read positive reviews here.

One of my favorite earners at the moment is Spreadshirt, since design has always been my passion. It's also very satisfying when someone buys your design and you get a commission from it.


I'll definitely try out Bubblews as well. Hopefully I can get lucky with earning a few bucks on that site. Also, I've read up about Spreadshirt and it's interesting. How many designs have you made and do you get a good amount of money from it?

I enjoy designing as well, and my designs are quite simple. I'm interested actually in trying Spreadshirt out. Do you really recommend it? Why is it your favorite earner?

Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.

sdsnook
03-02-2014, 11:21 PM
I am just getting started on Bubblews and a couple other forum based sites. I am also starting to do some social networking and websites to make some cash. The world is changing and eventually many of us will be working on line. Best to get started now before it gets crazy!!! Here's my referral link:http://www.bubblews.com/?referral=52e08447ebe4d9.59082607

foduu1
03-03-2014, 03:17 AM
Are generally most of these internet site shell out associates residing outside the ALL OF US? One of my friend had this practical knowledge -- he or she joined up with a reward presenting internet site along with soon after at some point, he or she learned which he are not paid simply because they are outside the ALL OF US. They ultimately ceased taking care of on-line paying out internet sites and then.

foduu1
03-06-2014, 12:40 AM
This pays for accomplishing one thing We without a doubt accomplish : searching the net. It really is basically obtaining totally free cash pertaining to accomplishing nothing at all different apart from using a different search engine. Plus, when I am bored in addition to speculate regarding one thing, the item provides everyone an additional bonus to look about it on the internet in addition to discover factors.

mikelouis
03-06-2014, 01:45 AM
I normally work as a freelance writer. I have never put much trust in PTC and GPT sites mentioned in the original post. I think they are just a waste of time. Sometimes I work on postloop just pass time and still earn something in return.

angelicagapit
03-06-2014, 02:45 AM
What sites do you work on as a freelance writer?

I'm interested in checking out some freelance sites that I could put a job on sometime soon. I'm really interested in earning some extra cash because I love writing and I also love earning money online.

What site have you actually got paid from already? And are those sites valid for non-US residents? I'm currently living in the Philippines, so I'm quite limited to money making sites.

coffee
03-06-2014, 01:56 PM
This thread was very informative, thank you everyone for sharing. I added some of the mentioned sites to my list to check out later.

I'm a writer with a severe block. Trying out sites like these are helping my creativity to flow again. I have my own blog, and it takes a lot of work and commitment to make it successful. These sites offer bits of motivation to help me along the way.

cpefley
03-06-2014, 05:33 PM
This is true as far as I know. I'm not sure anymore if this was monthly or yearly though. Could anyone provide more information abou this?

No, that is not true at all. The $600 level just means that if a source pays you at least $600 a year then they have to provide you with a 1099. You have to pay tax on ANY income that you make, it doesn't matter how much.

Gmac9100
03-06-2014, 06:08 PM
My top earning site is Amazons Mechanical Turk. the pay is not that great, but the work is consistent. You can work on Mturk all day if you wanted. Those other sites are to inconsistent for my taste. You never know what you are going to get from day to day. That is why Mturk is the best.

M.K
03-06-2014, 10:03 PM
Postloop is a decent way to monetize any free time you have, but it's not a significant source of income. I make most of my internet-related revenue by writing articles for a number of websites and blogs. I provide specialized content for sites who've inquired about my services.

foduu1
03-06-2014, 11:46 PM
It pays for doing something I already do - searching the web. It's basically getting free money for doing nothing different other than using a different search engine. Plus, when I'm bored and wonder about something, it gives me an extra incentive to search about it online and learn things.

Eagles910
03-07-2014, 08:10 AM
Postloop is a decent way to monetize any free time you have, but it's not a significant source of income. I make most of my internet-related revenue by writing articles for a number of websites and blogs. I provide specialized content for sites who've inquired about my services.

They are very good. They always pay quickly, and the pay is consistent. However it requires a lot of effort to earn enough to cash out. A lot of sites are easier to earn on, but they do not offer the same consistency. I would definitely recommend Postloop as a consistent source of income, but do not expect to get rich.

TheFenix71
03-17-2014, 10:02 PM
I would suggest if you like to write just start your own blog. The money actually comes in faster than you think if you get cranking. My favorite is BIM. The amount of money to be made there is probably a lot more than you are used to on the internet. I joined and within a very short time i started getting great results! They have a HUGE product they are about to release and every time that happens people earn. I learned that being a pushy person to just get people in your deal is b.s. so I don't do it. Just giving you an Idea. Another which I am not a part of is Directory of Ezines from Charlie Page. Starting your own ezine can be done quickly. I am only suggesting these because making a couple bucks from doing articles is great but for the same work you could be bringing people to your own stuff as opposed to people paying you to write and you only making a couple bucks and they earn big. Elance and Fiverr are the ones I usually suggest people to though.

Hope that helps. If you got any more questions drop me a line

foduu1
03-19-2014, 04:08 AM
My spouse and i help make some cash off from Bubblews. My spouse and i surely is not going to make a complaint concerning this; it truly is QUICK cash, regardless of whether it's not RAPID cash. It truly is pretty exciting, too; you possibly can make a few awesome buddies above there.

Lithium
03-19-2014, 12:44 PM
Lately, SurveySavvy has proven itself to be quite worthy.

Eagles910
03-19-2014, 12:59 PM
My spouse and i help make some cash off from Bubblews. My spouse and i surely is not going to make a complaint concerning this; it truly is QUICK cash, regardless of whether it's not RAPID cash. It truly is pretty exciting, too; you possibly can make a few awesome buddies above there.

I disagree with this completely. It is well known that Bubblews is a scam site. They make you reach, an almost impossible $50 cashout minimum. Then they reject your withdraw request. Bubblews does not pay!

lizzief79
03-19-2014, 06:10 PM
There are lots of sites I love working on. I write for Textbroker, Demand Media Studios, Constant Content, Zerys, Bubblews, Hire Writers and quite a few more on and off. Bubblews is fun because you can write about anything without having to wait for good assignments to come up. The others are all steady streams of income for me. I tried iWriter but didn't like the type of content that was being requested, mainly about guns or adult content.

Are these site pay members living outside the US? One of my friend had this experience - he joined a reward giving site and after sometime, he found out that he cannot be paid because he is outside the US. He eventually stopped working on online paying sites after that.
All of the above sites you can write for if you live in the UK. I am not sure about other countries.

Eagles910
03-19-2014, 08:10 PM
I disagree with this completely. It is well known that Bubblews is a scam site. They make you reach, an almost impossible $50 cashout minimum. Then they reject your withdraw request. Bubblews does not pay!

Has anyone been paid by Bubblews?

Gmac9100
03-19-2014, 08:15 PM
Has anyone been paid by Bubblews?

No. I was never paid by Bubblews. I have no idea why they are getting so many positive reviews.

bauss
03-21-2014, 10:53 AM
I've made a few bucks with Swagbucks, but nothing major. I don't really use sites like that anymore. I make more money from my own site, and making improvements.

Eagles910
03-21-2014, 02:41 PM
I've made a few bucks with Swagbucks, but nothing major. I don't really use sites like that anymore. I make more money from my own site, and making improvements.

You are right. There is much ore money to be made by owning your own site, but i thought this thread was for people who do not have that resource.

eagle22
03-23-2014, 10:25 PM
I used to use TextBroker to write some articles for people, but the problem is the fact that I feel like there aren't many articles available. I have had a great experience with iWriter.

ZammyCash
03-26-2014, 08:27 AM
I liked Swagbux a lot but now I can't complete any of the surveys so it doesn't earn me pretty much anything.
My favorite in terms of having fun while doing it would be Slicethepie, which consists on listening to songs and reviewing them. It's fun because you can set genre preferences. The earning rates are not AMAZING but you could make a few dollars a day if you post really detailed reviews.

Lithium
03-26-2014, 10:43 AM
I really wish sites such as Swag Bucks and Slice The Pie would be available in most of the Europe.

foduu1
03-27-2014, 12:42 AM
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runic
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This is true as far as I know. I'm not sure anymore if this was monthly or yearly though. Could anyone provide more information abou this?

I'm pretty sure it's yearly.

By the way, to answer the OP, my favorite site is Mintvine... although there are a bunch more on http://siteslikeswagbucks.com/

Brittany
12-19-2015, 09:17 AM
I have tried Swagbucks, which it took me about a year to earn around 2000 points. I usually go to Constant Content and IWriter when I want to write for people or companies, which Constant Content pays better than IWriter in terms of the amount of money per article and words. I have also signed up Bubblews, which also takes me a long time to earn $1. I have signed up to a few freelancing sites, which are ODesk and Guru, and I have made a good amount of money doing tasks on Guru. I think Guru offers the best paid for their workers, which I highly recommend anyone would likes to do freelancing works should try Guru.

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10-16-2020, 11:58 PM
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10-20-2020, 08:36 AM
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10-20-2020, 06:31 PM
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10-22-2020, 02:50 AM
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11-10-2020, 09:00 AM
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jayam12
11-13-2020, 09:09 AM
Kylie Jenner $590M.
Kanye West $170M.
Roger Federer $106.3M.
Cristiano Ronaldo $105M.
Lionel Messi $104M.
Tyler Perry $97M.
Neymar $95.5.
Howard Stern $90.

mithu
11-13-2020, 09:15 AM
Rank Website Annual Revenue
1 Amazon $107 Billion
2 Google $74.98 Billion
3 JD.com $28 Billion
4 Facebook $17.93 Billion

Geethan
11-15-2020, 11:35 PM
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Bigil
11-16-2020, 12:38 AM
Are these site pay members living outside the US? One of my friend had this experience - he joined a reward giving site and after sometime, he found out that he cannot be paid because he is outside the US. He eventually stopped working on online paying sites after that.

jayam12
11-17-2020, 04:34 AM
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mithu
11-17-2020, 04:41 AM
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11-17-2020, 07:31 AM
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Geethan
11-18-2020, 12:03 AM
CashCrate, InstaGC, Swagbucks? I like to write for textbroker for a quick 5-20 bucks

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11-18-2020, 12:18 AM
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Geetha john
11-19-2020, 12:06 AM
The top earning celebrities were Kylie Jenner and Kanye West​, who brought in $590 million and $170 million, respectively.

master007
11-19-2020, 12:54 AM
I think that Bubblews is one that a lot of people like anymore. I used it for a while now just let the money accumulate and get $50 a month from it.

Nags
11-21-2020, 12:11 AM
I have learned about some of the online writing gigs here. I'm curious about text broker though.

Geetha john
12-19-2020, 01:06 AM
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jayam12
01-08-2021, 08:21 AM
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mithu
01-08-2021, 08:26 AM
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01-08-2021, 08:31 AM
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MASTERO
01-20-2021, 12:09 AM
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01-21-2021, 01:50 AM
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01-21-2021, 01:54 AM
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01-21-2021, 01:57 AM
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01-22-2021, 12:01 AM
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belljons
01-22-2021, 12:58 AM
What are the sites that you use for some quick cash? CashCrate, InstaGC, Swagbucks? I like to write for textbroker for a quick 5-20 bucks if any of the available

MASTERO
01-29-2021, 12:20 AM
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AndrewGreen
01-29-2021, 10:37 AM
Freelance, website creation and profitable and I like programming

alishbasaki
01-29-2021, 11:57 PM
Google Opinion Rewards
Swagbucks
Ibotta
Shopkick

KENZAdvertising2
01-30-2021, 01:40 AM
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master007
01-30-2021, 07:02 AM
One of my friend had this experience - he joined a reward giving site and after sometime, he found out that he cannot be paid because he is outside the US. He eventually stopped working on online paying sites after that.

master007
03-13-2021, 12:49 AM
For US citizens I think you can earn up to $600 for no tax. after that you have to report it.