October 30, 2010

A Friendly Reminder Why We Keep Striving To Find Ways To Make Money On The Internet

October 28, 2010

Cash Crate - Turning Time Into Free Cash

I know there are tons of survey opportunities out there, and I have been researching quite a few that netted no real results, but I gotta tell you that Cash Crate has been, by far, the best thing I've found.

Within the first 3 hours of signing up, I already have a $20 voucher, and I didn't have to wade through pages of repetitive surveys to get it.  They even give you $1 just for signing up... $1 you can spend, not just points that never become anything like most sites.

If surveys are your thing, they have offers you can complete for around a buck each, but the real gem is that you earn a percentage of the money you would spend on the internet shopping anyway! 3-4% on Itunes, 3% at WalMart, you get the picture! I really recommend checking it out, if for nothing else grabbing the low-hanging fruit to give yourself that $20 voucher I just earned in less time than I posted this!

October 24, 2010

ClickNwork - An Opportunity to Get Paid While Working Remotely From Home

I'm hearing good things about ClickNwork, a website where you can get paid $5-$150 per hour for basically doing freelance work on a per-assignment basis. You have to pass a pretty tough test to get in.

They claim, "At a time when companies are moving jobs offshore, we are promoting the vast and largely untapped resource of skilled and experienced people that want to work from home. Companies that have tried 'homesourcing' realize it can be as cost effective as offshoring but also brings quality gains and much more flexible staffing options. Working from home is also better for families and communities."

Once again, this sounds too good to be true, but if you can pass the test, it seems to offer an opportunity worth your time. I'll be trying this out in the near future, so expect an update... at least on how hard the test is, and how not to pass it!

October 23, 2010

How Can an Online Casino Let You Play With Their Money? Free Casino Money - The Truth

A no-deposit bonus is free money (real money) that some online casinos give you to try their games. The casino usually has some requirements for you to play a certain amount before you can withdraw the money. Ensure that you read the requirements.

Sound too good to be true, well it isn't. Receive a free bonus and play with the casino's cash. No need to send them any of your own money or give your credit card.

You can cash in these bonuses and receive money from them. If you win and follow the promotion terms (minimum play) they will send you cash. The casinos provide these bonuses to encourage you to try their games.

It's easy to get recommendations for online casinos that will give you free cash to play with. There really is no requirement for you to send them any money. Wow. Receive free cash and play with the casino's money. No need to deposit money or give your credit card.  You can use the search box below to search for online casinos that offer no-deposit bonuses, or visit the sponsors in the casino ad box below that offer such deals. Good Luck!

October 6, 2010

Associated Content - Turn Your Words Into Cash By Getting Paid To Write and Rant

Sounds simple, and it is... Associated Content will pay you to write for them. If you write a story, how-to, rant, how-to cut grass, etc., you can submit it to them and they will pay you $3-$20 per article if they like it.

You can sign up to be a contributor here. The process seems simple enough. They claim to exist "to allow anyone to share their voice, passion and expertise with the world -- and get paid for it. More than five years later, with a library of over 2 million pieces of content and a community of over 300,000 Contributors, we are the media company built for you, and powered by you."

Associated Content allows you to:

* Create original content (articles, videos, images or audio) on any topic you choose
* Connect with our audience of 30 million monthly visitors
* Earn money every time your content is viewed
* Claim exclusive freelance writing opportunities
* Establish your expertise by applying to our Featured Contributor program

If you try it, let me know how it goes. It's on my list of things to try, but I figured I'd pass along the info early. Good Luck!

October 4, 2010

Software Judge - Get Paid To Review Software... Sweet Work If You Can Get It

This is a new one to me... I'm just hearing about this from some followers, so I'm passing the info along to you. I have not done much research yet into this, but I wanted to post this to see if any of you have any feedback before I get too far into it.

Basically, this site, Software Judge, offers to pay you to review software... often titles you want to use yourself. Check out the details straight from their site below:

If you have strong opinions about software, whether positive or negative, and want to get paid for your reviews, you are in the right place. We pay up to 50 dollars for tell-it-like-it-is, no marketing BS, straight talking software reviews.

HOWEVER, it can't be just ANY review for ANY software. We only accept HONEST reviews for software LISTED at SOFTWAREJUDGE.COM (the list isn't huge, but you can pick what you like).

Obviously, your review has to be damn good for us to pay you fifty bucks and not every reviewer is going to get that much for a single review. However, you get paid at least a buck for any review published here. Ten reviews – ten bucks. Twenty reviews – twenty bucks. You do the math. The better your work, the more money you get for writing fewer reviews. 

Here are simple rules.

First. Submit only original reviews that you wrote personally. If we find out that there is a sentence that’s not yours (it’s very easy to find that out with Google), you won’t get paid. Even if you previously submitted top notch reviews that we really liked. We always run reviews through web search before paying you or buying software you requested. 

Second. Don’t submit more than three reviews in one day. Better yet, submit one review and see if it gets published or not. If it does not get published, it’s not good enough and we don’t want to spend several hours a day reading crappy reviews. Not everybody is good at this. But you have to be good to get published. Also, don’t bother us if your English is very bad. It’s fine if you make some mistakes (we all do), but a person who only had two years of English classes in high-school or college isn’t someone who is qualified for this job. 

Third. Besides freebies, like free reg keys and free games that we give away to best contributors, there are two ways you get paid. If you have $200 in your account, contact us via the form with the complete personal information necessary for us to send you the money. Right now the default method is Western Union, because money can be sent anywhere in the world in 15 minutes. Again, the minimum amount is $200 (two hundred dollars) because we don’t want to spend all our time in the bank. If you have at least $20 in your account, you can request any software, game or an e-book to be purchased. You pick any product you want that costs as much money as is currently available in your account (or less) BUT it has to be a DOWNLOADABLE. We don’t want to deal with shipping costs (we’ve got a few reviewers who live in Australia) or spend time finding out why your package never arrived. In this day and age, you can pretty much buy any software in downloadable form, just send us the link and we’ll get it for you. We won’t buy anything off eBay for the same reason – we don’t want to deal with merchants we can’t trust. 

Finally. Don’t be stupid. Don’t review software that you never tried. Don’t say software is good, if it’s bad. Don’t try to write only positive reviews. And never, never do anything that’ll piss us off.