This one i did actualy try look into as i'm definitely the type
to argue and debate about a subject for hours on end, problem was i could
actually find any that would pay me to participate. Although i am told it is
possible and can be done, maybe i was just having a moment?
To do this it kind of goes without saying you should have
something to write about, at least an opinion on something to write about. This
can be very lucrative if you're the freelance writer type, you earn residual
income for as long as your article or story stays on the database. Give it a
shot if you like writing, there is a link on the Articles and Stories page.
Personally i've never achieved any measure of success with
e-mails, i'm not even sure how its supposed to work. I have a link on the
e-mails page so feel free to check it out, who knows maybe i just missed it and
its really a goldmine?
Heralded by some as the next big thing and by others as the
dumbest idea ever swollowed. The idea is that you view adverts or websites for
30 seconds at a time and get paid anywhere from $0.005 to $0.02 per viewing.
Any semi decent maths type would realise immediately from this that one is not
going to get rich anytime soon from viewing ads and websites in 30 second
intervals. This is where referrals come in, you can earn on average $0.01 per
ad you view as well as $0.01 for every ad your dir...
Companies like AW Surveys and SurveySavvy provide their
customers with a constant supply of test subjects to participate in online
surveys where these customers can learn more about a specific market or part
thereof. This is where we come in, users register with the survey company and
take part in surveys requested by the customers, users earn money on a per
survey basis and as earning accumulate funds can be transferred to your online
AlertPay or PayPal account and then into your private ban...
This page covers all the other various ideas i've either tried
or am still busy trying with limited or no success as yet. Surveys,
Paid-to-click, responding to or creating e-mails, writing articles or stories,
participating in forums or discussion groups, etc.