One of the best! This is basically the most popular reward site, and they've paid out over $40 million dollars to users since they got started. I've used this site and been paid many, many times. Amazon and Paypal are the two most popular options for redemption, although there are other things to choose from, too. You only need 500 SB in your account to get a cash out on Swagbucks, and it's realistic to get a couple every week if you use this site consistently. Payouts are also fast. You can expect a payment sometimes within 48 hours, although it says in their terms to give them up to 10 days.
If you don’t already own a website, you can create your own website in 10 minutes with Bluehost for as little as $3.95 per month. To be forthright, you will not start earning money immediately from a brand-new website until you attract an audience. With patience and work, it is possible to earn more than $100,000 like Michelle from Making Sense of Cents does.
Another survey panel that pays fast, but you do have to have $15 in your account before you can cash out. This can take a while to reach if you don't have a lot of referrals. They are owned by the same people that run Instant Cash Sweepstakes. Typically payment comes to Paypal the same day you request it, although it has taken up to three days before.
Get paid by taking photos of art, cities, food and more with your smartphone and selling them on Depositphotos. Android and iOS users can sell photos for 50 cents to $80, and royalties average 44 percent per sale. Users are required to register an account at Clashot, share a photo with a complete description and a model release and complete a quick verification process to start selling.
Get Paid To Shop: The Shopkick app is a free mobile app that pays you walk into stores, link your credit card, scan barcodes in stores, shop online, refer friends and more. Convert points into gift cards and other cash prizes. This app makes shopping fun, and you even get a 250-point bonus when you sign-up as a new member. The best part? It's 100% FREE to join.
Slice the Pie is a site I use quite frequently. All you do is listen to music and rate/review it. You'll get paid anywhere from six to seven cents up to sometimes seventeen cents per song you review just depending on if they have any promos going on. It only takes a few minutes to review a song. They pay out on Tuesdays and Fridays and you must have a minimum of $10 to withdraw your earnings, but this is very possible to do twice per week.
PayPal Credit* gives customers the flexibility to pay for purchases over time, while you get paid in full, up front. Shoppers are more likely to spend more when they can pay over time. In fact, some small- and medium-sized businesses saw up to 68% larger transaction sizes for customers using PayPal Credit compared to credit and debit card transactions.**
3. Mturk.com is a service that has been around since 2011 although not many people know about it. You can signup and be paid per task. A task may ask you to copy down phone numbers from a web search or it may ask you to filter images. Each task pays differently and you are rated on your accuracy. If you are quick & accurate then you can earn quite a bit. There are plenty of jobs to go around and you can work as much or as little as you want.
Use the "Create a money request" if you have a simple request, such as lending your buddy $25 last week or providing a simple service such cleaning a carpet. You must know the person's email address -- he doesn't have to have a PayPal account -- and the amount you are charging them for. Click continue and then confirm the information and send a personal message if needed.
Because PayPal offers a debit card to customers, many work-at-home agents prefer this payment method as they can receive payment from an employer and immediately use those funds to pay their bills online or head out to do their grocery shopping. They don’t have to wait for funds to clear before they can be used as can occasionally happen when depositing a check.