This is an interesting way of earning money as your opinion counts, literally! You get to give your opinion on music tracks and count your money twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday via Paypal. I've personally cashed out several times on Thursday and my funds were in my account the next day. A track is sent to you on a daily basis and you give feedback as to whether it is a hit or a miss. You also get to increase your earnings by referring friends to Slice the Pie, yes, the pie is too big for you to enjoy alone. Through their reviews, you get to earn bonuses. Click here to get started!
Swagbucks remains popular as they are a reliable site, offering novel ways to earn rewards, including playing games and watching videos. Completing polls and surveys for money takes around 10 minutes each and can make up the bulk of your time on the site. You won’t always qualify, and getting to a late stage in a survey application process and then finding out you’re not qualified can be pretty galling. The slickly designed website is straightforward and pleasing to use and also allows you to make money on your shopping by offering a range of affiliate links. By simply clicking on the Swagbucks link and shopping at sites including Amazon, Walmart and Nike, you will earn points, as those companies are paying Swagbucks to link to them, and you get a share of their fee.
-EDIT- The apps were TapTapSee and CamFind. When I was doing the tagging, the company was under "Image Searcher Inc." which seems to have turned into "CloudSight". The job was posted on craigslist a couple years back. Basically you would log in to their website (tagpics.net) and receive images people took for identification, you would have a few seconds to come up with a detailed description of what the photo was of. You were allowed to cash out once you got over $80. I have no idea how they do things now. Searching the apps brought me to their website, with a description that makes it seem like it may be automated now? I'm honestly not sure. This was late 2013 and early 2014 when I did it. If anyone has any luck, let me know. All I have are a few old emails from them. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Gigwalk is a crowd-sourced service that helps businesses with various types of tasks that help them learn how they’re doing. It’s an app that pays people to do these task for them. Anyone can apply to be a Gigwalker. You download the app, view a map full of tasks in the neighborhood immediately around you and get to work. Tasks can include things like:
Amazon gift cards and PayPal are obviously popular choices, so naturally like most sites MySurvey had those. These guys did not stop there though. At the time of writing (I double checked) they also offer various sweepstakes, gift cards to restaurants, you can donate to charities like UNICEF through them, they have iTune gift cards, their very own merchandising products and also Starbucks, Walmart and Tango gift cards among many more options!
↪ Earn Points(100 Points=$1) through Surveys, Offers, Tasks Offerwalls and Videos ↪ Site was established in 2007. ↪ International - Most earning opportunities are for US,UK,CA, AU and Europe. ↪ Rewards are processed instantly to 24 hrs depending on your account level. ↪ Tons of Rewards from $5 Paypal, $2 Amazon Gift Cards, Prepaid Visa GC and hundreds name brand store gift cards.
It may take time to build that audience that turns views into dollars. The average revenue per 1,000 YouTube views is just over $6. But with enough videos for fans to scroll through, those views can add up over time. While you’re building an audience, you could also join an affiliate program related to your channel and make money online through affiliate links in your video descriptions.
I act as a middleman. I help these smaller businesses reach a larger audience and direct new customers to their site/product, usually offering discount/bogo incentives on follow-up purchases (in hopes of improving their ROI and cultivating new customers) while keeping with that particular company's branding, etc. They offer me a selection of their inventory for free or nearly free and I keep whatever profits on what's sold.
You can make money online just have to learn the basics I do affiliate marketing and make commissions. You just have to know how to find the right products and be able to drive traffic( people clicking on the link) to the offer. I still have a full time job and now use the extra money pay off my wife college loans. It does relieve some stress by having another income stream for our family
Considering that you have a finite amount of time, passive income should make up a large part of your work. And if you’re serious about generating any semblance of income online, then passive income should be one of your sole goals and ambitions. Why? Simply this. Wouldn’t you prefer to do the work one time and get paid repeatedly as opposed to relying on your time to generate that income?
Just be aware that anything that talks about $50-80/hr part-time is not real and/or citing the absolute maximum top most unethical performers. That is what you might make online for some highly skilled specialized tech support. Those jobs exist, but mostly the people in them are actual experienced professionals in those fields. It is not typically done as a side light.
Need more ideas on how to make money online? Another strategy is using webinars to market your product, service, or course. I’ve done webinars to promote my financial planning practice and to drum up interest in my online course for financial advisors. With a webinar, you’re basically offering a lot of tips and advice for free — usually in a live format. At the end though, you pitch your paid product or service with the goal of securing a few deals.

I did some transcription part time whilst I was at uni. You get given a recording (nearly always just audio) of a conversation which then you'll type up in a consistent format, word for word. You generally get paid per minute of audio, rather than how long it takes you - so initially it may take a bit longer than expected until you get used to it. Typing quickly (I think ~100WPM+ is recommended) helps somewhat, but it can't save you from a bad quality audio source. 

When I lived in Boston we had Allston Christmas...basically at the end of August when everyone's lease was ending people in Allston would just put their furniture out on the street for anyone to take. Never saw any MacBooks or electronics, but there was always some decent furniture out there for the taking. I was just a student as well so never really took anything but an end table, but if you had space, a roomy car, and a little restoration skill you could pretty easily pick up and flip furniture for some decent side cash (at least when September comes around)
7. Shop online. You can spend money online (and earn cash back) at some websites and apps, like Shopkick, where the more you spend, the more reward points (or "kicks") you'll get, which you can redeem for gift cards. Here's how it works: After you connect your debit or credit card with the Shopkick app, you can shop online or in stores with Shopkick's retail partners, which include Target, CVS, Marshalls, Best Buy and Amazon.com. The catch: It will take some time to pocket a significant amount. While you might get 500 points for buying an item or doing a task, like walking into a store (you can earn kicks just for simply walking into some shops), 500 points may translate to a $2 Target gift card. With that said, if you’re looking to gradually grow your savings by shopping at retailers you already visit, it may be worthwhile to download the app.
Paid survey site companies invest billions of dollars into marketing research online.  They always want to find out more intricate details of a consumer's relationship with their product.  Whether it's a new television show or just an existing product line, companies like Disney, Samsung, and Sony go to great lengths to find out their ideal audiences.
Amazon gift cards and PayPal are obviously popular choices, so naturally like most sites MySurvey had those. These guys did not stop there though. At the time of writing (I double checked) they also offer various sweepstakes, gift cards to restaurants, you can donate to charities like UNICEF through them, they have iTune gift cards, their very own merchandising products and also Starbucks, Walmart and Tango gift cards among many more options!
How much will you make? I think my best month with Google AdSense was almost $5,000 over the last ten years. That amazing month blew my mind since it was actually near the beginning of my blogging journey. When you go from making zero to $5,000 in a month, that will rock your world. For me, it also got me even more excited because I knew there were other ways to monetize.
Survey Club has been offering online paid surveys since 2005, and in the fast paced every changing world of the web that’s a reassuringly long amount of time. They are a bit of an acquired taste, in that they specialise in long, detailed surveys for high end clients rather than the quick and cheerful consumer surveys that you may be more familiar with. Whilst this does mean that you may have to commit a bit more time, it does mean that if you have the patience to persevere with them they pay more money than most survey and reward sites. They also offer local taste tests (see what I said about ‘an acquired taste’?), and secret shopper opportunities. 

got a question, I live in europe but the only thing available is 'is this site sexually explicit or not' and they send me to most disgusting sex sites ever, like cutting people down and raping them animal porn all kinds of disgutting stuff, and they only pay 0.01 per click which is horrible payment for this work. But if I were to make an American account would block me/not pay me?
This! Handmade is now a selling point in titles and tags on Etsy due to guys like op. Right now Etsy is a side hussle for me, everything handmade right from my studio. The road that op is on is a good way to get banned by Etsy as mass produced items can only come from Etsy approved manufactoring sites. You can do 100,000 if you expand your workshop and hire more to handmake items. I target a niche, run facebook ads, shoot all the images myself, and listings. When I expand I will outsource most of that so I am able to creat and have others help. These other workers will go on the etsy page as my contributors. Etsy will catch on to Op as I dont think shareholder wish to turn it into a cheaper Ebay/shopify. But folks like Op do me a favor by adding value to handmade and my product without me doing anything but adding the tag "Handmade", "Not from China" to my titles and tags. 

After joining a survey site, you provide some personal and demographic information, which legitimate survey sites will keep private. That information will be used in choosing participants to take surveys on certain goods and services. If you get selected to take part in a survey, you will be notified through mail to take a short survey to see if your profile suits that survey. When you are deemed qualified, you will be requested to take a longer survey.
I have the links on the Facebook page, I don't have them handy as I am at work and just hop on Reddit once every couple hours.. If you Google the company names you can find the companies pretty easily.. also i included the sites for a few of the things above. For the major companies, Google them, go to their career page, and when searching for a job you search terms like "work from home," "remote," and "telecommute." I may be able to send you a few links tomorrow, but I am slammed after work today as well.
And lastly, let's discuss privacy.  In some ways, Pinecone Research gets it right – they use the information to verify you are not a duplicate or in any way defrauding them out of a valuable opinion.  After that, they only use your personal information for developing metrics and usage statistics – not giving it out to every third party that comes along.  More importantly, they take consumer information privacy seriously.  When they compile their reports for their clients, they scrub all data of any identifying information.
OpinionWorld is an online survey panel maintained and operated by Survey Sampling International, LLC ("SSI"). SSI is a premier global provider of opinions and links companies with consumer views. Over 3,000 companies worldwide use SSI to gain insights to grow their business. SSI has 40 years of experience and 32,000,000 surveys are completed annually. SSI has several survey panels including Your Voice in India.
I tried to be very straightforward on that one since the majority of the time you will be doing a FaceTime meeting with the researcher who is going to ask you a bunch of questions over video. That being said, I have submitted somewhere around 250 applications and have only been invited to about 20 research interviews. It is all a numbers game, but it definitely pays off.
Something very important to note before signing up at any site claiming to pay you cash to take surveys is that all legitimate sites offering online surveys that pay do not charge registration fees – they are free to join. Some sites may even offer you bonus as you sign in, to show you they are happy you have become a part of their team and helping them increase their revenue.
The number one reason why I liked MySurvey the best out of the 30-something sites I had the privilege or misfortune to try, was no doubt its versatility. This versatility is present not only in the reward system and the referral program – which are important aspects on their own – but clearly shows in their surveys too. Filling out boring surveys always feels like hard work, even though it’s really not if you think about it. With MySurvey, you will see a huge variety of different topics.

Get fine-print savvy. Some websites will say you won an Xbox360 or a new laptop, for example, but if you look carefully, you’ll usually find an asterisk near the "you won" part. Be especially wary of weasel words, like "you may have already won," or "new laptop is based on a purchase of gummy bears worth $5,000 or more." Don't fall into these sorts of traps; they're ridiculously difficult and not worth it.
Consider some other ways you could make money online or elsewhere. You could start a website, try your hand at creating videos or build your own products to sell on the Internet. Unfortunately, you're going to need a fair amount of expertise to make it in any of these areas, and if you don't have the know-how yet, you'll almost certainly need some intense training in Web design, editing or the like. 
As the technological and cultural landscapes change in the coming years, getting paid to complete online surveys may be one of the easiest and most rewarding opportunities presented to you, a consumer, in the digital age. If you want to get cash for taking surveys that will help your favourite brands meet your needs better, register at OpinionWorld and get started right away - there is nothing to lose.

It may take time to build that audience that turns views into dollars. The average revenue per 1,000 YouTube views is just over $6. But with enough videos for fans to scroll through, those views can add up over time. While you’re building an audience, you could also join an affiliate program related to your channel and make money online through affiliate links in your video descriptions.


Of the dozens of available programs online, there is a clear third choice. E-Poll provides a convenient online forum for you to express your opinions on a variety of issues that affect our daily lives. E-poll's goal is to give users an effective tool to project their voice through interactive surveys. Earn valuable reward points that can be converted to cash or traded in for gift cards and other exciting stuff. Sign up today to become an E-Poll member.
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Rewards are paid out in cash and PayPal, but the catch of having short surveys is reflected in the pay, which can be miniscule per survey. As you need to earn $50 before you can withdraw anything, that’s a lot of low-paying surveys before you’ve made your money! Some people have complained online that once you get close to the withdrawal amount, the surveys dry up. One way around this is to refer a friend as you’ll receive a bonus when they sign up and you’ll hit your target to withdraw your funds. It’s a bit of a downside, but there are hundreds of very happy consumers who love the site, so it’s worth a shot, especially if you get fed up with the boring or repetitive nature of some of the quizzes elsewhere.
Hey everyone. I posted a few weeks back detailing how I am making upwards of $1,000 a month through the use of beermoney sites. Beermoney is, according to Urban Dictionary, "Extra money for non-essential payments, available for spending on luxuries, hobbies, or a fresh pint of your favorite draft." I use this definition, because this is (in most cases) not intended to be a primary source of income. This is a way to supplement what you already have. There is no way to know what you will make any given month, so do not count on it. My worst month I only made around $500 and my best I made over $2,000.
Return on Time: 3.5/5.0- Their payrate isn’t overwhelming- the average per hour hovers around $3. Depending on the user’s activity on the website, it can take anywhere from a couple of days to as long as a month just to earn CashCrate’s cash-out amount of $20. You certainly won’t be making top-dollar with this site, but despite their low pay they do pay their members consistently.
The only online survey that ever gave me money was an online survey about social media that was sent to my email for some reason. I forgot about it entirely later, and out of the blue they send me a 25 bucks virtual Visa. Excited, I tried other venues, no dice, bunch of long question and not a dime. Even bitcoin faucets gives you more money (the lowest paying legitimate job ever will still pay you thousand times more though). Think about it, why would college students with their familiarity of internet still do menial jobs if filling survey pay even a fraction of their jobs?
Focus on the surveys and offers at the top of the list. Here's a tip not many people know. CashCrate has a special algorithm that automatically selects the best surveys and offers and places them at the top of the list. There are several factors that go into determining which are the “best”, including payout, approval rate, and a variety of other factors. But all you need to know is that these surveys and offers are great, so you can do them in confidence!
I didn't do it for too long, 2-3 months at most, as I found it quite stressful alongside uni (was studying MSci Physics at the time). You get strict deadlines for returning a completed transcript which has to be very accurate (or they can return it to you to improve without extra pay), the audio quality can vary wildly from source to source so it can be difficult to distinguish the different speakers, and the pay was mediocre.
I act as a middleman. I help these smaller businesses reach a larger audience and direct new customers to their site/product, usually offering discount/bogo incentives on follow-up purchases (in hopes of improving their ROI and cultivating new customers) while keeping with that particular company's branding, etc. They offer me a selection of their inventory for free or nearly free and I keep whatever profits on what's sold.
Yup. That and people also don't understand that a business write off isn't free money. I.e. if you have a business expense of 100$, that doesn't mean you get to take 100 of your final tax amount, it means you don't pay taxes on that 100$. For me, that's around 40 percent, so it's how I justify those 8$ airport beers. That, and you know, you're in a damn airport.
CashCrate gives you the opportunity to make extra money by watching advertising videos and you can win prizes by playing games and contest on the site. A particularly good feature is its generous referral program, which is head and shoulders above much of the industry. If you refer your friend, you’ll get 20 percent of their earnings! If that referred friend refers someone else, you will also earn another 10 percent of what that person earns. It’s in your interest then to sign up, sign your friends up and get them to work to make you some extra money from surveys.
One of the oldest and longest running survey sites, Vindale Research is a legitimate option for making some money from filling out surveys. Based in New York, the company offers both traditional surveys and evaluations, by testing products or online services. It’s free to sign up, and surveys pay between $1 and $5 each and product testing starts at $5 and moves up from there. The site claims significantly higher rates of pay, but as this involves slightly inflated pricing, for example discounting fees you may have to pay out to join subscription sites before receiving your end payout, they won’t be included here.

Yeah I agree that it's a high risk thing to do. I just think that it's a possible easy way to make money. I've made an effort to spread my risk and hedge my bets where I think that a game can go either way. It's certainly not for everyone but there is opportunity for profit. Instead of making one big bet, like your customer did, I like to make many small bets and then save some bank for in play betting to try to make up for any pre game bets that seem like they didn't go you way.


Actually not. Just a lot of time on the app. I take time to like all my comments, like comments on other peoples pages, follow people, DM'ing, and leaving comments of my own, etc. Just put the time in, look up some strategies online, and test them out to see what helps you gain the most. Look at what large pages in your niche are doing and copy them. They clearly know what works. 

Survey Junkie. This site is a smaller survey aggregator, but it stands out. The site has a clean, easy-to-use dashboard and offers a high point value for each survey you complete. The point system is direct and shows you how much your points are worth in dollars right on the dashboard. But you have to get to 1,000 points, equal to $10, before you can cash out. Check out our Survey Junkie review for more information.
Some of the highest paid Youtube stars are earning over $10 million dollars a year. Felix Kjellberg(PewDiePie) makes over $12 million a year playing video games and making jokes, Rosanna Pansino making $5 million as the Cupcake Wizard and Michelle Phan makes over $3 million a year with Makeup tutorials. If you have a knack for being in front of the camera becoming a youtube star can be very profitable.

Need more ideas on how to make money online? Another strategy is using webinars to market your product, service, or course. I’ve done webinars to promote my financial planning practice and to drum up interest in my online course for financial advisors. With a webinar, you’re basically offering a lot of tips and advice for free — usually in a live format. At the end though, you pitch your paid product or service with the goal of securing a few deals.
This! Handmade is now a selling point in titles and tags on Etsy due to guys like op. Right now Etsy is a side hussle for me, everything handmade right from my studio. The road that op is on is a good way to get banned by Etsy as mass produced items can only come from Etsy approved manufactoring sites. You can do 100,000 if you expand your workshop and hire more to handmake items. I target a niche, run facebook ads, shoot all the images myself, and listings. When I expand I will outsource most of that so I am able to creat and have others help. These other workers will go on the etsy page as my contributors. Etsy will catch on to Op as I dont think shareholder wish to turn it into a cheaper Ebay/shopify. But folks like Op do me a favor by adding value to handmade and my product without me doing anything but adding the tag "Handmade", "Not from China" to my titles and tags.
Mainly conducting polls for governments, public bodies and the business world, Opinion Outpost is a popular survey site as unlike some sites, which require you to accrue a significant amount before you can claim your money, it has one of the lowest payout thresholds. You only need to fill out five surveys, earning a couple of dollars, before being able to claim pay, so you can redeem your money more quickly.
I am quite fond of SwagBucks Referal Link / Non-Referral Link. It has the option to earn about $1.00 a day just running aps on your phone. Plus there are tons of surveys constantly being posted as well as shopping bonuses and even videos to watch to earn. The SBS subreddit even has an amazing guide to get you started. The payout is in gift cards and there are plenty of surveys. You can even earn SwagBucks by using coupons. They have a lot of options.

I made a youtube channel and was kinda surprised at the growth it was getting at times, 5k views on first video in a few days of game play. While not enough to impress some I think it showed promise although I stopped due to my pc losing all the videos I had planned which took a long time to make. I recently got my pc built so I may return though cause I liked playing.
"Hello, you're receiving this payment since you participated in the tracking code task.Many participants felt led to believe they would be paid $10. To prevent false submissions, I had put in a measure to pay $.18 per validated code. The measure's mention in the text was not up-front and center, and I failed to communicate my payment plan effectively -- especially with the title simplified as "$10 task". I'm very sorry for this.As part of the /r/beermoney community, it was never my intention for people to feel cheated -- especially since this was to be a recurring task on /r/beermoney. However, it's clear I failed here.Over 300 people participated, and I'm paying everyone $5 to mitigate some of the damage I've done.I plan to post more <5min copy/paste tasks in the future, and I will make absolute sure the payment terms are clear.I appreciate each of you for participating.Please feel free to send questions/feedback to me at /u/jollyroger."
Tons of people have turned to eBay.com to make extra cash. Simply search through the “sold” listings to see the kinds of items that have sold recently and for how much. Whether you start off as a smaller seller like this blogger Yolanda, who is using her eBay profits to pay off her student loans – or whether you become a big player who buys shoes en masse and resells them for a profit, if you like selling and shipping stuff, give it a try.

I'm a 20 year old college student with little to no money also. I was looking on search engines for ways to make money just like you. Since you are asking about online jobs with no particular skills, are you willing to learn a new skill? I currently sell t-shirts online to make some extra cash on the side. This is a rising way to make money and I think that you should take advantage of it. I only used free methods starting out and once I realized I wanted to make it into a business, I made a small investment to purchase Adobe Illustrator to design my t-shirts. The skills that you can pick up are simple texts and shapes. I think it's a great way for any one to make some extra cash. It requires little to no startup costs and you don't have to worry about shipping. Just upload your designs and let the money roll in. You can use Merch By Amazon, Redbubble, Etsy, and other Print on Demand websites to upload your designs to. 

My wife has a few apps on her phone that allow her to do surveys at stores and they put money into her PayPal account. There has been a few months that she has made 100$ + or -, she has even received reimbursements for groceries she had to purchase as part of the survey. SurveyMini gets you gift cards, there is also easy shift and field agent, hope this helps.
Research selling prices of items similar to yours. Look up completed sales or current listings of items similar to yours. Find the high- and low-end prices, and price your object around the median price level. If you want your item to sell quickly, price it at the low end. The condition of the item also affects the price. Items in poorer condition should be priced at the lower end. Also, consider how many listings there already are of items similar to yours. If many similar items will be competing with yours, you may have to set the price lower to get the sale.[28]
Send Earnings may have to be satisfied with the twentieth and final spot in our table, but that’s still an achievement to be proud of in such a competitive market. There’s a good selection of surveys to choose from, which I always welcome, and you can grab your money and run once you hit the thirty dollar threshold. There are lots of other money earning options as well, but watch out for the ‘play games’ pitfall as it could end up costing you more than you actually earn.
This site pays highly – at least $3 a survey and up to $6 for testing products. If you stay with them, the pay even increases by a few dollars, taking the wage far above the standard survey rate. Owned by the renowned New York market research company Nielson, Pinecone offers a variety of content and emails surveys to members as and when they are suited to you.
To do that, you have to harbor a few fundamental guiding principles in your mind. Today, if you’re at all serious about generating a full-time income (and more) from your online activities, then you need to focus on passive income as opposed to active income. Sure, the active income will help you survive. That’s the scarcity mentality at play. But it’s the passive income ideas that will help you thrive.
Survey availability comes and goes. In general, you can expect to have more work during the first few days that you sign up. This is simply because there will be more surveys waiting to be complete for a new user rather than for someone who is completing them as they come in. While this is typically the case, it is certainly possible for a new user not to have any surveys.
Rewards vary based on the survey type and the company conducting the survey. You may get paid online through PayPal or a Visa gift card, or get free products so that you can try them and provide feedback. To get the best out of online surveys, it is recommended you join several websites (10 to 20) so as to give you sufficient invitations daily at the best time frame. Regularly check your email and be honest while giving your opinion. Don’t give up if you don’t get selected for a survey after the first screening process, as it will take a while before you get selected based on your demographic.
Well, I have found a few sites where I have been able to make a few bucks. You don't need any skills really. You can't make a killing off of them but I have been able to pick up some extra cash. I am looking for those that will let me refer them so if you are interested give me a name(that you are going to use to sign up on the site, and the email you want to use) personally I use my Yahoo email. And then I can refer you to these sites. My reasons for refering you are that I get some benifit from that. For instance, One site will give me .10 cents for every dollar that you make...hence, my reasons for posting here...You will be able to do that too, but since I know the sites...lol...I want to find me some people to refer first. If you are interested let me know. I have made a couple hundred bucks in my spare time in the past couple months. I think these websites require you to be at least 18 but they don't really check if you are or not I don't think(but then I am 50 so for me that isn't a problem)...Anyway, let me know if you are interested and provide me with contact information(all I need is a name and the email you will use on the site, then I will send you a referral....(-: Oh by the way I am pretty new here so bare with me if it takes me a few to figure out how to use this site...I am not real sure how this works, but if everything works out then maybe I can hook you up and possibly make a few cents myself. After all, .10 doesn't sound like much but if you make 50 bucks I make 5, just 50 people will potentially make me 250 bucks from time to time if the are active and do the work...and that isn't even including the money I can make the other ways, but then you will see if you work with me...(-: . I can say you can make a little extra cash in your spare time if you contact me, and let me refer you so they will send you their link.

MyPoints. This site offered 75 survey opportunities, the most of any site we tested. But it also had the lowest success rate, 9.33%, and a low average hourly pay rate. Plus, the reasons for survey disqualifications often were unclear. On one occasion, we were disqualified after being asked to write the word “Purple.” (Yes, we spelled it correctly.) See our full MyPoints review.


The number one reason why I liked MySurvey the best out of the 30-something sites I had the privilege or misfortune to try, was no doubt its versatility. This versatility is present not only in the reward system and the referral program – which are important aspects on their own – but clearly shows in their surveys too. Filling out boring surveys always feels like hard work, even though it’s really not if you think about it. With MySurvey, you will see a huge variety of different topics.
"Hello, you're receiving this payment since you participated in the tracking code task.Many participants felt led to believe they would be paid $10. To prevent false submissions, I had put in a measure to pay $.18 per validated code. The measure's mention in the text was not up-front and center, and I failed to communicate my payment plan effectively -- especially with the title simplified as "$10 task". I'm very sorry for this.As part of the /r/beermoney community, it was never my intention for people to feel cheated -- especially since this was to be a recurring task on /r/beermoney. However, it's clear I failed here.Over 300 people participated, and I'm paying everyone $5 to mitigate some of the damage I've done.I plan to post more <5min copy/paste tasks in the future, and I will make absolute sure the payment terms are clear.I appreciate each of you for participating.Please feel free to send questions/feedback to me at /u/jollyroger."
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