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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

3 Best Ways To Make Real Cash- Earn Money Online

3 Best Ways To Make Real Cash- Earn Money Online


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 Watch videos, play games and earnSwagbucks


Swagbucks* is a fun survey site that pays you for completing short online tasks in virtual cash - you can then exchange this for real money, Paypal credits or gift cards to spend at Amazon, M&S and more. The site's huge in America, and here in the UK many MSE forumites are dedicated users.

Usually you get only a few points for registering, but newbies who register via this MSE Blagged Swagbucks* link will get bonus points worth £10 if they earn £5 (849 SB - we reckon about four hours' 'work') within 30 days of signing up. So that's a total of £15.
Tasks include filling in polls, watching videos and searching using its page instead of Google. Advertisers pay Swagbucks to publicise their wares or do market research, and the site passes a cut to you. The more dedicated you are, the more you earn, though every task pays a different amount.
For motivation, join other points-chasers in the forum's popular Swagbucks Challenge 2017 thread. One committed 'swagger' from the forum, cally6008, says:
Swagbucks is one of several online earning sites I use, but it's one of my favourites. I know for a fact that you can earn £25 a month using the site, because I do so nearly every month. 

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Online survey sitesEarn up to £800/year to give your opinion

Willing to give views on Justin Bieber, washing-up liquid or politics? If so, it's possible to earn £100s a year, without any special skill or talent.
It's all about stashing cash by filling in online surveys. For a full rundown of 25 of the top free sites see the Online Survey Sites guide.



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Get paid to GoogleQmee


It's possible to get paid hard cash just for searching the web with Qmee*. It just involves downloading an add-on that sits on your internet browser. You then search online as you normally would on Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Bing and Tesco.

Qmee will show extra results or adverts alongside normal search results (see picture). Some firms pay Qmee to appear in these ads, and Qmee gives you a cut of the cash. If the Qmee result interests you, click it and you'll earn a few pence, usually 7-15p (though searches can pay up to £1 each).
Forumite The_Jakal says:
I've been using Qmee for three weeks and I'm on £14 now.
- The_Jakal

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