Hmm, I've heard of people not making too much, but I've never heard of people making nothing. I know someone that has made about $16. I know it's not a lot, but for a few seconds of work, it's not that bad.
I have to check this out. It sounds really cool and easy to do. Also, $5 isn't too high of a payout limit and it shouldn't be too hard to get there. Thanks for telling me about this, I'll get back at you guys and I'll let you know how it worked out for me.
If you ever see a $200-$300 a day thing on the internet, trust me, 100% it's a scam. Unless you do something illegal, then I don't think you can ever make that type of money on the internet. Most I've ever made is $90 in a day and that was a one-time thing.
Yeah, you don't need money to start making money online, but there's a lot of programs where you can invest and you can make that money back and more within a short amount of time. You can make little money, $1 a day with about 30 minutes a day, starting from $0.
I use 2. One for writing and I make about $1 a day and one for answering poll questions where I get $1 for each question I answer but you don't get them everyday. Sometimes 2 a day, sometimes 2 a week.
Not bad. However, how long did it take you to make that amount. If like a week, then I don't think that's too good of a program. I mean, it's easy money since you don't have to do much but if it's not that much money...
In this website, you make $1 per question that you answer. They randomly send you questions through email at random points of the week/month and every question you answer gets you $1 (one question takes less than 30 seconds to complete)
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PostLoop is my favorite. If I try really hard, I can make over $2 a day (for me that's not bad since all I do is buy video games with that money, haha) and if not, I can make $1 or like $1.35 a day or something.
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