There aren’t many legitimate websites out there, so I’ve been searching for a real one. Just a warning, any links in this article WILL be a referral link, if you would like to sign up without the referral, click the link, and just take out the referral portion in the search bar.
I’m not much of a fan of writing these types of articles too often, but I’ve been noticing more often lately that people are getting turned off from making any sorts of money online, believing that the only money that can be made is the money paid to those that rip you off(scammers). To an extent, this is actually true. Now before you start badgering me, saying you’ve been paid online, hear me out. We have all seen the advertisements to earn money online, and more than 95% of them turn out to be scams, and yet so many people are surprised to find out that they have indeed fallen victim to these scammers. That isn’t to say that every single business online is a scam, and in fact there are literally thousands of websites that really do pay their members for what they have earned, hence why my second statement says “to an extent.” Over the past couple of years, I have been looking for ways to make some extra cash online, and, needless to say, I have been scammed more often than not. That isn’t to say that I haven’t made some money though, and so without further adieu, I present you with the websites that I have actually earned some money from(you will NOT get rich from any of these, but you CAN earn some extra money):
This is the first site on the list, and is called donkeymails.com. Donkeymails is a website that pays you to click on the advertisements of others, and to read emails. The payout is relatively low, and the cost of advertising is also pretty low, because usually ads are only worth about 1/4 of a cent, which does not sound like very much. You usually get between 5-10 emails a day, and all the clicks in the paid ads section are usually worth about the same amount, but there are plenty more. There is also a section that you are paid 70 cents for every 1000 credits in the paid to promote section. You even get paid 10% of whatever your referrals earn Again, these small amounts do not sound like much, and they really aren’t, but the reason I am promoting this website is because I have been paid many different times in the past two years. The website pays via alertpay, paypal, liberty reserve, and many others. There is a $1 minimum cashout for paypal and alertpay, but no minimum cashout for liberty reserve. This site takes about 2-3 weeks to reach the minimum payout, unless you really work at it, and work hard in the paid to promote section, then you can reach it in just a couple days. If you would like to join under my referral link, which I would really appreciate, click here.
The next site that I would like to tell you about is a website called clixsense.com. Clixsense is another paid to view advertisements website, that you are paid 1 cent for every 30 second ad you view. Now this site has been around for over three years, and is notorious for paying when they say they will. The website pays by check or through alertpay when you reach a minimum of $10.00, or you can choose to hold off on the payment until you reach a higher amount, which I would recommend if you are asking for the money by check, as they take a $3 procressing fee; there is a 50 cent processing fee through alertpay. There are usually between 10-30 ads per day, but its usually closer to 15 ads, as this is one of the view websites that gets ALL of its ads from advertisers, and sends 90% of what it earns back to the users that earn the money. The best part is that it actually does pay! I requested my funds through alertpay and received my $10.45 before the 10th of the month. The site asks that if you reach your payout limit before the first, that you wait until the 10th to be paid. If you aren’t paid by then, send a support ticket, and they promptly pay. You get paid 10 cents per referral sign-up (if you are upgraded), and you also get paid if that person upgrades their account, which just makes it so certain ads will appear that would not appear for those not upgraded. It does take a couple of months to reach the payout limit(sometimes), but do not get discouraged because this site does actually pay you. If you would like to join the site under my referral link, which would be awesome if you would, click here.
There are plenty of other websites out there that will actually pay you, you just have to keep your eyes open. There are plenty of things to look out for to avoid scams. The most important thing is this: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If a website is offering to pay you anything more than a couple cents to view an advertisement, avoid that scam. If a website offers to make you rich in a few days or weeks, avoid it like the plague. If you do not want to sign up through my referral links to either of these sites, you can still sign up to them by visiting donkeymails.com or clixsense.com. I include these sites because I know that not everyone likes to join a website under someone else’s referral link, but I still urge you to at least check out the websites, even if you do not stick to them. I wish you all the best of luck in earning money online, regardless of which site you use, and as always thank you reading.