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Looking for credit card holders, aged 25+, to take part in remote sessions, from home, via ‘Webex’.
Help develop a new prototype for Vodafone! Vodafone customers aged 18+. To qualify: In the ‘How did you find this survey?’ section make sure to say that you were referred by a friend. The details to enter are: Neesha Rees, [email protected]l.com
We are looking for professional workers, covering a range of job roles, at all levels, from across the UK, aged 25-40, to take part in our upcoming Workplace Wellbeing research.
These are some of my favourite survey sites to use. As always with surveys the more sites you are signed up to the more money you can make.
Prolific is the highest paying survey platform I’ve ever used. It’s used by academics so there’s always a good budget for surveys. It works different to other survey sites in that you have to have the website open to get surveys. It’s very easy to use though and payments are made straight to your PayPal account once you reach £5.
I-Say is another favourite survey site of mine. I-Say pay in vouchers instead of cash but these can be redeemed at hundreds of stores including Amazon, Marks & Spencer and Topshop to name a few. It’s very easy to build up points to redeem for vouchers and I normally get about £20 in vouchers every month with very little effort.
YouGov is a survey site I use less often as the pay out is very high at £50, but it is still achievable. I’ve cashed out £100 in the last year with very little effort.
If you have a blog these campaigns might be suitable for you. Please read the full brief before applying.
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The easiest way to make money from your blog is by running adverts on your site. These are some of the most popular platforms to use.
Media Vine is the ultimate blog advertising platform goal. They recently upped their requirements from 25,000 sessions a month to 50,000 sessions to get accepted. A big, big goal to aim for.
I’ve recently signed up to Ezoic after being with Media Net for over a year and I made more money with Ezoic in 3 days than I did in a normal month with Media Net. You need 10,000 page views a month to apply. It’s definitely something to work towards if you don’t have these figures already.
You don’t need any specific figures to be accept for Media Net but the pay is a little lower than other places. It’s still worth applying though as it’s easy passive income.
I’ve made over £35,000 of tax free money Matched Betting in the last 4 years. I still dip in and out of it now and am happy to help anyone interested in starting Matched Betting.
I use Profit Accumulator to know what offers are available and how to complete them correctly.
These are the sign up offers running currently for Profit Accumulator:
£140 for 1 Year Membership (Saving £75)
50% off your first Month’s Membership (£8.99 instead of £17.99)
Find all the other money making opportunities here that don’t fall under the above categories.
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