Websites That Make You Money

Updated on March 23, 2018
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Angela, a lover of saving money, has found many ways to save money and eager to share them with her readers.

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Make Money Online from Home

There are many great sites that claim that they will make you money online, by merely joining them. Some are survey sites, some marketing, some writing, and some are secret shopping sites. I'm not going to claim that you can make a living by using the internet, but I'm definitely making supplemental income through these sites. The most important thing for you to understand is to make sure that they will really pay, as many are frauds, or make you jump through hoops in order to even make a small portion of the money. That is why I put together my list of sites that I have had good luck using. Not a single one has made me enough money where I can make a living online, but I am only now, coming close to making enough to substitute a part-time job. I will be honest though, most my money I have made has been online through Hubpages or my blog.

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Legitimate Secret Shopper

One thing to understand about Secret Shopper sites is that you should not have to pay to get paid. Although there are sites like shadowshopper.com that will offer more opportunities to make money with higher payouts when you do pay a membership fee. I have chosen not to take that route. My primary reason for not paying to get paid, is because I am happy with the amount of secret shopping I have access to, through these three sites:

  • SecretShopper.com

  • Shopperscritique.com

  • Second-to-none.com

Each of these has offered me at least one to two shops each week since I have joined them. They all have similar payouts. They range from 0 to 30 dollars each shop that I do. The ones that pay zero, usually compensate by paying for an item that you purchase, whether it be an office item or food item or any other product they may offer. It takes around a month to get reimbursed and your commission check after you do a shop. You get paid either through Paypal, check, or direct deposit. Not all three of them offer all three options, but you can be paid one of these three ways by each one.

Websites That Earn Money

MyPoints.com

This is the first website I enjoyed for the sole purpose of gaining money. I have been involved with it for over ten years, and I am still involved in it, because of the huge success I have had. You will not make a lot of money, but you will get a 30 dollar gift card every six months for basically doing nothing.

How It Works: You sign up right on the website! You take a survey, that allows them to know what you are interested in. Then you will receive ads based on your answers. You will receive 5 points for every ad you read. If you choose to purchase, which I rarely do, they will then give you an additional bonus for that as well. If you know something you want to purchase, search their site to see if you would be able to get points for purchasing.

Once you receive a certain amount of points, you can trade the points for a gift card to such places as Target, Old Navy, Applebees, Olive Garden, ToysRUs, and hundreds others. They span from book places, clothing stores, restaurants, grocery stores, magazine places, online gift cards, and so much more!

One thing I like to do is print off their coupons, you receive points once you use their coupons, plus you save money!

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SendEarnings.com

This is another great site, similar to Mypoints. I have already received a couple checks from them. They use several different ways to earn money:

Surveys - you can prequalify for surveys. Unlike other sites, they provide a lot of different surveys and I almost always qualify for at least one each time. They also save a lot of your information and notifies you when they believe you may be eligible for a paid survey.

Promotional Deals - You also can go to sites that you would normally use anyway, and they will give you a certain percentage back. Sometimes you can earn up to twenty percent back on your purchase!

Games! - I do not actually use these, but if you love to play online games, this may be worth it!

Coupons - You can print off coupons from this site as well. I have a list of more coupon sites in my article about, "Websites that Save You Money"

Working from Home by Writing!

Hubpages, Xomba, and Other Article Posting Sites

Hubpages is my favorite! Having tried all of these sites myself, I have found luck with Hubpages hands down. Plus, there is a great network of people who are willing to help you, encourage you, and teach you! The articles are more easily searchable. Plus, within days the amount of traffic to my writing is much larger than with any other site. They each work slightly differently.

Hubpages and Xomba use ads to make money, when people click on the ads. They are very easy to use.

Xomba is one you may want to use along with Hubpages or other article writing service, because you can set up bookmarks. I have had minimal success with both making money and having people click from my bookmarks on Xomba to Hubpages! I do not post my articles on their site any longer. You also can write articles like on Hubpages.

There are numerous sites where you can earn money online, although it is important to be wary before you join, as there are fraudulent companies out there. Make sure you use a site that you know someone who has used it before, or have a way to verify that they are legit. Although you won't be able to stay home with most these sites, you will make a little extra spending money.

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      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        3 months ago from United States

        Those are definite concerns to consider that I had not thought of. Truth is, if you want to make money, you need to put the effort in to it.

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        Carrie Lee Night 

        3 months ago from Northeast United States

        Thank you for these helpful suggestions :) very well written hub. A long time ago I did join a mystery shopper company, while the jobs were lining up week after week I was hardly ever available for them due to my work schedule and when I did have availablity they wanted me to travel more than 10 miles away which they did not reinburse for gas. My points sounds like a good option, but with ads there are cookies and more chance of data being breached. Still I' m looking at as many suggestions as possible. :))

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        peachy 

        5 years ago from Home Sweet Home

        have you tried bubblews?

      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        6 years ago from United States

        Glad to hear that!

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        Kelly Kline Burnett 

        6 years ago from Fontana, WI

        Wonderful presentation and practical advise. Rate up and I will return.

      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        7 years ago from United States

        Hmmmm... I'll have to look into that one. Thanks for reading Alayne, have you yourself earned money on e-rewards.com?

        There is a game one I used to love, but I can't remember the name of it. I loved it for like a year, and I got close to earning money, I should go back on there and see if I can get that money i was so close to earning. I wish I could have remembered the name of that site.

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        Alayne Fenasci 

        7 years ago from Louisiana

        This is great! I'm going to check some of these out right now. I found e-rewards.com is another one that offers surveys according to the profile you create. The rewards add up and you can choose to "spend" them on different things.

      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        8 years ago from United States

        Thank you very much dallas, I think you are doing a really awesome job!

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        Dallas W Thompson 

        8 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

        Another informative hub. As a relative "newbie," I have much to learn...

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        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        8 years ago from United States

        Thank you so much for the great compliment. :)

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        Garnetbird 

        8 years ago

        Nice, informative hub!

      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        8 years ago from United States

        gqgirl, I know what you mean, I like when they have a percentage done or at least a bar that says, you are a quarter of the way, halfway, nowhere near done. LOL> :) These sites though have a lot more than just surveys, so even if you don't do surveys these sites will earn you money. Here's a secret, I stopped doing surveys years ago, but I still make money through these sites!

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        Sabrae 

        8 years ago from Georgia

        I hate survey sites for the simple fact that the surveys are never ending and you never can seem to know exactly when you are done. And even after 10 min on the same survey you still haven't "finished" the assignement!

      • angela_michelle profile imageAUTHOR

        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        8 years ago from United States

        Samson's, good luck getting your first payout. :) They really do pay!!!

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        Angela Michelle Schultz 

        8 years ago from United States

        Good guy, if you write a hub on why you should not write for ezine, then I will link to it as well!!! I've never really tried that one. :)

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        Sam 

        8 years ago from Tennessee

        voted up & useful! very interesting and informative hub, well written and concise. Have used some of these, still awaiting my first payout...

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