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Best Ways to Make Money off the Internet

Updated on July 3, 2019
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Introduction

So, your trying to make a couple extra bucks? Well that's what this article is for! Down below, you will see five ways you can make easy money online doing simple things! I know this is not a sports related post but it is something that should be worth talking about!

Enjoy!

1. Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is a site that offers you to do surveys, and in return you get paid various amounts. Typically, there is a certain number of points that you can get per survey. Every point is $0.01 and to cash out your money, you need 1000 points. This is very easy to do as each survey only takes around 10 minutes and you can get around 75 points from that.

I've used this website many times, cashing out about 30 dollars in total so far. Plus, you can make your own preferences on what you want your surveys to be about. These topics can range from sports, entertainment, cooking, and many more!

What makes this one of my favorite ways to get a bit of side money is that they notify you when a survey is ready and if you qualify for it. I usually get around five a day, but those range from $0.80-$1.25 per survey.

The only red flag with this website is that sometimes you do not 'qualify' for the survey, but you still get 3 points. This is uncommon, but common enough to convey this issue.

Lastly, this is one of the few ways that you can make money on both your computer or phone. If you are out of the house, you can download the survey junkie app to still make money without your computer.

2. Vindale Research

Vindale Research is also a good way to make money on the side. This site shows you how much you can earn from each survey, so you don't have to waste your time. Typically surveys take around 15 minutes and you can earn approximately $2.50 per survey.

It's a good site, but it does take quite awhile to cash out your money as the minimum buyout is $50.00. This could either go really fast if your dedicated in doing these surveys, or it is just a huge waste of time.

Similar to Survey Junkie, this site is nice because they also send you notifications for new surveys that open. I typically get around 10 per day, and these reward you usually more than two dollars average.

Topics that you can choose from include Mystery, Sports, Politics, and much more. There is really a topic for any type of person out there to go and get some quick cash.

3. InboxDollars

InboxDollars is a site that you can do many things to make money. These things include playing games, and completing surveys. There is also a scratch and win where you get rewarded cash for doing these things.

Perhaps my favorite part of InboxDollars is that once you get the minimum you need to cashout ($30), you get gold membership. A perk of this membership is that when you request money, you get your payment weekly instead of two weeks.

Another perk of InboxDollars is that they drop these things called WINIT codes about four times a week. A WINIT code is something that you can redeem for more scratch and win progress, saving you some time in the long run.

The only red flag on this site is that it takes some time to get your first payment. Like I said earlier, it takes around two weeks your first $30.00. Just be patient and it will be all worth it.

4. PineCone Research

PineCone Research is a survey based website, where there is no minimum to cash out, which is super cool. There are many things you can purchase besides gift cards. These items include video games, home appliances, and supplies.

The first survey that you do is for $3.00 and it's very cool as they send you a check to your address that you can go to your local bank with and cash out. Even though it is only 3 dollars money is money. They only do this for the first survey, then the rest is done online.

The only real problem with the site is that the surveys are very uncommon, and only show up about four times a week, but they pay a good price. The surveys are similar to the other ones that I have talked about, but these are for the PineCone company as a whole.

5. Irazoo

Irazoo is definitely the most entertaining site out of all the ones I am talking about, probably due to the fact that it has the most things that you can do. These include playing games, surveys, and referrals. It's the easiest way to get money because of all the things that you can do.

It doesn't take long to get a $10.00 paypal gift card at all, for example it is 6000 points. Each point is roughly 0.004 but they rack up so fast it doesn't matter.

Overall, this is probably the best site to use if you are trying to make a quick buck due to the fact that there is so much you can do on here.

Conclusion

Overall, these are five simple, easy ways to get a bit of cash on the side by sitting on the couch and watching TV. Hope this works out for everyone and comment below if so! Below, is a table with all the stats to clarify it easier.

Websites
Minimum Buyout
How Long for Money?
Survey Junkie
$10.00
Instant
Vindale Research
$50.00
Instant
InBox Dollars
$30.00
2 Weeks
PineCone Research
None
1-3 Business Days
IRazoo
None
Instant

© 2019 Mikey Karlovsky

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    • EstX Neyo profile imageAUTHOR

      Mikey Karlovsky 

      9 months ago

      Yes, it is 100% legit, made $30.00 off it.

    • DavidYe133 profile image

      DavidYe133 

      9 months ago

      Have u tried to do survey junkie?

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