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How To Read And Earn

Updated on September 27, 2013

A Read and Earn Site

Perhaps I am a little late on this site of reading articles and earning money online, but I was purely stupified when I learned of this site. Of course all of us who are writers, and well familiar with the write and earn sites; for example, letter rep, and other pay-per-post sites. Earning by reading articles is an awesome way to earn passive income at your leisure. You can earn from .3cents up to .20cents per article. It is very simple you read the article and then you rate the article on a scale of 1 - 5 of how well written you thought the article was. There are over 300 categories of articles, but you are allowed to select up to 50 interest topics that you enjoy reading about. You can always change your topics of interest if you want some fresh topics to read on. There is a 24 hour window, you are only allowed to change your topics of interest only once every 24 hours.

Someone emailed me a link at RedGage, I thought what? I was wondering is this for real? It is for real.  With so much on the internet you want to be absolutely sure you are signing up for the real deal.  I did not think sending someone an impersonal email was the right way to introduce read bud, so I thought it was a joke.

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Few Minutes A Day

I have my daily schedule which I stick to on a regular bases. Call me a creature of habit if you will. Usually I check all my email accounts every morning during my coffee time. Right after coffee time I spend 15 - 20 minutes reading and rating articles every morning. I have followed this schedule, and I have $11 on my account even after signing up within a 2 week period. Through out the day I will check for more articles to see if more have been added to my bin.

I love this idea of reading and rating it could not get any easier to earn a little extra money online than this website.  I feel one should introduce a new way to earn online in a professional way by writing an article, or writing a review this way it helps to take away some of the "I am not sure about this feelings".

Check It Out

Readbud is a site where you can earn to read articles. Once you click on the little book icon the article opens up another window where you can read, and rate the article. Once you rate the article, you close the window, and the next article will pop up.


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    Alfreta Sailor 

    8 years ago from Southern California

    Hey Adrienne, I've never heard of this either, but I will check it out right away. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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