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Make Extra Money with Cashback Sites

Updated on July 2, 2009

Cashback sites have been around for quite a while now and many people use them to make money back on their online shopping. What a lot of people do not realize is that cashback sites generally offer other ways to make extra money.

The most common way which you can make extra money with cashback sites is to participate in something called daily clicking, also known as daily cashback and recurring clicks. What this basically entails is clicking through on certain retailers, performing an action such as a product search and then clicking through to one of the results which come up. The whole process is extremely simple and takes around 30 seconds to do just one daily click. When you become proficient at doing daily clicks you can speed the whole process up by opening several links at the same time in different tabs and working through them.

The bad news when it comes to doing daily clicks is the payment for doing them usually ranges from £0.01 - £0.03 which is not a huge amount. But the good news is that there are hundreds of cashback sites which offer daily clicks and usually feature several for you to do. It is easy to spend just 20 minutes of free time doing daily clicks and earning over £1.00 in that short time. Although doing this won’t make you rich it is an excellent way to make some extra money.

As well as offering daily clicks most cashback sites also tend to offer a range of sign up offers. This basically means that if you join another site or sign up for a newsletter you can earn a financial reward for doing so. The rewards tend to range from £0.25 right up to £2.00 which is not a huge amount but for just registering your details with another site it is a welcome bonus. The good thing about these sign up offers is that there are usually some for signing up to other reward type sites such as survey sites and competition sites.

Finally the majority of cashback sites also reward you financially for referring new members to join their site. Although there usually is a clause which states you only receive your referral reward once your referrals reach a minimum amount there is a lot of extra money to be made by doing this. Some site offer as low as £0.10 for referring members whilst others are more generous and offer up to £10.00. There are even some sites which pay you ongoing commission on the earnings from your referrals rather than a one off fee. So if you know someone who does do a lot of shopping online it is definitely worth referring them to a cashback site that you belong to.

Although these ways of making extra money are not realistically going to make you a huge amount of money, they are definitely a good way of making extra cash.

For more information on cashback sites visit The Daily Click

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      Ray 

      8 years ago

      eBay shoppers should check out http://www.ebay-cashback.com/ it is a website that explains how to combine multiple cashback methods on a single ebay item for maximum savings.

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      alexhd57 

      8 years ago

      "It is easy to spend just 20 minutes of free time doing daily clicks and earning over £1.00 in that short time." That is three pounds an hour; not really a great return I'd suggest as there is no potential residual upside.

    • awesomeness79 profile image

      awesomeness79 

      9 years ago from UK

      Great hub. Most cashback sites have their free offers under 'freebie' tabs on their sites and at the top so that people can find them easily.

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      BristolBoy 

      9 years ago from Bristol

      A usefuul hub and well done for a first attempt! Good luck on trying to get decent traffic to this page, it is a very competitive area!

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