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RedGage Earnings: I Got My Visa Card

Updated on January 1, 2013

I Was a RedGage Raffle Winner

RedGage is a Scam? is a bookmarking site that shares revenue with it's members. It's free to join and easy to use. I read about this site some time ago, but I was unable to log on when it first opened. I created an account and didn't even use it. Time passed and I read a post someone wrote, raving about Redgage. They explained it brought traffic, but most of all they earned a nice aount of money. How? Through featured bonuses and contest wins. I decided to give it a closer look. I'm glad that I did.

How does anyone make money on RedGage?

At first, I bookmarked a few random sites to see how the earnings worked. As a member, you earn a certain amount (usually less than a $1.) per 1000 views. I believe that amount is different for each member. It's not clear how that is determined. To earn money with this method, you must bookmark a lot of great content. By the way, it seems that you can earn money more quickly by submitting pictures than content. I guess it's because it's easier to rate a picture than an article. Ratings seem to play a part in whether you earn a featured bonus, which also increases your earnings.

Which is the quickest way to reach the RedGage payout?

The quickest way to reach the payout amount of $25.00 is to win the daily raffle drawing. You can enter by the drawing by:

  • referring others
  • writing a how to article
  • writing about redgage on another site

Did it take long to get your Redgage earnings?

Once I became active on the site and referred others it didn't take long to get paid. Why? One day in February, I won the raffle. So they sent me a RedGage Visa card loaded with my earnings. I haven't activated it yet. I am waiting to earn more to buy something with it. I was so excited when I won, especially since I wasn't expecting it. I really enjoy this site. The only part I don't like is that you have to reach $25.00 again to request payout. Right now, I have about $9.04. So, I am going to write a couple of how to articles, refer a few people and write about Redgage. I should have enough raffles to win the daily raffle again soon. I hope!

Just wanted to share that RedGage is an excellent place to blog, bookmark your sites and share your images. RedGage is not a scam. Best of all, they paid me on time. Give it a try. You have nothing to lose and cash to gain!

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