in general how, do you get paid? well usually you work 32-40 hours a week and either at the end of every week or every other week, your employer will be ever so kind to give you a paycheck.
... if you mean on here, you dont. tbh you dont get paid i mean unless ur R L Stine that can write some amazing stuff...
otherwise ... yeh
ok you write some stuff... better yet i have a link for you.
read that link. if your a good writer, you'll do decent, it'll take time, wont be an over night thing.
or if u got like 4 hours to kill
you can go here, fill out some survey's, sort them by free offers, if you fill them all out correctly, you should have 25$ in your acct free to cash out on the 20th of this month
www . fusioncash.net/?ref=Zerillium
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