Do you spend a lot of time playing on Facebook? Why not get paid for it with Cloud Crowd? Join CloudCrowd and turn your Facebook time into dollars. You can get paid via paypal for completing various tasks on Cloucd Crowd such as editing, tagging, research, and rewriting. And, if you refer your friends you make money when they do work as well. The system exists as a Facebook application and is easy to use with your Facebook account. So far, the system doesn’t feed anything to your news feed and works unobtrusively.
How does CloudCrowd Pay?
The company , who has been providing work via a Facebook application, has been offering work since September 2009. They pay via Paypal daily which means you can transfer the funds into your own account or withdraw via a PayPal debit card. Learn more about setting up PayPal and withdrawing Paypal funds to your bank account here: Paypal setup and withdrawal.
Home based money making income streams like Cloud Crowd, MTurk, Paid Surveys, and Passive article writing income can all add up to a part-time work at home income. Some people writing on work at home sites have said they’ve made up to $80-90 a day on CloudCrowd.
What kind of work is CloudCrowd?
- They plan to roll out more types of work but at the moment you can:
- submit websites that are hosted in China with poor English (About $0.16 each)
- grade websites submitted (about $.04 each)
- rewrite poorly written text to improve English (about $1.42)
- grade rewritten text done by others (about $.05)
Pay and tasks available can vary and if you sign people up to be in your Crowd, you’ll earn a % of their revenue for three levels down. CloudCrowd is really becoming popular due to the easy money and fast pay. If you can rewrite quickly, you can make about $10-$15 an hour. There is a credibility score applied to accounts by the system and your work is graded. Future opportunities and pay may be related to that score. Join CloudCrowd
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If you like doling out advice and enjoy sites like Yahoo Answers but would like to make some cash for your efforts, WebAnswers could be a great place to supplement your income. The site is filled with questions and answers. You can ask questions and get help or you could answer questions and make money.
How WebAnswers Pays
Once you’ve either had 2 answers chosen as ‘best’, or answered 10 questions, the system will prompt you to either add a Google Adsense ID or sign up for a Google Adsense account.
WebAnswers pays you a percentage of the Google Adsense revenue for the pages in which your answer was chosen as best answer. When you’ve got the earnings on a page, it makes good sense to promote that page! Anyone who is on the page and who clicks a Google Ad could earn you money. Learn more by joining WebAnswers.
How does Google Adsense work?
You get paid per click and in some cases, per impression. Google pays you via check or direct deposit when your account exceeds $100.00. Google pays monthly. Reaching $100 in July would get you paid by the end of August.
Yuwie is a site I joined a few months ago but have just started to dabble with it. It’s a site that pays you to socialize. It reminds me a bit of MySpace and it’s highly ad driven but I see some definite potential for self-promotion, networking and earnings. Check out Yuwie here.
It has blogs, games, clubs, chat and more and you get paid for page views by people that view your pages as well as your own usage on the site. Payments can be via PayPal with just a $5/minimum payout and you can make money by referring others.
How much money can you make?
Taken from Yuwie’s FAQ:
“We can’t say exactly, but here’s an example of what could happen. The chart below assumes you refer 3 people, and those 3 people refer 3, then those refer 3, through 10 levels, and each referral gets 1000 page views for the month, and the month’s RSR is $0.50.
Results are not guaranteed. This is just an example of what could happen”.
The more passive income streams, the better and this site also presents some great opportunities to promote your other websites (if you have any) through RSS feeds, profile links and the ability to post blogs that include links. How are you doing with Yuwie? Feel free to friend me if you do join.