Ways to Earn Moolah

A couple of weeks ago I ran a similar post about making money and have found a few new places and as a couple of people have asked questions so I wanted to post it again!
Sure, none of these things are get-rich-quick schemes but they’re sure to earn you a little cash over time and all you have to do is answer some questions! Sound easy? Then read on:

Join Survey Spot and participate in online research studies that match your interests and demographics. They’ll pay you to tell them things you do!

Join SwagBucks to get rewarded for searching the web! SWAG BUCKS are digital dollars that you earn just for doing the things you’re already doing. Register now and start earning SWAG BUCKS immediately, no credit card required. I joined already and it’s amazing how quick you can earn bucks.
A reader, Tony G, said, “I’ve been using SwagBucks.com as my search engine and love it! It’s great because I search the internet all the time anyway, so I’m doing something I would normally do and getting rewarded for it. To touch on one thing you mentioned, I highly recommend using the friend referral program, as that is the best way to accumulate a lot of swag bucks in a short amount of time.”

Join Vindale Research and get paid to review products. Product Developers are willing to pay reviewers between $5 and $75 per completed survey plus you get to keep the products you review and it’s all free to sign up.
My friend, Rebecca, signed up for this and is making quite a bit considering it’s not much work!

Join Zoom Panel to earn rewards here.

Sign up to receive a free book on how to make money at home. The book is Multiple Streams of Income by Robert Allen. It will probably have some good info on making moolah at home!

Get paid to try products by signing up here.


  1. Anonymous says:

    Always check out survey companies. A good site is surveypolice.com. They provide a place for members of survey sites to rate or post comments on survey sites. Survey Police had the following to say about Vindale Research “SurveyPolice Alert: This company is involved in the practive of “sugging”. Which means “selling under the guise of research”. They are not a real market research company. Many of their “surveys” require members to use their credit card to purchase items or services.” Many comments about this company involved not getting paid, giving out personal info such as Social Security numbers or credit card numbers, or money disappearing from their account.

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