If you are looking for a way of making money online, the concept of getting paid to answer questions has probably come up more than once. After all, there are a lot of question and answer sites out there and some of them do actually pay contributors. The real question isn’t whether you can get paid, but whether you get paid enough to make it worth the effort.
In the quest for easy money, the idea that you can get paid to use Facebook has been passed around the internet. You’ll hear claims like “make money doing the things you already do every day”, claims that sound enticing to someone with no computer skills. “If you have an internet connection, you can do this!” is another one that I see a lot.
But don’t fall for these false promises and misleading advertising techniques. Let’s take a look what’s really going on.
There certainly is no shortage of ways to profit from the internet. Virtual ventures are a dime a dozen, and the internet is not just known for the speed of information, but also for the speed at which it can fill (or empty) your wallet. I review tons of products here on One More Cup […]
Inner City Riches essentially sets you up as an affiliate marketing, without giving you any real training or the chance to take control over your own business. Everything about the site is over hyped, yet the site offers little real indication of what the products you are supposed to be selling contain or whether they are worth the bother.
If you’ve been looking for a way to make money online then you might have stumbled across Paid Surveys Etc. Like many others, the site offers you the chance to earn money at home by doing surveys – but is it actually as good as it sounds.