TIPS 11 Ways to Get Paid to Surf the Web

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For some people, surfing the web is an excellent way to pass the time. But how about surfing the web and earning money at the same time? Now that’s what you call a tempting idea.

Interested? Luckily for you, some companies are willing to pay you good money to surf the web--at home! These jobs vary in difficulty and pay; you could either be a beginner who gets paid with gift cards or sweepstakes entries, or someone who works full-time, is experienced and tech-savvy, and has excellent research skills.

Check out the list below and find out which company you’d like to try.

11 Ways to Get Paid to Surf the Web:

1. Swagbucks

A get-paid-to site, Swagbucks lets you earn points for rewards or SBs by shopping online, watching videos, surfing the web, answering surveys, or finding great deals. In short, it’s getting paid for doing practically everything that one does while passing the time online.

Aside from completing tasks, you earn additional points when you register Swagbucks are your default browser. The more time you spend browsing using Swagbucks, the more points you gain. Imagine earning at least $50 a month just by surfing the web. SBs (100 SB = $1) may be redeemed for rewards like gift cards from Walmart, Amazon , PayPal or Starbucks, or get cash back from PayPal.

So how much can you expect to earn? It’s all up to you. The more tasks you complete, the better your chances of making money. Tasks are priced differently. If you’re lucky, you could find a task that pays as much as $50 upon completion.

Link: https://www.swagbucks.com/

2. Microsoft Rewards

Microsoft lets you earn rewards by merely signing up. Just make sure you’re signed on to your account while surfing the web using Bing or completing tasks online. Get paid to do surveys, watch videos, shop online at the Microsoft Store, or play with your Xbox One. You are basically earning for doing what you usually do online.

You can redeem rewards points for free movies, sweepstakes entries, games, gift cards, or VIP experiences. Feeling charitable? You may also donate these points to non-profit causes.

Always remember that the trick is to try to do between 10 and 50 searches a day for more chances of earning. The 5,000 points you make may already be redeemed for a gift card worth $5.

Link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/rewards

3. Nielsen Digital Voice

Nielsen has been performing market research to analyze the preferences of television viewers for years. Nowadays, with Nielson Digital Voice, you can share your opinions by downloading an app to your phone. Watching videos, playing games, and posting on social media is counted as demographic research, so you can earn points for nearly everything you do online. The points are then redeemed for sweepstakes entries into $10,000 monthly giveaways, plus several chances to win $1,000 every month. You can also be invited to take other surveys for chances to earn even more sweepstakes entries and extra prizes.

A leader in market research, Nielsen Digital Voice seeks to understand people’s online behavior and draw insights from it. The information gathered from your online activity could help businesses improve their Internet strategies.

As an active member of the Nielsen research panel, all you have to do is install the app on your phone and answer short surveys sent to you.

Users will have the chance to win in Nielsen’s Monthly Sweepstakes Program, with prizes as much $1,000 per winner.

Link: https://digitalvoice.nielsen.com/us/en/home.html

4. InboxDollars

InboxDollars is a get-paid-to site that pays real cash to millions of its members. Take surveys, watch videos, read emails, play games, shop, redeem coupons, surf the web. Do all these while logged on to the InboxDollars site and you’re sure to earn money. Signing up on InboxDollars alone already assures you of receiving $5.Active users may earn between 10 cents and $6 for every task completed.

Link: InboxDollars

5. Qmee

Qmee is both a browser and a mobile app that allows you to earn real cash while doing things online. Surf the web or shop online using Qmee and click on suggested results to earn points that you may trade with cash. Answer surveys and you will get rewards that you can exchange for gift cards or real cash through PayPal.

All you need to do is to install the Qmee app to your browser so you can start earning.

Link: https://www.qmee.com

6. Leapforce

Leapforce lets you earn at least $13 an hour just by conducting online research and providing companies feedback on how their marketing strategies are doing as regards meeting customers’ needs.

As a Leapforce home agent, your task is to conduct online research and evaluate the results as to their relevance and usefulness. What you will research on will be based on your personal Google history so that should make researching a lot easier.

To get started, you need to be at least 18 years old, an active Google user, and pass a qualification exam. Once you’re in, you will get paid hourly; payments will be deposited directly to your account within 30 days from submission of invoice.

Link: https://www.theworkathomewoman.com/leapforce/

7. Appen

Aside from a global leader in data annotation, Appen partners with eCommerce companies to provide opportunities for users to earn by being home-based independent agents.

If you’re tech-savvy, highly motivated, and have excellent comprehension and writing skills, this could be the job for you. As an agent, you get to evaluate search engines and give feedback on how these could be improved.

Aspen work takes about four hours a day, with an hourly rate of $13-$14.

Link: https://appen.com/

8. UserTesting

UserTesting pays you to search websites and evaluate them. What is unique about UserTesting is that it lets you make an audio and video record of your experiences. If you think that’s too much, consider that each completed task--evaluating and submitting the recordings--pays $10, done through PayPal and deposited within a week. The number of tasks you can do will depend on your skills and the quality of the tasks you’ve completed in the past.

Interested? Just email your application and be prepared to take a sample test. It’s that easy.

Link: https://www.usertesting.com/be-a-user-tester

9. Ask Wonder

If you like researching online to answer just about any question thrown at you, Ask Wonder could be a good job for you.

Be one of Ask Wonder’s researchers who can research and come up with credible and well-referenced answers on any topic and get the opportunity to earn at least $2,000 a month. Because there are countless of questions being sent to Ask Wonder to answer, researchers have the option to choose which ones they’re confident enough to answer thoroughly.

Link: https://start.askwonder.com/researcher/signup

10. Clickworker

Clickworker provides jobs for anyone who can research, create and edit texts and documents, take part in surveys, or process data. You may complete the task according to your schedule, as Clickworker jobs are often research-based. What is important is that you have a computer and reliable internet access.

Payment for every task completed is about $9 per hour. Clickworker, however, pays more if the task is complicated and requires a lot of research.

If you want to become a Clickworker, submit your application and be prepared to undergo an initial screening process to assess your language and writing skills.

Link: https://www.clickworker.com/clickworker/?customer=false

11. Figure Eight

Curate online content, transcribe audio, draw. These are among the tasks that you could do to earn money on Figure Eight.

Although Figure Eight is tech-driven, other tasks related to search relevance and user experience are available for researchers to do. You may do these micro-tasks at your own pace, so the more tasks you complete, the better are your chances of earning more. Payment is commensurate to the difficulty of the task completed.

Link: https://www.figure-eight.com/contributor/


You will never run out of opportunities to work online by doing Internet research. As long as you’re clear about how much time you can allot, and you know what type of research you want to do, there’ll always be work available for you.