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Do You Keep Track of your Online Earnings? If You Do, How do you Do It?

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ninjamonkeykiller

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I noticed earlier on a comment I read for the May 2018 Earning's thread that some one stated they didn't really keep track of what they earn on GPT and Survey sites. I definitely keep track - I made an Excel spreadsheet to track survey numbers I have taken and the earnings I have made. I also keep track of the different pay out levels for the different rewards that I am interested in for each site.

I guess this wouldn't be necessary if you only belong to one or maybe two sites, but I just recently started trying out making extra spending cash online and I wanted to be able to easily see which sites I could earn faster on and get the rewards I was interested in the easiest.

I have posted a pic of my spreadsheet below. But now I am definitely curious - does anyone else on here keep track like I do? If so, how do you do it?
 

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msmoneybags

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I do for sure. I have many sites I log into. So first I keep a list on a wordpad file of the sites I log into daily. And I work on the list all day when I have time. If I cashout out from one of those places, I make a note beside the site, of day, amount, whether it was paypal or amazon . When I get that payment then I just remove it from my list.

I also have a blog that I keep track of the day, the site, and amount, its easy for me to go look to see how much I made this month vs last month.

Might be an easier way to do it, but this works for me :)
 

kaka135

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That's really neat for how you keep track of your online earnings. I do keep a similar Excel spreadsheets for each payment I got from the each program, and I also keep track of my earnings per month, so I know how much I earn per month.

I don't update the files consistently as sometimes I am busy with my offline duty, but keeping track of the online earning certainly helps, especially sometimes when I want to give some references to others for certain programs.

I also thought of keeping the records in my blog, so it helps me to keep track and also inspires others to join, but I haven't make this a priority yet as working online is not my priority now.
 

Jeanette2091

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Yup. I keep track of my online earnings and everything else that has something to do with reward sites and apps.

Every screenshot is in Danish. I hope it's okay. :)

Here can you see my rewards. The amount, when it has been redeemed, when it has been delivered and from which site and app.
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This is where I keep an eye on how much I need to reach my goal.
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Here can you see all the points I have collected on each site / app, and also my goal and what's left:
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If you have any questions please let me know. :)
 
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msmoneybags

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Yup. I keep track of my online earnings and everything else that has something to do with reward sites and apps.

Every screenshot is in Danish. I hope it's okay. :)

Here can you see my rewards. The amount, when it has been redeemed, when it has been delivered and from which site and app.
View attachment 1762

This is where I keep an eye on how much I need to reach my goal.
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View attachment 1764

Here can you see all the points I have collected on each site / app, and also my goal and what's left:
View attachment 1767

If you have any questions please let me know. :)
What program? Are you using for that? You put my little wordpad file to shame lol!
 

paul62100

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Yes, i keep track of my online earnings.
There is a site called netbusinessrating.com where you can post proofs of your payment for each listed sites.
Every time i get paid i use netbusinessrating to keep track of my payment and make sure to contribute so that members know which sites are reliable and which ones are scams.
 

morgoodie

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I used to write down all my payments that I received from the sites that I worked on, but now that I have a offline job I don't do that any more. I need to start doing that though because sometimes I lose sight of some of the ones I work on. I don't think I will ever be organized enough to use a spreadsheet. I used to write it in a planner and then added it all up at the end of the month. I should start doing that again.
 

Tahtah33

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Yup. I keep track of my online earnings and everything else that has something to do with reward sites and apps.

Every screenshot is in Danish. I hope it's okay. :)

Here can you see my rewards. The amount, when it has been redeemed, when it has been delivered and from which site and app.
View attachment 1762

This is where I keep an eye on how much I need to reach my goal.
View attachment 1763
View attachment 1764

Here can you see all the points I have collected on each site / app, and also my goal and what's left:
View attachment 1767

If you have any questions please let me know. :)
Nice and very organized
 

June

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Yes, I do keep track of my online earnings on GPT and survey sites! They have a different file though, because I have other income sources that I juggle which I use to pay bigger expenses with, such as my kids’ tuition fees and car payments. In my GPT earnings file, I include the site name, how much I earn, how often, and where the earnings go (groceries, bills, beer money, etc.)

I should learn to do screenshots of my PayPal payments or email indicating that I’ve received so-and-so gift card from so-and-so site...but unfortunately I haven’t really gotten around to doing that. In the meantime, I have a separate folder in my email where I move these notifications so I can see how much I’ve been making from which site at a glance. With that, I can right away see which site pays on time, and which ones have not been a regular source of income for me. It helps me decide which GPT sites to keep and which ones to give up on.

That being said, I love how organized and detailed Jeanette2091’s earning chart is! I should take a leaf from her book and add a goal amount/expense that I can pay with my earnings. Thanks for that, it really helps!
 

Amy Es

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Whoa. Jeanette’s tracking system is super next-level! I also have Numbers but I never bothered using it. But now that I saw Jeanette’s tracking system, I might just give the app a second look. My normal tracking method is via Google Sheets (I used to use Microsoft Excel, but I found Google Sheets to be better since it syncs with Google Sheets on my phone. With the syncing feature, I can check my stats and figures even if I’m away from my desktop computer – don’t underestimate the convenience of being able to consult your budget spreadsheets when you’re out doing the groceries or waiting for your kids in the school parking lot.

My tracking for online earnings is integrated into my overall budget spreadsheet; I don’t have a separate file for like salary, and other income methods. But what I do is itemize each income stream and add a date when I expect to have the funds. For example, I have one row for GrabPoints . If I’m going to get $10 for the second week of the month, I list that down in “incoming.” That way I’ll know that I have $10 coming in, but it isn’t cash on-hand just yet. Then when that money is in my account, I move that to “Current.” It’s slightly fiddly, and I’m sure there are ways to automate this, but it works for me.
 
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