There are a few idea books floating around the internet regarding quick ways to make money. I must admit that these types of books intrigue me because it is imperative to have some type of income while you are looking for job, or if you need to make additional income.
The “get paid” to fill in the blank field is vast, and although not new, you must do your due diligence in searching out the best gigs. Some of these money makers are tasks such as reading paid email, taking surveys. With due diligence you will find those legitimate gigs. With a positive outlook you will make some type of money, but fret not if it isn't instant. On a side note, I'd like to believe that many have made a decent living using these gigs .
How do you set up your miscellaneous help wanted or get paid gig? Let me walk you through the steps:
1. Know that any income you make is just that income. You should keep track of the money. In my opinion, if there is a payout option to receive cash, try and use Pay Pal. Pay Pal has a recognized system for record keeping.
2. Set up a way to keep your personal information safe, you will be required to give your personal information
3. Register a new email account for this exclusive use. It has been said that you can get a lot of spam from these places but more than that I am sure the companies surveys and product test requests are the bulk of your email.
4. Register a voice mail company (free if possible) if you choose the option to allow these companies to call you. This way you can monitor the call traffic to your phone line.
5. Identify the type of miscellaneous job you would like to take on. The choices are: surveys, paid emails, and product testing.
6. Register at the various sites, start to let your points, or money collect. Aim for a cashout price.
7. Cashout or keep letting your money pile up.
There you have it. The best places to start are those that others recommend. Make sure the rules are applicable to your country and try them out. If the site you register with works for you, keep using it!
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