I am a fan of survey websites and have been for a number of years now. Surveys are often frowned upon by people who earn money on the internet. Some people assume that surveys will pay you 50p for 30 minutes work. By being selective about the companies that you use it is possible to make a nice amount of money per month. You may never be able to work from home solely completing surveys, however, you could certainly enjoy a nice holiday or save towards a new car. You could take some of your survey earnings and use them for matched betting. This is a fantastic way to make an easy £500+ a month risk and tax free.
Today I am going to share with your 10 ways to save for Christmas. Christmas is a HUGE deal in my home, and with my family. I most look forward to my husband having some time off work (before, during or after Christmas). My lovely husband is a shift worker so sometimes he works 12 hour shifts over Christmas. To allow for this we often move Christmas to a slightly later date, so we can really enjoy the days together. With less than 20 weeks to go until Christmas now is a fantastic time to start thinking about it.
Today I am going to talk to you about my top survey websites. Survey websites are not my biggest source of income these days but they are a nice chunk when added up throughout the year.
I will give you a brief overview of the cashout for each of my top survey websites. I will also share with you some of my personal experience so I hope you find this useful.
WhatUsersDo is a fantastic company that pays you to test online or interactive content for their clients. Examples of items they pay to test include websites and mobile applications.
In the last year I have been a WhatUsersDo tester sporadically at times. I had a problem with Java, which prevented me from testing, but recently I have got back into it now. My best ever month saw me earn nearly £100 but I am already well on track to have a fantastic May!
Around six months I wrote a post here about being a WhatUsersDo tester. WhatUsersDo testers are paid to test online or interactive content. If you are an English speaker you are allowed to sign up as a WhatUsersDo tester. Testers are paid £5 tests performed on mobile, tablet and computer based devices.
You will require a broadband connection, a computer (PC, Netbook, Macbook or Laptop), with IE7 and above, Firefox 2 and above, Safari 3 and above or Google Chrome (The PC version).